Jennifer S. Cheavens, Ph.D.

Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
treatment development, hope, human strengths and flourishing
"Jennifer Cheavens"
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Charles R. Snyder grad student 2002 University of Kansas (Neurotree)


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Cinthia Benitez grad student Vanderbilt (Neurotree)
Vibh Afton Forsythe grad student 2014 Ohio State
Jane Eillen Heiy grad student 2014 Ohio State
Ciara Stigen grad student 2014 Ohio State (Neurotree)
Sophie Anna Lazarus grad student 2015 Ohio State (Neurotree)
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Howard KP, Lazarus SA, Cheavens JS. (2021) A longitudinal examination of the reciprocal relationship between borderline personality features and interpersonal relationship quality. Personality Disorders
Moss-Pech SA, Southward MW, Cheavens JS. (2020) Hope attenuates the negative impact of general psychological distress on goal progress. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Southward MW, Wilson AC, Cheavens JS. (2020) On what do therapists agree? Assessing therapist evaluations of emotion regulation strategy effectiveness. Psychology and Psychotherapy
Southward MW, Cheavens JS. (2020) More (of the right strategies) is better: disaggregating the naturalistic between- and within-person structure and effects of emotion regulation strategies. Cognition & Emotion. 1-8
Lazarus SA, Beeney JE, Howard KP, et al. (2019) Characterization of relationship instability in women with borderline personality disorder: A social network analysis. Personality Disorders
Southward MW, Cheavens JS. (2019) Quality or quantity? A multistudy analysis of emotion regulation skills deficits associated with borderline personality disorder. Personality Disorders
Southward MW, Heiy JE, Cheavens JS. (2019) Emotions as context: Do the naturalistic effects of emotion regulation strategies depend on the regulated emotion? Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 38: 451-474
Howard KP, Altenburger EM, Cheavens JS. (2019) Validation predicting premature drop-out from treatment provided in training clinics. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 1-5
Haines N, Southward MW, Cheavens JS, et al. (2019) Using computer-vision and machine learning to automate facial coding of positive and negative affect intensity. Plos One. 14: e0211735
Benitez C, Southward MW, Altenburger EM, et al. (2019) The within-person effects of validation and invalidation on in-session changes in affect. Personality Disorders
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