We are in the process of ordering equipment to assess physiological aspects of stress and coping. This will allow us to examine stress, coping, and support in new and exciting ways.
Congratulations to Dr. Courtney Ignarri, the first Ph.D. graduate from the Coping Lab!
Recent Publications & Presentations
Association for Psychological Science, 23rd Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.
- Trajectories of BMI From Early Childhood Through Early Adolescence: SES and Parenting StyleCheryl A. Bluestone, Christopher T. Burke, Sean P. Lane
- Symposium - Implicit Motives: Current Theoretical and Methodological AdvancesSociety for the Study of Motivation
Burke, C. T., Shrout, P. E., & Bolger, N. (2008). Bereavement as a potential turning point: Modeling between-person variability in adjustment to conjugal loss. In P. Cohen (Ed.), Applied data analytic techniques for turning point research pp. 129-148). New York: Routledge.
Burke, C.T., Bolger, N., & Shrout, P.E. (2007). Individual differences in adjustment to spousal loss: A nonlinear mixed model analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31, 405-415.
Carnelley, K.B., Wortman, C.B., Bolger, N., & Burke, C.T. (2006). The time course of grief reactions to spousal loss: Evidence from a national probability sample. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 476-492.