Publications and Presentations


Selected Publications:

Liu, C. & Berzenski, S.R. (2022) College Academic Perfectionism Scale: Development and Validation. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment .

Berzenski, S.R. & Yates, T.M. (2021) A transactional model of expressive control and inhibitory control across childhood. Social Development.

Berzenski, S.R. (2019). The when and who of graduation and dropout predictors: A moderated hazard analysis. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice. pdf 

Berzenski, S.R., Madden, A.R., Yates, T.M. (2018). Child emotional abuse characteristics moderate associations with adult psychopathology and caregiving. Child Abuse and Neglect. pdf 

Berzenski, S.R. (2018). Distinct emotion regulation skills explain psychopathology and problems in social relationships following childhood emotional abuse and neglect. Development & Psychopathology. pdf 

Berzenski, S.R. & Yates, T.M. (2017). The differential influences of parenting and child narrative coherence on the development of emotion recognition. Developmental Psychology. pdf 

Grey, I.K., Berzenski, S.R., Yates, T.M. (2015). Coping in context: The role of resource availability on coping effectiveness among emancipated foster youth. Emerging adulthood.    pdf

Berzenski, S.R., Yates, T.M., Egeland, B. (2014). A Multidimensional View of Continuity in Intergenerational Transmission of Child Maltreatment. In J. Korbin & R. Krugman (Eds.), Handbook of Child Maltreatment (pp. 115-129­). Springer Netherlands.

Berzenski, S.R. & Yates, T.M. (2013). Preschoolers’ emotion knowledge and the differential effects of harsh punishment. Journal of Family Psychology, 27(3), 463-472.   pdf

Berzenski, S.R., Bennett, D.S., Marini, V. A., Sullivan, M.S., Lewis, M. (2013). The role of parental distress in moderating the influence of child neglect on maladjustment. Journal of Child and Family Studies.    pdf

Bennett, D., Marini, V., Berzenski, S.R., Carmody, D.P., Lewis, M. (2013). Externalizing problems in late childhood as a function of prenatal cocaine exposure and environmental risk. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 38(3), 296-308.    pdf

Berzenski, S.R. & Yates, T.M. (2011). Classes and consequences of multiple maltreatment: A person- centered analysis. Child Maltreatment, 16(4), 250-261.   pdf

Berzenski, S.R. & Yates, T.M. (2010). A developmental process analysis of the impact of emotional abuse on relationship violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 19(2), 180-203.    pdf


Selected Presentations:

Berzenksi, S.R., Yates, T.M. (2015). The differential timing of familial and individual influences on the development of emotion knowledge across early childhood. Poster presented at 2015 Society for Research in Child Development biennial meeting, Philadelphia, PA. pdf

Berzenski, S.R., Yates, T.M. (2014). Differential pathways from hostile parenting to child psychopathology: Physiological and emotion regulation. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science annual convention, San Francisco, CA.   pdf

Berzenski, S.R., Yates, T.M. (2013). A microgenetic dynamic systems analysis of temporal relations among domains of early childhood regulation. Poster presented at 2013 Society for Research in Child Development biennial meeting, Seattle, WA.    pdf

Berzenski, S.R., Yates, T.M. (2011). Differential effects of environmental, relational, and biological adversity on autonomic regulation in young children. Poster presented at National Academy of Sciences Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium: Biological Embedding of Early Social Adversity: From Fruit Flies to Kindergarteners, Irvine, CA.    pdf

Berzenski, S.R. (2011). The differential salience of coping mechanisms in variable risk contexts. Poster presented at 2011 Society for Research in Child Development biennial meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.   pdf


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