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Recent Publications from the EMP  lab

In Press
*Kranzler, A., *Fehling, K. B., *Brillante, J., & Selby, E. A. (in press). Does self-injury hurt?

Understanding the experience and potential functions of pain in self-injury. In M. Incayawar, S. Maldonado-Bouchard, & M. R. Clark (Eds.). Overlapping pain and psychiatric syndromes, Oxford University Press.

King, A., Selby, E. A., & Rizvi, S. (in press). Emotional experiences of clients with borderline personality disorder in dialectical behavior therapy: An empirical investigation of in- session affect. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, & Practice.

Nayman, S. J., Elias, M. J. E., Selby, E. A., Fishman, D. B., Linsky, A. C., & Hatchimonji, D. R. (In Press). The Relationship Among Purpose Classification, Purpose Engagement, and Purpose Commitment in Low-SES and Ethnically Diverse Adolescents. Journal of Character Education.

Bender, T., Fitzpatrick, S., Hartmann, M., Hames, J., Bodel, L., Selby, E. A., & Joiner, T. E.,

Jr. (2019). Does it hurt to ask? An analysis of iatrogenic risk during suicide risk

assessment. Neurology, Psychiatry, and Brain Research, 33, 73-81.

*Borges, A. M., Selby, E., Bates, M., Zvolensky, M., & Leyro, T. M. (2019). Examining the

relation between physiological and psychological components of stress reactivity and recovery in cigarette smokers. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 44, 131-


*Coniglio K, Christensen K, Haynos A, Rienecke R, Selby E. A. (2019). The posited effect of

positive affect in anorexia nervosa: Advocating for a forgotten piece of a puzzling

disease. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 52, 971-976.

*Hughes, C. D., *King, A. M., *Kranzler, A., *Fehling, K., Miller, A., Lindqvist, J., & Selby, E. A.

(2019). Anxious and overwhelming affects and repetitive negative thinking as ecological predictors of self-injurious thoughts and behaviors. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 43, 88-101.

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Selby, E. A., *Kranzler, A., *Fehling, K., *Brillante, J., Yuan, F., Gao, X., Lindqvist, J., & Miller,

A. (2019). The dynamics of pain during nonsuicidal self-injury.

Science, 7, 302-320.

Clinical Psychological

Clin Psychol Sci 2018 :216770261880714]. 10.3410/f.734505780.793553136


Rated as a seminal advance in the field on F1000Prime:

Schmahl C and Hepp J:


F1000Prime Recommendation of [Selby EA et al.,

In F1000Prime, 28 Nov 2018;

Selby, E. A., *Panza, E., & *Plascencia, M. (2019). Positive emotion dysregulation and eating disorders. In J. Gruber (Ed.). Oxford Handbook of Positive Emotion and Psychopathology, Oxford University Press.

Brush, C. J., Ehmann, P. J., Hajcak, G., Selby, E. A., & Alderman, B. L. (2018). Depression

symptom severity moderates neural responses to reward over time. Biological

Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 3, 1032-1039.

*Kranzler, A., *Fehling, K., *Brillante, J., Yuan, F., Gao, X., Lindqvist, J., Miller, A., & Selby, E.

A. (2018). An ecological investigation of the emotional context surrounding nonsuicidal self-injurious thoughts and behaviors in adolescents and young adults. Suicide and Life- Threatening Behavior, 48, 149-159.

Sachs-Ericsson, N., Hajcak, G., Sheffler, J. L., Stanley, I. H., Selby, E. A., & Steffens, D. C. (2018). Putamen volume difference among older adults: Depression status, melancholia, and age. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 31, 39-49.

Anestis, M. D., Selby, E. A., Butterworth, S. E. (2017). Rising longitudinal trajectories in

suicide rates: The role of firearm suicide rates and firearm legislation. Preventative

Medicine, 100, 159-166.

Buchman-Schmidtt, J. M., Chu, C., Michaels, M. S., Hames, J. L., Silva, C., Hagan, C. R.,

Ribeiro, J. D., Selby, E. A., & Joiner, T. E. (2017). The role of stressful life events preceding death by suicide: Evidence from two samples of suicide decedents. Psychiatry Research, 256, 345-352.

Sachs-Ericsson, N., Sheffler, J., Selby, E. A., Stanley, I., & Joiner, T. E. (2017). Non-violent and violent forms of childhood abuse in the prediction of suicide attempts: Direct or indirect effects through psychiatric disorders? Journal of Affective Disorders, 215, 12-22.

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