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Jean-Philippe Laurenceau is the Unidel A. Gilchrist Sparks III Chair in the Social Sciences and Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences at UD as well as Senior Research Scientist at Christiana Care Health System's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center and Research Institute. He completed his B.A. cum laude at Cornell University and received his master's and doctorate degrees from The Pennsylvania State University. His interests focus on understanding the processes by which partners in marital and romantic relationships develop and maintain intimacy within the context of everyday life. His methodological interests include intensive longitudinal methods and applications of modern methods for the analysis of change in individuals and dyads. More recently, Prof. Laurenceau has been studying how couples cope with and maintain connection amidst health-related adversity, including breast cancer and diabetes.
Prof. Laurenceau has been an appointed member of the Social, Personality, and Interpersonal Processes grant review panel of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and has served on the editorial boards of Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Journal of Family Psychology, and Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. In addition to having been the recipient of an NIH K01 Research Scientist Development Award, Prof. Laurenceau has been principal investigator or co-investigator on NIH-funded research projects granted by the National Institute of Mental Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, and the National Cancer Institute. He regularly teaches methodological workshops at the University of Michigan's Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research and at Penn State's Summer Institute for Longitudinal Methods. Prof. Laurenceau is the co-author of the Guilford Press 2013 book Intensive Longitudinal Methods: An Introduction to Diary and Experience Sampling Research.
Pennsylvania State University
Psychological Statistics II (Regression Analysis)
PSYC878: Hierarchical Linear Modeling
PSYC867: Structural Equation Modeling
Dr. Laurenceau's Google Scholar Link
Soriano, E. C., Perndorfer, C., Siegel, S. D., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2019). Threat sensitivity and fear of cancer recurrence: A daily diary study of reactivity and recovery as patients and spouses face the first mammogram post-diagnosis. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 37, 131-144.
Perndorfer, C., Soriano, E. C., Siegel, S. D., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2019). Everyday protective buffering predicts intimacy and fear of cancer recurrence in couples coping with early-stage breast cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 28, 317–323.
Soriano, E. C., Valera, R., Pasipanodya, E. C., Otto, A. K., Siegel, S. D., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2019). Checking behavior, fear of recurrence, and daily triggers in breast cancer survivors. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 53, 244–254.
Otto, A. K., Soriano, E. C., Siegel, S. D., LoSavio, S. T., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2018). Assessing the relationship between fear of cancer recurrence and health care utilization in early-stage breast cancer survivors. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 12, 775–785.
Soriano, E. C., Pasipanodya, E. C., LoSavio, S. T., Otto, A. K., Perndorfer, C., Siegel, S. D., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2018). Social constraints and fear of recurrence in couples coping with early-stage breast cancer. Health Psychology, 37, 874-884.
Brown, E. D., Garnett, M., Anderson, K., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2017). Can the arts get under the skin? Arts and cortisol for economically disadvantaged children. Child Development, 88, 1368-1381.
Dwyer, L., Bolger, N., Laurenceau, J.-P., Patrick, H., Oh, A., Nebeling, L., & Hennessy, E. (2017). Autonomous motivation and fruit/vegetable intake in parent-adolescent dyads. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 52, 863-871.
Otto, A. K., Szczesny, E. C., Soriano, E. C., Laurenceau, J.-P., & Siegel, S. D. (2016). Effects of a randomized gratitude intervention on death-related fear of recurrence in breast cancer survivors. Health Psychology, 35, 1320-1328.
Fowers, B. J., Laurenceau, J.-P., Penfield, R., Cohen, L. M., Owenz, M., & Pasipanodya, E. (2016). Enhancing relationship quality measurement: The development of the Relationship Flourishing Scale. Journal of Family Psychology, 30, 997-1007.
Jongerling, J., Laurenceau, J.-P., & Hamaker, E. L. (2015). A multilevel AR(1) model: Allowing for inter-individual differences in trait-scores, inertia, and innovation variance. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 50, 334–349.
Bernard, K., Peloso, M., Laurenceau, J.-P., Zhang, Z., & Dozier, M. (2015). Examining change in cortisol patterns during the 10-week transition to a new childcare setting. Child Development, 86, 456-471.
Bolger, N., & Laurenceau, J.-P. (2013). Intensive longitudinal methods: An introduction to diary and experience sampling research. New York: Guilford Press. (http://www.intensivelongitudinal.com)
Belcher, A. J., Laurenceau, J.-P., Graber, E. C., Cohen, L. H., Dasch-Yee, K. B., & Siegel, S. D. (2011). Daily support in couples coping with early-stage breast cancer: Maintaining intimacy during adversity. Health Psychology, 30, 665–673.
Graber, E. C., Laurenceau, J.-P., & Carver, C. S. (2011). Integrating the dynamics of personality and close relationship processes: Methodological and data analytic implications. [Special issue: Understanding How Personality Operates in the Social World] Journal of Personality, 79, 1403–1439.
Laurenceau, J.-P., Feldman Barrett, L., & Rovine, M. J. (2005). The interpersonal process model of intimacy in marriage: A daily-diary and multilevel modeling approach. Journal of Family Psychology 19, 314-323.
Laurenceau, J.-P., & Bolger, N. (2005). Using diary methods to study marital and family processes. [Special Issue on Methodology in Family Science] Journal of Family Psychology, 19, 86-97.
Laurenceau, J.-P., Feldman Barrett, L. A., & Pietromonaco, P. R. (1998). Intimacy as an interpersonal process: The importance of self-disclosure and perceived partner responsiveness in interpersonal exchanges. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74, 1238-1251.
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