Courtney Rocheleau Ph.D.

There are 5 included publications by Courtney Rocheleau Ph.D.:

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Condom Use among High-Risk Adolescents: Testing the Influence of Alcohol Use on the Relationship of Cognitive Correlates of Behavior 2005 714 The goal of this study was the exploration of distal effects of alcohol use on condom use. Criminally involved adolescents completed an initial measure of attitudes, beliefs, and prior behavior. Of the 300 who completed the initial measurement, 267 (...
Moderators of the Relationship between Exercise and Mood Changes: Gender, Exertion Level, and Workout Duration 2004 7280 Although the role of exercise in improving mood is well established, less is known about moderators of this effect, particularly outside of the laboratory. The current study examined the effect of gender, type of exercise, level of exertion, and dura...
Perceived Stress and ADHD Symptoms in Adults 2015 73 Given that ADHD has been linked to dysfunction across development and in many life domains, it is likely that individuals experiencing these symptoms are at increased risk for experiencing stress. The current study examines the association between AD...
Social likeability, conformity, and body talk: Does fat talk have a normative rival in female body image conversations? 2009 2885 Fat talk, dialogues among women involving negative body-focused discussions, was studied as a function of conformity and social likeability through the use of four vignettes depicting young women in conversation. Using a 2 (body presentation style of...
Testing the norm to fat talk for women of varying size: What’s weight got to do with it? 2012 57 “Fat talk” is the conversational phenomenon whereby people berate their bodies in social circles. This study assessed whether norms of fat talk differ for overweight versus average-weight women. Sixty-three women read a script depicting a fat talk si...