Hedberg, P. H. (2007). Procedurally Motivated Up and Down Regulation of Accessible Knowledge. Columbia University.
Hedberg, P. H. (planned for 2009). Determinants of Individual Behavior in Situations with Interdependent Actors. Stockholm School of Economics.
Hedberg, P. H. & Higgins, E. T. (peer reviewed in 2005 in Science). What Remains on Your Mind After You Are Done?
Hedberg, P. H., Balsam, P. D., & Higgins, E. T. (unpublished manuscript, Columbia University). Antecedents, Measures, and Consequences of Promotion and Prevention.
Hedberg, P. H. & Higgins, E. T. (unpublished manuscript, Columbia University) Regulatory Focus 2.0: A New Language and a Process Account.
Tong, J., Iyengar, S. S., & Hedberg, P. H. (under revision for re-submission). What are the Fairest Ways to Distribute Profits and Losses?: Effects of Economic and Cultural Factors.
Hedberg, P. H. (unpublished manuscript, Stockholm School of Economics). Judgment in Forecasting: Psychological Factors.
Effects of Social Verification (but not of Collaboration) on Memory and Social Coordination (European Association of Experimental Social Psychology at Rapallo, Italy, September 2007)
Introductory speaker and co-chair of symposium at Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) in Palm Springs, 2006: Shared Reality In Communication: Implications For Memory And Social Perception
What Remains on Your Mind After You Are Done? (poster at American Psychological Society; May, 2006)
What Remains on Your Mind After You Are Done? (poster at SPSP in Palm Springs, February, 2006)
How Motivational Orientations Impact the Accessibility of Semantic Constructs (poster at SPSP in Austin, February 2004)
Accessibility Regulation: How Strategic Concerns Influence the Decay of Knowledge Accessibility (presentation at Graduate Research Conference at Yale University, October 2003)
Invited talks in Seminar series in Cognitive Psychology at Stockholm University:
What Remains on Your Mind After You Are Done?: Motivated Regulation of Knowledge Accessibility (February, 2006)
Effects of Social Verification on Memory and Social Coordination (March, 2008)