Randy Larsen, Ph.D.

Psychology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Prizmić-Larsen Z, Kaliterna-Lipovčan L, Larsen R, et al. (2019) The Role of Flourishing in Relationship between Positive and Negative Life Events and Affective Well-Being Applied Research in Quality of Life. 1: 1-19
Griffin BJ, Garthe RC, Worthington EL, et al. (2015) How positive processes function in negative relationships: Dispositional gratitude moderates the association between affective need and frequency of dating violence victimization Journal of Positive Psychology. 1-11
Prizmic-Larsen Z, Larsen R, Augustine A. (2014) Individual differences in affect regulation strategies Personality and Individual Differences. 60: S59
Augustine AA, Larsen RJ, Elliot AJ. (2013) Affect is greater than, not equal to, condition: condition and person effects in affective priming paradigms. Journal of Personality. 81: 355-64
Weidman AC, Fernandez KC, Levinson CA, et al. (2012) Compensatory internet use among individuals higher in social anxiety and its implications for well-being. Personality and Individual Differences. 53: 191-195
Augustine AA, Larsen RJ. (2012) Is a trait really the mean of states? Journal of Individual Differences. 33: 131-137
Nuetzel EJ, Larsen R. (2012) Should I Stay or Should I Go? Time as a Variable in Open-ended Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. 9: 4-22
Augustine AA, Mehl MR, Larsen RJ. (2011) A Positivity Bias in Written and Spoken English and Its Moderation by Personality and Gender. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2: 508-515
Augustine AA, Larsen RJ. (2011) Affect regulation and temporal discounting: interactions between primed, state, and trait affect. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 11: 403-12
Augustine AA, Mehl MR, Larsen RJ. (2011) A positivity bias in written and spoken English and its moderation by personality and gender Social Psychological and Personality Science. 2: 508-515
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