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Predictors of disordered eating among men: A structural equation modeling approach
Inter-rater agreement of executive function abilities in children with FASD or ADHD, and relation to laboratory measures
A person-centered exploration of the Hexaco personality measure and work-related outcomes
Gender differences in sexual violence victimization and acknowledgement on a college campus
Early emotion dysregulation and its neural correlates in toddlers with autism spectrum disorders
Threat- and reward-related neural architecture of irritability development across early childhood
Parenting behaviors and youth internalizing symptoms: Racial/ethnic differences among youth offspring of depressed parents
Heuristics about African Americans as unique predictors of context-level implicit racial bias
Ethnic diversity and implicit black-weapon associations over time: A repeated cross-sectional analysis
Characteristics of parent-child engagement in Spanish-and English-speaking dyads
A replication study of interpersonal justice, stereotype of deceit, and fairness perceptions on bias towards supervisors
Bidirectional effects among poly-victimization, internalizing, and interpersonal problems among at-risk adolescents
Pathways from maternal childhood abuse to child emotional and behavioral problems: The roles of maternal depressive symptoms and mother-child aggression
Examining the utility of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment and mini mental state exam in Huntington's disease: A longitudinal comparison
Dyadic perceptions of depression and anxiety in romantic relationships
Safety cynicism : a new safety construct
A scary world: Contextual level effects on implicit perceptions of threat
Relational self-change in romantic couples
The neurocognitive effects of changing hazardous drinking behaviors in adolescents and young adults
Altered functional connectivity and disinhibition in individuals with metabolic syndrome