2007 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Academic achievement, Health psychology and Interpersonal communication. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Depression, Interpersonal relationship and Personality. His Social psychology study focuses mostly on Prosocial behavior and Self-efficacy.
Gabriel P. Kuperminc works mostly in the field of Academic achievement, limiting it down to concerns involving Life satisfaction and, occasionally, Clinical psychology. His Health psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poverty and Stressor. He has included themes like Young adult, Early adolescence, Early adolescents and Socioeconomic status in his Interpersonal communication study.
Gabriel P. Kuperminc mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Clinical psychology, Health psychology and Mental health. He has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Interpersonal communication and Personality. His Interpersonal communication study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Young adult, Early adolescence, Interpersonal relationship and Early adolescents.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Social psychology, Positive Youth Development are connected with Social change, Competence, Self-concept and Workforce development and other disciplines. His Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Life satisfaction and Substance abuse. His Health psychology research includes themes of Community collaboration, Parental monitoring and Depressive symptoms.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Mental health, Psychological intervention, Structural equation modeling and Focus group. His studies deal with areas such as Health psychology and Depressive symptoms as well as Developmental psychology. His work on Psychological distress as part of his general Mental health study is frequently connected to Immigration policy, Multiple time dimensions and Acculturation, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Motivational interviewing and Brief intervention study in the realm of Psychological intervention connects with subjects such as Mass screening. While the research belongs to areas of Motivational interviewing, Gabriel P. Kuperminc spends his time largely on the problem of Clinical psychology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Substance abuse. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Social change and Learner engagement.
Gabriel P. Kuperminc spends much of his time researching Sexual orientation, Prejudice, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His study in Clinical psychology extends to Sexual orientation with its themes.
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A multivariate model of gender differences in adolescents' internalizing and externalizing problems.
Bonnie J. Leadbeater;Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Sidney J. Blatt;Christopher Hertzog.
Developmental Psychology (1999)
Attachment and Adolescent Psychosocial Functioning
Joseph P. Allen;Cynthia Moore;Gabriel Kuperminc;Kathy Bell.
Child Development (1998)
School Social Climate and Individual Differences in Vulnerability to Psychopathology among Middle School Students
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Journal of School Psychology (2001)
Preventing teen Pregnancy and Academic Failure: Experimental Evaluation of a Developmentally Based Approach
Joseph P. Allen;Susan Philliber;Scott Herrling;Gabriel P. Kuperminc.
Child Development (1997)
Perceived School Climate and Difficulties in the Social Adjustment of Middle School Students
Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Bonnie J. Leadbeater;Christine Emmons;Sidney J. Blatt.
Applied Developmental Science (1997)
A Secure Base in Adolescence: Markers of Attachment Security in the Mother–Adolescent Relationship
Joseph P. Allen;Kathleen Boykin McElhaney;Deborah J. Land;Gabriel P. Kuperminc.
Child Development (2003)
Stability and Change in Attachment Security Across Adolescence
Joseph P. Allen;Kathleen Boykin McElhaney;Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Kathleen M. Jodl.
Child Development (2004)
Mentoring Programs: A Framework to Inform Program Development, Research, and Evaluation.
Michael J. Karcher;Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Sharon G. Portwood;Cynthia L. Sipe.
Journal of Community Psychology (2006)
Parent involvement in the academic adjustment of Latino middle and high school youth: Teacher expectations and school belonging as mediators
Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Adam J. Darnell;Anabel Alvarez-Jimenez.
Journal of Adolescence (2008)
Cultural Attributes and Adaptations Linked to Achievement Motivation Among Latino Adolescents
Gladys E. Ibañez;Gabriel P. Kuperminc;Greg Jurkovic;Julia Perilla.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2004)
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