Infurna, F.J., & Jayawickreme, E. (eds.) (under contract). Redesigning Research on Post-Traumatic Growth: Challenges, Pitfalls, and New Directions. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jayawickreme, E., & Zachry, C.E. (in press). Interpersonal dynamics of positive personality change following adversity. European Journal of Personality.
Jayawickreme, E. & Infurna, F.J. (in progress, scheduled for 2020). “Post-Traumatic Growth as Positive Personality Change” for the Journal of Personality.
Jayawickreme, E., Tsukayama, E., *Blackie, L.E.R., & Weiss, B. (under review). Are daily eudaimonia and affect distinguishable? A multi-level structural equation model examination of within-person relationships of state affect and eudaimonic well-being. Journal of Research in Personality.
*Prentice, M., Jayawickreme, E., & Fleeson, W. (in revision). An Experience Sampling Study of the Daily Dynamics of Moral Need Satisfaction. Cognition and Emotion.
Jayawickreme, E. (in prep.). Examining intellectually humble in daily life In R. Modrak (ed.) Humility in the Age of Self- Promotion
Jayawickreme, E., & Fajkowska, M. (in prep). The nature of traits. For inclusion in P. Corr (ed.). Psychology of Individual Differences: Intelligence and Personality in Action. (Oxford University Press).
Jayawickreme, E., & Phan, L.V. (in prep). Post-traumatic growth and wisdom following adversity. For inclusion in J. Rauthmann. (ed.) Handbook of Personality Dynamics and Processes.
*Blackie, L.E.R., Fleeson, W., Helzer, E.G., & Jayawickreme, E. (in prep). (Moral) paragon theory: ethical grounding, life guidance, and identity through paragon emulation. In preparation.
*Erikson, K. & Jayawickreme, E. (in prep.). Socializing with friends strengthens the link between momentary and global meaning. In preparation.
Jayawickreme, E., *Blackie, L. E. R., Helzer, E.G., Forgeard, M. J. C., & Roepke, A. M. (in prep). Investigating the veracity of self-perceived post-traumatic growth among Rwandan genocide survivors: A profile analysis approach to corroboration.
Jayawickreme, E. Brocato, N. W. & Pryor, J. (in prep). The engine model of well-being: Creating an assessment for undergraduate students. In preparation.
Jayawickreme, E. & Atanasov, P.D. (in prep). Reversible repugnance: money and moral transgressions. in preparation.
Jayawickreme, E., Karlen, T., Johnson, E., McSwiggan, M. & Fleeson, W. (in prep). The causal foundations of the “good life.” In preparation.
Jayawickreme, E., Holleran, S.E., Sutton, S., Furr, R.M. & Fleeson, W. (in prep). The accuracy of self-reports of current behavior. Manuscript in preparation (for submission to Journal of Personality and Social Psychology).
Jayawickreme, E. & Di Stefano, P. (in prep). Responsibility without obligation: The limitations of R2P. Manuscript in preparation (for submission to Journal of Genocide Studies).
Miller, E. & Jayawickreme, E. (in prep). Truth on the lawn: Rwanda’s gacaca trials and mental health. In preparation.
Royzman, E., Jayawickreme, E. & Baron, J. (in prep). Does happiness affect moral judgment? In preparation.
*Adler Braun, A., Jayawickreme, E. & Rozin, P. (in prep). Well-being, happiness and resilience among undocumented Mexican immigrants. In preparation.
Jayawickreme, E. & Schueller, S.M. (2010). Best friends and happiness: The relationship between friendship quality and subjective well-being. Working paper.
Penn, M. L., Jayawickreme, E., Atanasov, P.D. & Schien, C. (2010). Morality and mental health: A cross-cultural study of the problem of akraisa. Working paper.