Katherine B. Curhan, Ph.D.

2009 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Katherine Curhan"
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Howard Gardner grad student 2009 Harvard
 (Well -being strategies in Japan and the United States: A comparative study of the prevalence and effectiveness of strategies used to make life go well for high school -educated and college -educated midlife adults.)
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Curhan KB, Levine CS, Markus HR, et al. (2014) Subjective and Objective Hierarchies and Their Relations to Psychological Well-Being: A U.S/Japan Comparison. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 5: 855-864
Curhan KB, Sims T, Markus HR, et al. (2014) Just how bad negative affect is for your health depends on culture. Psychological Science. 25: 2277-80
Kan C, Kawakami N, Karasawa M, et al. (2014) Psychological resources as mediators of the association between social class and health: comparative findings from Japan and the USA. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 21: 53-65
Park J, Kitayama S, Markus HR, et al. (2013) Social status and anger expression: the cultural moderation hypothesis. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 13: 1122-31
Miyamoto Y, Boylan JM, Coe CL, et al. (2013) Negative emotions predict elevated interleukin-6 in the United States but not in Japan. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 34: 79-85
Park J, Kitayama S, Karasawa M, et al. (2013) Clarifying the links between social support and health: culture, stress, and neuroticism matter. Journal of Health Psychology. 18: 226-35
Karasawa M, Curhan KB, Markus HR, et al. (2011) Cultural perspectives on aging and well-being: a comparison of Japan and the United States. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 73: 73-98
Kitayama S, Karasawa M, Curhan KB, et al. (2010) Independence and interdependence predict health and wellbeing: divergent patterns in the United States and Japan. Frontiers in Psychology. 1: 163
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