Quaglia, J. T., Zeidan, F., Grossenbacher, P. G., Freeman, S. P., Braun, S. E., Martelli, A., Goodman, R. J., & Brown, K. W. (2019). Brief mindfulness training enhances cognitive control in socioemotional contexts: Behavioral and neural evidence. PLOS ONE.

Shomaker, L. B., Pivarunas, B., Annameier, S., Gulley, L., Quaglia, J. T., Brown, K. W., Broderick, P., & Bell, C. (2019). One-year follow-up of a randomized trial piloting a mindfulness-based group intervention for adolescent insulin resistance. Frontiers in Psychology.


Dalager, S., Annameier, S., Bruggink, S. M., Pivarunas, B., Coatsworth, J. D., Schmid, A. A., Bell, C., Broderick, P., Brown, K. W., Quaglia, J. T., Shomaker, L. B. (2018). Mindfulness-based group intervention for an adolescent girl at risk for type 2 diabetes: A case study. Advances in Mind-Body Medicine.

Quaglia, J. T., & Holecek, A. (2018). Lucid virtual dreaming: Antecedents and consequents of virtual lucidity during virtual threat. Proceedings of IEEE Virtual Reality.


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Berry, D. R., Cairo, A. H., Goodman, R. J., Quaglia, J. T., Green, J. D., & Brown, K. W. (2017). Mindfulness increases empathic and prosocial responses toward victims of ostracism. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Advance online publication.

Grossenbacher, P.G., & Quaglia, J.T. (2017). Contemplative cognition: A more integrative framework for advancing mindfulness and meditation researchMindfulness, 8(6), 1580-1593.

Shomaker, L.B., Bruggink, S.M., Pivarunas, B., Skoranski, A., Foss, J., Chaffin, E., Dalager, S., Annameier, S., Quaglia, J.T., Brown, K.W., Broderick, P., & Bell, C. (in press). Pilot randomized controlled trial of a mindfulness-based intervention in adolescent girls at risk for Type 2 diabetes with depressive symptomsComplimentary Therapies in Medicine.


Brown, K. W., Berry, D. R., & Quaglia, J. T. (2016). The hypo-egoic expression of mindfulness in interpersonal life. In Brown, K.W. & Leary, M.R. (Eds.), Handbook of hypo-egoic phenomena. NY: Oxford University Press. 

Quaglia, J. T., Braun, S. E., Freeman, S. P., McDaniel, M. A., & Brown, K. W. (2016). Meta-analytic evidence for effects of mindfulness training on dimensions of self-reported dispositional mindfulness. Psychological Assessment. Advance online publication. 

Way, B., Brown, K. W., Quaglia, J. T., McCain, N., & Taylor, S. E. (2016). Nonsynonymous HTR2C polymorphism predicts cortisol response to psychosocial stress II: Evidence from two samples. Psychoneuroendocrinology.  Advance online publication.


Goodman, R. J., Quaglia, J. T., & Brown, K. W. (2015). Burning issues in dispositional mindfulness research. In B.D. Ostafin, M. D. Robinson, & B. P. Meier (Eds.), Handbook of mindfulness and self-regulation. NY: Springer. 

Quaglia, J. T., Goodman, R. J., & Brown, K. W. (2015). Trait mindfulness predicts efficient top-down attention to and discrimination of facial expressions. Journal of Personality, 84(3), 393-404.

Quaglia, J. T., Brown, K. W., Lindsay, E. K., Creswell, J. D., & Goodman, R. J. (2015). From conceptualization to operationalization of mindfulness. In Brown, K.W., Ryan, R.M., & Creswell, J.D. (Eds.), Handbook of mindfulness: Theory, research, practice (pp. 179-199). NY: Guilford.


Quaglia, J. T., Goodman, R. J., & Brown, K. W. (2014). From mindful attention to social connection: The key role of emotion regulation. Cognition and Emotion, 29(8), 1466-1474. 

Seema, R., Quaglia, J. T., Brown, K. W., Sircova, A., Konstabel, K., Baltin, A. (2014). The Estonian Mindful Attention Awareness Scale: Assessing mindfulness without a distinct linguistic present tense. Mindfulness, 6(4), 759-766.