Jordan, K.D. (2018). The reactivity hypothesis and case examples: A salubrious role for avoidance? . Manuscript submitted for publication.
Kristeller, J. L. & Jordan, K.D. (2018). Mindful Eating: Connecting With the Wise Self, the Spiritual Self. Frontiers in Psychology..
Kristeller, J.L. & Jordan, K.D. (2018). Spirituality and meditative practice: Research opportunities and challenges. Psychological Studies, 63(2), 130-139.
Jordan, K.D. & Smith, T.W. (2017). The interpersonal domain of alexithymia. Personality and Individual Differences, 110, 65-69.
Grove, J.L., Smith, T.W., Crowell, S.E., Williams, P.G., & Jordan, K.D. (2017). Borderline personality features, interpersonal correlates, and blood pressure response to social stressors: Implications for cardiovascular risk. Personality and Individual Differences, 113, 257-263.
Jordan, K.D. & Foster, P.S. (2016). Medical student empathy: Interpersonal distinctions and correlates. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 21(5), 1009-1021
Jordan, K.D., Williams, P.G., & Smith, T.W. (2015). Interpersonal distinctions among hypochondriacal trait components: Styles, goals, vulnerabilities, and perceptions of health care providers. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 34(6), 459-475.
Smith, T.W. & Jordan, K.D. (2015). Interpersonal motives and social-evaluative threat: Effects of acceptance and status stressors on cardiovascular reactivity and salivary cortisol response. Psychophysiology, 52(2), 269-276.
Jordan, K.D., Masters, K., Hooker, S., Ruiz, J., & Smith, T. (2014). An interpersonal approach to religiousness and spirituality as influences on health and well-being. Journal of Personality, 82(5), 418-431.
Jordan, K.D. & Okifuji, A. (2011). Anxiety disorders: Differential diagnosis and their relationship to chronic pain. Journal of Pain & Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 25(3), 231-245.
Williams, P.G., Smith, T.W., & Jordan, K.D. (2010). Health anxiety and hypochondriasis: Interpersonal extensions of the cognitive-behavioral perspective. In J. G. Beck (Ed.), Interpersonal Processes in the Anxiety Disorders , (pp. 261-284).Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.