Keane, Susan

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Weight in childhood and its association with social anxiety in adolescence: pathways examining withdrawal and social stress 2019 181 Evidence from the field of developmental psychopathology suggests that a diathesis-stress model is one effective way to investigate pathways to maladaptive outcomes. Social anxiety, defined as fear experienced during social interaction because of con...
Early temperament and the link with adolescent internalizing problems: pathways through social processes 2019 134 Early identification of risk factors associated with psychopathology (e.g., internalizing problems) is a primary goal for psychologists. Consistent with the concept of equifinality, research suggests that there are multiple factors that contribute to...
Early pubertal timing and emotional symptoms: the protective role of friendship quality 2020 122 The purpose of the current study was to examine the interaction between pubertal timing and friendship quality in predicting increases in emotional symptoms in adolescent boys and girls longitudinally. Participants included 361 adolescents (67.3% Whi...
The development of adolescent emotion regulation among Black and White youth: the role of negative emotionality and parental emotion socialization 2020 110 The purpose of the current study was to explore the interactive effect of youth’s dispositional susceptibility to negative emotions—or negative emotionality (NE)—and parental socialization of youth’s negative emotions in predicting adolescent emotion...
ADHD symptoms and diet quality in adolescence: examining indirect effects of eating behaviors and the role of peer problems 2020 77 Emerging literature has suggested that Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may be associated with poorer diet quality, though the processes underlying this link are still unclear. The current study sought to examine how ADHD symptoms are ...
Longitudinal link between ADHD and anxiety for children with low social preference : the mediating role of hostile attribution bias 2021 101 Expression of ADHD symptoms may confer risk for increases in internalizing outcomes over time. One potential explanation is the presence of hostile attribution bias: this social processing deficit has been observed in populations with ADHD and has al...