1. Hoerger, M., Greer, J. A., Jackson, V. A., Park, E. R., Pirl, W. F., El-Jawahri, A., Gallagher, E. R., Hagan, T., Jacobsen, J., Perry, L. M., & Temel, J. S. (in press). Defining the elements of early palliative care that are associated with patient-reported outcomes and the delivery of end-of-life care. Journal of Clinical Oncology.

  2. Saeed, F., Hoerger, M., Norton, S. A., Guancial, E., Epstein, R. M., Duberstein, P. R. (in press). Preferences for palliative care: Are men and women alike? Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

  3. Rochefort, C., Hoerger, M., Turiano, N. A., & Duberstein, P. R. (in press). Big Five personality and health in adults with and without cancer. Journal of Health Psychology.

  4. Perry, L. M., Hoerger, M., Silberstein, J., Sartor, O., & Duberstein, P. R. (in press). Understanding the distressed prostate cancer patient: Role of personality. Psycho-Oncology. |Abstract|

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

  6. 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. |Abstract|

  7. Hoerger, M. (in press). Randomization failure in palliative care RCTs. Palliative Medicine. |Abstract|

  8. 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. |Abstract|

  9. 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. |Abstract|

  10. Hoerger, M., Perry, L. M., Gramling, R., Epstein, R. M., & Duberstein, P. R. (2017). Does educating patients about the Early Palliative Care Study increase preferences for outpatient palliative cancer care? Findings from Project EMPOWER. Health Psychology, 36, 538-548. |Abstract|

  11. 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. (2017). 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, 3, 92-100. |Abstract|

  12. Gerhart, J. I., Schmidt, E., Lillis, T., O'Mahony, S., Duberstein, P. R., & Hoerger, M. (2017). Anger proneness and prognostic pessimism in men with prostate cancer. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 34, 497-504. |Abstract|

  13. 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.

  14. 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. |PDF| |Accompanying Editorial|

  15. 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|

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

  17. 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. |PDF|

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

  19. 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. |PDF|

  20. 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. |PDF|

  21. 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. |PDF|

  22. 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|

  23. 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|

  24. 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|

  25. 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|

  26. 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|

  27. 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|

  28. 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).

  29. 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|

  30. 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|

  31. 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|

  32. 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|

  33. 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|

  34. 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|

  35. 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|

  36. 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|

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

  38. 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|

  39. 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).

  40. 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).

  41. 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|

  42. 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|

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

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

  45. 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|

  46. 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|

  47. 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|

  48. 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|

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

  50. 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|

  51. 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|

  52. 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|

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

  54. 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|