Michele M. Tugade

Affiliations: 
Psychology Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, United States 
Area:
positive emotions, resilience
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Barbara L. Fredrickson grad student 2001 University of Michigan
 (Positive emotions and resilience: Exploring subjective, cognitive, and physiological consequences.)
Lisa Feldman Barrett post-doc Vassar
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Tugade MM, Conner T, Barrett LF. (2014) Assessment of mood Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine, Second Edition. 278-286
Tugade MM. (2012) Positive Emotions and Coping: Examining Dual-Process Models of Resilience The Oxford Handbook of Stress, Health, and Coping
Tugade MM, Fredrickson BL. (2007) Regulation of positive emotions: Emotion regulation strategies that promote resilience Journal of Happiness Studies. 8: 311-333
Tugade MM, Fredrickson BL, Barrett LF. (2004) Psychological resilience and positive emotional granularity: examining the benefits of positive emotions on coping and health. Journal of Personality. 72: 1161-90
Barrett LF, Tugade MM, Engle RW. (2004) Individual differences in working memory capacity and dual-process theories of the mind. Psychological Bulletin. 130: 553-73
Tugade MM, Fredrickson BL. (2004) Resilient individuals use positive emotions to bounce back from negative emotional experiences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 86: 320-33
Fredrickson BL, Tugade MM, Waugh CE, et al. (2003) What good are positive emotions in crises? A prospective study of resilience and emotions following the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11th, 2001. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 84: 365-76
Fredrickson BL, Mancuso RA, Branigan C, et al. (2000) The Undoing Effect of Positive Emotions. Motivation and Emotion. 24: 237-258
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