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Future Lock-In: Future Implementation Increases Selection of ‘Should’ Choices

Research Paper by Todd Rogers and Max H. Bazerman. Published in "Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes" in 2018.

Tomorrow I’ll Be Me: The Effect of Time Perspective on the Activation of Idealistic Versus Pragmatic Selves

Research Paper by Yifat Kivetz and Tom R. Tyler. Published in "Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes" in 2018.

Construing Action Abstractly and Perceiving Consonance Among Goal Pursuits: Implications for Activity Substitutability and the Accessibility of Activity-Goal Links

Research Paper by Antonio Freitas and Sheri Clark. Published in "Motivation And Emotion" in 2013.

Temporal Distance and Discrimination: An Audit Study in Academia

Research Paper by Dolly Chugh, Modupe Akinola, and Katherine Milkman. Published in "Psychological Science" in 2012.

The Effects of Time Perspective and Level of Construal on Social Distance

Research Paper by Elena Stephan, Nira Liberman, and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2011.

Increasing Level of Aspiration by Matching Construal Level and Temporal Distance

Research Paper by Florian Fessel. Published in "Social Psychological and Personality Science" in 2011.

Politeness and Psychological Distance: A Construal Level Perspective

Research Paper by Elena Stephan, Nira Liberman, and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology" in 2010.

Spontaneous Trait Inference and Construal Level Theory: Psychological Distance Increases Nonconscious Trait Thinking

Research Paper by SoYon Rim, James Uleman, and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2009.

Moral Concerns Are Greater for Temporally Distant Events and Are Moderated by Value Strength

Research Paper by Fredrik Bjorklund and Jens Agerstrom. Published in "Social Cognition" in 2009.

Judging near and Distant Virtue and Vice

Research Paper by Tal Eyal, Nira Liberman, and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2008.