Jeff T. Larsen
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Negative information weighs more heavily on the brain: the negativity bias in evaluative categorizations.
TA Ito, JT Larsen, NK Smith, JT Cacioppo
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (4), 887, 1998
The psychophysiology of emotion
JT Cacioppo, DJ Klein, GG Berntson, E Hatfield
New York: Guilford, 1993
Can people feel happy and sad at the same time?
JT Larsen, AP McGraw, JT Cacioppo
Journal of personality and social psychology 81 (4), 684, 2001
Perceiving an object and its context in different cultures: A cultural look at new look
S Kitayama, S Duffy, T Kawamura, JT Larsen
Psychological science 14 (3), 201-206, 2003
Effects of positive and negative affect on electromyographic activity over zygomaticus major and corrugator supercilii
JT Larsen, CJ Norris, JT Cacioppo
Psychophysiology 40 (5), 776-785, 2003
May I have your attention, please: Electrocortical responses to positive and negative stimuli
NK Smith, JT Cacioppo, JT Larsen, TL Chartrand
Neuropsychologia 41 (2), 171-183, 2003
The affect system: Architecture and operating characteristics
JT Cacioppo, GG Berntson
Current directions in psychological science 8 (5), 133-137, 1999
Further evidence for mixed emotions.
JT Larsen, AP McGraw
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (6), 1095, 2011
Context dependence of the event‐related brain potential associated with reward and punishment
CB Holroyd, JT Larsen, JD Cohen
Psychophysiology 41 (2), 245-253, 2004
The good, the bad and the neutral: electrophysiological responses to feedback stimuli
CB Holroyd, G Hajcak, JT Larsen
Brain research 1105 (1), 93-101, 2006
The agony of victory and thrill of defeat: Mixed emotional reactions to disappointing wins and relieving losses
JT Larsen, A Peter McGraw, BA Mellers, JT Cacioppo
Psychological science 15 (5), 325-330, 2004
The psychophysiology of emotion
JT Larsen, GG Berntson, KM Poehlmann, TA Ito, JT Cacioppo
Handbook of emotions 3, 180-195, 2008
Turning adversity to advantage: On the virtues of the coactivation of positive and negative emotions.
JT Larsen, SH Hemenover, CJ Norris, JT Cacioppo
American Psychological Association, 2003
Neuroticism is associated with larger and more prolonged electrodermal responses to emotionally evocative pictures
CJ Norris, JT Larsen, JT Cacioppo
Psychophysiology 44 (5), 823-826, 2007
Being bad isn't always good: affective context moderates the attention bias toward negative information.
NK Smith, JT Larsen, TL Chartrand, JT Cacioppo, HA Katafiasz, KE Moran
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (2), 210, 2006
The evaluative space grid: a single-item measure of positivity and negativity
JT Larsen, CJ Norris, AP McGraw, LC Hawkley, JT Cacioppo
Cognition and Emotion 23 (3), 453-480, 2009
Comparing gains and losses
AP McGraw, JT Larsen, D Kahneman, D Schkade
Psychological science 21 (10), 1438-1445, 2010
A meta-analysis of the facial feedback literature: Effects of facial feedback on emotional experience are small and variable.
NA Coles, JT Larsen, HC Lench
Psychological bulletin 145 (6), 610, 2019
The case for mixed emotions
JT Larsen, AP McGraw
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 8 (6), 263-274, 2014
Exploring the valence‐framing effect: Negative framing enhances attitude strength
GY Bizer, JT Larsen, RE Petty
Political psychology 32 (1), 59-80, 2011
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