David Newman, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Psychiatry
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    University of VirginiaB.A.12/2009Psychology
    College of William and MaryM.A.05/2014Psychology
    University of Southern CaliforniaPh.D.05/2019Social Psychology

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    1. Global reports of well-being overestimate aggregated daily states of well-being. Journal of Positive Psychology. 2020. Newman, D. B., Schwarz, N., & Stone, A. A.
    2. An international survey of perceptions of the 2014 FIFA World Cup: National levels of corruption as a context for perceptions of institutional corruption. PLoS One. 2019; 14(9):e0222492. Nezlek JB, Newman DB, Schütz A, Baumeister RF, Schug J, Joshanloo M, Lopes PN, Alt NP, Cypryanska M, Depietri M, Gorbaniuk O, Huguet P, Kafetsios K, Koydemir S, Kuppens P, Park S, Martin AS, Schaafsma J, Simunovic D, Yokota K. PMID: 31560694.
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    3. Private self-consciousness in daily life: Relationships between rumination and reflection and well-being, and meaning in daily life. Personality and Individual Differences. 2019; (136):184-189. Newman, D. B., & Nezlek, J. B.
    4. Nostalgia and well-being in daily life: An ecological validity perspective. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2020 Feb; 118(2):325-347. Newman DB, Sachs ME, Stone AA, Schwarz N. PMID: 30667254.
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    5. Relationships between vegetarian dietary habits and daily well-being. Ecol Food Nutr. 2018 Sep-Oct; 57(5):425-438. Nezlek JB, Forestell CA, Newman DB. PMID: 30346834.
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    6. Conservatives Report Greater Meaning in Life than Liberals. Soc Psychol Personal Sci. 2019 May; 10(4):494-503. Newman DB, Schwarz N, Graham J, Stone AA. PMID: 31565182.
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    7. A daily diary study of relationships between feelings of gratitude and well-being. Journal of Positive Psychology. 2017. Nezlek, J. B., Newman, D. B., & Thrash, T. M.
    8. The dynamics of searching for meaning and presence of meaning in daily life. J Pers. 2018 Jun; 86(3):368-379. Newman DB, Nezlek JB, Thrash TM. PMID: 28423186.
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    9. The negative consequences of maximizing in friendship selection. J Pers Soc Psychol. 2018 May; 114(5):804-824. Newman DB, Schug J, Yuki M, Yamada J, Nezlek JB. PMID: 28240940.
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    10. Leisure and subjective well-being: A model of psychological mechanisms as mediating factors. Journal of Happiness Studies. 2014; 3(15):555-578. Newman, D. B., Tay, L., & Diener, E.
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