H. durell Johnson, ph.D.
Human development and family studies
Ph.D., Developmental Psychology (August 1999)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Dissertation: Adolescentsí perceptions of power and intimacy violations during conflicts with same- and cross-sex friends: Associations with conflict characteristics and outcomes.
M.A., Experimental Child Psychology (December 1996)
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE
Thesis: Interparental conflict, family environment and perceived interpersonal conflicts among late adolescents.
B.A., Psychology (May 1993)
Minors: Sociology and General Anthropology
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Human Development and Family Studies
120 Ridge View Drive
Dunmore, PA† 18512
Office Hours (Fall 2013):
Tuesday & Thursday 11:30-1:00
Johnson, H. D., Mahoney, M. A., & LaVoie, J. C. (2013). Situational, interpersonal, and† intrapersonal characteristic associations with adolescent conflict forgiveness, Journal of Genetic Psychology, 174, 291-315.
Johnson, H. D. (2012). Relationship duration moderation of identity status differences in emerging adultsí same-sex friendship intimacy. Journal of Adolescence, 35, 1515-1525.
Johnson, H. D., Kent, A., & Yale, E. (2012). Examination of identity and romantic relationship intimacy associations with well-being in emerging adulthood. Identity: A Journal of Theory and Research, 12, 296-319.
Johnson, H. D., Loff, K. A., Bell, G., Grogan, E. A., Yale, E., Brady, E., Foley, R. J., & Pilosi, T. A. (2009). Identity exploration and commitment associations with gender differences in emerging adultsí romantic relationship intimacy. In E. Cuyler & M. Ackhart (Eds.). Psychology of Relationships (pp. 131-147). New York: Nova Publishing.