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Featured Publications  Cukic, I., ... , 2015, The association between neuroticism and heart rate variability is not fully explained by cardiovascular disease and depression., PLOS One

 Friedman, E. ... , 2015, Early life adversity and adult biological risk profiles, Psychosom Med

 Tsenkova, V., ... , 2014, Childhood socioeconomic disadvantage and prediabetes and diabetes in later life: A study of biopsychosocial pathways., Psychosom Med

 Lapate, R. ... , 2014, Prolonged marital stress is associated with reduced maintenance of the response to positive stimuli., Psychophysiology

 Dmitrieva, N. ... , 2013, A day-centered approach to modeling cortisol: Diurnal cortisol profiles and their associations among U.S. Adults., Psychoneuroendocrinology

 Weiss, D., ... , 2016, The interplay of subjective social status and essentialist beliefs about cognitive aging on cortisol reactivity to challenge in older adults., Psychophysiology

 Zyphur, M. ... , 2015, Income, personality, and subjective financial well-being: The role of gender in their genetic and environmental relationships. , Front Psychol

 Smith, L., ... , 2012, Daily health symptoms of mothers of adolescents and adults with fragile X syndrome and mothers of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder., J Autism Dev Disord

 Cornman, J. ... , 2015, Socioeconomic status and biological markers of health: An examination of adults in the United States and Taiwan., J Aging Health

 Boehm, J. ... , 2013, The association between optimism and serum antioxidants in the Midlife in the United States Study., Psychosom Med

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