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Sripada, C. & Konrath, S. (2011) Telling more than we can know about intentional action. Mind & Language. 26, 353-380

Antonucci, T., Ashton-Miller, J., Brandt , J. Falk, E., Halter, J., Hamdemir, L., Konrath, S., Lee, J., McCullough, W., Persad, C., Seydel, R., Smith,  J., & Webster, N. (2012) The Right to Move: A multidisciplinary lifespan conceptual framework. Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research, 873937. *This paper was developed by the Health across the Life Span workgroup of the University of Michigan’s Society 2030 consortium directed by the first office.  It was a group effort, jointly contributed to by all authors.  Authorship is, therefore, alphabetized

Konrath, S. (2012) Self-esteem, culturally defined. In Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide, Sage Reference.

Schuldt, J., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2012) The Right Angle: Visual Portrayal of Products Affects Observers’ Impressions of Owners, Psychology & Marketing, 29, 705-711.

Konrath, S. (2014) Social (societal) support. In Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide, Sage Reference

Moore, D. & Konrath, S. (2015) “I can almost taste it:” Why people with strong positive emotions experience higher levels of food craving, salivation, and eating intentions. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 25, 42-59

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