Publications of Patty Van Cappellen

Journal Articles

  1. Van Cappellen, P; Catalino, LI; Fredrickson, BL (2020). A new micro-intervention to increase the enjoyment and continued practice of meditation.. Emotion, 20(8), 1332-1343.
  2. Van Cappellen, P; Saroglou, V (2012). Awe activates religious and spiritual feelings and behavioral intentions. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 4(3), 223-236.
  3. van Cappellen, P; Corneille, O; Cols, S; Saroglou, V (2011). Beyond mere compliance to authoritative figures: Religious priming increases conformity to informational influence among submissive people. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 21(2), 97-105.
  4. Galdiolo, S; Gaugue, J; Mikolajczak, M; Van Cappellen, P (2020). Development of Trait Emotional Intelligence in Response to Childbirth: A Longitudinal Couple Perspective.. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 560127.
  5. Fredrickson, BL; Arizmendi, C; Van Cappellen, P; Firestine, AM; Brantley, MM; Kim, SL; Brantley, J; Salzberg, S (2019). Do Contemplative Moments Matter? Effects of Informal Meditation on Emotions and Perceived Social Integration. Mindfulness, 10(9), 1915-1925.
  6. Van Cappellen, P; Way, BM; Isgett, SF; Fredrickson, BL (2016). Effects of oxytocin administration on spirituality and emotional responses to meditation.. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 11(10), 1579-1587.
  7. Van Cappellen, P; Edwards, M (2021). Emotion Expression in Context: Full Body Postures of Christian Prayer Orientations Compared to Specific Emotions. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior.
  8. Clobert, M; Van Cappellen, P; Bourdon, M; Cohen, AB (2016). Good day for Leos: Horoscope's influence on perception, cognitive performances, and creativity. Personality and Individual Differences, 101, 348-355.
  9. Łowicki, P; Zajenkowski, M; Van Cappellen, P (2020). It's the heart that matters: The relationships among cognitive mentalizing ability, emotional empathy, and religiosity. Personality and Individual Differences, 161, 109976-109976.
  10. Van Cappellen, P (2012). La fierté dans les Psaumes, ou le paradoxe de la glorification de soi en Dieu. [Pride in the Psalms, or the paradox of self-glorification in God]. Revue Théologique De Louvain, 43, 341-362.
  11. Van Oyen, G; Van Cappellen, P (2015). Mark 15,34 and the real reader: the Results of an empirical survey. Ephemerides Theologica Lovanienses, 91, 569-599-569-599.
  12. Van Cappellen, P; Rice, EL; Catalino, LI; Fredrickson, BL (2018). Positive affective processes underlie positive health behaviour change.. Psychology & Health, 33(1), 77-97.
  13. Fredrickson, BL; Boulton, AJ; Firestine, AM; Van Cappellen, P; Algoe, SB; Brantley, MM; Kim, SL; Brantley, J; Salzberg, S (2017). Positive Emotion Correlates of Meditation Practice: A Comparison of Mindfulness Meditation and Loving-kindness Meditation.. Mindfulness, 8(6), 1623-1633.
  14. Van Cappellen, P; LaBouff, JP (2020). Prejudice toward Christians and atheists among members of nonreligious groups: Attitudes, behaviors, and mechanisms. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.
  15. Van Cappellen, P (2012). Pride in the Psalms or the paradox of self-glorification in God. Revue Theologique De Louvain, 43(3), 341-362.
  16. Van Cappellen, P; Toth-Gauthier, M; Saroglou, V; Fredrickson, BL (2016). Religion and Well-Being: The Mediating Role of Positive Emotions. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(2), 485-505.
  17. Van Cappellen, P; Saroglou, V; Toth-Gauthier, M (2016). Religiosity and Prosocial Behavior Among Churchgoers: Exploring Underlying Mechanisms. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 26(1), 19-30.
  18. Van Cappellen, P; Fredrickson, BL; Saroglou, V; Corneille, O (2017). Religiosity and the Motivation for Social Affiliation.. Personality and Individual Differences, 113, 24-31.
  19. Van Cappellen, P (2017). Rethinking self-transcendent positive emotions and religion: Insights from psychological and biblical research.. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 9(3), 254-263.
  20. Fredrickson, BL; Arizmendi, C; Van Cappellen, P (2021). Same-day, cross-day, and upward spiral relations between positive affect and positive health behaviours.. Psychology & Health, 36(4), 444-460.
  21. Van Cappellen, P; Saroglou, V; Iweins, C; Piovesana, M; Fredrickson, BL (2013). Self-transcendent positive emotions increase spirituality through basic world assumptions.. Cognition and Emotion, 27(8), 1378-1394.
  22. Saroglou, V; Corneille, O; van Cappellen, P (2009). Speak, lord, your servant is listening: Religious priming activates submissive thoughts and behaviors. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 19(3), 143-154.
  23. Van Cappellen, P (2020). The emotion of joy: commentary on Johnson. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 15(1), 40-43.
  24. Van Cappellen, P (2011). Un rituel collectif: Analyse de 1 Ch 15-16 selon le modèle de E. Durkheim [A collective ritual : analyze of 1 Chr 15-16 from E. Durkheim’s perspective]. Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament, 25(2), 289-302.
  25. Don, BP; Van Cappellen, P; Fredrickson, BL (2021). Understanding Engagement in and Affective Experiences During Physical Activity: The Role of Meditation Interventions.. Psychosomatic Medicine, 83(6), 592-601.
  26. Van Cappellen, P; Edwards, ME; Fredrickson, BL (2021). Upward spirals of positive emotions and religious behaviors.. Current Opinion in Psychology, 40, 92-98.

Chapters in Books

  1. Van Cappellen, P; Rimé, B "Positive emotions and self-transcendence." Religion, Personality, and Social Behavior. PSYCHOLOGY PRESS, July, 2013