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Faculty Accomplishments

If you are interested in conducting research with a faculty member, you should first acquaint yourself with each professor's area of interest. Below are list of our faculty members' publications since 2014. Once you have identified a research focus that interests you, email the professor and ask to discuss options for research opportunities.

* indicates current or former Dickinson student collaborator

Faculty Publications (2014-2024):


Prof. Ben Basile

Basile, BM, Costa, VD, Schafroth, JL, Karaskiewicz, CL, Lucas, DR, & Murray, EA (2023) The amygdala is not necessary for the familiarity aspect of recognition memory. Nature Communications. 14, 8109.

Giarrocco, F, Costa, VD, Basile, BM, Pujara, MS, Elisabeth Murray, and Averbeck, BB (2023) Motor system-dependent effects of amygdala and ventral striatum lesions on explore-exploit behaviors. Journal of Neuroscience.

Chou, T, Krishna, A, Fossesca, M, Desai, A, Goldberg, J, Jones, S, Stephens, M, Basile, BM, Gall MD (2023) Interspecific differences in the effects of masking and distraction on anti-predator behavior in suburban anthropogenic noise. PLOS ONE. 18(8): e0290330.

Waters, SJ, Basile, BM, & Murray, EA (2023) Reevaluating the Role of the Hippocampus in Memory: A Meta-Analysis of Neurotoxic Lesion Studies in Nonhuman Primates. Hippocampus, 1-21.

Basile, BM, Joiner, JA, Dal Monte, O, Karaskiewicz, CL, Lucas, DR, Chang, SWC, & Murray, EA (2021) Autonomic arousal tracks outcome salience not valence in monkeys making social decisions. Behavioral Neuroscience, 135(3), 443–452.

Schafroth, JL, Basile, BM, Martin, A, & Murray, EA. (2021) No evidence that monkeys attribute mental states to animated shapes in the Heider-Simmel videos. Scientific Reports, 11 (3050).

Taswell, CA, Costa, VD, Basile, BM, Pujara, MS, Jones, B, Manem, N, Murray, EA, Averbeck, BB (2021) Effects of amygdala lesions on object-based versus action-based learning in macaques. Cerebral Cortex, 31 (1).

Basile, BM, Gazes, RP, Templer, VL, & Hampton, RR (2020) Preserved visual memory and relational cognition performance in monkeys with selective hippocampal lesions. Science Advances, 6 (29), eaaz0484.

Basile, BM, Schafroth, JL, Karaskiewicz, CL, Chang, SWC, & Murray, EA. (2020) The anterior cingulate cortex is necessary for forming prosocial preferences from vicarious reinforcement in monkeys. PLOS Biology, 18(6): e3000677.

Brady, RJ, Basile, BM, & Hampton, RR (2019) Hippocampal damage attenuates habituation to videos in monkeys. Hippocampus, 29 (11): 1121-1126.

Basile, BM & Hampton, RR (2019) Nonnavigational spatial memory performance is unaffected by hippocampal damage in monkeys. Hippocampus, 29:93–101.

Brown, EK, Basile, BM, Templer, VL, & Hampton, RR (2019) Dissociation of memory signals for metamemory in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Animal Cognition,

Taubert, J, Flessert, M, Wardle, SG, Basile, BM, Murphy, AP, Murray, EA, Ungerleider, LG (2018) Amygdala lesions eliminate viewing preferences for faces in rhesus monkeys. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(31): 8043-8048.

Basile, BM (2018) Rehearsal. In: Vonk J., Shackelford T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer, Cham.

Basile, BM (2018) Recall. In: Vonk J., Shackelford T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer, Cham.

Basile, BM, Brown, EK, & Hampton, RR (2018) Self-awareness. In: Vonk J., Shackelford T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer, Cham.

Basile, BM, Karaskiewicz, CL, Fiuzat, EC, Malkova, L, & Murray, EA (2017) MRI overestimates amygdala damage following ibotenic acid lesions in rhesus monkeys. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 11: 12.

Basile, BM & Hampton, RR (2017) Dissociation of item and source memory in rhesus monkeys. Cognition, 166: 398-406.

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Prof. Michele Ford

Adams, J. (2020, July 31). COVID-19 impact: Dickinson professor outlines mental health warning

signs, how to monitor teens.  The Sentinel.

Adams, J. (2020, July 31). The COVID-19 impact:  Athletes can build resiliency, sense of identity

through sports, but pandemic can be threat to mental health.  The Sentinel.

Ford, M.P. (2020). Eating disorders are about emotional pain - not food. The Conversation

Khan, A. (2014, Nov 14).  Inside a nervous breakdown.  U. S. News and World Report

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Prof. Azriel Grysman

Grysman, A., Baime, M., & Cantor, E. (2023). Listeners’ effects on autobiographical memory for recent events. Memory31(10), 1425-1436.

Grysman, A., & Booker, J. A. (2023). Agency, communion, and the shifting gender norms in American society? A registered report. Journal of Research in Personality107, 104427.

Camia, C., Almansoori, M., & Grysman, A. (2023). Narrative identity, sense of self and meaning in life in Emirati and US-American women. Identity23(4), 347-360.

Fivush, R., & Grysman, A. (2023). Accuracy and reconstruction in autobiographical memory:(Re) consolidating neuroscience and sociocultural developmental approaches. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science14(3), e1620, 1-12.

Grysman, A., Camia, C., & Pasupathi, M. (2023). Facts, interpretations, and autobiographical reasoning: Different routes to conversational influences on autobiographical memory. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition.

Grysman, A. (2022). Communion and well-being: A moderated mediation via gender and masculine-typed behaviors. Journal of Research in Personality, 99.

Fivush, R., & Grysman, A. (2022). Narrative and gender as mutually constituted meaning-making systems. Memory, Mind & Media, 1, 1-14.

Grysman, A., & Wang, Q. (2021). Priming feminine typical traits does not change autobiographical memory narrative content. Collabra: Psychology, 7(1).

Meisels, H., & Grysman, A. (2021). Confronting self-discrepant events: Meaning-making and well-being in personal and political narratives. Self and Identity, 20, 323-338.

Grysman, A. (2020). Narrative characteristics of autobiographical memory predict expectations of narrator gender. Memory, 28(8), 968-983.

Fivush, R., & Grysman, A. (2020). Emotion and gender in narrative. In J. Fenigsen, S. Pritzker, and J. Wilce (Eds.), Handbook in Language and Emotion (pp. 344-359), Taylor & Francis.

Meisels, H. B., & Grysman, A. (2020). Confronting self-discrepant events: Meaning-making and well-being in personal and political narratives. Self and Identity

Grysman, A., Harris, C. B., Barnier, A.J., & Savage, G. (2020) Long-married couples recall their wedding day: the influence of collaboration and gender on autobiographical memory recall. Memory, 1-16.

Grysman, A., & Lodi-Smith, J. (2019). Methods for conducting and publishing narrative research with undergraduates. Frontiers in Psychology, 9

Grysman, A. (2018). Gender and gender typicality in autobiographical memory: A replication and extension. Memory, 26, 238-250.

Grysman, A., & Dimakis, S. (2018). Later adults’ cultural life scripts of middle and later adulthood. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 25, 406-426.

Grysman, A., & Mansfield, C. D. (2017). What do we have when we have a narrative? Imagination, Cognition and Personality: Consciousness in Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice, 37, 105-126.

Mintz, G., Etengoff, C., & Grysman, A. (2017). The relation between childhood parenting and emerging adults’ experiences of shame and guilt. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26, 2908-2920.

Grysman, A., Merrill, N. A., & Fivush, R. (2017). Emotion, gender and gender identity in autobiographical memory. Memory, 25, 289-297.

Grysman, A., & Denney, A. (2017). Context and content of gendered autobiographical memories: The roles of experimenter gender and medium of report. Memory, 25, 132-145.

Grysman, A. (2017). Gender differences in episodic encoding of autobiographical memory. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 6, 51-59.

Grysman, A., Fivush, R., Merrill, N. A., & Graci, M. E. (2016). Gender and autobiographical memory narratives. Analyses of content across ages and event types. Memory and Cognition, 44, 856-868. 

Grysman, A., & Fivush, R. (2016). Gender identity predicts autobiographical memory phenomenology. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 4, 613-621.

Fivush, R., & Grysman, A. (2016). Gendered autobiographical memory: Feminist approaches to theory and method. In N. Curtin & T. Roberts (Eds.), Gender beyond difference: Best practices in feminist psychological science (pp. 99-120). Springer International Publishing.

Grysman, A. (2015). Collecting narrative data on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29, 573–583.

Grysman, A., Prabhakar, J., Anglin, S. M., & Hudson, J. A. (2015). Self-enhancement and the life script in future thinking across the lifespan. Memory, 23, 774 -785.

Grysman, A. (2014). The roles of gender and temporal distribution in the recall of dissonant self-related memories. Consciousness and Cognition, 29, 10-22. 

Grysman, A., & Hudson, J.A. (2013). Gender differences in autobiographical memory: Developmental and methodological considerations. Developmental Review, 33, 239-272.

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Prof. Christine Guardino

Guardino, C.M., Whittaker, F., Williams, E., & Franchini, M. (in press). Resilience resources, coping, and health outcomes in college students during the Covid-19 pandemic. Journal of American College Health.

Rinne, G.R., Carroll, J.E., Guardino, C.M., Shalowitz, M.U., Ramey, S.L., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (in press). Parental preconception posttraumatic stress symptoms and maternal prenatal inflammation prospectively predict shorter telomere length in children. Psychosomatic Medicine.

Hooker, E. D., Corona, K., Guardino, C. M., Dunkel Schetter, C., & Campos, B. (2023). What predicts interdependence with family? The relative contributions of ethnicity/race and social class. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. Advance online publication.

Julian, M., Somers, J. A., Dunkel Schetter, C., & Guardino, C. M. (2023). Resilience resources, life stressors, and postpartum depressive symptoms in a community sample of low and middle‐income Black, Latina, and White mothers. Stress and Health.

Rinne, G. R., Hartstein, J., Guardino, C. M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2023). Stress before conception and during pregnancy and maternal cortisol during pregnancy: A scoping review. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 106115.

Rinne, G. R., Mahrer, N. E., Guardino, C. M., Shalowitz, M. U., Ramey, S. L., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2023). Childhood family stress modifies the association between perinatal stressful life events and depressive symptoms. Journal of Family Psychology, 37(4), 432–442.

Swales, D. A., Davis, E. P., Mahrer, N. E., Guardino, C. M., Shalowitz, M. U., Ramey, S. L., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2023). Preconception maternal posttraumatic stress and child negative affectivity: Prospectively evaluating the intergenerational impact of trauma. Development and Psychopathology, 35(2), 619-629.

Guardino, C.M., Rahal, D., Rinne, G.R., Mahrer, N.E., Davis, E.P., Adam, E.K., Shalowitz, M.U., Ramey, S.L., Dunkel Schetter, C. (2022). Maternal stress and mental health before pregnancy and offspring diurnal cortisol in early childhood. Developmental Psychobiology, 64 (7), e22314.

Guardino, C.M. & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2022). Subjective social status and allostatic load in mothers one year after birth. Health Psychology, 41(3), 235–241.

Rinne, G.R., Davis, E.P., Mahrer, N.E., Guardino, C.M., Charalel, J.M., Shalowitz, M.U., Ramey, S.L., Dunkel Schetter, C. (2022). Maternal depressive symptom trajectories from preconception through postpartum: Associations with offspring developmental outcomes in early childhood. Journal of Affective Disorders, 309, 105-114.

Wilson, D. K., Bamishigbin, O. N., Guardino, C.M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2021). Resilience resources in low-income Black, Latino, and White fathers. Social Science & Medicine, 114139.

Mahrer, N.E., Guardino, C.M., Hobel, C., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2021). Maternal stress before conception is associated with shorter gestation. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 55(3), 242-252.

Alen, N.V., Hostinar, C.E., Mahrer, N.E., Guardino, C.M., Shalowitz, M.U., Ramey, S.L., Martin, S.R., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2020). Prenatal maternal stress and child hair cortisol four years later: evidence from a low-income sample. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 104707.

Morgan, J.E., Lee, S.S., Mahrer, N.E., Guardino, C.M., Davis, E.P., Ramey, S.L., Shalowitz, M.U., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2020). Maternal metabolic and pro-inflammatory factors prospectively predict child executive functioning: specific and time-sensitive effects across pregnancy. Developmental Psychobiology, 62(8), 1111-1123.

Ponting, C., Chavira, D.A., Ramos, I., Christensen, W., Guardino, C.M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2020). Postpartum depressive symptoms in low-income Latinas: Cultural and contextual contributors. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 26 (4), 544-546.

Ross, K. M., Kane, H. S., Guardino, C.M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2020). Parental attachment anxiety: Associations with allostatic load in mothers of 1-year-olds. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 37(3), 717-737.

Mahrer, N. E., Ramos, I. F., Guardino, C.M., Davis, E. P., Ramey, S. L., Shalowitz, M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2020). Pregnancy anxiety in expectant mothers predicts offspring negative affect: The moderating role of acculturation. Early Human Development, 141, 104932.

Schmeer, K., Guardino, C.M., Irwin, J.L., Ramey, S.L., Shalowitz, M.U., & Dunkel Schetter, C., (2020). Maternal postpartum stress and toddler developmental delays: results from a multisite study of racially diverse families. Developmental Psychobiology, 62 (1), 62-76.

Incollingo Rodriguez, A. C., Tomiyama, A. J., Guardino, C. M., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2019). Association of weight discrimination during pregnancy and postpartum with maternal postpartum health. Health Psychology, 38(3), 226.

Ramos, I. F., Guardino, C. M., Mansolf, M., Glynn, L. M., Sandman, C. A., Hobel, C. J., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2019). Pregnancy anxiety predicts shorter gestation in Latina and non-Latina white women: The role of placental corticotrophin-releasing hormone. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 99, 166-173.

Guardino, C.M., Hobel, C. J., Shalowitz, M. U., Ramey, S. L., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2018). Psychosocial and demographic predictors of postpartum physical activity. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 41(5), 668-679.

Ross, K. M., Guardino, C.M., Hobel, C. J., & Dunkel Schetter, C. (2018). Partner relationship satisfaction, partner conflict, and maternal cardio-metabolic health in the year following the birth of a child. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 41(5), 722-732.

Ross, K. M., Guardino, C.M., Dunkel Schetter, C., & Hobel, C. J. (2018). Interactions between race/ethnicity, poverty status, and pregnancy cardio-metabolic diseases in prediction of postpartum cardio-metabolic health. Ethnicity & Health, 1-16.

Guardino, C.M., Dunkel Schetter, C., Hobel, C., Lanzi, R., Schafer, P., Thorpe, J., Shalowitz, M.U., & the Community Child Health Network (2017). Chronic stress and C-reactive protein in mothers during the first postpartum year. Psychosomatic Medicine, 79(4), 450-460.

Bamishigbin, O.N., Dunkel Schetter, C., Stanton, A.L., Guardino, C.M., Schafer, P., Shalowitz, M., Gaines Lanzi, R., Thorp, J., & Raju, T., & the Community Child Health Network (2017). Stress, resilience, and depressive symptoms in a community sample of African American fathers. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 23(1), 70-80.

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Prof. Marie Helweg-Larsen

Helweg-Larsen, M., Peterson, L. M., & DiMuccio, S. H. (2023). Why do U.S. conservatives take fewer COVID-19 precautions?: The role of worry, perceived risk, and governmental trust. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 17(11), e12873, 1-12.

Helweg-Larsen, M., Peterson, L. M., & DiMuccio, S. H. (2022). The interplay between cognitive and affective risks in predicting COVID-19 precautions: A longitudinal representative study of Americans. Psychology and Health, 37(12), 1565-1583.

Peterson, L.M., Helweg-Larsen, M., & DiMuccio, S.H. (2021). Descriptive norms and prototypes predict coronavirus prevention cognitions and behaviors in the United States: Applying the prototype willingness model to pandemic mitigation. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 55(11), 1089-1103.

Helweg-Larsen, M. & Tjitra, C. (2021). Does ostracism help smokers quit? Stigma and Health.

Helweg-Larsen, M., Pyakuryal, M., & Pisinger, C. (2020). Reminders of a stigmatized status might help smokers quit. Stigma and Health, 5(3), 273-283.

Helweg-Larsen, M. (2020). The UCLA multidimensional condom attitudes scale. In R. Milhusen, J. K. Sakaluk, T. D. Fisher, C. M. Davis, & W. L. Yarber (Eds.). Handbook of sexuality-related measures (4th ed., pp. 274-276). New York: Routledge.

Helweg-Larsen, M., Sorgen, L., & Pisinger, C. (2019). Does it help smokers if we stigmatize them?: A test of the stigma-induced identity threat model among U.S. and Danish smokers. Social Cognition, 37(3), 294-313.

Schmitt, D. P. et al. (2017). Narcissism and the strategic pursuit of short-term mating: Universal links across 11 world regions of the International Sexuality Description Project-2. Psychological Topics, 26(1), 89-137.

DiMuccio, S. H., Yost, M. R., & Helweg-Larsen, M. (2017). A qualitative analysis of perceptions of precarious manhood in U.S. and Danish men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 18(4), 331-340.

Hoorens, V., Van Damme, C., Helweg-Larsen, M., & Sedikides, C. (2016). The hubris hypothesis: The downside of comparative optimism displays. Consciousness and Cognition, 50, 45-55.

Volpp, K. A., Troxel, A. B., Long, J., Ibrahim, S., Appleby, D., Smith, J. O., Jaskowiak, J., Helweg-Larsen, M., Doshi, J., & Kimmel, S. E. (2015). A randomized controlled trial of copayment elimination: The CHORD trial. Journal of Managed Care, 21(8), e455-e464

Volpp, K. A., Troxel, A. B., Long, J., Ibrahim, S., Appleby, D., Smith, J. O., Jaskowiak, J., Helweg-Larsen, M., Doshi, J., & Kimmel, S. E. (2015). A randomized controlled trial of negative copayments: The CHORD trial. Journal of Managed Care, 21(8), e465-e473.

Helweg-Larsen, M. (2014). Does moralization motivate smokers to quit?: A longitudinal study of representative samples of smokers in the United States and Denmark. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 16(10), 1379-1386.

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Prof. Sharon Kingston

Leonard, S. I., *Pizii, C. T., Zhao, Y., Cespedes, A., Kingston, S. & Bruzzese, J-M (e pub 1/19/23). Group-based medical mistrust in adolescents with poorly controlled asthma living in rural areas. Health Promotion and Practice.

*Castiblanco, M., Kingston, S., Zhao, Y., Bruzzese, JM. & Céspedes, A. (2022). The association of mental health, asthma control and acute care visits among rural adolescents with poorly controlled asthma.The Journal of School Nursing. epub 1-7.

Wittaker, F. & Kingston, S. (2022). Stress, social support, and substance use in the COVID-19 pandemic. Translational Issues in Psychological Science.

Smith, M. & Kingston, S. (2021). Demographic, attitudinal and social factors that predict pre-environmental behavior. Sustainability and Climate Change14(1).

Fishbein, D. & Kingston, S. (2020). Disrupting negative developmental trajectories using evidence-based preventive interventions for children with a substance-dependent caregiver. Journal of Applied Research on Children.

Kingston, S., #Bruzzese, J-M., Bruzelius, E., Falletta, K.A., Poghosyan, L. (2019). Individual and neighborhood factors associated with undiagnosed asthma among urban adolescents. Journal of Urban Health.

Kingston, S., *Rose, M., *Cohen-Serrins, J. & *Knight, E. (2017). Similarities and differences between early and later initiators in the context of substance use initiation and patterns of use in the first year. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170794.

Bruzzese J-M, Kingston S, Zhao Y, DiMeglio J, Cespedes A, George M. (2016). Psychological factors influencing the decision of urban adolescents with undiagnosed asthma to obtain medical care. Journal of Adolescent Health, 59, 543-548. 

Kingston, S., *Knight, E., *Williams, J. & *Gordon, H. (2015). Young adults’ response to 12-Step Recovery groups. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 34, 311-322.

Kingston, S. & *Rose, A. (2015). Do the effects of adolescent employment differ by neighborhood context? American Journal of Community Psychology, 55, 37-45.

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Prof. Anthony Rauhut 

Rauhut, A.S. (2023). Propranolol blocks the unconditioned and conditioned hyperactive effects of methamphetamine in CD-1 mice. Behavioural Pharmacology, 34, 375-379.

Rauhut, A.S. & Warnick, J.A. (2020).  Drug Conditioning and Sensitization in Mice: Importance of Early Voluntary Exercise. Neuroscience, 114-123.

Rauhut, A. S., Warnick, J. A., & Stasior, A. L. (2020). Differential effects of voluntary exercise on development and expression of methamphetamine conditioned hyperactivity and sensitization in mice. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 172934.

Rauhut, A.S. (2019). Voluntary exercise ameliorates anxiogenic effects of acute methamphetamine exposure in Swiss-Webster mice.  Pharmacological Reports, 71, 1020-1024.

Rauhut, A.S., & Curran-Rauhut, M.A. (2018). 17 β-Estradiol exacerbates methamphetamine-induced anxiety-like behavior in female mice. Neuroscience Letters, 681, 44-49.

Rauhut, A.S. (2016).  Timing of SCH 23390 administration influences extinction of conditioned hyperactivity in mice.  Behavioral Pharmacology, 27(1), 73-76.

White, A.O.*, & Rauhut, A.S.  (2014). Time-dependent effects of prazosin on the development of methamphetamine conditioned hyperactivity and context-specific sensitization in mice.  Behavioural Brain Research, 263, 80-89.

Rauhut, A.S., & Bialecki, V*. (2011). Development and persistence of methamphetamine conditioned hyperactivity in Swiss-Webster mice.  Behavioural Pharmacology, 22, 228-238.

Rauhut, A. S., Fenton, L. A.*, & Bardo, M. T.  (2010). Renewal of sucrose-seeking behavior in rats: Role of D2 dopamine receptors.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 96, 354-362.

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Prof. Megan Yost

Yost, M. R., & Smith, T.E. (2014). Transfeminist psychology: Introduction to the Special Issue of Feminism & Psychology, Trans(cending) Psychology: Advancing Feminist Scholarship on the Lives and Identities of Trans People.

Yost, M. R., & Chmielewski, J. F.* (2013). Blurring the line between researcher and researched in interview studies: A feminist practice?  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 242-250.

Yost, M. R., & Hunter, L.E. (2012). BDSM practitioners’ understandings of their initial attraction to BDSM sexuality: Essentialist and constructionist narratives. Psychology & Sexuality, 3, 244-259.

Chmielewski, J. F.* & Yost, M. R. (2012). Psychosocial influences on bisexual women’s body image: Negotiating gender and sexuality.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 224-241.

Yost, M. R., & McCarthy, L.* (2012). Girls gone wild?  Understanding heterosexual women’s same-sex encounters at college parties. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36(1), 7-24.  Winner of the 2012 Georgia Babladelis Best Paper Award.

Yost, M. R., & Smith, L.* (2012). When does it cross the line?  The threshold between “normal” dieting and eating disorders. Journal of College Student Development, 53, 163-168.

Yost, M. R., & Gilmore, S. (2011).  Assessing LGBTQ Campus Climate and Creating Change. Journal of Homosexuality, 58, 1330-1354.

Yost, M. R., & Thomas, G.* (2011). Gender and binegativity: Men’s and women’s judgments of male and female bisexuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 41, 691-702.

Yost, M. R., & Chmielewski, J. F.* (2011). Narrating rural lesbian lives: Body image and lesbian community in central Pennsylvania.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 15, 148-165.

Yost, M. R.  (2011).  The Attitudes about Sadomasochism Scale. In T. D. Fisher, C. M. Davis, W. L. Yarber, & S. L. Davis (Eds.), Handbook of Sexuality Related Measures (pp. 635-637).  London: Routledge.

Yost, M. R. (2010).  Development and validation of the Attitudes about Sadomasochism Scale.  Journal of Sex Research, 47, 79 – 91.

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Prof. Paula Yust

Cerda-Smith, J., Yust, P. K. S., Weeks, M. S., Asher, S. R., & Mulvey, K. L. (2024). A novel approach for evaluating a school-wide antiracist curriculum intervention. AERA Open, 10 (1), 1-18.

Yust, P. K. S., Weeks, M. S., Williams, G. A., & Asher, S. R. (2023). Social provisions and loneliness in school: Child- and classroom-level effects. Journal of School Psychology, 99, 1-24.

Yust, P. K. S., Liu, J., & Hard, B. M. (2021). Course belonging and engagement in introductory psychology: Why they matter and what predicts them. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, 7, 206-227.

Yang, B. & Yust, P. K. S. (2019). Cognitive distortions: Teaching clinical psychology without case studies. In H. Scherschel & S. Baker (Eds.) Teaching Tips: A Compendium of Conference Presentations on Teaching, 2018-19. (pp. 49-52). Society for the Teaching of Psychology,

Hirsh-Pasek, K., Adamson, L., Bakeman, R., Owen, M. T., Golinkoff, R., Pace, A., Yust, P. K. S., & Suma, K. (2015). The contribution of early communication quality to low-income children’s language success. Psychological Science, 26, 1071-1083.

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Prof. Rui Zhang

English, A. S., & Zhang, R. (2019). Coping with perceived discrimination: A longitudinal study of sojourners in China. Current Psychology.

West, A. L., Zhang, R., Yampolsky, M., & Sasaki, J. Y. (2018). The potential cost of cultural fit: Frame switching undermines authenticity in Western contexts. Frontiers in Cultural Psychology, 9, 2622.

Zhang, R., Noles, K. A., & Lalonde, R. A. (2018). Know your heritage: Exploring the effects of fit in cultural knowledge on Chinese Canadians' heritage identity. Frontiers in Cultural Psychology, 9, 2100.

Tao, D., Zhang, R., Lou, E., & Lalonde, R. N. (2018). The cultural shaping of career aspirations: Acculturation and Chinese biculturals' career identity styles. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science / Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement, 50, 29-41.

He. J., Van de Vijver, F. J. R., Fetvadjiev, V. H., Dominguez-Espinosa, A. C., Adams, B. G., ... Zhang, R. (2017). On enhancing the cross-cultural comparability of Likert-scale personality and value measures: A comparison of common procedures. European Journal of Personality, 31, 642-657.

Zhang, R., & Weng, L. (2017). Not all cultural values are created equal: Cultural change in China reexamined through Google books. International Journal of Psychology. Advance online publication.

West, A. L., Zhang, R., Yampolsky, M., & Sasaki, J. Y. (2017). More than the sum of its parts: A transformative theory of biculturalism. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48, 963-990.

Zhang, R., Noels, K. A., Lalonde, R. A., & Salas, S. A. (2017). Self-consistency in bicultural persons: Dialectical self-beliefs mediate the relation between identity integration and self-consistency. Frontiers in Psychology8, 321.

Zhang, R., Noels, K. A., Guan, Y., & Weng, L. (2016). Making sense of positive self-evaluations in China: The role of sociocultural change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 47, 36-52.

Fung, H. H., Ho, Y. H., Zhang, R., Zhang, X., Noels, K. A., & Tam, K.-P. (2016). Age differences in personal values: Universal or cultural specific? Psychology and Aging, 31(3), 274-286.

Webber, D., Zhang, R., Schimel, J., & Blatter, J. (2015). Finding death in meaninglessness: Evidence that death thought accessibility increases in response to meaning threats. British Journal of Social Psychology.

Webber, D., Schimel, J., Faucher, E. H., Hayes, J., Zhang, R., & Martens, A. (2015). Emotion as a necessary component of threat-induced death thought accessibility and defensive compensation. Motivation and Emotion, 39, 142-155.

Zhang, R., Schimel, J., & Faucher, E. H. (2014). Bicultural terror management: Identity hybridity moderates the effect of mortality salience on biculturals’ familiarity versus novelty seeking tendency. Self and Identity, 13, 714-739.

Zhang, R., & Li, L. M. W. (2014). The acculturation of relational mobility: An investigation of Asian Canadians. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 1390-1410.

Zhang, R., & Noels, K. A. (2013). When ethnic identities vary: Cross-situation and within-situation variation, authenticity, and well-being. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 44, 552-573.

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