Skip to main content

Published Materials

 

SOFTWARE & MEDIA

Yaremych, H.E. (2022). Moderation and Mediation. JMP Add-In. Available for download here. The corresponding JMP community blog post with in-depth explanation and examples is available here.

 

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Cho, S.-J., Preacher, K.J., Yaremych, H.E., Naveiras, M., Fuchs, D., & Fuchs, L.S. (2022). Modeling multilevel nonlinear treatment-by-covariate interaction in a cluster randomized trial using a generalized additive mixed model. British Journal of Mathematical & Statistical Psychology. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E, & Persky, J. (2022). Recruiting fathers for parenting research: An evaluation of eight recruitment methods and an exploration of fathers’ motivations for participation. Parenting: Science and Practice[pdf]

Yaremych, H.E, Preacher, K.J., & Hedeker, D. (2021). Centering categorical predictors in multilevel models: Best practices and interpretation. Psychological Methods. [pdf] [appendices]

Law, W.K., Yaremych, H.E., Ferrer, R.A., Richardson, E., Wu, Y.P., & Turbitt, E. (2021). Decision making about genetic health information among family dyads: A systematic literature review. Health Psychology Review. [pdf]

Kesselring, I., Yaremych, H.E., Pegg, S., Dickey, L., & Kujawa, A. (2021). Zoom or in-person: An ecological momentary assessment study of time with friends and depressive symptoms on affect in emerging adults. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 40(2), 97-120[pdf]

Persky, S., Yaremych, H.E., Goldring, M.R., Ferrer, R.A., Rose, M.K., & Hollister, B.M. (2020). Investigating the efficacy of genetic, environmental, and multifactorial risk information when communicating obesity risk to parents of young children. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 55(8)720-733. [pdf]

Persky, S., & Yaremych, H.E. (2020). Parents’ genetic attributions for children’s eating behaviors: Relationships with beliefs, emotions, and food choice behavior. Appetite, 155. [pdf]

Hollister, B.M., Yaremych, H.E., Goldring, M.R., & Persky, S. (2019). Mothers’ and fathers’ cognitive and affective responses to epigenetics concepts. Environmental Epigenetics, 5(4), 1-10. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., & Persky, S. (2019). Tracing physical behavior in virtual reality: A narrative review of applications to social psychology. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 85. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., Kistler, W.D., Trivedi, N., & Persky, S. (2019). Path tortuosity in virtual reality: A novel approach for quantifying behavioral process in a food choice context. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 22(7), 486-493. [pdf]

Persky, S., Ferrer, R.A., Klein, W.M.P., Goldring, M.R., Cohen, R.W., Kistler, W.D., Yaremych, H.E., & Bouhlal, S. (2018). Effects of fruit and vegetable feeding messages on mothers and fathers: Interactions between emotional state and health message framing. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 53(9), 789-800[pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., & Volling, B.L. (2018). Sibling relationships and mothers’ and fathers’ emotion socialization practices: A within-family perspective. Early Child Development and Care, 190(2), 195-209. [pdf]

 

CHAPTERS

Preacher, K.J., & Yaremych, H.E. (2021). Model selection in structural equation modeling. In R. Hoyle (Ed.) Handbook of Structural Equation Modeling (2nd ed.). Guilford.

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Yaremych, H.E. (July, 2022). New tools for understanding and visualizing moderation, mediation, and simple slopes. Project presented at the JMP Developers Meeting, Virtual.

Yaremych, H.E., & Preacher, K.J. (March, 2022). Conflation and collinearity in multilevel data. Project presented at the Vanderbilt University Quantitative Methods Forum, Nashville, TN.

Preacher, K.J., & Yaremych, H.E. (October, 2021). Convergent evolution among information criteria useful in SEM. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Virtual.

Yaremych, H.E., & Preacher, K.J. (2021, March). Investigating the impact of multicollinearity in multilevel models. Project presented at the Vanderbilt University Quantitative Methods Forum, Nashville, TN.

Yaremych, H.E., & Preacher, K.J. (2020, April). Centering categorical predictors in multilevel models. Project presented at the Vanderbilt University Quantitative Methods Forum, Nashville, TN.

Yaremych, H.E., & Persky. S. (2020, March). Measuring physical behavior in VR: Advantages, limitations, and future directions. Paper presented at the Global Symposium on Virtual Reality and Healthcare, Nashville, TN.

Yaremych, H.E., & Persky, S. (2018, November). Virtual reality technology for studying social and behavioral processes. Invited talk at the Uniformed Services University Current Topics in Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics Seminar, Bethesda, MD.

Yaremych, H.E., Kistler, W.D., Trivedi, N., & Persky, S. (2018, June). Path tortuosity in virtual reality: A novel approach for understanding behavioral process. Paper presented at the National Institutes of Health Three-Minute Talk Finals, Bethesda, MD. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9k5mFdcgow

Yaremych, H.E., Kistler, W.D., Trivedi, N., & Persky, S. (2018, April). Path tortuosity in virtual reality: A novel approach for understanding behavioral process. Paper presented at the Technology, Mind, & Society Conference, Washington, DC.

Yaremych, H.E., Boland, S.E., Hollister, B.M., Kistler, W., & Persky, S. (2017, October). New technology and child health. Project presented at the Social & Behavioral Research Branch Works-in-Progress Meeting, Bethesda, MD.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Yaremych, H.E., Brown-Schmidt, S., Cho, S.-J., & Preacher, K.J. (2022, August). A Bayesian approach for modeling three-way cross-classified multilevel data. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Minneapolis, MN. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., Preacher, K.J, & Hedeker, D. (2022, February). Working with categorical predictors in multilevel models: A brief tutorial. Society for Personality & Social Psychology Conference, San Francisco, CA. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., & Preacher, K.J. (2021, July). Relationships between centering choices and collinearity problems in multilevel models. International Meeting of the Psychometric Society, Virtual. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., & Persky, S. (2021, May). Development and validation of the Guilt About Child Feeding Scale. Association for Psychological Science Poster Showcase, Virtual. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., Preacher, K.J., & Hedeker, D. (2020, June). Centering categorical predictors in multilevel models. American Psychological Society Poster Showcase, Virtual. [pdf]

Yaremych, H.E., & Persky, S. (2019, May). Evaluating the effectiveness of eight methods for recruiting fathers to participate in parenting research. American Psychological Society Conference, Washington, DC.

Yaremych, H.E., Kistler, W.D., Trivedi, N., & Persky, S. (2019, February). Linking path tortuosity with emotional experience: Exploring a novel metric for quantifying behavioral process. Society for Personality & Social Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.

Yaremych, H.E., Ferrer, R.A., & Persky, S. (2018, November). Learning about child obesity risk based on interactive genetic and environmental factors: How do parents react? National Human Genome Research Institute Annual Symposium, Bethesda, MD.

Yaremych, H.E., Boland, S.E., & Persky, S. (2018, May). Recruiting mothers and fathers for participation in health research: A method comparison study. National Institutes of Health Postbac Poster Day, Bethesda, MD.

Yaremych, H.E., Goldring, M.R., Cohen, R.W., Kistler, W., Bouhlal, S., Ferrer, R., Klein, W., & Persky, S. (2017, October). Mothers’ and fathers’ feeding behavior: Influences of family health history and health message characteristics. National Human Genome Research Institute Annual Symposium, Bethesda, MD.

Yaremych, H.E., & Volling, B.L. (2017, April). Prosocial development between siblings: The role of marital quality and parents’ emotion socialization practices. University of Michigan Psychology Research Forum, Ann Arbor, MI.

Yaremych, H.E., & Nwokeabia, C.J. (2016, July). A genome-wide association study for mental illness. Symposium on Big Data, Human Health, & Statistics, Ann Arbor, MI.