Paper Abstract

Publications

SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

2021

Mongrain, M., & Shoikhedbrod, A. (2021). When depression breeds rejection rather than compassion: Disagreeableness, stigma, and lack of empathic concern among support providers. Front. Psychiatry 12:594229. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2021.594229

2021

Mongrain, M., Keltner, D., & Kirby, J. (2021). Editorial: Expanding the Science of Compassion. Front. Psychol. 12:745799. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.745799

2020

Barnes, C., & Mongrain, M. (2020). A three-factor model of personality predicts changes in depression and subjective well-being following positive psychology interventions. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 15(4), 556-568.

2020

Chen, S. K., & Mongrain, M. (2020). Awe and the Interconnected Self. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-9.

2018

Mongrain, M., Barnes, C., Barnhart, R., & Zalan, L. B. (2018). Acts of Kindness Reduce Depression in Individuals Low on Agreeableness. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(3), 323.

2016

Azam, M.A., Mongrain, M., Vora, K. Pirbaglou, M., Azargive, S., Changoor, T., Wayne, N., Guglietti, C., Macpherson, A., Irvine, J., Rotondi, M., Smith, D., Perez, D., & Ritvo, P. (2016). Mindfulness as an alternative for supporting university student mental health: A study of cognitive-emotional and depressive self-criticism measures. International Journal of Educational Psychology.

2016

Mongrain, M., Komeylian, Z., & Barnhart, R. (2016). Happiness vs. mindfulness exercises for individuals vulnerable to depression. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 11(4), 366-377.

2015

Sergeant, S., & Mongrain, M. (2015). Online Positive Psychology Exercises: Distressed Users Are More Likely to Benefit than Non-distressed Users. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 56, 322-331.

2014

Sergeant, S., & Mongrain, M. (2014). An Online Optimism Intervention Reduces Depression in Pessimistic Individuals. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

2013

Ritvo, P., Vora, K., Irvine, J., Mongrain, M., Azargive, S., Azam, M. A., Pirboglou, M., Guglietti, C., Wayne, N., Cribbie, R., & Perez, D. (2013). Reductions in negative automatic thoughts in students attending mindfulness tutorials predicts increased life satisfaction. International Journal of Educational Psychology, 2(3).

2013

Young, R., Struthers, C.W., Khoury, C., Muscat, S., Phills, C., & Mongrain, M. (2013). Forgiveness and revenge: The conflicting needs of dependents and self-critics in relationships. Journal of Clinical and Social Psychology, 32(10), 1099-1119.

2013

Kopala-Sibley, D.C., Mongrain, M., & Zuroff, D. C. (2013). A lifespan perspective on Dependency and Self-Criticsm: Age trends from 18 to 59. Journal of Adult Development, 20(1).

2012

Mongrain, M., & Anselmo- Matthews, T. (2012). Do positive psychology exercises work? A replication of Seligman et al. (2005). Journal of Clinical Psychology, 68(4), 382-389.

Chapters

2019

Mongrain, M. & Shoikhedbrod, A. (2019). On the benefits of compassionate action: Who has the most to gain? In L. Galiana, L. and N. Sanso (Eds.) The Power of Compassion, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York.

2014

Mongrain, M. (2014). Compassion, happiness and self-esteem. In Michalos, A. C. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands:  pp 1129-1133.

2010

Mongrain, M. (2010). Dependency. In I. Weiner & E. Craighead (Eds.). Corsini’s Encyclopedia of Psychology, 4th Edition. John Wiley and Sons.

2005

Zuroff, D. C., Santor, D. A., & Mongrain, M. (2005).  Dependency, self-criticism, and maladjustment.  In J. S. Auerbach, K. J. Levy, and C. E. Schaffer (Eds.), Relatedness, self-definition and mental representation: Essays in honor of Sidney J. Blatt. Brunner-Routledge: London.