Publications

Oshri, A., Liu, S., Suveg, C. M., Caughy, M. O. B., & Huffman, L. G. (2021). Biological sensitivity to context as a dyadic construct: An investigation of child–parent RSA synchrony among low-SES youth. Development and Psychopathology, 1-14. doi:10.1017/S095457942100078X 

Liu, S., Oshri, A., Kogan, S. M., Wickrama, K. A. S., & Sweet, L. (2021). Amygdalar Activation as a Neurobiological Marker of Differential Sensitivity in the Effects of Family Rearing Experiences on Socioemotional Adjustment in Youths. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.

Oshri, A., Liu, S., Huffman, L. G., & Koss, K. J. (2021). Firm parenting and youth adjustment: Stress reactivity and dyadic synchrony of respiratory sinus arrhythmia. Developmental Psychobiology, 63(3), 470-480.

Goodgame Huffman, L., Oshri, A., Caughy, M. (in press). An Autonomic Nervous System Context of Harsh Parenting and Youth Aggression Versus Delinquency. Biological Psychology. https://osf.io/pxh5c 

Liu, S., Cui, Z., Duprey, E.B., Kogan S.M., & Oshri, A. (2020). Adverse parenting is indirectly linked to delayed reward discounting via blunted RSA reactivity: the protective role of a shift-and-persist coping strategy. Adversity and Resilience Science. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42844-020-00012-8.   

Duprey, E. B., Oshri, A., Liu, S., Kogan, S. M., & Caughy, M. O. (2020). Physiological stress response reactivity mediates the link between emotional abuse and youth internalizing problems. Child Psychiatry and Human Development.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10578-020-01033-1 

Cui, Z., Oshri, A., Liu, S., Smith, E. P., & Kogan, S. M. (2020). Child maltreatment and resilience: the promotive and protective role of future orientation. Journal of youth and adolescence.

Oshri, A., Ehrlich, K. B., Liu, S., & Duprey, E. B. (2020). Harsh parenting and youth inflammatory response: modulation by autonomic nervous system. Health Psychology.

Liu, S., Oshri, A., & Duprey, E. B. (2020). Heart rate variability reactivity moderates the indirect link between child maltreatment and young adult alcohol use problems via depressive symptoms. The American Journal on Addictions. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajad.13004

2019

Duprey, E. B., Oshri, A., & Liu, S. (2019). Developmental pathways from child maltreatment to adolescent suicide-related behaviors: The internalizing and externalizing comorbidity hypothesis. Development and Psychopathology, 1-15. doi:10.1017/S0954579419000919.

Oshri, A., Carlson, M. W., Duprey, E. B., Liu, S., Goodgame Huffman, L., & Kogan, S. M. (2019). Child abuse and neglect, callous-unemotional traits, and substance use problems: the moderating role of stress response reactivityJournal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 1-10.

Oshri, A., Hallowell, E. S., Liu, S., MacKillop, J., Galvan, A., Kogan, S. M., & Sweet, L. H. (2019). Socioeconomic hardship and delayed reward discounting: associations with working memory and emotional reactivity, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 37, 100642.

Hallowell, E. S., Oshri, A., Liebel, S. W., Liu, S., Duba, B., Clark, U. S., & Sweet, L. H. (2019). The mediating role of neural activity on the relationship between childhood maltreatment and impulsivity. Child Maltreatment.

Oshri, A., Gray, J., Owen, M., Liu, S., Duprey, E. B., Sweet, L. H., & MacKillop, J. (2019). Adverse childhood experiences and amygdalar reduction:  high-resolution segmentation reveals specificity of subnuclei associations and links to psychiatric outcomes. Child Maltreatment

2018

Duprey, E. B., Oshri, A., & Liu, S. (2018). Childhood Maltreatment, Self-Esteem, and Suicidal Ideation in a Low-SES Emerging Adult Sample: The Moderating Role of Heart Rate Variability. Archives of Suicide Research, 1-20. 

Liu, S., Oshri, A., & Duprey, E. B., (2018). Alcohol Use and Depressive Symptoms among Youth Investigated for Being Maltreated: The Role of Parental Alcohol Use. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 79(3), 380-390. 

Oshri, A., Duprey, E. B., Kogan, S. M., Carlson, M. W., & Liu, S. (2018). Growth patterns of future orientation among maltreated youth: A prospective examination of the emergence of resilience. Developmental psychology, 54(8), 1456.

Oshri, A., Liu, S., Duprey, E. B., & MacKillop, J. (2018). Child maltreatment, delayed reward discounting, and alcohol and other drug use problems: the moderating role of heart rate variability. Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research, 42(10), 2033-2046.

2017

Duprey, E. B., Oshri, A., Caughy, M. O. (2017). The link between childhood neglect and adolescent substance use via internalizing symptoms: Does the neighborhood context matter? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46(7), 1582-1597. doi: 10.1007/s10964-017-0672-x

Oshri, A., Kogan, S., Kwon, J., Wickrama, K., Vanderbroek, L., Palmer, A., & MacKillop, J. (2017). Impulsivity as a mechanism linking child abuse and neglect with substance use in adolescence and adulthood. Development and Psychopathology, 1-19. doi:10.1017/S0954579417000943

Oshri, A., Topple, T., & Carlson, W. M. (2017). Positive Youth Development and Resilience: Growth Patterns of Social Skills among Youth Investigated for Maltreatment. Child Development.

Oshri, A., Kogan, S., Liu, S., Sweet, L., & Mackillop, J. (2017). Pathways Linking Adverse Childhood Experiences to Cigarette Smoking Among Young Black Men: a Prospective Analysis of the Role of Sleep Problems and Delayed Reward Discounting. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1-9.

2016

Oshri, A., Carlson, W. M., Kwon, J., Zeichner, A., & Wickrama, KAS. (2016). Developmental growth trajectories of self-esteem in adolescence: Associations with child neglect and drug use and abuse in young adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10964-016-0483-5

2015

Oshri, A., Himelboim, I, Kwon, J. A., Sutton, T. A., & MacKillop, J. (2015). Childhood physical and sexual abuse and social network patterns on social media: Associations with alcohol use and problems among young adult women. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76(6), 845–851(2015). 

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