Publications and Presentations

Recent peer-reviewed publications

Raval, V. V., *Li, X., Deo, N., & Hu, J. (in press). Reports of maternal socialization goals, emotion socialization behaviors, and child socio-emotional functioning in China and India. Journal of Family Psychology.

Raval, V. V., Ward, R. M., Raval, P. H., & Trivedi, S. (2017). Reports of adolescent emotion regulation and school engagement mediating the relation between parenting and adolescent functioning in India. International Journal of Psychology. Advance online publication. Doi: 10.1002/ijop.12413

*Teo, B., Raval, V. V., & Jansari, A. (2017). Emerging adults’ reports of maternal emotion socialization and their adjustment across cultures. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 52, 59-68.

*Walker, B. L., & Raval, V. V. (2017). College students from rural hometowns report experiences of psychological sense of community and isolation. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 41(1), 66-79. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/rmh0000059

Raval, V. V., *Daga, S. S., Raval, P. H., & Panchal, I. N. (2016). Asian Indian mothers’ emotion socialization and child emotion expression as a function of situational context. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25 (9), 2853-2861.

*Zechella, A. N., & Raval, V. V. (2016). Parenting Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Asian Indian Families in the United States. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25 (4), 1295-1309.

**Jackson, E. F., Raval, V. V., *Bendikas-King, E. A., Raval, P. H., & Trivedi, S. S. (2016). Cultural variations in reports of subjective experience of parent-child boundary dissolution among emerging adults. Journal of Family Issues, 37 (5), 671-691.

*McCord, B. L., & Raval, V. V. (2016). Asian Indian Immigrant and White American Maternal Emotion Socialization and Child Socio-emotional functioning. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25 (2), 464-474.

*Daga, S. S., Raval, V. V., & *Raj, S. P. (2015). Maternal meta-emotion and child socio-emotional functioning in immigrant Indian and White American families. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 6(3), 233-241.

*Fishman, J. L., Raval, V. V., *Daga, S. S., & *Raj, S. P. (2014). Meta-Emotion Philosophy Among Asian Indian Immigrant Mothers in the United States. Qualitative Health Research, 24 (7), 875-889.

Raval, V. V., Raval, P. H., & Deo, N. (2014). Mothers’ socialization goals, mothers’ emotion socialization behaviors, child emotion regulation, and child socio-emotional functioning in urban India. Journal of Early Adolescence, 34 (2), 229-250.

*Raj, S. P. & Raval, V. V. (2013). Children in residential care in Malaysia: An exploratory qualitative study of adult-child interactions. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 2 (3), 194-206.

**Snow, N. L., Ward, R. M., *Becker, S. P., & Raval, V. V. (2013). Measurement Invariance of the Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale in India and the United States. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 3(1), 147-157.

Raval, V. V., Ward, R. M., Raval, P. H., & Trivedi, S. S. (2013). Confirmatory and exploratory factor analyses of Parental Authority Questionnaire in urban India. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 22 (5), 707-718.

Raval, V. V., Raval, P. H., **Salvina, J., **Wilson, S., & Writer, S. (2013). Mothers’ socialization of children’s emotion in India and United States: A cross- and within-culture comparison. Social Development, 22(3), 467-484.

**Barnhart, C. M., Raval, V. V., Jansari, A., & Raval, P. H. (2013). Perceptions of parenting style among college students in India and the United States. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 22 (5), 684-693.

Raval, V. V. (2013). ‘Fight or flight?’: Competing discourses of individualism and collectivism in interpersonal relationships of runaway boys in India. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 30 (4), 410-429.

Conference Presentations

Conference Presentations

Ovia, T., Raval, V. V., Daga, S. S., Raj, S. P., Abdun, L. & Chen, A. (2016, July-August). Public Discourses About Race Relations and Racial Identity in the United States: A Content Analysis. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the International Association for cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

Raj, S. P., Daga, S. S., & Raval, V. V. (2016, July-August). Cultural Identity Across the Lifespan: The Experiences of Asian Indian Children, Emerging Adults, And Middle-Aged Women. Rapid paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the International Association for cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

Raval, V. V., & Gopal, B. (2016, May). Developing culturally competent and evidence-based mental health training model: Project overview. 37th Annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, Minneapolis, MN.

Teo, B. & Raval, V. V. (2015, March). Parental Socialization Behavior & College Student Functioning in India and US: Role of Youth Appraisals. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

Daga, S. S., Raval, V. V., & Teo, B. (2015, February). Using mixed-methods to understand the ‘model minority’ myth with Indian American US college students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Albuquerque, NM.

Raj, S. P. & Raval, V. V. (2015, February). A cross-cultural study of factors influencing the relationship between parenting and student wellbeing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Albuquerque, NM.

Raval, V. V., Li, X., Deo, N., & Hu, J. (2014, July). Socialization of emotion and child socio-emotional functioning in middle childhood in India and china. In M. Weis (chair),Socialization of self-regulation in cross-cultural perspective. Biennial meeting of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Reims, France.

Raval, V. V., Li, X., Writer, S. & Hu, J. (2014, July). Nature versus nurture: Parenting ethnotheories of child competence in India and China. In C. Young & G. Trommsdorff (chairs), Understanding Parenting Across Diverse Cultural Contexts. Biennial meeting of the International Society for Studies in Behavioral Development, Shanghai, China.