Monisha Pasupathi

Psychology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Oldroyd K, Pasupathi M, Wainryb C. (2019) Social Antecedents to the Development of Interoception: Attachment Related Processes Are Associated With Interoception. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 712
McLean KC, Syed M, Pasupathi M, et al. (2019) The empirical structure of narrative identity: The initial Big Three. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Wainryb C, Pasupathi M, Bourne S, et al. (2018) Stories for all ages: Narrating anger reduces distress across childhood and adolescence. Developmental Psychology
Pasupathi M, Wainryb C, Mansfield CD, et al. (2016) The feeling of the story: Narrating to regulate anger and sadness. Cognition & Emotion. 1-18
Pasupathi M, Fivush R, Hernandez-Martinez M. (2016) Talking about it: Stories as paths to healing after violence Psychology of Violence. 6: 49-56
Pasupathi M, Billitteri J, Mansfield CD, et al. (2015) Regulating Emotion and Identity by Narrating Harm. Journal of Research in Personality. 58: 127-136
Recchia HE, Wainryb C, Bourne S, et al. (2015) Children's and Adolescents' Accounts of Helping and Hurting Others: Lessons About the Development of Moral Agency. Child Development. 86: 864-76
Wainryb C, Pasupathi M. (2015) Saints, and the rest of Us: Broadening the perspective on moral identity development Human Development. 58: 154-163
Pasupathi M, Billitteri J. (2015) Being and Becoming through Being Heard: Listener Effects on Stories and Selves International Journal of Listening. 29: 67-84
McLean KC, Pasupathi M, Greenhoot AF, et al. (2015) Does intra-individual variability in narration matter and for what? Journal of Research in Personality
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