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Featured Publications  Burrow, A. ... , 2014, Perceived change in life satisfaction and daily negative affect: The moderating role of purpose in life.,  J Happiness Stud

 Karlamangla, A. ... , 2013, Daytime trajectories of cortisol: Demographic and socioeconomic differences- findings from the National Study of Daily Experiences. , Psychoneuroendocrinology

 Li, A., ... , 2015, The psychological well-being of disability caregivers: Examining the roles of family strain, family-to-work conflict, and perceived supervisor support., J Occup Health Psychol

 Whisman, M. ... , 2012, Marital adjustment and interleukin-6 (IL-6)., J Fam Psychol

 Schnittker, J., ... , 2012, Learning to do well or learning to do good? Estimating the effects of schooling on civic engagement, social cohesion, and labor market outcomes in the presence of endowments. , Soc Sci Res

 Crowley, O. ... , 2015, Vagal recovery from cognitive challenge moderates age-related deficits in executive functioning., Res Aging

 Cohen, M., ... , 2015, The association between bereavement and biomarkers of inflammation. , Behav Med

 Qian, X. ... , 2014, Using the dynamic model of affect (DMA) to examine leisure time as a stress coping resource: Taking into account stress severity and gender difference., J Leis Res

 Mezick, E. ... , 2014, Associations of self-reported and actigraphy-assessed sleep characteristics with body mass index and waist circumference in adults: Moderation by gender. , Sleep Med

 Turiano, N. ... , 2013, Big 5 personality traits and interleukin-6: Evidence for "healthy neuroticism" in a U.S. Population sample., Brain Behav Immun


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