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Patty Van Cappellen, Assistant Research Professor in the Social Science Research Institute

Patty Van Cappellen

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  1. Van Cappellen, P; Ladd, KL; Cassidy, S; Edwards, ME; Fredrickson, BL (2022). Bodily feedback: expansive and upward posture facilitates the experience of positive affect.. Cognition and Emotion, 36(7), 1327-1342. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Van Cappellen, P; Edwards, ME; Shiota, MN (2022). Shades of expansiveness: Postural expression of dominance, high-arousal positive affect, and warmth.. Emotion. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Don, BP; Van Cappellen, P; Fredrickson, BL (2022). Training in Mindfulness or Loving-kindness Meditation Is Associated with Lower Variability in Social Connectedness Across Time. Mindfulness, 13(5), 1173-1184. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Van Cappellen, P; LaBouff, JP (2022). Prejudice toward Christians and atheists among members of nonreligious groups: Attitudes, behaviors, and mechanisms. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 25(1), 3-25. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Freeburg, PA; Cappellen, PV; Ratchford, JL; Schnitker, SA (2022). Meaning Behind the Movement: Attributing Sacred Meaning to Fluid and Nonfluid Arm Movements Increases Self-Transcendent Positive Emotions and Buffers the Effects of Nonfluidity on Positive Emotions. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. [doi]  [abs]

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