Ashlea M. Klahr, Ph.D.
Ashlea M. Klahr, Ph.D.
Director, Health and Resilience Research; Office of People Analytics
Verified email at msu.edu
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Elucidating the Etiology of Individual Differences in Parenting: A Meta-Analysis of Behavioral Genetic Research.
AM Klahr, SA Burt
Psychological Bulletin, 2013
1482013
The association between parent–child conflict and adolescent conduct problems over time: Results from a longitudinal adoption study.
AM Klahr, M McGue, WG Iacono, SA Burt
Journal of abnormal psychology 120 (1), 46, 2011
1032011
Evocative gene–environment correlation in the mother–child relationship: A twin study of interpersonal processes
AM Klahr, KM Thomas, CJ Hopwood, KL Klump, SA Burt
Development and psychopathology 25 (1), 105, 2013
512013
The relationship between parent-child conflict and adolescent antisocial behavior: Confirming shared environmental mediation
AM Klahr, MA Rueter, M McGue, WG Iacono, SA Burt
Journal of abnormal child psychology 39 (5), 683, 2011
512011
A constructive replication of the association between the oxytocin receptor genotype and parenting.
AM Klahr, K Klump, SA Burt
Journal of Family Psychology 29 (1), 91, 2015
432015
Practitioner Review: Evaluation of the known behavioral heterogeneity in conduct disorder to improve its assessment and treatment
AM Klahr, SA Burt
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 55 (12), 1300-1310, 2014
412014
Maternal warmth and directiveness jointly moderate the etiology of childhood conduct problems
S Alexandra Burt, AM Klahr, MC Neale, KL Klump
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 54 (10), 1030-1037, 2013
302013
The etiology of the association between child antisocial behavior and maternal negativity varies across aggressive and non-aggressive rule-breaking forms of antisocial behavior
AM Klahr, KL Klump, SA Burt
Journal of abnormal child psychology 42 (8), 1299-1311, 2014
182014
Confirming the etiology of adolescent acting‐out behaviors: an examination of observer‐ratings in a sample of adoptive and biological siblings
SA Burt, AM Klahr, MA Rueter, M McGue, WG Iacono
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52 (5), 519-526, 2011
162011
Do non-shared environmental influences persist over time? An examination of days and minutes
SA Burt, AM Klahr, KL Klump
Behavior genetics 45 (1), 24-34, 2015
102015
Birth and adoptive parent antisocial behavior and parenting: A study of evocative gene–environment correlation
AM Klahr, SA Burt, LD Leve, DS Shaw, JM Ganiban, D Reiss, ...
Child development 88 (2), 505-513, 2017
82017
Do non-shared environmental influences persist over time? An examination of minutes
SA Burt, AM Klahr, K Klump
Behavior Genetics 42 (6), 922-923, 2012
12012
Does marital adjustment moderate genetic and environmental influences on parenting?
E LeDonne, AM Klahr, J Neiderhiser, K Klump, D Gorman-Smith, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 45 (6), 668-668, 2015
2015
Birth weight and externalizing problems across development: an MZ twin-differences study
AM Klahr, K Klump, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 44 (6), 665-665, 2014
2014
Elucidating the etiology of parenting behaviors
AM Klahr
Michigan State University, 2014
2014
Investigating internalizing disorders as a gene-environment interaction: Candidate genes and parental control
J Ortquist, AM Klahr, K Klump, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 43 (6), 535-535, 2013
2013
Exploring the intergenerational transmission of parenting behavior: A meta-analysis of the etiology of parenting
A Klahr, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 42 (6), 944-944, 2012
2012
Developmental Psychopathology
AM Klahr, SA Burt, M Nikolas
Academic Press, 2012
2012
Genetic and environmental influences in the moment: A twin study of interpersonal processes between mothers and children
AM Klahr, KM Thomas, KL Klump, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 41 (6), 916-916, 2011
2011
An examination of the etiological overlap between parent-child conflict and observer-rated antisocial behavior
AM Klahr, WG Iacono, M Mcgue, SA Burt
BEHAVIOR GENETICS 40 (6), 799-799, 2010
2010
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