Larry Nelson, Professor
Department: Family Life
Office: 2091 JFSB
- Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Award from Brigham Young University, 2014
- Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood
- Society for Research on Adolescence
- International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development
- Society for Research in Child Development
- Nelson, L. (2018). Moving toward and away from others: Social orientations in emerging adulthood. In Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (pp. 66-76).
- Nelson, L. (forthcoming). Helicopter parenting, parental control, and moral development during emerging adulthood. Oxford Handbook of Parenting and Moral Development.
- Walker, L., Son, D., & Nelson, L. (2017). A Longitudinal Growth Mixture Model of Child Disclosure to Parents Across Adolescence. In Journal of Family Psychology. American Psychological Association.
- Walker, L., & Nelson, L. (2017). Flourishing in emerging adulthood: Positive development during the third decade of life. .
- Nelson, L., & Coyne, S. (2016). Withdrawing to a virtual world: Associations between subtypes of withdrawal, media use, and maladjustment in emerging adults. Developmental Psychology, 52, 933-942.
- Nelson, L. (2015). Associations between Shyness and Internalizing and Externalizing Problems during Emerging Adulthood in China. Emerging Adulthood, 3, 364-367.
- Nelson, L. (2015). Moral worldviews of American religious emerging adults: Three patterns of negotiation between development and culture. In Lene Arnett-Jensen (Ed.), Moral Development in a Global World: Research from a Cultural-Developmental Perspective (pp. 92-116). Cambridge University Press.
- Luster, S., & Nelson, L. (2013). Shyness and communication: Impact on self and partner relationship satisfaction. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, 12, 359-376.
- Fraser, A. M., Coyne, S., Nelson, L., & Stockdale, L. A. (2012). Bringing out the inner soldier: Associations between violent video games, empathy, and prosocial behavior toward three targets. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 41, 636-649.
- Nelson, L. (2012). Black Hawk Down? Establishing helicopter parenting as a distinct construct from other forms of parental control during emerging adulthood. Journal of Adolescence, 35, 1177-1190.
- Nelson, L. (2012). Affording Emerging Adulthood: Parents' Financial Involvement With Their Emerging Adult Children. In Journal of Adult Development (pp. 50-58).
- Barry, C. M., & Nelson, L. (2012). The role of mothers and media on emerging adults' religious faith and practices by way of internalization of prosocial values.. In Journal of Adult Development (pp. 66-78).
- Urry, S., & Nelson, L. (2011). Mother knows best: Correlates of child disclosure and maternal knowledge in emerging adulthood: Journal of Family Studies.
- Nelson, L. (2011). Religiosity in adolescence and emerging adulthood: Encyclopedia of Adolescence. New York: Springer.
- Seiter, L., & Nelson, L. (2011). An Examination of Emerging Adulthood in College Students and Non-Students in India. Journal of Adolescent Research, 26, 506-536.
- Nelson, L., Christensen, K., & Evans, C. (2011). Parenting in Emerging Adulthood: An Examination of Parenting Clusters and Correlates for Mothers and Fathers. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 40, 730-743.
- Barry, C. M., Nelson, L., Davarya, S., & Urry, S. (2010). Religiosity and Spirituality during the Transition to Adulthood. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 34, 311-324.
- Carroll, J., Badger, S., Willoughby, B., Nelson, L., Madsen, S., & & Barry, C. M. (2009). Ready or Not? Criteria for Marriage Readiness Among Emerging Adults. Journal of Adolescent Research, 24, 349-375.
- Nelson, D., Springer, M. M., Nelson, L., & Bean, N. H. (2008). Normative beliefs regarding aggression in emerging adulthood. Social Development, 17, 638-660.
- Nelson, D., Nelson, L., Hart, C. A., Yang, C., & Jin, S. (2006). Parenting and peer group behavior in cultural context. Peer Relationships in Cultural Context, 213-246.
- Roper, S., Yang, C., Hart, C. A., Robinson, C., Wu, P., Nelson, D., Wo, J. (2002). Maternal psychological control and preschool children's behavioral outcomes in China, Russia, and the United States. In B. K. Barber (Ed.), Intrusive Parenting: How Psychological Control Affects Children and Adolescents (pp. 235-262). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
- Hart, C. A., Yang, C., Nelson, L., Robinson, C., Olsen, J., Nelson, D., Wu, P. (2000). Peer acceptance in early childhood and subtypes of socially withdrawn behavior in China, Russia, and the United States. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 24, 73-81.
- Hart, C. A., Yang, C., Nelson, D., Jin, S., Bazarskaya, N., Nelson, L., Wu, P. (1998). Peer Contact Patterns, Parenting Practices and Preschoolers' Social Competence in China, Russia and the United States. Children's Peer Relations, Peer Relations Amongst Children: Current Issues and Future Directions, 3-30.