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- B.A. Psychology, University of Arizona, 2008
- B.S. Human Development and Aging, University of Arizona, 2008
- M.A. Psychology, University of Southern California, 2010
Saxbe, D. E., Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2012). Understanding family conflict: Theoretical frameworks and directions for future research. pp. 169-189. New York: Routledge.
Arbel, R., Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2015). Cortisol Reactions During Family Conflict Discussions: Influences of Wives’ and Husbands’ Exposure to Family-of-Origin Aggression. Psychology of Violence. Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2015). Military Service Absences and Family Members' Mental Health: A Timeline Followback Assessment. Journal of Family Psychology. Vol. 29 (4), pp. 642-648. Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2015). Parental incarceration, transnational migration, and military deployment: Family process mechanisms of youth adjustment to temporary parent absence. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. Vol. 18 (1), pp. 24-49. Saxbe, D. E., Ramos, M. C., Timmons, A. C., Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2014). A path modeling approach to understanding family conflict: Reciprocal patterns of parent coercion and adolescent avoidance. Journal of Family Psychology. Vol. 28 (3), pp. 415-420. Saxbe, D. E., Margolin, G., Shapiro, L. S., Ramos, M. C., Rodriguez, A. J., Iturralde, E. (2014). Relative influences: Patterns of HPA axis concordance during triadic family interaction. Health Psychology. Vol. 33 (3), pp. 273-281. Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2013). Wives' and husbands' cortisol reactivity to proximal and distal dimensions of couple conflict. Family Process. Vol. 52 (3), pp. 555-569. PubMed Web Address Rodriguez, A. J., Margolin, G. (2011). Siblings of military servicemembers: A qualitative exploration of individual and family systems reactions. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Vol. 42, pp. 316-323. Rodriguez, A. J., Holleran, S. E., Mehl, M. R. (2010). Reading between the lines: The lay assessment of subclinical depression from written self-descriptions. Journal of Personality. Vol. 78, pp. 575-598.
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