Hambrick*, E., Vernberg, E., Greenhoot, A.F., & Hendrickson*, M. (in press). Recalling a Devastating Tornado: Qualities of Child Recollections and Associations with Mental Health Symptoms. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma. Published online Nov 2017
Bunnell*, S. L., & Greenhoot, A. F. (2018). Do Overgeneral Memories Make Us Feel Better? An Experimental Examination. Memory, 26, 74-88.
McLean, K. C., Pasupathi, M., Greenhoot, A. F., & Fivush, R. (2017). Does within person variability in narration matter and for what? Journal of Research in Personality, 69, 55-66.
Sun*, S., Greenhoot, A. F., & Kelton*, R. (2016). When Parents Know Little about What Happened: Parent-Guided Conversations, Stress, and Young Children’s Eyewitness Memory. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 34, 10-29. doi:10.1002/bsl.2231
McLean, K.C., Syed*, M., Yoder**, A., & Greenhoot, A.F. (2016). Identity Integration: The Importance of Domain Content in Linking Narrative and Status Approaches to Identity Development. Journal of Research in Adolescence.26(10), 60-75. 60-75. doi:10.1111
Legerski*, J.P., Greenhoot, A.F., Vernberg, E., LaGreca, A., & Silverman, W. (2015). Longitudinal Analysis of Children’s Internal States Language and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Following a Natural Disaster. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29, 91-103. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3081
Legerski*, J.P., Biggs, B., & Greenhoot, A.F. (2015). Emotion Talk and Friend Responses Among Early Adolescent Same-Sex Friend Dyads. Social Development, 24(1), 20-38. doi: 10.1111/sode.12079
Greenhoot, A.F., Beyer, A.M., & Curtis, J. (2014). More than pretty pictures? How illustrations affect parent-child story reading and children’s story recall. Frontiers in Psychology: An Open Book: What and How Young Children Learn From Picture and Story Books. fpsyg-05-00738
Greenhoot, A.F. & Sun, S. (2014). Trauma and Memory. In P. Bauer and R. Fivush (Eds.), Handbook on the Development of Children’s Memory, pp. 774-803. Wiley-Blackwell.
Principe, G. F., Greenhoot, A. F., & Ceci, S. (2014). Children as Witnesses. In T. Perfect & S. Lindsay (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Memory (pp. 633-653). London: Sage. ISBN: 9781446208427
Greenhoot, A.F. & Mclean, K. (Eds., 2013.) Special Issue of Memory: The Costs and Benefits of Finding Meaning in the Past.
Greenhoot, A.F. & Mclean, K. (2013.) Introduction to this Special Issue: Meaning in Personal Memories: Is More Always Better? Memory, 21(1), 2 – 9.
Greenhoot, A.F. & Mclean, K. (2013.) Meaning in Personal Memories: Is More Always Better? Memory, 21(1), 2 – 9.Greenhoot and McLean 2013
Greenhoot, A.F., Sun, S., & Bunnell, S.L., & Lindboe, K. (2013). Making sense of childhood trauma: Memory qualities and psychological symptoms in emerging adults with and without abuse histories. Memory, 21(1), 125 – 142. Greenhoot Sun Bunnell and Lindboe 2013
Bunnell, S.L., & Greenhoot, A.F. (2012). When and Why Does Abuse Predict Reduced Autobiographical Memory Specificity? Memory, 20, 121-137. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., & Dowsett, C. (2012). Secondary Data Analysis: An Important Tool for Addressing Developmental Questions. Journal of Cognition and Development, 13, 2-18. Greenhoot and Dowsett 2012
Greenhoot, A.F. (2011). Retrospective methods in developmental science. In B. Laursen, T. Little, & N. Card (Eds.), Handbook of Developmental Research Methods. New York, NY: Guilford Press, pp. 196–210. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., Johnson, R., Legerski, J.P., & McCloskey, L. (2009). Chronic stress and autobiographical memory functioning. In R. Fivush & J. Quas (Eds.), Stress and Memory in Development: Biological, Social, and Emotional Considerations (pp. 86-117). Oxford: Oxford University Press. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., & Bunnell, S.L. (2009). Trauma and memory. In B.L. Bottoms, G.S. Goodman, & C.J. Najdowski, (Eds.), Child Victims, Child Offenders: Psychology and Law. Guilford Press. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., & Semb, P. (2008). Do illustrations enhance preschoolers’ memories for stories? Age related change in the picture-facilitation Effect. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 99, 271-287. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., Bunnell, S., Curtis, J., & Beyer, A.M. (2008). Trauma and autobiographical memory functioning: Conclusions from a longitudinal study of family violence. In M. Howe, G. Goodman, & D. Cicchetti (Eds.) Stress, Trauma, and Children’s Memory Development: Neurobiological, Cognitive, Clinical, and Legal Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Greenhoot, A.F., & Tsethlikai, M. (2008). Repressed and recovered memories during childhood and adolescence. In K. Kuehnle & M. Connell (Eds.), Child Sexual Abuse: Research, Evaluation, and Testimony for the Courts. John Wiley. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., Tsethlikai, M., & Wagner, B. (2006). The relations between children’s past experiences, social knowledge, and memories for social situations. Journal of Cognition and Development, 7, 313-340. PDF
Tsethlikai, M., & Greenhoot, A.F., (2006). The influence of another’s perspective on children’s recall of previously misconstrued events. Developmental Psychology, 42, 732-745. PDF
Vernberg, E., Greenhoot, A.F., & Gamm, B. (2006). Intercommunity relocation and adolescent friendships: Who struggles and why. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 511-523. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., Johnson, R.H., & McCloskey, L. (2005). Internal states language in the childhood recollections of adolescents with and without abuse histories. Journal of Cognition and Development,6, 547-570. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., McCloskey, L.M., & Glisky, E. (2005). A longitudinal study of adolescents’ recollections of family violence. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 719-743. PDF
Johnson, R.H., Greenhoot, A.F., McCloskey, L., & Glisky, E. (2005). The relations among abuse, depression, and adolescents’ autobiographical memory. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 34, 235-247. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F., Semb, G., Colombo, J., & Schreiber, T. (2004). Prior beliefs and methodological concepts in scientific reasoning. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18, 203-221. PDF
Greenhoot, A.F. (2003). Design and analysis of experimental and quasi-experimental studies. In M. Roberts & S. Ilardi (Eds.), Methods of Research in Clinical Psychology: A Handbook. Malden,MA: Blackwell.
Colombo, J., Richman, W.A., Shaddy, D.J., & Greenhoot, A.F. (2001). Heart Rate-defined phases of attention, look duration, and infant performance in the paired-comparison paradigm. Child Development 72, 1605-1616.
Greenhoot, A.F. (2000). Remembering and understanding: The effects of changes in underlying knowledge on children’s recollections. Child Development, 71, 1309-1328. PDF
Ornstein, P.A., & Greenhoot, A.F. (2000). Remembering the distant past: Implications of research on children’s memory for the recovered memory debate. In D.F. Bjorklund (Ed.), False memory creation in children and adults: Theory, research, and implications. Mahwah,NJ:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Greenhoot, A.F., Ornstein, P.A., Gordon, B.N., & Baker-Ward, L. (1999). Acting Out the Details of a Pediatric Check-up: The impact of interview condition and behavioral style on children’s memory reports. Child Development, 70, 363-380. PDF
Ornstein, P.A., Shapiro, L.R., Clubb, P.A., Follmer, A., & Baker-Ward, L. (1997). The influence of prior knowledge on children’s memory for salient medical experiences. In N. Stein, P.A. Ornstein, B. Tversky, & C.J. Brainerd (Eds.), Memory for everyday and emotional events (pp. 83-112). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Burchinal, M.R., Follmer, A., & Bryant, D. (1996). The relations of maternal social support with maternal responsiveness and child outcomes among African-American families. Developmental Psychology, 32, 1073-1083. PDF
Baker-Ward, L., Ornstein, P.A., Gordon, B.N., Follmer, A., & Clubb, P.A. (1995). How shall a thing be coded?: Implications of the use of alternative procedures for scoring children’s verbal reports. In M.S. Zaragoza, J.R. Graham, G.N.N. Hall, R. Hirschman, Y.S. Ben-Porath (Eds.), Memory and testimony in the child witness (pp. 61-85). Thousand Oaks,CA: Sage.
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Gordon, B.N., Ornstein, P.A., Nida, R., Follmer A., Crenshaw, M.C., & Albert, G. (1993). Does the use of dolls facilitate children’s memory of visits to the doctor? Applied Cognitive Psychology, 7, 459-474.