Research associated with Affective forecasting

Publications:

Narratives that address affective forecasting errors reduce perceived barriers to colorectal cancer screening
Dillard A, Fagerlin A, DalCin S, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Ubel PA. Social Science and Medicine 2010;71:45-52.

The potential impact of decision role and patient age on end-of-life treatment decision making.
Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Lacey HP, Fagerlin A. Journal of Medical Ethics 2008;34(5):327-31.

It must be awful for them: Healthy people overlook disease variability in quality of life judgments.
Lacey HP, Fagerlin A, Loewenstein G, Smith DM, Riis J, Ubel PA. Judgment and Decision Making 2006;1(2):146-152.

Hope I die before I get old: Mispredicting happiness across the lifespan.
Lacey HP, Smith DM, Ubel PA. Journal of Happiness Studies 2006;7(2):167-182.

Misremembering colostomies? Former patients give lower utility ratings than do current patients.
Smith DM, Sherriff RL, Damschroder LJ, Loewenstein G, Ubel PA. Health Psychology 2006;25:688-695.

Emergency department physician estimates of patient literacy: How accurate are we?
Engel KG, Heisler M, Forman, JH, Robinson, CH, Smith DM, Ubel PA. Academic Emergency Medicine 2005;46(3):.

Misimagining the unimaginable: The disability paradox and healthcare decision making.
Ubel PA, Loewenstein G, Schwarz N, Smith DM. Health Psychology 2005;24(4 Suppl):S57-S62.

Thoughts on Koch's postulates.
Ubel PA. Virtual Mentor 2005;7:np.

Whose quality of life? A commentary exploring discrepancies between health state evaluations of patients and the general public.
Ubel PA, Loewenstein G, Jepson C. Quality of Life Research 2003;12:599-607.

Can we continue to afford organ transplants in an era of managed care?
. American Journal of Managed Care 1996;2:293-297.