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University of Mississippi
Ongoing Projects
An Experimental Examination of Parental Emotion Regulation Strategies in Relation to Anxiety and Depression Symptoms
A project examining the associations between parental self-reported and experimentally assessed emotion regulation with parental anxiety and depressive symptoms
PIs: Sarah Bilsky and Max Luber (graduate student)
Parenting Stress, Anxiety and Substance Use
A project examining the associations between maternal transdiagnostic emotional vulnerability factors, parenting stress, and maternal alcohol/cigarette use among mothers of adolescents.
PI: Sarah Bilsky
Adolescent Anxiety and Safety Behaviors
A project examining the associations between adolescent safety behavior use, emotion vulnerability factors, and anxiety symptoms among adolescents
PIs: Sarah Bilsky and Emily Olson (honors student)
Adolescent Emotional Vulnerability Factors, Sleep, and Alcohol Use
A project examining the association between adolescent emotion vulnerability factors, sleep, and alcohol use.
PIs: Sarah Bilsky and Gabrielle Armstrong (honors student)
Recently Completed Projects
Social Anxiety, Prosocial Behaviors, and Exclusion in Emerging Adults
This project used an online chat room paradigm to examine whether elevated social anxiety levels interacted with the type of social interaction (i.e., implicit ignoring, explicit exclusion, and acceptance) experienced in relation to prosocial behavior.
PIs: Sarah Bilsky and Hannah Friedman (graduate student)