Research Area: Quantitative Methods
multilevel modeling; multilevel structural equation modeling (MSEM); family systems; parenting; virtual reality
Yaremych, H.E, Preacher, K.J., & Hedeker, D. (In press). Centering categorical predictors in multilevel models: Best practices and interpretation. Psychological Methods.
Kesselring, I., Yaremych, H.E., Pegg, S., Dickey, L., & Kujawa, A. (2021). Zoom or in-person: An ecological momentary assessment study of time with friends and depressive symptoms on affect in emerging adults. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 40(2), 97-120.
Persky, S., Yaremych, H.E., Goldring, M.R., Ferrer, R.A., Rose, M.K., & Hollister, B.M. (2020). Investigating the efficacy of genetic, environmental, and multifactorial risk information when communicating obesity risk to parents of young children. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
Persky, S., & Yaremych, H.E. (2020). Parents' genetic attributions for children's eating behaviors: Relationships with beliefs, emotions, and food choice behavior. Appetite, 155.
Hollister, B.M., Yaremych, H.E., Goldring, M.R., & Persky, S. (2019). Mothers’ and fathers’ cognitive and affective responses to epigenetics concepts. Environmental Epigenetics, 5(4).
Yaremych, H.E., & Persky, S. (2019). Tracing physical behavior in virtual reality: A narrative review of applications to social psychology. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 85.
Yaremych, H.E., Kistler, W.D., Trivedi, N., & Persky, S. (2019). Path tortuosity in virtual reality: A novel approach for quantifying behavioral process in a food choice context. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 22(7), 486-493.
Persky, S., Ferrer, R.A., Klein, W.M.P., Goldring, M.R., Cohen, R.W., Kistler, W.D., Yaremych, H.E., & Bouhlal, S. (2018). Effects of fruit and vegetable feeding messages on mothers and fathers: Interactions between emotional state and health message framing. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 53(9), 789-800.
Yaremych, H.E., & Volling, B.L. (2018). Sibling relationships and mothers’ and fathers’ emotion socialization practices: A within-family perspective. Early Child Development and Care, 190(2), 195-209.