His main research concerns Intervention, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. Kevin P. Haggerty has included themes like Health psychology, Latent growth modeling, Substance abuse and Curriculum in his Intervention study. While the research belongs to areas of Health psychology, Kevin P. Haggerty spends his time largely on the problem of Program evaluation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Professional development, Teaching method, Medical education, Prevention science and Pedagogy.
The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Test, Juvenile delinquency, Parent training and Child rearing. His Developmental psychology research focuses on subjects like Substance use, which are linked to Affective behavior. In most of his Suicide prevention studies, his work intersects topics such as Human factors and ergonomics.
Kevin P. Haggerty mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Intervention, Psychiatry and Suicide prevention. His studies deal with areas such as Social change, Test and Social psychology as well as Developmental psychology. In general Clinical psychology, his work in Substance use is often linked to Family management linking many areas of study.
Kevin P. Haggerty combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Health psychology, Curriculum and Medical education with his study of Intervention. Psychiatry and Moderation are commonly linked in his work. The concepts of his Suicide prevention study are interwoven with issues in Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Foster care, Developmental psychology, Psychiatry, Substance use and Clinical psychology. His Foster care study incorporates themes from Curriculum and Medical education. Kevin P. Haggerty frequently studies issues relating to Technical report and Developmental psychology.
Kevin P. Haggerty focuses mostly in the field of Psychiatry, narrowing it down to topics relating to State and, in certain cases, Public health. His studies in Substance use integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Young adult and Protocol. His research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Intervention and Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire.
Kevin P. Haggerty focuses on Foster care, Developmental psychology, Psychiatry, Focus group and Thematic analysis. His Foster care research is classified as research in Nursing. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Homosexuality in his study.
His study in Psychiatry concentrates on Marijuana use, Substance abuse prevention, Mental health, Substance abuse and Motivational interviewing. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Human factors and ergonomics, Qualitative property, Suicide prevention, Structured interview and Context, in his Focus group studies. Kevin P. Haggerty integrates many fields in his works, including Thematic analysis and Psychological intervention.
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The importance of bonding to school for healthy development: findings from the Social Development Research Group.
Richard F. Catalano;Kevin P. Haggerty;Sabrina Oesterle;Charles B. Fleming.
Journal of School Health (2004)
Increases in alcohol and marijuana use during the transition out of high school into emerging adulthood: The effects of leaving home, going to college, and high school protective factors.
Helene Raskin White;Barbara J. McMORRIS;Richard F. Catalano;Charles B. Fleming.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (2006)
A meta-analysis of predictors of continued drug use during and after treatment for opiate addiction.
Devon D. Brewer;Richard F. Catalano;Kevin Haggerty;Randy R. Gainey.
Opening the Black Box: Using Process Evaluation Measures to Assess Implementation and Theory Building
Tracy W. Harachi;Robert D. Abbott;Richard F. Catalano;Kevin P. Haggerty.
American Journal of Community Psychology (1999)
Raising healthy children through enhancing social development in elementary school: Results after 1.5 years
Richard F Catalano;James J Mazza;Tracy W Harachi;Robert D Abbott.
Journal of School Psychology (2003)
Outcomes from a school-randomized controlled trial of Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program
Eric C. Brown;Sabina Low;Brian H. Smith;Kevin P. Haggerty.
School Psychology Review (2011)
Adolescent Substance Use Outcomes in the Raising Healthy Children Project: A Two-Part Latent Growth Curve Analysis.
Eric C. Brown;Richard F. Catalano;Charles B. Fleming;Kevin P. Haggerty.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2005)
An experimental intervention with families of substance abusers: one-year follow-up of the focus on families project.
Richard F. Catalano;Randy R. Gainey;Charles B. Fleming;Kevin P. Haggerty.
Bullying at elementary school and problem behaviour in young adulthood: a study of bullying, violence and substance use from age 11 to age 21.
Min Jung Kim;Richard F. Catalano;Kevin P. Haggerty;Robert D. Abbott.
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health (2011)
A controlled parenting skills outcome study examining individual difference and attendance effects
Richard Spoth;Cleve Redmond;Kevin Haggerty;Thomas Ward.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1995)
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