Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Association and Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Longitudinal study, Middle range theory, Set, Adolescent health and Feeling. The study incorporates disciplines such as Father-child relations, Perception and Foster parents in addition to Social psychology.
Cheryl Buehler focuses mostly in the field of Human factors and ergonomics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Injury prevention and, in certain cases, Suicide prevention. Her Association research integrates issues from Early adolescents and Two sample. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marital relations, Substance abuse and Educational attainment.
Cheryl Buehler mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Clinical psychology, Hostility and Association. Cheryl Buehler is interested in Child rearing, which is a field of Developmental psychology. Her work deals with themes such as Coping, Foster care, Equivalence and Ethnic group, which intersect with Social psychology.
Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social support and Well-being. Her Hostility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Emotional dysregulation, Positive Youth Development, Conflict resolution and Intrusiveness. Cheryl Buehler undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Association and Spillover effect through her works.
Cheryl Buehler spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Hostility, Clinical psychology, Early adolescence and Social anxiety. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Coping and Social support. She has included themes like Social change, Social competence, Conflict resolution and Association in her Hostility study.
Her Conflict resolution study incorporates themes from Emotional dysregulation and Social psychology. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. Cheryl Buehler has researched Social anxiety in several fields, including Interpersonal relationship and Peer group.
Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Hostility, Clinical psychology, Positive Youth Development and Social anxiety. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diversity, Social support and Well-being. Her study in Hostility is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stressor, Biosocial theory, Vulnerability, Young adolescents and Depression.
Cheryl Buehler integrates many fields, such as Clinical psychology and engineering, in her works. Her research integrates issues of Multilevel model, Association and Normative in her study of Positive Youth Development. Her Social anxiety research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Early adolescence, Health psychology, Peer support and Intrusiveness.
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Interparental Conflict and Parenting Behaviors: A Meta-Analytic Review
Ambika Krishnakumar;Cheryl Buehler.
Family Relations (2000)
Marital Quality and Personal Well‐Being: A Meta‐Analysis
Christine M. Proulx;Heather M. Helms;Cheryl Buehler.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2007)
Marital Conflict, Ineffective Parenting, and Children's and Adolescents' Maladjustment
Cheryl Buehler;Jean M. Gerard.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2002)
Interparental Conflict and Youth Problem Behaviors: A Meta-Analysis
Cheryl Buehler;Christine Anthony;Ambika Krishnakumar;Gaye Stone.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (1997)
Family cohesion and enmeshment : Different constructs, different effects
Brian K. Barber;Cheryl Buehler.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1996)
Developing a Middle-Range Theory of Father Involvement Postdivorce:
Marilyn Ihinger-Tallman;Kay Pasley;Cheryl Buehler.
Journal of Family Issues (1993)
Marital Conflict, Parent-Child Relations, and Youth Maladjustment A Longitudinal Investigation of Spillover Effects
J.M. Gerard;A. Krishnakumar;C. Buehler.
Journal of Family Issues (2006)
Interparental Conflict Styles and Youth Problem Behaviors: A Two-Sample Replication Study
Cheryl Buehler;Ambika Krishnakumar;Gaye Stone;Christine Anthony.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1998)
A Comparison of Family Foster Parents Who Quit, Consider Quitting, and Plan to Continue Fostering
Kathryn W. Rhodes;John G. Orme;Cheryl Buehler.
Social Service Review (2001)
Cumulative Environmental Risk and Youth Maladjustment: The Role of Youth Attributes
Jean M. Gerard;Cheryl Buehler.
Child Development (2004)
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