Web Materials: Healing Emotions Lesson 4


Web Articles

Justin Storbeck and Gerald L. Clore “With Sadness Comes Accuracy; With Happiness, False Memory” doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2005.01615.xPsychological Science October 2005vol. 16 no. 10 785-791 (for purchase)

Adler JM, Hershfield HE (2012) “Mixed Emotional Experience Is Associated with and Precedes Improvements in Psychological Well-Being.” PLoS ONE 7(4): e35633. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0035633 (full PDF)

Joseph P. Forgas ,  “Four Ways Sadness May Be Good for You” Greater Good Center June 4, 2014 (full text)

Parabola Magazine, an issue dedicated to Sadness, Fall, 1986. (for purchase)

Joseph Paul Forgas “Why bad moods are good for you: the surprising benefits of sadness” The Conversation. May 14, 2017 (full PDF)

Hershfield, Hal E. et al. “When Feeling Bad Can Be Good: Mixed Emotions Benefit Physical Health Across Adulthood.” Social psychological and personality science 4.1 (2013): 54–61. PMC. (full PDF)

Braniecka, Anna et al. “Mixed Emotions and Coping: The Benefits of Secondary Emotions.” Ed. Antonio Verdejo García. PLoS ONE 9.8 (2014): e103940. PMC. (full PDF)

An, Sieun et al. “Two Sides of Emotion: Exploring Positivity and Negativity in Six Basic Emotions across Cultures.” Frontiers in Psychology 8 (2017): 610. PMC. (full PDF)


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