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Bargdill, R. W. (2016). Some qualitative differences between Habitual Boredom and DepressionJournal of Humanistic Psychology. Vol. 59, No. 2, p. 294-312. Ask the author for access

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Bieleke, M., & Wolff, W. (2021). It’s not a bug, it’s boredom: Effortful willpower balances exploitation and exploration. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 44, E33. Ask the author for access.

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Caldwell, L.L., Smith, E.A., & Weissinger, E.   (1992). Development of a leisure experience battery for adolescents:  Parsimony, stability, and validityJournal of Leisure Research, 24, 361-376.

Cantarero, K., van Tilburg, W. A., & Smoktunowicz, E. (2021). Other-(vs. self-) oriented meaning interventions enhance momentary work engagement through changes in work meaningfulnessJournal of Counseling Psychology. Ask the author for access.

Cantarero, K., van Tilburg, W. A., Gąsiorowska, A., & Wojciszke, B. (2021). The need for sense-making as a personal resource: conceptualization and scale development. Current Psychology, 1-12. Ask the author for access.

Cantarero, K., van Tilburg, W. A., Kuźma, B., Gąsiorowska, A., & Wojciszke, B. (2019). Some people probably need to make more sense: An exploratory study on individual differences and the need for sense-makingPolish Psychological Bulletin, 114-118.

Chan, C. S., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., Igou, E. R., Poon, C. Y. S., Tam, K. Y. Y., Wong, W., & Cheung, S. (2018). Situational meaninglessness and state boredom: Cross-sectional and experience-sampling findings. Motivation and Emotion, 42, 555-565. Ask the author for access.

Coughlan, G., Igou, E. R., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., Kinsella, E. L., & Ritchie, T. D. (2017). On boredom and perception of heroes: A meaning-regulation approach to heroism. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 59, 455-473. Ask the author for access.

Flakus, M. (2016). Kliniczne aspekty podatności na nudę [Clinical aspects of boredom]. Psychiatria po Dyplomie, 13(5), 19-25. Ask the author for access.

Flakus, M. & Palt, Ł. (2017). Psychologicznie o nudzie – teorie i modele nudy [Psychologically about boredom – theories and models of boredom]. Stan Rzeczy, 11, 119-138. 

Flakus, M. (2018). Wstępna charakterystyka psychometryczna polskiej adaptacji Skali Podatności na Nudę (BPS) [INITIAL PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF POLISH ADAPTATION OF BOREDOM PRONENESS SCALE (BPS)]. Polskie Forum Psychologiczne, 23(4), 783–802.

Howard, R. C. (2011). The quest for excitement: a missing link between personality disorder and violence?. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 22(5), 692-705.

Igou, E. R. & Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (in press). The existential sting of boredom: Implications for moral judgments and behavior. In A. Elpidorou (Ed.), The moral psychology of boredom. Rowman and Littlefield International Limited. Ask the author for access.

Igou, E. R., & Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (2019). A remedy for boredom: Natural environments as a psychological resource. In A. A. Donnelly & T. E. MacIntyre (Eds.), Physical Activity in Natural Settings (pp. 152-161). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315180144. Ask the author for access.

Kass, S. J., Vodanovich, S. J. & Khosravi, J. Y. (2011). Applying the job characteristics model to the college education experienceJournal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning11(4), 56-68. 

Kass, S. J., Wallace, J. C., & Vodanovich, S. J. (2003).  Boredom proneness and sleep disorders as predictors of adult attention deficit.  Journal of Attention Disorders,  7(2), 83-91. Ask the author for access.

Kass, S. J., Vodanovich, S. J., & Callander, A. (2001). State-trait boredom: The relationship to absenteeism, tenure and facets of job satisfaction. Journal of Business and Psychology, 16, 317-327.

Kass, S. J., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1990). Boredom proneness: Its relationship to Type A behavior and sensation seeking. Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, 27, 7‑16. Ask the author for access.

Kiliç, A., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2020). Risk-taking increases under boredom. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 33, 257-269. https://doi.org/10.1002/bdm.2160. Ask the author for access.

Layland, E. K., Ram, N., Caldwell, L. L., Smith, E. A., & Wegner, L. (printed on-line August 2021). I’m bored, let’s have sex: Leisure boredom, timing of sexual debut, and co-occurring behavior. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
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Lin, H., Saunders, B., Friese, M., Evans, N. J., & Inzlicht, M. (2020). Strong effort manipulations reduce response caution: A preregistered reinvention of the ego-depletion paradigm. Psychological science, 31(5), 531-547.

Martarelli, C. S., Pacozzi, S. G., Bieleke, M., & Wolff, W. (2021). High trait self-control and low boredom proneness help COVID-19 homeschoolers. Frontiers in Psychology, 12:594256.

Martarelli, C. S., Bertrams, A., & Wolff, W. (2020). A personality trait-based network of boredom, spontaneous and deliberate mind-wandering. Assessment. Ask the author for access.

Martarelli, C. S., Wolff, W. (2020). Too bored to bother? Boredom as a potential threat to the efficacy of pandemic containment measures. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, 7(28).

McLeod, C. R., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1991). The relationship between self‑actualization and boredom proneness. In A. Jones & R. Crandall (Eds.) Handbook of self‑actualization. [Special issue]. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 6, 137‑146.

Mikulas, W. L., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1993). The essence of boredom. Psychological Record, 43, 3‑12.

Miller, J.A., Weybright, E.H., Caldwell, L.L., Smith, E.A., Vergnani, T., & Wegner, L. (2014). Was Bob Seger right? Relation between free time boredom and [Risky] sex. Leisure Sciences, 36, 52-67.

Milyavskaya, M., Inzlicht, M., Johnson, T., & Larson, M. J. (2019). Reward sensitivity following boredom and cognitive effort: A high-powered neurophysiological investigation. Neuropsychologia, 123, 159-168.

Motamedi, M., Caldwell, L. L., Weybright, E. H., Jones, D., Wegner, L., & Smith, E. (2020). Doing a leisure activity because there is nothing else to do: Related outcomes and intervention effects for adolescents. Journal of Leisure Research, 51(1), 1-15. Ask the author for access.

Motamedi, M., Caldwell, L., Wegner, L., Smith, E., & Jones, D. (published on-line 30 April 2016). Girls just want to know where to have fun: Preventing substance use initiation in an under resourced community in South Africa through HealthWise, Prevention Science, 17(6), 700-709.

Moynihan, A. B., Igou, E. R., & Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (2021). Bored stiff: The relationship between meaninglessness, sexual sensation seeking, and promiscuous attitudes via boredom susceptibility. Personality and Individual Differences. 

Moynihan, A. B., Igou, E. R., & Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (2020). Existential escape of the bored: A review of meaning-regulation processes under boredom. European Review of Social Psychology. Ask the author for access.

Moynihan, A. B., Igou, E. R., & Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (2017). Boredom increases impulsiveness: A meaning-regulation perspective. Social Psychology, 48, 293-309. 

Moynihan, A. B., Igou, E. R., Van Tilburg, W. A. P. (2017). Free, connected, and meaningful: Free will promote meaning to life through belongingness. Personality and Individual Differences, 107, 54–65. 

Moynihan, A. B., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., Igou, E. R., Wisman, A., Donnelly, A. E., & Mulcaire, J. B. (2015). Eaten up by boredom: Consuming food to escape awareness of the bored self. Frontiers in Psychology 6 (369), 1-10.

Oh, S., Caldwell, L. L., & Oh, S. (2001).  The relationship between leisure constraints and leisure boredom in creative activities and hobbies of a sample of Korean adults. World Leisure Journal, 2(43), 30-38. Ask the author for access.

Polly, L., Vodanovich, S. J., Watt, J. D., & Blanchard, M. (1993). The effects of attributional processes in boredom pronenessJournal of Social Behavior and Personality, 8, 123‑132.

Ros Velasco, J. (2018). The Pathology of Boredom from Contemporary Psychology and PsychiatryPatologías de la existencia. Enfoques filosófico-antropológicos. Zaragoza: Prensas Universitarias de la Universidad de Zaragoza (87-99).

Ros Velasco, J. (2018). Boredom: humanising or dehumanising treatmentThe Neurobiology-Psychotherapy-Pharmacology Intervention Triangle: the need for common sense in 21st century mental health. Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press, Cognitive Science and Psychology Series (251-266). Ask the author for access.

Ros Velasco, J. (2019). Coming to terms: A shared understanding of boredom from psychology and philosophyBoredom is in your mind. A Shared Psychological-Philosophical Approach. Cham: Springer (vii-xix). Ask the author for access.

Ros Velasco, J. and Antón, M. C. (2019). Boredom and PsychoanalysisBoredom is in your mind. A Shared Psychological-Philosophical Approach. Cham: Springer (71-87). Ask the author for access.

Ros Velasco, J. (2019). The Helix Center Roundtable on Boredom (New York, April 2018)Boredom is in your mind. A Shared Psychological-Philosophical Approach. Cham: Springer (149-167). Ask the author for access.

Ros Velasco, J. (2019). Boredom is in your mind. A Shared Psychological-Philosophical Approach. Cham: Springer (149-167). Ask the author for access.

Ros Velasco, J. (2020). From Boredom to Depression (From Philosophy to Psychology)The Faces of Depression in Literature. Berna: Peter Lang (ix-xxii). Ask the author for access.
 
Rupp, D., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1997). The role of boredom proneness in self‑reported anger and aggression. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 12, 925‑936.

Seib, H. M., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1998). Cognitive correlates of boredom proneness: The role of private self‑consciousness and absorption. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 132, 642‑652.

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Sommers, J., & Vodanovich, S. J. (2000). Boredom proneness: Its relationship to psychological and physical health symptomsJournal of Clinical Psychology, 56, 149-155. 

Tam, K. Y. Y., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Chan, C. S. (in press). What is boredom proneness? A comparison of three characterizationsJournal of Personality. Ask the author for access

Tam, K. Y. Y., Van Tilburg, W. A. P., Chan, C. S., Igou, E. R., & Lau, H. (2021). Attention drifting in and out: The boredom feedback model. Personality and Social Psychology Review. Ask the author for access.

Tam, K. Y. Y., Poon, C. Y. S., Hui, V. K. Y., Wong, C. Y. F., Kwong, V. W. Y., Yuen G. W. C., & Chan, C. S. (2020). Boredom bedgets boredom: An experience sampling study on the impact of teacher boredom on student boredom and motivation. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 90, 124-137.

Van Hooft, E.A.J., & Van Hooff, M.L.M. (2018). The emotion of boredom: Frustrating or depressing?Motivation and Emotion, 42(6), 931-946.

Van Hooff, M.L.M., & Van Hooft, E.A.J. (2017). Boredom at work: Towards a dynamic spillover model of need satisfaction, work motivation, and work-related boredom. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 26(1), 133-148.

Van Hooff, M.L.M., & Van Hooft, E.A.J. (2016). Work-related boredom and depressed mood from a daily perspective: The moderating roles of work centrality and need satisfaction. Work & Stress, 30(3), 209-227.

Van Hooff, M.L.M., & Van Hooft, E.A.J. (2014). Boredom at work: Proximal and distal consequences of affective work-related boredom. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19(3), 348-359.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2019). The unbearable lightness of boredom: A pragmatic meaning-regulation hypothesis. In J. Ros Velasco (Ed.), Boredom is in your mind: A shared psychological-philosophical approach (pp. 11-35). Springer. Ask the author for access.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R., Maher, P. J., & Lennon, J. (2019). Various forms of existential distress are associated with aggressive tendencies. Personality and Individual Differences, 144, 111-119.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R., Maher, P. J., Moynihan, A. B., & Martin, D. (2019). Bored like Hell: Religiosity reduces boredom and tempers the quest for meaning. Emotion, 19(2), 255-269. 

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2017). Boredom begs to differ: Differentiation from other negative emotionsEmotion, 17, 309-322. 

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2017). Can boredom help? Increased prosocial intentions in response to boredomSelf and Identity, 16, 82-96. Ask the author for access.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2016). Going to political extremes in response to boredom. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 687-699. Ask the author for access.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., Igou, E. R., & Sedikides, C. (2013). In search of meaningfulness: Nostalgia as an antidote to boredom. Emotion, 13, 450-461. Ask the author for access.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2013). De zin van een verveeld bestaan. [The purpose of a boring existence]. In-Mind, 1. 

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2012). On boredom: Lack of challenge and meaning as distinct boredom experiences. Motivation & Emotion, 36, 181-194. Ask the author for access.

Van Tilburg, W. A. P., & Igou, E. R. (2011). On boredom and social identity: A pragmatic meaning-regulation approachPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 1679-1691. Ask the author for access.

Vodanovich, S. J., & Watt, J. D. (2016).  Self-report measures of boredom: An updated review of the literature.  Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied150(2), 196-228. 

Vodanovich, S. J., Kass, S. J., Andrasik, F., Gerber, W. D., Niederberger, U, & Breaux, C. (2011).  Culture and gender differences in boredom proneness.  North American Journal of  Psychology, 13, 221-230. Ask the author for access.

Vodanovich, S. J., Wallace, J. C., & Kass, S. J. (2005).  A confirmatory approach to the factor structure of the boredom proneness scale:  Evidence for a two-factor short form.  Journal of Personality Assessment, 85, 295-303. 

Vodanovich, S. J. (2003).  On the possible benefits of boredom: A neglected area in personality research. Psychology and Education, 40, 28-33. Ask the author for access.

Vodanovich, S. J. (2003). Psychometric measures of boredom: A review of the literatureJournal of Psychology, 137, 569-593.

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Wallace, J. C., Vodanovich, S. J., & Restino, R. (2003). Predicting cognitive failures from boredom proneness and daytime sleepiness scores: An investigation within military and undergraduate samples. Personality and Individual Differences, 34, 635-644.

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Watt, J. D., & Vodanovich, S. J. (1992). Relationship between boredom proneness and impulsivityPsychological Reports, 70, 1‑3. Ask the author for access.

Weissinger, E., Caldwell, L.L., & Bandalos, D.  (1992). Antecedents of leisure boredom among three college samples.  Leisure Sciences, 14, 315-323. Ask the author for access.

Weybright, E. H., Schulenberg, J., & Caldwell, L. L. (2020 [epub, 2019]). More bored today than yesterday? National trends in adolescent boredom from 2008-2017. Journal of Adolescent Health. 66, 360-365.

Weybright, E. H., Caldwell, L. L., Ram, N., Smith, E. A., & Wegner, L. (2015). Boredom prone or nothing to do? Distinguishing between state and trait leisure boredom and its association with substance use in South African adolescents. Leisure Sciences, 37, 311-331.

Wolff, W., Bieleke, M., Martarelli, C. S., & Danckert, J. (2021). A primer on the role of boredom in self-controlled sports and exercise behavior. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 535. 

Wolff, W., Bieleke, M., Stähler, J., & Schüler, J. (2021). Too bored for sports? Adaptive and less-adaptive latent personality profiles for exercise behavior. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 53, 101851. Ask the author for access.

Wolff, W., Martarelli, C. S., Schüler, J., & Bieleke, M. (2020). High boredom proneness and low trait self-control impair adherence to social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(15), 5420.

Wolff, W., & Martarelli, C. S. (2020). Bored into depletion? Toward a tentative integration of perceived self-control exertion and boredom as guiding signals for goal-directed behavior. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 15(5), 1272-1283.

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Xie, H., Caldwell, L. L., Graham, J. W., Weybright, E. H., Wegner, L., & Smith, E. (2017).  Perceived parental control, restructuring ability, and leisure motivation: A cross-national comparison. Leisure Sciences, 39, 319-335.