Select Publications 2017-2020

Contributions to Edited Volumes

Shisler, S., Godleski, S., Molnar, D. S., & Eiden, R. (2020). Salivary bioscience research related to prenatal adversity. In M. K. Taylor & D. A. Granger (Eds.), Salivary Bioscience: Foundations of Interdisciplinary Saliva Research and Applications. Springer International.

Molnar, D. S., Sirois, F. M., Flett, G. L., Janssen, W. F., & Hewitt, P. L. (2017). Perfectionism and health: The roles of health behaviors and stress-related processes. In J. Stoeber (Ed.), The Psychology of Perfectionism: Theory, Research, Applications. London: Routledge.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Molnar, D. S., Flett, G. L., & Hewitt, P. L. (accepted). Perfectionism and perceived control in posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 

Schuetze, P., Molnar, D. S., Eiden, R. D., Shisler, S., Zhao, J., Coler, C. R., & Huestis, M. A. (accepted). The effect of prenatal adversity on externalizing behaviours at 24-months of age in a high-risk sample: Maternal sensitivity as a moderator. Infant Mental Health Journal. 

*Spadafora, N., Frijters, J., Molnar, D. S., & Volk, A. (in press). Do little annoyances relate to bullying? The links between personality, attitudes towards classroom incivility, and bullying. The Educational and Developmental Psychologist. 

Ettekal, I., Eiden, R. D., Nickerson, A. B., Molnar, D. S., & Schuetze, P. (2020). Developmental cascades to children’s conduct problems: The role of prenatal substance use, socioeconomic adversity, maternal depression and sensitivity, and children’s conscience. Developmental Psychopathology, 32(1), 85-103.

Molnar, D. S., Sirois, F. M., Flett, G. L., & Sadava, S. (2019). A person-oriented approach to multidimensional perfectionism: Perfectionism profiles in health and well-being. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 1-16.

Zinga, D., Molnar, D. S., Connolly, M., & Tacuri, N. (2019). Governed and liberated bodies: Lived experiences of competitive dancers. Special Issue in Journal of Childhood Studies, 44, 106-119.

Wade, T. J., O’Leary, D. D., Dempster, K. S., MacNeil, A. J., Molnar, D. S., McGrath, J., & Cairney, J. (2019). Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and cardiovascular development from childhood to early adulthood: Study protocol of the Niagara Longitudinal Heart Study. BMJ Open, 9(7), e030339.

Sirois, F.M., Nauts, S. Molnar D.S. (2018). Self-compassion and bedtime procrastination: An affect regulation perspective. Mindfulness. doi.org/10.1007/s12671-018-0983-3

Molnar, D. S., Granger, D.A., Shisler, S. & Eiden, R.D. (2018). Prenatal and postnatal cigarette and cannabis exposure: Effects on secretory immunoglobulin A in early childhood. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 67, 31-36.

Hoffarth, M.R., Hodson, G., & Molnar, D.S. (2018). When and why is religious attendance associated with antigay bias and gay rights opposition? A justification-suppression model approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,115, 526-563.

Sirois, F.M., & Molnar, D.S. (2017). Perfectionistic strivings and concerns are differentially associated with self-rated health beyond negative affect. Journal of Research in Personality, 70, 73-83. 

Molnar, D.S., Rancourt, D., Schlauch, R., Wen, X., Huestis, M.A., & Eiden, R.D. (2017). Tobacco exposure and conditional weight-for-length-gain by 2 years of age. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42, 679-688.

Sirois, F.M., Molnar, D.S., & Hirsch, J. (2017). A meta-analytic and conceptual update on the associations between procrastination and perfectionism. European Journal of Personality, 31, 137-159.

Shisler, S., Eiden, R.D., Molnar, D.S., Schuetze, P., Huestis, M., Homish, G. (2017). Smoking in pregnancy and fetal growth: The case for more intensive assessment.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 19(5), 525-531. PMID:28403474.

Bartel, S., Sherry, S., Molnar, D.S., Mushquash, A., Leonard, K., Flett, G.L., & Stewart, S. (2017). Do romantic partners influence each other’s heavy episodic drinking? Support for the partner influence hypothesis in a three-year longitudinal study. Addictive Behaviors, 69, 55-58.