[picture]George Bonanno Collection
Associate Professor, George Bonanno, received his Ph.D. from Yale University. He has recently completed a 5-year comparative study of coping with the death of a child or a spouse (funded by the National Institute of Health), a mulit-dimensional study of emotion regulation, stressful life events, resilience, and adjustment among college sudents, a study of emotion and well-being among survivors of childhood sexual abuse(in collaboration with researchers at NIH), and several recent studies of resilience and adjustment in the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City (funded by the National Science Foundation). A number of doctoral and masters level students collaborate with Dr. Bonanno on these projects.
Website: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/...
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[thumbnail] Conservative Shift Among High-Exposure Survivors of the September 11th Terrorist Attacks
by G. Bonanno & J. Jost‌ (10/2006)
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[thumbnail] Does Repressive Coping Promote Resilience? Affective–Autonomic Response Discrepancy During Bereavement
by K. Coifman, G. Bonanno, R. Ray & J. Gross (07/2007)
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[thumbnail] Is There More to Complicated Grief Than Depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder? A Test of Incremental Validity
by G. Bonanno, B. Litz, B. Insel, Y. Neria, A. Mancini & K. Coifman (05/2007)
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[thumbnail] Emotions : current issues and future directions
by T. Mayne & G. Bonanno (2001)
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[thumbnail] Resilience to Loss in Bereaved Spouses, Bereaved Parents, and Bereaved Gay Men.
by J. Moskowitz, A. Papa, S. Folkman & G. Bonanno (12/2005)
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[thumbnail] Resilience in the Face of Potential Trauma
by G. Bonanno (2005)
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[thumbnail] Facial expressions of emotion and the course of conjugal bereavement
by D. Keltner & G. Bonanno (1997)
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[thumbnail] A study of laughter and dissociation: Distinct correlates of laughter and smiling during bereavement
by D. Keltner & G. Bonanno (1997)
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[thumbnail] Interpersonal ambivalence, perceived relationship adjustment, and conjugal loss
by L. Gunzerath, D. Keltner, M. Horowitz, G. Bonanno & C. Notarius (1998)
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[thumbnail] Toward an integrative perspective on bereavement
by S. Kaltman & G. Bonanno (1999)
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[thumbnail] The crucial importance of empirical evidence in the development of bereavement theory: Reply to Archer (2001)
by G. Bonanno (2001)
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[thumbnail] When the face reveals what words do not: Facial expressions of emotion, smiling, and the willingness to disclose childhood sexual abuse
by D. Keltner, J. Noll, F. Putnam, P. Trickett, J. LeJeune, C. Anderson & G. Bonanno (2002)
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[thumbnail] Moderators of the emotion inhibition-health relationship: A review and research agenda
by N. Consedine, C. Magai & G. Bonanno (2002)
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[thumbnail] Resilience to loss and chronic grief: A prospective study from preloss to 18-months postloss
by C. Wortman, D. Lehman, R. Tweed, M. Haring, J. Sonnega, D. Carr, R. Nesse & G. Bonanno (2002)
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[thumbnail] Continuing bonds and adjustment at 5 years after the death of a spouse
by N. Field, E. Gal-Oz & G. Bonanno (2003)
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