Richard J. Contrada

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Rehabilitation and Therapy, Gerontology
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Weisberg HR, Bajaj A, Contrada RJ. (2016) Dispositional behavioral activation: Relationships with cardiovascular activity during anger and sadness Personality and Individual Differences. 98: 42-47
Mann SL, Selby EA, Bates ME, et al. (2015) Integrating affective and cognitive correlates of heart rate variability: A structural equation modeling approach International Journal of Psychophysiology
Cserép Z, Losoncz E, Tóth R, et al. (2014) Self-rated health is associated with the length of stay at the intensive care unit and hospital following cardiac surgery. Bmc Cardiovascular Disorders. 14: 171
Idler EL, Boulifard DA, Contrada RJ. (2012) Mending broken hearts: marriage and survival following cardiac surgery. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 53: 33-49
Glass DC, Contrada RJ. (2012) Bipolar disorder, Type A behaviour and coronary disease Health Psychology Review. 6: 180-196
Mora PA, Berkowitz A, Contrada RJ, et al. (2011) Factor structure and longitudinal invariance of the Medical Adherence Report Scale-Asthma. Psychology & Health. 26: 713-27
Betensky JD, Contrada RJ. (2010) Depressive symptoms, trait aggression, and cardiovascular reactivity to a laboratory stressor. Annals of Behavioral Medicine : a Publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. 39: 184-91
Contrada RJ, Leventhal H. (2010) Emotions: Structure and Adaptive Functions Encyclopedia of Stress. 914-921
Chen YY, Contrada RJ. (2009) Framing written emotional expression from a religious perspective: effects on depressive symptoms. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. 39: 427-38
Brondolo E, Grantham KI, Karlin W, et al. (2009) Trait hostility and ambulatory blood pressure among traffic enforcement agents: the effects of stressful social interactions. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 14: 110-21
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