His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Injury prevention, Longitudinal study, Human factors and ergonomics and Juvenile delinquency. His work investigates the relationship between Developmental psychology and topics such as Biosocial theory that intersect with problems in Behavioural genetics and Criminology. His Injury prevention research includes themes of Suicide prevention and Clinical psychology.
Kevin M. Beaver works mostly in the field of Longitudinal study, limiting it down to topics relating to Adolescent health and, in certain cases, Young adult and Self-efficacy. His study in Human factors and ergonomics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Big Five personality traits, Social psychology, Aggression and Occupational safety and health. His Juvenile delinquency research incorporates elements of Peer group, Etiology and Maturity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Longitudinal study, Adolescent health, Juvenile delinquency and Clinical psychology. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology, Biosocial theory and Association. His studies in Longitudinal study integrate themes in fields like Young adult, Demography, Criminal justice, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
His Adolescent health study combines topics in areas such as Allele and Genotype. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Juvenile delinquency, focusing on Sibling and, on occasion, Behavioural genetics. His Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Psychiatry and Psychopathy.
His primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Longitudinal study, Association, Juvenile delinquency and Clinical psychology. His Developmental psychology research focuses on subjects like Big Five personality traits, which are linked to Openness to experience. His studies deal with areas such as Criminal justice, Longitudinal sample, Marijuana use and Socialization as well as Longitudinal study.
His work deals with themes such as Offspring, Causation, Odds and Confounding, which intersect with Association. His Juvenile delinquency research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deviance, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Immigration and Human factors and ergonomics. His biological study deals with issues like Psychopathic personality, which deal with fields such as Empirical research.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Association, Longitudinal study, Psychopathy and Criminal justice. His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Verbal reasoning and Cognitive psychology. Within one scientific family, Kevin M. Beaver focuses on topics pertaining to Confounding under Association, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Behavioural genetics, Odds, Replicate, Sibling and Offspring.
As part of his studies on Longitudinal study, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Longitudinal sample. His Psychopathy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scale, Generalizability theory and Clinical psychology. Kevin M. Beaver interconnects Big Five personality traits, Dark triad, Psychopathology, Antisocial personality disorder and Criminal behavior in the investigation of issues within Criminal justice.
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DO PARENTS MATTER IN CREATING SELF-CONTROL IN THEIR CHILDREN? A GENETICALLY INFORMED TEST OF GOTTFREDSON AND HIRSCHI'S THEORY OF LOW SELF-CONTROL*
John Paul Wright;Kevin M. Beaver.
Cumulative-genetic plasticity, parenting and adolescent self-regulation
Jay Belsky;Kevin M. Beaver.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2011)
Handbook of Crime Correlates
Lee Ellis;John Wright;Kevin M. Beaver.
The Severe 5%: A Latent Class Analysis of the Externalizing Behavior Spectrum in the United States.
Michael G. Vaughn;Matt DeLisi;Tracy Gunter;Qiang Fu.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2011)
Self-Control as an Executive Function: Reformulating Gottfredson and Hirschi's Parental Socialization Thesis
Kevin M. Beaver;John Paul Wright;Matt Delisi.
Criminal Justice and Behavior (2007)
Natural born killers: The genetic origins of extreme violence
Christopher J. Ferguson;Kevin M. Beaver.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2009)
A Gene × Gene Interaction Between DRD2 and DRD4 is Associated with Conduct Disorder and Antisocial Behavior in Males
Kevin M Beaver;John Paul Wright;Matt DeLisi;Anthony Walsh.
Behavioral and Brain Functions (2007)
Genetic and Environmental Influences on Levels of Self-Control and Delinquent Peer Affiliation: Results from a Longitudinal Sample of Adolescent Twins
Kevin M. Beaver;J. Eagle Schutt;Brian B. Boutwell;Marie Ratchford.
Criminal Justice and Behavior (2009)
Monoamine oxidase A genotype is associated with gang membership and weapon use.
Kevin M. Beaver;Matt DeLisi;Michael G. Vaughn;J.C. Barnes.
Comprehensive Psychiatry (2010)
Evidence of Negligible Parenting Influences on Self‐Control, Delinquent Peers, and Delinquency in a Sample of Twins
John Wright;Kevin Beaver;Matt Delisi;Michael Vaughn.
Justice Quarterly (2008)
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