Clare M. Mehta, Ph.D.

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2008 West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, United States 
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JoNell Strough grad student 2008 West Virginia University
 (An examination of collectivist and individualistic young adult women's future goals and their evaluation.)
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Mehta CM, Walls C, Scherer EA, et al. (2016) Daily Affect and Intimacy in Emerging Adult Couples Journal of Adult Development. 1-10
Mehta CM. (2015) Gender in Context: Considering Variability in Wood and Eagly’s Traditions of Gender Identity Sex Roles. 73: 490-496
Mehta CM, Walls C, Blood EA, et al. (2014) Associations between affect, context, and sexual desire in depressed young women. Journal of Sex Research. 51: 577-85
Mehta CM, Alfonso J, Delaney R, et al. (2014) Associations Between Mixed-Gender Friendships, Gender Reference Group Identity and Substance Use in College Students Sex Roles. 70: 98-109
Sunner LE, Walls C, Blood EA, et al. (2013) Feasibility and utility of momentary sampling of sex events in young couples. Journal of Sex Research. 50: 688-96
Keener E, Mehta C, Strough JN. (2013) Should educators and parents encourage other-gender interactions? Gender segregation and sexism Gender and Education. 25: 818-833
Mehta CM, Keener E, Shrier L. (2013) Perceived Advantages and Disadvantages of Being a Female Graduate Student in the US and the UK Gender and Education. 25: 37-55
Mehta CM, Sunner LE, Head S, et al. (2011) "Sex isn't something you do with someone you don't care about": young women's definitions of sex. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 24: 266-71
Mehta CM, Strough J. (2010) Gender Segregation and Gender-Typing in Adolescence Sex Roles. 63: 251-263
Mehta CM, Strough J. (2009) Sex segregation in friendships and normative contexts across the life span Developmental Review. 29: 201-220
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