Completed Master's Theses

Supervised by

Jack Mearns, Ph.D.

at

California State University, Fullerton

1994

  1. Bautista, S. M. -- Expectancies for Negative Mood Regulation, Guilt, and Cheating among College Students.

1995

  1. Holeyman, B. K. -- Similarity as a Predictor of Intimate Couple Satsifaction.

  2. Mauch, T. G. -- Mood Regulation, Anger and Coping with Police Stress.

1997

  1. Greenblatt, J. -- Attachment, Mood Regulation and Jealousy in Romantic Relationships.

1998

  1. Kies, C. -- Mood Regulation Expectancies, Burden, Depression, Self-efficacy and Coping Outcomes in Cancer Patients and Caregivers.

  2. Vilchez, K. A. -- Negative Mood Regulation, Jealousy, and Depression Following the End of a Romantic Relationship.

1999

  1. Cain, J. E. -- Teacher Burnout: The Relationship between Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Stress, Coping and Distress.

  2. Sass, P. -- Associations between Parenting Practices and Negative Mood Regulation, Coping Strategies and Depressive Symptoms in Adulthood.

2000

  1. May, M. -- Mood Regulation Expectancies, Coping, Stress, and Distress in the Parents of Children with Autism.

2002

  1. Catone, M. -- Mood Regulation Expectancies, Burden, Depression, and Coping in Caregivers of Acquired Brain Injured Individuals.

  2. Jund, L. B. -- The Relationship between Anxiety and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies among Learning Disabled and Honor Students.

  3. Pollitt, L. K. -- Attachment, Mood Regulation Expectancies, and Trust in Adult Romantic Relationships.

  4. Vernoy, K. T. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Depression, Coping, and Self-efficacy in Arthritis Patients.

2003

  1. Kohegyi, T. -- Association of Memory, Mood and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies in Older Adults.

2004

  1. Taniguchi, M. -- Predictors of Eating Disorder Symptoms in Asian and Caucasian College Students: Body Mass Index, Shame and Guilt, Silencing of the Self, and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies.

  2. Ware, K. -- Relations of Happiness, Optimism, and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies with Risk-taking Behavior.

  3. Wheeler, B. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Vicarious Traumatization, and Burnout in Female Rape Crisis Counselors.

2005

  1. Arnold, L. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, and Performance Anxiety in Musicians.

  2. Nostrome, M. -- Negative Mood Regulation and its Relationship to Impulsive Behavior.

  3. Patchett, E. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Residence Location as Predictors of Adaptation to College, Depression and Loneliness.

2006

  1. Johnston, K. L. -- Catastrophizing, Perfectionism and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies as Predictors of Procrastination in a College Student Population.

  2. Pajer, D. -- Intimacy and Female Friendship: The Roles of Attachment Style, Interpersonal Trust and Negative Mood Regulation.

  3. Sobko, K. -- Termperament and Computer Play Time in Preschool Age Children.

2007

  1. Ballard, S. -- Parents of Children with Autism: Social Support, Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, and Symptom Severity as Predictors of Coping and Relationship with Child.

  2. McNally, J. -- Relationships Among Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Bulimia, Hassles, Interoceptive Awareness, and Negative Affect.

2008

  1. Watabe, Y. -- Relationship between Distress and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Acculturation, Acculturation Gap, and Coping in an Asian Population.

2009

  1. Apodaca, D. D. -- Personality, Pro-environmental Beliefs and Intention Toward Behaviors to Reduce Global Climate Change.

  2. Bartlett, J. -- Negative Mood Regulation, Parenting Hassles, Parenting Satisfaction, and Distress in Foster Mothers.

2010

  1. Sato, T. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Attitude toward Help-Seeking, Comfort with Affect, and Suicidal Ideation of Japanese College Students.

  2. Taguchi, K. -- Japanese Parents of Children with Intellectual Disabilitites: Predictors of Parental Distress.

  3. Takashima, E. -- Mediating Effects of Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies on the Relationship Between Early Family Environment and Later Psychological Health Among Japanese.

2011

  1. Alvarez, N. -- Mood, Writing, and Performance in the Spoken Word Poetry Community.

  2. Madracki, M. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Coping and Depression in Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse and Neglect.

  3. Shepard-McMullen, C. -- Exploring the Relationships between Psychological Abuse, Attitutes, Coping and Negative Mood Regulation.

2012

  1. Popp, A. -- Does Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Mediate between Military Sexual Trauma and Health Problems in Female Veterans?

2013

  1. Aoki, S. -- Social Anxiety, Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, and Self Construals as Predictors of Assertiveness in Asian Americans

  2. Gothro, A. -- Trauma, PTSD and Retraumatization: The Role of Peritraumatic Dissociation

  3. Talasman, S. -- Coping, Emotion Regulation and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies: A Cross-cultural Perspective on Predicting Depression and Somatization

  4. Tsukerman, D. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Stress, Distress, Coping, and Life Satisfaction in People with a Physical Disability

2014

  1. Necef, I. -- International Students' Homesickness and Depression: Associations with Mood Regulation Expectancies, Acculturation and Attachment

2015

  1. Hamamura, T. -- Relationships among Depression, Somatic Symptoms, Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Honne and Tatemae among Japanese College Students

  2. Jimenez, M. -- The Relationship of NMR Expectancies, Affect, and Coping with the Academic Resiliency of Latina/o Undocumented Students

  3. Smith, B. K. -- Therapeutic Summer Camp Outcomes and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies

2016

  1. Lynch, K. -- Negative Mood Regulations Expectancies, Fibromyalgia, Childhood Trauma, and Depression

  2. Pham Vu, K. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies as Moderator and Mediator of the Relationship between Peer Victimization and Internalizing Feelings

2017

  1. Benedicto, S. -- Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Observational Scale

  2. Eum, S. -- Acculturative Stress, Intergenerational Conflict, and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies of Korean Immigrants

  3. Sakurai, R. -- Coping after a Natural Disaster: Relationships between Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Symptoms among Parents and Children in Fukushima, Japan

2018

  1. Campbell, K. A. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Trait Anxiety, and Mood Congruent Cognition Following an Anxiety Induction

  2. Fleming, H. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence

2019

  1. Arreola, D. -- Reconceptualizaing Non-directive Play Therapy through Rotter's Social Learning Theory: A Case Study

  2. Kanavou, A. A. -- Coping during Acute Economic Crisis: Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies in Greece

  3. Kaur, K. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Alexithymia, and Childhood Maltreatment as Predictors of Compulsive Buying

  4. Patel, P. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Perceived Social Support as Moderators of the Relationship between Acculturative Stress and Psychological Well-being in Asian Indian Immigrants

  5. Quaranta, T. -- The Effects of Parenting Style and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies on Emotional Distress in the U.S. and Japan

  6. Sanders-Rice, P. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies as a Moderator of the Stress-Burnout Relationship among Brazilian Nurses

2020

  1. Iseman, H. -- The Relationships Among Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies, Childhood Maltreatment, Perfectionism, Self-Injury and Depression

  2. Martin, L. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies and Athletic Performance

  3. Rockman, D. -- Negative Mood Regulation, Cognitive Reappraisal and Mindfulness in Relation to Anxiety and Depression

  4. Valenzuela, S. -- Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies among the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Population

  5. Yang, S. -- The Effects of Maternal Parenting Style and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies on Coping Strategies of Chinese Immigrants in the U.S.


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