Papers published this year

Current and former lab members have published several papers this year:

Greater positive expectations regarding aging are related to more new friends in the Baltimore ExperienceCorps study. PubMed

From the Families and Health study, papers demonstrating:

  • Children with greater negative emotional “reactivity” to marital conflict show shorter leukocyte telomere length. PubMed
  • Whether and how intensive repeated measures lead to measurement reactivity and fatigue. PubMed
  • Whether changes in parent-child conflict over time are related to changes in daily HPA axis functioning. PubMed
  • The process of spillover from work to home, and potential affective mecahnisms. PubMed

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