2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
2011 - William James Fellow Award, Association for Psychological Science (APA)
1996 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Nancy Eisenberg mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Empathy and Emotionality. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social relation, Personal distress and Personality. Her Prosocial behavior research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Longitudinal study, Moral development, Personality development, Cognition and Moral reasoning.
Nancy Eisenberg works mostly in the field of Empathy, limiting it down to topics relating to Sympathy and, in certain cases, Distress and Morality, as a part of the same area of interest. Her work carried out in the field of Emotionality brings together such families of science as Negative emotionality, Social change, Anxiety, Emotional intensity and Coping. Her Self-control research integrates issues from Externalization, Anger, Attentional control and Temperament.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Empathy and Sympathy. She combines subjects such as Social relation, Anger and Personality with her study of Developmental psychology. She focuses mostly in the field of Social psychology, narrowing it down to matters related to Social competence and, in some cases, Social skills.
Her studies in Prosocial behavior integrate themes in fields like Attribution, Affect, Personality development, Cognition and Morality. Her research in Empathy intersects with topics in Helping behavior and Distress. The Self-control study combines topics in areas such as Parenting styles, Impulsivity and Child development.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Clinical psychology and Empathy. Her Developmental psychology research focuses on Moderation and how it relates to Impulsivity. Her research in Social psychology focuses on subjects like Social competence, which are connected to Coping.
Nancy Eisenberg combines subjects such as Socialization and Moral reasoning with her study of Prosocial behavior. Her study focuses on the intersection of Empathy and fields such as Sympathy with connections in the field of Personal distress. Her work deals with themes such as Temperament, Emotionality and Longitudinal study, which intersect with Anger.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Clinical psychology and Young adult. Her studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention and Empathy as well as Developmental psychology. Her Empathy research integrates issues from Sympathy and Socialization.
Nancy Eisenberg studied Social psychology and Mediation that intersect with Marital stress and Middle childhood. Her Prosocial behavior research includes themes of Social perception, Openness to experience, Moral reasoning, Personality and Morality. Her work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Coping, intersects with other areas such as Trait and Injury prevention.
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The Relation of Empathy to Prosocial and Related Behaviors
Nancy Eisenberg;Paul A. Miller.
Psychological Bulletin (1987)
Emotion, regulation, and moral development.
Annual Review of Psychology (2000)
Parental socialization of emotion.
Nancy Eisenberg;Amanda Cumberland;Tracy L. Spinrad.
Psychological Inquiry (1998)
Social, emotional, and personality development
Nancy Eisenberg;William Damon.
The Relations of Regulation and Emotionality to Children's Externalizing and Internalizing Problem Behavior
Nancy Eisenberg;Amanda Cumberland;Tracy L. Spinrad;Richard A. Fabes.
Child Development (2001)
Sex Differences in Empathy and Related Capacities
Nancy Eisenberg;Randy Lennon.
Psychological Bulletin (1983)
Dispositional emotionality and regulation: their role in predicting quality of social functioning.
Nancy Eisenberg;Richard A. Fabes;Ivanna K. Guthrie;Mark Reiser.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2000)
The relation of empathy to aggressive and externalizing/antisocial behavior.
Paul A. Miller;Nancy Eisenberg.
Psychological Bulletin (1988)
The roots of prosocial behavior in children
Nancy Eisenberg;Paul Henry Mussen.
Altruistic Emotion, Cognition, and Behavior (PLE: Emotion)
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