Rachel S. T. Low
Rachel S. T. Low
School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington
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Emotional suppression during personal goal pursuit impedes goal strivings and achievement.
RST Low, NC Overall, MD Hammond, YU Girme
Emotion 17 (2), 208, 2017
Emotion regulation, conflict resolution, and spillover on subsequent family functioning.
RST Low, NC Overall, EJ Cross, AME Henderson
Emotion 19 (7), 1162, 2019
An interdependence account of sexism and power: Men’s hostile sexism, biased perceptions of low power, and relationship aggression.
EJ Cross, NC Overall, RST Low, JK McNulty
Journal of Personality and Social psychology 117 (2), 338, 2019
Partners’ attachment insecurity and stress predict poorer relationship functioning during COVID-19 quarantines
NC Overall, VT Chang, PR Pietromonaco, RST Low, AME Henderson
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (1), 285-298, 2022
Perceived regard, expressive suppression during conflict, and conflict resolution.
RA Thomson, NC Overall, LD Cameron, RST Low
Journal of Family Psychology 32 (6), 722, 2018
Expressive suppression tendencies, projection bias in memory of negative emotions, and well-being.
VT Chang, NC Overall, H Madden, RST Low
Emotion 18 (7), 925, 2018
Parents’ distress and poor parenting during a COVID-19 lockdown: The buffering effects of partner support and cooperative coparenting.
CS McRae, NC Overall, AME Henderson, RST Low, VT Chang
Developmental Psychology 57 (10), 1623, 2021
Emotion regulation and psychological and physical health during a nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
RST Low, NC Overall, VT Chang, AME Henderson, CG Sibley
Emotion, 2021
Do habitual emotional suppression measures predict response-focused situational suppression during social interactions?
BJ Peters, NC Overall, LD Cameron, MD Hammond, RST Low, YU Girme
Emotion 20 (6), 1005, 2020
Relationship functioning during COVID-19 quarantine
N Overall, V Chang, P Pietromonaco, RST Low, AME Henderson
PsyArXiv, 2020
Relationship problems, agreement and bias in perceptions of partners’ parental responsiveness, and family functioning.
EJ Cross, NC Overall, RST Low, AME Henderson
Journal of Family Psychology, 2020
Sexist attitudes predict family-based aggression during a COVID-19 lockdown.
NC Overall, VT Chang, EJ Cross, RST Low, AME Henderson
Journal of family psychology, 2021
A dyadic perspective of expressive suppression: Own or partner suppression weakens relationships.
E Sasaki, NC Overall, VT Chang, RST Low
Emotion, 2021
Conflict-coparenting spillover: The role of actors’ and partners’ attachment insecurity and gender.
CS McRae, NC Overall, AME Henderson, RST Low, EJ Cross
Journal of Family Psychology, 2021
Whose relationships are vulnerable during COVID-19 quarantines? Partners’ attachment anxiety and stress predict poorer relationship functioning
NC Overall, VT Chang, PR Pietromonaco, RST Low, AME Henderson
Open Science Foundation. https://files. osf. io/v1/resources/7cvdm/providers …, 2020
Initial interactions matter: Warm-up play affects 2-year-olds’ cooperative ability with an unfamiliar same-aged peer
N Breeland, AME Henderson, R Low
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 218, 105328, 2022
Risk versus Resilience in Parents’ Health and Family Functioning Across the Pandemic
N Overall, V Chang, RST Low, AME Henderson, C McRae, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Initial Impressions Matter: Warm-up Play Impacts 2-year-olds' Cooperative Ability with an Unfamiliar Same-aged Peer
NR Breeland, AME Henderson, RST Low
PsyArXiv, 2021
Emotion Regulation Within Interpersonal Contexts: Goal-relevant Outcomes and Spillover Processes
University of Auckland, 2018
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