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Jeanne Tsai
Jeanne Tsai
Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
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Emotion and aging: experience, expression, and control.
JJ Gross, LL Carstensen, M Pasupathi, J Tsai, C Götestam Skorpen, ...
Psychology and aging 12 (4), 590, 1997
18031997
Cultural variation in affect valuation.
JL Tsai, B Knutson, HH Fung
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (2), 288, 2006
16242006
Ideal affect: Cultural causes and behavioral consequences
JL Tsai
Perspectives on Psychological Science 2 (3), 242-259, 2007
9402007
The meaning of “being Chinese” and “being American” variation among Chinese American young adults
JL Tsai, YW Ying, PA Lee
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 31 (3), 302-332, 2000
8732000
Cultural models of shame and guilt
Y Wong, J Tsai
The self-conscious emotions: Theory and research 209, 223, 2007
5442007
Learning what feelings to desire: Socialization of ideal affect through children's storybooks
JL Tsai, JY Louie, EE Chen, Y Uchida
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (1), 17-30, 2007
4582007
Autonomic, subjective, and expressive responses to emotional films in older and younger Chinese Americans and European Americans.
JL Tsai, RW Levenson, LL Carstensen
Psychology and aging 15 (4), 684, 2000
4382000
Cultural influences on emotional responding: Chinese American and European American dating couples during interpersonal conflict
JL Tsai, RW Levenson
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 28 (5), 600-625, 1997
3991997
Influence and adjustment goals: sources of cultural differences in ideal affect.
JL Tsai, FF Miao, E Seppala, HH Fung, DY Yeung
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (6), 1102, 2007
3462007
The emotional integration of childhood experience: physiological, facial expressive, and self-reported emotional response during the adult attachment interview.
GI Roisman, JL Tsai, KHS Chiang
Developmental psychology 40 (5), 776, 2004
2902004
Emotional expression and physiology in European Americans and Hmong Americans.
JL Tsai, Y Chentsova-Dutton, L Freire-Bebeau, DE Przymus
Emotion 2 (4), 380, 2002
2852002
Cultural and temperamental variation in emotional response.
JL Tsai, RW Levenson, K McCoy
Emotion 6 (3), 484, 2006
2652006
Good feelings in Christianity and Buddhism: Religious differences in ideal affect
JL Tsai, FF Miao, E Seppala
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (3), 409-421, 2007
2592007
Cultural predictors of self-esteem: a study of Chinese American female and male young adults.
JL Tsai, YW Ying, PA Lee
Cultural diversity and ethnic minority psychology 7 (3), 284, 2001
2582001
Self-focused attention and emotional reactivity: the role of culture.
YE Chentsova-Dutton, JL Tsai
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (3), 507, 2010
2432010
Why and how we should study ethnic identity, acculturation, and cultural orientation.
JL Tsai, Y Chentsova-Dutton, Y Wong
American Psychological Association, 2002
2322002
Cultural orientation and racial discrimination: Predictors of coherence in Chinese American young adults
YW Ying, PA Lee, JL Tsai
Journal of Community Psychology 28 (4), 427-441, 2000
2272000
Striving to feel good: ideal affect, actual affect, and their correspondence across adulthood.
S Scheibe, T English, JL Tsai, LL Carstensen
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 160, 2013
1902013
Depression and emotional reactivity: variation among Asian Americans of East Asian descent and European Americans.
YE Chentsova-Dutton, JP Chu, JL Tsai, J Rottenberg, JJ Gross, IH Gotlib
Journal of abnormal psychology 116 (4), 776, 2007
1802007
Wanting to maximize the positive and minimize the negative: implications for mixed affective experience in American and Chinese contexts.
T Sims, JL Tsai, D Jiang, Y Wang, HH Fung, X Zhang
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (2), 292, 2015
1772015
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