Selected Publications 
(Note: +denotes current or past graduate students)

+Whitehead, M., & Suveg, C.  (in press).  Difficulties in emotion regulation differentiate obsessive-compulsive, depressive, and the co-occurrence of these symptoms.  Anxiety, Stress, and Coping.

Thomassin, K., Suveg, C., +Davis, M., Lavner, J., & Beach, S.R.H.  (in press).  The role of the coparenting system and children’s emotion dysregulation in the link between parent and child depressive symptoms.  Family Process.

+Jones, A., & +Suveg, C.  (in press).  Flying under the radar:  School reluctance in anxious youth.  School Mental Health.

+Davis, M., & Suveg, C.  (2014).  Focusing on the positive:  A review of the role of positive affect in developmental psychopathology.  Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 17, 97-124.

+Davis, M., Suveg, C., & Shaffer, A. (2015). Maternal positive affect mediates the link between family risk and preschoolers’ positive affect.  Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 46, 167-175.

Peris, T.S., Compton, S., Kendall, P.C., Birmaher, B., Sherrill, J., March, J., Gosch, E., Ginsburg, G., Rynn, M., McCracken, J.T., Keeton, C., Sakolskly, D., Suveg, C., Aschenbrand, S., Almirall, D., Iyengar, S., Walkup, J., Albano, A., & Piacentini, J. (2015).  Trajectories of change in youth anxiety during cognitive-behavior therapy.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 83, 239-252.

Suveg, C., Jacob, M., +Karsai, M., +Jones, A., & Kingery, J.  (2014).  A model-based cluster analysis of social experiences in anxious youth:  Links to emotional functioning.  Anxiety, Stress, and Coping, 27, 494-508.

+Davis, M., & Suveg, C.  (2014).  Focusing on the positive:  A review of the role of positive affect in developmental psychopathology.   Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 17, 97-124.

+Jacob, M., +Whitehead, M., & Suveg, C.  (2014).  Relations between emotional and social functioning in children with anxiety disorders.  Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 45, 519-532.

+Thomassin, K., & Suveg, C.  (2014).  Reciprocal positive affect and well-regulated, adjusted children: A unique contribution of fathers.  Parenting: Science and Practice, 14, 28-46.