Browsing Department of Psychology by Subject "Child psychology"

Browsing Department of Psychology by Subject "Child psychology"

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  • Lochman, John (2004-07)
    This paper reviews how cascading levels of contextual influences, starting with family factors and extending to neighborhood and school factors, can affect children’s behavioral and emotional development. The ability of ...
  • Bagwell, Catherine L.; Coie, John D.; Terry, Robert A.; Lochman, John E.
    A method is described to identify peer cliques based on a consensus of group members; it provides quantitative measures of preadolescents' involvement in cliques and their association with peers who often get in trouble. ...
  • Stearns, Elizabeth; Dodge, Kenneth A.; Nicholson, Melba; Lochman, John; et al. (2008-04)
    This study investigated the effects of the peer social context and child characteristics on the growth of authority-acceptance behavior problems across first, second, and third grades, using data from the normative sample ...

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