Katherine Nelson-Coffey
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The Pains and Pleasures of Parenting: When, Why, and How Is Parenthood Associated With More or Less Well-Being?
SK Nelson, K Kushlev, S Lyubomirsky
Stressed and happy? Investigating the relationship between happiness and perceived stress
HH Schiffrin, SK Nelson
Journal of happiness studies 11, 33-39, 2010
Kindness counts: Prompting prosocial behavior in preadolescents boosts peer acceptance and well-being
K Layous, SK Nelson, E Oberle, KA Schonert-Reichl, S Lyubomirsky
PloS one 7 (12), e51380, 2012
Do unto others or treat yourself? The effects of prosocial and self-focused behavior on psychological flourishing.
SK Nelson, K Layous, SW Cole, S Lyubomirsky
Emotion 16 (6), 850, 2016
In defense of parenthood: Children are associated with more joy than misery
SK Nelson, K Kushlev, T English, EW Dunn, S Lyubomirsky
Psychological science 24 (1), 3-10, 2013
What is the optimal way to deliver a positive activity intervention? The case of writing about one’s best possible selves
K Layous, S Katherine Nelson, S Lyubomirsky
Journal of Happiness Studies 14, 635-654, 2013
Thinking about rumination: The scholarly contributions and intellectual legacy of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
S Lyubomirsky, K Layous, J Chancellor, SK Nelson
Annual review of clinical psychology 11, 1-22, 2015
Gender differences in work-family guilt in parents of young children
JL Borelli, SK Nelson, LM River, SA Birken, C Moss-Racusin
Sex Roles 76, 356-368, 2017
‘It’s up to you’: Experimentally manipulated autonomy support for prosocial behavior improves well-being in two cultures over six weeks
SK Nelson, MD Della Porta, K Jacobs Bao, HJC Lee, I Choi, ...
The Journal of Positive Psychology 10 (5), 463-476, 2015
What triggers prosocial effort? A positive feedback loop between positive activities, kindness, and well-being
K Layous, SK Nelson, JL Kurtz, S Lyubomirsky
The Journal of Positive Psychology 12 (4), 385-398, 2017
Beyond Self-Protection: Self-Affirmation Benefits Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being
SK Nelson, JAK Fuller, I Choi, S Lyubomirsky
Kindness in the blood: A randomized controlled trial of the gene regulatory impact of prosocial behavior
SK Nelson-Coffey, MM Fritz, S Lyubomirsky, SW Cole
Psychoneuroendocrinology 81, 8-13, 2017
Parenthood is associated with greater well-being for fathers than mothers
SK Nelson-Coffey, M Killingsworth, K Layous, SW Cole, S Lyubomirsky
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (9), 1378-1390, 2019
The relation between electroencephalogram asymmetry and attention biases to threat at baseline and under stress
K Pérez-Edgar, A Kujawa, SK Nelson, C Cole, DJ Zapp
Brain and cognition 82 (3), 337-343, 2013
Bringing work home: Gender and parenting correlates of work-family guilt among parents of toddlers
JL Borelli, SK Nelson-Coffey, LM River, SA Birken, C Moss-Racusin
Journal of Child and Family Studies 26, 1734-1745, 2017
The proximal experience of awe
SK Nelson-Coffey, PM Ruberton, J Chancellor, JE Cornick, J Blascovich, ...
PloS one 14 (5), e0216780, 2019
Collective wellbeing and posttraumatic growth during COVID-19: How positive psychology can help families, schools, workplaces and marginalized communities
L Waters, K Cameron, SK Nelson-Coffey, DL Crone, ML Kern, T Lomas, ...
The Journal of Positive Psychology 17 (6), 761-789, 2022
Seven reasons to invest in well-being.
KH Howell, JK Coffey, GM Fosco, K Kracke, SK Nelson, EF Rothman, ...
Psychology of Violence 6 (1), 8, 2016
Finding happiness
SK Nelson, S Lyubomirsky
Handbook of positive emotions, 275-293, 2014
Waiting for a baby: Navigating uncertainty in recollections of trying to conceive
K Sweeny, SE Andrews, SK Nelson, ML Robbins
Social Science & Medicine 141, 123-132, 2015
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