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.