The role of culture in the recognition of facial expressions
Principal Investigators: Fang Zhang, Maria Parmley, Sarah R. Cavanagh
Cognitive appraisal in the context of crisis: The role of culture
Principal Investigators: Erin Fitzgerald (undergraduate), Sarah R. Cavanagh, Heather L. Urry
Emotion Regulation Studies:
Emotion recognition in close personal relationships
Principal Investigators: Maria Parmley, Fang Zhang
Attentional bias for emotion and psychological functioning
Principal Investigators: Sarah R. Cavanagh, Angela Harris (undergraduate)
The role of emotion regulation in risk and resilience after major depression
Principal Investigators: Sarah R. Cavanagh, Heather L. Urry
Zhang, F., & Labouvie-Vief, G. (in press). Development of adult attachment orientation: A 6-year longitudinal study. Journal of Attachment and Human Development (Special Issue).
Cavanagh, S.R., Urry, H.L., & Shin, L.S. (2011). Mood-induced shifts in attentional bias to emotional information predict ill- and well-being. Emotion, 11(2), 241-248. (pdf)
Zhang, F., & Parmley, M. (2011). What your best friend sees that I don’t see: Comparing female close friends and casual acquaintances on the perception of emotional facial expressions of varying intensities. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37(1), 28-39. (pdf)
Zhang, F. (2009). The relationship between state attachment security and daily interpersonal experience. Journal of Research in Personality, 43(3), 511-515. (pdf)
Parmley, M., & Cunningham, J. G. (2008). Children’s gender-emotion stereotypes in the relationship of anger to sadness and fear. Sex Roles, 58, 358-370. (pdf)
Cavanagh, S.R., Shin, L.M., Karamouz, N., Rauch, S.R. (2006). Psychiatric and emotional sequelae of surgical amputation. Psychosomatics, 47, 459-464. (pdf)
Cavanagh, S.R., Shin, L.M., Rauch, S.R. (2006). Brain imaging in PTSD. Directions in Psychiatry, 26(3), 33-48.
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