Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Socialization, Child rearing and Attribution. Her studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Extinction and Erikson's stages of psychosocial development. Her Erikson's stages of psychosocial development research integrates issues from Altruism, Helping behavior, Reinforcement and Age differences.
Her Prosocial behavior study, which is part of a larger body of work in Developmental psychology, is frequently linked to Collectivism, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her studies deal with areas such as Moral development, Social theory and Child development as well as Socialization. Her work deals with themes such as Psychoanalytic theory, Learning theory, Behaviorism, Reciprocal determinism and Social learning theory, which intersect with Child rearing.
Joan E. Grusec mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Socialization, Prosocial behavior and Attribution. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Social relation and Feeling. Her Social psychology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Child development.
The concepts of her Socialization study are interwoven with issues in Childhood development, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development and Social theory. Her work in Prosocial behavior addresses subjects such as Empathy, which are connected to disciplines such as Distress. Her work on Social cognitive theory of morality as part of her general Moral development study is frequently connected to Internalization and Social value orientations, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Joan E. Grusec focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Socialization, Prosocial behavior and Parenting styles. While the research belongs to areas of Developmental psychology, Joan E. Grusec spends her time largely on the problem of Clinical psychology, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Early adolescents. Her work on Moral development, Feeling and Cross-cultural psychology is typically connected to Socialization as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Her Socialization study combines topics in areas such as Social relation and Hostility. Her Prosocial behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Empathy, Facet and Praise. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dominance and Child rearing.
Joan E. Grusec mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Socialization, Prosocial behavior and Compliance. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Perspective-taking, Distress and Hostility. Her study looks at the relationship between Distress and fields such as Coping, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Social psychology is closely attributed to Child rearing in her work. Joan E. Grusec has included themes like Social relation, Interpersonal relationship and Cross-cultural psychology in her Socialization study. Her Social relation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reciprocity, Object, Social environment and Cognitive science.
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Impact of parental discipline methods on the child's internalization of values: A reconceptualization of current points of view.
Joan E. Grusec;Jacqueline J. Goodnow.
Developmental Psychology (1994)
Untangling the Links of Parental Responsiveness to Distress and Warmth to Child Outcomes
Maayan Davidov;Joan E. Grusec.
Child Development (2006)
Handbook of socialization : theory and research
Joan E. Grusec;Paul D. Hastings.
New directions in analyses of parenting contributions to children's acquisition of values.
Joan E. Grusec;Jacqueline J. Goodnow;Leon Kuczynski.
Child Development (2000)
Integrating Different Perspectives on Socialization Theory and Research: A Domain-Specific Approach.
Joan E. Grusec;Maayan Davidov.
Child Development (2010)
Parenting and children's internalization of values : a handbook of contemporary theory
Joan E. Grusec;Leon Kuczynski.
Social cognition in parents: inferential and affective reactions to children of three age levels.
Theodore Dix;Diane N. Ruble;Joan E. Grusec;Sara Nixon.
Child Development (1986)
Vicarious extinction of avoidance behavior.
Albert Bandura;Joan E. Grusec;Frances L. Menlove.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1967)
Authoritarian parenting in individualist and collectivist groups: Associations with maternal emotion and cognition and children's self-esteem.
Duane Rudy;Joan E. Grusec.
Journal of Family Psychology (2006)
Social learning theory and developmental psychology: The legacies of Robert Sears and Albert Bandura.
J. E. Grusec.
Developmental Psychology (1992)
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