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1. MacCormack, J. K., & Lindquist, K. A. (2018). Feeling hangry? When hunger is conceptualized as emotion. Emotion. View PDF

2. MacCormack, J. K,. & Lindquist, K. A. (2017). Bodily contributions to emotion: Schachter’s legacy for a psychological constructionist approach. Emotion Review, 9, 36-45. View PDF

3. Rogers, M., L., Halberstadt, A. G., Castro, V. L., MacCormack, J. K., & Garrett-Peters, P. (2016).  Maternal emotion socialization differentially predicts emotion regulation and lability in middle childhood. Emotion, 16, 280-291. View PDF

4. MacCormack, J. K., & Lindquist, K. A. (2016). Detection of emotion. SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology.  

5. Lindquist, K. A., MacCormack, J. K., & Shablack, H. (2015). The role of language in emotion: Predictions from psychological constructionism. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1-17. View PDF

6. Lindquist, K. A., & MacCormack, J. K. (2014). Constructionism is a multi-level framework for affective science. Emotion Review, 6, 134-139. View PDF


Articles in Preparation or Under Peer-Review

1. Armstrong-Carter, E. L., Humphreys, K. L., MacCormack, J. K., Gaudier-Diaz, M., Meltzer-Brody, S., Lindquist, K. A., & Muscatell, K. A. (in prep). Beta-adrenergic blockade impairs affective learning.

2. MacCormack, J. K., Armstrong-Carter, E. L., Gaudier-Diaz, M., Meltzer-Brody, S., Lindquist, K. A., & Muscatell, K. A. (in prep). Effects of beta-adrenergic receptor blockade on biological and affective responses to acute stress.

3. MacCormack, J. K., Castro, V. L., Halberstadt, A. G., & Rogers, M. L. (in prep). Mothers’ interoceptive knowledge predicts third-grade children’s social skills and emotion regulation.

4. MacCormack, J. K., Henry, T. R., Davis, B. M., & Lindquist, K. A. (in prep). Aging bodies, aging emotions: Interoceptive differences in emotion representation and self-report across adulthood.

5. MacCormack, J. K., & Muscatell, K. A. (invited). Metabolic hormones on the mind: A role for leptin and ghrelin in affect and social cognition. Social and Personality Psychology Compass.

Recent Posters

1. MacCormack, J. K., Armstrong Carter, E., Meltzer-Brody, S., Lindquist, K. A., & Muscatell, K. A. (2018). Arousal, awareness or appraisal? A double-blind study with propranolol comparing the relative roles of sympathetic activation, interoception, and appraisals in affective responses to stress. Presented at the American Psychosomatic Society's 2018 annual meeting. View PDF.