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My broad research agenda is to examine socioemotional development - particularly in adolescence - from dynamic systems (DS) and developmental psychopathology perspectives. Specifically, my research focuses on the regulation of emotion, particularly shame and anxiety, as evidenced by changes in self-reported feelings, autonomic psychophysiology, and behavioural expressions. To pursue this agenda, I am interested in developing and applying methods that are best suited for the analysis of processes of change. I also develop and distribute software for state space grids, a technique used often in my research (www.statespacegrids.org). See my lab page for details of current projects.
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Eastabrook, J., Flynn, J. J., & Hollenstein, T. (2014). Internalizing symptoms in female adolescents: Associations with emotional awareness and emotion regulation. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 23, 487 - 496.
Hollenstein, T. & Lanteigne, D. (2014). Models and methods of emotional concordance. Biological Psychology, 98, 1 - 5.
Lanteigne, D., Flynn, J. J., Eastabrook, J., & Hollenstein, T.(2014). Discordant patterns among emotional experience, arousal, and expression in adolescence: Relations with emotion regulation and internalizing problems. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 46, 29 - 39.
Butler, E. A., Hollenstein, T., Shoham, V., & Rohrbaugh, N. (2013). A dynamic state-space analysis of interpersonal emotion regulation in couples who smoke. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.
Eastabrook, J., Lanteigne, D., & Hollenstein, T. (2013). Decoupling between physiological, self-reported, and expressed emotional responses in alexithymia. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 978 – 982.
Hollenstein, T. & Lougheed, J. P. (2013). Beyond Storm and Stress: Typicality, Transactions, Timing,and Temperament to Account for Adolescent Change. American Psychologist, 68, 444-454.
Hollenstein, T., Lichtwarck-Aschoff, A., & Potworowski, G. (2013). A model of socioemotional flexibility at three time scales. Emotion Review, 5, 397 - 405.
Hollenstein, T. (2013).State Space Grids: Depicting Dynamics Across Development.New York: Springer.
Sravish, A. V., Tronick, E., Hollenstein, T. , & Beeghly, M. (2013). Dyadic flexibility during the face-to- face still-face paradigm: A dynamic systems analysis of its temporal organization. Infant Behavior and Development, 36, 432 - 437 .
Hollenstein, T., McNeely, A., Eastabrook, J., Mackey, A., & Flynn, J.J. (2012). Sympathetic and parasympathetic responses to social stress across adolescence. Developmental Psychobiology, 54, 207-214.
Lavictoire, L., Snyder, J. J., Stoolmiller, M., & Hollenstein, T. (2012). Affective dynamics in triadic peer interactions in early childhood. Nonlinear Dynamics in Psychology and the Life Sciences, 16, 293 – 312 .
Lougheed, J. P. & Hollenstein, T.(2012). A limited repertoire of emotion regulation strategies is associated with internalizing problems in adolescence. Social Development, 21, 704 - 721.
Lunkenheimer, E. S., Hollenstein, T., Wang, J., & Shields, A. M. (2012). Flexibility and attractors in context: family emotion socialization patterns and children’s emotion regulation in late childhood. Nonlinear Dynamics in Psychology and the Life Sciences, 16, 269 – 291.
Hollenstein, T. (2011). Twenty years of dynamic systems approaches to development: Significant contributions, challenges, and future directions. Child Development Perspectives, 5,256 - 259.
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