DeJoseph, M.L., Carosella, K., & The NextGen Lead Mentors (2023). Diversifying the academy through a peer-to-peer mentorship model: Insights and recommendations from the NextGen Psych Scholars Program. Diversity in Higher Education.
Randolph, A.C., Henry, A., Sethuraju, R., Meja A.P., Varma, K., DeJoseph, M.L., Koenig, M., Hewitt A., Elison, J.T., & Fair, D. (2022). Creating a Sustainable Action Oriented Engagement Infrastructure – A UMN-MIDB Perspective. Frontiers in Neuroscience.
DeJoseph, M.L., Herzberg, M.P., Sifre, R.D., Berry,D., & Thomas, K.M. (2022). Measurement matters: An individual differences examination of family socioeconomic factors, latent dimensions of children’s experiences, and resting state functional brain connectivity in the ABCD sample. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 53, 101043.
DeJoseph, M.L., Sifre, R.D., Raver, C.C., Blair, C.B. and Berry, D. (2021). Capturing Environmental Dimensions of Adversity and Resources in the Context of Poverty Across Infancy Through Early Adolescence: A Moderated Nonlinear Factor Model. Child Development, 1-19.
Gunnar, M.R., Reid, B.M., Donzella, B., Miller, Z. R., Gardow,S., Tsakonas, N.C., Thomas, K.M., DeJoseph, M.L. & Bendezú, J.J. (2020). Validation of an online version of the Trier Social Stress Test in a study of adolescents. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 105111.
Roy, A. L., Raver, C. C., Masucci, M. D., & DeJoseph, M. (2019). “If they focus on giving us a chance in life we can actually do something in this world”: Poverty, inequality, and youths’ critical consciousness. Developmental psychology, 55(3), 550.
DeJoseph, M.L., Finegood, E.D., Raver, C.C., & Blair, C.B. (2019). Measuring stress reactivity in the home: Preliminary findings from a version of the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST-H) appropriate for field-based research.
Perry, R. E., Finegood, E. D., Braren, S. H., DeJoseph, M. L., Putrino, D. F., Wilson, D. A., Sullivan, R.M., Raver, C.C., Blair, C.B., & Family Life Project Key Investigators. (2018). Developing a neurobehavioral animal model of poverty: Drawing cross-species connections between environments of scarcity-adversity, parenting quality, and infant outcome. Development and Psychopathology, 1-20.
Finegood, E.D., Raver, C.C., DeJoseph, M.L., & Blair, C (2017). Parenting in poverty: Attention bias and anxiety interact to predict parents’ perceptions of daily parenting hassles. Journal of Family Psychology, 31(1), 51.
Other types of publications
Cole, V.T., Gottfredson, N.C., Giordano, M., Stallworthy, I.C., DeJoseph, M.L., Sifre, R.D., & Janssen, T. (2021). Automated fitting of moderated nonlinear factor analysis (MNLFA) through the Mplus program. R package version 1.1.0.