Ferenczi, N., & Marshall, T. C. (in press). Meeting the expectations of your heritage culture: Links between attachment style, intragroup marginalisation, and psychological adjustment. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Link to article

 

Altweck, L., & Marshall, T. C. (2015). When you have lived in a different culture, does returning “home” not feel like home? Predictors of psychological re-adjustment. PLOS ONE, 10(5), e0124393. Link to article

 

Marshall, T. C., Lefringhausen, K., & Ferenczi, N. (2015). The Big Five, self-esteem, and narcissism as predictors of the topics people write about in Facebook status updates. Personality and Individual Differences, 85, 35-40. Link to article

 

Bejanyan, K., Marshall, T. C., & Ferenczi, N. (2015). Associations of collectivism with relationship commitment, passion, and mate selection: Opposing roles of parental influence and family allocentrism. PLOS ONE, 10, e0117374. Link to article

 

Ferenczi, N., Marshall, T. C., & Bejanyan, K. (2015). The protective and detrimental effects of self-construal on perceived rejection from heritage culture members. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 100. Link to article

 

Bejanyan, K., Marshall, T. C., & Ferenczi, N. (2014). Romantic ideals, mate preferences, and anticipation of future difficulties in marital life: A comparative study of young adults in India and America. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1355. Link to article

 

Ferenczi, N., & Marshall, T. C. (2013). Exploring attachment to the “homeland” and its association with heritage culture identification. PLoS ONE, 8, e53872. Link to article

 

Marshall, T. C., Bejanyan, K., & Ferenczi, N. (2013). Attachment styles and personal growth following romantic breakups: The mediating roles of distress, rumination, and tendency to rebound. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e75161. Link to article

 

Marshall, T. C., Bejanyan, K., Di Castro, G., & Lee, R. A. (2013). Attachment styles as predictors of Facebook-related jealousy and surveillance in romantic relationships. Personal Relationships, 20, 1-22. Link to article

 

Goodwin, R., Marshall, T., Fülöp, M., Adonu, J., Spiewak, S. Neto, F., & Hernandez Plaza, S. (2012). Mate value and self-esteem: Evidence from eight cultural groups. PLoS One, 7, e36106. Link to article

 

MacDonald, G., Marshall, T. C., Gere, J., Shimotomai, A., & Lies, J. (2012). Valuing romantic relationships: The role of family approval across cultures. Cross-Cultural Research, 46, 366-393.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2012). Facebook surveillance of former romantic partners: Associations with post-breakup recovery and personal growth. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15, 521-526. Link to article

 

Marshall, T. C. (2012). Attachment and amae in Japanese romantic relationships. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 15, 89-100.

 

Pinkus, R. T., Lockwood, P. J., Marshall, T. C., & Yoon, H. M. (2012). Responses to comparisons in romantic relationships: Empathy, shared fate, reflection, and contrast. Personal Relationships, 19, 182-201.

 

Campbell, L. C., & Marshall, T. (2011). Anxious attachment and relationship processes: An interactionist perspective. Journal of Personality, 79, 917-947.

 

Marshall, T. C., Chuong, K., & Aikawa, A. (2011). Day-to-day experiences of amae in Japanese romantic relationships. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 14, 26-35.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2010). Love at the cultural crossroads: Intimacy and commitment in Chinese Canadian relationships. Personal Relationships, 17, 391-411.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2009). Gender, peer relations, and intimate relationships. In D. McCreary & J. Chrisler (Eds.), Handbook of gender research in psychology. New York, NY: Springer.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2008). Cultural differences in intimacy: The influence of gender-role ideology and individualism-collectivism. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25, 143-168.

 

Lockwood, P. J., Marshall, T. C., & Sadler, P. (2005). Promoting success or preventing failure: Cultural differences in motivation by positive and negative role models. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 379-392.

 

Tafarodi, R. W., Marshall, T. C., & Katsura, H. (2004). Standing out in Canada and Japan. Journal of Personality, 72, 785-814.

 

Tafarodi, R. W., Marshall, T. C., & Milne, A. B. (2003). Self-esteem and memory. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 29-45.

 

Recent Conference Presentations

 

Marshall, T. C. (2014, July). Facebook surveillance of ex-romantic partners in the United States and India. Talk presented at the Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Reims, France.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2014, July). Reactions to romantic breakups in India and the United States. Talk presented at the Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Reims, France.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2013, September). Attachment anxiety as a predictor of Facebook surveillance and jealousy after the end of a relationship. Talk presented at the meeting of the UK Attachment Network, University of Surrey.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2011, September). The influence of secure base priming on acculturation and adjustment. Talk presented at the meeting of the UK Attachment Network, University of Southampton.

 

Marshall, T. C. (2011, July). The influence of attachment security on acculturation and adjustment. Talk presented at the X Regional Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Marshall, T. C., & Hellen, L. (2010, July). The cultural grounding of first-date scripts. Talk presented at the Biannual Conference of the International Association for Relationship Research, Herzliya, Israel.

 

Marshall, T. C., & Shirzad, Z. (2010, July). How do romantic partners influence each other’s acculturation and adjustment? The role of partner’s support for promotion- and prevention-focused goals. Talk presented at the XX International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Melbourne, Australia.