2011 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary scientific interests are in Life satisfaction, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Self-esteem and Rating scale. He combines subjects such as Mental health, School psychology, Psychological well-being and Academic achievement with his study of Life satisfaction. His study in Mental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Self-concept, Psychosocial, Intrapersonal communication, Anxiety and Locus of control.
Much of his study explores Clinical psychology relationship to Social desirability. Rich Gilman performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Developmental psychology and Quality of life via his papers. The concepts of his Rating scale study are interwoven with issues in Factor structure and Psychometrics.
Rich Gilman mainly focuses on Life satisfaction, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, School psychology and Quality of life. Rich Gilman performs multidisciplinary studies into Life satisfaction and Discriminant validity in his work. When carried out as part of a general Developmental psychology research project, his work on Academic achievement, Self-esteem and Psychological well-being is frequently linked to work in Health psychology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work deals with themes such as Intrapersonal communication, Social desirability, Locus of control and Anxiety, which intersect with Clinical psychology. His School psychology research incorporates elements of Mental health and Perception. Rich Gilman usually deals with Mental health and limits it to topics linked to Psychosocial and Social support.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Life satisfaction, Scale and Implicit-association test. His Social psychology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Clinical psychology. In the field of Developmental psychology, his study on Parent attachment overlaps with subjects such as Perceived quality and Quality of life.
His Life satisfaction studies intersect with other disciplines such as Promotion, Cross-cultural, Social environment, Health psychology and Cultural diversity.
Rich Gilman spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Life satisfaction, Mental health, Positive Youth Development and Health promotion. His work in the fields of Developmental psychology, such as Parent attachment, intersects with other areas such as Quality of life and Promotion. In his papers, Rich Gilman integrates diverse fields, such as Life satisfaction, Perceived quality, Cross-cultural, Social environment, Health psychology and Cultural diversity.
The various areas that Rich Gilman examines in his Mental health study include Optimism, School psychology and Gerontology.
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Characteristics of Adolescents Who Report Very High Life Satisfaction
Rich Gilman;E. Scott Huebner.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2006)
A review of life satisfaction research with children and adolescents.
Rich Gilman;Scott Huebner.
School Psychology Quarterly (2003)
Relative levels of hope and their relationship with academic and psychological indicators among adolescents.
Rich Gilman;Jameika Dooley;Dan Florell.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2006)
Further Validation of the Multidimensional Students' Life Satisfaction Scale:
E. Scott Huebner;James E. Laughlin;Chris Ash;Rich Gilman.
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment (1998)
A first study of the multidimensional students' life satisfaction scale with adolescents
Rich Gilman;E. Scott Huebner;James E. Laughlin.
Social Indicators Research (2000)
The Relationship between Life Satisfaction, Social Interest, and Frequency of Extracurricular Activities among Adolescent Students.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2001)
The relationship between perfectionism and multidimensional life satisfaction among Croatian and American youth
Rich Gilman;Jeffrey S. Ashby;Dina Sverko;Dan Florell.
Personality and Individual Differences (2005)
A Multimethod Investigation of the Multidimensionality of Children's Well-Being Reports: Discriminant Validity of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem
E. Scott Huebner;Rich Gilman;James E. Laughlin.
Social Indicators Research (1999)
Structured extracurricular activities among adolescents: Findings and implications for school psychologists
Rich Gilman;Joel Meyers;Laura Perez.
Psychology in the Schools (2004)
Review of Life Satisfaction Measures for Adolescents
Rich Gilman;EScott Huebner.
Behaviour Change (2000)
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