Brady, J. M., Hammer, L. B., Mohr, C. D., & Bodner, T. E. (2020). Supportive supervisor training improves family relationships among employee and spouse dyads. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
Lee, J. D., O’Neill, A. S., Denning, E. C., Mohr, C. D., & Hammer, L. B. (2020). A dyadic examination of drinking behaviors within military-connected couples. Military Behavioral Health, 1-14.
Starkey, A. R., Mohr, C. D., Cadiz, D. M., & Sinclair, R. R. (2019). Gratitude reception and health: Examining the mediating role of satisfaction with patient care in a sample of acute care nurses. Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-10.
Arpin, S. N., & Mohr, C. D. (2018). Transient Loneliness and the Perceived Provision and Receipt of Capitalization Support Within Event-Disclosure Interactions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167218783193.
Arpin, S. N., Starkey, A. R., Mohr, C. D., Greenhalgh, A. M. D., & Hammer, L. B. (2018). “A well spent day brings happy sleep”: A dyadic study of capitalization support in military-connected couples. Journal of Family Psychology, 32(7), 975.
Hammer, L. B., Wan, W. H., Brockwood, K. J., Bodner, T., & Mohr, C. D. (2018). Supervisor support training effects on veteran health and work outcomes in the civilian workplace. The Journal of applied psychology.
Mohr, C. D., McCabe, C. T., Haverly, S. N., Hammer, L. B., & Carlson, K. F. (2018). Drinking Motives and Alcohol Use: The SERVe Study of U.S. Current and Former Service Members. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 79(1), 79-87.
Hammer, L. B., Wan, W. H., Brockwood, K. J., Mohr, C. D., & Carlson, K. F. (2017). Military, work, and health characteristics of separated and active service members from the Study for Employment Retention of Veterans (SERVe). Military Psychology, 29(6), 491-512.
Mohr, C., Haverly, S.N., Froidevaux, A. & Wang, M. (forthcoming). Escaping the self. In D.L. Ferris, R.E. Johnson & C. Sedikides (Eds.), The Self at Work, SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series. Psychological Press.
Mohr, C.D., McCabe, C.T., Haverly, S.N., Hammer, L.B., and Carlson, K.F. (In press). Drinking motives and alcohol use: The SERVe study of U.S. current and former service members. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
Wendt, S., Mohr, C., Wang, M., & Haverly, S. (2018). Proximal predictors of alcohol use among Japanese college students. Substance use & misuse, 53(5), 763-772.
Couture, M.-E., Stewart, S. H., Cooper, M. L., Kuntsche, E., O’Connor, R. M., Mackinnon, S. P., & the DRINC Team (2017). The DRINC (Drinking Reasons Inter-National Collaboration) project: Rationale and protocol for a cross-national study of drinking motives in undergraduates. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research, 6(1), 7-18.
MacKinnon, S.P., Couture, M.-E., Cooper, M.L., Kuntsche, E., O’Connor, R.M., Stewart, S.H. & DRINC Team. (2017). Cross-cultural comparisons of drinking motives in 10 countries: Data from the DRINC Project. Drug and Alcohol Review. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12464
Mohr, C., Arpin, S., McCabe, C., & Haverly, S. (2016). Capitalization and alcohol use: A moderated mediation model of relationship status, capitalization, drinking motives and alcohol consumption. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 35(4), 300-320.
Mohr, C.D., Arpin, S. & McCabe, C. (2015). Daily affect variability and context-specific alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review. doi: 10.1111/dar.12253.
Arpin, S., Mohr, C.D., & Brannan, D. (2015). Perceived Isolation, Social Integration, and Health Behavior: A Daily Process Examination of Responses to Loneliness. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(5): 615-628. DOI: 10.1177/0146167215569722
Wright, R., Mohr, C.D., Sinclair, R., & Yang, L.Q. (2015). Coping Effectively with Work Stress: New Evidence for the Matching Hypothesis. Journal of Organizational Behavior. DOI: 10.1002/job.2002.
Dill, J., Mohr, C., & Ma. L. (2014). How can psychological theory help cities increase walking and bicycling? Journal of the American Planning Association, 80(1), 36-51.
Mohr, C. (2014). Within person indicators of health. European Health Psychologist Bulletin, 16(2), 52-55.
Mohr, C., Jacobs, L., McCabe, C., & Alley, L. (2014). Psychological reactivity: Implications for OHP. In S. Leka & R. R. Sinclair (Eds.), Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology: Global Perspectives on Research and Practice, Volume 3. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons. doi: 10.1002/9781118713860.ch5
Sliter, M., Sinclair, R., Yuan, Z., & Mohr, C. (2014). Don’t fear the reaper: Trait death anxiety, mortality salience, and occupational health. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99 (4), 759-769. doi: 10.1037/a0035729
Wright, R., Mohr, C., & Sinclair, R. (2014). Conflict on the treatment floor: An investigation of interpersonal conflict experienced by nurses. Journal of Research in Nursing, 19 (1), 26-37.
Brannan, D., Biswas-Diener, R., Mohr, C., Mortazavi, S. & Stein, N., (2013). Friends and family: A cross-cultural investigation of social support and subjective well-being. Journal of Positive Psychology, 8 (1), 65-75.
Mohr, C.D., Brannan, D., Wendt, S., Jacobs, L., Wright, R., & Wang, M. (2013). Daily mood-drinking slopes as predictors: A new take on drinking motives and related outcomes. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 27(4), 944-955.
Mohr, C.D., Armeli, S., Tennen, H., & Todd, M. (2010). The complexities of modeling mood-drinking relationships: Lessons learned from daily process research (pp. 189-216). In J. Kassel (Ed.), Substance Abuse and Emotion. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
DeHart, T., Tennen, H., Armeli, S., Todd, M., & Mohr, C. (2009). A diary study of implicit self- esteem, interpersonal interactions, and alcohol consumption in college students. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45(4), 720-730.
Grant, V., Stewart, S., & Mohr, C. (2009) Coping-Anxiety and Coping-Depression Motives Predict Different Daily Mood-Drinking Relationships. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 23 (2), 226-237.
Tucker, J.S., Sinclair, R.R., Mohr, C.D., Adler, A.B., Thomas., J.L., Salvi, A.D. (2009). Stress and counterproductive work behavior: Multiple relationships between demands, control, and soldier indiscipline over time. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 14(3), 257-271.
Mohr, C.D., Brannan, D., Mohr, J., Armeli, S., & Tennen, H. (2008). Evidence for Positive Mood Buffering Among College Student Drinkers. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1249-1259.
Tucker, J.S., Sinclair, R.R., Mohr, C.D., Adler, A.B., Thomas., J.L., Salvi, A.D. (2008). A temporal investigation of the direct, interactive, and reverse relations between demand and control and affective strain. Work and Stress, 22(2), 81-95.
Armeli, S., Mohr, C.D., Todd, M., Maltby, N., Tennen, H., Carney, M.A., & Affleck, G. (2005). Daily evaluation of anticipated outcomes from alcohol use among college students. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 24 (6), 767-792.
Armeli, S., Todd, M., & Mohr, C. (2005). A daily process approach to individual differences in stress-related alcohol use. Journal of Personality, 73 (6), 1657-1686.
Mohr, C.D., Armeli, S., Tennen, H., Temple, M., Todd, M., Clark, J., & Carney, M.A. (2005). Moving beyond the keg party: A daily process investigation of college student drinking motivations. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 19 (4), 392-403.
Armeli, S., Tennen, H., Todd, M., Carney, A. Mohr, C., Affleck, G., & Hromi, A. (2003). A daily process examination of the stress-response dampening effects of alcohol. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 17 (4), 266-276.
Mohr, C.D., Armeli, S., Ohannessian, C.M., Tennen, H., Carney, M.A., Affleck, G. & Del Boca, F.K. (2003). Daily interpersonal experiences and distress: Are women more vulnerable? Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 22 (4), 393-423.
Kenny, D.A., Mohr, C.D., & Levesque, M.J. (2001). A social relations variance partitioning of dyadic behavior. Psychological Bulletin, 127 (1), 128-141.
Mohr, C.D., Armeli, S., Tennen, H., Carney, M., Affleck, G. & Hromi, A. (2001). Daily interpersonal experiences, context and alcohol consumption: Crying in your beer and toasting good times. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 80 (3), 489-500.
Mohr, C.D., Averna, S., Kenny, D.A., & Del Boca, F.K. (2001). “Getting by (or getting high) with a little help from my friends”: An examination of adult alcoholics’ friendships. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 62 (5), 637-645.