Shelia M. Kennison

Psychology Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, United States 
Experimental Psychology, Marketing Business Administration, Social Psychology, Women's Studies
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Kennison SM, Messer RH. (2019) Humor as social risk-taking: The relationships among humor styles, sensation-seeking, and use of curse words Humor: International Journal of Humor Research. 32: 1-21
Kennison SM, Byrd-Craven J. (2018) Childhood Relationship with Mother as a Precursor to Ageism in Young Adults Current Psychology. 39: 1331-1339
Kennison SM, Byrd-Craven J, Hamilton SL. (2017) Individual differences in talking enjoyment: The roles of life history strategy and mate value Cogent Psychology. 4
Swearingen C, Byrd-Craven J, Kennison SM. (2016) The Relationship Between Corumination and Health in Young Women: Evidence from Facebook Communications Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research. 21: 111-118
Kennison SM, Wood EE, Byrd-Craven J, et al. (2016) Financial and ethical risk-taking by young adults: A role for family dynamics during childhood Cogent Economics & Finance. 4
Byrd-Craven J, Calvi JL, Kennison SM. (2016) Rapid Cortisol and Testosterone Responses to Sex-Linked Stressors: Implications for the Tend-and-Befriend Hypothesis Evolutionary Psychological Science. 2: 199-206
Ponce-Garcia E, Madewell AN, Kennison SM. (2015) The Development of the Scale of Protective Factors: Resilience in a Violent Trauma Sample. Violence and Victims. 30: 735-55
Kennison SM, Byrd-Craven J. (2015) Gender Differences in Beliefs about Infant-Directed Speech: The Role of Family Dynamics Child Development Research. 2015: 1-6
Sun B, Kennison SM. (2015) Comprehending pronouns in Chinese: Evidence for cross-language differences in referential processing Language Sciences. 47: 56-65
Kennison SM, Messer RH. (2015) Cursing as a Form of Risk-Taking Current Psychology
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