Erin C. Tully, Ph.D.

2006 Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
developmental psychopathology
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Sherryl Hope Goodman grad student 2006 Emory
 (Interpersonal, affective, and cognitive vulnerabilities for psychopathology in preschool -aged children of depressed and nondepressed mothers.)


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Meghan Goyer grad student 2017-2018 Georgia State
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Ronkin E, Tully EC, Branum-Martin L, et al. (2021) Sex differences in social communication behaviors in toddlers with suspected autism spectrum disorder as assessed by the ADOS-2 toddler module. Autism : the International Journal of Research and Practice. 13623613211047070
Donohue MR, Williamson RA, Tully EC. (2020) Emotional Contexts Influence Toddlers' Prosocial Strategies. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 44: 551-556
Garcia SE, Tully EC. (2020) Children's recognition of happy, sad, and angry facial expressions across emotive intensities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 197: 104881
Gray JM, Tully EC. (2020) Cognitive reappraisal moderates the quadratic association between heart rate variability and negative affectivity. Psychophysiology. e13584
Donohue MR, Williamson RA, Tully EC. (2020) Toddlers imitate prosocial demonstrations in bystander but not transgressor contexts. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 192: 104776
Donohue MR, Tully EC. (2019) Reparative prosocial behaviors alleviate children's guilt. Developmental Psychology
Garcia SE, Francis SMS, Tone EB, et al. (2019) Understanding associations between negatively biased attention and depression and social anxiety: positively biased attention is key. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 1-15
Francis SMS, Tone EB, Caporino NE, et al. (2018) Cognitive Predictors of Parental Rescue Behavior and Malleability of Behavior Using a Brief Psychoeducation Intervention. Child Psychiatry and Human Development
Mendoza H, Tully EC, Goodnight B, et al. (2018) The indirect effect of self-concealment on distress through psychological inflexibility in Asian American, Black American, and White American college students Personality and Individual Differences. 126: 93-98
Ames-Sikora AM, Donohue MR, Tully EC. (2017) Nonlinear Associations between Co-Rumination and both Social Support and Depression Symptoms. The Journal of Psychology. 1-16
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