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More on red and pink…

In a recent blog post, Uri Simonnsohn referred to Andrew Gelman’s Slate.com attack on our research, which found that women who are at high risk for conception are more likely to wear red or pink than women at low conception…

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Jess USC talk

Jess Tracy, “Pride and the Emotional Underpinnings of Social Rank” Invited Talk, University of Southern California, Marshall School of Management Los Angeles, CA. April 3, 2015.

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Jess Uppsala Visit

Many thanks to Barry Karlsson and the wonderful scholars at Uppsala University, who recently hosted Jess as she gave the keynote address at a Roundtable on Pride, Peace, and Conflict. It was a fantastic day, filled with exciting debate and…

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Jess SPSP 2015 talk

Jess Tracy, “The Power of Pride: The Positive Emotion that Drives Rank Attainment but can also Inhibit Behavioural Change” In the symposium, “The Positive Cost: Personal Costs to Experiencing and Expressing Positive Emotion”, Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual…

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Jess Uppsala Talk

Jess Tracy, “The Nature of Pride: From Self-Conscious Emotion to Social Status” Invited Talk, Uppsala University, Department of Psychology and Psychiatry. Uppsala, Sweden. September 11, 2014.

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CPS Special issue

Special Series in Clinical Psychological Science on Emotions and Psychopathology, edited by Jess, now available online, featuring¬†articles by leaders in affective and clinical science– James Gross, Jutta Joorman, Ann Kring, David Watson, Jaak Panksepp, and Greg Siegel (and an introductory…

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Red/Pink Redux

More on the Red/Pink Dress Effect: A Response to an Unpublished (but possibly soon-to-be-published) Critique Jessica Tracy & Alec Beall It has come to our attention that Andrew Gelman and Eric Loken are seeking to publish an article critiquing our…

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JCP paper

New studies show that authentic and hubristic pride have differential effects on consumerism; read the paper, now in press at Journal of Consumer Psychology, here.

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