Rena L. Repetti mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Stressor, Occupational stress and Social relation. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Developmental psychology and El Niño. Her work on Interpersonal relationship and Social support as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Spouse and Social environment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her study in Social support is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interpersonal ties, Social stress and Mental distress. Her biological study deals with issues like Mood, which deal with fields such as Multilevel model. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Response bias and Aggression.
Rena L. Repetti mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Stressor, Clinical psychology and Mood. Her Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social relation and Multilevel model. Her research in the fields of Naturalistic observation, Social support and Interpersonal relationship overlaps with other disciplines such as Social environment.
As a member of one scientific family, Rena L. Repetti mostly works in the field of Stressor, focusing on Occupational stress and, on occasion, Neuroticism. When carried out as part of a general Clinical psychology research project, her work on Daily stress, Negative mood and Self-esteem is frequently linked to work in Perception, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. While the research belongs to areas of Social competence, Rena L. Repetti spends her time largely on the problem of Mental health, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Aggression.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Chronic stress, Stressor and Daily stress. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Naturalistic observation and Repeated measures design. Her work on Mood and Emotional regulation as part of general Clinical psychology study is frequently connected to Reactivity, Well-being and Psychological stress, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Social support and Early adolescents in addition to Mood. Her work deals with themes such as Marital relations and Social psychology, which intersect with Stressor. Rena L. Repetti interconnects Telomere, CDKN2A and Physiology in the investigation of issues within Daily stress.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mood, Daily diary, Social psychology, Perception and Early adolescents. Her Daily diary research incorporates elements of Before Bedtime, Early adolescence, Bedtime and Physically mature. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Stressor and Coping behavior.
Her Perception investigation overlaps with other areas such as Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Diary methods and Negative mood. She integrates many fields, such as Social support and Direct transfer, in her works.
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Risky Families: Family Social Environments and the Mental and Physical Health of Offspring
Rena L. Repetti;Shelley E. Taylor;Teresa E. Seeman.
Psychological Bulletin (2002)
Health psychology: What is an unhealthy environment and how does it get under the skin?
Shelley E. Taylor;Rena L. Repetti;Teresa Seeman.
Annual Review of Psychology (1997)
Work and family in the 1990s
Maureen Perry-Jenkins;Rena L. Repetti;A. N. N. C. Crouter.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2000)
Effects of daily workload on subsequent behavior during marital interaction: the roles of social withdrawal and spouse support.
Rena L. Repetti.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1989)
Employment and women's health: Effects of paid employment on women's mental and physical health.
Rena L. Repetti;Karen A. Matthews;Ingrid Waldron.
American Psychologist (1989)
Effects of Daily Stress at Work on Mothers' Interactions With Preschoolers
Rena L. Repetti;Jenifer Wood.
Journal of Family Psychology (1997)
Classroom social experiences as predictors of academic performance.
Lisa Flook;Rena L. Repetti;Jodie B. Ullman.
Developmental Psychology (2005)
For better or worse? Coregulation of couples' cortisol levels and mood states.
Darby Saxbe;Rena L. Repetti.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2010)
Daily occupational stressors and marital behavior.
Lisa B. Story;Rena Repetti.
Journal of Family Psychology (2006)
Linkages between work and family roles.
Rena L. Repetti.
Applied Social Psychology Annual (1987)
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