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Jennifer Sarah Daks, M.A.

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  1. Peltz JS, Crasta D, Daks JS, Rogge RD. Shocks to the system: The influence of COVID-19-related stressors on coparental and family functioning. Dev Psychol. 2021 Oct; 57(10):1693-1707. PMID: 34807690.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCellsPHPublic Health
  2. Ali R, Hoque E, Duberstein P, Schubert L, Razavi SZ, Kane B, Silva C, Daks JS, Huang M, Van Orden K. Aging and Engaging: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of an Online Conversational Skills Coach for Older Adults. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2021 08; 29(8):804-815. PMID: 33308893.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  3. Crasta D, Daks JS, Rogge RD. Modeling suicide risk among parents during the COVID-19 pandemic: Psychological inflexibility exacerbates the impact of COVID-19 stressors on interpersonal risk factors for suicide. J Contextual Behav Sci. 2020 Oct; 18:117-127. PMID: 32923357.
    Citations: 10     
  4. Daks JS, Peltz JS, Rogge RD. Psychological flexibility and inflexibility as sources of resiliency and risk during a pandemic: Modeling the cascade of COVID-19 stress on family systems with a contextual behavioral science lens. J Contextual Behav Sci. 2020 Oct; 18:16-27. PMID: 32834972.
    Citations: 28     
  5. Peltz JS, Daks JS, Rogge RD. Mediators of the association between COVID-19-related stressors and parents' psychological flexibility and inflexibility: The roles of perceived sleep quality and energy. J Contextual Behav Sci. 2020 Jul; 17:168-176. PMID: 32834971.
    Citations: 13     
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