Her primary areas of study are Domestic violence, Developmental psychology, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Victimology. She regularly ties together related areas like Child abuse in her Domestic violence studies. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Confirmatory factor analysis, Anxiety disorder, Anxiety and Cognition.
There are a combination of areas like Child rearing and Intervention integrated together with her Suicide prevention study. Her Injury prevention study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Human factors and ergonomics. Her research integrates issues of Psychological well-being and Well-being in her study of Aggression.
Renee McDonald mostly deals with Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention and Clinical psychology. Her Domestic violence study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Child abuse. Her studies deal with areas such as Social relation, Cognition and Association as well as Developmental psychology.
The Association study combines topics in areas such as Family conflict and Blame. Her Injury prevention study frequently links to related topics such as Human factors and ergonomics. Her research in Clinical psychology tackles topics such as Sexual violence which are related to areas like Bystander effect.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Association and Psychological resilience in addition to Clinical psychology. Her Domestic violence research spans across into subjects like Developmental psychology and Social psychology.
Her research investigates the link between Developmental psychology and topics such as Psychological intervention that cross with problems in Context and Aggression. Renee McDonald integrates Suicide prevention and Occupational safety and health in her research. A majority of her Human factors and ergonomics research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Bystander effect and Sexual violence.
Her primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Bystander effect. Her Clinical psychology research overlaps with Sexual abuse and Occupational safety and health. Occupational safety and health is intertwined with Recruitment methods, Affect, Sample and Child sexual abuse in her research.
Her primary area of study in Human factors and ergonomics is in the field of Domestic violence. Her Bystander effect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Helping behavior and Sexual violence. The concepts of her Sexual violence study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology and Self-efficacy.
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Estimating the number of American children living in partner-violent families.
Renee McDonald;Ernest N. Jouriles;Suhasini Ramisetty-Mikler;Raul Caetano.
Journal of Family Psychology (2006)
Interparental conflict and child adjustment: testing the mediational role of appraisals in the cognitive-contextual framework.
John H. Grych;Frank D. Fincham;Ernest N. Jouriles;Renee McDonald.
Child Development (2000)
Patterns of adjustment among children of battered women.
John H. Grych;Ernest N. Jouriles;Paul R. Swank;Renee McDonald.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2000)
Child abuse in the context of domestic violence: prevalence, explanations, and practice implications.
Ernest N Jouriles;Renee McDonald;Amy M Smith Slep;Richard E Heyman.
Violence & Victims (2008)
Physical Violence and Other Forms of Marital Aggression: Links With Children's Behavior Problems
Ernest N. Jouriles;William D. Norwood;Renee McDonald;John P. Vincent.
Journal of Family Psychology (1996)
Children's exposure to intimate partner violence: a meta-analysis of longitudinal associations with child adjustment problems
Nicole L. Vu;Ernest N. Jouriles;Renee McDonald;David Rosenfield.
Clinical Psychology Review (2016)
Effects of a Parenting Intervention on Features of Psychopathy in Children
Renee McDonald;Mary Catherine Dodson;David Rosenfield;Ernest N. Jouriles.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2011)
Reducing conduct problems among children of battered women.
Ernest N. Jouriles;Renee McDonald;Laura Spiller;William D. Norwood.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2001)
Variability in Adjustment of Children of Battered Women: The Role of Child Appraisals of Interparent Conflict
Ernest N. Jouriles;Laura Collazos Spiller;Nanette S Stephens;Renee McDonald.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (2000)
Phonological processing and emergent literacy in younger and older preschool children.
Jason L. Anthony;Jeffrey M. Williams;Renee McDonald;David J. Francis.
Annals of Dyslexia (2007)
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