His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Acculturation, Feeling and Early adolescents. His research in the fields of Sensation seeking overlaps with other disciplines such as Computer-assisted web interviewing and Collectivism. The Self-concept research Robert S. Weisskirch does as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Casual, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His research in Self-concept intersects with topics in Social acceptance, Phenomenon and Primary education. His Early adolescents study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mexican americans, Self-esteem, Family relations, Family relationship and English second language. His Interpersonal relationship research incorporates elements of Mental health and Friendship.
Robert S. Weisskirch mainly investigates Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Acculturation, Clinical psychology and Identity. His work on Feeling, Social identity theory and Self-esteem as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Computer-assisted web interviewing and Phone, thus linking different fields of science. He focuses mostly in the field of Social identity theory, narrowing it down to topics relating to Social group and, in certain cases, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development.
His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Interpersonal relationship and Personal identity. His studies deal with areas such as Young adult, Mental health, Association and Anxiety as well as Clinical psychology. The concepts of his Identity study are interwoven with issues in Immigrant generation, Gender studies, Asian americans and Socialization.
Robert S. Weisskirch spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Well-being, Social psychology, Identity and Psychosocial. In the subject of general Developmental psychology, his work in Psychological well-being is often linked to Class, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Robert S. Weisskirch incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Well-being, Identity development, Attachment theory and Happiness.
Robert S. Weisskirch interconnects Relationship education and Distress in the investigation of issues within Attachment theory. Along with Social psychology, other disciplines of study including Measure, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Computer-assisted web interviewing and Phone are integrated into his research. His Psychosocial research includes elements of Role reversal, Feeling and Demography.
His primary scientific interests are in Gender studies, Self-esteem, Class, Grit and Mathematics education. His research on Self-esteem concerns the broader Developmental psychology.
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Language Brokering and the Acculturation of Latino Children.
Robert S. Weisskirch;Sylvia Alatorre Alva.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences (2002)
Sexting and adult romantic attachment
Robert S. Weisskirch;Raquel Delevi.
Computers in Human Behavior (2011)
The relationships of personal and ethnic identity exploration to indices of adaptive and maladaptive psychosocial functioning
Seth J. Schwartz;Byron L. Zamboanga;Robert S. Weisskirch;Liliana Rodriguez.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (2009)
Dimensions of acculturation: associations with health risk behaviors among college students from immigrant families.
Seth J. Schwartz;Robert S. Weisskirch;Byron L. Zamboanga;Linda G. Castillo.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2011)
Communalism, familism, and filial piety: Are they birds of a collectivist feather?
Seth J. Schwartz;Robert S. Weisskirch;Eric A. Hurley;Byron L. Zamboanga.
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology (2010)
The Relationship of Language Brokering to Ethnic Identity for Latino Early Adolescents
Robert S. Weisskirch.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences (2005)
Personality factors as predictors of sexting
Raquel Delevi;Robert S. Weisskirch.
Computers in Human Behavior (2013)
Feelings about Language Brokering and Family Relations among Mexican American Early Adolescents.
Robert S. Weisskirch.
Journal of Early Adolescence (2007)
Friends, porn, and punk: sensation seeking in personal relationships, internet activities, and music preference among college students.
Robert S. Weisskirch;Laurel C. Murphy.
Risky business: Is there an association between casual sex and mental health among emerging adults?
Melina M. Bersamin;Byron L. Zamboanga;Seth J. Schwartz;M. Brent Donnellan.
Journal of Sex Research (2014)
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