Jonathan A. Rottenberg, Ph.D.

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Ian H. Gotlib grad student 2003 Stanford
 (Responses of depressed persons to normative and idiographic emotional stimuli.)

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Lauren M Bylsma grad student 2005-2012 University of South Florida (SPRtree)
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Disabato DJ, Kashdan TB, Doorley JD, et al. (2021) Optimal well-being in the aftermath of anxiety disorders: A 10-year longitudinal investigation. Journal of Affective Disorders. 291: 110-117
Cowden Hindash AH, Siegle GJ, Kelley A, et al. (2021) Eyeing ambiguity: Pupillary reactivity during early automatic interpretations in major depressive disorder. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Panaite V, Rottenberg J, Bylsma LM. (2020) Daily Affective Dynamics Predict Depression Symptom Trajectories Among Adults with Major and Minor Depression. Affective Science. 1: 186-198
Yoon S, Rottenberg J. (2020) Listening to the blues: An ecological momentary assessment of music choice in depression. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Devendorf A, Bender A, Rottenberg J. (2020) Depression presentations, stigma, and mental health literacy: A critical review and YouTube content analysis. Clinical Psychology Review. 78: 101843
Yoon S, Rottenberg J. (2020) Why Do People With Depression Use Faulty Emotion Regulation Strategies Emotion Review. 12: 118-128
Dochnal R, Vetró Á, Kiss E, et al. (2019) Emotion Regulation Among Adolescents With Pediatric Depression As a Function of Anxiety Comorbidity. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 10: 722
Rottenberg J, Devendorf AR, Panaite V, et al. (2019) Optimal Well-Being after Major Depression. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 7: 621-627
Yoon S, Verona E, Schlauch R, et al. (2019) Why do depressed people prefer sad music? Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Rottenberg J, Devendorf AR, Kashdan TB, et al. (2018) The Curious Neglect of High Functioning After Psychopathology: The Case of Depression. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 13: 549-566
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