Alex C. Nyquist
Miami University
Publications 3
In this systematic review, we examined the evidence for an adolescent emotion recognition–awareness vulnerability to depression. The current review provided a qualitative synthesis of the emotion recognition (26 studies) and emotion awareness (38 studies) literatures for adolescent depression and was grounded within the framework of affective social competence (Halberstadt et al. in Soc Dev 10:79–119, 2001). It was hypothesized that deficits or difficulties in recognizing emotions in others and ...
#1Alex C. Nyquist (Miami University)
#2Joseph W. Fredrick (Miami University)H-Index: 2
Last.Aaron M. Luebbe (Miami University)H-Index: 18
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Objectives Parents are a critical influence on adolescents’ expressions of positive affect (PA; happiness, excitement), which are important components of adaptive emotional development during this developmental period. Despite a recent proliferation of studies examining outcomes of parental response to PA, limited research has explored unique adolescent characteristics that relate to parents’ specific responses to adolescent PA. Thus, the current study examined the contribution of specific adole...
#1Alex C. Nyquist (Miami University)
#2Johnathan D. Forbey (BSU: Ball State University)H-Index: 11
The current study investigated the utility and validity of a computerized "depression" module of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Second version (MMPI-2), with and without sequential testing rules, with a college student sample. Participants completed one of three MMPI-2 test-retest administrations (i.e., conventional-conventional, conventional-module, or conventional-sequential module) as well as 15 criterion measures across two testing sessions exactly 1 week apart. The findings...