Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Aggression, Juvenile delinquency, Peer group and Social relation. The various areas that Mara Brendgen examines in her Developmental psychology study include Social psychology, Friendship, Personality, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. Her Aggression research integrates issues from Child rearing and Clinical psychology, Parenting styles.
Her work deals with themes such as Social influence, Parental supervision and Adolescent development, which intersect with Juvenile delinquency. Her study in Peer group is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Academic achievement, Peer victimization and Child development. Her Social relation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interpersonal relationship and Social perception.
Mara Brendgen mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Aggression, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention and Peer victimization. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Twin study, Social psychology, Friendship and Human factors and ergonomics. As a part of the same scientific study, Mara Brendgen usually deals with the Human factors and ergonomics, concentrating on Juvenile delinquency and frequently concerns with Parental supervision and Social influence.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Personality and Gene–environment interaction in addition to Aggression. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Anxiety, Mental health, Socioeconomic status, Early childhood and Depression. Her Peer victimization research incorporates themes from Longitudinal study and Gene-environment correlation.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Peer victimization, Twin study, Longitudinal study and Injury prevention. Her studies link Friendship with Developmental psychology. Her research in Peer victimization intersects with topics in Test, Dating violence, Path analysis and Youth violence.
Her Twin study research integrates issues from Threshold model, Adolescent alcohol, Early onset and Behavioural genetics. Mara Brendgen combines subjects such as Psychosocial, Early childhood and Child development with her study of Longitudinal study. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Injury prevention, Suicide prevention are connected with Human factors and ergonomics and other disciplines.
Mara Brendgen mainly focuses on Injury prevention, Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Peer victimization and Longitudinal study. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Depression and Human factors and ergonomics. The Peer victimization study combines topics in areas such as Mental health and Peer group.
Her biological study deals with issues like Cycle of abuse, which deal with fields such as Developmental psychology. Her work on Behavioural genetics as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Facial expression, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Longitudinal study research includes elements of Early childhood and Child development.
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Reactively and proactively aggressive children: antecedent and subsequent characteristics.
Frank Vitaro;Mara Brendgen;Richard E. Tremblay.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2002)
Influence of Deviant Friends on Delinquency: Searching for Moderator Variables
Frank Vitaro;Mara Brendgen;Richard E. Tremblay.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2000)
Reactive and proactive aggression: predictions to physical violence in different contexts and moderating effects of parental monitoring and caregiving behavior.
Mara Brendgen;Frank Vitaro;Richard E. Tremblay;Francine Lavoie;Francine Lavoie.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2001)
Subtypes of Aggressive Behaviors: A Developmental Perspective.
Frank Vitaro;Mara Brendgen;Edward D. Barker.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (2006)
Joint development of bullying and victimization in adolescence: relations to delinquency and self-harm.
Edward D. Barker;Louise Arseneault;Mara Brendgen;Nathalie Fontaine.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2008)
Kindergarten Disruptive Behaviors, Protective Factors, and Educational Achievement by Early Adulthood.
Frank Vitaro;Mara Brendgen;Simon Larose;Richard E. Trembaly.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2005)
Gambling, delinquency, and drug use during adolescence: mutual influences and common risk factors.
Frank Vitaro;Mara Brendgen;Robert Ladouceur;Richard E. Tremblay.
Journal of Gambling Studies (2001)
Deviant Friends and Early Adolescents' Emotional and Behavioral Adjustment
Mara Brendgen;Frank Vitaro;William M. Bukowski.
Journal of Research on Adolescence (2000)
The quality of adolescents' friendships: associations with mothers' interpersonal relationships, attachments to parents and friends, and prosocial behaviors.
Dorothy Markiewicz;Anna Beth Doyle;Mara Brendgen.
Journal of Adolescence (2001)
Relations with parents and with peers, temperament, and trajectories of depressed mood during early adolescence.
Mara Brendgen;Brigitte Wanner;Alexandre J. S. Morin;Frank Vitaro.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2005)
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