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The Compassion International Study of Positive Youth Development
United States Military Academy – Project ARETE

The Science of Learning and Development (SoLD)

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Books:

Cantor, P., Lerner, R. M., Pittman, K., Chase, P. A., & Gomperts, N. (In press). Whole-Child Development, Learning, and Thriving: A Dynamic Systems Approach. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Posters:

Yu, D., Chase, P., Park, Y., & Lerner, R. (2020, March 18–21). Developing a Measure of Cognitive Flexibility for Idiographic Analyses of Youth Development [Poster presentation]. SRA Conference, San Diego, CA. (Conference canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic).

Chase, P. A., Yu, D., Goncalves, C., Lerner, R. M. (2020, March 18–21). Measures and Methods Across the Developmental Continuum (MMDC): Developing an Idiographic Measure of Working Memory for Adolescents [Poster presentation]. SRA Conference, San Diego, CA. (Conference canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic).

Birudavol, J., Chase, P. A., Lerner, R. M. (2020, March 18–21). Measure Development and Person-Specific Analyses of the Developmental Continuum [Poster presentation]. SRA Conference, San Diego, CA. (Conference canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic).

Articles and Chapters:

Park, Y., & Goncalves, C. (2020, February). Identifying paths of identity development. Developmental Psychologist, 7-8.

Yu, D., Yang, P-J., Geldhof, J., Tyler, C., Gansert, P. K. Chase, P. A., & Lerner, R. M. (Under Reivew). Exploring Idiographic Approaches to Children’s Executive Function Performance: An Intensive Longitudinal Study. Submitted to Person-Oriented Research.

Yu, D., Yang, P-J., … & Lerner, R. M. (Under Review). Enhancing Understanding of Child Development Through Use of the Bornstein Specificity Principle: A Sample Case of Executive Functioning. Submitted to Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology.

The Compassion International (CI) Study of Positive Youth Delopment (PYD)

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Articles and Chapters (Published):

Lerner, R. M., Tirrell, J. M., Lerner, J. V., Geldhof, G. J., Gestsdóttir, S., King, P. E., Sim, A. T. R., & Dowling, E. (2019). The end of the beginning: Evidence and absences studying PYD in a global context. Adolescent Research Review, 4(1), 1-14.

Tirrell, J. M., Geldhof, G. J., King, P. E., Dowling, E., Sim, A., Williams, K., Iraheta, G., Lerner, J. V., & Lerner, R. M. (2019). Measuring spirituality, hope, and thriving among Salvadoran youth: Initial findings from the Compassion International Study of Positive Youth Development. Child & Youth Care Forum, 48(2), 241-268.

Lerner, R. M., Lerner, J. V., Geldhof, G. J., Gestsdottir, S., King, P. E., Sim, A. T. R., Batanova, M., Tirrell, J. M., & Dowling, E. (2018). Studying positive youth development in different nations: Theoretical and methodological issues. In J. J. Lansford & P. Banati (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent development and its impact on global policy (pp. 68-83). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Articles and Chapters (In Press):

Tirrell, J. M., Gansert, P. K., Geldhof, G. J., Dowling, E. M., Lerner, J. V., King, P. E., Sim, A. T. R., Iraheta, G., Williams, K., & Lerner, R. M. (In press). Using the specificity principle to go inside the black box of programs: The sample case of an El Salvador PYD program. In S. Verma, A. Petersen, & J. Lansford (Eds.), Sustainable human development: Challenges and solutions for implementing the United Nations’ Goals [Special issue]: Zeitschrift für Psychologie.

King, P. E., Yoo, Y., & Vaugh, J. M., Tirrell, J. M., Geldhof, G. J., & Dowling, E. M. (In press).  Under construction: The Measure of Diverse Adolescent Spirituality (MDAS) and refined findings from Mexican and Salvadoran youth. In K. Harris, A. Ai, & P. Wink (Eds.), Assessing Spirituality and Religion in a Diversified World. New York: Springer Press.

Lerner, R. M., Dowling, E. M., Lerner, J. V., Tirrell, J. M., King, P. E., Iraheta, G., Williams, K., & Sim, A. T. R. (In press). Youth violence prevention and the promotion of positive youth development: Integration or independence? In R. Rivera (Ed.),Violencia cero sin mano dura.

King, P. E., Yoo, Y., Tirrell, J. M., Geldhof, G. J., Iraheta, G., Williams, K., Sim, A. T. R., Stephenson, P., Dowling, E., Lerner, R. M., & Lerner, J. V. (In press). Refining the measure of diverse adolescent spirituality in samples of Mexican and Salvadoran youth. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

Manuscripts Under Review:

Tirrell, J. M., Dowling, E. M., Gansert, P., Buckingham, M., Wong, C. A., Suzuki, S., Naliaka, C., Kibbedi, P., Namurinda, E., Williams, K., Geldhof, G. J., Lerner, J. V., King, P. E., Sim, A. T. R., & Lerner, R. M. (Under review). Features of effective youth development programs: Contextual safety and the “Big Three” components of positive youth development programs in Rwanda. Child & Youth Care Forum.

Manuscripts In Preparation:

Sim, A.T.R., Lerner, J.V., Geldof, G. J., Gestsdóttir, S., King, P.E., Tirrell, J.M., Dowling, E.M., & Lerner, R. M. “PYD goes global: Meanings and measures.” The Fuller team is working on a manuscript, tentatively titled, “A preliminary analysis of the ecology of hope: Exploring the relations among religiosity, spirituality, connection, hopeful future expectations (HFE), and agency.”

Presentations Completed in Year 2:

September 2017: In her talk, “Igniting Youth to Thrive,” Pam King spoke at CI’s Global Council where she discussed the relation between spirituality and thriving and focused on the “image of God” and how relating to God and others is central to being human and to thriving. She made connections between psychological and biblical approaches and affirmed the importance of CI’s approach to breaking the cycle of poverty. She provided a brief description of the study and shared early findings from the “proof of concept” work in El Salvador.

October 2017: A poster was presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development (SSHD). The paper used data from the proof of concept assessment in El Salvador, examining religiosity and constructs of spirituality (fidelity and transcendence) as related to hopeful future expectations among 888 youth in El Salvador. Results pointed to the connections between these constructs and the complexity and depth of resources available through religion, suggesting that religion may give youth access to a meaningful connection to the sacred and a coherent narrative for understanding themselves and the world.

October 2017: At SSHD in her invited plenary address, “Spirituality and Thriving: Contemporary Approaches” Pam King spoke about the current CI PYD Research Project as an important exploration and test of PYD contexts and the roles of spirituality and religion promoting thriving.

February 2018: At Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of Psychology Integration Symposium, Pam King’s invited response discussing the virtue of hope, drew from findings and experiences of the CI PYD Study in El Salvador and Rwanda.

March 2018: American Psychological Association’s Division 36 Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Biennial meeting, In a keynote address, “Religion and Thriving: The Roles of Transcendent Narrative, Virtue, and Lived Purpose,” Pam King also described findings of the Wave 1 El Salvador data of mounting evidence of the importance of religion and spirituality promoting positive youth development in thriving.

Society for Research in Adolescence (SRA): April 2018: The foundation paper was presented by Jonathan Tirrell as part of a symposium entitled “PYD Goes Global: Meaning and Measures”. It included contributions from John Geldhof, Steinunn Gestsdóttir, Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, and Silvia Koller as discussant.

April 27, 2018: Rich was the keynote speaker (via video conference) for the launch of a new grant initiative of Templeton World Charities Foundation (TWCF) called Global Innovations for Character Development (GICD). TWCF is promoting GICD as a first-of-its-kind initiative to “develop a portfolio of scientific innovations to promote character development, through proof-of-concept and transition-to-scale awards.”

Presentations Completed in Year 3:

King, P. E. (April 2019). Reciprocating spirituality: Where are we in the process. Invited address at the Ninth SRCD preconference on child and adolescent spiritual and religious development, Austin, TX.King, P. E. (February 2019). Grace: To infinity and beyond. A response to Dr. Peter Hill on “Grace as Religiously Inflected Experience.

King, P. E. (August 2018). JoyRide: Thriving on the Road to Joy. Plenary address at Joy and the Good Life Conference, Yale Divinity School.

ISSBD: July 15-19, 2018 Queensland, Australia. Rich was a keynote speaker.

Fuller presented Faith and Thriving: The role of personal, social, and transcendent resources with religion for El Salvadorian youth on behalf of the CI PYD team at Annual APA convention @ San Francisco Aug 9-12.

SRCD: March 2019: Rich was a keynote speaker. He was asked to discuss his recent work in “cutting-edge and highly regarded scholarship on positive youth development in diverse countries around the world.”

SRCD: March 2019: Elizabeth Dowling moderated a roundtable discussion about measurement and program evaluation with representatives from UNICEF, USAID, TWCF, and CI.

Peer-reviewed conference presentations in Year 3:

Tirrell, J. M., Dowling, E. M., Gansert, P., Lerner, J. V., King, P. E., Naliaka, C., Kibbedi, P., Namurinda, E., Williams, K., Sim, A. T. R., & Lerner, R. M. (2019, March). Assessing effective out-of-school-time programs: Development of a measure for the “Big Three” features of positive youth development programs. Paper presented at the 2019 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.

Yoo, Y., King, P. E., Vaughn, J. M., Tirrell, J. M., Iraheta, G., William, K., Sim, A., Dowling E., Lerner, R. M., & Lerner, J. V. (2019, March). Profiles of Youth Strengths and PYD Outcomes for Salvadoran Youth. Paper presented at the 2019 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.

Vaughn, J. M., Yoo, Y., King, P. E., Tirrell, J. M., Iraheta, G., William, K., Sim, A., Dowling E., Lerner, R. M., & Lerner, J. V. (2019, March). Exploring ecological assets and personal strengths among Salvadoran youth: The complex relation between religion and hope. Paper presented at the 2019 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.

Gansert, P., Tirrell, J., Dowling, E., Lerner, J., King, E., Williams, K., Iraheta, G., & Sim, A. (2018, October). Using the specificity principle to go inside the black box of program evaluation: The sample case of an international PYD program.Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Promoting Character Development Among Diverse Children and Adolescents: The Roles of Families, Schools, and Out-Of-School-Time Youth Development, Philadelphia, PA.

King, P. E., Yoo, Y., Tirrell, J. M., Geldhof, G. J., Iraheta, G., William, K., Sim, A., Stephenson, P., Dowling E., Lerner, R. M., & Lerner, J. V. (2018, October). Measure of Diverse Adolescent Spirituality in Mexican & Salvadoran Youth: Confirmatory factor analysis and measurement invariance. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Promoting Character Development Among Diverse Children and Adolescents: The Roles of Families, Schools, and Out-Of-School-Time Youth Development, Philadelphia, PA.

King, P. E., Vaughn, J., Yoo, Y., Tirrell, J. M., Geldhof, G. J., Dowling E., Lerner, J. V., & Lerner, R. M. (2018, August).Religious attendance, relational spirituality, hope, & positive development in Salvadoran youth. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

United States Military Academy (USMA) – Project ARETE

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Arbeit, M. R. (2018). “They’re hoping we can stop it”: Student leadership in sexual violence intervention and response at West Point. Journal of Community Psychology, 46(5), 598-615.

Arbeit, M. R. (2017a). “It could affect you as a person, character-wise”: Promoting character development and preventing sexual violence at West Point. Journal of College and Character, 18(4), 279-295.

Arbeit, M. R. (2017b). “Make sure you’re not getting yourself in trouble:” Building sexual relationships and preventing sexual violence at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The Journal of Sex Research, 54(8), 949-961.

Arbeit, M. R. (2014). What Does Healthy Sex Look Like among Youth? Towards a Skills-Based Model for Promoting Adolescent Sexuality Development. Human Development, 57(5), 259-286.

Callina, K. S., Burkhard, B., Schaefer, H. S., Powers, J., Murray, E. D., Kobylski, G., Ryan, D., Kelly, D., Matthews, M. D., & Lerner, R. M. (2019). Character in context: Character structure among United States Military Academy cadets. Journal of Moral Education, , 48(4), 439-464. DOI: 10.1080/03057240.2018.1528442

Callina, K. S., Ryan, D., Murray, E. D., Colby, A., Damon, W., Matthews, M., & Lerner, R. M. (2017). Developing Leaders of Character at the United States Military Academy: A Relational Developmental Systems Analysis. Journal of College and Character, 18(1), 9-27.

Callina, K. S., Lerner, R. M., Fremont, E., Burkhard, B., Stacey, D., & Su, S. (2017). Character development and the emergence of heroic leadership: Towards a relational developmental systems-based model. In S. T. Allison, G. R. Goethals, & R. M. Kramer (Eds.), The Handbook of Heroism and Heroic Leadership (pp. 88-98). New York, NY: Routledge.

Callina, K. S., Mueller, M. K., Napolitano, C. M., Lerner, J. V., & Lerner, R. M. (2016). Positive youth development:  Relational developmental systems approaches to thriving from childhood to early adulthood. In S. J. Lopez, L. M. Edwards, & S. C. Marques (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199396511.013.11

Cook, C., Johnson, S., Murray, E., Park, Y., & Lerner, R. (submitted for review). The Character of Cadets: Toward an Empirical Definition and Measurement of ‘Honorable Living’ at West Point.

Farina, A., Johnson, S. (manuscript submitted for review). Intentional self-regulation in the late adolescent/young adult period: Investigating the structure of selection, optimization, and compensation among West Point Cadets.

Johnson, S. K., Tirrell, J. M., Callina, K. S., Weiner, M. B. (in press). Configurations of young peoples’ important life goals and their associations with thriving. Research in Human Development.

Johnson, S. K., Tirrell, J. M., Callina, K. S., & Weiner, M. B. (2018). Configurations of young peoples’ important life goals and their associations with thriving. Research in Human Development, 15(2), 139-166.

Lerner, R. M. (2018). Character development: Four facets of virtues. Child Development Perspectives, 13(2), 79-84. DOI: 10.1111/cdep.12315

Lerner, R. M. (in press). On the nature and development of American leaders of character: Character education for our time. Review of: The Character Edge: Leading and Winning with Integrity by Lt. General (Ret.) Robert L. Caslen, Jr. and Michael D. Matthews. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2020. Journal of Character Education.

Lerner, R. M. (2018). Character development among youth:  Linking lives in time and place. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 42(2), 267-277.

Matthews, M. D., Ryan, D. M., & Lerner, R. M. (2020). Developing military leaders of character: The sample case of LTG Robert L. Caslen, USMA Superintendent. Journal of Character Education, 16(1), 65-75.

Matthews, M. D., Lerner, R. M., & Annen, H (2019). Non-cognitive amplifiers of human performance: Unpacking the 25/75 rule. In M. D. Matthews & D. M. Schnyer (Eds.), Human Performance Optimization: The Science and Ethics of Enhancing Human Capabilities (356-382). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Matthews, M. D. (2018). Investigating the Character of Developing Leaders: Four components of character among West Point cadets. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/head-strong/201811/investigating-the-character-developing-leaders

Matthews, M. D. & Lerner, R. M. (2017). Leaders of Character: Striving Toward Virtuous Leadership. In Smith, Brazil, Cornwell, Britt, Bond, Eslinger, and Eljdid (Eds.), West Point Leadership (pp. 356-382). New York, NY: Rowan Technology Solutions.

Matthews, M. D. & Lerner, R. M. (2017). Leaders of Character: Striving Toward Virtuous Leadership. In Smith, Brazil, Cornwell, Britt, Bond, Eslinger, and Eljdid (Eds.), West Point Leadership (pp. 356-382). New York, NY: Rowan Technology Solutions.

Murray, E. D., Schaefer, H. S., Callina, K. S., Powers, J. J., Matthews, M. D., Burkhard, B. M., Ryan, D. M., & Lerner, R. M. (2020). Training character: Character attributes and performance profiles among cadets at the United States Military Academy. The Journal of Positive Psychology. DOI:10.1080/17439760.2019.1689414.

Murray, E. D., Burkhard, B. M., Schaefer, H. S., Ryan, D. M., Farina, A. G., Cook, C., Powers, J. J., Matthews, M.C., & Lerner, R. M. (2019). Toward a developmental approach to measuring the development of character: Perspectives from Project Arête. The Journal of Character and Leadership Development, 6(2), 22-33.

Murray, E.D., Berkowitz, M.W., & Lerner, R.M. (2019). Leading with and for character: The implications of current character education practices for military leadership. The Journal of Character and Leadership Development, 6(1), 33-42.

Murray, E.D. (2017). Intellectual Humility, Arrogance, and Openness: Investigating the Psychometric Properties of a Self-Report Measure of Intellectual Virtue. Unpublished Thesis,Tufts University, Medford, MA, United States.

Powers, J. (2019). Relation of Empathy and Leadership Styles of Cadets at USMA (Unpublished master’s thesis). Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts.

Schaefer, H.S., Callina, K.S., Powers, J., Kobylski, G., Ryan, D., & Lerner, R.M. (in press). Examining Diversity in Developmental Trajectories of Cadets’ Performance and Character at the United States Military Academy. Journal of Character Education.

Schaefer, H.S., Yunker, C.A., Callina, K.S., Burkhard, B., Ryan, D., & Lerner, R.M. (2019). Indexing character in the context of sport participation at the United States Military Academy: The Character in Sport Index. Journal of College and Character. 20(4), 287-309.

Schaefer, H.S., Gist, N., Bigelman, K, Coelho, J., Proctor, E.S., & Lerner, R.M. (in press). Tough teams and optimistic individuals: The intersecting roles of group and individual attributes in helping to predict physical performance. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied.

Manuscripts in preparation

Farina, A. (in preparation). Risk-Taking and Goal-Directed Behavior: How decision-making science can inform intentional self-regulation theory.

Murray, E.D. (in preparation). Understanding lifelong learning in early adulthood: A longitudinal model of cadet intellectual humility at the United States Military Academy.

Schaefer, H.S., Farina, A., Cotting, D.I., Proctor, E. S., Cook, C., & Lerner, R.M.. (under review) The benefits and liabilities of risk-taking propensity and confidence at the at the United States Military Academy. 

Schaefer, H.S., Cotting, D.I., Murray, E.D., Ryan, D.M., & Lerner, R.M.. (in prep) The costs of hypermasculinity: How sexist beliefs, dominance, and emotional overcontrol are differentially associated with negative professional outcomes among men at the United States Military Academy. 

Schaefer, H.S., Gist, N., Bigelman, K., Ryan, D.M., & Lerner, R.M.. (in prep) But how many push-ups can she do? The influence of sexist beliefs on peer ratings in a military setting.

Weimer, L., et al. (in preparation). Do you see what I see? How Self-Perceptions of Purpose and Identity Predict Performance.

Presentations

2019

Murray, E.D., & Lerner, R.M. (November 2019). Understanding Lifelong Learning with a Life-span Approach: A Longitudinal Model of Intellectual Humility. Association for Moral Education. Seattle, WA. Paper.

Murray, E.D. (August 2019). Longitudinal relations between intellectual humility and peer connection. American Psychological Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. Paper.

Murray, E.D., & Tirrell, J.M. (January 2019). Virtue and the specificity principle: An integrative approach to understanding character. Jubilee Conference for Character and Virtues: Virtues: Local or Universal? Oxford, UK. Paper.

2018

Burkhard, B. Callina, K. S., Murray, E., Powers, J., Lerner, R. M. (2018, October). Character in context: Character structure among United States Military Academy cadets. Society for Research in Child Development Special Topics Meeting on Character Development, Philadelphia, PA. Poster.

Callina, K. S.& Murray, E. D. (October 2018). Character in Context: Character Structure among United States Military Academy Cadets. Society for Research in Child Development Special Topics Meeting in Promoting Character, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Poster.

Lerner, R. M. (April 2018). Where Are We Going and How Do We Get There? Character, Virtue, and Thriving. Society for Research on Adolescence, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Panelist participant.

Murray, E. D.(October 2018). The Case of the Floppy-Eared Rabbits: An Intellectual Character Intervention in Middle School. Society for Research in Child Development Special Topics Meeting in Promoting Character, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Poster.

Murray, E. D.(April 2018). Leaders of Character: Predicting Performance and Assessing Values at the United States Military Academy. Society for Research on Adolescence, Minneapolis. Poster.

2017

Callina, K. S. (2017, October). Project Arete: A Study of Character and Leadership Development among Cadets at the United States Military Academy. Keynote address at the International Military Testing Association, Bern, Switzerland.

Murray, E. D. (2017, November). Intellectual humility and self-concept clarity: Accurate self-perception of knowledge and positive functioning. Paper presented at the Association for Moral Education Conference, St. Louis.

Murray, E. D. (2017, January). A matter of uncertainty: The Berlin model of wisdom and its intersection with intellectual humility. Paper presented at the Jubilee Conference for Character and Virtues: Character, Wisdom and Virtue Conference, Oxford, UK.

2016

Callina, K. S. (2016, July). Influences on the Development of Character. Paper presented at the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Workshop on Approaches to the Development of Character, Washington, DC.

Callina, K. S. (2016, August). The West Point Longitudinal Study: An Introduction. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Murray, E. D., Callina, K. S., & Lerner, R. M. (2016, August). Admissions requirements and character virtues at the United States Military Academy: Initial findings from Project Arete. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Murray, E. D. (2016, December). Leaders of character: Virtue development in post-secondary education. Paper presented at the Association for Moral Education Conference, Boston.

Murray, E. D., Callina, K. S., & Lerner, R. M. (2016, December). Leaders of character: Perceptions of stakeholders at the United States Military Academy. Paper presented at the Association for Moral Education Conference, Boston.

Murray, E. D., & Kelly, D. (2016, August) Character development and leadership among West Point cadets: Findings from the plebe class of 2015. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Denver.

Murray, E. D., Callina, K. S., & Lerner, R. M. (August, 2016). Admissions requirements and character virtues at the United States Military Academy: Initial findings from Project Arete. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Denver.

Other Media/Public Engagement

Dr. Lerner presented to the Behavioral Sciences and Leadership department in November, 2018. Title: On the Future Development of Young Adult Development: Implications for Teaching, Training, and Research at USMA.

Professor Matthews posted about the project on his Psychology Today blog, “Head Strong,” in May and November; read the posts here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/head-strong/201805/teaching-and-developing-character ; and here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/head-strong/201811/investigating-the-character-developing-leaders

Professor Matthews posted on his Psychology Today blog, “Head Strong,” in December; read it here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/head-strong/201612/project-arete

Professor Matthews published a new post on Psychology Today; read it here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/head-strong/201703/developing-leaders-west-point

Professor Matthews wrote a piece for Psychology Today about grit, talent, and character. Read it here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/head-strong/201705/grit-talent-and-character

While still a doctoral student, Dr. Murray presented at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in August of 2018, with the title: Longitudinal Models of Intellectual Humility (IH): Estimation using Latent Growth Curve Models and Continuous Time Structural Equation Modeling.

While still a doctoral student, Dr. Elise Murray was featured in an interview for The Virtue Blog, an online publication of a virtue ethics research group at the University of Chicago. Please read the full story here: https://thevirtueblog.com/2017/07/06/interview-with-elise-murray-summer-session-participant/

Theses and Dissertations

Arbeit, M. R. (defended dissertation) Developing Leaders of Character and Preventing Sexual Violence in the U.S. Military: Towards a Model of Respectful Sexuality.

Murray, E. D. (defended dissertation). Longitudinal Trajectories of Intellectual Humility Development: An Investigation of Cadets at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Cook, C. (dissertation in preparation). The Tug of War: The Intertwined Nature of Cooperation, Competition, And Crucible Experiences at the United States Military Academy.

Farina, A. (dissertation in preparation). Naturalistic Intentional Self-Regulation: Accounting for experience in goal directed behavior

Weimer, L. (dissertation in preparation), Does Leader Development Work? How performance improvement varies by development approach.

The Self, Virtue & Public Life Project at the University of Oklahoma