Publications from the
Queens Affective Sciences Laboratory

Journal Articles

[Paper] Storbeck, J. (in press). Is happiness a cure-all for mental fatigue?: Mood interacts with situational requirements in motivating behavioral control. Motivation and Emotion.

[Website] Chang, E.H., Volpe, B.T., Mackay, M., Aranow, C., Watson, P., Kowal, C., Storbeck, J., Mattis, P., Berlin, R., Chen, H., Mader, S., Huerta, T.S., Huerta, P.T., Diamond, B. (in press). Selective impairment of spatial cognition caused by autoantibodies to the N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor. EBioMedicine.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Maswood, R. (in press). Happiness increases verbal and spatial working memory capacity where sadness does not: Emotion, working memory, and executive control. Cognition and Emotion.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. (in press). Invited Review: The paradox of parsimony in motivated distance perception. Emotion Review.

[Paper] Storbeck, J., Davidson, N., Dahl, C., Blass, S., & Yung, E. (2015). Emotion, working memory task demands, and individual differences predict behavior, cognitive effort, and negative affect. Cognition & Emotion, 29, 95-117.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Watson, P. (2014). Verbal makes it positive, spatial makes it negative: Working memory biases judgments, attention, and moods. Emotion, 14, 1072-1086.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Stefanucci, J.K. (2014). Conditions under which arousal does and does not elevate height estimates. PLoS One, 9, e92024.

[Webpage] Klein, R., Ratliff, K,. Vianello, M., et al. (in press). Investigating variation in replicability: A "Many Labs" replication project. Social Psychology, 45, 142-152.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. (2013). Negative affect promotes encoding of and memory for details at the expense of the gist: Affect, encoding, and false memories. Cognition & Emotion, 27, 800-819.

[Paper] Watson, P., Storbeck, J., Mattis, P., MacKay, M. (2012) Cognitive and emotional abnormalities in System Lupus Erthematosus: Evidence for amygdala dysfunction. Neuropsychology Review, 22, 252-270.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. (2012). Performance costs when emotion tunes inappropriate cognitive abilities: Implications for mental resources and behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141, 411-416.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Clore, G.L. (2011). Affect influences false memories at encoding: Evidence from recognition data. Emotion, 11, 981-989.

[Paper] Stefanucci, J. & Storbeck, J. (2009). Don't look down: Emotional arousal elevates height perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 138, 131-145.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Clore, G.L. (2008). Affective arousal as information: How affective arousal influences judgments, learning, and memory. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 2, 1824-1843.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Clore, G.L. (2008). The affective regulation of cognitive priming. Emotion, 8, 208-215.

[Paper] Storbeck, J. & Clore, G.L. (2007). Emotional controls on cognitive processes. In Eder, A.B., Hommel, B., & DeHouwer, J. (Eds.), How distinctive is affective primacy? Speical issue of the journal Cognition and Emotion, 21, 1212-1237.

[Paper] Storbeck, J., Robinson, M.D., & McCourt, M. (2006). Semantic processing precedes affect retrieval: The neurological case for cognitive primacy in visual processing, Review of General Psychology, 10, 41-55.

[Paper] Storbeck, J., & Clore, G.L. (2005). With sadness comes accuracy, with happiness, false memory: Mood and the false memory effect. Psychological Science, 16, 785-791.

[Paper] Robinson, M.D., Storbeck, J., Meier, B., & Kirkeby, B. (2004). Watch out! That could be dangerous: Valence-arousal interactions in evaluative processing. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 1472-1484.

[Paper] Storbeck, J., & Robinson, M.D. (2004). When preferences need inferences: A direct comparison of the automaticity of cognitive versus affective priming. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 81-93.

Book Chapters

[Paper] Clore, G.L. & Storbeck, J. (2006). Affect as information in social judgments and behaviors. In J.P. Forgas (Ed.), Hearts and minds: Affective influences on social thinking and behavior. Philadephia, PA: Psychological Press.

[Paper] Clore, G.L., Storbeck, J., Robinson, M.D., & Centerbar, D. (2005). Seven deadly sins of research on affect. In L. Feldman-Barrett, P. Niendenthal, & P. Winkielman (Eds.), Emotion: Conscious and Unconscious (pp. 384-408). New York, NY: Guilford Press.