Thursday, June 21, 2007


* = Undergraduate co-author

Daniels, E. A. & Gillen, M. M. (in press). Identity and body image: A call for new research. In K. McLean & M. Syed (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Identity Development. Oxford University Press.

Schooler, D., & Daniels, E. A. (in press). “I am not a skinny toothpick and proud of it:” Latina adolescents’ ethnic identity and responses to mainstream media images. Body Image.

Daniels, E. A., & LaVoi, N. M. (2013). Athletics as solution and problem: Sports participation for girls and the sexualization of women athletes. In E. L. Zurbriggen & T.-A. Roberts (Eds.), The sexualization of girls and girlhood: Causes, consequences, and resistance (63-83). New York: Oxford University Press.

Daniels, E. A. (2012). Sexy versus strong: What girls and women think of female athletes. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 33, 79-90.

Frederick, D. A., Jafary, A. M., Gruys, K., & Daniels, E. A. (2012). Surveys and the epidemiology of
body image dissatisfaction. In T. F. Cash (Ed), Encyclopedia of body image and human
appearance (pp. 766-773). San Diego: Academic Press.

Daniels, E. A., & *Wartena, H. (2011). Athlete or sex symbol: What boys and men think of
media representations of female athletes. Sex Roles, 65, 566-579.

Daniels, E. A., & Leaper, C. (2011). Gender issues. In B. B. Brown & M. J. Prinstein (Eds.), Encyclopedia of adolescence (Vol. 1, pp. 151-159). San Diego: Academic Press. (The Encyclopedia is recipient of the 2011 PROSE award for the best multivolume reference in humanities or social science.)

Daniels, E. A., *Niles, A., & Frederick, D. (2010). Sports. Sex and society. Marshall Cavendish Digital.

Daniels, E. A. (2009). Sex objects, athletes, and sexy athletes: How media representations of women athletes can impact adolescent girls and young women. Journal of Adolescent Research, 24, 399-422. (Most downloaded article of those published in JAR in 2009 and 2010.)

Daniels, E. A. (2009). The invisibility of women athletes in magazines for teen girls. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 18, 14-24.

Daniels, E. A., & Scanlan, T. K. (2007). A new collaborative interview method to test and expand psychological theory. International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development Newsletter, 2, 21-23.

Daniels, E., & Leaper, C. (2006). The relationship between sport participation and global self-esteem among adolescents. Sex Roles, 55, 875-880.

Daniels, E., Sincharoen, S., & Leaper, C. (2005). The relation between sport orientations and athletic identity among adolescent girl and boy athletes. Journal of Sport Behavior, 28, 315-332.

Articles Under Review

Daniels, E. A., & Zurbriggen, E. L. (under revision). The price of sexy: Viewers’ perceptions of a
sexualized versus non-sexualized Facebook profile photograph.

Articles in Preparation

Daniels, E. A., & Zurbriggen, E. L. Sexualization on Facebook: Why do girls post sexy profile photos?

Daniels, E. A., & Sherman, A. M. Women in appearance-based vs. non-appearance-based
professions: Whom do teens evaluate more positively?

Daniels, E. A., & Porzelius, L. Gendered messages in preteen and teen girl magazines.

Daniels, E. A. What girls take off the field: Late adolescent women's important memories of involvement in physical activities.

Scanlan, T. K., Daniels, E. A., Kahn, K., Stellino, M., & Scanlan, L. High school involvement in organized activities: Underlying mechanisms and lifespan consequences.

Frederick, D., Niles, A., Daniels, E. A., Elssesser, K., & Lever, J. Sexual objectification in the workplace.

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