Developmental psychology, Child care, Cognitive development, Family medicine and Social relation are her primary areas of study. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stressor and Self-fulfilling prophecy. Many of her Child care research pursuits overlap with Positive Youth Development, Physical activity decreased, Birth cohort, Physical exercise and Physical therapy.
Her Cognitive development research focuses on subjects like Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, which are linked to Family relations and Cognition. Her Family medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Peer interaction and Day care. Her study in Social relation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both At-risk students, Social skills and Follow up studies.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Cognition, Child care, Social psychology and Clinical psychology. As part of her studies on Developmental psychology, she often connects relevant subjects like Cognitive development. She has researched Cognitive development in several fields, including Cognitive psychology, Theory of mind and Erikson's stages of psychosocial development.
Her Cognition course of study focuses on Academic achievement and Socioemotional selectivity theory. Her work in the fields of Aggression and Interpersonal relationship overlaps with other areas such as Social competence. She focuses mostly in the field of Maternal sensitivity, narrowing it down to matters related to Distress and, in some cases, Personality.
Marion O'Brien focuses on Developmental psychology, Maternal sensitivity, Cognition, Child development and Social psychology. Her work in Developmental psychology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Cognitive development. Her Maternal sensitivity research integrates issues from Arousal, Distress and Crying.
Her Aggression study, which is part of a larger body of work in Social psychology, is frequently linked to Social competence, Person-centered therapy and Style, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Middle childhood research incorporates themes from Temperament, Positive Youth Development and Partner effects. Marion O'Brien performs multidisciplinary studies into Early childhood and Child care in her work.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. Marion O'Brien studies Early childhood which is a part of Developmental psychology. Her work on Parenting stress is typically connected to Association as part of general Clinical psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Her Distress research includes elements of Arousal, Social information processing, Personality, Maternal sensitivity and Behavioral neuroscience. Her work focuses on many connections between Arousal and other disciplines, such as Cognition, that overlap with her field of interest in Child development. Her Social reasoning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive development and Cognitive psychology.
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Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity from ages 9 to 15 years.
Philip R. Nader;Robert H. Bradley;Renate M. Houts;Susan L. McRitchie.
Identifying risk for obesity in early childhood.
Philip R. Nader;Philip R. Nader;Marion O'Brien;Renate Houts;Robert Bradley.
Differential Effects of Maternal Sensitivity to Infant Distress and Nondistress on Social-Emotional Functioning
Esther M. Leerkes;A. Nayena Blankson;Marion O’Brien.
Child Development (2009)
Nonmaternal Care and Family Factors in Early Development: An Overview of the NICHD Study of Early Child Care
Virginia Allhusen;Mark Appelbaum;Jay Belsky;Cathryn L. Booth.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2001)
Duration and Developmental Timing of Poverty and Children's Cognitive and Social Development from Birth Through Third Grade.
Virginia Allhusen;Jay Belsky;Cathryn Booth-LaForce;Robert Bradley.
Child Development (2005)
Family stress and parental responses to children's negative emotions: tests of the spillover, crossover, and compensatory hypotheses.
Jackie A. Nelson;Marion O'Brien;A. Nayena Blankson;Susan D. Calkins.
Journal of Family Psychology (2009)
Child-care effect sizes for the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development
A Huston;C. Booth-LaForce;Robert Bradley;C. Brownell.
American Psychologist (2006)
The longitudinal relations of teacher expectations to achievement in the early school years.
J. Benjamin Hinnant;Marion O'Brien;Sharon R. Ghazarian.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2009)
Individual differences in trajectories of emotion regulation processes: The effects of maternal depressive symptomatology and children’s physiological regulation.
Alysia Y. Blandon;Susan D. Calkins;Susan P. Keane;Marion O'Brien.
Developmental Psychology (2008)
The Gifted and talented : developmental perspectives
Frances Degen Horowitz;Marion O'Brien.
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