Michael J. Shanahan mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Life course approach, Social psychology, Identity and Adult development. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Social change, Distress, National Longitudinal Surveys, Poverty and Stress management. His research in Poverty tackles topics such as Follow up studies which are related to areas like Mental health.
His Life course approach research integrates issues from Higher education, Social environment, Human development and Medical education. Michael J. Shanahan interconnects Typology, Field and Diathesis in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. The Adult development study combines topics in areas such as Social stratification, Thriving and Agency.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Life course approach, Social psychology, Longitudinal study and Social environment. His work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Mental health, Poverty and Big Five personality traits, Personality. His Life course approach research incorporates elements of Social stratification, Cognitive psychology and Human development.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Social psychology, Identity is strongly linked to Positive Youth Development. His studies deal with areas such as Adolescent health, Demography, Obesity and Gerontology as well as Longitudinal study. His research in Social environment intersects with topics in Empirical research, Career development and Gender studies.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Longitudinal study, Cell biology, Life course approach and Personality. Developmental psychology and Absorption are two areas of study in which Michael J. Shanahan engages in interdisciplinary research. His Longitudinal study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Young adult and Adolescent health.
His Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Gut flora and Immunology. His work blends Life course approach and Birth weight studies together. His Personality study improves the overall literature in Social psychology.
His primary scientific interests are in Intestinal epithelium, Personality, Developmental psychology, Gut flora and Big Five personality traits. His work deals with themes such as Paneth cell, Intestinal permeability, Microbiology and Antimicrobial peptides, which intersect with Intestinal epithelium. His Personality study deals with the bigger picture of Social psychology.
His research in Social psychology is mostly focused on Life course approach. Michael J. Shanahan combines subjects such as Temperament and Clinical psychology with his study of Developmental psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Personality development, Social environment and Stress management.
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The Life Course and Human Development.
Glen H. Elder;Michael J. Shanahan.
Handbook of Child Psychology (2007)
Pathways to Adulthood in Changing Societies: Variability and Mechanisms in Life Course Perspective
Michael J. Shanahan.
Review of Sociology (2000)
Poverty, Parenting, and Children's Mental Health.
Jane D. McLeod;Michael J. Shanahan.
American Sociological Review (1993)
Handbook of the Life Course
Jeylan T. Mortimer;Michael J. Shanahan.
Trajectories of poverty and children's mental health.
Jane D. McLeod;Michael J. Shanahan.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1996)
Socioeconomic status and depression over the life course.
Richard Allen Miech;Michael J. Shanahan.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2000)
Social Context in Gene–Environment Interactions: Retrospect and Prospect
Michael J. Shanahan;Scott M. Hofer.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2005)
The Process of Occupational Decision Making: Patterns during the Transition to Adulthood
Jeylan T. Mortimer;Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck;Mikki Holmes;Michael J. Shanahan.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2002)
The Effects of Work Intensity on Adolescent Mental Health, Achievement, and Behavioral Adjustment: New Evidence from a Prospective Study
Jeylan T. Mortimer;Michael D. Finch;Seongryeol Ryu;Michael J. Shanahan.
Child Development (1996)
Subjective Age Identity and the Transition to Adulthood: When Do Adolescents Become Adults?
Michael J. Shanahan;Erik J. Porfeli;Jeylan T. Mortimer;Lance D. Erickson.
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