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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Donohue MR, Tully EC. (2019) Reparative prosocial behaviors alleviate children's guilt. Developmental Psychology
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
Donohue MR, Goodman SH, Tully EC. (2017) Positively Biased Processing of Mother's Emotions Predicts Children's Social and Emotional Functioning. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 38: 1-9
Tully EC, Donohue MR. (2016) Empathic Responses to Mother's Emotions Predict Internalizing Problems in Children of Depressed Mothers. Child Psychiatry and Human Development
Tully EC, Gray JM, Goodman SH, et al. (2016) Family correlates of daughter's and son's locus of control expectancies during childhood Early Child Development and Care. 1-13
Calamaras MR, Tully EC, Tone EB, et al. (2015) Evaluating changes in judgmental biases as mechanisms of cognitive-behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 71: 139-149
Tone EB, Tully EC. (2015) Empathy as a "risky strength": A multilevel examination of empathy and risk for internalizing disorders-CORRIGENDUM. Development and Psychopathology. 1
Tully EC, Ames AM, Garcia SE, et al. (2015) Quadratic Associations Between Empathy and Depression as Moderated by Emotion Dysregulation. The Journal of Psychology. 1-25
Tully EC, Donohue MR, Garcia SE. (2015) Children's empathy responses and their understanding of mother's emotions. Cognition & Emotion. 29: 118-29
Ngai I, Tully EC, Anderson PL. (2015) The course of the working alliance during virtual reality and exposure group therapy for social anxiety disorder. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 43: 167-81
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