Emily N. Bailey

WCBCT 2019

For more information on this presentation contact Emily Bailey (Emily.Nicole.Bailey@live.mercer.edu). For more information on the trivariate latent difference score contact Craig Marker (marker_cd@mercer.edu).

Parental Psychological Distress Interacting to Influence Child Internalizing Behaviors Presented at the 2019 WCBCT Conference in Berlin, Germany

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trivariate latent difference score

SEPA 2019

This presentation discussed the bidirectional relationship between maternal anxiety and child externalizing behavior.

SRCD 2019

This study investigated the relationship between overall paternal psychological distress and child internalizing behavior

ICPS 2019

This presentation examined the relationship between maternal anger and child externalizing behavior across time.

ABCT 2018

This study examined whether the presence or absence of maternal psychopatholgy may modify the degree of externalizing behavior

APA 2018 Parent Ratings

This poster combined MTMM and DFA to investigate how children behavior problems changed over time and by reporter

APA 2018

This presentation examined the relationship between paternal anger and child externalizing behavior

SEPA 2018 Qualitative

SEPA 2018

This study investigated the relationship between father psychopathology (combined depression, anxiety, and anger) and child externalizing behavior.

WCBCT 2019

For more information on this presentation contact Emily Bailey (Emily.Nicole.Bailey@live.mercer.edu). For more information on the trivariate latent difference score contact Craig Marker (marker_cd@mercer.edu). Parental Psychological Distress Interacting to Influence...

SEPA 2019

This presentation discussed the bidirectional relationship between maternal anxiety and child externalizing behavior.

SRCD 2019

This study investigated the relationship between overall paternal psychological distress and child internalizing behavior

ICPS 2019

This presentation examined the relationship between maternal anger and child externalizing behavior across time.

ABCT 2018

This study examined whether the presence or absence of maternal psychopatholgy may modify the degree of externalizing behavior

APA 2018 Parent Ratings

This poster combined MTMM and DFA to investigate how children behavior problems changed over time and by reporter

APA 2018

This presentation examined the relationship between paternal anger and child externalizing behavior

SEPA 2018 Qualitative

This study examined various themes found in self-reported medical stressors.

SEPA 2018

This study investigated the relationship between father psychopathology (combined depression, anxiety, and anger) and child externalizing behavior.