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Dr. Bourne’s scholarly research explores children’s social and emotional development and narrative ways of making sense of important autobiographical experiences. She conducts basic and applied research and uses multiple methods of assessment, including self-report, observational coding, psychophysiology, narrative coding, and speech signal processing methods (e.g., f0). She currently is collaborating with other scholars at the University of Delaware to research an attachment-based parenting intervention for families with young children.
Dr. Bourne enjoys teaching and mentoring students to become competent and confident scholars and researchers, with a focus on developing students’ methodological and statistical skills. She has taught Psychology courses at five higher education institutions and has lived in all major regions of the United States.
For her undergraduate education, Dr. Bourne attended Seattle University, majoring in English Literature and minoring in Women Studies and Philosophy. In past careers, she was a K-12 teacher, worked in higher ed administration (e.g., in the Dean of Students Office), and was a full-time researcher. Her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are in Psychology (Developmental Area) from the University of Utah.
Ph.D., University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
M.S., University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
B.A., Seattle University
Dr. Stacia Bourne’s Research Gate Profile.
Pasupathi, M., Wainryb, C., Oldroyd, K., Bourne, S.V.(in press). Storied lessons: Learning from anger in childhood by narrating. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
Smetana, J.G., Robinson, J., Bourne, S.V., Wainryb, C. (2019). "I didn't want to, but then I told": Adolescents' narratives regarding disclosure, concealment, and lying. Developmental Psychology, 55(2):403-414. doi:10.1037/dev0000646
Baucom, B.R.W., Baucom, K.J.W., Hogan, J.N., Crenshaw, A.O., Bourne, S.V., Crowell, S., Georgiou, P., & Goodwin, M. (2018). Cardiovascular reactivity during marital conflict in laboratory and naturalistic settings: Differential associations with relationship and individual functioning across contexts. Family Process, 57(3):662-678.doi:10.1111/famp.12353
Wainryb, C., Pasupathi, M., Bourne, S., & Oldroyd, K. (2018). Stories for all ages: Narrating anger reduces distress across childhood and adolescence. Developmental Psychology, 54(6):1072-1085. doi:10.1037/dev0000495
Pasupathi, M., Wainryb, C., Bourne, S., & Posada, R. (2017). Narrative construction of morality in adolescence among typically-developing and violence-exposed youth. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 37(2), 178-198. doi:10.1177/0276236617733826
Perry, N. S., Baucom, K. W., Bourne, S., Butner, J., Crenshaw, A. O., Hogan, J. N., & ... Baucom, B. W. (2017). Graphic Methods for Interpreting Longitudinal Dyadic Patterns From Repeated-Measures Actor–Partner Interdependence Models. Journal of Family Psychology, 31(5):592-603. doi:10.1037/fam0000293
Pasupathi, M., Wainryb, C., Mansfield, C. D., & Bourne, S. (2017). The feeling of the story: Narrating to regulate anger and sadness. Cognition and Emotion, 31(3):444-461. doi: 10.1080/02699931.2015.1127214
Wainryb, C., & Bourne, S. (2016). And I Shot Her: On War, and the Creation of Inequities in the Development of Youths' Moral Capacities. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 51, 257-287. doi:10.1016/bs.acdb.2016.05.003
Recchia, H. E., Wainryb, C., Bourne, S., & Pasupathi, M. (2015). Children's and Adolescents' Accounts of Helping and Hurting Others: Lessons About the Development of Moral Agency. Child Development, 86(3), 864-876. doi:10.1111/cdev.12349
Recchia, H. E., Wainryb, C., Bourne, S., & Pasupathi, M. (2014). The construction of moral agency in mother–child conversations about helping and hurting across childhood and adolescence. Developmental Psychology, 50(1), 34-44. doi:10.1037/a0033492
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