Sarah Pressman
Sarah Pressman
Professor of Psychological Science, University of California, Irvine
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Does positive affect influence health?
SD Pressman, S Cohen
Psychological bulletin 131 (6), 925, 2005
Loneliness, social network size, and immune response to influenza vaccination in college freshmen.
SD Pressman, S Cohen, GE Miller, A Barkin, BS Rabin, JJ Treanor
Health Psychology 24 (3), 297, 2005
Positive affect and health
S Cohen, SD Pressman
Current directions in psychological science 15 (3), 122-125, 2006
Association of enjoyable leisure activities with psychological and physical well-being
SD Pressman, KA Matthews, S Cohen, LM Martire, M Scheier, A Baum, ...
Psychosomatic medicine 71 (7), 725, 2009
If, why, and when subjective well‐being influences health, and future needed research
E Diener, SD Pressman, J Hunter, D Delgadillo‐Chase
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 9 (2), 133-167, 2017
Effects of internet use on health and depression: a longitudinal study
K Bessière, S Pressman, S Kiesler, R Kraut
Journal of medical Internet research 12 (1), e1149, 2010
Grin and bear it: The influence of manipulated facial expression on the stress response
TL Kraft, SD Pressman
Psychological science 23 (11), 1372-1378, 2012
Psychological stress and antibody response to influenza vaccination: when is the critical period for stress, and how does it get inside the body?
GE Miller, S Cohen, S Pressman, A Barkin, BS Rabin, JJ Treanor
Psychosomatic medicine 66 (2), 215-223, 2004
Positive affect and health: what do we know and where next should we go?
SD Pressman, BN Jenkins, JT Moskowitz
Annual Review of Psychology 70, 627-650, 2019
Stress-buffering hypothesis
S Cohen, S Pressman
Encyclopedia of health and behavior 2, 696-697, 2004
Positive affect and immune function
AL Marsland, S Pressman, S Cohen
Psychoneuroimmunology 2, 761-779, 2007
Optimism is universal: Exploring the presence and benefits of optimism in a representative sample of the world
MW Gallagher, SJ Lopez, SD Pressman
Journal of Personality 81 (5), 429-440, 2013
When the love hormone leads to violence: oxytocin increases intimate partner violence inclinations among high trait aggressive people
CN DeWall, O Gillath, SD Pressman, LL Black, JA Bartz, J Moskovitz, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (6), 691-697, 2014
Use of social words in autobiographies and longevity
SD Pressman, S Cohen
Psychosomatic Medicine 69 (3), 262-269, 2007
Is the emotion-health connection a “first-world problem”?
SD Pressman, MW Gallagher, SJ Lopez
Psychological science 24 (4), 544-549, 2013
Positive emotion word use and longevity in famous deceased psychologists.
SD Pressman, S Cohen
Health Psychology 31 (3), 297-305, 2012
Trait positive affect buffers the effects of acute stress on skin barrier recovery.
TF Robles, KP Brooks, SD Pressman
Health Psychology 28 (3), 373, 2009
Better cognitive control of emotional information is associated with reduced pro-inflammatory cytokine reactivity to emotional stress
GS Shields, SY Kuchenbecker, SD Pressman, KD Sumida, GM Slavich
Stress 19 (1), 63-68, 2016
It’s good to do good and receive good: The impact of a ‘pay it forward’style kindness intervention on giver and receiver well-being
SD Pressman, TL Kraft, MP Cross
The Journal of Positive Psychology 10 (4), 293-302, 2015
The influence of a motivational climate intervention on participants’ salivary cortisol and psychological responses
CM Hogue, MD Fry, AC Fry, SD Pressman
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (1), 85-97, 2013
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