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Stacia Bourne
Stacia Bourne
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The construction of moral agency in mother–child conversations about helping and hurting across childhood and adolescence.
HE Recchia, C Wainryb, S Bourne, M Pasupathi
Developmental Psychology 50 (1), 34, 2014
872014
Children's and adolescents' accounts of helping and hurting others: Lessons about the development of moral agency
HE Recchia, C Wainryb, S Bourne, M Pasupathi
Child Development 86 (3), 864-876, 2015
542015
The feeling of the story: Narrating to regulate anger and sadness
M Pasupathi, C Wainryb, CD Mansfield, S Bourne
Cognition and Emotion 31 (3), 444-461, 2017
402017
Graphic methods for interpreting longitudinal dyadic patterns from repeated-measures actor–partner interdependence models.
NS Perry, KJW Baucom, S Bourne, J Butner, AO Crenshaw, JN Hogan, ...
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (5), 592, 2017
362017
Cardiovascular reactivity during marital conflict in laboratory and naturalistic settings: Differential associations with relationship and individual functioning across contexts
BRW Baucom, KJW Baucom, JN Hogan, AO Crenshaw, SV Bourne, ...
Family process 57 (3), 662-678, 2018
342018
Narrative construction of morality in adolescence among typically developing and violence-exposed youth
M Pasupathi, C Wainryb, S Bourne, R Posada
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 37 (2), 178-198, 2017
282017
Stories for all ages: Narrating anger reduces distress across childhood and adolescence.
C Wainryb, M Pasupathi, S Bourne, K Oldroyd
Developmental Psychology 54 (6), 1072-1085, 2018
252018
“I Didn’t Want To, But Then I Told”: Adolescents’ Narratives Regarding Disclosure, Concealment, and Lying
J Smetana, J Robinson, SV Bourne, C Wainryb
Developmental Psychology, 2018
182018
Consequences of inadequate caregiving for children’s attachment, neurobiological development, and adaptive functioning
SV Bourne, M Korom, M Dozier
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 25 (1), 166-181, 2022
142022
A replication and extension of the interpersonal process model of demand/withdraw behavior: Incorporating subjective emotional experience.
K Leo, AO Crenshaw, JN Hogan, SV Bourne, KJW Baucom, ...
Journal of Family Psychology 35 (4), 534, 2021
122021
Mothers and friends as listeners for adolescent anger narration: Distinct developmental affordances.
M Pasupathi, C Wainryb, SV Bourne, K Oldroyd
Developmental psychology 58 (4), 778, 2022
102022
Storied lessons: Learning from anger in childhood by narrating
M Pasupathi, C Wainryb, K Oldroyd, S Bourne
International journal of behavioral development 43 (6), 553-562, 2019
102019
And I shot her: On war, and the creation of inequities in the development of youths’ moral capacities
C Wainryb, S Bourne
Advances in child development and behavior 51, 257-287, 2016
42016
The psychophysiology of narrating distressing experiences
M Pasupathi, C Wainryb, S Bourne, C Mansfield
Narrative Inquiry 33 (1), 123-152, 2023
22023
Children's and adolescents' narrative accounts of harming: Assuming and mitigating blame
S Bourne
The University of Utah, 2013
12013
Is Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch‐up effective for parents with insecure attachment states of mind?
MH Labella, KL Raby, SV Bourne, AC Trahan, D Katz, M Dozier
Child Development 95 (2), 648-655, 2024
2024
Using randomized controlled trials to ask questions regarding developmental psychopathology: A tribute to Dante Cicchetti
KN Miller, SV Bourne, CM Dahl, C Costello, J Attinelly, K Jennings, ...
Development and Psychopathology, 1-10, 2024
2024
Does the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up Intervention Have Sustained Effects on Attachment Security That Extend into Adolescence?
SV Bourne, C Travers, M Dozier
Society for Prevention Research 30th Annual Meeting, 2022
2022
More and Less Guilt-Prone Children’s Distress Changes Differently when they Narrate Harmdoings, According to Some but Not All Indicators of Distress
SV Bourne
The University of Utah, 2018
2018
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