Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Well-being, Demography and Testosterone are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Developmental psychology, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Social relation. His work on Affect and Stepfamily as part of his general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Injury prevention, Spouse and Social equality, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Stepfamily research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Interpersonal relationship, Family characteristics and Demographic economics. Alan Booth has included themes like Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics in his Injury prevention study. Biosocial theory is closely connected to Androgen in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Testosterone.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Demography, Well-being and Crowding. His study in the field of Child development also crosses realms of Injury prevention. His studies in Injury prevention integrate themes in fields like Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
His work on Affect, Personality and Interpersonal relationship as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Interview data and Wife, thus linking different fields of science. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Demography and Remarriage. His study ties his expertise on Demographic economics together with the subject of Crowding.
His primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Romance, Psychoanalysis, Inequality and Economic growth. Alan Booth works on Developmental psychology which deals in particular with Stepfamily. His study focuses on the intersection of Romance and fields such as Young adult with connections in the field of Sexual relationship, Kiss, Positive Youth Development, Holism and Fertility.
His Kiss study combines topics in areas such as Gender studies and Race. His Race research incorporates themes from Family structure and Safety net. His research on Economic growth focuses in particular on Public policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Development economics, Romance, Economic growth and Structural context. The Child development, Stepfamily and Aggression research Alan Booth does as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Occupational safety and health and Human factors and ergonomics, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Inequality, Basic needs, Working poor, Intervention and Welfare reform are fields of study that intersect with his Development economics study.
His work deals with themes such as Fertility, Holism, Race, Young adult and Kiss, which intersect with Romance. In general Economic growth, his work in Public policy is often linked to Underemployment linking many areas of study.
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Testosterone and dominance in men.
Allan Mazur;Alan Booth.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1998)
A Generation at Risk: Growing Up in an Era of Family Upheaval
Paul R. Amato;Alan Booth.
Parental Divorce, Marital Conflict, and Offspring Well-being during Early Adulthood
Paul R. Amato;Laura Spencer Loomis;Alan Booth.
Social Forces (1995)
Cohabitation versus marriage : A comparison of relationship quality
Susan L. Brown;Alan Booth.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1996)
Testosterone, and winning and losing in human competition.
Alan Booth;Greg Shelley;Allan Mazur;Gerry Tharp.
Hormones and Behavior (1989)
Alone Together: How Marriage in America Is Changing
Paul R. Amato;Alan Booth;David R. Johnson;Stacy J. Rogers.
Divorce and psychological stress.
Alan Booth;Paul Amato.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1991)
Parental Predivorce Relations and Offspring Postdivorce Well-Being
Alan Booth;Paul R. Amato.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2001)
Continuity and Change in Marital Quality Between 1980 and 2000
Paul R. Amato;David R. Johnson;Alan Booth;Stacy J. Rogers.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2003)
Unhappily Ever After: Effects of Long-Term, Low-Quality Marriages on Well-Being
Daniel N. Hawkins;Alan Booth.
Social Forces (2005)
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