His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Evolutionary developmental psychology, Life history theory, Evolutionary psychology and Child development. His research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Psychosocial, Social psychology, Behavioral neuroscience and Differential susceptibility hypothesis. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Science policy and Developmental psychopathology.
The Differential susceptibility hypothesis study combines topics in areas such as DUAL, Environmental psychology and Vulnerability. In Evolutionary developmental psychology, Bruce J. Ellis works on issues like Developmental stage theories, which are connected to Arousal, Stressor, Neuroscience and Affect. Bruce J. Ellis combines subjects such as Social support, Early childhood and Physiological psychology with his study of Child development.
Bruce J. Ellis mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Evolutionary psychology, Life history theory and Evolutionary developmental psychology. Much of his study explores Developmental psychology relationship to Longitudinal study. His study in the field of Self-esteem, Interpersonal relationship, Aggression and Feeling also crosses realms of Interpersonal attraction.
His Evolutionary psychology research incorporates elements of Philosophy of science and Mental health. The study of Evolutionary developmental psychology is intertwined with the study of Developmental stage theories in a number of ways. He has researched Child development in several fields, including Psychosocial and Early childhood.
Bruce J. Ellis focuses on Developmental psychology, Psychological resilience, Cognitive psychology, Perspective and Life history theory. His study explores the link between Developmental psychology and topics such as Stress reactivity that cross with problems in Psychosocial stress. His work is dedicated to discovering how Cognitive psychology, Cognition are connected with Transfer of learning and Variety and other disciplines.
Many of his Perspective research pursuits overlap with Function, Statistical learning, Economic Justice, Life circumstances and Stigma. His study looks at the intersection of Life history theory and topics like Socioeconomic status with Gestational age. His Test study deals with Family stress intersecting with Oxytocin.
Bruce J. Ellis mainly investigates Psychological resilience, Developmental psychology, Function, Perspective and Stress reactivity. As part of his studies on Psychological resilience, he often connects relevant areas like Gerontology. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Signal Detection Analyses and Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis.
His Function research incorporates Stress, Adaptive strategies, Life history theory, Developmental Science and Cognitive science. Throughout his Perspective studies, he incorporates elements of other sciences such as Adaptation, Economic Justice, Life circumstances, Stigma and Social Welfare. His Stress reactivity study incorporates themes from Test and Physical health.
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Biological sensitivity to context: I. An evolutionary–developmental theory of the origins and functions of stress reactivity
W. Thomas Boyce;Bruce J. Ellis.
Development and Psychopathology (2005)
Differential susceptibility to the environment: an evolutionary--neurodevelopmental theory.
Bruce J. Ellis;W. Thomas Boyce;Jay Belsky;Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg.
Development and Psychopathology (2011)
Fundamental Dimensions of Environmental Risk : The Impact of Harsh versus Unpredictable Environments on the Evolution and Development of Life History Strategies.
Bruce J. Ellis;Aurelio José Figueredo;Barbara H. Brumbach;Gabriel L. Schlomer.
Human Nature (2009)
The Adaptive Calibration Model of stress responsivity.
Marco Del Giudice;Bruce J. Ellis;Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2011)
Timing of Pubertal Maturation in Girls: An Integrated Life History Approach.
Bruce J. Ellis.
Psychological Bulletin (2004)
The evolutionary basis of risky adolescent behavior: Implications for science, policy, and practice
Bruce J. Ellis;Marco Del Giudice;Thomas J. Dishion;Aurelio José Figueredo.
Developmental Psychology (2012)
Does Father Absence Place Daughters at Special Risk for Early Sexual Activity and Teenage Pregnancy
Bruce J. Ellis;John E. Bates;Kenneth A. Dodge;David M. Fergusson.
Child Development (2003)
Psychosocial antecedents of variation in girls' pubertal timing: maternal depression, stepfather presence, and marital and family stress.
Bruce J. Ellis;Judy Garber.
Child Development (2000)
Biological Sensitivity to Context
Bruce J. Ellis;W. Thomas Boyce.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2008)
Beyond cumulative risk: Distinguishing harshness and unpredictability as determinants of parenting and early life history strategy.
Jay Belsky;Gabriel L. Schlomer;Bruce J. Ellis.
Developmental Psychology (2012)
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