Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Psychiatry, Socioeconomic status, Demography and Injury prevention. Margaret E. Ensminger works mostly in the field of Developmental psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Social relation and, in certain cases, Social support and Drug injection, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Mental health study, which is part of a larger body of work in Psychiatry, is frequently linked to Discriminant validity, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Demography study combines topics in areas such as Developed country, Birth weight, Gynecology and Prospective cohort study. In general Injury prevention, her work in Antisocial personality disorder is often linked to Longitudinal study linking many areas of study. In her study, Cohort is strongly linked to Child psychopathology, which falls under the umbrella field of Aggression.
Margaret E. Ensminger mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Cohort, Demography, Injury prevention and Psychiatry. Her study in the fields of Aggression under the domain of Developmental psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Social environment. Her Cohort research includes elements of Young adult, Gerontology, Cohort study and Life course approach.
Her work focuses on many connections between Gerontology and other disciplines, such as Mental health, that overlap with her field of interest in Social support. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Birth weight, Epidemiology, Parental supervision, Odds and Prospective cohort study. Her work in Injury prevention addresses subjects such as Suicide prevention, which are connected to disciplines such as Human factors and ergonomics.
Her primary areas of investigation include Cohort, Life course approach, Young adult, Injury prevention and Demography. Her Cohort study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychiatry, Cohort study, Gerontology and Prospective cohort study. While the research belongs to areas of Gerontology, she spends her time largely on the problem of Mental health, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Pacific islanders.
Her Young adult study is focused on Developmental psychology in general. Her work on Aggression is typically connected to Term as part of general Developmental psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Injury prevention research focuses on Suicide prevention and how it relates to Human factors and ergonomics.
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Paths to High School Graduation or Dropout: A Longitudinal Study of a First-Grade Cohort.
Margaret E. Ensminger;Anita L. Slusarcick.
Sociology Of Education (1992)
Family structure and the mental health of children. Concurrent and longitudinal community-wide studies.
Sheppard G. Kellam;Margaret E. Ensminger;R. Jay Turner.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1977)
A Decade of Measuring SES: What It Tells Us and Where to go From Here
Margaret E. Ensminger;Kate Fothergill.
The adolescent child health and illness profile. A population-based measure of health.
Barbara Starfield;Anne W. Riley;Bert F. Green;Margaret E. Ensminger.
Medical Care (1995)
School Leaving: A Longitudinal Perspective Including Neighborhood Effects
Margaret E. Ensminger;Rebecca P. Lamkin;Nora Jacobson.
Child Development (1996)
Adolescent health status measurement: development of the Child Health and Illness Profile.
B. Starfield;M. Bergner;M. Ensminger;A. Riley.
Mental health in first grade and teenage drug, alcohol, and cigarette use.
Sheppard G. Kellam;Margaret E. Ensminger;Marlene B. Simon.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (1980)
The Validity of Measures of Socioeconomic Status of Adolescents.
Margaret E. Ensminger;Christopher B. Forrest;Anne W. Riley;Myungsa Kang.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2000)
Using social network analysis to study patterns of drug use among urban drug users at high risk for HIV/AIDS
Carl Latkin;Wallace Mandell;Maria Oziemkowska;David Celentano.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (1995)
School and Family Origins of Delinquency:Comparisons by Sex
Margaret E. Ensminger;Sheppard G. Kellam;Barnett R. Rubin.
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