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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

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Smartphone use and daily cognitive failures: A critical examination using a daily diary approach with objective smartphone measures.
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Potential and pitfalls of mobile mental health apps in traditional treatment: An umbrella review. 
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Relationship between contentment and working memory capacity: Experimental and naturalistic evidence.
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Cultivating positivity to achieve a resilient society: A critical narrative review from psychological perspectives. 
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Does trait self-esteem serve as a resilience factor in maintaining affective well-being? Findings from daily diary studies in Singapore and the United States.
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Dispositional gratitude, health-related factors, and lipid profiles in midlife: A biomarker study. 
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A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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A daily within-person investigation on the link between social expectancies to be busy and emotional well- being: The moderating role of emotional complexity acceptance.
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Situational factors shape moral judgments in the trolley dilemma in Eastern, Southern, and Western countries in a culturally diverse sample.
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Help-seeking tendencies and subjective well-being: A cross-cultural comparison of the United States and Japan. 
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Testing theoretical assumptions underlying the relation between anxiety, mind wandering, and task-switching: A diffusion model analysis. 
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Perceptions of emotional functionality: Similarities and differences among dignity, face, and honor cultures.
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Examining the generalizability of research findings from archival data.
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Does bedtime music listening improve subjective sleep quality and next-morning well-being in young adults? A randomized cross-over trial. 
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Cognitive barriers to COVID-19 vaccine uptake among older adults. 
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A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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A critical review on the moderating role of contextual factors in the associations between video gaming and well-being. 
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Dispositional optimism as a buffer against emotional reactivity to daily stressors: A daily diary approach.
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Older adult employment status and well-being: A Longitudinal bidirectional analysis.
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Subjective age and inflammation risk in adults: Findings from the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) studies. 
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Tears evoke the intention to offer social support: A systematic investigation of the interpersonal effects of emotional crying across 41 countries. 
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Is there evidence for cross-domain congruency sequence effect? A replication of Kan et al. (2013).
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Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies. 
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Does social media use increase depressive symptoms? A reverse causation perspective. 
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Developmental dyslexia and creativity: A meta-analysis. 
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Brief mindfulness breathing exercises and working memory capacity: Findings from two experimental approaches. 
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Subjective social status and inflammation: The role of culture and anger control. 
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Cognitive, social, emotional, and subjective health benefits of computer use in adults: A 9-year longitudinal study from the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS).
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The effect of state gratitude on cognitive flexibility: A within-subject experimental approach.
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A creative destruction approach to replication: Implicit work and sex morality across cultures. 
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Creative destruction in science.
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Culture moderates the link between perceived obligation and biological health risk: Evidence for culturally distinct pathways to achieving positive health outcomes.
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Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
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Putting adversity in perspective: Purpose in life moderates the link between childhood emotional abuse and neglect and adulthood depressive symptoms.
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The role of bilingual interactional contexts in predicting interindividual variability in executive functions: A latent variable analysis.
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Examining the cross-cultural validity of the Positive Affect and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS) between an Asian (Singaporean) sample and a Western (American) sample.
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Bidirectional Associations Between Obesity and Cognitive Function in Midlife Adults: A Longitudinal Study. 
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Dispositional gratitude moderates the association between socioeconomic status and interleukin-6.
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Executive functions and subjective well-being in middle and late adulthood: Evidence from the Midlife Development in the United States Study. 
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Does early active bilingualism enhance inhibitory control and monitoring? A propensity-matching analysis. 
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Commentary: Influence of smartphone addiction proneness of young children on problematic behaviors and emotional intelligence: Mediating self-assessment effects of parents using smartphones.
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Bilingualism narrows socioeconomic disparities in executive functions and self-regulatory behaviors during early childhood: Evidence from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study. 
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Effects of script variation, literacy skills, and immersion experience on executive attention: A comparison of matched monoscriptal and biscriptal bilinguals. 
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Registered Replication Report: Turri, Buckwalter, & Blouw (2015). 
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Measurement matters: Higher waist-to-hip ratio but not body mass index is associated with deficits in executive functions and episodic memory.
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An investigative approach to investigating bilingual advantages in cognitive decline: The Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing.
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Context counts: The different relations of weekday and weekend video gaming to academic performance in mathematics, reading, and science. 
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Registered replication report: Dijksterhuis & Van Knippenberg (1998).
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Bilingualism positively predicts mathematical competence: Evidence from two large-scale studies. 
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Bilingualism confers advantages in task switching: Evidence from the Dimensional Change Card Sort Task.
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Is the smartphone a smart choice? The effect of smartphone separation on executive functions. 
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Age matters: The effect of onset age of video game play on task-switching abilities. 
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The importance of bilingual experience in assessing bilingual advantages in executive functions.
Disparate bilingual experiences modulate task-switching advantages: A diffusion model analysis of the effects of interactional context on switch costs. 
The complex nature of bilinguals’ language usage modulates task-switching outcomes. 
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Conceptual representation changes in Indonesian-English bilinguals.



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Daily Stress

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Death-related thoughts over time

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Psychological aspects of COVID-19

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Stereotype threat & working memory

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Stress &


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Positive Emotions & Experiences

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Gratitude &

cognitive flexibility

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Optimism &

emotional reactivity

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Mindful breathing & executive functions

Gratitude & Lipid profiles

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Nature & Animals

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Human-animal interaction & human prosociality

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Nature exposure & executive functions

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Cat ownership &

human mortality

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& creativity

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Code-switching &

socio-cognitive outcomes

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Anxiety disorders & executive functions

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Musical Experiences