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  • Howland, M., Gleason, M., & Simpson, J. A. Reaping what you sow: Reciprocation of capitalization in high trust couples.
  • Armeli, S., Howland, M., Tennen, H., & Todd, M. Drinking to Cope and Coping Effectiveness
    as Predictors of Negative Mood and Fatigue
  • Howland, M, & Tennen, H. Childhood trauma as a predictor of affective instability in
    adulthood.

Published articles and chapters

  • Howland, M., Armeli, S., Feinn, R. S., & Tennen, H. (Under review). The temporal stability of daily-process emotional reactivity to stress. [email for PDF]
  • Rafaeli, E., Gadassi, R., Howland, M., Boussi, A., & Lazarus, G. (Revision in preparation, Personal Relationships). Seeing (bad) clearly: Accuracy regarding negative moods predicts positive relationship outcomes. [email for PDF]
  • Ehrenberg, E., Armeli, S., Howland, M., & Tennen, H. (in press). A daily process examination of episode-specific drinking to cope motivation among college students. Addictive Behaviors. [email for PDF]
  • Howland, M. , Farrell, A. K., Simpson, J. A., Rothman, A. J., Burns, R., Fillo, J., & Wlaschin, J. (Accepted, November 2015). Relational effects on physical activity: A dyadic approach to the theory of planned behavior. Health Psychology. PDF
  • Howland, M. (2015). Reading minds and being invisible: The role of empathic accuracy in invisible support provision. Social Psychological and Personality Science. PDF
  • Scherschel, H., Howland, M. & Mann, T. (2014). Effects of subtle and explicit health messages on food choice. Health Psychology.  PDF
  • Howland, M. & Simpson, J. A. (2013). Attachment orientations and reactivity to aggressive humor in a social support context. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. PDF
  • Simpson, J. A. & Howland, M. (2012). Bringing the partner into attachment theory and research: A commentary on Mikulincer and Shaver . Journal of Family Theory and Review., 4,282-289. 
  • Howland, M. & Hunger, J., & Mann, T. (2012). Friends don’t let friends eat cookies: Effects of restrictive eating norms on consumption among friends. Appetite, 59, 505-509. PDF
  • Shallcross, S., Howland, M., Bemis, J., Frazier, P., & Simpson, J. (2011). Not “capitalizing” on social capitalization interactions: The role of attachment insecurity. Journal of Family Psychology, 25, 77-85. PDF
  • Howland, M. & Simpson, J. A. (2010). Getting in under the radar: A dyadic view of invisible support. Psychological Science, 21, 1878-1885. PDF
  • Howland, M. & Rafaeli, E. (2010). Bringing everyday mind reading into everyday life: Assessing empathic accuracy with daily diary data. Journal of Personality, 78, 1437-1468. PDF
  • Cuperman, R., Howland, M., Ickes, W. & Simpson, J. A. (2010). Motivated inaccuracy: Past and future directions, in Smith, J. L., Ickes, W., & Hodges, S. (Eds), Managing Interpersonal Sensitivity: Knowing When—and When Not—to Understand Others. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.