Jeffrey D Long
Affiliation: University of Minnesota
- Omnibus hypothesis testing in dominance-based ordinal multiple regressionJeffrey D Long
Department of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota, MN 55455 0211, USA
Psychol Methods 10:329-51. 2005..Results suggest that Q2 has favorable sampling properties as long as the sample size-to-predictors ratio is not too small, and Q2 can be a good alternative to the omnibus F test when the response variable is non-normal...
- Early deprivation and home basal cortisol levels: a study of internationally adopted childrenDarlene A Kertes
Institute of Child Development, 51 East River Road, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Dev Psychopathol 20:473-91. 2008..A structural equation model revealed that preadoption Deprived Care predicted Growth Delay at adoption and Growth Delay predicted higher morning cortisol levels and a larger diurnal cortisol decrease...
- A short-term longitudinal study of preschoolers' (Homo sapiens) sex segregation: the role of physical activity, sex, and timeAnthony D Pellegrini
Department of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
J Comp Psychol 121:282-9. 2007..Boys (both high- and low-activity) should remain segregated across the year. The hypothesis was supported, and results are discussed in terms of the interactive role of biology and socialization on sex segregation...
- Longitudinal construct validity of Brief Symptom Inventory subscales in schizophreniaJeffrey D Long
Department of Educational Psychology, Quantitative Methods in Education, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, 178 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Psychol Assess 19:298-308. 2007..There is evidence that the 9 subscales may be validly used to study change in single constructs over time...
- Continuity and cascade in offspring of bipolar parents: a longitudinal study of externalizing, internalizing, and thought problemsBonnie Klimes-Dougan
Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, 75 West River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Dev Psychopathol 22:849-66. 2010..This study not only serves to advance our understanding of the risks associated with a family history of BD, but also provides a novel approach to examining developmental cascades...
- Nutritional practices in the neonatal intensive care unit: analysis of a 2006 neonatal nutrition surveyDeborah M Hans
Departments of aPediatrics and cEducational Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Pediatrics 123:51-7. 2009..The goal of this investigation was to determine how current parenteral nutrition and enteral nutrition practice intentions for preterm infants compare with published recommendations and previous feeding practices...
- Developmental changes in hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal activity over the transition to adolescence: normative changes and associations with pubertyMegan R Gunnar
Institute of Child Development, 51 East River Rd, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Dev Psychopathol 21:69-85. 2009..The importance of these findings for the hypothesis that puberty-associated increases in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity heightens the risk of psychopathology is discussed...
- Academic achievement of homeless and highly mobile children in an urban school district: longitudinal evidence on risk, growth, and resilienceJelena Obradovic
University of Minnesota, USA
Dev Psychopathol 21:493-518. 2009..Efforts to close gaps or enhance achievement in H/HM children require more differentiated knowledge of vulnerability and protective processes that may shape individual development and achievement...
- The significance of childhood competence and problems for adult success in work: a developmental cascade analysisAnn S Masten
Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, 51 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Dev Psychopathol 22:679-94. 2010..Work competence also showed considerable stability over a 10-year period during early adulthood. Implications and applications for future research and intervention are discussed...
- Measuring interpersonal callousness in boys from childhood to adolescence: an examination of longitudinal invariance and temporal stabilityJelena Obradovic
Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 36:276-92. 2007..This study emphasizes the importance of testing the longitudinal invariance of constructs that span multiple developmental periods to promote a more unambiguous understanding of developmental stability and change...
- A sexual selection theory longitudinal analysis of sexual segregation and integration in early adolescenceAnthony D Pellegrini
Department of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus, 178 Pillsbury Dr SE, 107 Burton Hall, Minneapolis, MN 55455 3171, USA
J Exp Child Psychol 85:257-78. 2003..Third, "poke and push courtship" behaviors did not influence peer group integration or dating...
- Resources and resilience in the transition to adulthood: continuity and changeAnn S Masten
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Dev Psychopathol 16:1071-94. 2004..Results are discussed in relation to the possibility that the transition to adulthood is a window of opportunity for changing the life course...
- Developmental cascades: linking academic achievement and externalizing and internalizing symptoms over 20 yearsAnn S Masten
Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, 55455, USA
Dev Psychol 41:733-46. 2005..Implications are discussed for developmental models of cascades, progressions, and preventive interventions...
- The structure and invariance of a model of social functioning in schizophreniaJohn S Brekke
School of Social Work, University of Southern California, Montgomery Ross Fisher Bldg, Room 204, Los Angeles, California 90089 0411, USA
J Nerv Ment Dis 190:63-72. 2002..Correlations with other measures in both samples provided additional evidence for the construct validity of the proposed measurement model of social functioning. Implications for research and practice are discussed...
- Interpersonal control, expressed emotion, and change in symptoms in families of persons with schizophreniaAnne K Wuerker
School of Nursing, University of California, Factor 5 252, Box 956919, Los Angeles, CA 90095 6919, USA
Schizophr Res 58:281-92. 2002..Understanding how EE attitudes impact the struggles patients and relatives have in coping with schizophrenia is crucial to knowing how clinicians can support these families most effectively...
- Construct validity of a measure of subjective satisfaction with life of adults with serious mental illnessMary Ann Test
School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin Madison, 1350 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, USA
Psychiatr Serv 56:292-300. 2005..The Satisfaction With Life scale measures satisfaction in four domains: living situation, social relationships, work, and self and present life...
- Identifying mechanisms of treatment effects and recovery in rehabilitation of schizophrenia: longitudinal analytic methodsJason E Peer
Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska Lincoln, USA
Clin Psychol Rev 27:696-714. 2007..The respective advantages and disadvantages of these modern methods are highlighted. Their potential use for future research of treatment effects and recovery in schizophrenia is also discussed...
- The interplay of social competence and psychopathology over 20 years: testing transactional and cascade modelsKeith B Burt
Department of Psychology, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405, USA
Child Dev 79:359-74. 2008..Using a developmental psychopathology framework, results are discussed in relation to cascade and transactional effects and the interplay between competence and symptoms over time...
- A longitudinal investigation of visual event-related potentials in the first year of lifeSara J Webb
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, USA
Dev Sci 8:605-16. 2005..These results have implications for future studies that involve the recording of the visual ERP, and point to the advantages of growth curve modeling in examining longitudinal data to account for non-linear development...
- Using event-related potentials to study perinatal nutrition and brain development in infants of diabetic mothersRaye Ann deRegnier
Department of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA
Dev Neuropsychol 31:379-96. 2007..This study highlights the value of using ERPs to translate basic science information obtained from animal models to the development of the human infant...