Ken T. Strongman

Faculty of Arts University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand 
emotion, theory
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Overton A, Selway S, Strongman K, et al. (2005) Eating disorders - The regulation of positive as well as negative emotion experience Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 12: 39-56
Sullivan GB, Strongman KT. (2003) Vacillating and mixed emotions: A conceptual-discursive perspective on contemporary emotion and cognitive appraisal theories through examples of pride Journal For the Theory of Social Behaviour. 33: 203-226+228
Miller MM, Strongman KT. (2002) The emotional effects of music on religious experience: A study of the pentecostal-charismatic style of music and worship Psychology of Music. 30: 8-27
Strongman KT, Overton AE. (1999) Emotion in late adulthood Australian Psychologist. 34: 104-110
Strongman KT. (1993) Emotion theory and cognitive-behaviour therapy Behaviour Change. 10: 141-153
Strongman KT, Kemp S. (1991) Autobiographical memory for emotion Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 29: 195-198
Bertocci PA, Strongman KT. (1990) Evaluating Emotional Theory Cognition and Emotion. 4: 375-380
Hayward JA, Strongman KT. (1987) Emotional words, free recall, and laterality Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 25: 161-162
Strongman KT, Russell PN. (1986) Salience of emotion in recall Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 24: 25-27
Strongman KT. (1985) Emotion in mentally retarded people Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. 11: 201-213
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