Marina A. Bornovalova, Ph.D.

2008 Psychology University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
"Marina Bornovalova"


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Carl Lejuez grad student 2008 University of Maryland
 (Distress tolerance treatment for inner -city drug users: A preliminary trial.)
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Kiselica AM, Webber TA, Bornovalova MA. (2015) Validity of the alcohol purchase task: a meta-analysis. Addiction (Abingdon, England)
Hunt E, Bornovalova MA, Kimonis ER, et al. (2015) Psychopathy factor interactions and co-occurring psychopathology: Does measurement approach matter? Psychological Assessment. 27: 583-95
Webber TA, Kiselica AM, Arango A, et al. (2015) Unidirectionality Between Borderline Personality Disorder Traits and Psychopathology in a Residential Addictions Sample: A Short-Term Longitudinal Study. Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-16
Rojas EC, Hicks BM, Stark S, et al. (2015) Elaborating on the construct validity of the Minnesota Borderline Personality Disorder Scale (MBPD): a multi-sample, longitudinal examination. Psychological Assessment. 27: 332-9
Hunt E, Bornovalova MA, Patrick CJ. (2015) Genetic and environmental overlap between borderline personality disorder traits and psychopathy: evidence for promotive effects of factor 2 and protective effects of factor 1. Psychological Medicine. 45: 1471-81
Kiselica AM, Rojas E, Bornovalova MA, et al. (2014) The Nomological Network of Self-Reported Distress Tolerance. Assessment
Samek DR, Iacono WG, Keyes MA, et al. (2014) The developmental progression of age 14 behavioral disinhibition, early age of sexual initiation, and subsequent sexual risk-taking behavior. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines. 55: 784-92
Kiselica AM, Webber T, Bornovalova MA. (2014) Stability and change in distress tolerance and its prospective relationship with borderline personality features: a short-term longitudinal study. Personality Disorders. 5: 247-56
Rojas EC, Cummings JR, Bornovalova MA, et al. (2014) A further validation of the Minnesota Borderline Personality Disorder Scale. Personality Disorders. 5: 146-53
Bornovalova MA, Cummings JR, Hunt E, et al. (2014) Understanding the relative contributions of direct environmental effects and passive genotype-environment correlations in the association between familial risk factors and child disruptive behavior disorders. Psychological Medicine. 44: 831-44
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