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Brett Q. Ford
Brett Q. Ford
E-mail megerősítve itt: utoronto.ca - Kezdőlap
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When feeling bad is expected to be good: emotion regulation and outcome expectancies in social conflicts.
M Tamir, BQ Ford
Emotion 12 (4), 807, 2012
2322012
Culture and emotion regulation
BQ Ford, IB Mauss
Current opinion in psychology 3, 1-5, 2015
2052015
Culture shapes whether the pursuit of happiness predicts higher or lower well-being.
BQ Ford, JO Dmitrieva, D Heller, Y Chentsova-Dutton, I Grossmann, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (6), 1053, 2015
1992015
The psychological health benefits of accepting negative emotions and thoughts: Laboratory, diary, and longitudinal evidence.
BQ Ford, P Lam, OP John, IB Mauss
Journal of personality and social psychology 115 (6), 1075, 2018
1802018
Choosing to be afraid: preferences for fear as a function of goal pursuit.
M Tamir, BQ Ford
Emotion 9 (4), 488, 2009
1782009
Getting better with age: the relationship between age, acceptance, and negative affect.
AJ Shallcross, BQ Ford, VA Floerke, IB Mauss
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (4), 734, 2013
1772013
Desperately seeking happiness: Valuing happiness is associated with symptoms and diagnosis of depression
BQ Ford, AJ Shallcross, IB Mauss, VA Floerke, J Gruber
Journal of social and clinical psychology 33 (10), 890, 2014
1492014
Should people pursue feelings that feel good or feelings that do good? Emotional preferences and well-being.
M Tamir, BQ Ford
Emotion 12 (5), 1061, 2012
1492012
Why beliefs about emotion matter: An emotion-regulation perspective
BQ Ford, JJ Gross
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (1), 74-81, 2019
1442019
Emotion regulation: Why beliefs matter.
BQ Ford, JJ Gross
Canadian Psychology/psychologie canadienne 59 (1), 1, 2018
1372018
The paradoxical effects of pursuing positive emotion
B Ford, I Mauss
Positive emotion: Integrating the light sides and dark sides, 363-382, 2014
1252014
Change the things you can: Emotion regulation is more beneficial for people from lower than from higher socioeconomic status.
AS Troy, BQ Ford, K McRae, P Zarolia, IB Mauss
Emotion 17 (1), 141, 2017
1212017
Reappraisal reconsidered: A closer look at the costs of an acclaimed emotion-regulation strategy
BQ Ford, AS Troy
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (2), 195-203, 2019
1202019
When getting angry is smart: emotional preferences and emotional intelligence.
BQ Ford, M Tamir
Emotion 12 (4), 685, 2012
1152012
Broadening our field of view: The role of emotion polyregulation
BQ Ford, JJ Gross, J Gruber
Emotion Review 11 (3), 197-208, 2019
982019
Poor caregiver mental health predicts mortality of patients with neurodegenerative disease
SJ Lwi, BQ Ford, JJ Casey, BL Miller, RW Levenson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (28), 7319-7324, 2017
972017
The cost of believing emotions are uncontrollable: Youths’ beliefs about emotion predict emotion regulation and depressive symptoms.
BQ Ford, SJ Lwi, AL Gentzler, B Hankin, IB Mauss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (8), 1170, 2018
962018
High cardiac vagal control is related to better subjective and objective sleep quality
GG Werner, BQ Ford, IB Mauss, M Schabus, J Blechert, FH Wilhelm
Biological Psychology 106, 79-85, 2015
952015
Keeping your eyes on the prize: Anger and visual attention to threats and rewards
BQ Ford, M Tamir, TT Brunyé, WR Shirer, CR Mahoney, HA Taylor
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1098-1105, 2010
952010
Too much of a good thing? Cardiac vagal tone’s nonlinear relationship with well-being.
A Kogan, J Gruber, AJ Shallcross, BQ Ford, IB Mauss
Emotion 13 (4), 599, 2013
942013
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