• Associate Professor, Psychology Department
  • Affiliated Faculty, Consortium for Families and Health Research
  • Director, Developmental Training Program, Psychology Department


  • Vlisides-Henry RD, Deboeck PR, Grill-Velasquez W, Mackey S, Ramadurai DKA, Urry JO, Neff D, Terrell S, Gao MM, Thomas LR, Conradt E & Crowell SE (2021). Behavioral and physiological stress responses: Within-person concordance during pregnancy. Biological psychology. Vol. 159, 108027. Published, 02/01/2021.
  • Deboeck PR (2020). Empirical Bayes Derivative Estimates. Multivariate behavioral research. Vol. 55, 382-404. Published, 09/2020.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2020). Hands-On Experience in the Classroom — Why, How, and Outcomes. In J. L. Rodgers (Ed.) Teaching Statistics and Quantitative Methods into the 21st Century. Taylor & Francis. Published, 06/2020.
  • Deboeck, P. R., Preacher, K. J. & Cole, D. A. (2018). Mediation Modeling: Differing Perspectives on Time Alter Mediation Inferences. In K. van Montfort, J. Oud & M. Voelkle (Eds.) Continuous Time Modeling in the Behavioral and Related Sciences . Springer. Published, 01/2018.
  • Martin, D. M. , Gillath, O., Deboeck, P. R., Lang, K. & Kerr, B. (2017). Changes in Attachment Security and Mindfulness as Predictors of Changes in Depression and General Anxiety. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. Vol. 36(9), 769-797. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2016). Dynamical Systems Approaches. In S. K. Whitbourne (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, Volume 1 , pp. 384–390. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published, 01/01/2016.
  • Little, T. D., Deboeck, P. R. & Wu, W. (2015). Longitudinal Data Analysis. In R. A. Scott and S. M. Kosslyn (Ed.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences . Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons. Published, 01/01/2015.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2013). Dynamical systems and models of continuous time. In T. D. Little (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Quantitative Methods, Vol. II , pp. 411–431. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Published, 01/01/2013.
  • Deboeck, P. R., Nicholson, J. S., Bergeman, C. S., & Preacher, K. J. (2013). From Modeling Long-Term Growth to Short-Term Fluctuations: Differential Equation Modeling Is the Language of Change. In Millsap, R.E., van der Ark, L.A., Bolt, D.M., & Woods, C.M. (Eds.), New Developments in Quantitative Psychology , pp. 427–447. New York: Springer. Published, 01/01/2013.
  • Russell, A., Bergeman, C. S., Deboeck, P. R., Baird, B., Montpetit, M., Ong, A. (2011). Perceived Emotion Control During Later Life: The Relationship Between Global Perceptions and Daily Experience. Personality and Individual Differences, 50 , 1084–1088. Published, 01/01/2011.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2011). Modeling Non–Linear Dynamics. In M. R. Mehl & T. S. Conner (Eds.) The Handbook of Research Methods for Studying Daily Life , pp. 440–458. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Published, 01/01/2011.
  • Boker SM, Leibenluft E, Deboeck PR, Virk G & Postolache TT (2010). Mood Oscillations and Coupling Between Mood and Weather in Patients with Rapid Cycling Bipolar Disorder. International journal of child health and human development : IJCHD. Vol. 1, 181-203. Published, 01/01/2010.
  • Wu, Y. P., Deboeck, P. R., Joseph, M. F., Hwang, C., Perlis, C. S., & Perlis, R. H. (2009). Does study design explain the relationship between conflict of interest and positive outcome in clinical trials in psychiatry? Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 29 (6), 609–611. Published, 01/01/2009.
  • Boker, S. M., Covey, E. S., Tiberio, S. S., & Deboeck, P. R. (2005). Synchronization in Dancing is Not Winner–Takes–All: Ambiguity Persists in Spatiotemporal Symmetry Between Dancers. 2005 Proceedings of the North American Association for Computational, Social, and Organizational Science. Published, 01/01/2005.


  • Bergeman, C. S., Joiner, R., Nelson, N., Deboeck, P. R. (2020, December) A Longitudinal Reservoir Model of Stress Dissipation and the Influences of Concomitant Perceptions of Control, Innovation in Aging, Volume 4, Issue Supplement 1, 2020, Pages 607608, Presentation, Presented, 12/2020.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2020, October). Estimating Derivatives using Time-Delay Embedding. Invited presenta- tion for the University of Virginia’s Design and Data Analysis (DADA) lecture series. Presentation, Presented, 10/2020.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2020, September). No Need to be Discrete: A Comparison of Continuous and Discrete Time Perspectives. Invited presentation for Arizona State University’s Quantitative Brown Bag Speaker Se- ries. Presentation, Presented, 09/2020.
  • Miller, L. M., Deboeck, P. R., Beattie, Z., Mattek, N., Sharma, N., Wild, K., Kaye, J. A, & Dodge, H. H. (2019, October). Modeling of behavioral interdependencies discoverable in continuous home-based digital activity data. Alzheimer’s Disease Centers, Pre-conference workshop; St. Louis, MO. Presentation, Presented, 10/2019.
  • Chandler, K., Hodge, C., Deboeck, P., Melton, K., and McElvaine, K. (2019, October). The Costs and Benefits of Ecological Momentary Assessments (EMA) of Studying Within-Person & Within-Family Variability. Society for the Study of Human Development; Portland, OR. Presentation, Presented, 10/2019.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2018, September). More Efficient Estimation of Derivatives for Visualizing Dynamical Systems. Presentation at the Developmental Methods Conference; Whitefish, MT. Presentation, Presented, 09/2018.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2018, September). Continuous and Discrete Time: Different Inferences from the same Multi-Wave Data. Presentation at the Developmental Methods Conference; Whitefish, MT. Presentation, Presented, 09/2018.
  • University of Utah Developmental/CCF Brownbag: Replication (Deboeck, P. R. & Raby, L.; October, 2017). Other, Presented, 10/2017.
  • Deboeck, P. R., Fraley, R. & Gillath, O. (2017, August). Modeling of Repeated Observations, Separated by Random Intervals, Using Continuous Time Models. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association; Washington, D.C. Poster, Presented, 08/2017.
  • Deboeck, P. R., Fraley, R. & Shaw, L. (2017, August). Visualizing Dynamic Data with More Efficient Derivative Estimation. Symposium presentation at the American Psychological Association. Symposium: Methodological Advances for Modeling and Characterizing Repeated Intraindividual Observations (APA CE Session; Organizer: Pascal R. Deboeck); Washington, D.C. Presentation, Presented, 08/2017.
  • Deboeck, P. R. & Boulton, A. J. (2017, May). Using Derivatives to Articulate Theories and Models of Change. Presentation at Vanderbilt University, Quantitative Methods Colloquium Series; Nashville, TN. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Deboeck, P. R. (2017, May). Generating Hands-On Experience in the Classroom: A Reverse Classroom Retrospective. Invited presentation for Teaching Statistics and Quantitative Methods into the 21st Century, APA Division 5 mid-year conference. Sponsored by APA Division 5, the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, and Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Garnier-Villarreal, M., Deboeck, P. R., Johnson, D., Watts A. (2017, May). Intra and Interindividual Variation Modeling: Bayesian Mixed-Effects Nonstationary Latent Differential Equation Model. Presentation, Presented, 05/2017.