Department : Psychology
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 718-862-3860
Office : DLS 448
PHD, Emory University
MA, Emory University
BS, Southwest Texas State U.
Interests: Autobiographical memory development, identity and self-understanding, adolescence and emerging adulthood
My research focuses on the role of autobiographical narratives in social cognition and identity development during late adolescence and emerging adulthood with a particular emphasis on familial contexts. By examining autobiographical narratives, I gain insight into how adolescents and emerging adults understand their personal experiences, as well as who they are as both an individual and as a member of a family.
- Society of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
- Society for Emerging Adulthood
- Society for Research on Adolescence
- Society for Research in Child Development
- Society for Teaching of Psychology
Publications & Professional Activities
Fivush, R., & Marin, K.A. (in press). The development of a gendered narrative identity. In C.B. Travis & J.W. White (Eds.). Handbook of the Psychology of Women. New York: American Psychological Association.
Marin, K. A., & Rotondo, E.K. (2015). Rumination and self-reflection in stress narratives and relations to psychological functioning. Memory, 1 – 13.
Fivush, R., Merrill, N., & Marin, K.A. (2014). Voice and power: Constructing moral agency through personal and intergenerational narratives. In C. Wainryb & H.E. Recchia (Eds.) Talking about Right and Wrong: Parent-Child Conversations as Contexts for Moral Development. Cambridge University Press.
Waters, T., Bohanek, J.G., Marin, K.A., & Fivush, R. (2013). Null’s the word: A comparison of memory quality for intensely negative and positive events. Memory, 8, 1 – 13.
Fivush, R., Bohanek, J.G., & Marin, K.A. (2010). Patterns of family narrative co-construction in relation to adolescent identity and well-being. In K.C. McLean & M. Pasupathi (Eds.) Narrative Development in Adolescence: Creating the storied self. New York: Springer Science (pp. 45 – 62).
Fivush, R., Bohanek, J.G., Marin, K.A., & Sales, J.M. (2009). Emotional memory and memory for emotions. A. Curci, M. Conway, & O. Luminent (Eds.). Flashbulb Memories: New Issues and Perspectives. New York: Psychology Press (pp. 163 – 184).
Fivush, R., Marin, K.A., McWilliams, K., & Bohanek, J.G. (2009). Family reminiscing style:Parent, gender, and emotional focus in relation to child well-being. Journal of Cognition and Development, 10 (3), 210-235.
Marin, K.A., Bohanek, J.G., & Fivush, R. (2008). Positive effects of talking about the negative: Family narratives of negative experiences and preadolescents’ perceived competence. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 18, 573-593.
Bohanek, J.G., Marin, K.A., & Fivush, R. (2008). Family narratives and the development of self-understanding in early adolescence. The Journal of Early Adolescence, 28, 153-176.
Fivush, R., Marin, K.A., Crawford, M., Reynolds, M., & Brewin, C.R. (2007). Children’s narratives and well-being. Cognition and Emotion, 21(7), 1414-1434.
Fivush, R., & Marin, K.A. (2007). Place and power: A feminist perspective on self-event connections. Human Development, 50(2-3), 111-118.
- PSYC 205 Statistics
- PSYC 315 Research Methods
- PSYC 320 Adulthood & Aging
- PSYC 330 Special Topics: Psychology of the Story
- PSYC 333 Motivation & Emotion
- PSYC 342 Psychology of Family Relationships
- PSYC 346 Psychology of Adolescence
- PSYC 375/475 Internship
- PSYC 429/430 Research in Psychology