Gillian Sandstrom
Gillian Sandstrom
Verified email at essex.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Science 349 (6251), aac4716, 2015
36652015
Social Interactions and Well-Being: The Surprising Power of Weak Ties
GM Sandstrom, EW Dunn
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (7), 910-922, 2014
1562014
It's the recipient that counts: Spending money on strong social ties leads to greater happiness than spending on weak social ties
LB Aknin, GM Sandstrom, EW Dunn, MI Norton
PloS one 6 (2), 2011
1002011
Does social connection turn good deeds into good feelings? On the value of putting the'social'in prosocial spending
LB Aknin, EW Dunn, GM Sandstrom, MI Norton
International Journal of Happiness and Development 1 (2), 155-171, 2013
752013
Is efficiency overrated? Minimal social interactions lead to belonging and positive affect
GM Sandstrom, EW Dunn
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (4), 437-442, 2014
662014
Absorption in music: development of a scale to identify individuals with strong emotional responses to music
GM Sandstrom, FA Russo
Psychology of Music 41 (2), 216-228, 2013
632013
Happier People Live More Active Lives: Using Smartphones to Link Happiness and Physical Activity
N Lathia, GM Sandstrom, C Mascolo, PJ Rentfrow
PLoS One 12 (1), e0160589, 2017
592017
Music Hath Charms The Effects of Valence and Arousal on Recovery Following an Acute Stressor
GM Sandstrom, FA Russo
Music and Medicine 2 (3), 137-143, 2010
582010
Accurate First Impressions Leave a Lasting Impression The Long-Term Effects of Distinctive Self-Other Agreement on Relationship Development
LJ Human, GM Sandstrom, JC Biesanz, EW Dunn
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (4), 395-402, 2013
522013
Mobile Sensing at the Service of Mental Well-being: a Large-scale Longitudinal Study
S Servia-Rodríguez, KK Rachuri, C Mascolo, PJ Rentfrow, N Lathia, ...
Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on World Wide Web, 103-112, 2017
392017
Is spending money on others good for your heart?
AV Whillans, EW Dunn, GM Sandstrom, SS Dickerson, KM Madden
Health Psychology 35 (6), 574, 2016
382016
Putting mood in context: Using smartphones to examine how people feel in different locations
GM Sandstrom, N Lathia, C Mascolo, PJ Rentfrow
Journal of Research in Personality 69, 96-101, 2017
282017
Predicting musically induced emotions from physiological inputs: linear and neural network models
FA Russo, NN Vempala, GM Sandstrom
Frontiers in psychology 4, 2013
282013
Women’s visibility in academic seminars: women ask fewer questions than men
AJ Carter, A Croft, D Lukas, GM Sandstrom
PloS one 13 (9), e0202743, 2018
222018
Opportunities for Smartphones in Clinical Care: The Future of Mobile Mood Monitoring
GM Sandstrom, N Lathia, C Mascolo, PJ Rentfrow
The Journal of clinical psychiatry 77 (2), 135-137, 2016
222016
Investing in others: Prosocial spending for (pro) social change
LB Aknin, GM Sandstrom, EW Dunn, MI Norton
Positive psychology as social change, 219-234, 2011
192011
Embrace Chattering Students They May Be Building Community and Interest in Your Class
GM Sandstrom, CD Rawn
Teaching of Psychology 42 (3), 227-233, 2015
112015
The Virtue Blind Spot: Do Affective Forecasting Errors Undermine Virtuous Behavior?
GM Sandstrom, EW Dunn
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5 (10), 720-733, 2011
92011
Mouth versus eyes: Gaze fixation during perception of sung interval size.
FA Russo, GM Sandstrom, M Maksimowski
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind and Brain 21 (1-2), 98, 2011
72011
The Liking Gap in Conversations: Do People Like Us More Than We Think?
EJ Boothby, G Cooney, GM Sandstrom, MS Clark
Psychological science 29 (11), 1742-1756, 2018
22018
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