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  1. Hoerger, M., & Cullen, B. D. (in press). Early integrated palliative care and reduced emotional distress in cancer caregivers: Reaching the “hidden patients.” The Oncologist.

  2. Fox, R. S., Lillis, T. A., Gerhart, J., Hoerger, M., & Duberstein, P. (in press). Multiple group confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) of the DASS-21 Depression and Anxiety scales: How do they perform in a cancer sample? Psychological Reports.

  3. Hoerger, M. (in press). Randomization failure in palliative care RCTs. Palliative Medicine.

  4. Duberstein, P. R., Chen, M., Chapman, B. P., Hoerger, M., Saeed, F., Guancial, E., & Mack, J. W. (in press). Fatalism and educational disparities in beliefs about the curability of advanced cancer. Patient Education and Counseling.

  5. O’Mahony, S., Ziadni, M., Hoerger, M., Levine, S., Baron, A., Gerhart, J. (in press). Compassion fatigue among palliative care clinicians: Findings on personality factors and years of service. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.

  6. Hoerger, M., Perry, L. M., Gramling, R., Epstein, R. M., & Duberstein, P. R. (in press). Does educating patients about the Early Palliative Care Study increase preferences for outpatient palliative cancer care? Findings from Project EMPOWER. Health Psychology.

  7. Epstein, R. M., Duberstein, P. R., Fenton, J. J., Fiscella, K., Hoerger, M., Tancredi, D. J., Xing, G., Gramling, R., Mohile, S., Franks, P., Kaesberg, P., Plumb, S., Cipri, C. S., Street, R. L., Shields, C. G., Back, A. L., Butow, P., Walczak, A., Tattersall, M., Venuti, A., Sullivan, P., Robinson, M., Hoh, B., Lewis, L., Kravitz, R. L. (in press). Effect of a patient-centered communication intervention on oncologist-patient communication, quality of life and healthcare utilization in advanced cancer: The VOICE randomized clinical trial. JAMA Oncology. |Abstract|

  8. Gerhart, J. I., Schmidt, E., Lillis, T., O’Mahony, S., Duberstein, P. R., & Hoerger, M. (in press). Anger proneness and prognostic pessimism in men with prostate cancer. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. |Abstract|

  9. Martin, S. M., Gerhart, J. I., Rochefort, C., Perry, L., & Hoerger, M. (in press). Affective forecasting in health psychology. In S. Richards & L. Cohen (Eds.), The Wiley Encyclopedia of Health Psychology, Volume III: Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine (pp. xx-xx). Oxford, UK: Wiley.

  10. Gramling, R., Fiscella, K., Xing, G., Hoerger, M., Duberstein, P., Plumb, S., Mohile, S., Fenton, J., Tancredi, D., Kravitz, R., & Epstein, R. (2016). Differences of opinion or inadequate communication? Determinants of patient-oncologist prognostic discordance in advanced cancer. JAMA Oncology. |Abstract| |Accompanying Editorial|

  11. Hoerger, M., Chapman, B. P., Mohile, S. G., & Duberstein, P. R. (2016). Development and psychometric evaluation of the Decisional Engagement Scale (DES-10): A patient-reported psychosocial survey for quality cancer care. Psychological Assessment, 28, 1087-1100. |PDF|

  12. Hoerger, M., Chapman, B. P., & Duberstein, P. R. (2016). Realistic affective forecasting: The role of personality. Cognition & Emotion, 30, 1304-1316. |Abstract|

  13. Barkan, T., Hoerger, M., Gallegos, A. M., Turiano, N. A., Duberstein, P. R., & Moynihan, J. A. (2016). Personality predicts utilization of mindfulness-based stress reduction during and post-intervention in a community sample of older adults. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 22, 390-395. |Abstract|

  14. Hoerger, M., Scherer, L. D., & Fagerlin, A. (2016). Affective forecasting and medication decision making in breast cancer prevention. Health Psychology, 35, 594-603. |Abstract|

  15. Hoerger, M. (2016). Right-to-Try laws and individual patient “Compassionate Use” of experimental oncology medications: A call for improved provider-patient communication. Death Studies, 40, 113-120. |Abstract|

  16. Gerhart, J. I., Asvat, Y., Lattie, E., O'Mahony, S., Duberstein, P. R., & Hoerger, M. (2016). Distress, delay of gratification and preference for palliative care in patients diagnosed with prostate cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 25, 91-96. |Abstract|

  17. Lattie, E. G., Asvat, Y., Shivpuri, S., Gerhart, J., O'Mahony, S., Duberstein, P., & Hoerger, M. (2016). Associations between personality and end of life care preferences among men with prostate cancer: A clustering approach. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 51, 52-59. |Abstract|

  18. Hoerger, M., Coletta, M., Sörensen, S. Chapman, B., Kaukeinen, K., Tu, X. M., & Duberstein, P. R. (2016). Personality and perceived health in spousal caregivers of patients with lung cancer: The roles of neuroticism and extraversion. Journal of Aging Research. |PDF|

  19. Hoerger, M. (2015). Educating the psychology workforce in the age of the Affordable Care Act: A graduate course modeled after the priorities of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9, 309-314. |PDF|

  20. Hoerger, M., Chapman, B. P., Prigerson, H. G., Fagerlin, A., Mohile, S. G., Epstein, R. M., Lyness, J. M., & Duberstein, P. R. (2014). Personality change pre- to post- loss in spousal caregivers of patients with terminal lung cancer. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 722-729. |PDF|

  21. Gerhart, J. I., Baker, C. N., Hoerger, M., & Ronan, G. (2014). Experiential avoidance and interpersonal problems: A moderated mediation model. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 3, 291-298. |PDF|

  22. Gerhart, J. I., Allen, C. O., & Hoerger, M. (2014). Cultural aspects of smoking and smoking cessation. In L. H. Cousins (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity. (Vol. 12, pp. 1200-1202). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. |Buy|

  23. Ketterer, H. L., & Hoerger, M. (2014). Lying in daily life: Form, function, personality, and emotions. In T. R. Levine & J. G. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Lying and Deception (pp. 239-242). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. |Buy|

  24. Hoerger, M. (2014). Workplace decision making in contemporary academia: What is the nature of student employment? Brief for the NLRB as Amicus Curiae. Northwestern University vs. College Athletes Players Association (13-RC-121359).

  25. Hoerger, M. (2013). The Affordable Care Act and healthcare decision science: Implications for psychology research training in personality, multiculturalism, and methodology. NYS Psychologist, 25, 28-30. |PDF|

  26. Hoerger, M., Epstein, R. M., Winters, P. C., Fiscella, K., Duberstein, P. R., Gramling, R., Butow, P. N., Mohile, S. G., Kaesberg, P. R., Tang, W., Plumb, S., Walczak, A., Back, A. L., Tancredi, D., Venuti, A., Cipri, C., Escalera, G., Ferro, C., Gaudion, D., Hoh, B., Leatherwood, B., Lewis, L., Robinson, M., Sullivan, P., & Kravitz, R. L. (2013). Values and Options in Cancer Care (VOICE): Study design and rationale for a patient-centered communication and decision-making intervention for physicians, patients with advanced cancer, and their caregivers. BMC Cancer, 13. |PDF|

  27. Gallegos, A. M., Hoerger, M., Talbot, N. L., Duberstein, P. R., & Moynihan, J. A. (2013). Emotional benefits of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in older adults: The moderating roles of age and depression symptom severity. Aging and Mental Health, 17, 823-829. |PDF|

  28. Gallegos, A. M., Hoerger, M., Talbot, N. L., Krasner, M. S., Knight, J. M., Moynihan, J. A., & Duberstein, P. R. (2013). Towards identifying the effects of the specific components of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction on biological and emotional outcomes among older adults. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 19, 787-792. |PDF|

  29. Gerhart, J. I., Heath, N. M., Fitzgerald, C., & Hoerger, M. (2013). Direct and indirect associations between experiential avoidance and reduced delay of gratification. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 2, 9-14. |PDF|

  30. Giovanelli, A., Hoerger, M., Johnson, S. L., & Gruber, J. (2013). Impulsive responses to positive mood and reward are related to mania risk. Cognition & Emotion, 27, 1091-1104. |PDF|

  31. Hoerger, M., Chapman, B. P., Epstein, R. M., & Duberstein, P. R. (2012). Emotional intelligence: A theoretical framework for individual differences in affective forecasting. Emotion, 12, 716-725. |PDF|

  32. Hoerger, M., Quirk, S. W., Chapman, B. P., & Duberstein, P. R. (2012). Affective forecasting and self-rated symptoms of depression, anxiety, and hypomania: Evidence for a dysphoric forecasting bias. Cognition & Emotion, 26, 1098-1106. |PDF|

  33. Hoerger, M. (2012). Coping strategies and immune neglect in affective forecasting: Direct evidence and key moderators. Judgment and Decision Making, 7, 86-96. |PDF|

  34. Baker, C. N., & Hoerger, M. (2012). Parental child-rearing strategies influence self-regulation, socio-emotional adjustment, and psychopathology in early adulthood: Evidence from a retrospective cohort study. Personality and Individual Differences, 52, 800-805. |PDF|

  35. Hoerger, M. (2012). Recent developments in models of decision making. Brief for the NLRB as Amicus Curiae. Point Park University vs. Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh (6-RC-12276).

  36. Hoerger, M. (2012). Protecting the rights of early-career academic employees. Brief for the NLRB as Amicus Curiae. New York University vs. GSOC (02-RC-023481) and Polytechnic Institute of New York University vs. UAW (29-RC-012054).

  37. Hoerger, M., & Currell, C. (2012). Ethical issues in internet research. In S. Knapp, M. Gottlieb, M. Handelsman, & L. VandeCreek (Eds.), APA handbook of ethics in psychology (Vol. 2): Practice, teaching, and research (pp. 385-400). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.|PDF|

  38. Hoerger, M., Chapman, B., Ma, Y., Tu, X., Useda, J. D., Hirsch, J., Duberstein, P. (2011). Agreement between informant and self-reported personality in depressed older adults: What are the roles of medical illness and cognitive function? Psychology and Aging, 26: 1000-1006. |PDF|

  39. Hoerger, M., Quirk, S. W., & Weed, N. C. (2011). Development and validation of the Delaying Gratification Inventory. Psychological Assessment, 23, 725-738. |PDF|

  40. Hoerger, M., Quirk, S. W. (2010). Affective forecasting and the Big Five. Personality and Individual Differences, 49, 972-976. |PDF|

  41. Hoerger, M. (2010). Participant dropout as a function of survey length in Internet-mediated university studies: Implications for study design and voluntary participation in psychological research. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 13, 697-700.|PDF|

  42. Hoerger, M., Quirk, S. W., Lucas, R. E., & Carr, T. H. (2010). Cognitive determinants of affective forecasting errors. Judgment and Decision Making, 5, 365-373. |PDF|

  43. Hoerger, M., Quirk, S. W., Lucas, R. E., & Carr, T. H. (2009). Immune neglect in affective forecasting. Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 91-94. |PDF|

  44. Monnot, M., Quirk, S. W., Hoerger, M., & Brewer, L. (2009). Racial bias in personality assessment: Using the MMPI-2 to predict psychiatric diagnoses of African American and Caucasian chemical dependency inpatients. Psychological Assessment, 21, 137-151. |PDF|

  45. Janosky, J. E., Leininger, S. L., Hoerger, M., & Libkuman, T. M. (2009). Single subject designs in biomedicine. New York: Springer. [chapters below] |Buy|

  46. Hoerger, M. (2009). Methodological framework for single-subject designs. In J. E. Janosky, S. L. Leininger, M. Hoerger, & T. M. Libkuman (Eds.), Single subject designs in biomedicine (pp. 25-43). New York: Springer. |PDF|

  47. Hoerger, M. (2009). Ethics and single subject research. In J. E. Janosky, S. L. Leininger, M. Hoerger, & T. M. Libkuman (Eds.), Single subject designs in biomedicine (pp. 69-80). New York: Springer. |PDF|

  48. Beilock, S. L., Bertenthal, B. I., Hoerger, M., & Carr, T. H. (2008). When does haste make waste? Speed-accuracy tradeoff, skill level, and the tools of the trade. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 14, 340-352. |PDF|

  49. Hoerger, M. (2007). The primacy of neuroleptic-induced D2 receptor hypersensitivity in tardive dyskinesia. Psychiatry Online, 13, 18-26. |HTML|

  50. Quirk, S. W., Subramanian, L., & Hoerger, M. (2007). Effects of situational demand upon social enjoyment and preference in schizotypy. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116, 624-631. |PDF|