John-Paul Legerski, Ph.D.

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2010 Clinical Child Psychology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Andrea Greenhoot grad student 2010 University of Kansas
 (Just among friends: Associations among emotional expression, friend behavior, and friendship quality in early adolescent same-sex friend dyads.)
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Early MC, Biggs BK, Makanui KP, et al. (2017) Specificity of peer difficulties to social anxiety in early adolescence: categorical and dimensional analyses with clinical and community samples. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 1-14
Legerski JP, Biggs BK, Greenhoot AF, et al. (2015) Emotion talk and friend responses among early adolescent same-sex friend dyads Social Development. 24: 20-38
Al-Sabah R, Legerski JP, Layne CM, et al. (2015) Adolescent Adjustment, Caregiver-Adolescent Relationships, and Outlook Towards the Future in the Long-Term Aftermath of the Bosnian War Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma. 8: 45-60
Bonamo KK, Legerski JP, Thomas KB. (2015) The Influence of a Brief Mindfulness Exercise on Encoding of Novel Words in Female College Students Mindfulness. 6: 535-544
Isakson BL, Legerski JP, Layne CM. (2015) Adapting and Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions for Trauma-Exposed Refugee Youth and Families Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 45: 245-253
Legerski JP, King A. (2015) From Postimpact to Reconstruction: Considerations When Treating Traumatized Child and Adolescent Clients Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
Legerski JP, Greenhoot AF, Vernberg EM, et al. (2015) Longitudinal analysis of children's internal states language and posttraumatic stress symptoms following a natural disaster Applied Cognitive Psychology. 29: 91-103
Legerski JP, Vernberg EM, Noland BJ. (2012) A qualitative analysis of barriers, challenges, and successes in meeting the needs of Hurricane Katrina evacuee families. Community Mental Health Journal. 48: 729-40
Layne CM, Olsen JA, Baker A, et al. (2010) Unpacking trauma exposure risk factors and differential pathways of influence: predicting postwar mental distress in Bosnian adolescents. Child Development. 81: 1053-76
Legerski JP, Bunnell SL. (2010) The risks, benefits, and ethics of trauma-focused research participation Ethics and Behavior. 20: 429-442
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