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Chong Man Chow, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Office: Clow Faculty 8
Phone: (920) 424-7173
Email: chowc@uwosh.edu

  • B.A. (Psychology), University of Memphis (Memphis, TN) – 2005
  • M.A. (Psychological Sciences), University of Texas at Dallas (Richardson, TX) – 2008
  • Ph.D. (Psychological Sciences) University of Texas at Dallas (Richardson, TX) – 2011

My research interests revolve around friendships and romantic relationships among adolescents and young adults. My research program focuses on three major questions: 1) how adolescents and young adults develop and maintain their peer relationships across the developmental period of 13 to 25 years old, 2) how individual characteristics (e.g., attachment security, empathy) that two members a relationship possess would determine the quality of the relationship, and 3) how quality of a relationship would then contribute to individuals’ broader psychological health.

In addition, I have strong interests in applied statistics, including Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) and Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM), to dyadic and longitudinal data. Most of my existing work has utilized these techniques to address questions involving various dyadic phenomena (e.g., Actor-Partner Interdependent Modeling) and longitudinal changes (e.g., Latent Growth Curve Modeling).

Currently Teaching:  Psychological Statistics, Multivariate Statistics

Recent Publications (** denotes student author)

  • Wiebe, D. J., Chow, C., Palmer, D., Butner, J., Osborn, P., Berg, C. A. (in press).  Developmental factors associated with longitudinal declines in parental responsibility and adherence to Type 1 diabetes management across adolescence. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  • Chow, C., Buhrmester, D., & Tan, C. (in press). Interpersonal coping styles and couple relationship quality: Similarity versus complementary hypotheses. European Journal of Social Psychology.
  • Chow, C., & Ruhl, H. (in press). Friendship and romantic stressors and depression in emerging adulthood: Mediating and moderating roles of attachment representations. Journal of Adult Development.
  • Tan, C., & Chow, C. (in press). Weight status and depression: Moderating role of fat talk between female friends. Journal of Health Psychology.
  • Ruhl, H., & Chow, C. (in press). Empathy and peer relationships in adolescence. To appear in H. F. Watt, & J. Panksepp (Eds.), Neurology and Psychology of Empathy. New York, NY: NOVA Science Publishers, Inc.
  • Chow, C., Ruhl, H., & Buhrmester, D. (2013). The mediating role of interpersonal competence between adolescents' empathy and friendship quality: A dyadic approach. Journal of Adolescence, 36(1), 191-200.
  • Chow, C., & Tan, C. (2013). Attachment and commitment in dyadic friendships: Mediating roles of satisfaction, quality of alternatives, and investment size. Journal of Relationships Research, 4(e4), 1- 11.
  • Chow, C., & **Glaman, R. (2013). Support-seeking and closeness across social relationships: Relationship-general and relationship-specific levels analysis. Interpersona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships, 7(1), 88-96.
  • Chow, C., & Buhrmester, D. (2011). Interdependent patterns of coping and support among close friends. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 28, 684 - 706.
  • Chow, C., Roelse, H. B., Buhrmester, D., & Underwood, M. K. (2011). Transformations in friend relationships across the transition into adulthood. In B. Laursen & W. A. Collins (Eds.), Relationship pathways: From adolescence to young adulthood (pp. 91-113). Sage Press.
  • Buhrmester, D., & Chow, C. (2009). Friendships in adolescence. In H. Reis, & S. Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human relationships. (pp. 718-722). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Recent Conference Presentations

  • Chow, C., Roelse, H. B., & Buhrmester, D. (2012, March).  Associations between Intimacy Skills and Friendship Intimacy: A Longitudinal Study. Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Roelse, H. B., Chow, C., & Buhrmester, D. (2012, March).  A Longitudinal Look at the Associations Between Attachment and Psychosocial Adjustment in Adolescence. Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Chow, C., & Buhrmester, D. (2012, July).  Prototypic Interpersonal Coping and Relationship Quality among Romantic Couples: An APIM Analysis. Poster presented at the International Association for Relationship Research Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Homa, J., & Chow, C. (2012, July).  Comparing the Importance of the Parent-Child Relationship and Friendship Quality on Depression and Loneliness in Adolescents. Talk presented at the International Association for Relationship Research Conference, Chicago, IL.
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