Department of Psychology
Lynch, M. (2006). Exposure to community violence and its consequences for children’s
development. In M. Feerick & J.
Silverman (Eds.), Children exposed to violence (pp.29-52). Brookes Publishing:
Lynch, M. (2003). Consequences of children’s exposure to community violence. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 6, 265-274.
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D. (2002). Links between community violence and the family system: Evidence from children’s feelings of relatedness and perceptions of parent behavior. Family Process, 41, 519-532.
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D. (1998). Trauma, mental representation, and the organization of memory for mother-referent material. Development and Psychopathology, 10, 739-759.
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D. (1998). An ecological-transactional analysis of children and contexts: The longitudinal interplay among child maltreatment, community violence, and children's symptomatology. Development and Psychopathology, 10, 235-257.
D., Toth, S.L., & Lynch, M. (1997). Child maltreatment as an illustration of the effects of war on
development. In D. Cicchetti and S.L. Toth (Eds.),
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D. (1997). Children's relationships with adults and peers: An examination of elementary and junior high school students. Journal of School Psychology, 35, 81-99.
D., & Lynch, M. (1995). Failures in the expectable
environment and their impact on individual development: The case of child
maltreatment. In D. Cicchetti and D.J. Cohen (Eds.), Developmental Psychopathology,
Volume 2: Risk, Disorder, and Adaptation, (pp. 32-71).
D., Toth, S.L., & Lynch, M. (1995). Bowlby's dream comes full circle: The application of
attachment theory to risk and psychopathology. In T.H. Ollendick and R.J. Prinz (Eds.), Advances
in Clinical Child Psychology, Volume 17,(pp.
Cicchetti, D., & Lynch, M. (1993). Toward an ecological/transactional model of community violence and child maltreatment: Consequences for children's development. Psychiatry, 53, 96-118.
Cicchetti, D., Rogosch, F.A., Lynch, M., & Holt, K.D. (1993). Resilience in maltreated children: Processes leading to adaptive outcomes. Development and Psychopathology, 5, 629-647.
D., Toth, S.L., & Lynch, M. (1993). The
developmental sequelae of child maltreatment: Implications for war-related
Cicchetti, D., Lynch, M., Shonk, S., & Manly, J.T. (1992). An organizational perspective on peer relations in maltreated
children. In R.D. Parke and G.W. Ladd (Eds.), Family-Peer
Relationships: Modes of Linkage (pp. 345-383).
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D.
(1992). Maltreated children's reports of relatedness to
their teachers. In R.C. Pianta (Ed.), Beyond
the Parent: The Role of Other Adults in Children's Lives (pp.
Lynch, M., & Cicchetti, D. (1991). Patterns of relatedness in maltreated and nonmaltreated children: Connections among multiple representational models. Development and Psychopathology, 3, 207-226.
R.D., Wagner, S.H., Fells,
Institute of Mental Health. Co-Principal Investigator: “Traumatic
Stress among Violence-Exposed Youth”. Total of $2,455,332
Awards and Honors:
Research and Scholarship Award from the SUNY Research Foundation, May 2007.
Research with Students:
Coryat, K., Felluca, J., Keegan, R., Zeitvogel, J., et al. (2007, May). The Impact of Child Neglect and Socioeconomic
Adversity on Self-Representation in Young Children. Poster
presented at the Association
for Psychological Science 19th Annual Convention,
Bouquin, T., Philips Roy, P., Robinson, E., Smith, T., Tarantino, L., et al. (2006, April). Patterns of
processing threat and their impact on personal well-being.
Poster presented at
the third annual Undergraduate Scholars Symposium,
Brown, F., Hanczyk, K., Jankura, S., et al. (2005,
April). The impact of stress on internalizing symptomatology: An examination of
the role of self-esteem and social support.
Poster presented at the second annual
Undergraduate Scholars Symposium,
See pictures of my lab team.