Jeremy C. Biesanz
Jeremy C. Biesanz
Professor of Psychology, University of British Columbia
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The role of coding time in estimating and interpreting growth curve models.
JC Biesanz, N Deeb-Sossa, AA Papadakis, KA Bollen, PJ Curran
Psychological methods 9 (1), 30, 2004
The frequency, trajectories and predictors of adolescent recurrent pain: a population-based approach
EA Stanford, CT Chambers, JC Biesanz, E Chen
Pain 138 (1), 11-21, 2008
Assessing mediational models: Testing and interval estimation for indirect effects
JC Biesanz, CF Falk, V Savalei
Multivariate Behavioral Research 45 (4), 661-701, 2010
Family and social risk, and parental investments during the early childhood years as predictors of low-income children's school readiness outcomes
RS Mistry, AD Benner, JC Biesanz, SL Clark, C Howes
Early childhood research quarterly 25 (4), 432-449, 2010
Socioeconomic status, parental investments, and the cognitive and behavioral outcomes of low-income children from immigrant and native households
RS Mistry, JC Biesanz, N Chien, C Howes, AD Benner
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 23 (2), 193-212, 2008
Family income and its relation to preschool children's adjustment for families in the NICHD Study of Early Child Care.
RS Mistry, JC Biesanz, LC Taylor, M Burchinal, MJ Cox
Developmental psychology 40 (5), 727, 2004
What is beautiful is good and more accurately understood: Physical attractiveness and accuracy in first impressions of personality
GL Lorenzo, JC Biesanz, LJ Human
Psychological science 21 (12), 1777-1782, 2010
Rehabilitative day treatment vs. supported employment: I. Vocational outcomes
RE Drake, DR Becker, JC Biesanz, WC Torrey, GJ McHugo, PF Wyzik
Community Mental Health Journal 30 (5), 519-532, 1994
Causal inference and generalization in field settings: Experimental and quasi-experimental designs.
SG West, JC Biesanz, SC Pitts
Cambridge University Press, 2000
The social accuracy model of interpersonal perception: Assessing individual differences in perceptive and expressive accuracy
JC Biesanz
Multivariate behavioral research 45 (5), 853-885, 2010
What do you learn about someone over time? The relationship between length of acquaintance and consensus and self-other agreement in judgments of personality.
JC Biesanz, SG West, A Millevoi
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (1), 119, 2007
Towards understanding assessments of the Big Five: Multitrait‐multimethod analyses of convergent and discriminant validity across measurement occasion and type of observer
JC Biesanz, SG West
Journal of personality 72 (4), 845-876, 2004
Daily cognitive appraisals, daily affect, and long-term depressive symptoms: The role of self-esteem and self-concept clarity in the stress process
SC Lee-Flynn, G Pomaki, A DeLongis, JC Biesanz, E Puterman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (2), 255-268, 2011
Through the looking glass clearly: accuracy and assumed similarity in well-adjusted individuals' first impressions.
LJ Human, JC Biesanz
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (2), 349, 2011
Targeting the good target: An integrative review of the characteristics and consequences of being accurately perceived
LJ Human, JC Biesanz
Personality and Social Psychology Review 17 (3), 248-272, 2013
Day treatment versus supported employment for persons with severe mental illness: a replication study.
RE Drake, DR Becker, JC Biesanz, PF Wyzik, WC Torrey
Psychiatric Services (Washington, DC) 47 (10), 1125-1127, 1996
The test-retest reliability of standardized instruments among homeless persons with substance use disorders.
RE Drake, GJ McHugo, JC Biesanz
Journal of studies on alcohol 56 (2), 161-167, 1995
Misunderstanding the affective consequences of everyday social interactions: The hidden benefits of putting one's best face forward.
EW Dunn, JC Biesanz, LJ Human, S Finn
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (6), 990, 2007
The cost of forming more accurate impressions: Accuracy-motivated perceivers see the personality of others more distinctively but less normatively than perceivers without an …
JC Biesanz, LJ Human
Psychological Science 21 (4), 589-594, 2010
Two cross-platform programs for inferences and interval estimation about indirect effects in mediational models
CF Falk, JC Biesanz
Sage Open 6 (1), 2158244015625445, 2016
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