David A. Sbarra
David A. Sbarra
University of Arizona, Department of Psychology
Verified email at email.arizona.edu - Homepage
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Coregulation, dysregulation, self-regulation: An integrative analysis and empirical agenda for understanding adult attachment, separation, loss, and recovery
DA Sbarra, C Hazan
Personality and Social Psychology Review 12 (2), 141-167, 2008
4002008
Child custody mediation and litigation: Custody, contact, and coparenting 12 years after initial dispute resolution.
RE Emery, L Laumann-Billings, MC Waldron, DA Sbarra, P Dillon
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 69 (2), 323, 2001
2732001
DIVORCE MEDIATION: 
Research and Reflections
RE Emery, D Sbarra, T Grover
Family court review 43 (1), 22-37, 2005
2612005
The emotional sequelae of nonmarital relationship dissolution: Analysis of change and intraindividual variability over time
DA Sbarra, RE Emery
Personal Relationships 12 (2), 213-232, 2005
2532005
Advancing social connection as a public health priority in the United States.
J Holt-Lunstad, TF Robles, DA Sbarra
American Psychologist 72 (6), 517, 2017
2212017
When leaving your ex, love yourself: Observational ratings of self-compassion predict the course of emotional recovery following marital separation
DA Sbarra, HL Smith, MR Mehl
Psychological science 23 (3), 261-269, 2012
2102012
Predicting the onset of emotional recovery following nonmarital relationship dissolution: Survival analyses of sadness and anger
DA Sbarra
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (3), 298-312, 2006
2062006
Divorce and death: A meta-analysis and research agenda for clinical, social, and health psychology
DA Sbarra, RW Law, RM Portley
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (5), 454-474, 2011
2052011
Divorce and Death A Meta-Analysis and Research Agenda for Clinical, Social, and Health Psychology
DA Sbarra, RW Law, RM Portley
Perspectives on Psychological Science 6 (5), 454-474, 2011
2052011
Social baseline theory: The social regulation of risk and effort
JA Coan, DA Sbarra
Current opinion in psychology 1, 87-91, 2015
1912015
Mechanisms of change in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for depression: Preliminary evidence from a randomized controlled trial
B Shahar, WB Britton, DA Sbarra, AJ Figueredo, RR Bootzin
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 3 (4), 402-418, 2010
1742010
Assessing cross-partner associations in physiological responses via coupled oscillator models.
JL Helm, D Sbarra, E Ferrer
Emotion 12 (4), 748, 2012
1492012
Attachment and emotion in school-aged children.
JL Borelli, MJ Crowley, DH David, DA Sbarra, GM Anderson, LC Mayes
Emotion 10 (4), 475, 2010
1462010
Morningness–eveningness and depression: Preliminary evidence for the role of the behavioral activation system and positive affect
BP Hasler, JJB Allen, DA Sbarra, RR Bootzin, RA Bernert
Psychiatry research 176 (2-3), 166-173, 2010
1422010
Divorce and health: Current trends and future directions
DA Sbarra
Psychosomatic medicine 77 (3), 227, 2015
126*2015
Social participation predicts cognitive functioning in aging adults over time: comparisons with physical health, depression, and physical activity
KJ Bourassa, M Memel, C Woolverton, DA Sbarra
Aging & mental health 21 (2), 133-146, 2017
1132017
Teacher ratings of behavior among African American and Caucasian children during the first two years of school
DA Sbarra, RC Pianta
Psychology in the Schools 38 (3), 229-238, 2001
1102001
The structure and process of emotional experience following nonmarital relationship dissolution: Dynamic factor analyses of love, anger, and sadness.
DA Sbarra, E Ferrer
Emotion 6 (2), 224, 2006
1082006
Coparenting conflict, nonacceptance, and depression among divorced adults: Results from a 12‐year follow‐up study of child custody mediation using multiple imputation
DA Sbarra, RE Emery
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 75 (1), 63-75, 2005
1082005
Deeper into divorce: Using actor-partner analyses to explore systemic differences in coparenting conflict following custody dispute resolution.
DA Sbarra, RE Emery
Journal of Family Psychology 22 (1), 144, 2008
1012008
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