Jessica L. Tracy, Ph.D.

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Psychology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Richard W. Robins grad student 2005 UC Davis
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Laurin K, Engstrom HR, Alic A, et al. (2024) Is being elite the same as living an easy life? Two distinct ways of experiencing subjective socioeconomic status. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Mercadante EJ, Tracy JL. (2023) How does it feel to be greedy? The role of pride in avaricious acquisition. Journal of Personality
Mercadante EJ, Witkower Z, Hohm I, et al. (2023) Beyond the fearful ape hypothesis: Humans are also supplicating and appeasing apes. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 46: e72
Witkower Z, Rule NO, Tracy JL. (2023) Emotions do reliably co-occur with predicted facial signals: Comment on Durán and Fernández-Dols (2021). Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 23: 903-907
Tracy JL, Mercadante EJ, Robins RW. (2023) The viability and validity of the Authentic and Hubristic Pride scales: Reply to Dickens and Murphy (2023). Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 23: 894-898
Tracy JL, Mercadante E, Hohm I. (2023) Pride: The Emotional Foundation of Social Rank Attainment. Annual Review of Psychology. 74: 519-545
Keltner D, Sauter D, Tracy JL, et al. (2022) How emotions, relationships, and culture constitute each other: advances in social functionalist theory. Cognition & Emotion. 36: 388-401
Witkower Z, Hill AK, Koster J, et al. (2021) Beyond Face Value: Evidence for the Universality of Bodily Expressions of Emotion. Affective Science. 2: 221-229
Mercadante EJ, Tracy JL. (2021) A paradox of pride: Hubristic pride predicts strategic dishonesty in response to status threats. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Weidman AC, Tracy JL. (2020) A Provisional Taxonomy of Subjectively Experienced Positive Emotions. Affective Science. 1: 57-86
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