Dr. Greg Miller’s Publications


  1. Brody, G.H., Miller, G.E., Yu, T., Beach, S.R.H., & Chen, E. (2016). Supportive family environments ameliorate the link between racial discrimination and epigenetic aging: A replication across two longitudinal cohorts. Psychological Science, 27, 530-541.
  2. Brody, G.H., Yu, T., Chen, E., Beach, S.R.H., & Miller, G.E. (2016). Family-centered prevention ameliorates the longitudinal association between risky family processes and epigenetic aging. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 57, 566-574.
  3. Brody, G. H., Yu, T., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2016). Resilience in adolescence, health, and psychosocial outcomes. Pediatrics, 138, e20161042.
  4. Brody, G. H., Yu, T., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2016). Youth temperament, harsh parenting, and variation in the oxytocin receptor gene forecast allostatic load during emerging adulthood. Development and Psychopathology, 13, 1-13.
  5. Chan, M., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2016). Early life socioeconomic status and metabolic outcomes in adolescents: The role of implicit affect about one’s family. Health Psychology, 35, 387-396.
  6. Chen, E., Miller, G.E., Yu, T., & Brody, G.H. (2016). The Great Recession and health risks in African-American youth. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 53, 234-241.
  7. Chen, E., Shalowitz, M. U., Story, R. E., Ehrlich, K. B., Levine, C. S., Hayen, R., Leigh, A. K. K., & Miller, G. E. (2016). Dimensions of socioeconomic status and childhood asthma outcomes:  Evidence for distinct behavioral and biological associations.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 78, 143-1052.
  8. Chen, E., Turiano, N.A., Mroczek, D.K., & Miller, G.E. (2016). Reports of childhood abuse associated with all-cause mortality rates in women. JAMA Psychiatry, 73, 920-927.
  9. de la Hoz, R.E., Yunho, J., Miller, G.E., Wisnivesky, J.P., Celedón, J.C. (2016). Post-traumatic stress disorder, bronchodilator response, and incident asthma in World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers.  American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 194, 1383-1391.
  10. Ehrlich, K.B., Miller, G.E., Rohleder, N., & Adam, E.K. (2016). Trajectories of relationship stress and inflammatory processes in adolescence. Development and Psychopathology, 28, 127-138.
  11. Ehrlich, K. B., Miller, G. E., Scheide, T., Baveja, S., Weiland, R., Galvin, J., Mehta, J., & Penedo, F. (2016). Pre-transplant emotional support is associated with longer survival after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplantation, 51, 1594-1598.
  12. Ehrlich, K.B., Ross, K.M., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2016). Testing the biological embedding hypothesis: Is early life adversity associated with a later proinflammatory phenotype? Development and Psychopathology, 28, 1273-1283.
  13. Han, Y.Y., Forno, E., Marsland, A.L., Miller, G.E., & Celedón, J.C. (2016). Depression, asthma, and bronchodilator response in a nationwide study of US adults. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Practice, 4, 68-73.
  14. Herriot, H., Wrosch, C., Gouin, J. P., & Miller, G. E. (2016). Intra-individual cortisol variability and low-grade inflammation over 10 years in older adults. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 77, 141-149.
  15. Hostinar, C. E., Davidson, R. J., Graham, E. K., Mroczek, D. K., Lachman, M. E., Seeman, T. E., van Reekum, C. M., & Miller, G. E. (2016). Frontal brain asymmetry, childhood maltreatment, and low-grade inflammation at midlife. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 75, 152-163.
  16. McDade, T.W., Ross, K., Fried, R., Arevalo, J.M.G., Ma, J., Miller, G.E., & S.W. Cole (2016).  Genome-wide profiling of RNA from dried blood spots: Convergence with bioinformatic results derived from whole venous blood and peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Biodemography and Social Biology, 62, 182-197.
  17. Miller, G.E., Cohen, S., Janicki-Deverts, D., Brody, G.H., & Chen, E. (2016). Viral challenge reveals further evidence of skin-deep resilience in African Americans from disadvantaged backgrounds. Health Psychology, 35, 1225-1234.
  18. Miller, G.E., Engen, P.A., Gillevet, P., Shaikh, M., Sikaroodi, M., Forsyth, C.B., Mutlu, E., & Keshavarzian, A. (2016). Lower neighborhood socioeconomic status associated with reduced diversity of the colonic microbiota in healthy adults. PLOS ONE, 11, e0148952.
  19. Nusslock, R., & Miller, G.E. (2016). Early-life adversity and physical and emotional health across the lifespan: A neuro-immune network hypothesis. Biological Psychiatry, 80, 23-32.
  20. Ross, K.M., Miller, G.E., Culhane, J. F., Grobman, W., Simhan, H. N., Wadhwa, P., Williamson, D. F., McDade, T., Buss, C., Entringer, S., Adam, E. K., Qadir, S., Keenan-Devlin, L., & Borders, A. (2016). Patterns of peripheral cytokine expression during pregnancy in two cohorts and associations with inflammatory markers in cord blood. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 76, 406-414.
  21. Schreier, H.M., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2016). Child maltreatment and pediatric asthma: A review of the literature. Asthma Research and Practice, 2, 7.
  22. Brody, G.H., Yu, T., Miller, G.E., & Chen, E. (2015). Discrimination, racial identity, and cytokine levels among African-American adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 56, 496-501
  23. Chen, E., McLean, K. C., & Miller, G. E. (2015). Shift-and-Persist strategies:  Associations with socioeconomic status and the regulation of inflammation among adolescents and their parents.  Psychosomatic Medicine, 77, 371-382.
  24. Chen, E., Miller, G.E., Brody, G.H., & Lei, M. (2015). Neighborhood poverty, college attendance, and diverging profiles of substance use and allostatic load in rural African-American youth. Clinical Psychological Science, 3, 675-685.
  25. Ehrlich, K. B., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2015). Harsh parent-child conflict is associated with decreased anti-inflammatory gene expression and increased symptom severity in children with asthma. Development and Psychopathology, 27, 1547-1554.
  26. Ehrlich, K. B., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2015). Family functioning, eosinophil activity, and symptoms in children with asthma. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 40, 781-789.
  27. Goldstein, B.I., Carnethon, M.R., Matthews, K.A., McIntyre, R.S., Miller, G.E., Raghuveer, G., Stoney, C.M., Wasiak, H., & McCrindle, B.W. (2015). Major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder predispose youth to accelerated atherosclerosis and early cardiovascular disease: A scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2015;132, 965-986.
  28. Hostinar, C. E., Lachman, M. E., Mroczek, D., Seeman, T. E., & Miller, G. E. (2015). Additive roles of childhood adversity and recent stressors in explaining inflammation at midlife: Findings from the national MIDUS study. Developmental Psychology, 51, 1630-1644.
  29. Hostinar, C. E., Ross, K. M., Chen, E., & Miller, G. E. (2015). Modeling the association between lifecourse socioeconomic disadvantage and systemic inflammation in healthy adults: The role of self-control. Health Psychology, 34, 580-590.
  30. Jiang, R., Jones, M.J., Chen, E., Neumann, S.M., Fraser, H.B., Miller, G.E., & Kobor, M.S. (2015). Discordance of DNA methylation variance between two accessible human tissues. Scientific Reports, 5, 8257.
  31. Miller, G.E., Yu, T., Chen, E., & Brody, G.H. (2015). Self-control forecasts better psychosocial outcomes but faster epigenetic aging in low-SES youth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112,10325-10330.
  32. Murphy, M.L.M., Slavich, G.M., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2015). Targeted rejection predicts decreased anti-inflammatory gene expression and increased symptom severity in youth with asthma. Psychological Science, 26, 111-121.
  33. Ramratnam, S.K., Han, Y.Y., Rosas-Salazar, C., Forno, F., Brehm, J.M., Rosser, F., Marsland, A.L., Colón-Semidey, A., Alvarez, M., Miller, G.E., Acosta-Pérez, E., Canino, G., & Celedón, J.C. (2015). Exposure to gun violence and asthma among children in Puerto Rico. Respiratory Medicine, 109, 975-981.
  34. Subbarao, P., Anand, S. S., Becker, A. B., Befus, A. D., Brauer, M., Brook, J. R., Denburg, J.A., Hayglass, K.T., Kobor, M.S., Kollmann, T.R., Kozyrskyj, A.L., Lou, W.Y., Mandhane, P.J., Miller, G.E., Moraes, T.J., Pare, P.D., Scott, J.A., Takaro, T.K., Turvey, S.E., Duncan, J.M., Lefebvre, D.L., & Sears, M.R. (2015). The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study: Examining developmental origins of allergy and asthma. Thorax, 70, 998-1000.
  35. Brody, G.H., Lei, M.K., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2014). Neighborhood poverty and allostatic load in African American youths. Pediatrics, 134, e1362-1368.
  36. Brody, G.H., Yu, T., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2014). Prevention Moderates Associations Between Family Risks and Youth. Health Psychology, 33, 1435-1439.
  37. Brody, G.H., Yu, T., MacKillop, J., Miller, G.E., Chen, E., Obasi, E., & Beach, S.R.H. (2014). Catecholamine levels and delay discounting forecast drug use among African American youths. Addiction, 109, 1112-1118.
  38. Human, L. J., Chan, M., DeLongis, A., Roy, L., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E. (2014). Parental accuracy regarding adolescent daily experiences_Relationships with adolescent psychological adjustment and inflammatory regulation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 76, 603-610.
  39. Liu, S.Y., Wrosch, C., Miller, G.E., & Pruessner, J.C. (2014). Self-esteem change and diurnal cortisol secretion in older adulthood. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 41, 111-120.
  40. Miller, G.E., Brody, G.H., Yu, T., & Chen, E. (2014). A family oriented psychosocial intervention reduces inflammation in low-SES African-American youth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111, 11287-11292.
  41. Miller, G.E., Murphy, M.L.M., Cashman, R., Ma, R., Ma, J., Arevalo, J.M.G., Kobor, M.S., & Cole, S.W. (2014). Greater inflammatory activity and blunted glucocorticoid signaling in monocytes of chronically stressed caregivers. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 41, 191-199.
  42. Rosenberg, S.L., Miller, G.E., Brehm, J.M., & Celedón, J.C. (2014). Stress and asthma: Novel insights on genetic, epigenetic and immunologic mechanisms. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 134, 1009-1015.
  43. Ross, K.M., Murphy, M.L.M., Adam, E.K., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2014). How stable are diurnal cortisol activity indices in healthy individuals? Evidence from 3 multi-wave studies. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 39, 184-193.
  44. Straub, H., Qadir, S., Miller, G.E., & Borders, A. (2014). Stress and stress reduction. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 57, 579-606.
  45. Miller, G. E., Brody, G. H. Yu, T., & Chen, E. (2014).  Mitigating the effects of childhood disadvantage: Family-oriented intervention reduces inflammation in low-SES African American youth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111, 11287-11292.
  46. Powell, N. D., Sloan, E. K., Bailey, M. T., Arevalo, J. M. G., Miller, G. E., Chen, E., Kobor, M. S., Reader, B. F., Sheridan, J. F., & Cole, S. W. (2014). Social stress upregulates pro-inflammatory gene expression via beta-adrenergic induction of myelopoiesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
  47. Chen, E., & Miller, G. E. (in press). Early life environments, emotion regulation, and the biological mechanisms of disease. In J. J. Gross (Ed.), Handbook of Emotion Regulation (2nd edition). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  48. Lam, L.L., Emberly, E., Fraser, H.B., Neumann, S.B., Chen, E., Miller, G.E., & Kobor, M.S. (2013). Reply to Suderman et al.: Importance of accounting for blood cell composition in epigenetic studies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110, E1247.
  49. Marin, T.J., & Miller, G.E. (2013). Taking the middle ground, where the path is most clear: Reply to Smith (2013) and Denollet (2013)). Psychological Bulletin, 139, 998-999.
  50. Marin, T.J., & Miller, G.E. (2013). The interpersonally sensitive disposition and health: An integrative review. Psychological Bulletin, 139, 941-984.
  51. Murphy, M.L.M., Slavich, G.M., Rohleder, N., & Miller, G.E. (2013). Targeted rejection triggers differential pro- and anti-inflammatory gene expression in adolescents as a function of social status. Clinical Psychological Science, 1, 30-40.
  52. Murphy, M.L.M., Miller, G.E., & Wrosch, C. (2013). Conscientiousness and stress exposure and reactivity: A prospective study of adolescent girls. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 36, 153-164.
  53. Ross, K.M., McDonald-Jones, G., & Miller, G.E. (2013). Oxytocin does not attenuate the ex vivo production of inflammatory cytokines by LPS-activated monocytes and macrophages from healthy male and female donors. Neuroimmunomodulation, 20, 285-293.
  54. Ross, K.M., Liu, S., Tomfohr, L.M., & Miller, G.E. (2013). Self-esteem variability predicts arterial stiffness trajectories in healthy adolescent females. Health Psychology, 32, 869-876.
  55. Chen, E. & Miller G. E. (2013). Socioeconomic status and health: Mediating and moderating factors. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 9, 723-749.
  56. Brody, G. E., Yu, T., Chen, E., Miller, G. E., Kogan, S. M., & Beach, S. R. H. (2013). Is resilience only skin deep? Rural African Americans’ socioeconomic status-related risk and competence in preadolescence and psychological adjustment and allostatic load at age 19. Psychological Science, 24, 1285-1293.
  57. Miller G.E., & Chen, E. (2013). The biological residue of childhood poverty. Child Development Perspectives, 7, 67-73.
  58. Human, L. J., Biesanz, J. C., Miller, G. E., Chen, E., Lachman, M. E., & Seeman, T. E. (2013). Is change bad? Personality change is associated with poorer psychological health and greater metabolic syndrome in midlife. Journal of Personality, 81, 249-260.
  59. Azad, M.B., Lissitsyn, Y., Miller G.E., Becker, A.B., HayGlass, K.T., & Kozyrskyj, A.L. (2012). Influence of socioeconomic status trajectories on innate immune responsiveness in children. PLoS ONE, 7, e38669.
  60. Cohen, S., Janicki-Deverts, D., Doyle, W.J., Miller, G.E., Frank, E., Rabin, B.S., & Turner, R.B. (2012). Chronic stress, glucocorticoid receptor resistance, inflammation and disease risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, 5995-5999.
  61. Ho, W.S., Hill, M.N., Miller, G.E., Gorzalka, B.B., & Hillard, C.E. (2012). Serum contents of endocannabinoids are correlated with blood pressure in depressed women. Lipids in Health and Disease, 11, 32.
  62. Lam, L.L., Emberly, E., Fraser, H.B., Neumann, S.B., Chen, E., Miller, G.E., & Kobor, M.S. (2012). Factors underlying variable DNA methylation in a human community cohort.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, 17253-17260.
  63. Miller, G.E., & Cole, S.W. (2012). Clustering of depression and inflammation in adolescents previously exposed to childhood adversity. Biological Psychiatry, 72, 34-40.
  64. Rueggeberg, R., Wrosch, C., & Miller, G.E. (2012). The different roles of perceived stress in the association between older adults’ physical activity and physical health. Health Psychology, 31, 164-171.
  65. Rueggeberg, R., Wrosch, C., & Miller, G.E. (2012). Sleep duration buffers diurnal cortisol increases in older adulthood. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 37, 1029-1038.
  66. Rueggeberg, R., Wrosch, C., & Miller, G.E. (2012). Associations between health-related self-protection, diurnal cortisol, and C-reactive protein in lonely older adults. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74, 937-944.
  67. Chen E., & Miller, G.E. (2012). “Shift-and-Persist” strategies: Why being low in socioeconomic status isn’t always bad for health. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 135 – 158.
  68. Miller, G. E., Lachman, M. E., Chen, E., Gruenewald, T. L., Karlamangla, A. S., & Seeman, T. E. (2011). Pathways to resilience: Maternal nurturance as a buffer against the effects of childhood poverty on metabolic syndrome at midlife. Psychological Science, 22, 1591-1599.
  69. Chen, E., Strunk, R. C., Trethewey, A., Schreier, H. M. C., Maharaj, N., & Miller, G. E. (2011).  Resilience in low socioeconomic status children with asthma: Adaptations to stress.  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 128, 970-976.
  70. Miller, G. E., Chen, E., & Parker, K. J. (2011).  Psychological stress in childhood and susceptibility to the chronic diseases of aging: Moving towards a model of behavioral and biological mechanisms. Psychological Bulletin, 137, 959-997.
  71. Chan, M., Chen, E., Hibbert, A. S., Wong, J. H. K., & Miller, G. E.  (2011). Implicit measures of early-life family conditions: Relationships to psychosocial characteristics and cardiovascular disease risk in adulthood. Health Psychology, 30, 570-578.
  72. Ross, K., Martin, T., Chen, E., & Miller, G. E. (2011).  Social encounters in daily life and two-year changes in metabolic risk factors in young women.  Development and Psychopathology, 23, 897-906.
  73. Schreier, H. M. C., Miller, G. E., & Chen, E.  (2011).  Clinical potentials for measuring stress in youth with asthma. Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, 31, 41-54.
  74. Chen, E., Miller, G.E., Kobor, M.S., & Cole, S. (in press). Maternal warmth buffers the effects of low early-life socioeconomic status on pro-inflammatory signaling in adulthood. Molecular Psychiatry
  75. Chen, E., Cohen, S., & Miller, G.E. (2010). How low socioeconomic status affects two-year hormonal trajectories in children. Psychological Science, 21, 31-37.
  76. Chen, E., Strunk, R.C., Bacharier, L.B., Chan, M., & Miller, G.E.  (2010). Socioeconomic status associated with exhaled nitric oxide responses to acute stress in children with asthma. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 24, 444-450.
  77. Miller, G.E., & Chen, E. (2010). Harsh family climate in early life presages the emergence of a proinflammatory phenotype in adolescence. Psychological Science, 21, 848-856.
  78. Schaller, M., Miller, G.E., Gervais, W.M., Yager, S. & Chen, E. (2010). Mere visual perception of other people’s disease symptoms facilitates a more aggressive immune response. Psychological Science, 21, 649-652.
  79. Yager, S.S., Forlenza, M.J., & Miller, G.E. (2010). Depression and oxidative damage to lipids. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35, 1356-1362.
  80. Chen, E., Miller, G.E., Walker, H.A., Arevalo, J.M., Sung, C.Y., & Cole, S.W. (2009). Transcriptional profiling of social class in children with asthma. Thorax, 64, 38-43.
  81. Freedland, K.E., de Geus, E.J.C., Golden, R.N., Kop, W.J., Miller, G.E., Vaccarino, V., Brumback, B., Llabre, M.M., White, V.J., & Sheps, D.S. (2009). Editorial: What’s in a name? Psychosomatic medicine and biobehavioral medicine. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71, 1-4.
  82. Heslop, C.L., Miller, G.E., & Hill, J.S. (2009). Neighbourhood socioeconomics predict non-cardiovascular death in cardiac patients. PLoS ONE, 4, e4120.
  83. Hill, M.N., Miller, G.E., Carrier, E.J., Gorzalka, B.B., & Hillard, C.J. (2009). Circulating endocannabinoids and N-acyl ethanolamides are differentially regulated by stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 34, 1257-1262.
  84. Marin, T.J., Chen, E., Munch, J., & Miller, G.E. (2009). Double-exposure to acute stress accentuates the impact of chronic family stress on inflammatory processes in children with asthma. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71, 378-384.
  85. Miller, G.E. (2009). In search of integrated specificity: Comment on Denson, Spanovic, and Miller (2009). Psychological Bulletin, 135, 854-856.
  86. Miller, G.E., Chen, E., & Cole., S.W. (2009). Health psychology: Developing biologically plausible models linking the social world and physical health. Annual Review of Psychology, 60, 501-524.
  87. Miller, G.E., Chen, E., Fok, A.K., Walker, H.A., Lim, A., Nicholls, E.F., Cole, S.W., & Kobor, M.S. (2009). Low early-life social class leaves a biological residue manifested by decreased glucocorticoid and increased proinflammatory signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106, 14716–14721.
  88. Miller, G.E., Gaudin, A., Zysk, E., & Chen, E. (2009). Parental support and cytokine activity in childhood asthma: The role of glucocorticoid sensitivity. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 123, 824-830.
  89. Miller, G.E., Rohleder, N., & Cole, S.W. (2009). Chronic interpersonal stress predicts activation of pro- and anti- inflammatory signaling pathways 6 months later. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71, 57-62.
  90. Rohleder, N., Marin, T.J., Ma, R., & Miller, G.E. (2009). Biologic cost of caring for a cancer patient: Dysregulation of pro- and anti-inflammatory signaling pathways. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 27, 2909-2915.
  91. Subbarao, P., Becker, A., Brook, J.R., Daley, D., Mandhane, P.J., Miller, G.E., Turvey, S.E., & Sears, M.R. (2009). Epidemiology of asthma: Risk factors for development. Expert Review of Clinical Immunology, 5, 77-95.
  92. Wrosch, C., & Miller, G.E. (2009). Depression can be useful: Self-regulatory and emotional benefits of dysphoric mood in adolescence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96, 1181-1190.
  93. Hill, M.N., Miller, G.E., Ho, W.V., Gorzalka, B.B., & Hillard, C.J.  (2008). Serum endocannabinoid content is altered in females with depressive disorders: A preliminary report. Pharmacopsychiatry, 41, 48-53.
  94. Marin, T.M., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2008). Trajectories of childhood socioeconomic status and markers of cardiovascular health in adolescence. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70, 152-159.
  95. Miller, G.E., Chen, E., Sze, J., Marin, T.J., Doll, R., Ma, R., & Cole, S.W.  (2008). A functional genomic fingerprint of chronic stress in humans: Blunted glucocorticoid and increased NF-ĸB signaling. Biological Psychiatry, 64, 266-272.
  96. Rohleder, N., Chen, E., Wolf, J.M., & Miller, G.E. (2008). The psychobiology of trait shame in young women: Extending the Social-Self Preservation Theory. Health Psychology, 27, 523-532.
  97. Rohleder, N. & Miller, G.E. (2008). Acute deviations from long-term trait depressive symptoms predict systemic inflammatory activity. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 22, 709-716.
  98. Stetler, C., & Miller, G.E. (2008). Social integration of daily activities and cortisol secretion: A laboratory based manipulation. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 31, 249-257.
  99. Tomfohr, L., Martin, T., & Miller, G.E. (2008). Symptoms of depression and impaired endothelial functioning in healthy adolescent women. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 31, 137-143.
  100. Wolf, J.M., Miller, G.E., & Chen, E. (2008). Parent psychological states predict changes in inflammatory markers in children with asthma and healthy children. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 22, 433-441.
  101. Wrosch, C., Miller, G.E., Lupien, S., & Pruessner, J.C. (2008). Diurnal cortisol secretion and 2-year changes in older adults’ acute physical symptoms: The moderating roles of negative affect and sleep. Health Psychology, 27, 685-693.
  102. Carney, R.M., Freedland, K.E, Stein, P.K., & Miller, G.E., Steinmeyer, B., Rich, M.D., & Duntley, S.P. (2007). Heart rate variability and markers of inflammation and coagulation in depressed patients with coronary heart disease. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 62, 463-467.
  103. Chen, E., Chim, L., Strunk, R.C., & Miller, G.E. (2007). The role of the social environment in childhood asthma. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 176, 644-649.
  104. Chen, E. & Miller, G. E. (2007). Stress and inflammation in exacerbations of asthma. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 21, 993-999.
  105. Cohen, S., Janicki-Deverts, D., & Miller, G.E. (2007). Psychological stress and disease. Journal of the American Medical Association, 298, 185-1687.
  106. Glassman, A.H., & Miller, G.E. (2007). Editorial: Where there is depression, there is inflammation … Sometimes! Biological Psychiatry, 62, 280-281.
  107. Marin, T.J., Martin, T.M., Blackwell, E., Stetler, C., & Miller, G.E. (2007.) Differentiating the impact of episodic and chronic stressors on HPA axis regulation in young women. Health Psychology, 26, 447-455.
  108. Miller, G. E., & Chen. E. (2007). Unfavorable socioeconomic conditions in early life presage expression of pro-inflammatory phenotype in adolescence. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69, 402-409.
  109. Miller, G.E., Chen, E., & Zhou, E.S. (2007). If it goes up, must it come down? Chronic stress and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis in humans. Psychological Bulletin, 133, 25–45.
  110. Miller, G.E., & Wrosch, C. (2007). You’ve gotta know when to fold ‘em: Goal disengagement and systemic inflammation in adolescence. Psychological Science, 18, 773-777.
  111. Wrosch, C., Bauer, I., Miller, G.E., & Lupien, S. (2007). Regret intensity, diurnal cortisol secretion, and physical health in older individuals: Evidence for directional effects and protective factors. Psychology and Aging, 22, 319-330.
  112. Wrosch, C., Schultz, R., Miller, G.E., Lupien, S., & Dunne, E. (2007). Physical health problems, depressive mood, and cortisol secretion in old age: Buffer effects of health engagement control strategies. Health Psychology, 26, 341-349.
  113. Wrosch, C., Miller, G.E., Scheier, M.F., & Brun de Pontet, S. (2007). Giving up on unattainable goals: Benefits for health? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 251-265
  114. Carney, R.M., Howells, W.B., Freedland, K.E, Duntley, S.P., Stein, P.K., Rich, M.D., & Miller, G.E. (2006). Depression and obstructive sleep apnea in patients with coronary heart disease. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 443-448.
  115. Chen, E., Hanson, M.D., Paterson, L.Q., Griffin, M.J., Walker, H.A., & Miller, G.E. (2006). Socioeconomic status and inflammatory processes in children with asthma: The role of psychological stress. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 117, 1014-1020.
  116. Blackwell, E., Mendes de Leon, C., & Miller, G.E. (2006). Applying mixed regression models to the analysis of repeated-measures data in psychosomatic medicine. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 870-878.
  117. Forlenza, M.J., & Miller, G.E. (2006). Increased serum levels of 8-hydroxy-2’-deoxyguanosine in clinical depression. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 1-7.
  118. Freedland, K.E., Miller, G.E., & Sheps, D.S. (2006). Editorial: The great debate, revisited. Psychosomatic Medicine, 68, 179-184.
  119. Miller, G.E., & Chen, E. (2006). Stressful experience and diminished expression of genes encoding the glucocorticoid receptor and b2-adrenergic receptor in children with asthma. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103, 5496-5501.
  120. Miller, G.E., & Blackwell, E. (2006). Turning up the heat: Inflammation as a mechanism linking chronic stress, depression, and heart disease. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 15, 269-272.
  121. Stetler, C.A., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2006) Written disclosure of experiences with racial discrimination and antibody response to an influenza vaccine. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 13, 60-68.
  122. Miller, G.E., Freedland, K.E., & Carney, R.M. (2005) Depressive symptoms and the regulation of pro-inflammatory cytokine expression in patients with coronary heart disease. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 59, 231-236
  123. Miller, G.E., Freedland, K.E., Duntley, S., & Carney, R.M. (2005). Relation of depressive symptoms to C-reactive protein and pathogen burden (cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex virus, Epstein-Barr virus) in patients with earlier acute coronary syndromes. The American Journal of Cardiology. 95, 317-321.
  124. Miller, G.E., Rohleder, N., Stetler, C.A., & Kirschbaum, C. (2005) Clinical depression and regulation of the inflammatory response during acute stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, 67, 679-687.
  125. Pressman, S., Cohen, S., Miller, G. E., Rabin, B. S., Barker, A., & Treanor, J.  (2005). Loneliness, social network size, and immune response to influenza vaccination in college freshman.Health Psychology, 24, 297-306.
  126. Stetler, C.A., & Miller, G.E. (2005). Blunted cortisol response to awakening in mild to moderate depression: Regulatory influences of sleep patterns and social contacts. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, 697-705.
  127. Martire, L., Lustig, A., Schultz, R.M., Miller, G.E., & Helgeson, V.E. (2004). Is it beneficial to involve a family member? A meta-analysis of psychosocial interventions for chronic illness. Health Psychology. 6, 599-611.
  128. Miller, G.E., Cohen S., Pressman S., Barkin A., Rabin, B.S., & Treanor, J. (2004). Psychological stress and antibody response to influenza vaccination. When is the critical period for stress, and how does it get inside the body? Psychosomatic Medicine, 66, 215-223.
  129. Segerstrom, S.C., & Miller, G.E. (2004). Stress and the human immune system: A meta-analytic review of 30 years of inquiry. Psychological Bulletin¸130, 601-630.sycholo
  130. Miller, G.E., Freedland, K.E., Carney, R.M., Stetler, C.A., & Banks, W.A. (2003). Cynical hostility, depressive symptoms, and the expression of inflammatory risk markers for coronary heart disease. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 26, 501-515.
  131. Miller, G.E., Freedland, K.E., Carney, R.M., Stetler, C.A., & Banks, W.A. (2003). Pathways linking depression, adiposity, and inflammation in healthy young adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 17, 276-285.
  132. Wrosch, C., Scheier, M.F., Miller, G.E., Carver, C.S., & Schultz, R. (2003). Adaptive self-regulation of unattainable goals: Goal disengagement, goal re-engagement, and subjective well-being. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1494-1508.
  133. Carney, R.M., Freedland, K.E., Miller, G.E., & Jaffe, A.S. (2002). Depression as a risk factor for cardiac mortality and morbidity: A review of potential mechanisms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 53, 897-902.
  134. Miller, G.E., Cohen, S., & Ritchey, A.K. (2002). Chronic psychological stress and the regulation of pro-inflammatory cytokines: A glucocorticoid resistance model. Health Psychology, 21, 531-541.
  135. Miller, G.E., Stetler, C.A., Carney, R.M., Freedland, K.E., & Banks, W.A. (2002). Clinical depression and inflammatory risk markers for coronary heart disease. American Journal of Cardiology, 90, 1279-1283.
  136. Cohen, S., Miller, G.E., & Rabin, B.S. (2001). Psychological stress and antibody response to immunization: A critical review of the human literature. Psychsomatic Medicine, 63, 7-18.
  137. Miller, G.E., & Cohen, S. (2001). Psychological interventions and the immune system: A meta-analytic review and critique. Health Psychology, 20, 47-63.
  138. Miller, G.E., & Cohen, S. (2001). Psychological interventions and the immune system: A meta-analytic review and critique. Abstract/Commentary in Evidence Based Mental Health, 4, 83.
  139. Dopp, J.M., Miller, G.E., Myers, H.F., & Fahey, J.L. (2000). Increased natural killer cell mobilization and cytotoxicity during marital conflict. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 14, 10-26.
  140. Miller, G.E., Cohen, S., & Herbert, T.B. (1999). Pathways linking major depression and immunity in ambulatory female patients. Psychosomatic Medicine, 61, 850-860.
  141. Miller, G.E., Cohen, S., Rabin. B.S., Doyle, W.J., & Skoner, D. (1999). Personality and tonic cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, and immune parameters. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 13, 109-123.
  142. Miller, G.E., Dopp, J.M., Myers, H.F., Stevens, S.Y., & Fahey, J.L. (1999). Psychosocial predictors of natural killer cell mobilization during marital conflict. Health Psychology, 18, 262-271.
  143. Benschop, R.J., Green, R., Mills, P.J., Naliboff, B.D., Cacioppo, J.T., Herbert, T.B., van der Pompe, G., Miller, G.E., Matthews, K.A., Godaert, G.L.R., Glaser, R., Manuck, S.B., Heijnen, C.J., Dopp, J.M., Bijlsma, J., Kiecolt-Glaser, J.K., Rabin, B.S., & Cohen, S. (1998). Cardiovascular and immune responses to acute psychological stress in young and old women: A meta-investigation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 60, 290-296.
  144. Miller, G.E., & Cole, S.W. (1998). Social relationships and the progression of human immunodeficiency virus infection: A review of evidence and possible underlying mechanisms. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 20, 181-189.
  145. Miller, G.E., & Bradbury, T.N. (1995). Refining the association between attributions and behavior in marital interaction. Journal of Family Psychology, 9, 196-208.
  146. Miller, G.E., Jarvik, M.E., Caskey, N.H., Segerstrom, S.C., Rosenblatt, M.R., McCarthy, W.J. (1994). Cigarette mentholation increases smokers’ exhaled carbon monoxide levels. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 2, 154-160.


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  1. Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (in press). Social context as an individual difference in PNI. In R. Ader, D. Felten, & N. Cohen (Eds.) Psychoneuroimmunology, 4th  edition. New York: Academic Press.
  2. McDermott, K.B., & Miller, G.E. (in press). Designing studies to avoid confounds. In R. Sternberg, H.L. Roediger, & D. Halpern. (Eds.) Critical thinking in psychology. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Miller, G.E. (in press). How does stress get inside the body to influence depression? Some answers from the perspective of behavioral immunology. In D.M. Barch (Ed.) Cognitive and affective neuroscience approaches to psychopathology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  4. Miller, G.E., & Cohen, S. (in press). Infectious disease and psychoneuroimmunology. In K. Vedhara & M. Irwin (Eds.) Human psychoneuroimmunology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  5. Stetler, C.A., Murali, R., Chen, E., & Miller, G.E. (2005). Stress, immunity, and disease. In C.L. Cooper (Ed.) Handbook of stress medicine and health (pp. 131-154), London: CRC Press.
  6. Cohen, S., & Miller, G.E. (2001). Stress, immunity, and infectious disease. In R. Ader, D. Felten, & N. Cohen (Eds.) Psychoneuroimmunology, 3rd edition (pp. 499-509). New York: Academic Press.
  7. Kemeny, M.E., & Miller, G.E. (1999). Effects of psychosocial interventions on immune functions. In M. Schedlowski & U. Tewes (Eds.) Psychoneuroimmunology: An interdisciplinary introduction. (pp. 373-415), New York: Plenum Press.



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