Gary L. Bowen focuses on Social psychology, Social support, Academic achievement, Developmental psychology and Perception. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Structural equation modeling, Social organization and Knowledge management. His work investigates the relationship between Social support and topics such as Teacher support that intersect with problems in Coherence, School adjustment, Sample, School environment and Centrality.
His research in Academic achievement tackles topics such as Attendance which are related to areas like Social psychology, Peer group, Feeling and Loneliness. His Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Job performance, At-risk students and Applied psychology. His study in Human factors and ergonomics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Injury prevention and Suicide prevention.
Gary L. Bowen spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Developmental psychology, Military Family and Applied psychology. His research in Social psychology is mostly focused on Social support. His Public relations research includes elements of Human services and Program evaluation.
He studies Peer group, a branch of Developmental psychology. Gary L. Bowen undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Applied psychology and Evidence-based practice through his research. The various areas that Gary L. Bowen examines in his Academic achievement study include Attendance and Social environment.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Military Family, Public relations, Social organization and Life satisfaction. His studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention, Academic achievement and Confirmatory factor analysis as well as Social psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Socioeconomic status, Attendance, Multilevel model and Family relationship.
In the subject of general Public relations, his work in Community action is often linked to Focus, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Social organization study incorporates themes from Family stress and Psychological resilience. His research investigates the connection with Set and areas like Legal psychology which intersect with concerns in Structural equation modeling, Sense of community and Social support.
Gary L. Bowen mainly investigates Social psychology, Social organization, Military Family, Psychological intervention and Social capital. His work focuses on many connections between Social psychology and other disciplines, such as Social engagement, that overlap with his field of interest in Social responsibility. His Social organization course of study focuses on Public relations and Social change, Sense of community and Collective efficacy.
His Psychological intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Socioeconomic status, Academic achievement, Grade retention, Attendance and Multilevel model. His work on Social reproduction is typically connected to Individual capital as part of general Social capital study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Self-efficacy course of study focuses on Clinical psychology and Youth studies, Positive Youth Development and Developmental psychology.
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Effects of Crime and Violence in Neighborhoods and Schools on the School Behavior and Performance of Adolescents
Natasha K. Bowen;Gary L. Bowen.
Journal of Adolescent Research (1999)
Social support networks and school outcomes: The centrality of the teacher.
Lawrence B. Rosenfeld;Jack M. Richman;Gary L. Bowen.
Teacher Support and the School Engagement of Latino Middle and High School Students at Risk of School Failure
Ann B. Brewster;Gary L. Bowen.
Social Support for Adolescents at Risk of School Failure
Jack M. Richman;Lawrence B. Rosenfeld;Gary L. Bowen.
Social Work (1998)
In the Context of Risk: Supportive Adults and the School Engagement of Middle School Students*
Michael E. Woolley;Gary L. Bowen.
Family Relations (2007)
The Social Context of School Success for Latino Middle School Students Direct and Indirect Influences of Teachers, Family, and Friends
Michael E. Woolley;Kelli L. Kol;Gary L. Bowen.
Journal of Early Adolescence (2009)
Shadowed by War: Building Community Capacity to Support Military Families
Angela J. Huebner;Jay A. Mancini;Gary L. Bowen;Dennis K. Orthner.
Family Relations (2009)
Poverty, Neighborhood Danger, Social Support, and the Individual Adaptation Among At-Risk Youth in Urban Areas
Gary L. Bowen;Mimi V. Chapman.
Journal of Family Issues (1996)
Promoting the Adaptation of Military Families: An Empirical Test of a Community Practice Model*
Gary L. Bowen;Jay A. Mancini;James A. Martin;William B. Ware.
Family Relations (2003)
Neighborhood Social Disorganization, Families, and the Educational Behavior of Adolescents
Natasha K. Bowen;Gary L. Bowen;William B. Ware.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2002)
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