Sara J. Steinberg, Ph.D.
|2006||Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States|
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|Steinberg JA, Steinberg SJ, Miller AL. (2011) Orienting Adolescents and Families to DBT Telephone Consultation: Principles, Procedures, and Pitfalls Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 18: 196-206|
|Davila J, Steinberg SJ, Miller MR, et al. (2009) Assessing romantic competence in adolescence: the Romantic Competence Interview. Journal of Adolescence. 32: 55-75|
|Steinberg SJ, Davila J. (2008) Romantic functioning and depressive symptoms among early adolescent girls: the moderating role of parental emotional availability. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 37: 350-62|
|Davila J, Stroud CB, Miller MR, et al. (2007) Commentary: defining and understanding adolescent romantic competence: progress, challenges, and implications. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 36: 534-40|
|Steinberg SJ, Davila J, Fincham F. (2006) Adolescent marital expectations and romantic experiences: Associations with perceptions about parental conflict and adolescent attachment security Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 35: 314-329|
|Davila J, Ramsay M, Stroud CB, et al. (2005) Attachment as vulnerability to the development of psychopathology Development of Psychopathology: a Vulnerability-Stress Perspective. 215-242|
|Davila J, Steinberg SJ, Kachadourian L, et al. (2004) Romantic involvement and depressive symptoms in early and late adolescence: The role of a preoccupied relational style Personal Relationships. 11: 161-178|