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Featured Publications  Kivimaki, M., ... , 2015, Long working hours, socioeconomic status, and the risk of incident type 2 diabetes: A meta-analysis of published and unpublished data from 222120 individuals., Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol

 Stawski, R. ... , 2013, Associations among daily stressors and salivary cortisol: Findings from the National Study of Daily Experiences., Psychoneuroendocrinology

 Selvarajan, T. ... , 2016, Role of personality and affect on the social support and work family conflict relationship. , J Vocat Behav

 Lewis, G. ... , 2014, Common heritable effects underpin concerns over norm maintenance and in-group favoritism: Evidence from genetic analyses of right-wing authoritarianism and traditionalism., J Pers

 Smith, A. ... , 2014, Health and well-being in midlife parents of children with special health needs., Fam Syst Health

 Cukic, I., ... , 2015, The association between neuroticism and heart rate variability is not fully explained by cardiovascular disease and depression., PLOS One

 Reisinger Walker, ... , 2015, Rate and predictors of persistent major depressive disorder in a nationally representative sample., Community Ment Health J

 Heller, A. ... , 2013, Sustained ventral striatal activity predicts eudaimonic well-being and cortisol output., Psychol Sci

 Fuller-Rowell, T. ... , 2012, Differential effects of perceived discrimination on the diurnal cortisol rhythm of African Americans and Whites., Psychoneuroendocrinology

 Piazza, J. ... , 2015, One size fits all? Applying theoretical predictions about age and emotional experience to people with functional disabilities., Psychol Aging

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