Amy Bohnert
Amy Bohnert
Assoc Prof of Psychology, Loyola University
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Understanding differences between summer vs. school obesogenic behaviors of children: the structured days hypothesis
K Brazendale, MW Beets, RG Weaver, RR Pate, GM Turner-McGrievy, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 14 (1), 100, 2017
Capturing unique dimensions of youth organized activity involvement: Theoretical and methodological considerations
A Bohnert, J Fredricks, E Randall
Review of Educational Research 80 (4), 576-610, 2010
Emotional competence and aggressive behavior in school-age children
AM Bohnert, KA Crnic, KG Lim
Journal of abnormal child psychology 31 (1), 79-91, 2003
Developing and improving after-school programs to enhance youth’s personal growth and adjustment: A special issue of AJCP
JA Durlak, JL Mahoney, AM Bohnert, ME Parente
American Journal of Community Psychology 45 (3-4), 285-293, 2010
The role of organized activities in facilitating social adaptation across the transition to college
AM Bohnert, JW Aikins, J Edidin
Journal of Adolescent Research 22 (2), 189-208, 2007
Prospective relations between organized activity participation and psychopathology during adolescence
AM Bohnert, J Garber
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35 (6), 1021-1033, 2007
Organized activity involvement, depressive symptoms, and social adjustment in adolescents: Ethnicity and socioeconomic status as moderators
ET Randall, AM Bohnert
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (9), 1187-1198, 2009
Links between the organization of the family home environment and child obesity: a systematic review
CR Bates, J Buscemi, LM Nicholson, M Cory, A Jagpal, AM Bohnert
Obesity reviews 19 (5), 716-727, 2018
Examining the potential of community-based after-school programs for Latino youth
NR Riggs, AM Bohnert, MD Guzman, D Davidson
American Journal of Community Psychology 45 (3-4), 417-429, 2010
Friendship and social adjustment of children following a traumatic brain injury: An exploratory investigation
AM Bohnert, JG Parker, SA Warschausky
Developmental Neuropsychology 13 (4), 477-486, 1997
Green schoolyards in low-income urban neighborhoods: natural spaces for positive youth development outcomes
CR Bates, AM Bohnert, DE Gerstein
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2018
Regrouping: Organized activity involvement and social adjustment across the transition to high school
AM Bohnert, JW Aikins, NT Arola
New directions for child and adolescent development 2013 (140), 57-75, 2013
Organized activity participation and internalizing and externalizing symptoms: Reciprocal relations during adolescence
AM Bohnert, P Kane, J Garber
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 37 (2), 239-250, 2008
Sport type and interpersonal and intrapersonal predictors of body dissatisfaction in high school female sport participants
TM Karr, D Davidson, FB Bryant, G Balague, AM Bohnert
Body Image 10 (2), 210-219, 2013
Predicting adolescents' organized activity involvement: The role of maternal depression history, family relationship quality, and adolescent cognitions
AM Bohnert, NC Martin, J Garber
Journal of Research on Adolescence 17 (1), 221-244, 2007
Relationships between discretionary time activities, emotional experiences, delinquency and depressive symptoms among urban African American adolescents
AM Bohnert, M Richards, K Kohl, E Randall
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 38 (4), 587-601, 2009
Understanding affluent adolescent adjustment: The interplay of parental perfectionism, perceived parental pressure, and organized activity involvement
ET Randall, AM Bohnert, LV Travers
Journal of adolescence 41, 56-66, 2015
Young urban African American adolescents' experience of discretionary time activities
AM Bohnert, MH Richards, KE Kolmodin, BL Lakin
Journal of Research on Adolescence 18 (3), 517-539, 2008
More than leisure: Organized activity participation and socio-emotional adjustment among adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
A Bohnert, R Lieb, N Arola
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 49 (7), 2637-2652, 2019
Understanding threshold effects of organized activity involvement in adolescents: Sex and family income as moderators
ET Randall, AM Bohnert
Journal of Adolescence 35 (1), 107-118, 2012
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