SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

McIntyre, K.P., Mattingly, B.A., Lewandowski, G.W., & Simpson, A. (in press). Workplace self-expansion: Implications for job satisfaction, commitment, self-concept clarity and self-esteem among the employed and unemployed. Basic and Applied Social Psychology.

Mattingly, B.A., Lewandowski, G.W., & McIntyre, K.P. (in press). "You make me a better/worse person": A two-dimensional model of self-change. Personal Relationships.

Mattingly, B. A., McIntyre, K. P., & Lewandowski, G. W. (2012). Approach motivation and the expansion of self in close relationships. Personal Relationships, 19, 113-127. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-6811.2010.01343.x

Becker, C. B., McDaniel, L., Bull, S., Powell, M., & McIntyre, K. P. (2012). Can we reduce eating disorder risk factors in female college athletes? A randomized exploratory investigation of two peer-led interventions. Body Image, 9, 31-42.

McIntyre, K.P., & Eisenstadt, D. (2011). Social comparison as a self-regulatory measuring stick. Self & Identity, 10, 137-151.

McIntyre, K.P., Korn, J.H., & Matsuo, H. (2008). Sweating the small stuff: How different types of hassles result in the experience of stress. Stress & Health, 24, 383-392.

Eisenstadt, D., Hicks, J.L., McIntyre, K.P., Rivers, J.A., & Cahill, M. (2006). Two paths of defense: Specific versus compensatory reactions to self-threat. Self & Identity, 5, 35-50

Nagel, B., Matsuo, H., McIntyre, K.P., & Morrison, N. (2005). Attitudes toward victims of rape: Effects of gender, race, religion, and social class. Journal of  Interpersonal Violence, 20, 725-737

Matsuo, H., McIntyre, K.P., Tomazic, T., & Katz, B. (2005). The Online Survey: Its Contributions and Potential Problems. Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings  of the American Statistical Association.