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Abbreviation : MS
Long Form : mortality salience
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Effects of Mortality Salience on Physiological Arousal. ---
2019 Reducing defensive responses to thoughts of death: Meditation, mindfulness, and Buddhism. ---
2019 The effect of mortality salience on the attitudes toward state control: The case of Russia. CMSC, TMT
2019 The relation between mortality salience, traffic locus of control, and risky driving behavior. T-LOC
2018 Does the mortality salience effect on worldview defence depend on the cultural orientation of Chinese people? ---
2018 Reminders of Mortality Alter Pain-Evoked Potentials in a Chinese Sample. ERPs, NA
2018 Terror Management in a Multicultural Society: Effects of Mortality Salience on Attitudes to Multiculturalism Are Moderated by National Identification and Self-Esteem Among Native Dutch People. TMT
2018 The Role of Close Relationships in Terror Management: A Systematic Review and Research Agenda. ---
2017 Burnout Disrupts Anxiety Buffer Functioning Among Nurses: A Three-Way Interaction Model. ABDT, TMT
10  2017 Death anxiety and its relationship with obsessive-compulsive disorder. OCD
11  2017 Mortality salience reduces the discrimination between in-group and out-group interactions: A functional MRI investigation using multi-voxel pattern analysis. ---
12  2017 Re-examining the relationship between mortality salience and prosocial behavior in Chinese context. ---
13  2017 Tolerating dissimilar other when primed with death: neural evidence of self-control engaged by interdependent people in Japan. SC
14  2016 Inhibition Underlies the Effect of High Need for Closure on Cultural Closed-Mindedness under Mortality Salience. BIS, NFC, TMT
15  2016 Mortality salience, political orientation and minimization of terrorists' secondary emotions. MSE
16  2016 Terror mismanagement: evidence that mortality salience exacerbates attentional bias in social anxiety. ---
17  2015 Increasing skepticism toward potential liars: effects of existential threat on veracity judgments and the moderating role of honesty norm activation. ---
18  2015 Mortality salience enhances racial in-group bias in empathic neural responses to others' suffering. ERPs, NA
19  2014 Mortality salience biases attention to positive versus negative images among individuals higher in trait self-control. ---
20  2014 Profound Versus Superficial Coping With Mortality Threats: Action Orientation Moderates Implicit but Not Explicit Outgroup Prejudice. AOT
21  2014 The effects of trait self-esteem and death cognitions on worldview defense and search for meaning. ---
22  2014 Thoughts of death modulate psychophysical and cortical responses to threatening stimuli. ---
23  2014 Toward a greater understanding of the emotional dynamics of the mortality salience manipulation: revisiting the "affect-free" claim of terror management research. ---
24  2013 Destined to die but not to wage war: how existential threat can contribute to escalation or de-escalation of violent intergroup conflict. TMT
25  2013 It is our destiny to die: the effects of mortality salience and culture-priming on fatalism and karma belief. ---
26  2013 Leaving a legacy neutralizes negative effects of death anxiety on creativity. ---
27  2013 Researcher effects on mortality salience research: a meta-analytic moderator analysis. TMT
28  2012 Enjoying life in the face of death: East-West differences in responses to mortality salience. ---
29  2012 How sweet it is to be loved by you: the role of perceived regard in the terror management of close relationships. ---
30  2012 The effects of mortality salience and conceptual focus in CISM providers: implications for mental health response to mass fatality disasters. CEST, CISM, TMT
31  2012 The moderating role of executive functioning in older adults' responses to a reminder of mortality. ---
32  2010 Being present in the face of existential threat: The role of trait mindfulness in reducing defensive responses to mortality salience. ---
33  2010 Of trophies and pillars: exploring the terror management functions of short-term and long-term relationship partners. ---
34  2010 The effect of mortality salience on women's judgments of male faces. ---
35  2010 Two decades of terror management theory: a meta-analysis of mortality salience research. DVs, TMT
36  2009 Vulnerability and vigilance: threat awareness and perceived adversary intent moderate the impact of mortality salience on intergroup violence. ---
37  2008 Focus theory of normative conduct and terror-management theory: the interactive impact of mortality salience and norm salience on social judgment. ---
38  2008 Terror management and adults' attachment to their parents: the safe haven remains. ---
39  2008 The role of control motivation in mortality salience effects on ingroup support and defense. CS
40  2008 The self-protective altruist: terror management and the ambivalent nature of prosocial behavior. ---
41  2007 Age-related differences in responses to thoughts of one's own death: mortality salience and judgments of moral transgressions. ---
42  2007 Humans rule! The effects of creatureliness reminders, mortality salience and self-esteem on attitudes towards animals. ---
43  2007 Mother's milk: an existential perspective on negative reactions to breast-feeding. ---
44  2007 Terror mismanagement: evidence that mortality salience exacerbates phobic and compulsive behaviors. CHW, TMT
45  2006 Play it safe or go for the gold? A terror management perspective on self-enhancement and self-protective motives in risky decision making. TMT
46  2006 The siren's call: terror management and the threat of men's sexual attraction to women. ---
47  2005 Gender conflict and worldview defence. ---
48  2005 Mother Teresa versus Ebenezer Scrooge: mortality salience leads proselfs to endorse self-transcendent values (unless proselfs are reassured). ---
49  2005 Reexploring the connection between terror management theory and dissonance theory. ---
50  2004 A function of form: terror management and structuring the social world. PNS
51  2003 Gender-typical responses to sexual and emotional infidelity as a function of mortality salience induced self-esteem striving. ---
52  1998 Terror management and aggression: evidence that mortality salience motivates aggression against worldview-threatening others. ---
53  1998 Terror management and meaning: evidence that the opportunity to defend the worldview in response to mortality salience increases the meaningfulness of life in the mildly depressed. ---
54  1997 Suppression, accessibility of death-related thoughts, and cultural worldview defense: exploring the psychodynamics of terror management. ---
55  1997 Terror management theory and self-esteem: evidence that increased self-esteem reduces mortality salience effects. ---