Abigail D. Powers, Ph.D.
|Psychology||Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO|
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|Iacovino JM, Powers AD, Oltmanns TF. (2014) Impulsivity mediates the association between borderline personality pathology and body mass index. Personality and Individual Differences. 56: 100-104|
|Powers AD, Gleason ME, Oltmanns TF. (2013) Symptoms of borderline personality disorder predict interpersonal (but not independent) stressful life events in a community sample of older adults. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 122: 469-74|
|Powers AD, Oltmanns TF. (2013) Personality pathology as a risk factor for negative health perception. Journal of Personality Disorders. 27: 359-70|
|Powers AD, Oltmanns TF. (2013) Borderline personality pathology and chronic health problems in later adulthood: the mediating role of obesity. Personality Disorders. 4: 152-9|
|Powers AD, Oltmanns TF. (2012) Personality disorders and physical health: a longitudinal examination of physical functioning, healthcare utilization, and health-related behaviors in middle-aged adults. Journal of Personality Disorders. 26: 524-38|
|Gleason ME, Powers AD, Oltmanns TF. (2012) The enduring impact of borderline personality pathology: risk for threatening life events in later middle-age. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 121: 447-57|