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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.  2008.  Approach and avoidance motivation in close relationships. Social relationships: Cognitive, affective, and motivational processes. :219–234.PDF icon gable_2008.pdf (129.75 KB)
Gable SLyne.  1996.  Level and stability of day to day psychological well-being and vulnerability to depression.
Gable SL, Berkman ET.  2013.  Making Connections and Avoiding Loneliness: Approach and Avoidance Social Motives and Goals. Handbook of approach and avoidance motivation. :203.
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, Algoe SB.  2010.  Being there when things go right: Support processes for positive events. Support processes in intimate relationships. :200–216.
Gable SL.  2013.  Relationships: Capitalizing on positive events..
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, Impett EA.  2012.  Approach and avoidance motives and close relationships. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 6:95–108.PDF icon gable_impett_2012.pdf (126.8 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.  2011.  Approach and Avoidance Motivation. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Couples and Family Relationships. :193.
Gable SL, Strachman A.  2008.  Approaching social rewards and avoiding social punishments: Appetitive and aversive social motivation..