Ariana Orvell
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Passive Facebook usage undermines affective well-being: Experimental and longitudinal evidence.
P Verduyn, DS Lee, J Park, H Shablack, A Orvell, J Bayer, O Ybarra, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (2), 480, 2015
4172015
How “you” makes meaning
A Orvell, E Kross, SA Gelman
Science 355 (6331), 1299-1302, 2017
332017
That’s how “you” do it: Generic you expresses norms during early childhood
A Orvell, E Kross, SA Gelman
Journal of experimental child psychology 165, 183-195, 2018
202018
Third‐Person Self‐Talk Reduces Ebola Worry and Risk Perception by Enhancing Rational Thinking
E Kross, BD Vickers, A Orvell, I Gainsburg, TP Moran, M Boyer, J Jonides, ...
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 9 (3), 387-409, 2017
132017
Linguistic Shifts: A Relatively Effortless Route to Emotion Regulation?
A Orvell, Ayduk, JS Moser, SA Gelman, E Kross
Current Directions in Psychological Science, 0963721419861411, 2019
102019
When chatting about negative experiences helps—and when it hurts: Distinguishing adaptive versus maladaptive social support in computer-mediated communication.
DS Lee, A Orvell, J Briskin, T Shrapnell, SA Gelman, O Ayduk, O Ybarra, ...
Emotion, 2019
42019
Lessons learned: Young children’s use of generic-you to make meaning from negative experiences.
A Orvell, E Kross, SA Gelman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (1), 184, 2019
42019
HOW SELF-TALK PROMOTES SELF-REGULATION
A Orvell, E Kross
Current Directions in Ostracism, Social Exclusion and Rejection Research, 82, 2019
22019
“You” and “I” in a foreign land: The persuasive force of generic-you
A Orvell, E Kross, SA Gelman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 85, 103869, 2019
12019
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