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WEBB, KRISTIN B. Care of others and self: A suicidal patient’s impact on the psychologist. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 2011 (June) Vol. 42 (3) 215-221
YOUNGGREN, JEFFREY N. et al. A legal and ethical review of patient responsibilities and psychotherapist duties. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 2011 (April) Vol. 42 (2) 160-168
ADAMS, ZACHARY W. et al. Does response variability predict distractibility among adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder? Psychological Assessment 2011(June) Vol.23(2) 427-436
ARBISI, PAUL A. The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Iinventory-2 restructured form in national guard soldiers screening positive for posttraumatic stress disorder and mild traumatic brain injury. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 203-214
BARKLEY, RUSSELL A. et al. Correspondence and in the self- and other ratings of current and childhood ADHD symptoms and impairment in adults with ADHD. Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 437-446
BLONIGEN, DANIEL M. et al. Delineating the construct network of the personnel reaction blank: Associations with externalizing tendencies and normal personality. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 18-30
BORNSTEIN, ROBERT F. Toward a process-focused model of test score validity: Improving psychological assessment in science and practice. Psychological Assessment 2011(June) Vol.23(2) 532-544
BRAVERMAN, JULIA. et al. A taxometric analysis of actual internet sports gambling behavior. Psychological Assessment 2011(March) Vol.23(1) 234-244
CARLSON, EVE B. et al. Development and validation of a Brief Self-Report Measure of Trauma Exposure: The trauma history screen. Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 463-477
CARLSON, MIKE. et al. Psychometric properties of reverse-scored items on the CES-D in a sample of ethnically diverse older adults. Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 558-562
BEHRINGER, JOHANNA. et al. Maternal representations of past and current attachment relationships, and emotional experience across the transition to motherhood: A longitudinal study. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 210-219
CALLAHAN, KRISTIN L. et al. Neighborhood disadvantage as a moderator of the association between harsh parenting and toddler-aged children’s internalizing and externalizing problems. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 68-76
COWN, CAROLYN PAPE. et al. Couples’ groups for parents of preschoolers: Ten- Year outcomes of a randomized trial. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 240-250
CRESPO, CARLA. et al. Family rituals in New Zealand families: Links to family cohesion and adolescents’ well-being. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 184-193
DAGAN, MEIRAV. et al. Spousal support and changes in distress over time in couples coping with cancer: The role of personal control. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 310-318
DUSH, CLAIRE M. KAMP. et al. predictors of supportive coparenting after relationship dissolution among at-risk parents. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 356-365
EICHELSHEIM, VERONI I. et al. Negativity in problematic and nonproblematic families: A multigroup social relations model analysis with structured means. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 152-156
FROST, David M. Stigma and Intimacy in same–sex relationships: A narrative approach. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 1-10
GALATZER-LEVY, ISAAC R. et al. What we don’t expect when expecting: evidence for heterogeneity in subjective well-being in response to parenthood. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 384-392
GEWIRTZ, ABIGAILE H. et al. Effects of mother’s parenting practices on child internalizing trajectories following partner violence. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 28-38
GOLOMBOK, SUSAN. et al. Children conceived by gamete donation: Psychological adjustment and mother-child relationships at age 7. Journal of Family Psychology 2011(April) Vol.25(2) 230-239.
GOODMAN, SHERRY1 H. et al. Measuring children’s perceptions of their mother’s depression: The Children’s Perceptions of Others’ Depression Scale- Mother Version. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 163-173
GRAHAM, JAMES M. et al. The reliability of relationship satisfaction: A reliability generalization meta-analysis. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 39-48
GROENEVELD, MARLEEN G. et al. Enhancing home-based child care quality through video-Feedback intervention: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 86-96.
HADLEY, WENDY. et al. Monitoring challenges: A closer look at parental monitoring, maternal psychopathology, and adolescent sexual risk. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 319-323
HALE, LAUREN. et al. A longitudinal study of preschoolers’ language-based bedtime routines, sleep duration, and well-being. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 423-433
HORWITZ, BRIANA N. et al. The role of aggressive personality and family relationships in explaining family conflict. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 174-183
KELLY, RYAN J & EL-SHEIKH, MONA. Marital conflict and children’s sleep: Reciprocal relations and socioeconomic effects. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 412-422
KORFF, LYNN VON & GROTEVANT, HAROLD D. Contact in adoption and adoptive identity formation: The mediating role of family conversation. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 393-401
LI, LI. et al. Facing HIV as a family: Predicting depressive symptoms with correlated responses. Journal of Family Psychology 2011(April) Vol.25(2) 202-209
LIM, JUNGHA. et al. Effects of paternal and maternal depressive symptoms on child internalizing symptoms and Asthma disease activity: Mediation by interparental negativity and parenting. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 137-146
LINDAHL, KRISTIN M & MALIK, NEENA M. Marital conflict typology and children’s appraisals: The moderating role of family cohesion. Journal of Family Psychology 2011(April) Vol.25(2) 194-201.
LOPEZ, JAMIE L. et al. Religious commitment, adult attachment, and marital adjustment in newly married couples. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 301-309
MADHYASTHA, TARA M. Investigating spousal influence using moment-to-moment affect data from marital conflict. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 292-300
MANONGDO, JENNIFER A & GARCIA, JORGE I. RAMIREZ. Maternal parenting and mental health of Mexican American youth: A bidirectional and prospective approach. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 261-270
McDonald, Renee. et al. Predictors of domestically violent men’s aggression toward children: A prospective study. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 11-18
OWEN, JESSE J. et al. The role of leaders’ working alliance in premarital education. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 49-57.
PETTIT, JEREMY W. et al. Developmental relations between perceived social support and depressive symptoms through emerging adulthood: Blood is thicker than water. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 127-136
PIOTROWSKI, CAROLINE C. Patterns of adjustment among siblings exposed to intimate partner violence. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 19-28
POLUSNY, MELISSA A. et al. Effects of parents’ experiential avoidance and PTSD on adolescent disaster-related posttraumatic stress symptomatology. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 220-229
RAKOW, AARON. et al. Use of parental guilt induction among depressed parents. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 147-151
RHOADES, GALENA K. et al. Breaking up is hard to do: The impact of unmarried relationship dissolution on mental health and life satisfaction. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 366-374.
RHOADES, KIMBERLY A. et al. Longitudinal pathways from marital hostility to child anger during toddlerhood: Genetic susceptibility and indirect effects via harsh parenting. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol 25 (2),
ROWE, LORELEI SIMPSON. Coexisting difficulties and couple therapy outcomes: Psychopathology and intimate partner violence. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 455-458
SAXBE, DARBY E. et al. Time spent in housework and leisure: Links with parents’ physiological recovery from work. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 271-281
SELLERS, KATIE. et al. Adolescent mothers’ relationships with their own mothers: Impact on parenting outcomes. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 117-126
SENTSE, MIRANDA. et al. Child temperament moderates the impact of parental separation on adolescent mental health: The trails study. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 97-106
SHALLCROSS, SANDRA L. et al. Not “capitalizing” on social capitalization interactions: The role of attachment insecurity. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 77-85
SLATCHER, RICHARD B & TRENTACOSTA, CHRISTOPHER J. A naturalistic observation study of the links between parental depressive symptoms and preschoolers’ behaviors in everyday life. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 444-448
SOLMEYER, ANNA R. et al. Coparenting around siblings’ differential treatment in Mexican-origin families. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2) 251-260
STEENBERGEN, ELIANNE F. VAN. et al. Workload and the trajectory of marital satisfaction in newlyweds: Job satisfaction, gender, and parental status as moderators. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 345-355
STEIN, CATHERINE H. et al. Family ties in tough times: How young adults and their parents view the U.S economic crisis. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 449-454
STEWART, S. EVELYN. et al. Development and psychometric properties of the OCD Family Functioning (OFF) Scale. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 434-443
TROMBELLO, JESEPH M. et al. Relationship functioning moderates the association between depressive symptoms and life stressors. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 58-67
VAN DOOARM, MURIEL D. et al. Longitudinal spillover effects of conflict resolution styles between adolescent-parent relationship and adolescent friendships. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 157-161
WHALEN, CAROL K. et al. Dissecting daily distress in mothers of children with ADHD: An electronic diary study. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 402-411
WHEELER, LOREY A. et al. Work and Mexican American parent-adolescent relationship: The mediating role of parent well-being. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1) 107-116
WHISMAN, MARK A. et al. Relationship adjustment, depression, and anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 375-383
WOODIN, ERICA M. A two-dimensional approach to relationship conflict: Meta- analytic findings. Journal of Family Psychology 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3) 325-335
AIMMERMAN, GREGORY M & POGARSKY, GREG. The consequences of parental underestimation and overestimation of youth exposure to violence. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 194-208
AMATO, PAUL R. KANE, JENNNIFER B. Life-course pathways and the psychosocial adjustment of young adult women. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 279-295
BERNARDI, LAURA. A mixed-methods social networks study design for research on transnational families. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 788-803
BLEDSOE, CAROLINE H & SOW, PAPA. Back to Africa: Second chances for the children of west African immigrants. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 747-762
CALKINS, SUSAN D. Biopsychosocial models and the study of family processes and child adjustment. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 817-821
CARLSON, MARCIA J. et al. Couples as partners and parents over children’s early years. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 317-334.
CHEN, JUAN & TAKEUCHI, DAVID T. Intermarriage, ethnic identity, and perceived social standing among Asian women in the United States. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 876-888
CHU, C. Y. CYRUS. et al. Coresidence with elderly parents: A comparative study of southeast China and Taiwan. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 120-135
CLEMENTS, MARI L. et al. Declines in marital satisfaction among new mothers: Broad strokes versus fine details. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 13-17
COLEY, REBEKAH LEVINE. et al. Do children’s behavior problems limit poor women’s labor market success? Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 33-45
CONG, ZHEN & SIL, VERSTEIN MERRIL. Intergenerational exchange between parents and migrant and nonmigrant sons in rural China. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011(February) Vol.73(1) 93-104.
DEATER-DECKARD, KIRBY. Families and genomes: The next generation. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 822-826
DEMARIS, ALFRED. et al. Doing the scut work of infant care: Does religiousness encourage father involvement? Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 354-368
DEW, JEFFREY & WILCOX, W. BRADFORD. If momma ain’t happy: Explaining declines in marital satisfaction among new mothers. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011(February) Vol.73(1) 1-12
DONATO, KATHARINE M & DUNCAN, EBONY M. Migration, social networks, and child health in Mexican families. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 713-728
FAGAN, JAY & PALKOVITZ, ROB. Coparenting and relationship quality effects on father engagement: Variations by residence, Romance. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 637-653
FOMBY, PAULA & ESTACION, ANGELA. Cohabitation and children’s externalizing behavior in low-income Latino families. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 46-66
FRECH, ADRIANNE & KIMBRO, RACHEL TOLBERT. Maternal mental health, neighborhood characteristics, and time investments in children. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 605-620.
GANONG, LAWRENCE H. et al. Patterns of stepchild-stepparent relationship development. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 396-413
GARRETT-PETERS, PATRICIA. et al. Fathers’ early emotion talk: Associations with income, ethnicity, and family factors. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 335-353
GASSMAN-PINES, ANNA. Associations of low-income working mothers’ daily interactions with supervisors and mother-child interactions. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 67-76
GEIST, CLAUDIA & COHEN, PHILIP N. Headed toward equality? Housework change in comparative perspective. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 832-844
GIBSON-DAVIS, CHRISTINA. Mothers but not wives: The increasing lag between nonmarital births and marriage. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 264-278
GOLDBERG, ABBIE E. et al. Lesbian, gay, and heterosexual couples in open adoption arrangements: A qualitative study. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 502-518
GOODMAN, W. BENJAMIN. et al. Paternal work stress and latent profiles of father-infant parenting quality. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 588-604
GRAHAM, ELSPETH & JORDAN, LUCY P. Migrant parents and the psychological well-being of left-behind children in Southeast Asia. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol.73(4) 763-787
HARKNETT, KRISTEN S & HARTNETT, CAROLINE STEN. Who lacks support and why? An examination of mothers’ personal safety nets. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 861-875
HENRETTA, JOHN C. et al. Why do families differ? Children’s care for an unmarried mother. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 383-395
HOHMANN-MARRIOTT, BRYNDL. Coparenting and father involvement in married and unmarried coresident couples. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 296-309
HORWITZ, BRIANA N & NEIDERHISER, JENAE M. Gene-environment interplay, family relationships, and child adjustment. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 804-816
HORWITZ, BRIANA N & NEIDERHISER, JENAE M. Understanding family process and child adjustment through behavioral genetic research: A reply. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 827-831
KAHN, JOAN R. et al. Help to family and friends: Are there gender differences at older ages? Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 77-92
KIECOLT, K. JILL. et al. Long-term influences of intergenerational ambivalence on midlife parents’ psychological well-being. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 369-382
KILLEWALD, ALEXANDRA. Opting out and buying out: Wives’ earnings and housework time. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 459-471
KILLOREN, SARAH E. et al. Mothers, fathers, peers, and Mexican-origin adolescents’ sexual intentions. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 209-220
LAUER, SEAN R & YODANIS, CARRIE. Individualized marriage and the integration of resources. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 669-683
LEOPOLD, THOMAS & RAAB, MARCEL. Short-term reciprocity in late parent-child relationships. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 105-119
MANDARA, JELANI. et al. The effects of family structure on African American adolescents’ Marijuana us. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 557-569
MAZELIS, JOAN MAYA & MYKYTA, LARYSSA. Relationship status and activated kin support: The role of need and norms. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 430-445
MAZZUCATO, VALENTINA & SCHANS, DJAMILA. Transnational families and the well-being of children: Conceptual and methodological challenges. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 704-712
MILKIE, MELISSA A. Social and cultural resources for and constraints on marriages. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 18-22
MUSTILLO, SARAH A. et al. Parental depression and child outcomes: The mediating effects of abuse and neglect. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 164-180
NOBLES, JENNA. Parenting from abroad: Migration, nonresident father involvement, and children’s education in Mexico. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (August) Vol. 73 (4) 729-746
NOMAGUCHI, KEI M & BROWN, SUSAN L. Parental strains and rewards among mothers: The role of education. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 621-636
PAIK, ANTHONY. Adolescent sexuality and the risk of marital dissolution. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (April) Vol. 73 (2) 472-485
PERRY-JENKINS, MAUREEN & CLAXTON, AMY. The transition to parenthood and the reasons “Momma ain’t happy. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 23-28
RENDALL, MICHAEL S. Breakup of new Orleans households after hurricane Katrina. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (June) Vol. 73 (3) 654-668
ROSTILA, MIKAEL & SAARELA, JAN M. Time does not heal all wounds: Mortality following the death of a parent. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 236-249
RUGGLES, STEVEN. Inter­generational coresidence and family transitions in the United States, 1850-1880. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol. 73 (1) 136-148
SCHMEER, KAMMI K. The child health disadvantage of parental cohabitation. Journal of Marriage and Family 2011 (February) Vol 73 (1),
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DiSTEFANO, CHRISTINE & MORGAN, GRANT. Examining classification criteria: A comparison of three cut score methods. Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 354-363
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EBESUTANI, CHAD. et al. A psychometric analysis of the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule for children-parent version in a school sample. Psychological Assessment 2011(June) Vol. 23(2) 406-416.
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GARCIA-BARRERA, MAURICIO A. et al. Theoretical and statistical derivation of a screener for the behavioral assessment for executive functions in children. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 64-79
GIBBONS, PETER. et al. How useful are indices of personality pathology when assessing domestic violence perpetrators? Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 164-173
GOLAY, PHILIPPE & LECERF, THIERRY. Orthogonal higher order structure and confirmatory factor analysis of the French Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-III). Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 143-152
GREEN, DEBBIE & ROSENFELD, BARRY. Evaluating the gold standard: A review and meta-analysis of the structured interview of reported symptoms. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 95-107
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LEUE, ANJA & BEAUDUCEL, ANDRE. The PANAS structure revisited: On the validity of a bifactor model in community and forensic samples. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 215-225
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PRITCHARD, VERENA E & WOODWARD, LIANNE J. Preschool executive control on the shape school task: Measurement considerations and utility. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 31-43
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ROSENFELD, BARRY. et al. Assessing hopelessness in terminally ill cancer patients: Development of the Hopelessness Assessment in Illness Questionnaire. Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 325-336
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SCHONBRODT, FELIX D & ASENDORPF, JENS B. Virtual social environments as a tool for psychological assessment: Dynamics of interaction with a virtual spouse. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 7-17
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STURMAN, EDWARD D. Involuntary subordination and its relation to personality, mood, and submissive behavior. Psychological Assessment 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1) 262-276
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WALTERS, GLENN. et al. Predicting recidivism with the psychopathy checklist: Are factor score composites really necessary? Psychological Assessment 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2) 552-557
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