Kate E. Walton
Kate E. Walton
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Patterns of mean-level change in personality traits across the life course: a meta-analysis of longitudinal studies.
BW Roberts, KE Walton, W Viechtbauer
Psychological bulletin 132 (1), 1, 2006
What do conscientious people do? Development and validation of the Behavioral Indicators of Conscientiousness (BIC)
JJ Jackson, D Wood, T Bogg, KE Walton, PD Harms, BW Roberts
Journal of research in personality 44 (4), 501-511, 2010
Conscientiousness and health across the life course
BW Roberts, KE Walton, T Bogg
Review of General psychology 9 (2), 156-168, 2005
On the relationship between substance use and personality traits: Abstainers are not maladjusted
KE Walton, BW Roberts
Journal of Research in Personality 38 (6), 515-535, 2004
A lexical investigation of the lower-order structure of conscientiousness
BW Roberts, T Bogg, KE Walton, OS Chernyshenko, SE Stark
Journal of Research in Personality 38 (2), 164-178, 2004
Not all conscientiousness scales change alike: a multimethod, multisample study of age differences in the facets of conscientiousness.
JJ Jackson, T Bogg, KE Walton, D Wood, PD Harms, J Lodi-Smith, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (2), 446, 2009
Cyberchondria: parsing health anxiety from online behavior
ER Doherty-Torstrick, KE Walton, BA Fallon
Psychosomatics 57 (4), 390-400, 2016
Personality traits change in adulthood: reply to Costa and McCrae (2006).
BW Roberts, KE Walton, W Viechtbauer
American Psychological Association 132 (1), 29, 2006
Mechanisms of health: Education and health-related behaviours partially mediate the relationship between conscientiousness and self-reported physical health
J Lodi-Smith, J Jackson, T Bogg, K Walton, D Wood, P Harms, ...
Psychology and Health 25 (3), 305-319, 2010
De‐investment in work and non‐normative personality trait change in young adulthood
BW Roberts, K Walton, T Bogg, A Caspi
European Journal of Personality: Published for the European Association of …, 2006
The dimensional nature of externalizing behaviors in adolescence: Evidence from a direct comparison of categorical, dimensional, and hybrid models
KE Walton, J Ormel, RF Krueger
Journal of abnormal child psychology 39, 553-561, 2011
Capturing abnormal personality with normal personality inventories: An item response theory approach
KE Walton, BW Roberts, RF Krueger, DM Blonigen, BM Hicks
Journal of personality 76 (6), 1623-1648, 2008
The impact of gender on the assessment of body checking behavior
L Alfano, T Hildebrandt, K Bannon, C Walker, KE Walton
Body image 8 (1), 20-25, 2011
The need for high-quality pre-service and inservice teacher training in social and emotional learning
D Murano, JD Way, JE Martin, KE Walton, C Anguiano-Carrasco, J Burrus
Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning 12 (2), 111-113, 2019
Personality traits predict irrational beliefs
SM Samar, KE Walton, W McDermut
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy 31, 231-242, 2013
Emotional valence and arousal effects on memory and hemispheric asymmetries
M Mneimne, AS Powers, KE Walton, DS Kosson, S Fonda, J Simonetti
Brain and cognition 74 (1), 10-17, 2010
Measuring social and emotional skills in elementary students: Development of self-report Likert, situational judgment test, and forced choice items
D Murano, AA Lipnevich, KE Walton, J Burrus, JD Way, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 169, 110012, 2021
On the validity of forced choice scores derived from the Thurstonian item response theory model
KE Walton, L Cherkasova, RD Roberts
Assessment 27 (4), 706-718, 2020
Associations between lower order facets of personality and dimensions of mental disorder
KE Walton, G Pantoja, W McDermut
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 40, 465-475, 2018
The intersectionality of race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status on social and emotional skills
YL Kuo, A Casillas, KE Walton, JD Way, JL Moore
Journal of Research in Personality 84, 103905, 2020
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