Kali H. Trzesniewski, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Self-Esteem Development
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Gunderson EA, Donnellan MB, Robins RW, et al. (2018) The specificity of parenting effects: Differential relations of parent praise and criticism to children's theories of intelligence and learning goals. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 173: 116-135
Harris MA, Donnellan MB, Guo J, et al. (2017) Parental Co-Construction of 5- to 13-Year-Olds' Global Self-Esteem Through Reminiscing About Past Events. Child Development
Harris MA, Donnellan MB, Trzesniewski KH. (2017) The Lifespan Self-Esteem Scale: Initial Validation of a New Measure of Global Self-Esteem. Journal of Personality Assessment. 1-12
Harris MA, Gruenenfelder-Steiger AE, Ferrer E, et al. (2015) Do Parents Foster Self-Esteem? Testing the Prospective Impact of Parent Closeness on Adolescent Self-Esteem. Child Development
Lewis KM, Horrillo SJ, Widaman K, et al. (2015) National 4-H common measures: Initial evaluation from California 4-H Journal of Extension. 53
Yeager DS, Johnson R, Spitzer BJ, et al. (2014) The far-reaching effects of believing people can change: implicit theories of personality shape stress, health, and achievement during adolescence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 106: 867-84
Chung JM, Robins RW, Trzesniewski KH, et al. (2014) Continuity and change in self-esteem during emerging adulthood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 106: 469-83
Trzesniewski KH, Donnellan MB. (2014) “Young People These Days … ”: Evidence for Negative Perceptions of Emerging Adults Emerging Adulthood. 2: 211-226
Donnellan MB, Trzesniewski KH, Robins RW. (2014) Measures of Self-Esteem Measures of Personality and Social Psychological Constructs. 131-157
Yeager DS, Trzesniewski KH, Dweck CS. (2013) An implicit theories of personality intervention reduces adolescent aggression in response to victimization and exclusion. Child Development. 84: 970-88
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