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Barbara A. Morrongiello is involved in relevant fields of research such as Nonverbal communication, Toddler and Socialization in the realm of Developmental psychology. Her Human factors and ergonomics study frequently links to other fields, such as Medical emergency. As part of her studies on Medical emergency, Barbara A. Morrongiello often connects relevant areas like Human factors and ergonomics. Her research on Poison control often connects related areas such as Suicide prevention. Her study on Suicide prevention is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Poison control. Barbara A. Morrongiello integrates several fields in her works, including Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. She carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Occupational safety and health and Injury prevention. The study of Internal medicine is intertwined with the study of Clinical nutrition in a number of ways. Her research on Pathology often connects related areas such as Observational study.
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Why Do Boys Engage in More Risk Taking Than Girls? The Role of Attributions, Beliefs, and Risk Appraisals
Barbara A. Morrongiello;Heather Rennie.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1998)
Understanding Toddlers’ In-Home Injuries: I. Context, Correlates, and Determinants
Barbara A. Morrongiello;Lisa Ondejko;Amanda Littlejohn.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2004)
Age and Gender Differences in School-Age Children's Appraisals of Injury Risk
Loretta M. Hillier;Barbara A. Morrongiello.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1998)
Parental Influences on Toddlers' Injury-Risk Behaviors: Are Sons and Daughters Socialized Differently?
Barbara A Morrongiello;Theresa Dawber.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (1999)
Workplace injury or "part of the job"?: towards a gendered understanding of injuries and complaints among young workers.
F. Curtis Breslin;Jessica Polzer;Ellen MacEachen;Barbara Morrongiello.
Social Science & Medicine (2007)
Measuring parent attributes and supervision behaviors relevant to child injury risk: examining the usefulness of questionnaire measures
Barbara A. Morrongiello;K. House.
Injury Prevention (2004)
Toddlers' and mothers' behaviors in an injury-risk situation: Implications for sex differences in childhood injuries
Barbara A. Morrongiello;Tess Dawber.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (1998)
Understanding Unintentional Injury Risk in Young Children II. The Contribution of Caregiver Supervision, Child Attributes, and Parent Attributes
Barbara A. Morrongiello;Michael Corbett;Meghan McCourt;Natalie Johnston.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2006)
Don't Run With Scissors: Young Children's Knowledge of Home Safety Rules
Barbara A. Morrongiello;Corina Midgett;Roslyn Shields.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2001)
Children's perspectives on injury and close-call experiences: sex differences in injury-outcome processes
Barbara A. Morrongiello.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1997)
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