A. Books

1.   Cicchetti, D., & Roisman, G.I. (Eds). (2011). The origins and organization of adaptation and maladaptation: Minnesota symposia on child psychology (Vol. 36). New York: Wiley.

2. Booth-LaForce, C., & Roisman, G.I. (Eds). (revised and resubmitted). The Adult Attachment Interview: Psychometrics, continuity and change from infancy, and developmental origins in the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development.

B. Journal Articles

1.   Roisman, G.I., Bahadur, M.A., & Oster, H. (2000). Infant attachment security as a discriminant predictor of career development in late adolescence. Journal of Adolescent Research, 15(5), 531-545.

2.   Roisman, G.I., Madsen, S.D., Hennighausen, K.H., Sroufe, L.A., & Collins, W.A. (2001). The coherence of dyadic behavior across parent-child and romantic relationships as mediated by the internalized representation of experience. Attachment & Human Development, 3(2), 156-172.

3.   Roisman, G.I. (2002). Beyond main effects models of adolescent work intensity, family closeness, and school disengagement: Mediational and conditional hypotheses. Journal of Adolescent Research, 17(4), 331-345.

4.   Madsen, S.D., Roisman, G.I., & Collins, W.A. (2002). The intersection of adolescent development and intensive intervention: Age-related psychosocial correlates of treatment regimens in the Diabetes Control and Complication Trial. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27(5), 451-459.

5.   Roisman, G.I., Padrón, E., Sroufe, L.A., & Egeland, B. (2002). Earned-secure attachment status in retrospect and prospect. Child Development, 73(4), 1204-1219.

6.   Roisman, G.I., Masten, A.S., Coatsworth, J.D., & Tellegen, A. (2004). Salient and emerging developmental tasks in the transition to adulthood. Child Development, 75(1), 123-133.

7.   Roisman, G.I., Tsai, J.L., & Chiang, K-H.S. (2004). The emotional integration of childhood experience: Physiological, facial expressive, and self-reported emotional response during the Adult Attachment Interview. Developmental Psychology, 40(5), 776-789.

8.   Roisman, G.I., Aguilar, B., & Egeland, B. (2004). Antisocial behavior in the transition to adulthood: The independent and interactive roles of developmental history and emerging developmental tasks. Development and Psychopathology, 16(4), 857-871.

9.   Masten, A.S., Burt, K.B., Roisman, G.I., Obradović, J., Long, J.D., & Tellegen, A. (2004). Resources and resilience in the transition to adulthood: Continuity and change. Development and Psychopathology, 16(4), 1071-1094.

10. Roisman, G.I. (2005). Conceptual clarifications in the study of resilience. American Psychologist, 60(3), 264-265.

11. Roisman, G.I., Collins, W.A., Sroufe, L.A., & Egeland, B. (2005). Predictors of young adults’ representations of and behavior in their current romantic relationship: Prospective tests of the prototype hypothesis. Attachment & Human Development, 7(2), 105-121.

12. Masten, A.S., Roisman, G.I., Long, J.D., Burt, K.B., Obradović, J., Riley, J.R., Boelcke-Stennes, K., & Tellegen, A. (2005). Developmental cascades: Linking academic achievement and externalizing and internalizing symptoms over 20 years. Developmental Psychology, 41(5), 733-746.

13. Roisman, G.I., Fortuna, K., & Holland, A. (2006). An experimental manipulation of retrospectively defined earned and continuous attachment security. Child Development, 77(1), 59-71.

14. Zeng, Z., Fu, Y., Roisman, G.I., Wen, Z., Hu, Y., & Huang, T.S. (2006). Spontaneous emotional facial expression detection. Journal of Multimedia, 1(5), 1-8.

15. Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2006). The limits of genetic influence: A behavior-genetic analysis of infant-caregiver relationship quality and temperament. Child Development, 77(6), 1656-1667.

16. Roisman, G.I. (2006). The role of adult attachment security in non-romantic, non-attachment-related first interactions between same-sex strangers. Attachment & Human Development, 8(4), 341-352.

17. Roisman, G.I. (2007). The psychophysiology of adult attachment relationships: Autonomic reactivity in marital and premarital interactions. Developmental Psychology, 43(1), 39-53.

18. Roisman, G.I., Holland, A., Fortuna, K., Fraley, R.C., Clausell, E., & Clarke, A. (2007). The Adult Attachment Interview and self-reports of attachment style: An empirical rapprochement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(4), 678-697.

19. Chao, M.M., Chen, J., Roisman, G.I., & Hong, Y. (2007). Essentializing race: Implications for bicultural individuals’ cognition and physiological reactivity. Psychological Science, 18(4), 341-348.

20. Roisman, G.I., Fraley, R.C., & Belsky, J. (2007). A taxometric study of the Adult Attachment Interview. Developmental Psychology, 43(3), 675-686.

21. Belsky, J., Steinberg, L.D., Houts, R.M., Friedman, S.L., DeHart, G., Cauffman, E., Roisman, G.I., Halpern-Felsher, B.L., Susman, E., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2007). Family rearing antecedents of pubertal timing. Child Development, 78(4), 1302-1321.

22. Roisman, G.I., Clausell, E., Holland, A., Fortuna, K., & Elieff, C. (2008). Adult romantic relationships as contexts of human development: A multi-method comparison of same-sex couples with opposite-sex dating, engaged, and married dyads. Developmental Psychology, 44(1), 91-101.

23. Fortuna, K., & Roisman, G.I. (2008). Insecurity, stress, and symptoms of psychopathology: Contrasting results from self-reports versus interviews of adult attachment. Attachment & Human Development, 10(1), 11-28.

24. Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2008). A behavior-genetic study of parenting quality, infant attachment security, and their covariation in a nationally representative sample. Developmental Psychology, 44(3), 831-839.

25. Holland, A.S., & Roisman, G.I. (2008). Big Five personality traits and relationship quality: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25(5), 811-829.

Reprinted as:
Holland, A.S., & Roisman, G.I. (2010). Big Five personality traits and relationship quality: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence. In M.L. Knapp & J.A. Daly (Eds.), Interpersonal Communication (SAGE Benchmarks in Communication). London: Sage.

26. Zeng, Z., Pantic, M., Roisman, G.I., & Huang, T.S. (2009). A survey of affect recognition methods: Audio, visual, and spontaneous expressions. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 31(1), 39-58.

27. Clausell, E., & Roisman, G.I. (2009). Outness, Big Five personality traits, and same-sex relationship quality. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 26(2-3), 211-226.

28. Roisman, G.I. (2009). Adult attachment: Toward a rapprochement of methodological cultures. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18(2), 122-126.

29. Roisman, G.I., Susman, E., Barnett-Walker, K., Booth-LaForce, C., Owen, M.T., Belsky, J., Bradley, R.H., Houts, R., Steinberg, L., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2009). Early family and child-care antecedents of awakening cortisol levels in adolescence. Child Development, 80(3), 907-920.

30. Groh, A.M., & Roisman, G.I. (2009). Adults’ autonomic and subjective responses to infant vocalizations: The role of secure base script knowledge. Developmental Psychology, 45(3), 889-893.

31. Roisman, G.I., Booth-LaForce, C., Cauffman, E., Spieker, S., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2009). The developmental significance of adolescent romantic relationships: Parent and peer predictors of quality and engagement at age 15. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38(10), 1294-1303.

32. Susman, E.J., Houts, R.M., Steinberg, L., Belsky, J., Cauffman, E., DeHart, G., Friedman, S.L., Roisman, G.I., Halpern-Felsher, B.L., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2010). Longitudinal development of secondary sexual characteristics in girls and boys between ages 9 ½ and 15 ½ years. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 164(2), 166-173.

33. Holland, A.S., & Roisman, G.I. (2010). Adult attachment security and young adults’ dating relationships over time: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence. Developmental Psychology, 46(2), 552-557.

34. Fearon, R.P., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M.J., van IJzendoorn, M.H., Lapsley, A., & Roisman, G.I. (2010). The significance of insecure attachment and disorganization in the development of children’s externalizing behavior: A meta-analytic study. Child Development, 81(2), 435-456.

35. Roisman, G.I., Monahan, K.C., Campbell, S.B., Steinberg, L., Cauffman, E., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2010). Is adolescence-onset antisocial behavior developmentally normative? Development and Psychopathology, 22(2), 295-311.

36. Rodkin, P.C., & Roisman, G.I. (2010). Antecedents and correlates of the popular-aggressive phenomenon in elementary school. Child Development, 81(3), 837-850.

37. Burt, K.B., & Roisman, G.I. (2010). Competence and psychopathology: Cascade effects in the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development. Development and Psychopathology, 22(3), 557-567.

38. Warren, S.L., Bost, K.K., Roisman, G.I., Levin Silton, R., Spielberg, J.M., Engels, A.S., Choi, E., Sutton, B.P., Miller, G.A., & Heller, W. (2010). Effects of adult attachment and emotional distractors on brain mechanisms of cognitive control. Psychological Science, 21(12), 1818-1826.

39. Dias, P., Soares, I., Klein, J., Cunha, J.P.S., & Roisman, G.I. (2011). Autonomic correlates of attachment insecurity in a sample of women with eating disorders. Attachment & Human Development, 13(2), 155-167.

40. Haltigan, J.D., Roisman, G.I., Susman, E.S., Barnett-Walker, K., Monahan, K.C., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2011). Elevated trajectories of externalizing problems are associated with lower awakening cortisol levels in mid-adolescence. Developmental Psychology, 47(2), 472-478.

41. Haydon, K.C., Roisman, G.I., Marks, M.J., & Fraley, R.C. (2011). An empirically derived approach to the latent structure of the Adult Attachment Interview: Additional convergent and discriminant validity evidence. Attachment & Human Development, 13(5), 503-524.

42. Fortuna, K., Roisman, G.I., Haydon, K.C., Groh, A.M., & Holland, A.S. (2011). Attachment states of mind and the quality of young adults’ sibling relationships. Developmental Psychology, 47(5), 1366-1373.

43. Fraley, R.C., Vicary, A.M., Brumbaugh, C.C., & Roisman, G.I. (2011). Patterns of stability in adult attachment: An empirical test of two models of continuity and change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101(5), 974-992.

44. Luijk, M.P.C.M., Roisman, G.I., Haltigan, J.D., Tiemeier, H., Booth-LaForce, C., van IJzendoorn, M.H., Belsky, J., Uitterlinden, A.G., Jaddoe, V.W.V., Hofman, A., Verhulst, F.C., Tharner, A., & Bakermans-Kranenburg, M.J. (2011). Dopaminergic, serotonergic, and oxytonergic candidate genes associated with infant attachment security and disorganization? In search of main and interaction effects. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 52(12), 1295-1307.

45. Groh, A.M., Roisman, G.I., van IJzendoorn, M.H., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M.J., & Fearon, R.P. (2012). The significance of insecure and disorganized attachment in the development of children’s internalizing symptoms: A meta-analytic study. Child Development, 83(2), 591-610.

46. Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2012). A behavior-genetic study of the legacy of early caregiving experiences: Academic skills, social competence, and externalizing behavior in kindergarten. Child Development, 83(2), 728-742.

47. Roisman, G.I., Newman, D.A., Fraley, R.C., Haltigan, J.D., Groh, A.M., & Haydon, K.C. (2012). Distinguishing differential susceptibility from diathesis-stress: Recommendations for evaluating interaction effects. Development and Psychopathology, 24(2), 389-409.

48. Haydon, K.C., Roisman, G.I., & Burt, K.B. (2012). In search of security: The latent structure of the Adult Attachment Interview revisited. Development and Psychopathology, 24(2),589-606.

49. Spieker, S.J., Campbell, S.B., Vandergraft, N., Pierce, K.M., Cauffman, E., Susman, E.J., Roisman, G.I., & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network (2012). Relational aggression in middle childhood: Predictors and adolescent outcomes. Social Development, 21(2), 354-375.

50. Murray-Close, D., Holland, A.S., & Roisman, G.I. (2012). Autonomic arousal and relational aggression in heterosexual dating couples. Personal Relationships, 19(2), 203-218.

51. Holland, A.S., Fraley, R.C., & Roisman, G.I. (2012). Attachment styles in dating couples: Predicting relationship functioning over time. Personal Relationships, 19(2), 234–246.

52. Haydon, K.C., Collins, W.A., Salvatore, J.E., Simpson, J.A., & Roisman, G.I. (2012). Shared and distinctive origins and correlates of adult attachment representations: The developmental organization of romantic functioning. Child Development, 83(5), 1689-1702.

54. Llewellyn, N., Rudolph, K.D., & Roisman, G.I. (2012). Other-sex relationship stress and sex differences in the contribution of puberty to depression. Journal of Early Adolescence, 32(6), 824-850.

55. Fraley, R.C., Roisman, G.I., & Haltigan, J.D. (2013). The legacy of early experiences in development: Formalizing alternative models of how early experiences are carried forward over time. Developmental Psychology, 49(1), 109-126.

56. Haltigan, J.D., Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2013). The predictive significance of early caregiving experiences for symptoms of psychopathology through mid-adolescence: Enduring or transient effects? Development and Psychopathology, 25(1), 209-221.

57. Fraley, R.C., Roisman, G.I., Booth-LaForce, C., Owen, M.T., & Holland, A.S. (2013). Interpersonal and genetic origins of adult attachment styles: A longitudinal study from infancy to early adulthood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 104(5), 817-838.

58. Roisman, G.I., Booth-LaForce, C., Belsky, J., Burt, K.B., & Groh, A.M. (2013). Molecular-genetic correlates of infant attachment: A cautionary tale. Attachment & Human Development. 15(4), 384-406.

59. Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2013). Developmental mechanisms underlying the legacy of childhood experiences. Child Development Perspectives, 7(3), 149-154.

60. Mesquita, A.R., Soares, I., Roisman, G.I., van IJzendoorn, M.H., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M.J., Luijk, P.C.M., Tiemeier, H., & Belsky, J. (in press). Predicting children’s attachment behaviors from the interaction between oxytocin receptor and glucocorticoid polymorphisms. Psychiatry Research.

61. Haltigan, J.D., Leerkes, E.M., Wong, M.S., Fortuna, K., Roisman, G.I., Supple, A.J., O’Brien, M., Calkins, S.D., & Plamondon, A. (in press). Adult attachment states of mind: Measurement invariance across ethnicity and associations with maternal sensitivity. Child Development.

C. Book Chapters, Encyclopedia Entries, and Book Reviews

1.   Roisman, G.I. (2001). Jobs, 20th Century. In P.F. Clement & J. Reinier (Eds.). The American Family: Boyhood in America, An Encyclopedia. Denver, CO: ABC-CLIO.

2.   Hong, Y., Roisman, G.I., & Chen, J. (2006). A model of cultural attachment: A new approach for studying bicultural experience. In M.H. Bornstein & L.R. Cote (Eds.), Acculturation and parent-child relationships: Measurement and development. (pp. 135-170). New York: Erlbaum.

3.   Collins, W.A., & Roisman, G.I. (2006). The influence of family and peer relationships in the development of competence during adolescence. In A. Clarke-Stewart & J. Dunn (Eds.), Families count: Effects on child and adolescent development. (pp. 79-103). New York: Cambridge.

4.   Zeng, Z., Hu, Y., Roisman, G.I., Wen, Z., Fu, Y., & Huang, T.S. (2007). Audio-visual spontaneous emotion recognition. In T.S. Huang, A. Nijholt, M. Pantic, & A. Pentland (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence for Human Computing. (pp. 72-90).  Berlin: Springer.

5.   Roisman, G.I. (2008). Black fathers: An invisible presence in America (Book review). Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25(2), 381-382.

6.   Roisman, G.I. (2009). Attachment theory. In D. Matsumoto (Ed.). Cambridge Dictionary of Psychology. New York: Cambridge.

7.   Cicchetti, D., & Roisman, G.I. (2011). Preface. In D. Cicchetti & G.I. Roisman (Eds.), The origins and organization of adaptation and maladaptation: Minnesota symposia on child psychology (Vol. 36). (pp. vii-xii). New York: Wiley.

8.   Roisman, G.I., & Haydon, K.C. (2011). Earned-security in retrospect: Emerging insights from longitudinal, experimental, and taxometric investigations. In D. Cicchetti & G.I. Roisman (Eds.), The origins and organization of adaptation and maladaptation: Minnesota symposia on child psychology (Vol. 36). (pp. 109-154). New York: Wiley.

9.   Roisman, G.I., & Groh, A.M. (2011). Attachment theory and research in developmental psychology: An overview and appreciative critique. In M.K. Underwood & L.H. Rosen (Eds.), Social development: Relationships in infancy, childhood, and adolescence. (pp. 101-126). New York: Guilford.

10. Roisman, G.I., & Fraley, R.C. (2012). The legacy of early interpersonal experience. In J.B. Benson (Ed.), Advances in Child Development and Behavior (Vol. 42, pp. 79-112). Burlington: Academic Press.

11. Rodkin, P., & Roisman. G.I. (2013). Developmental Psychology (Social). In D.S. Dunn. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Psychology.

12. Haydon, K.C., & Roisman, G.I. (2013). What’s past is prologue: Social developmental antecedents of close relationships. In J. Simpson & L. Campbell (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Close Relationships. (pp.750-770). New York: Oxford University Press.

13. Donnellan, M.B., Lucas, R.E., Fraley, R.C., & Roisman, G.I. (2013, summer). Methodological reform 101 for developmental researchers. Developmental Psychologist (APA Division 7 Newsletter), 34-39.

14. Raby, K.L., & Roisman. G.I. (in press). Gene-environment interplay and risk and resilience during childhood. In R.E. Tremblay, M. Boivin, & R. DeV. Peters (Eds.), Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development.

15. Brownell, C.A., Lemerise, E.A., Pelphrey, K.A., & Roisman, G.I. (accepted pending revisions). Measuring socioemotional behavior and development. In M. Lamb & C. Garcia Coll (Volume Eds.), Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science (7th Edition) Volume 3: Social and Emotional Development. New York: Wiley.