Presentations & Publications

Bold, italicized names are Peer Lab alumni

Praise

Reavis, R., Miller, S., Grimes, J., & Fomukong, A. (2018). Effort as person-focused praise: “Hard worker” has negative effects for adults after a failure. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 179(3), 117-122. doi: 10.1080/00221325.2018.14411801

Ki, S.H., Khalifeh, L., Maganga, L., Perkins, E., Ross, M., Vieira, R., Wilson, A., & Reavis, R. (April, 2018). Person-focused praise (“hard worker”) does not influence growth mindset. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, held in Chicago, IL, April 2018.

Reavis, R., Miller, S., Khalifeh, L., Oxford-Jordan, K., Udo-Inyang, I., Fomukong, A., & McConnell Rogers, M. (April, 2017). The role of praise in fixed & growth mindset. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Austin, Texas.

Reavis, R. (October, 2015). Growth mindset and praise. Invited talk given to Meridian Services in Richmond, Indiana. [This is a general lecture about this topic and not about our specific data.]

Living Lab

Ki, S.H., Maganga, L., Shin, Y., Reavis, R. (April, 2017). Living Lab at Earlham College. Poster presented at the annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference in Evansville, Indiana.

Peer Project

Reavis, R. (2018). Using a daily diary approach to understand children’s emotional responses to negative peer experiences. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. 10.4135/9781526436382

Reavis, R., Donohue, L., & Upchurch, M. (2015). Friendship, negative peer experiences, and daily positive and negative mood. Social Development, 24(4), 833-851.

Reavis, R., Donohue, L., & Berke-Williams, E. (May, 2012). Daily experiences of negative peer treatment, peer help, and emotion. Poster presented at the 2012 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Thoughtful Friends Study

Miller, Reavis, R., & Nielsen, B. (2018). Associations between theory of mind, executive function, and friendship quality in middle childhood. Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 64(3), 397-426.

Miller, S., Avila, B., & Reavis, R. (May, 2016). The role of cognition in friendship quality. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, held in Chicago, IL.

Reavis, R., Galperin, O., Miller, S., Lewis, G., Tierney, M., & Nielsen, B. (March, 2015). Gender differences in Theory of Mind and peer relationships. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Philadelphia.

Nielsen, B., Welch, C., Miller, S., & Reavis, R. (March, 2015). The relationship between executive function, friendship quality, and responses to friendship transgressions. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Philadelphia.

Disgust

Vandenbrink, T., Miller, S., & Sparks, J. (April, 2017). Age and facial cues related to preschoolers’ understanding of disgust. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, held in Austin, Texas.

Vaccine Safety Messaging

Reavis, R., Ebbs, J., Onunkwo, A., & Sage, L. M. (2017). A self-affirmation exercise does not improve intentions to vaccinate among parents with negative vaccine attitudes (and may decrease intentions to vaccinate)PloS ONE12(7), e0181368.