Photoshop CS6 JPG's or photos converted to JPG's in CC from PSD or TIF have luminance differences from the originals

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I am running Photoshop CC 64 bit on a Dell 8700 Windows 8 computer. My monitor is a Dell U2713H and is calibrated for both Adobe RGB and sRGB (though the color space used doesn't seem to affect my problem. The problem is that photos copied or saved to the JPG format, or converted via Photoshop to JPG from TIFF or PSD formats, frequently have gross differences in luminance and in other characteristics from the originals. The same is true for JPGs originally saved in JPG format in CS6 on, for example, a CD or external hard drive. When viewed in CC they're very different -- with no consistency among the difference -- i.e., some are too bright, some too dark, and some have contrast differences. What could be causing this?
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