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Job, Veronika; Sieber, Vanda; Rothermund, Klaus; Nikitin, Jana (2018). Age differences in implicit theories about willpower: shy older people endorse a nonlimited theory. Psychology and Aging, 33(6):940-952.

Koranyi, Nicolas; Hilpert, Peter; Job, Veronika; Bodenmann, Guy (2017). Automatic affective-motivational regulation processes underlying supportive dyadic coping: the role of increased implicit positive attitudes toward communal goals in response to a stressed relationship partner. Anxiety, Stress & Coping, 30(5):521-535.

Bernecker, Katharina; Herrmann, Marcel; Brandstätter, Veronika; Job, Veronika (2017). Implicit theories about willpower predict subjective well-being. Journal of Personality, 85(2):136-150.

Weiss, David; Job, Veronika; Mathias, Maya; Grah, Stephanie; Freund, Alexandra M (2016). The end is (not) near: Aging, essentialism, and future time perspective. Developmental Psychology, 52(6):996-1009.

Denzinger, Ferdinand; Backes, Sabine; Job, Veronika; Brandstätter, Veronika (2016). Age and gender differences in implicit motives. Journal of Research in Personality, 65:52-61.

Brandstätter, Veronika; Job, Veronika; Schulze, Beate (2016). Motivational Incongruence and Well-Being at the Workplace: Person-Job Fit, Job Burnout, and Physical Symptoms. Frontiers in Psychology:7:1153.

Bernecker, Katharina; Job, Veronika (2015). Beliefs about willpower moderate the effect of previous day demands on next day’s expectations and effective goal striving. Frontiers in Psychology:6:1496.

Bernecker, Katharina; Job, Veronika (2015). Beliefs About Willpower Are Related to Therapy Adherence and Psychological Adjustment in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 37:188-195.

Job, Veronika; Walton, Gregory M; Bernecker, Katharina; Dweck, Carol S (2015). Implicit theories about willpower predict self-regulation and grades in everyday life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108(4):637-47.

Job, Veronika; Bernecker, Katharina; Miketta, Stefanie; Friese, Malte (2015). Implicit theories about willpower predict the activation of a rest goal following self-control exertion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109(4):694-706.

Brandstätter, Veronika; Giesinger, Lukas; Job, Veronika; Frank, Elisabeth (2015). The role of deliberative versus implemental mindsets in time prediction and task accomplishment. Social Psychology, 46(2):104-115.

Job, Veronika; Walton, Gregory M; Bernecker, Katharina; Dweck, Carol S (2013). Beliefs about willpower determine the impact of glucose on self-control. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110(37):14837-14842.

Job, Veronika; Bernecker, Katharina; Dweck, Carol S (2012). Are implicit motives the need to feel certain affect? Motive-affect congruence predicts relationship satisfaction. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(12):1552-65.

Bernecker, Katharina; Job, Veronika (2011). Assessing implicit motives with an online version of the picture story exercise. Motivation and Emotion, 35(3):251-266.

Job, Veronika; Oertig, Daniela; Brandstätter, Veronika; Allemand, Mathias (2010). Discrepancies between implicit and explicit motivation and unhealthy eating behavior. Journal of Personality, 78(4):1209-1238.

Job, Veronika; Brandstätter, Veronika (2009). To get a taste of your goals: Creating motive-goal congruence by affect-focus goal-fantasy. Journal of Personality, 77(5):1527-1559.

Job, Veronika; Langens, T; Brandstätter, Veronika (2009). Effects of achievement goal striving on well-being: The moderating role of the explicit achievement motive. Personality and Social Psycology Bulletin, 35(8):983-996.

Schüler, Julia; Job, Veronika; Fröhlich, Stephanie M; Brandstätter, Veronika (2009). Dealing with a ‘hidden stressor’: emotional disclosure as a coping strategy to overcome the negative effects of motive incongruence on health. Stress and Health, 25(3):221-233.

Schüler, Julia; Job, Veronika; Fröhlich, S M; Brandstätter, Veronika (2008). A high implicit affiliation motive does not always make you happy: A corresponding explicit motive and corresponding behavior are further needed. Motivation and Emotion, 32(3):231-242.

Schüler, Julia; Job, Veronika; Fröhlich, S M; Brandstätter, Veronika (2008). Emotional disclosure buffers the negative effect of motive-incongruence on health. In: Dalbert, C. XXVII International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, July 20-25, 2008. Abstracts. Hove, UK: Psychology Press, 223.

Allemand, Mathias; Job, Veronika; Christen, S; Keller, M (2008). Forgivingness and action orientation. Personality and Individual Differences, 45(8):762-766.

Job, Veronika. Antecedents and consequences of motive-goal congruence. 2007, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.

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