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Gable SL, Gosnell CL.  2011.  The positive side of close relationships. Designing positive psychology taking stock and moving forward. :265–79.
Gable SL, Gosnell CL, Maisel NC, Strachman A.  2012.  Safely testing the alarm: Close others' responses to personal positive events.. Journal of personality and social psychology. 103:963.PDF icon gable_gosnell_et_al._2012.pdf (700.15 KB)
Gable SL, Algoe SB.  2010.  Being there when things go right: Support processes for positive events. Support processes in intimate relationships. :200–216.
Gable SL.  2012.  Regulating Incentives and Threats in Close Relationships. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Couples and Family Relationships. :193–206.
Gable SL, Prok T.  2012.  20 Avoiding the Pitfalls and Approaching the Promises of Close Relationships. The Oxford Handbook of Human Motivation. :350.
Gable SL.  2011.  Approach and Avoidance Motivation. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Couples and Family Relationships. :193.
Gable SLyne.  1996.  Level and stability of day to day psychological well-being and vulnerability to depression.
Gable SL, Strachman A.  2008.  Approaching social rewards and avoiding social punishments: Appetitive and aversive social motivation..
Gable SL, Gonzaga GC, Strachman A.  2006.  Will you be there for me when things go right? Supportive responses to positive event disclosures. Journal of personality and social psychology. 91:904.PDF icon gable_gonzaga_strachman_2006.pdf (137.37 KB)
Gable SL, Reis HT, Elliot AJ.  2003.  Evidence for bivariate systems: An empirical test of appetition and aversion across domains. Journal of Research in Personality. 37:349–372.
Gable SL, Reis HT, Downey G.  2003.  He said, she said a quasi-signal detection analysis of daily interactions between close relationship partners. Psychological Science. 14:100–105.PDF icon gable_reis_downey_2003.pdf (1.42 MB)
Gable SL.  2006.  Approach and avoidance social motives and goals. Journal of personality. 74:175–222.PDF icon gable_2006.pdf (256.49 KB)
Gable SL, Nezlek JB.  1998.  Level and instability of day-to-day psychological well-being and risk for depression.. Journal of personality and social psychology. 74:129.PDF icon gable_nezlek_1998.pdf (847.83 KB)
Gable SL.  2013.  Approaching Rewards and Avoiding Threats in Close Relationships. The Science of the Couple: The Ontario Symposium. 12:59.
Gable SL, Reis HT.  2001.  Appetitive and aversive social interaction. Close romantic relationships: Maintenance and enhancement. :169–194.
Gable SL, Reis HT, Impett EA, Asher ER.  2004.  What do you do when things go right? The intrapersonal and interpersonal benefits of sharing positive events. Journal of personality and social psychology. 87:228.PDF icon gable_et_al._2004.pdf (112.15 KB)
Gable SL, Reis HT.  1999.  Now and then, them and us, this and that: Studying relationships across time, partner, context, and person. Personal Relationships. 6:415–432.PDF icon gable_reis_1999.pdf (1.52 MB)
Gable SL, Reis HT, Elliot AJ.  2000.  Behavioral activation and inhibition in everyday life.. Journal of personality and social psychology. 78:1135.PDF icon gable_reis_elliot_2000.pdf (1.69 MB)
Gosnell CL, Gable SL.  2013.  Attachment and capitalizing on positive events. Attachment & human development. 15:281–302.
Gross EF, Juvonen J, Gable SL.  2002.  Internet use and well-being in adolescence. Journal of Social Issues. 58:75–90.PDF icon gross_et_al._2002.pdf (257.56 KB)