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The Stress & Trauma Lab practices and promotes Open Science methods in our research. This includes preregistering our studies, posting code and datasets (when possible), and sharing study materials, among other efforts.
Nguyen-Feng, V. N., Romano, F. N., & Frazier, P. (2019). Emotional abuse moderates efficacy of an ecological momentary stress management intervention for college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 66, 461-472. [Pre-registration: https://osf.io/hgfrt]
Code and Datasets
Merians, Addie N; Baker, Majel R; Frazier, Patricia A; Lust, Katherine. (2018). Mplus syntax for double cross-validation using latent class analysis (LCA) and comparing outcomes across classes. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://hdl.handle.net/11299/198643.
Associated publication: Merians, A. N., Baker, M. R., Frazier, P. A., & Lust, K. (2019). Outcomes related to adverse childhood experiences in college students: Comparing latent class analyses and cumulative risk. Child Abuse & Neglect, 87, 51-64.
Frazier, P., Richards, D., Mooney, J., Hofmann, S., Beidel, D., Palmieri, P., & Bonner, C. (2016). Acceptability and proof of concept of internet-delivered treatment for depression, anxiety, and stress in university students: Protocol for an open feasibility trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40814-016-0068-9.