June Gruber, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 2014- Psychology and Neuroscience University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
Positive Emotions and Psychopathology
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Parents

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Ian H. Gotlib research assistant 2001-2003 Stanford
Ketter Terence research assistant 2001-2003 Stanford Medical School
Sheri L. Johnson grad student 2003- UC Berkeley
Ann M. Kring grad student 2000-2009 UC Berkeley
Dacher Keltner grad student 2003-2009 UC Berkeley
Robert W. Levenson grad student 2003-2009 UC Berkeley
Allison G. Harvey grad student 2005-2009 UC Berkeley
 (Emotion reactivity, emotion recovery, and cognitive reappraisal in bipolar disorder.)

Children

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Syed Faisal Hussaini research assistant Yale
Amanda Purcell research assistant 2007- Yale
Cristina M. Ruiz research assistant 2010- Yale
Jon-Michael Saenz research assistant 2010-2011 United States
John R. Purcell research assistant 2012-2015 CU Boulder
Yoona Kang grad student 2009- Yale
Sunny Dutra grad student 2010- Yale
Tabitha Kirkland grad student 2010- Yale
Hillary Devlin grad student 2011- Yale
Aleena Hay grad student 2011- Yale
Elizabeth Reeves post-doc 2010- Yale

Collaborators

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Ryan H. Bogdan collaborator 2002- Stanford
Sheri L. Johnson collaborator 2003- Yale
Ketter Terence collaborator 2006- Stanford Medical School
Joan Y. Chiao collaborator 2008- Northwestern
James Gross collaborator 2008- Stanford
David Miklowitz collaborator 2008- UC Berkeley
Lauren Weinstock collaborator 2008- Alpert Medical School at Brown University
Margaret S. Clark collaborator 2009- Yale
Jeremy R. Gray collaborator 2009- Yale
Iris B. Mauss collaborator 2009- Yale
Douglas S. Mennin collaborator 2009- Yale
Mary Phillips collaborator 2009- University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Lisa Feldman Barrett collaborator 2010- Yale
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Man V, Gruber J, Glahn DC, et al. (2018) Altered amygdala circuits underlying valence processing among manic and depressed phases in bipolar adults. Journal of Affective Disorders. 245: 394-402
Purcell JR, Lohani M, Musket C, et al. (2018) Lack of emotional gaze preferences using eye-tracking in remitted bipolar I disorder. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders. 6: 15
Quoidbach J, Mikolajczak M, Gruber J, et al. (2018) Robust, replicable, and theoretically-grounded: A response to Brown and Coyne's (2017) commentary on the relationship between emodiversity and health. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 147: 451-458
Gruber J, Weinstock LM. (2018) Interrater reliability in bipolar disorder research: current practices and suggestions for enhancing the best practices. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders. 6: 1
Cohen JN, Taylor Dryman M, Morrison AS, et al. (2017) Positive and Negative Affect as Links Between Social Anxiety and Depression: Predicting Concurrent and Prospective Mood Symptoms in Unipolar and Bipolar Mood Disorders. Behavior Therapy. 48: 820-833
Dutra SJ, Man V, Kober H, et al. (2017) Disrupted cortico-limbic connectivity during reward processing in remitted bipolar I disorder. Bipolar Disorders
Gruber J, Van Meter A, Gilbert KE, et al. (2017) Positive Emotion Specificity and Mood Symptoms in an Adolescent Outpatient Sample. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 41: 393-405
Ong DC, Zaki J, Gruber J. (2016) Increased Cooperative Behavior Across Remitted Bipolar I Disorder and Major Depression: Insights Utilizing a Behavioral Economic Trust Game. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Gruber J, Siegel EH, Purcell AL, et al. (2015) Unseen positive and negative affective information influences social perception in bipolar I disorder and healthy adults. Journal of Affective Disorders. 192: 191-198
Gilbert KE, Nolen-Hoeksema S, Gruber J. (2015) I Don't Want to Come Back Down: Undoing Versus Maintaining of Reward Recovery in Older Adolescents. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
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