Sowa Hall 0119
Ph.D. - Developmental Psychology University of Notre Dame
Area(s) of Expertise:
Marital conflict, parent–child attachment, parenting, developmental psychopathology, and child externalizing problems
Warmuth, K. Cummings, E. Davies, P. (2021) A prospective longitudinal study of mother–child attachment and externalizing trajectories in boys and girls. Child Psychiatry & Human Development.
Warmuth, K. Caple, A. (2021) Differences in instructor, presenter, and audience ratings of PechaKucha and traditional student presentations. Teaching of Psychology.
Warmuth, K. (2021) PechaKucha as an alternative to traditional student presentations. Currents in Teaching and Learning.(12), 44-51.
Warmuth, K. Cummings, E. Davies, P. (2020) Constructive and destructive interparental conflict, problematic parenting practices, and children’s symptoms of psychopathology. Journal of Family Psychology.(34), 301-311.
Cummings, E. Warmuth, K. (2019) In M. Bornstein (Ed.), Parenting and attachment. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis
Warmuth, K. Cummings, E. Davies, P. (2018) Child behavioral dysregulation as a mediator between destructive marital conflict and children’s symptoms of psychopathology. Journal of Child and Family Studies.(27), 2004–2013.
Bergman, K. Cummings, E. Warmuth, K. (2016) In D. Narvaez, J. M. Braungart-Rieker, L. E. Miller-Graff, L. T. Gettler, & P. D. Hastings (Ed.), The benefits of marital conflict: Constructiveness and resolution as predictors of positive child outcomes. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press
Warmuth, K. Cummings, E. (2015) Examining developmental fit of the Adult Attachment Interview in adolescence. Developmental Review.(36), 200–218.Detailed CV