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*Seah, T. H. S., & Coifman, K. G. (in press). Emotion differentiation and behavioral dysregulation in clinical and non-clinical samples: A meta-analysis. Emotion.
*Aurora, P., & Coifman, K. G.(2020). Unpacking social avoidance and substance use in social anxiety: Does extraversion explain behavior variability?. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 1-12. doi.org/10.1007/s10862-020-09844-1
*Seah, T. H. S., *Matt, L. M., & Coifman, K. G. (2020). Spontaneous self-distancing mediates the association between working memory capacity and emotion regulation success. Clinical Psychological Science. doi.org/10.1177/2167702620953636
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.