My current research examines the cognitive-affective processes that regulate behaviors within close relationships and which may affect the quality of relationship functioning and individual’s mental health. My research approaches the study of the individual and his or her relationships from a multi-level interdisciplinary perspective that integrates the study of attachment processes, research on executive control and self-regulation, and methodology and theory from cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
- Eigsti, I. M., Zayas, V., Mischel, W., Shoda, Y., Ayduk, O., Dadlani, M. B., Davidson, M. C., Aber, J. L., & Casey, B. J. (2006). Predicting cognitive control from preschool to late adolescence and young adulthood. Psychological Science, 17, 478-484.
- Zayas, V., & Shoda, Y. (2007). Predicting preferences for dating partners from past experiences of psychological abuse: Identifying the psychological ingredients of situations. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 123-138.
- Zayas, V., & Shoda, Y. (2005). Do automatic reactions elicited by thoughts of romantic partner, mother, and self relate to adult romantic attachment? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 1011-1025.
- Zayas, V., Shoda, Y., & Ayduk, O. N. (2002). Personality in context: An interpersonal systems perspective. Journal of Personality, 70, 851-898.
- Core Concepts in Social Psychology
- Introduction to Personality Psychology
- Research Methods
- Social Psychology of Human Relationships
- Social Psychology Seminar
Department of Psychology
240 Uris Hall
Ithaca, New York 14853
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