Kelly M. McGonigal, Ph.D.

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Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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emotion, emotion regulation
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James Gross grad student 2004 Stanford
 (The social antecedents and consequences of expressive suppression: A longitudinal study.)
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Jazaieri H, Lee IA, McGonigal K, et al. (2015) A wandering mind is a less caring mind: Daily experience sampling during compassion meditation training Journal of Positive Psychology
Jazaieri H, McGonigal K, Jinpa T, et al. (2014) A randomized controlled trial of compassion cultivation training: Effects on mindfulness, affect, and emotion regulation Motivation and Emotion. 38: 23-35
Jazaieri H, Jinpa GT, McGonigal K, et al. (2013) Enhancing Compassion: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Compassion Cultivation Training Program Journal of Happiness Studies. 14: 1113-1126
McGonigal K. (2010) Table of Contents & Editorials International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 20: 1-3
McGonigal K. (2010) A Conversation with Mark Singleton, PhD International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 20: 17-20
Srivastava S, Tamir M, McGonigal KM, et al. (2009) The social costs of emotional suppression: a prospective study of the transition to college. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 883-97
McGonigal K. (2009) Table of Contents & Editorial International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 19: 1-4
McGonigal K. (2008) A Conversation with IAYT President Matthew Taylor International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 18: 105-108
McGonigal K. (2007) New Directions: A Conversation with IAYT's President Janice Gates International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 17: 105-107
Srivastava S, McGonigal KM, Richards JM, et al. (2006) Optimism in close relationships: How seeing things in a positive light makes them so. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 91: 143-53
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