Carolyn J. Tompsett

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Position: Professor of Psychology
Phone: 419-372-8256
Email: cjtomps@bgsu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Wayne State University, 2008

CFDR Primary Research Area: Social Relationships and Well-Being

Research Interests:

Examining ecological models of juvenile delinquency and substance abuse among adolescents; intersection of neighborhoods and poverty, peer and family influences; multivariate statistics and modeling techniques.

Recent Publications:

Roberts, L., Stein, C., & Tompsett, C. J. (2020). Seeds of change: A qualitative case study of a neighborhood youth program. Journal of Community Psychology, 48, 2290-2308. doi: 10.1002/jcop.22414

Watkins, A., Diggins, E., Pratt, M., & Tompsett, C.J. (2020). Voluntary uptake and continuation of treatment among court-involved youth: lessons learned from the implementation of Functional Family Therapy in a community setting. Children and Youth Services Review. 114, 105028. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.105028

Pratt, M., King, M., Burash, J., & Tompsett, C.J. (2020). What differences do they see? Using mixed methods to capture adolescent perceptions of neighborhood contexts. American Journal of Community Psychology, 65, 320-331. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12403.

Colburn, S., Pratt, M, Mueller, C., Tompsett, C. J. (2020). How adolescents define their home neighborhoods conceptually and spatially. J Community Psychol. 48(3), 709‐725. doi:10.1002/jcop.22290

Tompsett, C.J., & Colburn, S. (2019). Characteristics of friend networks and risk for alcohol, marijuana, and behavior problems in college. Journal of College Student Development, 60, 203-218.

Dynes, M.E., Tompsett, C.J., & Domoff, S.E. (2018). Development and validation of the Therapist Barriers to Engaging Parents (TBEP) measure. Community Mental Health Journal, 54(2), doi: 10.1007/s10597-018-0317-x.

Lackey, J.H., & Tompsett, C.J. (2018). A model of rural delinquency: collective efficacy in rural schools. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 42(3-4), 148–160.

Bonadio, F.A., & Tompsett, C.J. (2018). Who benefits from usual care? Using latent profile analysis to identify differential treatment outcomes. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 47(11), 2320-2336, doi: 10.1007/S10964-018-0888-4

Colburn, S., Bonadio, F.A., & Tompsett, C.J. (2018). Factor structure of parent- and adolescent-perceived functional impairment. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27, 2811-2823.

Bonadio, F.A., & Tompsett, C.J. (2017). The factor structure of the Ohio Scales: a practical measure of psychological symptoms in youth. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26, 101-117.

Tompsett, C.J., Mahoney, A.M. & Lackey, J. (2016). Sibling aggression among clinic-referred children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 47(6), 941-953.

Bonadio, F.A., Dynes, M., Lackey, J., Tompsett, C.J. & Amrhein, K.A. (2016). Grouping youth with similar symptoms: a person-centered approach to transdiagnostic subgroups. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 72, 676-688.

Tompsett, C.J., Veits, G.M., & Amhrein, K.A. (2016). Peer delinquency and where adolescents spend time with peers: mediation and moderation of home neighborhood effects on self-reported delinquency. Journal of Community Psychology, 44, 263-270.

Dynes, M., Domoff, S.E., Hassan, S., Amrhein, K.A., & Tompsett, C.J. (2015). Parental monitoring, peer deviance, and co-offending: a moderated mediation analysis. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 3516-3525.

Kraus, S., Rosenberg, H., & Tompsett, C.J. (2015). Assessment of self-efficacy to employ self-initiated pornography use-reduction strategies. Addictive Behaviors, 40, 115-118.