John A. Updegraff
John A. Updegraff
Professor of Psychology, Kent State University
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Biobehavioral responses to stress in females: tend-and-befriend, not fight-or-flight.
SE Taylor, LC Klein, BP Lewis, TL Gruenewald, RAR Gurung, ...
Psychological review 107 (3), 411, 2000
Health Psychology: An Introduction to Behavior and Health
L Brannon, J Feist, JA Updegraff
Cengage, 2013
Health message framing effects on attitudes, intentions, and behavior: a meta-analytic review
KM Gallagher, JA Updegraff
Annals of behavioral medicine 43 (1), 101-116, 2012
Mindfulness and its relationship to emotional regulation.
CLM Hill, JA Updegraff
Emotion 12 (1), 81, 2012
From vulnerability to growth: Positive and negative effects of stressful life events.
JA Updegraff, SE Taylor
Brunner-Routledge, 2000
Dispositional motivations and message framing: a test of the congruency hypothesis in college students.
T Mann, D Sherman, J Updegraff
Health Psychology 23 (3), 330, 2004
Searching for and finding meaning in collective trauma: results from a national longitudinal study of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
JA Updegraff, RC Silver, EA Holman
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (3), 709, 2008
Approach/avoidance motivation, message framing, and health behavior: Understanding the congruency effect
DK Sherman, T Mann, JA Updegraff
Motivation and emotion 30 (2), 164-168, 2006
Positive and negative effects of HIV infection in women with low socioeconomic resources
JA Updegraff, SE Taylor, ME Kemeny, GE Wyatt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (3), 382-394, 2002
The effects of message quality and congruency on perceptions of tailored health communications
JA Updegraff, DK Sherman, FS Luyster, TL Mann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 249-257, 2007
From culture to priming conditions: Self-construal influences on life satisfaction judgments
EM Suh, ED Diener, JA Updegraff
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39 (1), 3-15, 2008
What Makes Experiences Satisfying? The Interaction of Approach-Avoidance Motivations and Emotions in Well-Being.
JA Updegraff, SL Gable, SE Taylor
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (3), 496, 2004
Dispositional mindfulness moderates the effects of stress among adolescents: Rumination as a mediator
JA Ciesla, LC Reilly, KS Dickson, AS Emanuel, JA Updegraff
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 41 (6), 760-770, 2012
Female responses to stress: Tend and befriend, not fight or flight
SE Taylor, LC Klein, BP Lewis, TL Gruenewald, RAR Gurung, ...
Psychological Review 107 (3), 411-429, 2000
Theory of planned behavior explains gender difference in fruit and vegetable consumption
AS Emanuel, SN McCully, KM Gallagher, JA Updegraff
Appetite 59 (3), 693-697, 2012
Health message framing: Moderators, mediators, and mysteries
JA Updegraff, AJ Rothman
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (9), 668-679, 2013
Perceived susceptibility to breast cancer moderates the effect of gain-and loss-framed messages on use of screening mammography.
KM Gallagher, JA Updegraff, AJ Rothman, L Sims
Health Psychology 30 (2), 145, 2011
Specifying when and how gain-and loss-framed messages motivate healthy behavior: An integrated approach
AJ Rothman, JA Updegraff
Perspectives on framing, 257-278, 2010
The role of mindfulness facets in affective forecasting
AS Emanuel, JA Updegraff, DA Kalmbach, JA Ciesla
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (7), 815-818, 2010
Using the Internet to help with diet, weight, and physical activity: results from the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS)
SN McCully, BP Don, JA Updegraff
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (8), e148, 2013
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