Robyn Fivush

Affiliations: 
Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
developmental psychology
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Children

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Catherine A. Haden grad student Emory (LinguisTree)
Elaine Reese grad student Emory
Janine P. Buckner grad student 2000 Emory
Jessica M. Sales grad student 2004 Emory
Jennifer G. Bohanek grad student 2006 Emory
Trina A. Brown grad student 2006 Emory
Kelly A. Marin grad student 2008 Emory
Nicole M. Harsch grad student 2010 Emory
Widaad Zaman grad student 2012 Emory
Natalie Merrill grad student 2016 Emory

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Monisha Pasupathi collaborator (Neurotree)
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Waters TEA, Camia C, Facompré CR, et al. (2019) A meta-analytic examination of maternal reminiscing style: Elaboration, gender, and children's cognitive development. Psychological Bulletin. 145: 1082-1102
Nelson K, Fivush R. (2019) The Development of Autobiographical Memory, Autobiographical Narratives, and Autobiographical Consciousness. Psychological Reports. 33294119852574
McLean KC, Syed M, Pasupathi M, et al. (2019) The empirical structure of narrative identity: The initial Big Three. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Merrill N, Booker JA, Fivush R. (2018) Functions of Parental Intergenerational Narratives Told by Young People. Topics in Cognitive Science
Waters TEA, Köber C, Raby KL, et al. (2018) Consistency and Stability of Narrative Coherence: An Examination of Personal Narrative as a Domain of Adult Personality. Journal of Personality
Reese E, Fivush R, Merrill N, et al. (2017) Adolescents' Intergenerational Narratives Across Cultures. Developmental Psychology
Bauer PJ, Stark EN, Ackil JK, et al. (2016) The recollective qualities of adolescents' and adults' narratives about a long-ago tornado. Memory (Hove, England). 1-13
Grysman A, Fivush R, Merrill NA, et al. (2016) The influence of gender and gender typicality on autobiographical memory across event types and age groups. Memory & Cognition
Grysman A, Merrill N, Fivush R. (2016) Emotion, gender, and gender typical identity in autobiographical memory. Memory (Hove, England). 1-9
Pasupathi M, Fivush R, Hernandez-Martinez M. (2016) Talking about it: Stories as paths to healing after violence Psychology of Violence. 6: 49-56
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