M. Brent Donnellan

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Psychology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Atherton OE, Chung JM, Harris K, et al. (2021) Why Has Personality Psychology Played an Outsized Role in the Credibility Revolution? Personality Science. 2
Martin MJ, Donnellan MB. (2021) Socioeconomic status, parenting investments, and negative personality traits over time and across generations. Developmental Psychology. 57: 164-179
Orth U, Clark DA, Donnellan MB, et al. (2020) Testing prospective effects in longitudinal research: Comparing seven competing cross-lagged models. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Clark DA, Donnellan MB, Durbin CE, et al. (2020) Using item response theory to evaluate the Children's Behavior Questionnaire: Considerations of general functioning and assessment length. Psychological Assessment
Hudson NW, Lucas RE, Donnellan MB. (2020) Are we happier with others? An investigation of the links between spending time with others and subjective well-being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Lucas RE, Wallsworth C, Anusic I, et al. (2020) A direct comparison of the day reconstruction method (DRM) and the experience sampling method (ESM). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Neppl TK, Jeon S, Diggs O, et al. (2020) Positive parenting, effortful control, and developmental outcomes across early childhood. Developmental Psychology. 56: 444-457
Clark DA, Donnellan MB, Durbin CE, et al. (2020) Sex, drugs, and early emerging risk: Examining the association between sexual debut and substance use across adolescence. Plos One. 15: e0228432
Landy JF, Jia ML, Ding IL, et al. (2020) Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results. Psychological Bulletin
Syed M, Donnellan MB. (2020) Registered Reports With Developmental and Secondary Data: Some Brief Observations and Introduction to the Special Issue Emerging Adulthood. 8: 255-258
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