Christian E. Waugh

Affiliations: 
Psychology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
resilience, emotion
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Mikels JA, Shuster MM, Thai ST, et al. (2016) Messages that matter: Age differences in affective responses to framed health messages. Psychology and Aging. 31: 409-414
Joormann J, Waugh CE, Gotlib IH. (2015) Cognitive Bias Modification for Interpretation in Major Depression: Effects on Memory and Stress Reactivity. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 3: 126-139
Hamilton JP, Chen MC, Waugh CE, et al. (2015) Distinctive and common neural underpinnings of major depression, social anxiety, and their comorbidity. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 10: 552-60
Waugh CE, Shing EZ, Avery BM. (2015) Temporal Dynamics of Emotional Processing in the Brain Emotion Review. 7: 323-329
Monfort SS, Stroup HE, Waugh CE. (2015) The impact of anticipating positive events on responses to stress Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 58: 11-22
Waugh CE, Koster EH. (2014) A resilience framework for promoting stable remission from depression. Clinical Psychology Review
Waugh CE, Lemus MG, Gotlib IH. (2014) The role of the medial frontal cortex in the maintenance of emotional states. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9: 2001-9
Bulteel K, Ceulemans E, Thompson RJ, et al. (2014) DeCon: a tool to detect emotional concordance in multivariate time series data of emotional responding. Biological Psychology. 98: 29-42
Furman DJ, Waugh CE, Bhattacharjee K, et al. (2013) Interoceptive awareness, positive affect, and decision making in major depressive disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 151: 780-5
Mata J, Hogan CL, Joormann J, et al. (2013) Acute exercise attenuates negative affect following repeated sad mood inductions in persons who have recovered from depression. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 122: 45-50
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