Leslie D. Frazier, Ph.D.

Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
identity development and health in emerging adulthood and later life
"Leslie Frazier"
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Saunders JF, Nichols-Lopez KA, Frazier LD. (2017) Psychometric properties of the intuitive eating scale-2 (IES-2) in a culturally diverse Hispanic American sample. Eating Behaviors. 28: 1-7
Saunders JF, Frazier LD. (2016) Body Dissatisfaction in Early Adolescence: The Coactive Roles of Cognitive and Sociocultural Factors. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Saunders JF, Frazier LD, Nichols-Lopez KA. (2015) Self-esteem, diet self-efficacy, body mass index, and eating disorders: modeling effects in an ethnically diverse sample. Eating and Weight Disorders : Ewd
Frazier LD, Barreto ML, Newman FL. (2012) Self-regulation and eudaimonic well-being across adulthood. Experimental Aging Research. 38: 394-410
Barreto ML, Frazier LD. (2012) Coping With Life Events Through Possible Selves Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 42: 1785-1810
Frazier LD, Newman FL, Jaccard J. (2007) Psychosocial outcomes in later life: a multivariate model. Psychology and Aging. 22: 676-89
Frazier LD, Hooker K. (2006) Possible selves in adult development: Linking theory and research Possible Selves: Theory, Research and Applications. 41-60
Schwartz BL, Frazier LD. (2005) Tip-of-the-tongue states and aging: Contrasting psycholinguistic and metacognitive perspectives Journal of General Psychology. 132: 377-391
Schwartz BL, Meissner CA, Hoffman M, et al. (2004) Event memory and misinformation effects in a gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Animal Cognition. 7: 93-100
Frazier LD, Cotrell V, Hooker K. (2003) Possible selves and illness: A comparison of individuals with Parkinson's disease, early-stage Alzheimer's disease, and healthy older adults International Journal of Behavioral Development. 27: 1-11
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