A selection of journal articles written by faculty in the College of the Pacific - Department of Psychology at University of the Pacific.

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Submissions from 2018

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Parents’ reactions to toddlers’ emotions: relations with toddler shyness and gender, Jessica Grady

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Becoming prosocial peers: Temperamental shyness and mothers’ and fathers’ elaborative emotion language, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady and Paul D. Hastings

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Emotions in storybooks: A comparison of storybooks that represent ethnic and racial groups in the United States, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady, Malina Her, Geena Moreno, Catherine Perez, and Jillian Yelinek

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Children’s anxious characteristics predict how their parents socialize emotions, Paul D. Hastings, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady, and L. Barrieau

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Age differences in self-set goal effects for memory, Robin Lea West, Carla M. Strickland-Hughes, and Kimberley A. Smith

Submissions from 2017

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The Opportunity to Choose the Activity Context Does Not Increase Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity Exhibited by Preschool Children, Verena Boga and Matthew P. Normand

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Mother and child temperament as interacting correlates of parenting sense of competence, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady and Katherine Karraker

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Stability of infants’ preference for prosocial others: Implications for research based on single-choice paradigms, Tyler Nighbor, Carolynn S. Kohn, Matthew P. Normand, and Henry Schlinger

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Improving the interview skills of college students using behavioral skills training, Corey S. Stocco, Rachel H. Thompson, John M. Hart, and Heidi Soriano

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"Show me your mad faces!": Preschool teachers’ emotion talk in the classroom, Jillian Yelinek and Jessica Stoltzfus Grady

Submissions from 2016

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Maternal emotion socialization and the development of inhibitory control in emotional contexts, Sarah Khahle, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady, Jonas G. Miller, Monica Lopez, and Paul D. Hastings

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Less Is More: Psychologists Can Learn More by Studying Fewer People, Matthew P. Normand

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False feedback and beliefs influence name recall in younger and older adults, Carla M. Strickland-Hughes, Robin Lea West, Kimberley A. Smith, and Natalie C. Ebner

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Future perspective and healthy lifestyle choices in adulthood, Aylin Tasdemir-Ozdes, Carla M. Strickland-Hughes, Natalie C. Ebner, and Natalie C. Ebner

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Adult attention and interaction can increase moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in young children, Heather M. Zerger, Matthew P. Normand, Verena Boga, and Rutvi Patel

Submissions from 2015

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A Survey of Functional Behavior Assessment Methods Used by Behavior Analysts in Practice, Anthony C. Oliver, Leigh A. Pratt, and Matthew P. Normand

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Contingency analysis of caregiver behavior: Implications for parent training and future directions, Corey S. Stocco and Rachel H. Thompson

Submissions from 2014

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Do maternal warm and encouraging statements reduce shy toddlers’ social reticence?, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady and Katherine Karraker

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The role of the physical environment in promoting physical activity in children across different group compositions, Tracy A. Larson, Matthew P. Normand, Allison J. Morley, and Kristin M. Hustyi

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Further evaluation of a functional analysis of moderate‐to‐vigorous physical activity in young children, Tracy A. Larson, Matthew P. Normand, Allison J. Morley, and Bryon G. Miller

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Erratum to: Opening Skinner’s Box: an Introduction, Matthew P. Normand

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Opening Skinner’s Box: an Introduction, Matthew P. Normand

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Teaching tacting of private events based on public accompaniments: Effects of contingencies, stimulus complexity, and audience control, Corey S. Stocco, Rachel H. Thompson, and John M. Hart

Submissions from 2013

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A functional analysis of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in young children, Tracy A. Larson, Matthew P. Normand, Allison J. Morley, and Bryon G. Miller

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Don't wag the dog: extending the reach of applied behavior analysis, Matthew P. Normand and Carolynn S. Kohn

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Functional analysis of verbal behavior: a brief reivew, Joshua B. Plavnick and Matthew P. Normand

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Arranging and ordering in autism spectrum disorder: Characteristics, severity, and environmental correlates, Nicole M. Rodriguez, Rachel H. Thompson, Corey S. Stocco, and Kevin Schlichenmeyer

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On the origin and functions of the term functional analysis, Henry D. Schlinger Jr. and Matthew P. Normand

Submissions from 2012

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A naturalistic observation of social behaviors during preschool drop-off, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady, Chelsea M. Ale, and Tracy L. Morris

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Shyness trajectories in slow-to-warm-up infants: Relations with child sex and maternal parenting, Jessica Stoltzfus Grady, Katherine Karraker, and Aaron Metzger

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The effect of outdoor activity context on physical activity in preschool children, Kristin M. Hustyi, Matthew P. Normand, Tracy A. Larson, and Allison J. Morley

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A review of Behavioral Foundations of Effective Autism Treatment, Amanda M. Karsten, Meca Andrade, Catia Cividini-Motta, Kerry A. Conde, Maeve G. Donnelly, Kelly McConnell, Keira Moore, Lindsay Peters, Kylie Roberts, Corey S. Stocco, Berglind Sveinbjornsdottir, and Nicholas Vanselow

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Functional analysis and treatment of arranging and ordering by individuals with an autism spectrum disorder, Nicole M. Rodriguez, Rachel H. Thompson, Kevin Schlichenmeyer, and Corey S. Stocco

Submissions from 2011

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Behavioral assessment of physical activity in obese preschool children, Kristin M. Hustyi, Matthew P. Normand, and Tracy A. Larson

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Preliminary evaluation of an observation system for recording physical activity in children, Tracy Larson, Matthew P. Normand, and Kristin M. Hustyi

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Teach your children well: a review of Chance's The Teacher's Craft: The Ten Essential Skills of Effective Teaching, Matthew P. Normand and Carolynn S. Kohn

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Infant sign training and functional analysis, Matthew P. Normand, Mychal A. Machado, Kristin M. Hustyi, and Allison J. Morley

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Restricted interests and teacher presentation of items, Corey S. Stocco, Rachel H. Thompson, and Nicole M. Rodriguez

Submissions from 2010

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An analysis of stimuli that influence compliance during the high-probability instruction sequence, Matthew P. Normand, Kathryn Kestner, and Joshua Jessel

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Promoting healthier food choices in college students using individualized dietary feedback, Matthew P. Normand and Matthew R. Osborne

Submissions from 2009

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Using goal setting, self-monitoring, and feedback to increase calorie expenditure in obese adults, Jeanne M. Donaldson and Matthew P. Normand

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Extending the assessment of functions of vocalizations in children with limited verbal repertoires, Danielle LaFrance, David A. Wilder, Matthew P. Normand, and James L. Squires

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Much ado about nothing? Some comments on B. F. Skinner’s definition of verbal behavior, Matthew P. Normand

Submissions from 2008

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Providing Faculty iPods to Explore Innovative Teaching and Learning, Jace Hargis, Scott Jensen, Carolynn S. Kohn, Matthew P. Normand, and Deborah Schooler

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Increasing physical activity through self-monitoring, goal setting, and feedback, Matthew P. Normand

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Science, skepticism, and applied behavior analysis, Matthew P. Normand

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A functional analysis of non-vocal verbal behavior of a young child with autism, Matthew P. Normand, Erica S. Severtson, and Gracie A. Beavers

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Evaluation of the high-probability instruction sequence with and without programmed reinforcement, Carlos A. Zuluaga and Matthew P. Normand

Submissions from 2007

Mercury rising: Exposing the vaccine-autism myth, Matthew P. Normand and J. Dallery

Submissions from 2006

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The effects of a high-probability instruction sequence and response-independent reinforcer delivery on child compliance, Chrystin Bullock and Matthew P. Normand

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The effects of celeration lines on visual data analysis, Matthew P. Normand and Jon Bailey

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The effects of a stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure on the unprompted vocalizations of a young child diagnosed with autism, Matthew P. Normand and Melissa L. Knoll

Submissions from 2005

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Buckle up for safety: A comment on Reynolds and Schiffbauer (2004), Matthew P. Normand

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Noncontingent reinforcement as treatment for self-injury and food refusal and associated self-injury, David A. Wilder, Matthew P. Normand, and Julie Atwell

Submissions from 2004

Dialogue on private events, David C. Palmer, John Eshelman, Paul Brandon, T. V. Joe Layng, Christopher McDonough, Jack Michael, Ted Schoneberger, Nathan Stemmer, Ray Weitzman, and Matthew P. Normand

Submissions from 2002

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Verbal behavior: History and future, Matthew P. Normand

Submissions from 2000

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The demon-haunted sentence: A skeptical analysis of reverse speech, Tom Byrne and Matthew P. Normand

Publication trends in The Analysis of Verbal Behavior: 1982-1998, Matthew P. Normand, Jeffrey F. Fossa, and Alan Poling

Submissions from 1999

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The discussion of behavioral principles in JOBM, Matthew P. Normand, Barbara Bucklin, and John Austin

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Noncontingent reinforcement: An inappropriate description of time-based schedules that reduce behavior, Alan Poling and Matthew P. Normand