Orvell, A., Kross, E., Gelman, S.A. (2020). “You” speaks to me. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Fujita, K., Orvell, A., & Kross, E. (2020). Smarter, Not Harder: A Toolbox Approach to Enhancing Self-Control. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Orvell, A., Vickers, B., Drake, B., Ayduk, O., Moser, J., Jonides, J., & Kross, E. (2020). Does distanced self-talk facilitate emotion regulation across a range of emotionally intense experiences? Clinical Psychological Science.

Orvell, A., Ayduk, O., Moser, J., Gelman, S.A., & Kross, E. (2019) Linguistic shifts: A relatively effortless route to emotion regulation? Current Directions in Psychological Science.

Orvell, A., Kross, E., Gelman, S.A., (2019). “You” and “I” in a Foreign Land: The persuasive force of generic-you. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Orvell, A. (2020, February 24). The persuasive power of you. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, invited submission for “Character and Context” blog

Orvell, A., & Kross, E. (2019). How self-talk promotes self-regulation: Implications for  coping with emotional pain. In S. Rudert, R. Greifender, & K. Williams (Eds.) Current Directions in Ostracism, Social Exclusion and Rejection Research.

Lee, D., Orvell, A., Briskin, J., Shrapnell, T., Gelman, S., Ayduk, O., Ybarra, O., & Kross, E. (2019). When chatting about negative experiences  helps—and when it hurts: Distinguishing adaptive vs. maladaptive social support in computer-mediated communication. Emotion.

Orvell, A., Kross, E., & Gelman, S. A. (2019). Lessons Learned: Young children’s use of generic-you to make meaning from negative experiences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 

Orvell, A., Kross, E., & Gelman, S.A. (2018). That’s how you do it: Generic “you” expresses   norms in early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

Orvell, A., Kross, E., & Gelman, S.A. (2017). How “you” makes meaning. Science.

Kross, E., *Vickers, B, *Orvell, A., *Gainsburg, I., Jonides, J., Moser, J., & Ayduk, O. (2017). Third-person self-talk reduces Ebola worry and risk perception by enhancing rational thinking. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-being.

Verduyn, P., Lee, D. S., Park, J., Shablack, H., Orvell, A., Bayer, J., Ybarra, O., Jonides, J., & Kross, E. (2015). Passive Facebook usage undermines affective well-being: Experimental and longitudinal evidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Under Review

*Orvell, A., *Bruehlman-Senecal, E., Vickers, B., Kross, E., & Ayduk, O. (under revision). From  laboratory to daily life: Self-distancing training buffers against daily rumination and   depression over time.

In preparation

Orvell, A., Cazaubon, S., Vickers, B., Ayduk, O., Kross, E. (Invited submission). Examining the role of distanced self-talk in daily life: An experience sampling study.

Orvell, A., Krpan, K., Martindale, J., Jonides, J., Gelman, S.A., Kross, E. (in prep). Windows onto meaning-making: Depressed and non-depressed individuals’ use of generic-you on  online forums.

Orvell, A., Kross, E., Gelman, S.A. (in prep) “That moment when:” How context shapes people’s engagement with positive experiences

Orvell, A., & Sekaquaptewa, D. (in prep). What’s motherhood got to do with it? The role of identity conflict among women in STEM.