Ulrich Schimmack
Ulrich Schimmack
Profesor of Psychology, University of Toronto Mississauga
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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Well-being for public policy
E Diener, R Lucas, JF Helliwell, U Schimmack
Oxford Positive Psychology, 2009
Culture, personality, and subjective well-being: integrating process models of life satisfaction.
U Schimmack, P Radhakrishnan, S Oishi, V Dzokoto, S Ahadi
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (4), 582, 2002
Life-satisfaction is a momentary judgment and a stable personality characteristic: The use of chronically accessible and stable sources
U Schimmack, E Diener, S Oishi
Assessing well-being, 181-212, 2009
Personality and life satisfaction: A facet-level analysis
U Schimmack, S Oishi, RM Furr, DC Funder
Personality and social psychology bulletin 30 (8), 1062-1075, 2004
The structure of subjective well-being
U Schimmack
The science of subjective well-being 54, 97-123, 2008
Individualism: A valid and important dimension of cultural differences between nations
U Schimmack, S Oishi, E Diener
Personality and Social Psychology Review 9 (1), 17-31, 2005
The measurement of values and individualism-collectivism
S Oishi, U Schimmack, E Diener, EM Suh
Personality and social psychology bulletin 24 (11), 1177-1189, 1998
The ironic effect of significant results on the credibility of multiple-study articles.
U Schimmack
Psychological methods 17 (4), 551, 2012
Attentional interference effects of emotional pictures: threat, negativity, or arousal?
U Schimmack, DE Derryberry
Emotion 5 (1), 55, 2005
Cultural influences on the relation between pleasant emotions and unpleasant emotions: Asian dialectic philosophies or individualism-collectivism?
U Schimmack, S Oishi, E Diener
Cognition & Emotion 16 (6), 705-719, 2002
The influence of chronically and temporarily accessible information on life satisfaction judgments.
U Schimmack, S Oishi
Journal of personality and social psychology 89 (3), 395, 2005
Feelings and perceptions of happiness and sadness induced by music: similarities, differences, and mixed emotions.
PG Hunter, EG Schellenberg, U Schimmack
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 4 (1), 47, 2010
Pleasure, displeasure, and mixed feelings: Are semantic opposites mutually exclusive?
U Schimmack
Cognition & Emotion 15 (1), 81-97, 2001
Affect intensity: Separating intensity and frequency in repeatedly measured affect.
U Schimmack, E Diener
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 73 (6), 1313, 1997
Predictive validity of explicit and implicit self-esteem for subjective well-being
U Schimmack, E Diener
Journal of Research in personality 37 (2), 100-106, 2003
Dimensional models of core affect: A quantitative comparison by means of structural equation modeling
U Schimmack, A Grob
European Journal of Personality 14 (4), 325-345, 2000
The influence of environment and personality on the affective and cognitive component of subjective well-being
U Schimmack, J Schupp, GG Wagner
Social indicators research 89 (1), 41-60, 2008
Mixed affective responses to music with conflicting cues
PG Hunter, EG Schellenberg, U Schimmack
Cognition & Emotion 22 (2), 327-352, 2008
The role of attention and relatedness in emotionally enhanced memory.
D Talmi, U Schimmack, T Paterson, M Moscovitch
Emotion 7 (1), 89, 2007
The nature and structure of correlations among Big Five ratings: The halo-alpha-beta model.
I Anusic, U Schimmack, RT Pinkus, P Lockwood
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97 (6), 1142, 2009
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