Kate C. McLean, Ph.D.

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2004 University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
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Developmental Psychology
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Avril Thorne grad student 2004 UC Santa Cruz
 (Meaning -making and functions of memory telling in late adolescents' self -defining memory narratives.)
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Lilgendahl JP, McLean KC. (2019) Narrative identity processes and patterns of adjustment across the transition to college: A developmentally contextualized approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
McLean KC, Syed M, Pasupathi M, et al. (2019) The empirical structure of narrative identity: The initial Big Three. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
McLean KC, Lilgendahl JP, Fordham C, et al. (2017) Identity Development in Cultural Context: The Role of Deviating from Master Narratives. Journal of Personality
McLean KC, Syed M, Shucard H. (2016) Bringing Identity Content to the Fore: Links to Identity Development Processes Emerging Adulthood. 4: 356-364
McLean KC, Syed M. (2016) Personal, Master, and Alternative Narratives: An Integrative Framework for Understanding Identity Development in Context Human Development. 318-349
Mclean KC, Syed M, Yoder A, et al. (2016) The Role of Domain Content in Understanding Identity Development Processes Journal of Research On Adolescence. 26: 60-75
Shaw J, McLean KC, Taylor B, et al. (2016) Beyond resilience: Why we need to look at systems too Psychology of Violence. 6: 34-41
Syed M, McLean KC. (2015) Understanding identity integration: Theoretical, methodological, and applied issues. Journal of Adolescence
McLean KC, Pasupathi M, Greenhoot AF, et al. (2015) Does intra-individual variability in narration matter and for what? Journal of Research in Personality
Mansfield CD, Pasupathi M, McLean KC. (2015) Is narrating growth in stories of personal transgressions associated with increased well-being, self-compassion, and forgiveness of others? Journal of Research in Personality. 58: 69-83
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