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Judgments Over Time: The Interplay of Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors
Edited by
Lawrence J. Sanna, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Edward C. Chang, University of Michigan
Forward	George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University
Preface 		Lawrence J. Sanna, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
	 		Edward C. Chang, University of Michigan
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: Past as Prologue: An Introduction to Judgments Over Time
Lawrence J. Sanna
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Edward C. Chang
University of Michigan			
			
THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE
Chapter 2: Abandoning Optimism in Predictions About the Future
James A. Shepperd and Kate Sweeny 
University of Florida
Patrick J. Carroll
Ohio State University
Chapter 3: Defensive Pessimism: Positive Past, Anxious Present, and Pessimistic Future 
	Julie K. Norem
Wellesley College
Shannon Smith
University of Rochester
Chapter 4: Pursuing a Path to a More Perfect Future: On Causes, Correlates, and Consequences of Perfectionism
Edward C. Chang, Christina A. Downey, and Elizabeth Y. Lin
University of Michigan
Chapter 5: Predicting Feelings Versus Choices
Leaf Van Boven and Joanne Kane
University of Colorado, Boulder
Chapter 6: Considering Future Consequences: An Integrative Model
Jeff Joireman
Washington State University
Alan Strathman
University of Missouri - Columbia
Daniel Balliet
Washington State University
			
Chapter 7: Hope Over Time
C. R. Snyder, Kevin L. Rand, and Lorie A. Ritschel
University of Kansas
			
Chapter 8: Fantasy Realization and the Bridging of Time
Gabriele Oettingen 
New York University/University of Hamburg
Jennifer Thorpe
New York University
THINKING ABOUT THE PAST
Chapter 9: Extending the Goal Progress Model of Rumination: Goal Re-evaluation and Growth
Leonard L. Martin and Abraham Tesser
University of Georgia
Chapter 10: The Road Not Taken: Counterfactual Thinking Over Time
Lawrence J. Sanna
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University
Seth E. Carter and Eulena M. Small
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapter 11: Explaining the Past, Predicting the Future 
	Bertram F. Malle and Chuck Tate
	University of Oregon
Chapter 12: Looking Backwards with an Eye on the Future: Propositions Towards a Theory of Regret Regulation
Marcel Zeelenberg and Rik Pieters
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Chapter 13: Looking Back on What We Knew and When We Knew It: The Role of Time in the Development of Hindsight Bias
Fred B. Bryant and Adam DeHoek
Loyola University Chicago
Chapter 14: How Do You Feel About It Now and When Did It Happen? Judgments of Emotion and Judgments of Time in Autobiographical Memory
John J. Skowronski
Northern Illinois University
	W. Richard Walker
	Winston-Salem State University
	John E. Edlund
	Northern Illinois University
Chapter 15: Remembering and Misremembering Emotions
Linda J. Levine
University of California, Irvine
Martin A. Safer
	Catholic University of America
	Heather C. Lench
University of California, Irvine
			
CONCLUSION
Chapter 16: Future as Epilogue: Some Conclusions on Judgments Over Time
Lawrence J. Sanna
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Edward C. Chang
University of Michigan

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Time -- Psychological aspects.
Thought and thinking.
Emotions.
Human behavior.