Alf Børre Kanten
Alf Børre Kanten
associate professor in social psychology
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Better than average and better with time: Relative evaluations of self and others in the past, present, and future
AB Kanten, KH Teigen
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (2), 343-353, 2008
The effect of construal level on predictions of task duration
AB Kanten
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6), 1037-1047, 2011
Going to the other extreme: Counterfactual thinking leads to polarised judgements
KH Teigen, AB Kanten, JA Terum
Thinking & Reasoning 17 (1), 1-29, 2011
Imagining what could have happened: Types and vividness of counterfactual thoughts and the relationship with post-traumatic stress reactions
I Blix, AB Kanten, MS Birkeland, S Thoresen
Frontiers in psychology 9, 515, 2018
Thinking about what might have happened: Counterfactual thinking and post‐traumatic stress in individuals directly and indirectly exposed to the 2011 Oslo bombing
I Blix, AB Kanten, MS Birkeland, Ø Solberg, A Nissen, T Heir
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 983-991, 2016
Tverretatlig samarbeid om barn og unge med problematisk eller skadelig seksuell atferd
N Vorland, S Selvik, T Hjorthol, AB Kanten, I Blix
Rapport 3, 2018, 2018
A magnitude effect in judgments of subjective closeness
AB Kanten, KH Teigen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (12), 1712-1722, 2015
Are random events expected to be small?
KH Teigen, AB Kanten
Psychological Research 85 (1), 133-150, 2021
Out of the blue: on the suddenness of perceived chance events
KH Teigen, AB Kanten
Thinking & Reasoning 29 (1), 137-175, 2023
Looking at the World from a Distance: Construal Level in Time Predictions and Counterfactual Thinking
AB Kanten
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