Emily A. Iobst, Ph.D.

2007 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 
Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology
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Laura Nabors grad student 2007 University of Cincinnati
 (The relationship among gender, age, blame, and children's attributions about an overweight peer.)
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Lehmkuhl HD, Nabors LA, Iobst E. (2010) Factors influencing preschool-age children's acceptance of models presented as overweight. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity : Ijpo : An Official Journal of the International Association For the Study of Obesity. 5: 19-24
Iobst EA, Ritchey PN, Nabors LA, et al. (2009) Children's acceptance of a peer who is overweight: relations among gender, age and blame for weight status. International Journal of Obesity (2005). 33: 736-42
Iobst E, Nabors L, Rosenzweig K, et al. (2009) Adults' perceptions of a child with autism Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 3: 401-408
Kurtz JE, Tarquini SJ, Iobst EA. (2008) Socially desirable responding in personality assessment: Still more substance than style Personality and Individual Differences. 45: 22-27
Nabors LA, Little SG, Akin-Little A, et al. (2008) Teacher knowledge of and confidence in meeting the needs of children with chronic medical conditions: Pediatric psychology's contribution to education Psychology in the Schools. 45: 217-226
Nabors L, Iobst EA, McGrady ME. (2007) Evaluation of school-based smoking prevention programs. The Journal of School Health. 77: 331-3
Nabors LA, Iobst EA, Weisman J, et al. (2007) School support and functioning for children with juvenile rheumatic diseases Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. 19: 81-89
Iobst EA, Nabors LA, Brunner HI, et al. (2007) Pain, fatigue, family functioning, and attitude toward illness in children with juvenile rheumatic diseases Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. 19: 135-144
Evans DW, Lewis MD, Iobst E. (2004) The role of the orbitofrontal cortex in normally developing compulsive-like behaviors and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Brain and Cognition. 55: 220-34
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