Rachel’s research aims to identify (1) what emotion regulation strategies are effective during marital conflict, (2) what are the emotion regulation strategies and important individual characteristics that buffer the spillover effects of marital conflict, and (3) whether children learn maladaptive emotion regulation strategies in triadic family interactions following marital conflict.
Peters, B. J., Overall, N. C., Cameron, L. D., Hammond, M. D., Low, R. S. T., & Girme, Y. U. (2019). Do Habitual Emotional Suppression Measures Predict Response-Focused Situational Suppression During Social Interactions? Emotion. Advance online publication.
Cross, E. J., Overall, N. C., Low, R. S. T., & McNulty, J. K. (2019). An Interdependence Account of Sexism and Power: Men’s Hostile Sexism, Biased Perceptions of Low Power, and Relationship Aggression. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 117, 338-363.
Low, R. S. T., Overall, N. C., Cross, E. J., Henderson, A. M. E. (2018). Emotion Regulation, Conflict Resolution, and Spillover on Subsequent Family Functioning. Emotion. Advance online publication.
Thompson, R.A., Overall, N.C., Cameron, L.D., & Low, R.S.T. (2018). Emotional suppression during relationship conflict: Regulating the risk of rejection via emotional suppression impedes conflict resolution. Journal of Family Psychology, 32, 722-732. doi.org/10.1037/fam0000429
Chang, V. T., Overall, N. C., Madden, H., & Low, R. S. T. (2018). Expressive suppression tendencies, projection bias in memory of negative emotions, and well-being. Emotion, 18(7), 925-941.
Low, R. S. T., Overall, N. C., Hammond, M. D., Girme, Y. U. (2017). Emotional suppression during personal goal pursuit impedes goal strivings and achievement. Emotion, 17(2), 208-223.
Low, R. S. T., Henderson, A. M. E., Overall, N. C., Cross, E. J. Don’t Be a Sore Loser: The Social Benefits of Children’s Expressive Suppression.
Don, B. P., Low, R. S. T., Hammond, M. D. Free to be Authentic: The Role of Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction in Emotional Suppression.