Vera Vine

Vera Vine

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

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MS, Yale University 2011
MPhil, Yale University 2012
PhD, Yale University 2016

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Research Interests

My work focuses on biopsychosocial mechanisms in the development of youth emotion dysregulation and related outcomes (e.g., depression, suicide). I am especially interested in understanding the costs, benefits, and foundations--social and biological--of emotion awareness. My work draws on theories of embodied emotion and interoception (upward body-to-brain communication) and integrates multiple methodologies (behavioral, psycholinguistic, biological) to measure emotion experience and the social and biological processes informing it.

Selected Publications

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Vine, V., Boyd, R. L., & Pennebaker, J. P. (2020). Natural emotion vocabularies as windows on distress and well-being. Nature Communications, 11, 4525.

Vine, V., Victor, S. E., Mohr, H., Byrd, A. L., & Stepp, S. D. (2020). Adolescent suicide risk and experiences of dissociation in daily life. Psychiatry Research, 287, 112870.

Vine, V., Byrd, A. L., Mohr, H., Scott, L. N., Beeney, J. E., & Stepp, S. D. (2020). The structure of psychopathology in a sample of clinically referred, emotionally dysregulated early adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 48(11), 1379-1393.

Vine, V., Hilt, L. M., Marroquín, B. M., & Gilbert, K. E. (2019). Socially oriented thinking and the biological stress response: Thinking of friends and family predicts trajectories of salivary cortisol decline. Psychophysiology, 56(12), e13461.

Vine, V., Bernstein, E. E., & Nolen-Hoeksema, S. (2019). Less is More? Effects of exhaustive vs. minimal emotion labeling on emotion regulation strategy planning. Cognition & Emotion, 33(4), 855-826.

Vine, V. & Marroquín, B. (2018). Affect intensity moderates the association of emotional clarity with emotion regulation and depressive symptoms in unselected and treatment-seeking samples. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 42(1), 1-15.

Vine, V., & Aldao, A. (2014). Impaired emotional clarity: A transdiagnostic deficit with symptom-specific pathways through emotion regulation. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 33(4), 319-342.

Vine, V., Aldao, A., & Nolen-Hoeksema, S. (2014). Chasing clarity: Rumination as a strategy for making sense of emotions. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 5(3), 229-243.