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Lamm, C., Granic, I., Zelazo, P.D. & Lewis, M.D. (2011). Magnitude and chronometry of neural mechanisms of emotion regulation in subtypes of aggressive children.Brain and Cognition, 77(2), 159-169

Magnitude and chronometry of neural mechanisms of emotion regulation in subtypes of aggressive children Abstract Emotion regulation is a key social skill and children who fail to master it are at risk for clinical disorders. Specific styles of emotion regulation have been associated with particular patterns of prefrontal activation. We investigated whether anxious aggressive children […] read more

Scholte, R.H.J., Sentse, M. & Granic, I. (2010). Do Actions Speak Louder Than Words? Classroom Attitudes and Behavior in Relation to Bullying in Early Adolescence.Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 39(6), 789-799

Do Actions Speak Louder Than Words? Classroom Attitudes and Behavior in Relation to Bullying in Early Adolescence Abstract The aim of the present study was to examine to what extent classroom factors (i.e., classroom antibullying attitudes and behavioral norms) contributed to individual bullying, after controlling for individual difference characteristics. Participants were 2,547 early adolescents (M […] read more

Stieben, J., Lewis, M.D., Granic, I., Lamm, C. & Zelazo, P.D. (2004). ERP indices of emotion regulation in antisocial children. Psychophysiology, 41(Supp. 1), S10

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Stieben, J., Lewis, M.D., Granic, I., Lamm, C. & Zelazo, P.D. (2004). ERP indices of emotion regulation in antisocial children: A treatment outcome study. Psychophysiology, 41(Supp. 1), S81

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Lamm, C., Lewis, M.D., Stieben, J., Zelazo, P.D. & Granic, I. (2004). Increased frontal ERP activation for externalizing children in response to negative feedback. Psychophysiology, 41(Supp. 1), S81

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Larsen, H., Overbeek, G.J., Granic, I. & Engels, R.C.M.E. (2007). Imitation of alcohol consumption: An experimental observational study. Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research, 31(suppl. 2), 42A

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Granic, I. & Butler, S. (1998). The relation between anger and antisocial beliefs in young offenders.Personality and Individual Differences, 24(6), 759-765

The relation between anger and antisocial beliefs in young offenders Abstract The tendency for youth to report antisocial beliefs has been identified as a major risk factor in delinquency. Advances in emotion research suggest the importance of examining the emotional concomitants of cognitive appraisals such as antisocial beliefs. The present study examined the relation between […] read more

Lewis, M.D. & Granic, I. (1999). Who put the self in self-organization? A clarification of terms and concepts for developmental psychopathology.Development and Psychopathology, 11(2), 365-374

Who put the self in self-organization? A clarification of terms and concepts for developmental psychopathology Abstract The term self-organization has at least two meanings for developmental psychopathologists: the spontaneous emergence of order in developing systems and the consolidation of that part of the person called the self. The first meaning is shared across the sciences […] read more

Granic, I. & Lamey, A.V. (2000). The self-organization of the Internet and changing modes of thought.New Ideas in Psychology, 18(1), 93-107.

The self-organization of the Internet and changing modes of thought Abstract This paper explores the social-cognitive implications of Internet participation. Our central argument concerns the reciprocal relationship between the self-organization of the Internet and the cognitive and social development of individuals who participate in that system. We begin by providing a brief historical trajectory of […] read more

Dishion, T.J., Bullock, B.M. & Granic, I. (2002). Pragmatism in modeling peer influence: Dynamics, outcomes, and change processes.Development and Psychopathology, 14(4), 969-981.

Pragmatism in modeling peer influence: Dynamics, outcomes, and change processes Abstract This paper reviews the model-building approach to developmental psychopathology as it applies to understanding the influence of peers on adolescent problem behavior. Considerable longitudinal evidence suggests that deviant peer involvement is prognostic of escalations in various forms of problem behavior, including substance use, delinquent […] read more