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In Press

*Seah, T. H. S., *Matt, L. M. & Coifman, K. G. (in press). Spontaneous self-distancing mediates the association between working memory capacity and emotion regulation success. Clinical Psychological Science.

2020

Thompson, C. A., Taber, J. M., Sidney, P. G., Fitzsimmons, C., Mielicki, M., Matthews, P. G., … Coifman, K. G. (2020, June 15). Math matters during a pandemic: A novel, brief educational intervention combats whole number bias to improve health decision-making and predicts COVID-19 risk perceptions and worry across 10 days. Pre-print available: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/hukyv

*Seah, T. H. S., *Aurora, P., & Coifman, K. G. (2020). Emotion Differentiation as a Protective Factor Against the Behavioral Consequences of Rumination: A Conceptual Replication and Extension in the Context of Social Anxiety. Behavior Therapy, 51(1), 135-148. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.beth.2019.05.011

2019

Coifman, K.G., Kane, M.R., Bishop, M., *Matt, L.M., *Nylocks, K.M. & *Aurora, P. (2019). Predicting negative affect variability and spontaneous emotion regulation: Can working memory tasks estimate emotion regulatory capacity. Emotion. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/emo0000585

*Nylocks, K. M., Rafaeli, E., Bar-Kalifa, E., *Flynn, J. J., & Coifman, K. G. (2019). Testing the influence of negative and positive emotion on future health-promoting behaviors in a community sample. Motivation and Emotion, 43, 285–298. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-018-9729-8

Coifman, K. G., & *Summers, C. B. (2019). Understanding emotion inflexibility in risk for affective disease: integrating current research and finding a path forward. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 392. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00392

2018

Coifman, K. G., Halachoff, D. J., & *Nylocks, K. M. (2018). Mitigating risk? Set-shifting ability in high threat sensitive individuals predicts approach behavior during simulated peer-rejection. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 37(7), 481-513. PDF

*Nylocks, K. M., Gilman, T. L., *Latsko, M., Jasnow, A. M., & Coifman, K. G. (2018). Increased parasympathetic activity and ability to generate positive emotion: The influence of the BDNF Val66Met Polymorphism on Emotion Flexibility. Motivation and Emotion, 42(4), 586-601. PDF

Kerns, K., Stuart-Parrigon, K. L., Coifman, K. G., Van Dulmen, M. & Koehn, A. (2018). Pet-Dogs: Does their presence influence preadolescents’ emotional responses to a social stressor? Review of Social Development, 10.1111/sode.12246. PDF

2017

Gilman, T. L., Shaheen, R., *Nylocks, K. M., Halachoff, D., Chapman, J., *Flynn, J. J., ... & Coifman, K. G. (2017). A film set for the elicitation of emotion in research: A comprehensive catalog derived from four decades of investigation. Behavior Research Methods, 49(6), 2061-2082. PDF

Coifman, K.G. & *Almahmoud, S.Y. (2017). Emotion Flexibility in Psychological Risk and Resilience. In U. Kumar (Ed.) Handbook of Resilience: A Psychosocial Perspective. New York: Routledge.

2016

Latsko, M., Gilman, T.L., *Matt. L.M., *Nylocks, K.M., Coifman, K.G. & Jasnow, A.M. (2016). A Novel Interaction Between Tryptophan Hydroxylase 2 (TPH2) Gene Polymorphism (rs4570625) and BDNF Val66Met predicts a high-risk emotional phenotype in healthy subjects, PLoS One 11 (10) e0162585. PDF

Shepard, K.A., Coifman, K.G., *Matt, L.M. & Fresco, D.M. (2016). Development of a self-distancing task and initial validation of responses. Psychological Assessment. PDF

*Matt. L.M., Fresco, D.M. & Coifman, K.G. (2016). Trait Anxiety and Negative Affect Differentiation: A vulnerability factor to consider? Anxiety Stress & Coping. DOI: 10.1080/10615806.2016.1163544 PDF

*Almahmoud, S.Y., Coifman, K.G., Ross, G.S., Kleinert, D. & Giardina, P. (2016). Evidence for multi-dimensional resilience in adult patients with transfusion-dependent Thalassemias: Is it more common than we think?  Transfusion Medicine, 26(3), 186-194. PDF

Coifman, K.G., *Flynn, J.J. & Pinto, L.A. (2016). When Context Matters: Negative emotions predict psychological health and adjustment. Motivation & Emotion, 40(4), 602-624. PDF

2015

Gilman, T.L., Latsko, M., *Matt, L.M., *Flynn, J.J., de la Cruz Cabrera, O., Douglas, D., Jasnow, A.M., & Coifman, K.G. (2015) Variation of 5-HTTLPR and deficits in emotion regulation: A pathway to risk? Psychology & Neuroscience, 8(3). 397-413.


Shields, M.C., *Matt, L.M., & Coifman, K.G. (2015). Physical activity and negative emotion during peer-rejection: Evidence for emotion context sensitivity. Journal of Health Psychology, DOI: 10.1177/1359105315587139

2014

Harvey, M.M., Coifman, K.G., Ross, G., Kleinert, D. & Giardina, P. (2014). Contextually appropriate emotion-word use predicts adaptive health behavior: Emotion context sensitivity and treatment adherence. Journal of Health Psychology, online first: DOI: 10.1177/1359105314532152

2013

Zaki, L.F, Coifman, K.G., Berenson, K., Rafaeli, E. & Downey, G. (2013) Emotion Differentiation as a Protective Factor to Non-Suicidal Self Injury in Borderline Personality Disorder. Behavior Therapy, 44, 529-540.

2012

Coifman, K.G., Ross, G.S., Kleinert, D. & Giardina,P. (2012).  Negative Affect Differentiation and Adherence during Treatment for Thalassemia. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, DOI 10.1007/s12529-012-9277-7


Coifman, K.G., Berenson, K., Rafaeli, E. & Downey, G. (2012). From negative to positive and back again; Polarized affective and relational experiences in Borderline Personality Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121(3), 668-679.

2011

Berenson, K., Downey, G., Rafaeli, E., Coifman, K.G. & Leventhal, N. (2011). Perceived rejection as a trigger for rage in borderline personality disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 120(3), 681-690.

2010

Coifman, K.G. & Bonanno, G.A., (2010). When distress does not become depression; Emotion context sensitivity and adjustment to bereavement.  Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 119(3), 479-490.

 

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