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  1. Modeling Relations Between Triarchic Biobehavioral Traits and DSM Internalizing Disorder Dimensions
  2. Etiology of Triarchic Psychopathy Dimensions in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
  3. The contribution of genetics and early rearing experiences to hierarchical personality dimensions in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
  4. Racial discrimination, multiple group identities, and civic beliefs among immigrant adolescents.
  5. Revealing the nuanced associations between facets of trait impulsivity and reactive and proactive aggression
  6. Maternal borderline personality disorder symptoms and convergence between observed and reported infant negative emotional expressions.
  7. The Contribution of Personality and Refugee Camp Experience to Callous and Unemotional Traits Among Immigrant Adolescents in the United States: Implications for the DSM-5 “Limited Prosocial Emotions” Specifier
  8. Delay of gratification is associated with white matter connectivity in the dorsal prefrontal cortex: a diffusion tensor imaging study in chimpanzees ( Pan troglodytes )
  9. Quality of life among pediatric patients with cancer: Contributions of time since diagnosis and parental chronic stress
  10. A Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) Model of Triarchic Psychopathy Constructs
  11. Exposure to Community Violence, Parental Involvement, and Aggression Among Immigrant Adolescents
  12. Science-Practice Gap
  13. Complex Interrelations of Trait Vulnerabilities in Mothers and their Infants
  14. Parsing the heterogeneity of impulsivity: A meta-analytic review of the behavioral implications of the UPPS for psychopathology.
  15. Examining the correlates of the coldheartedness factor of the Psychopathic Personality Inventory–Revised.
  16. Psychopathy Deconstructed and Reconstructed: Identifying and Assembling the Personality Building Blocks of Cleckley's Chimera
  17. Correlates of psychopathic personality traits in everyday life: results from a large community survey
  18. Why Ineffective Psychotherapies Appear to Work
  19. Associations among emergency room visits, parenting styles, and psychopathology among pediatric patients with sickle cell
  20. Threat bias, not negativity bias, underpins differences in political ideology
  21. Personality in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Exploring the Hierarchical Structure and Associations with the Vasopressin V1A Receptor Gene
  22. Pathway From Child Sexual and Physical Abuse to Risky Sex Among Emerging Adults: The Role of Trauma-Related Intrusions and Alcohol Problems
  23. Exploring Associations Between Psychopathic Personality and Components of Disinhibition vs. Constraint
  24. Gambling primates: reactions to a modified Iowa Gambling Task in humans, chimpanzees and capuchin monkeys
  25. Emotion: Empirical Contribution: Maternal Borderline Personality Pathology and Infant Emotion Regulation: Examining the Influence of Maternal Emotion-Related Difficulties and Infant Attachment
  26. Aspects of impulsivity are differentially associated with risky sexual behaviors
  27. Impulsivity moderates the association between racial discrimination and alcohol problems
  28. Exploring the Link Between Child Sexual Abuse and Sexually Intrusive Behaviors: The Moderating Role of Caregiver Discipline Strategy
  29. Why many clinical psychologists are resistant to evidence-based practice: Root causes and constructive remedies
  30. Body image flexibility as a protective factor against disordered eating behavior for women with lower body mass index
  31. Examining mindfulness and psychological inflexibility within the framework of Big Five personality
  32. Family Support Mediates the Association Between Substance Use Severity and Suicidal Ideation in Early Adult Emergency Department Patients
  33. The research-practice Gap: Bridging the schism between eating disorder researchers and practitioners
  34. The Inventory of Callous and Unemotional Traits
  35. Exploring callous and unemotional traits in youth via general personality traits: An eye toward DSM-5.
  36. Psychological flexibility and self-concealment as predictors of disordered eating symptoms
  37. Common and Distinct Associations Between Aggression and Alcohol Problems with Trait Disinhibition
  38. Exploring Gender Differences in Associations Among Antisocial Behaviors, Personality, and Executive Functioning
  39. The Inventory of Callous and Unemotional Traits: A Construct Validational Study in an Adolescent Sample
  40. Deliberate self-harm among underserved adolescents: The moderating roles of gender, race, and school-level and association with borderline personality features.
  41. Racial Differences in Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression Among Three Cohorts of Students in the Southern United States
  42. The impact of borderline personality pathology on mothers' responses to infant distress.
  43. Examining associations among factor-analytically derived components of mental health stigma, distress, and psychological flexibility
  44. Exploring the Association Between Emotional Abuse and Childhood Borderline Personality Features: The Moderating Role of Personality Traits
  45. Mindfulness Moderates the Relationship Between Disordered Eating Cognitions and Disordered Eating Behaviors in a Non-Clinical College Sample
  46. Age-group differences in facets of positive and negative affect
  47. Components of disinhibition (vs. constraint) differentially predict aggression and alcohol use
  48. Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory and emotion regulation difficulties: A multimodal investigation
  49. The contribution of executive functioning to academic achievement among male adolescents
  50. Age differences on measures of Disinhibition during young adulthood
  51. The Factor Structure and Age-Related Factorial Invariance of the Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS)
  52. Understanding child sexual behavior problems: A developmental psychopathology framework
  53. Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors Among Youth in an Underserved Area of the Southern United States: Exploring the Moderating Roles of Gender, Racial/Ethnic Background, and School-Level
  54. Extending extant models of the pathogenesis of borderline personality disorder to childhood borderline personality symptoms: The roles of affective dysfunction, disinhibition, and self- and emotion-regulation deficits
  55. Predicting parenting practices from maternal and adolescent sons’ personality
  56. Youth violence as adaptation? Introduction to the special issue
  57. Schedule-induced electrodermal responding in children
  58. The interactive relationship among adolescent violence, street violence, and depression
  59. Personality Psychology