Peer Reviewed Publications (list updated October 22, 2019); *indicates current or former Wooster undergraduate student

52. Karazsia, B. T., Kazak, A. E., & Palermo, T. M. (2019). Introduction to the special issue: Historical developments in pediatric psychology: Influence on contemporary research and practice. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 44, 749-753.

51. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Karazsia, B. T., Myers, R. E., et al. (in press). Surfing the urge: An informal mindfulness practice for the self-management of aggression by adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Contextual Behavior Science. Manuscript accepted October 19, 2018.

50. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Myers, R. E., Karazsia, B. T., et al. (2018). Effects of SOBER breathing space on aggression in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and collateral effects on parental use of physical restraints. Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 2, 362-374.

49. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Karazsia, B. T., Myers, R. E., Hwang, Y.-S., & Analayo, B. (2019). Effects of mindfulness-based positive behavior support (MBPBS) training are equally beneficial for mothers and their children with autism spectrum disorder or with intellectual disabilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 385.

48. *Williamson, G. & Karazsia, B.T. (2018). The effect of functionality-focused and appearance-focused images of models of mixed body sizes on women’s state-oriented body appreciation. Body Image, 24, 95-101.

47. Karazsia, B. T., & Berlin, K. S. (2018). Can a mediator moderate? Considering the role of time and change in the mediator-moderator distinction. Behavior Therapy49, 12-20.

46. Myers, R. E., Singh, N. N., Karazsia, B. T., Kim, E., Jackman, M. M., & McPherson, C. L. (2018). A telehealth parent-mediated health wellness intervention for adolescents and young adults with intellectual disabilities. Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 63, 195-203.

45. Karazsia, B. T. (2018). Editorial: New instructions for single subject research in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology43, 585-587.

44. Schurman, J. V., Karazsia, B. T., & Friesen, C. A. (2017). Examination of competing diagnostic models of functional gastrointestinal disorders related to pain in children. Neurogastroenterology and Motility, 27(e13126), 1-6.

43. Singh, N. N., Chan, J., Karazsia, B. T., McPherson, C. L., & Jackman, M. M. (2017). Telehealth training of teachers to teach a mindfulness-based procedure for self-management of aggressive behavior to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 63, 195-203.

42.Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G., Myers, R.E., Karazsia, B.T., Courtney, T.M., Nugent, K. (2017). A mindfulness-based intervention for self-management of verbal and physical aggression by adolescents with Prader-Willi syndrome. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 20, 253-260.

41. *Darling, K. E., Sato, A., & Karazsia, B. T. (2017). Does social support buffer the association between stress eating and weight gain during the transition to college? Differences by gender. Behavior Modification, 41, 368-381.

40. Karazsia, B.T., Murnen, S.K., & Tylka, T.L. (2017). Is body dissatisfaction changing across time? A cross-temporal meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 143, 293-320.

39. Grajal, A., Luebke, J.F., Clayton, S.,DeGregoria Kelly, L.-A., Matiasek, J., Clayton, S., Karazsia, B.T., … Mann, M.E. (2017). The complex relationship between personal sense of connection to animals and self-reported proenvironmental behaviors by zoo visitors. Conservation Biology, 31, 322-330.

38. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Karazsia, B. T., Chan, J., Winton, A. S. W. (2016). Effectiveness of caregiver training in mindfulness-based positive behavior supports (MBPBS) vs. training-as-usual (TAU): A randomized controlled trial.Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1549.

37. Karazsia, B.T., & *Smith, L. (2016). Preparing for graduate-level training in professional psychology: Comparisons across clinical Ph.D., counseling Ph.D. and clinical Psy.D. programs. Teaching of Psychology, 43, 305-313.

36.Karazsia, B.T. & Schultz, M.M. (2016). Could dissemination of effective psychotherapies prevent antidepressant contamination of water and aquatic organisms? Ecopsychology, 8, 89-95.

35. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G., Karazsia, B.T., & Myers, R.E. (2016). Caregiver training in mindfulness-based positive behavior supports (MBPBS): Effects on caregivers and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00098

34. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G.E., Karazsia, B.T., Felver, J.C., Myers, R.E., & Nugent, K. (2016). Effects of Samatha meditation on active academic engagement and math performance of students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Mindfulness, 7, 68-75.

33. Karazsia, B.T., & *Wong, K. (2016). Does training in table creation enhance table interpretation? A quasi-experimental study with follow-up. Teaching of Psychology43, 126-130.

32. Piazza-Wagonner, C., Karazsia, B.T., Hommel, K.A., & Modi, A.C. (2015). Commentary: Considerations for assessing competencies in pediatric psychology. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 3, 249-254.

31. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G.E., Karazsia, B.T., Myers, R.E., Winton, A.S.W., Latham, L.L., and Nugent, K. (2015).  Effects of training staff in MBPBS on the use of physical restraints, staff stress and turnover, staff and peer injuries, and cost effectiveness in developmental disabilities. Mindfulness, 6, 926-937.

30. Greenley, R.N., Karazsia, B.T., Schurman, J.V., Gumidyala, A.P., Nguyen, E.U., Thomason, M.M., Walter, J.G. … Kahn, S.A. (2015). Trajectories of oral medication adherence in youth with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Health Psychology. Manuscript accepted July 14, 2014.

29. *Benton, C., & Karazsia, B.T. (2015). The effect of thin and muscular images on women’s body satisfaction. Body Image: An International Journal of Research, 13, 22-27. Note: This publication is based on Catherine Benton’s Senior Independent Study at The College of Wooster.

28. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Winton, A. S. W., Karazsia, B.T., Myers, R. E., Latham, L. L., & Singh, J. (2014). Mindfulness-based positive behavior support (MBPBS) for mothers of adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Effects on adolescents’ behavior and parental stress. Mindfulness5, 646-657.

27. Singh, N. N., Lancioni, G. E., Myers, R. E., Karazsia, B. T., Winton, A. S. W., & Singh, J. (2014). A randomized controlled trial of a mindfulness-based smoking cessation program for individuals with mild intellectual disabilityInternational Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 12, 153-168.

26. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G. E., Winton, A.S.W., Karazsia, B.T., Wahler, R.G., & Singh, J. (2014). Shenpa and compassionate abiding: Mindfulness-based practices for anger and aggression by individuals with SchizophreniaInternational Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 12, 138-152.

25. Karazsia, B.T. & *Muller, A.P. (2014). Depictions of safety gear usage in the world’s most popular video games. Journal of Media Psychology, 26, 4-9. Note: Manuscript appears in Special Issue on “Trends in Health Communication”.

24. Karazsia, B.T., & Berlin, K.S. (2014). Adding practical tools to our toolbox: Introduction to the special issue on quantitative methodologies. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 39, 121-123. Note: Manuscript is part of a March 2014 special issue on Quantitative Methodologies.

23. Karazsia, B.T., Berlin, K. S., Armstrong, B., Janicke, D. M., & Darling, K. E. (2014). Integrating mediation and moderation to advance theory development and testing. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 39, 163-173. Note: Manuscript is part of a March 2014 special issue on Quantitative Methodologies.

22. Karazsia, B.T., Stavnezer, A.J., & *Reeves, J.W. (2013). Graduate training in clinical neuropsychology: The importance of undergraduate training. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 28, 711-720.

21. Karazsia, B.T., van Dulmen, M.H.M., *Wong, K., & Crowther, J. H.  (2013). Thinking meta-theoretically about the role of internalization in the development of body dissatisfaction and body change behaviorsBody Image: An International Journal of Research10, 433-441.

20. Karazsia, B.T., & Kirschman, K.J.B. (2013). Evidence based assessment of pediatric injury and injury riskJournal of Pediatric Psychology, 38, 829-845.

19. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G.E., Winton, A.S.W., Karazsia, B.T., & Singh, J. (2013). Mindfulness training for teachers changes the behavior of their preschool studentsResearch in Human Development, 10, 211-233.

18. Karazsia, B.T. (2013). Enhancing table interpretation skills via training in table creation. Teaching of Psychology, 40, 208-211.

17. Singh, N. N., Giulio, L. E., Karazsia, B. T., Singh, A. N. A., Singh, A. D. A., Singh, J., … Winton, A. S. W. (2013). Mindfulness-based treatment of aggression in individuals with intellectual disabilities: A waiting list control study. Mindfulness, 4, 158-167.

16. Singh, N.N., Lancioni, G.E., Winton, A.S.W., Karazsia, B.T., Singh, A.D.A., Singh, A.N.A., & Singh, J. (2013). A mindfulness-based smoking cessation program for individuals with mild intellectual disabilityMindfulness, 4, 148-157.

15. Karazsia, B.T., Crowther, J.H., & Galioto, R. (2013). Undergraduate men’s use of performance and appearance enhancing substances: An examination of the gateway hypothesis. Psychology of Men and Masculinity14, 129-137.

14. Guilfoyle, S.M., Karazsia, B.T., Langkamp, D.L., & Wildman, B.G. (2012). Supervision to prevent childhood unintentional injury: Developmental knowledge and self-efficacy count. Journal of Child Health Care, 16, 141-152.

13. Karazsia, B.T., Guilfoyle, S.M., & Wildman, B.G. (2012). The mediating role of child behavior on sex differences in pediatric injury risk. Child: Care, Health and Development, 38, 358-365.

12. Galioto, R., Karazsia, B.T., & Crowther (2012). Familial and peer modeling and verbal commentary: Associations with muscularity-oriented body dissatisfaction and body change behaviors. Body Image: An International Journal of Research, 9, 293-297.

11. Karazsia, B.T., & McMurtry, C.M. (2012). Graduate admissions in pediatric psychology: The importance of undergraduate training. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 37, 127-135.

10. Karazsia, B.T., & van Dulmen, M.H.M. (2011). The predictive validity of injury proxies: Predicting early adolescent injuries with assessments of minor injuries. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 33, 386-392.

9. Karazsia, B.T., & Crowther, J.H. (2010). Sociocultural and psychological links to men’s engagement in risky body change behaviors. Sex Roles, 63, 747-756.

8. Karazsia, B.T., & van Dulmen, M.H.M. (2010). Assessing injuries with proxies: Implications for concurrent relations and behavioral antecedents of pediatric injuries. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35, 51-60.

7. Lampe, E.M., Karazsia, B.T., & Wildman, B.G. (2009). Identification of families at risk for behavior problems in primary care settings. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 30, 518-524.

6. Karazsia, B.T., & Wildman, B.G. (2009). The mediating effects of parenting behaviors on maternal affect and reports of children’s behavior. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18, 342-349.

5. Karazsia, B.T., & Crowther, J.H. (2009). Social body comparison and internalization: Mediators of social influences on men’s drive for muscularity. Body Image: An International Journal of Research, 6, 105-112.

4. Karazsia, B.T., & van Dulmen, M.H.M. (2008). Regression models for count data: Illustrations using longitudinal predictors of childhood injury. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1076-1084.

3. Karazsia, B.T., & Crowther, J. H. (2008). Psychological and behavioral correlates of the SATAQ-3 with males. Body Image: An International Journal of Research, 5, 109-115.

2. Karazsia, B.T., van Dulmen, M.H., & Wildman, B.G. (2008). Confirmatory factor analysis of Arnold et al.’s Parenting Scale across race, age, and sex. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 17, 500-516.

1. Wildman, B.G., Bilfield, S., & Karazsia, B.T. (2006). Brief Report: The relationship between chronic illness and mental health treatment in pediatric primary care. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 813-817.


Book Chapters

Berlin, K.S., Karazsia, B.T., & Klages, K.L. (2017). Research design in pediatric psychology: The state of our science and future considerations (pp. 38-55). In M.C. Roberts & R.G. Steele (Eds.) Handbook of Pediatric Psychology, Fifth Edition. Guilford.

Murnen S. K., & Karazsia, B. T. (2017). A review of research on men’s body image and drive for muscularity. In R. F. Levant, & Y. J. Wong (Eds.) The Psychology of Men and Masculinities. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Brown Kirschman, K. J., & Karazsia, B.T. (2014). The role of pediatric psychology in health promotion and injury prevention (pp. 126-138). In M. C. Roberts, B. Aylward, & Y. Wu (Eds.) Clinical Practice of Pediatric Psychology. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Karazsia, B.T., & Peiper, K. (2011). A meta-analytic review of sociocultural influences on male body image (pp. 153-172). In S. B. Greene (Ed.) Body image: Perceptions, attitudes and interpretations. Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Publishers.

Karazsia, B.T., & van Dulmen, M.H.M. (2010). Modeling infrequent outcomes: Illustrations using prospective predictors of pediatric injuries. In H. Schuster & W. Metzger (Eds.), Biometrics: Methods, applications and analyses. Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Publishers.

Published Abstracts and Other Publications

Karazsia, B.T., & Berlin, K. S. (2013, Fall). Pediatric Research/Innovative Statistical Methodology (PRISM) SIG: New SIG promotes education, networking, and utilization of innovative research and statistical methodologies. Progress Notes: Newsletter of The Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54, American Psychological Association, 37(3), 11.

Karazsia, B.T., Wildman, B.G., & Langkamp, D. (2004). Treatment of child behavior problems: Implications of age, parental relationship, satisfaction, and parenting practices. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 25, 378.