Doan, S.N., Fuller-Rowell, T.E. & Evans, G.W. (2012). Cumulative risk and adolescent’s internalizing and externalizing problems: The mediating roles of maternal responsiveness and self-regulation. Developmental Psychology.

Evans, G.W., Fuller-Rowell, T.E. & Doan, S.N. (2012). Childhood cumulative risk and obesity: The mediating role of self-regulatory ability. Pediatrics, 129, 68–73.

Fuller-Rowell, T.E., Doan, S.N. & Eccles, J. (2012). Differential effects of perceived discrimination on the diurnal cortisol rhythm of African Americans and Whites. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 37(1), 107-18. PMID:21689889.

Doan, S.N. & Evans, G.W. (2011). Maternal sensitivity buffers the effect of allostatic load on adolescent working memory. Development and Psychopathology, 23, pp 873-88.

Mai ,X., Tardif, T., Doan S.N., Liu, C., Gehring, W.J., et al. (2011). Brain activity elicited by positive and negative feedback in preschool-aged children. PLoS ONE 6(4), e18774. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018774.

Doan, S.N. & Wang, Q. (2010). Maternal discussions of mental states and external behaviors: Relations to children’s emotion situation knowledge in European American and Immigrant Chinese children. Child Development, 81(5), 1490–1503.

Doan, S.N. (2010). Emotion and word learning. Early Child Care and Development, 180(8), 1065–1078.

Wang, Q., Doan, S.N. & Song, Q. (2010). Talking about internal states in mother-child reminiscing influences children’s self-representations: A cross-cultural study. Cognitive Development, 25(8), 303–410.

Fuller-Rowell, T.E. & Doan, S.N. (2010). The social cost of academic success across ethnic groups. Child Development, 81(6), 1696–1713.

Russell, S., Chu, J., Crockett, L. & Doan, S.N. (2010). The meanings of parent-adolescent relationship quality among Chinese American and Filipino American Adolescents. In S.T. Russell, L. Crockett & R. Chao (Eds.) Asian American Parenting and Parent-Adolescent Relationships. Springer.

Doan, S.N., Kim, B. J. & Wang, Q. (2009). Culture and Autobiographical Memory. Culture’s Impact on Today’s Society. C. Koch & C. Reyes (Eds.), Worth Publishers.

Doan, S.N. (Winter, Spring, and Summer, 2003). Contributions for Research You May Have Missed. 4-H Center for Youth Development, University of California.

Publications (under review)

Doan, S.N. & Wang, Q. (under review). Culture moderates relations between children’s emotion situation knowledge and psychological well-being.

Doan, S.N., Dich, N. & Evans, G.W. (under review). Early risk factors and allostatic load: The mediating role of health behaviors.

Dich, N., Doan, S.N. & Evans, G.W. (under review). Self-regulation moderates the relationship between emotionality and allostatic load.

Publications (in prep)

Doan, S.N. & Wang, Q. (in prep). Longitudinal relations between maternal references to mental state language and children’s emotion situation knowledge: A cross-cultural study.

Doan, S.N., Kessler, D. & Tardif, T. (in prep). Maternal psychological control mediates cultural differences in children’s cortisol stress response.

Doan, S.N. & Tardif, T. (in prep). Maternal emotion and children’s physiological and behavioral outcomes: A cross-cultural study.

Doan, S.N. (in prep). Mindfulness influences both source and item memory.

Doan, S.N. & Evans, G.W. (in prep.) Self-regulation and cardiovascular reactivity and recovery.

Doan, S.N. & Evans, G.W. (in prep.) The contribution of reactivity and recovery to working memory.

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  • Cumulative risk and adolescent’s internalizing and externalizing problems Developmental Psychology
  • Childhood cumulative risk and obesity Pediatrics, 129
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