Sonya Negriff
Sonya Negriff
Research Scientist, Kaiser Permanente Southern California
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Pubertal timing, depression, and externalizing problems: A framework, review, and examination of gender differences
S Negriff, EJ Susman
Journal of Research on Adolescence 21 (3), 717-746, 2011
Child maltreatment and adolescent development
PK Trickett, S Negriff, J Ji, M Peckins
Journal of research on adolescence 21 (1), 3-20, 2011
Menstrual symptoms in adolescent girls: association with smoking, depressive symptoms, and anxiety
LD Dorn, S Negriff, B Huang, S Pabst, J Hillman, P Braverman, ...
Journal of adolescent Health 44 (3), 237-243, 2009
Depression and anxiety in adolescent females: the impact of sleep preference and body mass index
SR Pabst, S Negriff, LD Dorn, EJ Susman, B Huang
Journal of Adolescent health 44 (6), 554-560, 2009
The developmental pathway from pubertal timing to delinquency and sexual activity from early to late adolescence
S Negriff, EJ Susman, PK Trickett
Journal of youth and adolescence 40 (10), 1343-1356, 2011
Morningness/eveningness, pubertal timing, and substance use in adolescent girls
S Negriff, LD Dorn, SR Pabst, EJ Susman
Psychiatry Research 185 (3), 408-413, 2011
Exposure to peer delinquency as a mediator between self-report pubertal timing and delinquency: A longitudinal study of mediation
S Negriff, J Ji, PK Trickett
Development and Psychopathology 23 (1), 293, 2011
Self-rated pubertal development, depressive symptoms and delinquency: Measurement issues and moderation by gender and maltreatment
S Negriff, MT Fung, PK Trickett
Journal of youth and adolescence 37 (6), 736-746, 2008
The measurement of menstrual symptoms: factor structure of the menstrual symptom questionnaire in adolescent girls
S Negriff, LD Dorn, JB Hillman, B Huang
Journal of health psychology 14 (7), 899-908, 2009
Characterizing the sexual abuse experiences of young adolescents
S Negriff, JU Schneiderman, C Smith, JK Schreyer, PK Trickett
Child abuse & neglect 38 (2), 261-270, 2014
Morningness/eveningness and menstrual symptoms in adolescent females
S Negriff, LD Dorn
Journal of psychosomatic research 67 (2), 169-172, 2009
The relationship between pubertal timing and delinquent behavior in maltreated male and female adolescents
S Negriff, PK Trickett
The Journal of Early Adolescence 30 (4), 518-542, 2010
Childhood sexual abuse and early timing of puberty
JG Noll, PK Trickett, JD Long, S Negriff, EJ Susman, I Shalev, JC Li, ...
Journal of Adolescent Health 60 (1), 65-71, 2017
Overweight and obesity among maltreated young adolescents
JU Schneiderman, FE Mennen, S Negriff, PK Trickett
Child abuse & neglect 36 (4), 370-378, 2012
Child maltreatment and sexual risk behavior: Maltreatment types and gender differences
S Negriff, JU Schneiderman, PK Trickett
Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics: JDBP 36 (9), 708, 2015
Childhood maltreatment, pubertal development, HPA axis functioning, and psychosocial outcomes: An integrative biopsychosocial model
S Negriff, DE Saxbe, PK Trickett
Developmental psychobiology 57 (8), 984-993, 2015
A study of cortisol reactivity and recovery among young adolescents: Heterogeneity and longitudinal stability and change
J Ji, S Negriff, H Kim, EJ Susman
Developmental Psychobiology 58 (3), 283-302, 2016
Attenuated hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis functioning predicts accelerated pubertal development in girls 1 year later
DE Saxbe, S Negriff, EJ Susman, PK Trickett
Development and psychopathology 27 (3), 819-828, 2015
Longitudinal relations between depressive symptoms and externalizing behavior in adolescence: Moderating effects of maltreatment experience and gender
M Brensilver, S Negriff, FE Mennen, PK Trickett
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 40 (4), 607-617, 2011
Cortisol profiles: A test for adaptive calibration of the stress response system in maltreated and nonmaltreated youth—CORRIGENDUM
MK Peckins, EJ Susman, S Negriff, JG Noll, PK Trickett
Development and psychopathology 28 (4pt2), 1563-1564, 2016
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