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Philip R. Costanzo, Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Neuroscience

Philip R. Costanzo
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Ph.D.University of Florida1967

Clinical Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Social Psychology
Research Interests: Social Development, Personality, and Child Clinical

Research interests include (1) The development of children's ideas and beliefs about the social environment. This includes an interest in the underlying socialization processes that mediate the development of moral emotions , moral cognition and susceptibility to peer pressures (2) The relationships between values, motivations and depressive states in both adolescents and adults. Also, how social-cognitive biases pertinent to affective disorders as well as risky decisions develop and are socialized by parental norms and peer influences. (3) Psychological and social concomitants of obesity and eating disorders . (4) Prevention research on adolescent and adult problems of alcohol and drug abuse

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  1. Kuchirko, Y; Bennet, A; Halim, ML; Costanzo, P; Ruble, D (2021). The influence of siblings on ethnically diverse children's gender typing across early development.. Developmental Psychology, 57(5), 771-782. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Franzese, AT; Blalock, DV; Blalock, KM; Wilson, SM; Medenblik, A; Costanzo, PR; Strauman, TJ (2021). Regulatory Focus and Substance Use in Adolescents: Protective Effects of Prevention Orientation.. Subst Use Misuse, 56(1), 33-38. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Bennet, A; Kuchirko, Y; Halim, ML; Costanzo, PR; Ruble, D (2020). The influence of center-based care on young children's gender development. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 69. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Peairs, KF; Sheppard, CS; Putallaz, M; Costanzo, PR (2019). Leader of the Pack: Academic Giftedness and Leadership in Early Adolescence. Journal of Advanced Academics, 30(4), 416-440. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Peairs, KF; Putallaz, M; Costanzo, PR (2019). From A (Aggression) to V (Victimization): Peer Status and Adjustment Among Academically Gifted Students in Early Adolescence. Gifted Child Quarterly, 63(3), 185-200. [doi]  [abs]

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