Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Social relation, Social environment, Emotionality and Child rearing. Her Developmental psychology research focuses on Sibling in particular. Her Social relation research includes themes of Socioemotional selectivity theory, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Family therapy and Emotional security.
She has researched Child rearing in several fields, including Affect, Meta-analysis and Parenting stress, Clinical psychology, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Her Theory of mind research includes elements of Cognitive development, Cognitive psychology, Language development, Verbal memory and Cognitive map. Jennifer M. Jenkins has included themes like Language acquisition and Context effect in her Cognition study.
Jennifer M. Jenkins mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Sibling, Cognition, Multilevel model and Clinical psychology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social relation, Theory of mind, Socioeconomic status and Association in addition to Developmental psychology. Within one scientific family, Jennifer M. Jenkins focuses on topics pertaining to Personality under Sibling, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Context.
Her study in the field of Cognitive development also crosses realms of Sensitivity. Her studies deal with areas such as Reciprocal, Peer group and Social group as well as Multilevel model. Jennifer M. Jenkins combines subjects such as Mental health, Child rearing and Aggression with her study of Clinical psychology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Cognition, Sibling, Socioeconomic status and Early childhood. Her research on Developmental psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Context. Her Cognition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Machine learning, Clinical psychology and Artificial intelligence.
Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Cognitive skill and Socioemotional selectivity theory. Her Sibling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Context effect and Personality. The Socioeconomic status study combines topics in areas such as Social relation and Mental health.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Early childhood, Association, Theory of mind and PsycINFO. The concepts of her Early childhood study are interwoven with issues in Sibling and Intelligence quotient. Her research in Sibling intersects with topics in Disruptive behavior, Clinical psychology and Context effect.
She interconnects Developmental cognitive neuroscience, Cognitive psychology and Neuropsychology in the investigation of issues within Association. Her Theory of mind study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychodynamics, Aggression, Prosocial behavior, Academic achievement and Parenting styles. Her Observational study study also includes fields such as
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A longitudinal study of the relation between language and theory-of-mind development
Janet Wilde Astington;Jennifer M. Jenkins.
Developmental Psychology (1999)
Cognitive factors and family structure associated with theory of mind development in young children
Jennifer M. Jenkins;Janet Wilde Astington.
Developmental Psychology (1996)
Theory of mind development and social understanding.
Janet Wilde Astington;Jennifer M. Jenkins.
Cognition & Emotion (1995)
Are sibling relationships protective? A longitudinal study.
Krista Gass;Jennifer Jenkins;Judy Dunn.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2007)
Parenting Stress in Families of Children With ADHD: A Meta-Analysis
Jennifer Theule;Judith Wiener;Rosemary Tannock;Jennifer M. Jenkins.
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (2013)
Human Emotions: Function and Dysfunction
Keith Oatley;Jennifer M. Jenkins.
Annual Review of Psychology (1992)
Factors Protecting Children Living in Disharmonious Homes: Maternal Reports
Jennifer M. Jenkins;Marjorie A. Smith.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (1990)
Marital disharmony and children's behaviour problems: aspects of a poor marriage that affect children adversely.
J. M. Jenkins;Marjorie A. Smith.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (1991)
A Longitudinal Investigation of the Dynamics of Mental State Talk in Families
Jennifer M. Jenkins;Sheri L. Turrell;Yuiko Kogushi;Susan Lollis.
Child Development (2003)
Mutual Influence of Marital Conflict and Children's Behavior Problems: Shared and Nonshared Family Risks
Jennifer Jenkins;Anna Simpson;Judy Dunn;Jon Rasbash.
Child Development (2005)
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