Emotion Regulation in the Context of Crisis: An Examination of Cognitive Reappraisal and Expressive Suppression in the Aftermath of the 2011 Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crisis in Japan (Erin J. Fitzgerald, 2012)

Presented at:

2012 Undergraduate Research Symposium

2012 Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), Chicago, IL

Supported by:

2011 Summer Research Grant from Psi Chi (officially to have Erin work at Tufts University for the summer)

Published in the APA Journal Emotion, February 2014

Childhood Attachment to Comfort Objects in Relation to Sensory Reactivity (Chelsea Gilson, 2010)

Previous explanations of childhood attachment to comfort objects have unsuccessfully focused on pathology, temperament and maternal attachment.  Given that comfort objects provide soothing through tactile stimulation and that children differ in sensory processing, this study examined differences in sensory reactivity between children with and children without attachments to comfort object. Twenty-three children completed sensory tasks that measured tactile threshold, tactile preferences and sensory sensitivity.


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