Tabitha Kirkland
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Emotion, cognition, and the classical elements of mind
WA Cunningham, T Kirkland
Emotion Review 4 (4), 369-370, 2012
582012
Mapping emotions through time: How affective trajectories inform the language of emotion.
T Kirkland, WA Cunningham
Emotion 12 (2), 268, 2012
492012
The joyful, yet balanced, amygdala: moderated responses to positive but not negative stimuli in trait happiness
WA Cunningham, T Kirkland
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (6), 760-766, 2014
382014
Feeling stuck in the present? Mania proneness and history associated with present-oriented time perspective.
J Gruber, WA Cunningham, T Kirkland, AC Hay
Emotion 12 (1), 13, 2012
382012
Yearning to be heard
LPM Thomas, LA Palinkas, EA Meier, A Iglewicz, T Kirkland, S Zisook
Crisis, 2014
212014
Neural basis of affect and emotion
T Kirkland, WA Cunningham
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 2 (6), 656-665, 2011
192011
Comparing happiness and hypomania risk: A study of extraversion and neuroticism aspects
T Kirkland, J Gruber, WA Cunningham
PloS one 10 (7), e0132438, 2015
142015
Attitudes, evaluation, and emotion regulation.
CR Jones, T Kirkland, WA Cunningham
Guilford Press, 2014
82014
Relationships Between Positive and Negative Affect in Happiness and Hypomania Risk
T Kirkland
The Ohio State University, 2015
2015
News, Announcements, IASP 213
Y Gvion, Y Levi-Belz, A Apter, MD Tóth, S Ádám, E Birkás, A Székely, ...
Crisis 35 (3), 2014
2014
Emotion Categories Reflect Affective Trajectories Through Time
T Kirkland
The Ohio State University, 2010
2010
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