Jordan A. Booker
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Parental emotion coaching and child emotion regulation as protective factors for children with oppositional defiant disorder
JC Dunsmore, JA Booker, TH Ollendick
Social Development 22 (3), 444-466, 2013
Emotion socialization in the context of risk and psychopathology: Maternal emotion coaching predicts better treatment outcomes for emotionally labile children with oppositional …
JC Dunsmore, JA Booker, TH Ollendick, RW Greene
Social Development 25 (1), 8-26, 2016
Ongoing narrative meaning-making within events and across the life span
R Fivush, JA Booker, ME Graci
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 37 (2), 127-152, 2017
Affective social competence in adolescence: Current findings and future directions
JA Booker, JC Dunsmore
Social Development 26 (1), 3-20, 2017
Profiles of wisdom among emerging adults: Associations with empathy, gratitude, and forgiveness
JA Booker, JC Dunsmore
The Journal of Positive Psychology 11 (3), 315-325, 2016
Perceived parent–Child relations, conduct problems, and clinical improvement following the treatment of oppositional defiant disorder
JA Booker, TH Ollendick, JC Dunsmore, RW Greene
Journal of child and family studies 25 (5), 1623-1633, 2016
Change in maternal stress for families in treatment for their children with oppositional defiant disorder
JA Booker, NN Capriola-Hall, JC Dunsmore, RW Greene, TH Ollendick
Journal of child and family studies 27 (8), 2552-2561, 2018
Testing direct and indirect ties of self-compassion with subjective well-being
JA Booker, JC Dunsmore
Journal of Happiness Studies 20 (5), 1563-1585, 2019
Expressive writing and well-being during the transition to college: Comparison of emotion-disclosing and gratitude-focused writing
JA Booker, JC Dunsmore
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 36 (7), 580-606, 2017
Functions of parental intergenerational narratives told by young people
N Merrill, JA Booker, R Fivush
Topics in cognitive science 11 (4), 752-773, 2019
Testing multiple conceptualizations of oppositional defiant disorder in youth
TH Ollendick, JA Booker, S Ryan, RW Greene
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 47 (4), 620-633, 2018
Longitudinal changes in trauma narratives over the first year and associations with coping and mental health
JA Booker, R Fivush, ME Graci, H Heitz, LA Hudak, T Jovanovic, ...
Journal of affective disorders 272, 116-124, 2020
Developmental foundations of the narrative author in early mother-child reminiscing
R Fivush, E Reese, JA Booker
Handbook on personality development, 399-417, 2019
Patterns in autobiographical reminiscing among early adults: Implications for forgiveness and self‐compassion
JA Booker
Social Development 28 (4), 802-819, 2019
Profiles of temperament among youth with specific phobias: Implications for CBT outcomes
NN Capriola, JA Booker, TH Ollendick
Journal of abnormal child psychology 45 (7), 1449-1459, 2017
The parent–child relationship and posttreatment child outcomes across two treatments for oppositional defiant disorder
JA Booker, NN Capriola-Hall, RW Greene, TH Ollendick
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 2019
Narratives in the immediate aftermath of traumatic injury: Markers of ongoing depressive and posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms
JA Booker, ME Graci, LA Hudak, T Jovanovic, BO Rothbaum, KJ Ressler, ...
Journal of traumatic stress 31 (2), 273-285, 2018
International perspectives on reminiscence, life review and life story work
B Haight, TW Pierce, AN Elliott, B Woods, PG Coleman, C Ivani-Chalian, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018
Parental influences and child internalizing outcomes across multiple generations
JA Booker, NN Capriola-Hall, TH Ollendick
Journal of child and family studies 27 (7), 2217-2231, 2018
Narrative identity across multiple autobiographical episodes: Considering means and variability with well-being
JA Booker, K Brakke, JM Sales, R Fivush
Self and Identity, 1-24, 2021
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