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Featured Publications  Hisler, G. ... , 2020, Neuroticism as the intensity, reactivity, and variability in day-to-day affect, J Res Pers

 Hittner, E. ... , 2019, Socioeconomic status as a moderator of the link between reappraisal and anxiety: Laboratory-based and longitudinal evidence., Emotion

 Tracy, E. ... , 2020, For better or for worse: Health and marital quality during midlife.,  J Aging Health

 Ellis, E. ... , 2019, Direct and indirect associations of cognitive reappraisal and suppression with disease biomarkers., Psychol Health

 Reiff, J. ... , 2020, Identity over time: Perceived similarity between selves predicts well-being 10 years later. , Soc Psychol Personal Sci.

 Wardecker, B. ... , 2020, Perceived discrimination predicts elevated biological markers of inflammation among sexual minority adults., J Behav Med

 Shane, J., ... , 2019, Subjective age at work: Feeling younger or older than one's actual age predicts perceived control and motivation at work, Work Aging Retire

 Wardecker, B. ... , 2019, Life satisfaction across adulthood in bisexual men and women: Findings from the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study., Arch Sex Behav


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