Found 74 results
Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Journal Article
Scinta A, Gable SL.  2005.  Performance comparisons and attachment: An investigation of competitive responses in close relationships. Personal Relationships. 12:357–372.PDF icon scinta_gable_2005.pdf (169.73 KB)
Yee CI, Gonzaga GC, Gable SL.  2014.  Positive Emotions in Close Relationships. Handbook of Positive Emotions.
Gable SL, Gosnell CL.  2011.  The positive side of close relationships. Designing positive psychology taking stock and moving forward. :265–79.
Gable SL.  2012.  Regulating Incentives and Threats in Close Relationships. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Couples and Family Relationships. :193–206.
Gable SL.  2013.  Relationships: Capitalizing on positive events..
Maisel NC, Gable SL, Strachman A.  2008.  Responsive behaviors in good times and in bad. Personal Relationships. 15:317–338.PDF icon maisel_et_al._2008.pdf (266.09 KB)
Arican-Dinc B, Gable SL.  2023.  Responsiveness in romantic partners’ interactions. Current Opinion in Psychology. 53:101652.PDF icon full article (278.61 KB)
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)
Algoe SB, Fredrickson BL, Gable SL.  2013.  The social functions of the emotion of gratitude via expression.. Emotion. 13:605.
Gable SL, Bedrov A.  2022.  Social isolation and social support in good times and bad times. Current Opinion in Psychology. 44:89-93.PDF icon full article (348.81 KB)
Dickerson SS, Gable SL, Irwin MR, Aziz N, Kemeny ME.  2009.  Social-Evaluative Threat and Proinflammatory Cytokine Regulation An Experimental Laboratory Investigation. Psychological Science. 20:1237–1244.PDF icon dickerson_et_al._2009.pdf (151.04 KB)
Beals KP, Peplau LAnne, Gable SL.  2009.  Stigma management and well-being: The role of perceived social support, emotional processing, and suppression. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. PDF icon beals_et_al._2009.pdf (356.3 KB)
Bedrov A, Gable SL.  2023.  Thriving together: the benefits of women's social ties for physical, psychological and relationship health. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 378:20210441.PDF icon full article (233.01 KB)
Norman JB, Fuesting MA, Geerling DM, Chen JM, Gable SL, Diekman AB.  2022.  To Pursue or Not to Pursue STEM? Faculty Behavior Enhances Student Involvement in STEM Roles by Signaling Role-Specific Support Social Psychological and Personality Science. 13:583-594.PDF icon full article (578.9 KB)
Reis HT, Gable SL.  2003.  Toward a positive psychology of relationships..
Gable SL, Haidt J.  2005.  What (and why) is positive psychology? Review of general psychology. 9:103.PDF icon gable_haidt_2005.pdf (57.91 KB)
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)
Updegraff JA, Gable SL, Taylor SE.  2004.  What makes experiences satisfying? The interaction of approach-avoidance motivations and emotions in well-being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 86:496.PDF icon updegraff_et_al._2004.pdf (104.18 KB)
Strachman A, Gable SL.  2006.  What you want (and do not want) affects what you see (and do not see): Avoidance social goals and social events. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 32:1446–1458.PDF icon strachman_gable_2006_b.pdf (99.59 KB)
Gable SL, Poore J.  2008.  Which thoughts count? Algorithms for evaluating satisfaction in relationships Psychological Science. 19:1030–1036.PDF icon gable_poore_2008.pdf (120.77 KB)
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)
Gregory AJP, Anderson JF, Gable SL.  2020.  You don't know how it feels: Accuracy in emotion perception predicts responsiveness of support.. Emotion. 20(3):343-352.PDF icon full article (166.34 KB)