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Lee, K.M., Lindquist, K.A., Arbuckle, N.L., Mower, S. M. & Payne, B.K. (in press). An indirect measure of discrete emotion. Emotion. PDF


Leshin, J.C. & Lindquist, K.A. (in press). Neuroimaging of emotion dysregulation. In T. Beauchaine & S. Crowell (Eds). The Handbook of Emotion Dysregulation. New York: Oxford University Press. PDF


MacCormack, J.K., Henry, T.R., Davis, B.M., Oosterwijk, S., & Lindquist, K.A. (in press). Aging bodies, aging emotions: Interoceptive differences in emotion representations and self-reports across adulthood. Emotion. PDF


Satpute, A.B. & Lindquist, K.A. (in press). The default mode network’s role in discrete emotion. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. PDF


Shablack, H., & Lindquist, K.A. (in press). The role of language in the development of emotion. In V. LoBue, K. Perez-Edgar and K. Buss (Eds). Handbook of Emotion Development.  New York: Springer. PDF


van Hoorn, J., Shablack, H., Lindquist, K.A., & Telzer, E.H. (2019). Incorporating the social context into neurocognitive models of adolescent decision-making: A neuroimaging meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 101, 129-142. PDF


Doyle, C.M. & Lindquist, K.A. (2018). When a word is worth a thousand pictures: Language shapes perceptual memory for emotion. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 147, 62-73. PDF


Lee, K., Lindquist, K.A., & Payne, B.K. (2018). Constructing bias: Conceptualization breaks the link between implicit bias and fear of Black Americans. Emotion, 18, 855-871. PDF


MacCormack, J.K. & Lindquist, K.A. (2018). Feeling hangry? When hunger is conceptualized as emotion. Emotion, 19, 301-319. PDF


Webb, T.L., Lindquist, K.A., Jones, C., Avishai-Yitshak, A., & Sheeran, P. (2018). Situation selection is an effective emotion regulation strategy, especially for people who need help regulating their emotions. Cognition and Emotion, 32, 231-248. PDF


Anand, D., Chen, Y., Lindquist, K.A., & Daughters, S.B. (2017). Emotion differentiation predicts likelihood of initial lapse following substance use treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 180, 439-444. PDF


Brooks, J.A.,* Shablack, H.,* Gendron, M., Satpute, A.B., Parrish, M.J., & Lindquist, K.A. (2017). The role of language in the experience and perception of emotion: A neuroimaging meta-analysis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 12, 169-183. PDF
*authors contributed equally


Doyle, C.M. & Lindquist, K.A. (2017). Language and emotion: Hypotheses on the constructed nature of emotion perception. In J.M. Fernandez-Dols & J.A. Russell (Eds). The Science of Facial Expression. New York: Oxford University Press. PDF


Lee, J., Lindquist, K.A., & Nam, C.S. (2017). Emotional granularity effects on event-related potentials during affective picture processing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. PDF


Lindquist, K.A. (2017). The role of language in emotion: Existing evidence and future directions. Current Opinion in Psychology, 17,135-139. PDF


MacCormack, J.K. & Lindquist, K.A. (2017). Bodily contributions to emotion: Schachter’s legacy for a psychological constructionist approach. Emotion Review, 9, 36-45. PDF


Spring, V., Cameron, C.D., Gray, K. & Lindquist, K.A. (2017). Comment: Constructing contempt. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40, e246. PDF


Lindquist, K.A.,* Satpute, A.B.,* Wager, T.D., Weber, J., & Barrett, L.F. (2016). The brain basis of positive and negative affect: Evidence from a meta-analysis of the human neuroimaging literature. Cerebral Cortex, 5 1910-1922. PDF
*authors contributed equally


Lindquist, K.A., Gendron, M., & Satpute, A.B. (2016). Language and emotion: Putting words into feelings and feelings into words. In L.F. Barrett, M. Lewis & J.M. Haviland-Jones (Eds.) Handbook of Emotions (4th ed.). New York: Guilford. PDF


MacCormack, J. K. & Lindquist, K. A. (2016). Detection of emotion. In H.L. Miller The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology. New York: Sage Publishing. PDF


Oosterwijk, S., Lindquist, K.A., Adebayo, M., & Barrett, L.F. (2016). The neural representation of typical and atypical experiences of negative images: Comparing fear, disgust and morbid fascination. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 11, 11-22. PDF


Cameron, C.D., Lindquist, K.A., & Gray, K. (2015). A constructionist review of morality and emotions: No evidence for specific correspondences between discrete emotions and moral concerns. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 19, 371-394. PDF


Hallam, G.P., Webb, T.L., Sheeran, P., Miles, E., Wilkinson, I.D, Hunter, M.D., Barker, A.T., Woodruff, P.R.W, Totterdell, P., Lindquist, K.A., & Farrow, T.F.D. (2015). The neural correlates of emotion regulation by implementation intentions PLOS One.10(3): e0119500. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0119500. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., Satpute, A.B., & Gendron, M. (2015). Does language do more than communicate emotion? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 99-108. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., MacCormack, J.K., & Shablack, H. (2015). The role of language in emotion: Predictions from psychological constructionism. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 444; doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00444. PDF


Nook, E.C., Lindquist, K.A., & Zaki, J. (2015). A new look at emotion perception. Concepts speed and shape facial emotion recognition. Emotion, 15, 569–578. PDF


Oosterwijk, S., Touroutoglou, A., & Lindquist, K.A. (2015). The neuroscience of construction: What neuroimaging can tell us about how the brain creates the mind. In L.F. Barrett & J.A. Russell (Eds.), The Psychological Construction of Emotion. New York: Guilford


Touroutoglou, A., Lindquist, K. A., Dickerson B. C., & Barrett, L. F. (2015). Intrinsic connectivity in the human brain does not reveal networks for "basic" emotions. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 1257-1265. PDF


Lindquist, K.A.,* Gendron, M.,* Barrett, L.F.* & Dickerson, B.C.* (2014). Emotion perception, but not affect perception, is impaired with semantic memory loss. Emotion, 14, 375-387. PDF
*authors contributed equally


Lindquist, K.A. & MacCormack, J.K. (2014). Comment: Constructionism is a multi-level framework for affective science. Emotion Review, 6, 134-139. PDF


Quigley, K. S., Lindquist, K.A., & Barrett, L.F. (2014). Inducing and measuring emotion and affect: Tips, tricks, and secrets. In H. Reis & C. Judd (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods in Personality and Social Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press. PDF


Fugate, J.M.B., Lindquist, K.A., & Barrett, L.F. (2013). Emotion experience: Generation or construction? In K. Ochsner & S. Kosslyn (Eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience. New York: Oxford University Press. 


Lindquist, K.A. (2013). Emotions emerge from more basic psychological ingredients: A modern psychological constructionist approach. Emotion Review, 5, 356-368. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., Gendron, M., Oosterwijk, S., & Barrett, L.F. (2013). Do people essentialize emotion? Individual differences in emotional essentialism and consequences for emotional complexity. Emotion, 13, 629-644. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., & Gendron, M. (2013). What's in a word? Language constructs emotion perception. Emotion Review, 5, 66-71. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., Siegel, E.H., Quigley, K.S., & Barrett, L.F. (2013). The hundred year emotion war: Are emotions natural kinds or psychological constructions? Comment on Lench, Flores and Bench (2011). Psychological Bulletin, 139, 255-263. PDF


Gendron, M., Lindquist, K.A., Barsalou, L. & Barrett, L.F. (2012). Emotion words shape emotion percepts. Emotion, 12, 314-325. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., & Barrett, L.F. (2012). A functional architecture of the human brain: Emerging insights from the science of emotion. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16, 533-540. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., Wager, T.D., Kober, H., Bliss-Moreau, E., & Barrett, L.F. (2012). The brain basis of emotion: A meta-analytic review. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 121-143. [target article] PDF


Lindquist, K.A., Wager, T.D., Bliss-Moreau, E., Kober, H., & Barrett, L.F. (2012). What are emotions and how are they created in the brain? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 175-184. [response to comments] PDF


*Oosterwijk, S., *Lindquist, K.A., Anderson, E., Dautoff, R., Moriguchi, Y. & Barrett, L.F. (2012). States of mind: Emotions, body feelings, and thoughts share distributed neural networks. NeuroImage, 62, 2110-2128. PDF
*authors contributed equally


Lindquist, K.A. (2009). Comment: Language is powerful. Emotion Review, 1, 16-18. PDF


Barrett, L. F. & Lindquist, K. A. (2008). The embodiment of emotion. In G. R. Semin & E. R. Smith (Eds.), Embodied grounding: social, cognitive, affective, and neuroscientific approaches. New York: Cambridge University Press. PDF


Kober, H., Barrett, L.F., Joseph, J., Bliss-Moreau, E., Lindquist, K.A., & Wager, T.D., (2008). Functional networks and cortical-subcortical interactions in emotion: A meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies. NeuroImage, 42, 998-1031. PDF


Lindquist, K.A., & Barrett, L.F. (2008). Constructing emotion: The experience of fear as a conceptual act. Psychological Science, 19, 898-903. PDF


Lindquist, K., & Barrett, L. F. (2008). Emotional complexity. In M. Lewis, J. M. Haviland-Jones, & L.F. Barrett (Eds.), Handbook of emotions (3rd ed.), New York: Guilford. PDF


Wager, T., Barrett, L.F., Bliss-Moreau, E., Lindquist, K.A., et al (2008). The neuroimaging of emotion. In M. Lewis, J.M. Haviland-Jones, & L.F. Barrett (Eds.), Handbook of emotions (3rd ed). New York: Guilford. 


Barrett, L.F., Lindquist, K.A., & Gendron, M. (2007). Language as context in the perception of emotion. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11, 327-332. PDF


Barrett, L.F., Lindquist, K.A., Bliss-Moreau, E., Duncan, S., Gendron, M., Mize, J. & Brennan, L. (2007). Of mice and men: Natural kinds of emotion in the mammalian brain? Perspectives in Psychological Science, 2, 297-312. PDF


Lindquist, K. A., Barrett, L. F., Bliss-Moreau, E., & Russell, J. A. (2006). Language and the perception of emotion. Emotion, 6, 125-138. PDF