Iris B. Mauss

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Emotion and emotion regulation; psychological health; psychophysiology; sociocultural norms and beliefs; aging and emotion regulation
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Willroth EC, John OP, Biesanz JC, et al. (2019) Understanding short-term variability in life satisfaction: The Individual Differences in Evaluating Life Satisfaction (IDELS) model. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Brown CL, Van Doren N, Ford BQ, et al. (2019) Coherence between subjective experience and physiology in emotion: Individual differences and implications for well-being. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Shallcross AJ, Willroth EC, Fisher A, et al. (2018) Relapse/Recurrence Prevention in Major Depressive Disorder: 26-Month Follow-Up of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Versus an Active Control. Behavior Therapy. 49: 836-849
Ford BQ, Feinberg M, Lam P, et al. (2018) Using reappraisal to regulate negative emotion after the 2016 U.S. Presidential election: Does emotion regulation Trump political action? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Ford BQ, Lwi SJ, Gentzler AL, et al. (2018) The cost of believing emotions are uncontrollable: Youths' beliefs about emotion predict emotion regulation and depressive symptoms. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Ford BQ, Lam P, John OP, et al. (2017) The Psychological Health Benefits of Accepting Negative Emotions and Thoughts: Laboratory, Diary, and Longitudinal Evidence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Ford BQ, Karnilowicz HR, Mauss IB. (2017) Understanding Reappraisal as a Multicomponent Process: The Psychological Health Benefits of Attempting to Use Reappraisal Depend on Reappraisal Success. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Troy AS, Ford BQ, McRae K, et al. (2016) Change the Things You Can: Emotion Regulation Is More Beneficial for People From Lower Than From Higher Socioeconomic Status. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Waugh CE, Zarolia P, Mauss IB, et al. (2016) Emotion regulation changes the duration of the BOLD response to emotional stimuli. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Werner GG, Ford BQ, Mauss IB, et al. (2016) Cardiac Vagal Control and Depressive Symptoms: The Moderating Role of Sleep Quality. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 1-15
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