Publications

Reavis, R., Donohue, L., & Upchurch, M. (Jan, 2015). Friendship, negative peer experiences, and daily emotion. Social Development.

Donohue, L. (April, 2013). And You Thought it Was Over? Bullying in Elementary School and College. Presentation presented at Earlham’s Annual Research Conference and the Mid America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference.

Donohue, L. & Hegazi, L. (April, 2013). Better Off Alone?  How Social Goals Influence Perceptions of Friendships. Poster presented at Earlham’s Annual Research Conference.

Donohue, L., Smith, A., Webb, A, Chabot, A., Bolan, K., Flores, H. (April, 2013). Take Two: The Merits and Difficulties of Replication. Presented at Earlham’s Annual Research Conference.

Reavis, R., Donohue, L., & Berke-Williams, E. (May, 2012). Daily experiences of negative peer treatment, friendship, and emotion. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in Chicago, Illinois.

PRESENTATIONS

Games and Brains: The Relationship Between Videogames and Mental Health

MAGFEST Panel: Brains & Games: Designing Videogames that Incorporate Mental Health and Human Experience

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