Chow, C. M., Hart, E., & Tan, C. (in press). Interactive role of weight status and fat talk on body dissatisfaction: An observation of women friends. Eating and Weight Disorders.
Hart, E., & Chow, C. M. (in press). “I just don’t want to be fat!”: Body talk, body dissatisfaction, and eating disorder symptoms in mother-adolescent girl dyads. Eating and Weight Disorders.
Chow, C. M., Ruhl, H., Tan, C., & Ellis, L. (in press). Fear of fat and restrained eating: Moderating role of negative body talk between female friends. Eating and Weight Disorders.
Ma, T., Chow, C. M., & Chen, W. (2018). The moderation of culturally normative coping strategies on Taiwanese adolescent peer victimization and psychological distress. Journal of School Psychology, 70, 89-104.
Chow, C. M. & Tan, C. (2018). Fat talk in mother-adolescent daughter relationships in relation to eating pathology and depressive symptoms. Body Image, 24, 36-43.
Chow, C. M., & Ruhl, H. (2018). Congruity of observed social support behaviors and couple relationship quality. European Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 62-71.
Chow, C. M., Hart, E., Ellis, L., & Tan, C. (2017). Interdependence of attachment styles and relationship quality in parent-adolescent dyads. Journal of Adolescence, 61, 77-86.
Hart, E., Chow, C. M., & Tan, C. (2017). Body talk, weight status, and pathological eating behavior in romantic relationships. Appetite, 117, 135-142.
Goldstein, M., Tan, C., & Chow, C. M. (2017). Maternal emotional feeding practices and adolescent daughters’ emotional eating: Mediating roles of avoidant and preoccupied coping. Appetite, 116, 339-344.
Chow, C. M., Homa, J., & Amersdorfer, A. (2017). Gender differences in sleep problems: The mediating role of co-rumination and depressive symptoms. Personality and Individual Differences, 108, 10-13.
Tan, C. C., Ruhl, H., Chow, C. M., & Ellis, L. (2016). Retrospective reports of parental feeding practices and emotional eating in adulthood: The role of food preoccupation. Appetite, 105, 410-415.
Chow, C. M., & Tan, C. (2016). Young adult males’ weight status and body image: Moderating role of friend’s BMI and negative appearance conversation. Journal of Health Psychology, 21, 1597-1606.
Ruhl, H., & Chow, C. M. (2016). Empathy and peer relationships in adolescence. In H. F. Watt, & J. Panksepp (Eds.), Neurology and Psychology of Empathy (pp. 171-186). New York, NY: NOVA Science Publishers, Inc.
Chow, C. M., Ruhl, H. B., & Buhrmester, D. (2016). Reciprocal associations between friendship attachment and relational experiences in adolescence. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 33, 126-146.
Chow, C. M., Claxton, S. E., & van Dulmen, M. H. M. (2015). Testing dyadic mechanisms the right way: A primer into moderation analyses within the APIM framework. Emerging Adulthood, 3, 421-433.
Chow, C. M., Tan, C., & Ruhl, H. B. (2015). Misery loves company: A Dyadic approach to examining the effects of depressive symptoms on friendship discord. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 34, 774-787.
Chow, C. M., Ruhl, H. B., & Buhrmester, D. (2015). Romantic relationships and psychological distress among adolescents: Moderating role of friendship closeness. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 61, 711-720.
Chow, C. M., Tan, C., & Buhrmester, D. (2015). Interdependence of Depressive Symptoms, School Involvement, and Academic Performance between Adolescent Friends: A Dyadic Analysis. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85, 316-331.
Homa, J. & Chow, C. M. (2014). Effects of attachment representations, rumination, and trait depression on co-rumination in friendships: A dyadic analysis. Journal of Relationships Research, 5(e10), 1-14.
Tan, C., & Chow, C. M. (2014). Weight status and depression: Moderating role of fat talk between female friends. Journal of Health Psychology, 19, 1320-1328.
Chow, C. M., & Ruhl, H. (2014). Friendship and romantic stressors and depression in emerging adulthood: Mediating and moderating roles of attachment representations. Journal of Adult Development, 21, 106-115.
Tan, C., & Chow, C. M. (2014). Stress and emotional eating: The mediating role of eating dysregulation. Personality and Individual Differences, 66, 1-4.
Wiebe, D. J., Chow, C. M., Palmer, D., Butner, J., Osborn, P., Berg, C. A. (2014). Developmental factors associated with longitudinal declines in parental responsibility and adherence to Type 1 diabetes management across adolescence. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 39, 532-541.
Chow, C. M., Buhrmester, D., & Tan, C. (2014). Interpersonal coping styles and couple relationship quality: Similarity versus complementarity hypotheses. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 175-186.
Chow, C. M., Ruhl, H., & Buhrmester, D. (2013). The mediating role of interpersonal competence between adolescents’ empathy and friendship quality: A dyadic approach. Journal of Adolescence, 36, 191-200.
Chow, C. M., & Tan, C. (2013). Attachment and commitment in dyadic friendships: Mediating roles of satisfaction, quality of alternatives, and investment size. Journal of Relationships Research, 4(e4), 1-11.
Chow, C. M., & Glaman, R. (2013). Support-seeking and closeness across social relationships: Relationship-general and relationship-specific levels analysis. Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships, 7(1), 88-96.
Chow, C. M., & Buhrmester, D. (2011). Interdependent patterns of coping and support among close friends. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 28, 684 – 706.
Chow, C. M., Roelse, H. B., Buhrmester, D., & Underwood, M. K. (2011). Transformations in friend relationships across the transition into adulthood. In B. Laursen & W. A. Collins (Eds.), Relationship pathways: From adolescence to young adulthood (pp. 91-113). Sage Press.
Buhrmester, D., & Chow, C. M. (2009). Friendships in adolescence. In H. Reis, & S. Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human relationships. (pp. 718-722). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.