Jonathan Santo, PhD
- Associate Professor
- Arts & Sciences Hall 347 S
- Tel: 402.554.4056
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.unomaha.edu/college-of-arts-and-sciences/psychology/about-us/directory/jonathan-santo.php
Adolescent Development, Statistics, Cross-Cultural Psychology
Adolescent identity development, Moderators of the depressive effects of peer victimization, Cross-cultural differences in peer relations
Ph.D., Psychology (Research concentration), Concordia University (2009), Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dissertation: Adolescent Self-Concept, Peer Relations and Context: An Ecological Systems Theory Approach.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Santo J.B., Saldarriaga L.M., Velásquez A.M., Meyer, F. & Bukowski W.M. (in press). Correlates of Early Adolescent Friend Choice Order in a Colombian Sample: Interactions Between Friend, Individual and Contextual Prosocial Behavior and Aggression. Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies.
Chen, B. & Santo J.B. (in press). The Relationships Between Anxious and Unsociable Withdrawal and Peer Difficulties: The Moderating Role of Insecure Attachment. International Journal of Developmental Development.
Buttner, A., Thompson, B., Strasser, R. & Santo J.B. (2015). Evidence for a synchronization of hormonal states between humans and dogs during competition. Physiology & Behavior, 147, 54–62.
Cortese, M. J., Hacker, S., Schock, J., & Santo, J. B. (2014). Is reading-aloud performance in megastudies systematically influenced by the list context?. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, (ahead-of-print), 1-12.
Schneider, B.H., Manetti, M., Frattini, L., Rania, Santo J.B., Coplan, R.J. & Cwinn, E. (2014). Successful Transition to Elementary School and the Implementation of Facilitative Practices Specified in the Reggio-Emilia Philosophy. School Psychology International, Vol. 35(5) 447–462.
Santo J.B., da Cunha, J., Saldarriaga L.M., Recchia H., Martin-Storey A., Bukowski W.M., Lopez L.S. & Carmago, G. (2013). Measurement Invariance of Self-Continuity Strategies: Comparisons of Early Adolescents from Brazil, Canada, and Colombia.European Journal of Developmental Psychology (special section on instruments and procedures for developmental research), Vol. 10(4), 518-525.
Burr A., Santo J.B., & Pushkar D. (2013). Investigating the Portrait Values Questionnaire at Two Transitions in Adulthood: Retirement and University. Quality & Quantity.
Ellenbogen M.A., Linnen A.M., Santo J.B., aan het Rot, M., Hodgins S. & Young, S. (2013). Salivary cortisol and interpersonal functioning: An event-contingent recording study in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38(7), 997-1006.
Santo J.B., Bukowski W.M., Lopez L.S., Carmago, G., Mayman S.B. & Adams, R. E. (2013). Factors underlying contextual variations in the structure of the self: Differences related to SES, gender, culture and “majority/“non-majority” status during early adolescence. Journal of Research on Adolescence (special issue on adolescents in the majority world), 23(1), 69-80.
Mustoe, A., Birnie, A. K., Korgan, A.C., Santo J.B., French, J. A. (2012). Natural variation in gestational cortisol is associated with patterns of growth in marmoset monkeys (Callithrix geoffroyi). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 175(3), 519-226.
Pullen, C. A., Yates, B. C., Santo J.B., Dizona, P.J., Boeckner, L., Hageman, P.A., Walker, S., N. (2012). Effects of a Wellness for Women Intervention on Healthy Eating Behavior in Midlife Rural Women. Social Science and Medicine, 75, 659-667.
Reiter-Palmon, R., Robinson, E., Kaufman, L & Santo J.B. (2012). Is Self Evaluation of Creativity a Useful Criterion? Creativity Research Journal, 24, 107-114.
Stone, T., Santo, J. B., & Wittich, W. (2012). Mediating and moderating effects on the association between vision loss and depression among older adults, Insight: Research and Practice in Visual Impairment and Blindness, 5(1), 30-37.
Adams, R.E., Santo J.B. & Bukowski W.M. (2011). The Presence of a Best Friend Buffers the Effects of Negative Experiences.Developmental Psychology, 47(6), 1786-1791.
Alexander, M., Santo J.B., Cunha, J., Weber, L. & Russell, S.T. (2011). Effects of Homophobic Victimization vs. Non-homophobic Victimization on School Commitment and the Moderating effect of Teacher Attitudes. Journal of LGBT Youth, 8: 289-308.
Velásquez A.M., Santo J.B., Saldarriaga L.M., Lopez L.S., & Bukowski W.M. (2010) Context-Dependent Peer Victimization: Are physical and relational aggression tolerated differently in mixed-sex versus all-girl schools? Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 56(3): 283-302.
Ellenbogen M.A., Santo J.B., Linnen A.M., Walker C.D., & Hodgins S. (2010). High cortisol levels in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder during two weeks of daily sampling. Bipolar Disorders, 12(1): 77-86.
Bukowski, W.M., Schwartzman, A., Santo, J.B., Bagwell, C. & Adams, R. (2009). Reactivity and distortions in the self: Narcissism, types of aggression, and the functioning of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis during early adolescence.Development and Psychopathology, 21(4): 1249-1262.
Burr A., Santo J.B., & Pushkar D. (2009). Affective Well-Being in the Retirement Transition: Money, Health, and the Role of Values Over Three Years. Journal of Happiness Studies, 12(1): 17-40.
Bukowski W.M., Adams R.E., & Santo J.B. (2006). Recent advances for Developmental Psychopathology in the study of social and personal experiences. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30(1): 26-30.
Boivin D.B., James F.O., Caliyurt O., Santo J.B., & Chalk C. (2003). Non-24-hour sleep-wake syndrome following a car accident. Neurology, 60(11), 1841-1843.
Santo J.B., Saldarriaga L.M. & Bukowski W.M. (in press). International and comparative peer. In Köhler, Krüger & Pfaff (eds).Handbook of Peer-Research. Barbara Budrich Publishers.
Santo J.B., & Bass E.C. (in press). Self and Peer Reports. In Hopkins, Geangu & Linkenauger (eds). Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development. Cambridge University Press.
Saldarriaga L.M., Velásquez A.M., Santo J.B., Chaux E. & Bukowski W.M. (2009). School aggression in Colombia and El Salvador: Contextual variations in frequencies and effects. In Lisboa & Berger (eds). El Estudio de la Agresión en Latinoamérica (The study of Aggression in Latin-America.) Santiago: Editorial Universitaria: 85-108.
Bukowski W.M., Adams R.E., & Santo J.B. (2006). Research on peers and adolescent development: What’s doing in North America? German Yearbook on Adolescence. VS Verlag, für Sozialwissenschaften, GWV Fachverlage, GmbH, Wiesbaden: 95-106.
Boivin D.B., & Santo J.B. (2003). Circadian rhythm sleep disorders related to an abnormal escape of the sleep-wake cycle. In: M. Billiard (ed). Sleep: Physiology, Investigations and Medicine. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Norwell (MA): 493-512.
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