Joseph A. Mikels

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Joseph Mikels"
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Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz grad student 2003 University of Michigan
 (Hold on to that feeling: Working memory and emotion from a cognitive neuroscience perspective.)
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Mikels JA, Shuster MM, Thai ST, et al. (2016) Messages that matter: Age differences in affective responses to framed health messages. Psychology and Aging. 31: 409-414
Mikels JA, Shuster MM. (2015) The Interpretative Lenses of Older Adults Are Not Rose-Colored-Just Less Dark: Aging and the Interpretation of Ambiguous Scenarios Emotion
Mikels JA, Shuster MM, Thai ST. (2015) Chapter 9 - Aging, Emotion, and Decision Making Aging and Decision Making: Empirical and Applied Perspectives. 169-188
Reed AE, Chan L, Mikels JA. (2014) Meta-analysis of the age-related positivity effect: age differences in preferences for positive over negative information. Psychology and Aging. 29: 1-15
Reed AE, Mikels JA, Löckenhoff CE. (2013) Preferences for choice across adulthood: age trajectories and potential mechanisms. Psychology and Aging. 28: 625-32
Mikels JA, Cheung E, Cone J, et al. (2013) The dark side of intuition: aging and increases in nonoptimal intuitive decisions. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 13: 189-95
Gruber J, Purcell AL, Perna MJ, et al. (2013) Letting go of the bad: deficit in maintaining negative, but not positive, emotion in bipolar disorder. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 13: 168-75
Choplin JM, Stark DP, Mikels JA. (2013) Cognitive barriers to rational home loan decision making: Implications for mortgage counseling Psychology of Counseling. 299-331
Broome R, Gard DE, Mikels JA. (2012) Test-retest reliability of an emotion maintenance task. Cognition & Emotion. 26: 737-47
Reed AE, Mikels JA, Löckenhoff CE. (2012) Choosing with confidence: Self-efficacy and preferences for choice Judgment and Decision Making. 7: 173-180
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