Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Social relation, Parenting styles and Aggression are his primary areas of study. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Anger and Primary education. He usually deals with Primary education and limits it to topics linked to Teaching method and Nursing.
His Parenting styles research integrates issues from Sociometric status, Assertiveness and Prosocial behavior. His studies in Child rearing integrate themes in fields like Personality Assessment Inventory and Personality development. His work deals with themes such as Withdrawn behaviour, Peer acceptance and Early childhood, which intersect with Peer group.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Aggression, Parenting styles and Clinical psychology. He has included themes like Social relation and Primary education in his Developmental psychology study. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social change and Early childhood.
His study looks at the relationship between Aggression and topics such as Peer relations, which overlap with Preschool education. His Parenting styles research includes themes of Temperament and Child rearing. The Clinical psychology study which covers Sociometric status that intersects with Sociometry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Shyness, Chinese americans, Authoritarian parenting and Acculturation. His study looks at the intersection of Developmental psychology and topics like Praise with Socioemotional selectivity theory. His Shyness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social anxiety and Intergroup anxiety.
His research integrates issues of Hostility and Psychological control in his study of Aggression. His research in Assertiveness intersects with topics in Moderated mediation and Social adjustment. The various areas that Craig H. Hart examines in his Prosocial behavior study include Enculturation, Temperament, Self-control and Parenting styles.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Prosocial behavior, Acculturation, Chinese americans and Shyness. When carried out as part of a general Developmental psychology research project, his work on Parenting styles is frequently linked to work in Authoritarian parenting, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study in Parenting styles is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enculturation, Temperament and Self-control.
Authoritarian parenting is intertwined with Emotional support, Style, Social support, Psychological well-being and Instrumental support in his study. His Shyness research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Assertiveness, Meaning, Social adjustment and Moderated mediation.
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AUTHORITATIVE, AUTHORITARIAN, AND PERMISSIVE PARENTING PRACTICES: DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW MEASURE
Clyde C. Robinson;Barbara Mandleco;Susanne Frost Olsen;Craig H. Hart.
Psychological Reports (1995)
Overt and Relational Aggression in Russian Nursery-School-Age Children: Parenting Style and Marital Linkages.
Craig H. Hart;David A. Nelson;Clyde C. Robinson;Susanne Frost Olsen.
Developmental Psychology (1998)
Measuring the Developmental Appropriateness of Kindergarten Teachers' Beliefs and Practices.
Rosalind Charlesworth;Craig H. Hart;Diane C. Burts;Renee H. Thomasson.
Early Childhood Research Quarterly (1993)
Similarities and differences in mothers’ parenting of preschoolers in China and the United States
Peixia Wu;Clyde C Robinson;Chongming Yang;Craig H. Hart.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (2002)
Maternal and paternal disciplinary styles : relations with preschoolers' playground behavioral orientations and peer status
Craig H. Hart;D. Michele DeWolf;Patricia Wozniak;Diane C. Burts.
Child Development (1992)
Children's sociable and aggressive behaviour with peers: A comparison of the US and Australia, and contributions of temperament and parenting styles
Alan Russell;Craig H. Hart;Clyde C. Robinson;Susanne F. Olsen.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (2003)
Children's expectations of the outcomes of social strategies: relations with sociometric status and maternal disciplinary styles
Craig H. Hart;Gary W. Ladd;Brant R. Burleson.
Child Development (1990)
Kindergarten teachers beliefs and practices.
Rosalind Charlesworth;Craig H. Hart;Diane C. Burts;Sergio Hernandez.
Early Child Development and Care (1991)
Aversive Parenting in China: Associations With Child Physical and Relational Aggression
David A. Nelson;Craig H. Hart;Chongming Yang;Joseph A. Olsen.
Child Development (2006)
Overt and Relational Aggression on the Playground: Correspondence Among Different Informants
Mary Kay McNeilly-Choque;Craig H. Hart;Clyde C. Robinson;Larry J. Nelson.
Journal of Research in Childhood Education (1996)
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