His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Social relation, Interpersonal relationship and Attachment measures. He combines subjects such as Cognition and Personality development with his study of Developmental psychology. In his research on the topic of Social psychology, Normative is strongly related with Intervention.
Philip A. Cowan has researched Interpersonal relationship in several fields, including Extended family, Social support and Psychology of self. Philip A. Cowan focuses mostly in the field of Marital satisfaction, narrowing it down to topics relating to Marital relations and, in certain cases, Male-female relations and Gender studies. His studies in Parenting styles integrate themes in fields like Interpersonal communication and Intrapersonal communication.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Intervention, Social relation and Clinical psychology. His Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention and Affect. Philip A. Cowan frequently studies issues relating to Cognition and Affect.
His Intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Coparenting, Psychopathology, Well-being and Family therapy. As part of his studies on Social relation, Philip A. Cowan often connects relevant subjects like Interpersonal relationship. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Attachment theory and Quality.
Philip A. Cowan focuses on Developmental psychology, Intervention, Coparenting, Psychological intervention and Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Psychopathology, Developmental psychopathology and Well-being. His study in Intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Mediation and Child development.
His Child development research incorporates elements of Child psychopathology, Family therapy and Attitude change. Many of his research projects under Psychological intervention are closely connected to Government, Personal account, Intervention trials and Risk factor with Government, Personal account, Intervention trials and Risk factor, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Parenting programs and Childhood development.
Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention, Intervention, Quality and Government are his primary areas of study. His study connects Social psychology and Developmental psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychopathology, Developmental psychopathology and Genogram.
Philip A. Cowan has included themes like Child psychopathology, Family therapy and Child development in his Intervention study. Quality combines with fields such as Intervention effect, Attachment theory, Anxiety, Mediation and Service provider in his investigation. The concepts of his Coparenting study are interwoven with issues in Group psychotherapy and Clinical psychology.
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When Partners Become Parents: The Big Life Change for Couples
Carolyn Pape Cowan;Philip A. Cowan.
Transitions to Parenthood His, Hers, and Theirs
Carolyn Pape Cowan;Philip A. Cowan;Gertrude Heming;Ellen Garrett.
Journal of Family Issues (1985)
Interventions to Ease the Transition to Parenthood: Why They Are Needed and What They Can Do
Carolyn Pape Cowan;Philip A. Cowan.
Family Relations (1995)
Assessing young children's views of their academic, social, and emotional lives: an evaluation of the self-perception scales of the Berkeley Puppet Interview.
Jeffrey R. Measelle;Jennifer C. Ablow;Philip A. Cowan;Carolyn P. Cowan.
Child Development (1998)
Promoting fathers' engagement with children: Preventive interventions for low-income families.
Philip A. Cowan;Carolyn Pape Cowan;Marsha Kline Pruett;Kyle Pruett.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2009)
Marital Quality and Gender Differences in Parent-Child Interaction
Patricia K. Kerig;Philip A. Cowan;Carolyn Pape Cowan.
Developmental Psychology (1993)
Thinking About Risk and Resilience in Families
Philip A. Cowan;Carolyn Pape Cowan;Marc S. Schulz.
Ordinary physical punishment: Is it harmful? Comment on Gershoff (2002).
Diana Baumrind;Robert E. Larzelere;Philip A. Cowan.
Psychological Bulletin (2002)
Parents' Attachment Histories and Children's Externalizing and Internalizing Behaviors: Exploring Family Systems Models of Linkage
Philip A. Cowan;Deborah A. Cohn;Carolyn Pape Cowan;Jane L. Pearson.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1996)
Working Models of Childhood Attachment and Couple Relationships
Deborah A. Cohn;Daniel H. Silver;Carolyn P. Cowan;Philip A. Cowan.
Journal of Family Issues (1992)
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