Brett Peters
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Reappraising stress arousal improves performance and reduces evaluation anxiety in classroom exam situations
JP Jamieson, BJ Peters, EJ Greenwood, AJ Altose
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (6), 579-587, 2016
Machine learning uncovers the most robust self-report predictors of relationship quality across 43 longitudinal couples studies
S Joel, PW Eastwick, CJ Allison, XB Arriaga, ZG Baker, E Bar-Kalifa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19061-19071, 2020
Rethinking butterflies: the affective, physiological, and performance effects of reappraising arousal during social evaluation.
ML Beltzer, MK Nock, BJ Peters, JP Jamieson
Emotion 14 (4), 761, 2014
Physiological and cognitive consequences of suppressing and expressing emotion in dyadic interactions
BJ Peters, NC Overall, JP Jamieson
International Journal of Psychophysiology 94 (1), 100-107, 2014
Making the good even better: A review and theoretical model of interpersonal capitalization
BJ Peters, HT Reis, SL Gable
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (7), e12407, 2018
The consequences of suppressing affective displays in romantic relationships: A challenge and threat perspective.
BJ Peters, JP Jamieson
Emotion 16 (7), 1050-1066, 2016
Examining associations between COVID-19 stressors, intimate partner violence, health, and health behaviors
AM Gresham, BJ Peters, G Karantzas, LD Cameron, JA Simpson
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 38 (8), 2291-2307, 2021
Sympathy for the devil? The physiological and psychological effects of being an agent (and target) of dissent during intragroup conflict
JP Jamieson, P Valdesolo, BJ Peters
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 221-227, 2014
Does expressing emotions enhance perceptual accuracy of negative emotions during relationship interactions?
NC Overall, MS Clark, GJO Fletcher, BJ Peters, VT Chang
Emotion 20 (3), 353, 2020
Cardiovascular indexes of threat impair responsiveness in situations of conflicting interests
BJ Peters, HT Reis, JP Jamieson
International Journal of Psychophysiology 123, 2018
“Your tone says it all”: The processing and interpretation of affective language
JM Roche, B Peters, R Dale
Speech Communication 66, 47-64, 2015
Attachment anxiety and the curvilinear effects of expressive suppression on individuals’ and partners’ outcomes.
YU Girme, BJ Peters, LR Baker, NC Overall, GJO Fletcher, HT Reis, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 121 (3), 524-547, 2021
The role of implicit sexual desire in romantic relationships
DC de Jong, HT Reis, BJ Peters, C DeHaan, GE Birnbaum
Personality and Individual Differences 149, 46-56, 2019
Microbes and mental health: Can the microbiome help explain clinical heterogeneity in psychiatry?
CL Hayes, BJ Peters, JA Foster
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 58, 100849, 2020
Perceptions of romantic partners’ emotional suppression are more biased than accurate.
BJ Peters, NC Overall
Emotion 20 (8), 1485-1489, 2020
The consequences of having a dominant romantic partner on testosterone responses during a social interaction
BJ Peters, MD Hammond, HT Reis, JP Jamieson
Psychoneuroendocrinology 74, 308-315, 2016
Partners’ attachment insecurity predicts greater physiological threat in anticipation of attachment-relevant interactions
BJ Peters, NC Overall, YU Girme, JP Jamieson
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (2), 469-489, 2019
Do habitual emotional suppression measures predict response-focused situational suppression during social interactions?
BJ Peters, NC Overall, LD Cameron, MD Hammond, RST Low, YU Girme
Emotion 20 (6), 1005-1019, 2020
Promoting intimacy: Strategies suggested by the appetitive side
HT Reis, DC De Jong, KY Lee, SD O’keefe, BJ Peters
Positive approaches to optimal relationship development, 3-29, 2016
The intrapersonal and interpersonal consequences of a new experimental manipulation of co-rumination.
A Tudder, M Wilkinson, AM Gresham, BJ Peters
Emotion 23 (4), 1190, 2023
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