Peter Koval
Peter Koval
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Melbourne
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The regulation of negative and positive affect in daily life.
K Brans, P Koval, P Verduyn, YL Lim, P Kuppens
Emotion 13 (5), 926, 2013
Blaming, praising, and protecting our humanity: The implications of everyday dehumanization for judgments of moral status
B Bastian, SM Laham, S Wilson, N Haslam, P Koval
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (3), 469-483, 2011
Getting stuck in depression: The roles of rumination and emotional inertia
P Koval, P Kuppens, NB Allen, L Sheeber
Cognition & emotion 26 (8), 1412-1427, 2012
Affect dynamics in relation to depressive symptoms: Variable, unstable or inert?
P Koval, ML Pe, K Meers, P Kuppens
Emotion 13 (6), 1132, 2013
The name-pronunciation effect: Why people like Mr. Smith more than Mr. Colquhoun
SM Laham, P Koval, AL Alter
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 752-756, 2012
Affective dynamics in psychopathology
TJ Trull, SP Lane, P Koval, UW Ebner-Priemer
Emotion Review 7 (4), 355-361, 2015
Changing emotion dynamics: individual differences in the effect of anticipatory social stress on emotional inertia.
P Koval, P Kuppens
Emotion 12 (2), 256, 2012
Negative emotion differentiation: Its personality and well-being correlates and a comparison of different assessment methods
Y Erbas, E Ceulemans, M Lee Pe, P Koval, P Kuppens
Cognition and Emotion 28 (7), 1196-1213, 2014
The wisdom to know the difference: strategy-situation fit in emotion regulation in daily life is associated with well-being
SJ Haines, J Gleeson, P Kuppens, T Hollenstein, J Ciarrochi, ...
Psychological science 27 (12), 1651-1659, 2016
Affective instability in daily life is predicted by resting heart rate variability
P Koval, B Ogrinz, P Kuppens, O Van den Bergh, F Tuerlinckx, S Sütterlin
PloS one 8 (11), e81536, 2013
Feeling bad about being sad: The role of social expectancies in amplifying negative mood.
B Bastian, P Kuppens, MJ Hornsey, J Park, P Koval, Y Uchida
Emotion 12 (1), 69, 2012
Emotional inertia and external events: The roles of exposure, reactivity, and recovery
P Koval, A Brose, ML Pe, M Houben, Y Erbas, D Champagne, P Kuppens
Emotion 15 (5), 625-636, 2015
Executive well-being: Updating of positive stimuli in working memory is associated with subjective well-being
ML Pe, P Koval, P Kuppens
Cognition 126 (2), 335-340, 2013
Sexual objectification in women's daily lives: A smartphone ecological momentary assessment study
E Holland, P Koval, M Stratemeyer, F Thomson, N Haslam
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 314-333, 2017
Emotional inertia contributes to depressive symptoms beyond perseverative thinking
A Brose, F Schmiedek, P Koval, P Kuppens
Cognition and Emotion 29 (3), 527-538, 2015
Moderated online social therapy for depression relapse prevention in young people: pilot study of a ‘next generation’online intervention
S Rice, J Gleeson, C Davey, S Hetrick, A Parker, R Lederman, G Wadley, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 12 (4), 613-625, 2018
Interference resolution moderates the impact of rumination and reappraisal on affective experiences in daily life
ML Pe, F Raes, P Koval, K Brans, P Verduyn, P Kuppens
Cognition & emotion 27 (3), 492-501, 2013
Emotion regulation and the temporal dynamics of emotions: Effects of cognitive reappraisal and expressive suppression on emotional inertia
P Koval, EA Butler, T Hollenstein, D Lanteigne, P Kuppens
Cognition and Emotion 29 (5), 831-851, 2015
Our flaws are more human than yours: Ingroup bias in humanizing negative characteristics
P Koval, SM Laham, N Haslam, B Bastian, JA Whelan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (3), 283-295, 2012
Emotional inertia is associated with lower well-being when controlling for differences in emotional context
P Koval, S Sütterlin, P Kuppens
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1997, 2016
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