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Molly E. Hale

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Education:

M.S. William & Mary (Experimental Psychology) 

B.A. University of Washington (Community Psychology)

Research Interests:

I am an emotion researcher who seeks to better understand predictors of child psychopathology, specifically anxiety and depression, through the analysis of important socialization agents (e.g., parents and peers). I am interested in examining these pathways through both behavioral and physiological forms of assessment. Further, I am pursuing a quantitative minor into order to better apply advanced statistical techniques to answer these questions.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Negative Parental Emotion Socialization Predicts Adolescent Internalizing Symptoms: A Moderated Mediation with Latent Variables (Thesis Title)
Selected Publications:

Miller, M. E., Borowski, S., & Zeman, J. L (2020). Co-rumination moderates the relation between emotional competencies and depressive symptoms in adolescent best friend dyads: A longitudinal examination. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10802-020-00643-6

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