Lisabeth DiLalla, Ph.D.

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 
"Lisabeth DiLalla"
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Woodward KE, Boeldt DL, Corley RP, et al. (2018) Correlates of Positive Parenting Behaviors. Behavior Genetics
Bersted KA, DiLalla LF. (2016) The influence of DRD4 genotype and perinatal complications on preschoolers' negative emotionality Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 42: 71-79
DiLalla LF, Bersted K, John SG. (2015) Evidence of reactive gene-environment correlation in preschoolers' prosocial play with unfamiliar peers. Developmental Psychology. 51: 1464-75
Mullineaux PY, DiLalla LF. (2015) Genetic Influences on Peer and Family Relationships Across Adolescent Development: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 44: 1347-59
DiLalla LF, Bersted K, John SG. (2015) Peer Victimization and DRD4 Genotype Influence Problem Behaviors in Young Children. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 44: 1478-93
Ramsey JL, DiLalla LF, McCrary MK. (2015) Cyber Victimization and Depressive Symptoms in Sexual Minority College Students Journal of School Violence. 1-20
DiLalla LF, Bersted K, John SG. (2015) Evidence of Reactive Gene-Environment Correlation in Preschoolers' Prosocial Play With Unfamiliar Peers Developmental Psychology
Klaver JM, Palo AD, DiLalla LF. (2014) Inaccuracy of perceived competence ratings is associated with problem behaviors in 5-year-old children. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 175: 363-81
DiLalla LF, John SG. (2014) Genetic and behavioral influences on received aggression during observed play among unfamiliar preschool-aged peers Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 60: 168-192
John SG, DiLalla LF. (2013) Explaining Differential Reporting of Victimization between Parents and Children: A Consideration of Social Biases. Behavioral Sciences (Basel, Switzerland). 3: 473-91
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