Amy M. Bohnert

Psychology Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology
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Bates CR, Bohnert AM, Buscemi J, et al. (2019) Family entropy: understanding the organization of the family home environment and impact on child health behaviors and weight. Translational Behavioral Medicine. 9: 413-421
Lieb RW, Bohnert AM. (2017) Relations Between Executive Functions, Social Impairment, and Friendship Quality on Adjustment Among High Functioning Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Randall ET, Bohnert AM, Travers LV. (2015) Understanding affluent adolescent adjustment: The interplay of parental perfectionism, perceived parental pressure, and organized activity involvement. Journal of Adolescence. 41: 56-66
Travers LV, Randall ET, Bryant FB, et al. (2015) The Cost of Perfection With Apparent Ease: Theoretical Foundations and Development of the Effortless Perfectionism Scale. Psychological Assessment
Randall ET, Travers LV, Shapiro JB, et al. (2015) Reasons for the “after-school pressure cooker” in Affluent Communities: It’s Not How Much Time, but Why Journal of Child and Family Studies. 1-11
Bohnert AM, Aikins JW, Arola NT. (2013) Regrouping: organized activity involvement and social adjustment across the transition to high school. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 2013: 57-75
Travers LV, Bohnert AM, Randall ET. (2013) Brief report: adolescent adjustment in affluent communities: the role of motivational climate and goal orientation. Journal of Adolescence. 36: 423-8
Karr TM, Davidson D, Bryant FB, et al. (2013) Sport type and interpersonal and intrapersonal predictors of body dissatisfaction in high school female sport participants. Body Image. 10: 210-9
Bohnert AM, Ward AK. (2013) Making a Difference: Evaluating the Girls in the Game (GIG) After-School Program Journal of Early Adolescence. 33: 104-130
Randall ET, Bohnert AM. (2012) Understanding threshold effects of organized activity involvement in adolescents: sex and family income as moderators. Journal of Adolescence. 35: 107-18
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