2004 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Developmental psychology, Parent training, Clinical psychology, Conduct disorder and Head start are her primary areas of study. Her study looks at the intersection of Developmental psychology and topics like Interpersonal communication with Psychological well-being. Her research in Parent training intersects with topics in Social relation, Teacher education and Family therapy.
Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Group discussion, Health psychology, Substance abuse and Behavior change. Her Conduct disorder study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention and Prosocial behavior. Her research investigates the connection between Head start and topics such as Public health that intersect with problems in Intervention.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Parent training, Clinical psychology, Conduct disorder and Intervention. Her research integrates issues of Social relation and Substance abuse in her study of Developmental psychology. Carolyn Webster-Stratton has researched Parent training in several fields, including Mental health, Head start, Teacher education and Depression.
She interconnects Psychological intervention and Psychiatry in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. Her research in Conduct disorder focuses on subjects like Prosocial behavior, which are connected to Aggression. Her work in Intervention addresses issues such as Medical education, which are connected to fields such as Experiential learning and Context.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Intervention, Psychological intervention and Injury prevention. Her work on Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Conduct disorder and Oppositional defiant as part of general Clinical psychology research is often related to Individual participant data, thus linking different fields of science. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coaching and Depression.
Her research in Intervention is mostly concerned with Parent training. Her studies deal with areas such as Foster care and Peer support as well as Parent training. The study incorporates disciplines such as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics in addition to Injury prevention.
Carolyn Webster-Stratton mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Fidelity, Vagal tone, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. Her work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Oppositional defiant, overlaps with other areas such as Biomarker and Skin conductance. Her Injury prevention investigation overlaps with Occupational safety and health, Cognitive restructuring, Psychological intervention and Head start.
Carolyn Webster-Stratton combines subjects such as Experiential learning, Mathematics education, Interpersonal relationship and Professional development with her study of Coaching. Conduct disorder is a subfield of Developmental psychology that Carolyn Webster-Stratton tackles. Her work deals with themes such as Intervention and Cardiac psychology, which intersect with Developmental psychology.
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Treating children with early-onset conduct problems: a comparison of child and parent training interventions.
Carolyn Webster-Stratton;Mary Hammond.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1997)
Treating Children With Early-Onset Conduct Problems: Intervention Outcomes for Parent, Child, and Teacher Training
Carolyn Webster-Stratton;M. Jamila Reid;Mary Hammond.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2004)
Preventing conduct problems in Head Start children: strengthening parenting competencies.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1998)
Preventing Conduct Problems, Promoting Social Competence: A Parent and Teacher Training Partnership in Head Start
Carolyn Webster-Stratton;M. Jamila Reid;Mary Hammond.
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology (2001)
Preventing conduct problems and improving school readiness: evaluation of the Incredible Years Teacher and Child Training Programs in high‐risk schools
Carolyn Webster-Stratton;M. Jamila Reid;Mike Stoolmiller.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2008)
Nipping early risk factors in the bud: preventing substance abuse, delinquency, and violence in adolescence through interventions targeted at young children (0-8 years).
Carolyn Webster-Stratton;Ted Taylor.
Prevention Science (2001)
Stress: A Potential Disruptor of Parent Perceptions and Family Interactions
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology (1990)
Mediators, moderators, and predictors of 1-year outcomes among children treated for early-onset conduct problems: a latent growth curve analysis.
Theodore P. Beauchaine;Carolyn Webster-Stratton;M. Jamila Reid.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2005)
Randomized trial of two parent-training programs for families with conduct-disordered children.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1984)
Advancing videotape parent training: a comparison study.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1994)
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