Alicia Lyon Limke, Ph.D.

Research Publications (refereed) *Students’ names in boldface                 

  Squire, A. J., Limke, A., & Jones, P. C. (2013). Unequal treatment by mothers and fathers matters differently for daughters and sons. Marriage and Family Review, 49, 135-147.

Limke, A., & Mayfield, P. B. (2011). Attachment to God: Differentiating the contributions of fathers and mothers using the Experiences in Parental Relationships scale. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 39, 122-129. 

Limke, A., Holloway, H., & Knight, M. (2011). To write is right: Implementation and evaluation of Writing for Psychology course. Journal of Scientific Psychology, 6-10.

Limke, A., & Showers, C. J. (2010). Organization of parent knowledge: Compartmentalization and integration in adult child-parent relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1225-1240.

Hart, J. T., Limke, A., & Budd, P. R. (2010). Attachment and faith development. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 38, 122-128.

Limke, A., Showers, C. J., & Zeigler-Hill, V.  (2010). Emotional and sexual maltreatment: Attachment mediates psychological adjustment. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 29, 347-367.

Lowell, S., & Limke, A. (2009). Adult romantic attachment and types of perfectionism. Journal of Scientific Psychology, 18-23.

McDole, M., & Limke, A. (2008). Extended family social support: Making a difference in the attachment styles of adult children of divorce. Journal of Scientific Psychology, 17-24.

Showers, C. J., & Limke, A. (2006). Organization of partner knowledge: Implications for liking, loving, longevity, and change. In K. D. Vohs & E. J. Finkel (Eds.), Self and relationships: Connecting intrapersonal and interpersonal processes (pp. 177-192). New York City, NY: Guilford Press.

Showers, C. J., Zeigler-Hill, V., & Limke, A. (2006). Self-structure and childhood maltreatment: Successful compartmentalization and the struggle of integration. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 25, 473-507.

Showers, C. J., Limke, A., & Zeigler-Hill, V. (2004). Self-structure and self-change: Applications to psychological treatment. Behavior Therapy, 35, 167-184.


Research Publications (non-refereed)

Wright, D., Warren, N., Simpson, D., & Limke, A. (2002). Reducing recidivism: Drug court as an effective alternative to incarceration. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center, Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center.

Wright, D., & Limke, A. (2002). An evaluation of the Garfield County Juvenile Drug Court, 2002. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center, Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center.

Wright, D., & Limke, A. (2001). Assessing university and college crime in Oklahoma: A publication of the Oklahoma Council on Violence Prevention. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center, Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center.

Clymer, B., Wright, D., & Limke, A. (2001). Violence in Oklahoma: A case for prevention: A publication of the Oklahoma Council on Violence Prevention. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center, Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center.


Projects under Review *Students’ names in boldface

Ferrell, J. D., & Limke, A. (2009). Personality and online social environments. Manuscript under revision (by editor request) for publication.

Projects in Progress *Students’ names in boldface

Limke, A. (2013). Is compartmentalization bad? Additional evidence of the vulnerability of compartmentalized self-structures. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Limke, A.  (2013). Roles, affective states, and the good/bad me: Self-aspect descriptions, self-concept flexibility, and evaluative organization of self-knowledge. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Limke, A., Zeigler-Hill, V., & Jones, P. C. (2013). The flexibility of the self-concept: Can evaluative organization of self-knowledge be taught? Project in process.  

 

Ferrell, J. D., Gosling, S. D., & Limke, A. (2013). The function of Facebook: Psychological and social needs. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Huskey, A., & Limke, A. (2013). You can’t make me believe: Parents’ religious fundamentalism and children’s spiritual well-being and defensive theology. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Murunga, M. S., Limke, A., & Wright, R. W. (2013). Who’s your daddy? Family structure differences in attachment to God. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Myers, T., Limke, A., & Jones, P. C. (2013).  I’m secure, but you’re not: Implications of attachment matches for conflict resolution and relationship satisfaction. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Pryse, J. K., Limke, A., & Jones, P. C. (2013). Feminine archetype internalization, psychological well-being, and reduction of negative mood. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Rodman, L. K., Limke, A., & Jones, P. C. (2013). The reproduction of mothering revisited: Age at birth as a moderator of the transmission of attachment from mothers to daughters. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Russell, T. D., & Limke, A. (2013). Sibling attachment, parental attachment, and perceived differential treatment. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Secor, S., Limke, & Wright, R. W. (2013). How can we help? Specific aspects of social support predict well-being following experiences of negative events. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Secor, S., Wright, R. W., Huskey, A., & Limke, A. (2013). How can we help? Identifying crucial elements of social support following trauma increases effectiveness of psychological treatment. Project in process.

 

Schrantz, K., Limke, A., & Vanhoy, M. (2013). I’ll confess to belong: Personality correlates of false confessions. Project in process.

 

Taylor, C. P., Ling, J. W., Limke, A., & Lack, C. W. (2013). Are agnostic individuals religious explorers? Differences in exploration and commitment of identity between agnostic and atheist individuals. Project in process.

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