Social Emotions Relationships and Health Research Lab Publications
Bartlett, M., & Arpin, S. N. (in press). Gratitude and loneliness: Enhancing health and well-being in the elderly. Research on Aging.
Bartlett, M., Valdesolo, P., Arpin, S. N. (2019). The paradox of power: The relationship between self-esteem and gratitude. Journal of Social Psychology.
Arpin S. N., & Mohr, C.D. (2019). Experimental investigation of loneliness and the perceived provision and receipt of responsive behavior within capitalization interactions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Arpin, S. N., Starkey, A., Mohr, C. D., Greenhalgh, A., & Hammer, L. (2018). A well spent day brings happy sleep: Findings from a dyadic study of capitalization support in military connected couples. Journal of Family Psychology.
Arpin, S. N., Froehlich, L., Lantian, A., Rudert, S., Stelter, M. (2017). When “we” or “they” exclude others: Attributing and evaluating ostracism observed in ingroups and outgroups. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology.
Mohr, C., Arpin, S., McCabe, C., & Haverly, S. (2016). Capitalization and alcohol use: A moderated mediation model of relationship status, positive-event disclosure, drinking motives and alcohol consumption. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology.
Arpin, S. N., Mohr, C. D, & Brannan, D. (2015). Having friends and feeling lonely: A daily process examination of transient loneliness, drinking behavior, and the influence of interpersonal relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Mohr, C. D., Arpin, S. N. & McCabe, C. (2015). Daily affect variability and context-specific consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review.