Jennifer Stellar
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Self-transcendent emotions and their social functions: Compassion, gratitude, and awe bind us to others through prosociality
JE Stellar, AM Gordon, PK Piff, D Cordaro, CL Anderson, Y Bai, ...
Emotion Review 9 (3), 200-207, 2017
Class and compassion: socioeconomic factors predict responses to suffering.
JE Stellar, VM Manzo, MW Kraus, D Keltner
Emotion 12 (3), 449, 2012
The virtues of gossip: reputational information sharing as prosocial behavior.
M Feinberg, R Willer, J Stellar, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (5), 1015, 2012
The dark side of the sublime: Distinguishing a threat-based variant of awe.
AM Gordon, JE Stellar, CL Anderson, GD McNeil, D Loew, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (2), 310, 2017
Positive affect and markers of inflammation: discrete positive emotions predict lower levels of inflammatory cytokines.
JE Stellar, N John-Henderson, CL Anderson, AM Gordon, GD McNeil, ...
Emotion 15 (2), 129, 2015
Awe, the diminished self, and collective engagement: Universals and cultural variations in the small self.
Y Bai, LA Maruskin, S Chen, AM Gordon, JE Stellar, GD McNeil, K Peng, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 113 (2), 185, 2017
Awe and humility.
JE Stellar, A Gordon, CL Anderson, PK Piff, GD McNeil, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (2), 258, 2018
Affective and physiological responses to the suffering of others: compassion and vagal activity.
JE Stellar, A Cohen, C Oveis, D Keltner
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (4), 572, 2015
Unethical and inept? The influence of moral information on perceptions of competence.
JE Stellar, R Willer
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 114 (2), 195, 2018
The psychology of entrenched privilege: High socioeconomic status individuals from affluent backgrounds are uniquely high in entitlement
S Côté, JE Stellar, R Willer, RC Forbes, SR Martin, EC Bianchi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (1), 70-88, 2021
Socioeconomic status and social support: social support reduces inflammatory reactivity for individuals whose early-life socioeconomic status was low
NA John-Henderson, JE Stellar, R Mendoza-Denton, DD Francis
Psychological Science 26 (10), 1620-1629, 2015
JE Stellar, D Keltner
The Guilford Press, 2014
Is touch in romantic relationships universally beneficial for psychological well-being? The role of attachment avoidance
A Debrot, JE Stellar, G MacDonald, D Keltner, EA Impett
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (10), 1495-1509, 2021
The corruption of value: Negative moral associations diminish the value of money
JE Stellar, R Willer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (1), 60-66, 2014
Profiles in empathy: Different empathic responses to emotional and physical suffering.
JE Stellar, CL Anderson, A Gatchpazian
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (7), 1398, 2020
When the selfish suffer: Evidence for selective prosocial emotional and physiological responses to suffering egoists
J Stellar, M Feinberg, D Keltner
Evolution and Human Behavior 35 (2), 140-147, 2014
When the Ones We Love Misbehave: Exploring Moral Processes within Intimate Bonds
RC Forbes, JE Stellar
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2021
The distinct effects of empathic accuracy for a romantic partner’s appeasement and dominance emotions
BM Le, S Côté, J Stellar, EA Impett
Psychological Science 31 (6), 607-622, 2020
Compassion in the autonomic nervous system: The role of the vagus nerve
JE Stellar, D Keltner
Compassion, 120-134, 2017
Awe helps us remember why it is important to forget the self
JE Stellar
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1501 (1), 81-84, 2021
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