John R. Z. Abela mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Depression, Cognition, Cognitive style and Rumination. His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Depressive symptoms, Developmental psychopathology, Personality and Self. His Depression research includes themes of Interpersonal communication, Clinical psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Vulnerability.
The concepts of his Cognition study are interwoven with issues in Stressor, Social psychology and Dysfunctional family. His study in Stressor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult and Neuroticism. He performs integrative Cognitive style and Diathesis–stress model research in his work.
His main research concerns Depression, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Clinical psychology and Depressive symptoms. His research in the fields of Cognitive vulnerability and Rumination overlaps with other disciplines such as El Niño. The Self-esteem research he does as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Diathesis–stress model, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His work deals with themes such as Interpersonal communication, Neuroticism, Psychometrics, Dysfunctional family and Social support, which intersect with Cognition. His Dysfunctional family research incorporates elements of Stressor and Social psychology. John R. Z. Abela has included themes like Major depressive disorder, Adolescent development and Anxiety in his Clinical psychology study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Depression, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Multilevel model and Cognition. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Confirmatory factor analysis, Vulnerability and Nomothetic and idiographic. His Nomothetic and idiographic study deals with Neuroticism intersecting with Self-esteem.
His work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Maladaptive schemas and Depressive symptoms. His biological study deals with issues like Association, which deal with fields such as Age differences and Etiology. His Moderation research integrates issues from Interpersonal relationship and Cognitive style.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Confirmatory factor analysis, Classical test theory, Life satisfaction and Depression. He has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Clinical psychology and Measurement invariance. His Confirmatory factor analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology, Self-esteem and Well-being.
A majority of his Classical test theory research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Optimism and Scale. His Depression study incorporates themes from Cognition, Cognitive style, Moderation, Vulnerability and Interpersonal relationship. His studies in Interpersonal relationship integrate themes in fields like Interpersonal communication and Cognitive vulnerability.
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An examination of the response styles theory of depression in third- and seventh-grade children: a short-term longitudinal study.
John R. Z. Abela;Karen Brozina;Emily P. Haigh.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2002)
Development of psychopathology: A vulnerability-stress perspective.
Benjamin L. Hankin;John R. Z. Abela.
Adult Attachment Dimensions and Specificity of Emotional Distress Symptoms: Prospective Investigations of Cognitive Risk and Interpersonal Stress Generation as Mediating Mechanisms
Benjamin L. Hankin;Benjamin L. Hankin;Jon D. Kassel;John R. Z. Abela.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2005)
The hopelessness theory of depression: a test of the diathesis-stress and causal mediation components in third and seventh grade children.
John Robert Zachary Abela.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2001)
Intrinsic Need Satisfaction and Well–Being in Children and Adolescents: An Application of the Self–Determination Theory
Marie–Hélène Véronneau;Richard F. Koestner;John R.Z. Abela.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2005)
A TEST OF THE INTEGRATION OF THE RESPONSE STYLES AND SOCIAL SUPPORT THEORIES OF DEPRESSION IN THIRD AND SEVENTH GRADE CHILDREN
John R. Z. Abela;Ella Vanderbilt;Adèle Rochon.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2004)
The positivity scale.
Gian Vittorio Caprara;Guido Alessandri;Nancy Eisenberg;A. Kupfer.
Psychological Assessment (2012)
Interpersonal Vulnerability to Depression in High-Risk Children: The Role of Insecure Attachment and Reassurance Seeking.
John R. Z. Abela;Benjamin L. Hankin;Emily A. P. Haigh;Philippe Adams.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2005)
Cognitive vulnerability to depression in children and adolescents: A developmental psychopathology perspective.
John R. Z. Abela;Benjamin L. Hankin.
Dysfunctional attitudes, self-esteem, and hassles: Cognitive vulnerability to depression in children of affectively ill parents
John R.Z. Abela;Steven A. Skitch.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2007)
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