Christenfeld, N., Schachter, S., & Bilous, F.  (1991).  Filled pauses and gestures: It's not coincidence. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 20, 1-10. (pdf)

Schachter, S., Christenfeld, N., Ravina,B.,& Bilous, F.  (1991).  Speech disfluency and the structure of knowledge. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60, 362-367. (pdf)

Schachter, S., Rauscher, F., Christenfeld, N., & Crone, K.T.  (1994).  The vocabularies of academia. Psychological Science, 5, 37-41. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1994).  Options and ums. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 13, 192-199. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1995).  Choices from identical options. Psychological Science, 6, 50-55. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1995).  Does it hurt to say um? Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 19, 171-186. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., & Hill, E.A.  (1995).  Whose baby are you? Nature, 378, 669. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., & Craeger, B.  (1996).  Anxiety, alcohol, aphasia and ums. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 70, 451-460. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1996).  What makes a good sport?  Nature, 383, 662. (pdf)

Harris, C.R.,& Christenfeld, N.  (1996).  Gender, jealousy, and reason. Psychological Science, 7, 364-366. (pdf)

Harris, C.R., & Christenfeld, N.  (1996).  Jealousy and rational responses to infidelity across gender and culture. Psychological Science, 7, 378-379. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1996).  The effects of a metronome on the filled pauses of fluent speakers.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 39, 1232-1238.  (pdf)

Gerin, W., Christenfeld, N., & Pieper, C.  (1996).  The application of generalizability theory to blood pressure resting levels and mental stress responses. Blood Pressure Monitoring, 1, 485-494.  (pdf)

Harris, C.R., & Christenfeld, N.  (1997).  Humor, tickle, and the Darwin-Hecker hypothesis. Cognition and Emotion, 11, 103-110. (pdf)

Linden, W., Earle, T.L., Gerin, W., & Christenfeld, N.  (1997).  Physiological stress reactivity and recovery: Conceptual siblings separated at birth? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 42, 117-135. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (1997).  Memory for pain and the delayed effects of distraction. Health Psychology, 16, 327-330. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., Gerin, W., Linden, W., Sanders, M., Mathur, J., Deich, J.D., & Pickering, T.G.  (1997).  Social support effects on cardiovascular reactivity: Is a stranger as effective as a friend? Psychosomatic Medicine, 59, 388-398. (pdf)

Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (1997).  Implications of alternative methods of computing blood pressure means. Blood Pressure Monitoring, 2, 175-178. (pdf)

Phillips, D.P, Christenfeld, N., & Glynn, L.M.  (1998).  Increase in U.S. medication-error deaths between 1983-1993. The Lancet., 351, 643-644. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Christenfeld, N., Pieper, C., DeRafael, D.A., Su, 0., Stroessner, S.J., Deich, J., & Pickering, T.G.  (1998).  The generalizability of cardiovascular responses across settings. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 44, 209-218. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., Glynn, L.M., Kulik, J.A., & Gerin, W.  (1998).  The social construction of cardiovascular reactivity. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 10, 317-325. (pdf)

Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (1999).  Social support, gender and cardiovascular responses to stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, 61, 234-242. (pdf)

Phillips, D.P, Christenfeld, N., Glynn, L.M., & Steinberg, A.  (1999).  The effects of  legal and medical authorities on physician-facilitated death. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 29, 48-57.  (pdf)

Mayo, M., & Christenfeld, N.  (1999).  Gender, race, and performance expectations of college students.  Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 27, 93-104.  (pdf)

Phillips, D.P, Christenfeld, N., &  Ryan, N.M. (1999).  An increase in the number of deaths in the United States in the first week of the month -- an association with substance abuse and other causes of death.  The New England Journal of Medicine, 341, 93-98. (pdf)

Harris, C.R., & Christenfeld, N.  (1999).  Can a machine tickle?  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 6, 504-510. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., Phillips, D.P, & Glynn, L.M.  (1999).  What's in a name:  Mortality and the power of symbols.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 47, 241-254. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Bovbjerg, D.H., Glynn, L.M., Davidson, K., Sanders, M.I., Sheffield, D., & Christenfeld, N.  (1999).  Comment on:  "Negative Emotions and Acute Cardiovascular  Responses to Laboratory Challenges."  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 21, 223-224.  (pdf)

Christenfeld, N, Glynn, L.M., Phillips, D.P., & Shrira, I.  (1999).  New York City as a risk factor for heart attack mortality.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 61, 740-743. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (2000).  Social support and cardiovascular reactivity.  Biomedicine and Pharmacoptherapy, 54, 251-257. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Pickering, T.G., Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., Schwartz, A., Carroll, D., & Davidson, K.  (2000).  An Historic Context for Behavioral Models of Hypertension.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 48, 369-377. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N, Glynn, L.M., & Gerin, W.  (2000).  On the reliable assessment of cardiovascular recovery:  An application of curve-fitting techniques.  Psychophysiology. 37, 543-550. (pdf)

Hilmert, C., Christenfeld, N., & Kulik, J.A.  (2002).  Audience status moderates the effects of social support and self-efficacy on cardiovascular reactivity during public speaking.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 24, 122-131.  (pdf)

Hilmert, C., Kulik, J.A., & Christenfeld, N.  (2002).  Cardiovascular reactivity and the varied effects of social support.  Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 24, 229-240. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Davidson, K.W., Schwartz, A.R., & Christenfeld, N.  (2002).  The role of emotion regulation in the development of hypertension.  International Congress Series, 1414, 91-97. (pdf)

Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (2002).  The role of rumination in recovery from reactivity:  Cardiovascular consequences of emotional states. Psychosomatic Medicine, 64, 714-726. (pdf)

Schwartz, A.R., Gerin, W., Davidson, K.W., Pickering, T.G., Brosschot, J.F., Thayer, J.F., Christenfeld, N., & Linden, W.  (2003). Toward a causal model of cardiovascular responses to stress and the development of cardiovascular disease.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 65, 22-35. (pdf)

Roy, M. & Christenfeld, N.  (2004).  Do dogs resemble their owners?  Psychological Science, 15, 361-363. (pdf)

Chafin, S., Roy, M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (2004).  Music can facilitate blood pressure recovery from stress.  British Journal of Health Psychology, 9, 393-403. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., Sloan, R.P., Carroll, D., & Greenland, S.  (2004).  Risk factors, confounding and the illusion of statistical control.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 66, 868-875. (pdf)

Roy, M. & Christenfeld, N.  (2005).  Dogs still do resemble their owners. Psychological Science, 16, 743-744. (pdf)

Roy, M.M., Christenfeld, N., & McKenzie, C.R.M.  (2005). Underestimating the Duration of Future Events:  Faulty Prediction or Memory Bias?  Psychological Bulletin, 131, 738-756.  (pdf)

Roy, M., McKenzie, C., & Christenfeld, N., (2005). The broad applicability of memory bias and its coexistence with the planning fallacy: Reply to Griffin and Buehler (2005).  Psychological Bulletin, 131, 761-762. (pdf)

Hilmert, C., Kulik, J.A., & Christenfeld, N.  (2006).  Positive and negative opinion modeling:  The influence of another’s similarity and dissimilarity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 440-452. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Davidson, K.W., Goyal, T., Christenfeld, N., & Schwartz, J.E.  (2006).  The role of rumination and distraction in blood pressure recovery from anger.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 64-72. (pdf)

Roy, M., & Christenfeld, N., (2007)  Bias in memory predicts bias in estimation of future task duration.  Memory and Cognition, 35, 557-564. (pdf)

Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (2007). Recreating cardiovascular responses with rumination: The effects of a delay between harassment and its recall. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 66, 135-140. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.  (2007).  Don't Yet Name Your Child P.I.G.: Reply to Morrison and Smith.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 69, 823-4. (pdf)

Roy, M., & Christenfeld, N., (2008). Effect of task length on remembered and predicted duration. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 15, 202-7. (pdf)

Chafin, S., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin, W.  (2008). Improving Cardiovascular Recovery from Stress with Brief Post-Stress Exercise. Health Psychology, 27, 64-72.  (pdf)

Christenfeld, N., & Larsen, B.  (2008).  The Name Game.  The Psychologist, 21, 210-213. (pdf)

Shrira, I., Christenfeld, N., & Howard, G.  (2008).  Exposure to the US Stroke Buckle as a Risk Factor for Cerebrovascular Mortality.  Neuroepidemiology, 30, 229-233. (pdf)

Roy, M., Mitten, S.T., & Christenfeld, N., (2008). Correcting Memory Improves Accuracy of Predicted Task Duration.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 14, 266-275.  (pdf)

Larsen, B., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2009). Cardiovascular Disease and Psychiatric Comorbidity: The Potential Role of Perseverative Cognition. Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology, 8 pages. (pdf)

Shrira, I., & Christenfeld, N. (2010).  Disentangling the Person and the Place as Explanations for Regional Differences in Suicide.  Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 40, 287-297. (pdf)

Larsen, B., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2011).  Cognitive Distancing, Cognitive Restructuring, and Cardiovascular Recovery from Stress.  Biological Psychology, 86, 143-148. (pdf)

Leavitt, J., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2011).  Story Spoilers Don’t Spoil Stories.  Psychological Science, 22. 1152-4. (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.J.S., Larsen, B.A., & Elson, K. (2012). Motivational Influences on Cardiovascular Stress Responses and Health. In R.A. Wright & G.H.E. Gendolla (Eds.) How Motivation Affects Cardiovascular Response: Mechanisms and Applications. Washington DC:  APA Press.

Mickes, L., Hoffman, D.E., Parris, J.L., Mankoff, R., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2012). Who’s Funny: Gender Stereotypes, Humor Production, and Memory Bias.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 108-12. (pdf)

Gerin, W., Zawadzki, M., Brosschot, J., Thayer, J., Christenfeld, N., Campbell, T.S.,  & Smyth, J.M. (2012).  Rumination as a Mediator of Chronic Stress Effects on Hypertension:  A Causal Model.  International Journal of Hypertension, 12 pages.  (pdf)

Christenfeld, N.J.S., & Mandler, G.  (2012). Emotion.  In I. Weiner & D.K. Freedheim (Eds.) Handbook of Psychology, Volume One: History of Psychology, 2nd Edition. New York: Wiley. (pdf)

Larsen, B., Darby, R., Harris, C., Nelkin, D., Milam, P., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2012). The Immediate and Delayed Cardiovascular Benefits of Forgiveness.   Psychosomatic Medicine, 74, 745-750.  (pdf)

Roy, M.M., Christenfeld, N.J.S., & Jones, Meghan.  (2013).  Actors, Observers and the Estimation of Task Duration.  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66, 121-137. 

Leavitt, J., & Christenfeld, N.J.S. (2013).  The fluency of spoilers:  Why giving away endings improves stories.  Scientific Study of Literature, 3, 93-104.  (pdf)

Mickes, L., Darby. R.S., Hwe, V., Bajic, D., Warker, J.A., Harris, C.R., & Christenfeld, N.J.S.  (2013).  Major Memory for Microblogs.  Memory & Cognition, 41, 481-489.  (pdf)

Leavitt, J., Ryazanov, A.A., & Christefneld, N.J.S.  (2014).  Amazing but true:  A preference for fiction-like non-fiction.  Scientific Study of Literature, 4, 196-210.   (pdf)

Larsen, B.A., Ryazanov, A.A., Gravano, J.T., & Christenfeld, N.J.S.  (2015).  Competition breeds desire.  Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 38, 81-86.  (pdf)

Tuller, H.M., Bryan, C.J., Heyman, G.D., & Christenfeld, N.J.S.  (2015).  Seeing the other side:  Perspective taking and the moderation of extremity.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59, 18-23.  (pdf)

Ryazanov, A. A., Russell, K.K., & Christenfeld, N.J.S.  (In Press).  The geography of health.  In The Wiley Encyclopedia of Health Psychology, K. Sweeney & M. Robbins (Eds).  New York:  Wiley.

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