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2016

Röthlin, Philipp; Horvath, Stephan; Birrer, Daniel; Güttinger, Leonie; grosse Holtforth, Martin (2016). Cognitive Interference in Sports – Validation of a German Version of the Thoughts Occurrence Questionnaire Sport (TOQS). Diagnostica, pp. 1-10. Hogrefe 10.1026/0012-1924/a000167

Röthlin, Philipp; Birrer, Daniel; Horvath, Stephan; grosse Holtforth, Martin (2016). Psychological skills training and a mindfulness-based intervention to enhance functional athletic performance: design of a randomized controlled trial using ambulatory assessment. BMC Psychology, 4(39), pp. 1-11. BioMed Central 10.1186/s40359-016-0147-y

Röthlin, Philipp; Horvath, Stephan; Birrer, Daniel; grosse Holtforth, Martin (2016). Mindfulness Promotes the Ability to Deliver Performance in Highly Demanding Situations. Mindfulness, 7(3), pp. 727-733. Springer 10.1007/s12671-016-0512-1

2012

Horvath, Stephan; Leary, Mark R.; Asher, Michael W. (January 2012). Waiting for revenge, power, excitement, and admiration: The influence of narcissism, gender, and relevance on delay discounting (Unpublished). In: 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). San Diego. 26.-28.01.2012.

2011

Morf, Carolyn C.; Horvath, Stefan; Torchetti, Loredana (2011). Narcissistic self-enhancement: Tales of (successful?) self-portrayal. In: Alicke, Mark D.; Sedikides, Constantine (eds.) Handbook of self-enhancement and self-protection (pp. 399-424). New York: Guilford

Horvath, Stephan; Morf, Carolyn C. (2011). Downplaying worthlessness and augmenting grandiosity: Both used by narcissists but with differential effectiveness. In: Sixth Self Biennial International Conference, Québec City, Canada.

2010

Horvath, Stephan; Morf, Carolyn C. (2010). To be grandiose or not to be worthless: Different routes to self-enhancement for narcissism and self-esteem. Journal of research in personality, 44(5), pp. 585-592. Amsterdam: Elsevier 10.1016/j.jrp.2010.07.002

Horvath, Stephan (2010). How narcissists regulate their self: The role of worthlessness, grandiosity and aggression. Invited talk presented at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

2009

Horvath, Stephan; Morf, Carolyn C. (2009). Narcissistic defensiveness: Hypervigilance and avoidance of worthlessness. Journal of experimental social psychology, 45(6), pp. 1252-1258. Amsterdam: Elsevier 10.1016/j.jesp.2009.07.011

Morf, Carolyn C.; Horvath, Stephan (2009). Self-Regulation Processes and Their Signatures: Dynamics of the Self-System. In: Hoyle, Rick H. (ed.) Handbook of personality and self-regulation (pp. 117-144). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons

2008

Horvath, Stephan; Morf, Carolyn C. (2008). Ironic effects as evidence for narcissistic suppression of worthlessness after ego threat. In: Poster presented at the 9th Annual SPSP Conference, February 2008, Albuquerque, NM, USA.

2007

Horvath, Stephan; Birrer, Daniel; Meyer, Stephan; Moesch, Karin; Seiler, Roland (2007). Physiotherapy following a sport injury: Stability of psychological variables during rehabilitation. Journal of sport & exercise psychology, 5(4), pp. 370-386. Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics Publishers

Morf, Carolyn C; Horvath, Stephan (2007). Connectionism as metaphor: Towards an integrated, unified conception of self-system and individual difference. Psychological inquiry, 18(2), pp. 108-113. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates 10.1080/10478400701416202

2006

Horvath, S.; Zimmermann, T.D.; Huber, Y.; Morf, C.C. (2006). Activation of narcissistic aggression through implicit worthlessness. In: Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), 27.1.2006, Palm Springs, CA.

Springer, A.; Horvath, S.; Zimmermann, T.D.; Morf, C.C. (2006). Does narcissism strengthen the inhibition of self-threatening information? In: Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Psychology (Deutsch Gesellschaft für Psychologie, DGP). Deutsche Geselllschaft für Psychologie

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