• Disclosure in close egalitarian relationships during emerging adulthood 

    Giron, Sonia (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
    Using social domain theory (Smetana, 2013; Turiel, 2002), the present study examines the patterns of disclosure within and across emerging adults' sibling, friend, and romantic relationships, as well as associations between ...
  • Genetic variation in the exome: associations with alcohol and tobacco co-use 

    Otto, Jacqueline M. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
    Shared genetic factors represent one mechanism underlying alcohol and tobacco co-use and dependence, although common genetic variants identified by molecular genetics studies tend to confer only small disease risk. Rare ...
  • Lay theories and the correction of mood influences on judgments 

    Baker, S. Glenn (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    When people believe their judgments are being unduly influenced by an emotion, how do they attempt to mitigate the influence? This study examined whether people use lay theories to correct for the unwanted influence of an ...
  • Prepulse inhibition of the post-auricular reflex 

    Underwood, Amy (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    It is well established that a weak lead stimulus will inhibit the startle response to a more intense subsequent stimulus, given an appropriate lead time (i.e. 80-400 ms). This effect is termed prepulse inhibition (PPI), ...