Tom Hollenstein
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Rigidity in parent—child interactions and the development of externalizing and internalizing behavior in early childhood
T Hollenstein, I Granic, M Stoolmiller, J Snyder
Journal of abnormal child psychology 32 (6), 595-607, 2004
Dynamic systems methods for models of developmental psychopathology
I Granic, T Hollenstein
Development and psychopathology 15 (3), 641-669, 2003
State space grids: Analyzing dynamics across development
T Hollenstein
International Journal of Behavioral Development 31 (4), 384-396, 2007
Longitudinal analysis of flexibility and reorganization in early adolescence: a dynamic systems study of family interactions.
I Granic, T Hollenstein, TJ Dishion, GR Patterson
Developmental psychology 39 (3), 606, 2003
Beyond storm and stress: Typicality, transactions, timing, and temperament to account for adolescent change.
T Hollenstein, JP Lougheed
American Psychologist 68 (6), 444, 2013
Alcohol portrayal on television affects actual drinking behaviour
RCME Engels, R Hermans, RB Van Baaren, T Hollenstein, SM Bot
Alcohol and alcoholism 44 (3), 244-249, 2009
A limited repertoire of emotion regulation strategies is associated with internalizing problems in adolescence
JP Lougheed, T Hollenstein
Social Development 21 (4), 704-721, 2012
Dyadic flexibility and positive affect in parent–child coregulation and the development of child behavior problems
ES Lunkenheimer, SL Olson, T Hollenstein, AJ Sameroff, C Winter
Development and psychopathology 23 (2), 577-591, 2011
State space grids
T Hollenstein
State space grids, 11-33, 2013
A state space analysis of emotion and flexibility in parent-child interactions.
T Hollenstein, MD Lewis
Emotion 6 (4), 656, 2006
GridWare (Version 1.1)
A Lamey, T Hollenstein, MD Lewis, I Granic
Computer software]. http://statespacegrids. org, 2004
The family ecology of adolescence: A dynamic systems perspective on normative development.
I Granic, TJ Dishion, T Hollenstein
Blackwell Publishing, 2003
The wisdom to know the difference: Strategy-situation fit in emotion regulation in daily life is associated with well-being
SJ Haines, J Gleeson, P Kuppens, T Hollenstein, J Ciarrochi, ...
Psychological Science 27 (12), 1651-1659, 2016
Internalizing symptoms in female adolescents: Associations with emotional awareness and emotion regulation
JM Eastabrook, JJ Flynn, T Hollenstein
Journal of Child and Family Studies 23 (3), 487-496, 2014
A model of socioemotional flexibility at three time scales
T Hollenstein, A Lichtwarck-Aschoff, G Potworowski
Emotion Review 5 (4), 397-405, 2013
Social dynamics in the preschool
CL Martin, RA Fabes, LD Hanish, T Hollenstein
Developmental Review 25 (3-4), 299-327, 2005
This time, it’s real: Affective flexibility, time scales, feedback loops, and the regulation of emotion
T Hollenstein
Emotion Review 7 (4), 308-315, 2015
The effect of suppressing and not accepting emotions on depressive symptoms: Is suppression different for men and women?
JJ Flynn, T Hollenstein, A Mackey
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (6), 582-586, 2010
Examining coach–athlete interactions using state space grids: An observational analysis in competitive youth sport
K Erickson, J Côté, T Hollenstein, J Deakin
Psychology of sport and exercise 12 (6), 645-654, 2011
Individual differences in shame and depressive symptoms during early adolescence
S De Rubeis, T Hollenstein
Personality and individual differences 46 (4), 477-482, 2009
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