The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Young adult and Stress. In most of his Social psychology studies, his work intersects topics such as Quality. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Moral development, Social cognitive theory of morality, Identity development, Religious commitment and Identity formation.
His work investigates the relationship between Young adult and topics such as Social relation that intersect with problems in Parenthood Status and Content analysis. His work in Identity addresses issues such as Personality development, which are connected to fields such as Erikson's stages of psychosocial development. As a part of the same scientific study, S. Mark Pancer usually deals with the School adjustment, concentrating on Higher education and frequently concerns with China, Coping and Social support.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Public relations, Developmental psychology, Civic engagement and Social engagement. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Politics and Information processing. In his study, Community development is inextricably linked to Government, which falls within the broad field of Public relations.
His work on Young adult, Child rearing and Prosocial behavior as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently connected to Longitudinal study, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. S. Mark Pancer has included themes like Citizenship, Service and Public engagement in his Civic engagement study. His School adjustment study deals with Higher education intersecting with Social support and Gerontology.
His main research concerns Civic engagement, Public relations, Public engagement, Social engagement and Futures contract. His work in Civic engagement covers topics such as Service which are related to areas like Public policy, Service-learning, Multimethodology, Diversity and Pedagogy. His work deals with themes such as Worship and Media studies, which intersect with Public engagement.
The concepts of his Social engagement study are interwoven with issues in Social influence, Citizenship and Socioeconomics. His Early childhood study incorporates themes from Sense of community, Prosocial behavior and Early childhood education. His Semi-structured interview study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology and Social psychology.
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The Importance of Friends Friendship and Adjustment Among 1st-Year University Students
Vanessa M. Buote;S. Mark Pancer;Michael W. Pratt;Gerald Adams.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2007)
Social Support: Relations to Coping and Adjustment During the Transition to University in the People’s Republic of China
Sha Tao;Qi Dong;Michael W. Pratt;Bruce Hunsberger.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2000)
Cognitive Complexity of Expectations and Adjustment to University in the First Year
S. Mark Pancer;Bruce Hunsberger;Michael W. Pratt;Susan Alisat.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2000)
Community and political involvement in adolescence: What distinguishes the activists from the uninvolved?
S. Mark Pancer;Michael Pratt;Bruce Hunsberger;Susan Alisat.
Journal of Community Psychology (2007)
A Longitudinal Analysis of Personal Values Socialization: Correlates of a Moral Self- Ideal in Late Adolescence
Michael W. Pratt;Bruce Hunsberger;S. Mark Pancer;Susan Alisat.
Social Development (2003)
Thinking Ahead: Complexity of Expectations and the Transition to Parenthood
S. Mark Pancer;Michael Pratt;Bruce Hunsberger;Margo Gallant.
Journal of Personality (2000)
Adolescent Generativity: A Longitudinal Study of Two Possible Contexts for Learning Concern for Future Generations
Heather Lawford;Michael W. Pratt;Bruce Hunsberger;S. Mark Pancer.
Journal of Research on Adolescence (2005)
Becoming a parent : The relation between prenatal expectations and postnatal experience
Patricia Delmore-Ko;S. Mark Pancer;Bruce Hunsberger;Michael Pratt.
Journal of Family Psychology (2000)
Religious Fundamentalism and Religious Doubts: Content, Connections, and Complexity of Thinking
Bruce Hunsberger;Susan Alisat;S. Mark Pancer;Michael Pratt.
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (1996)
Great Expectations: The Relation Between Expectancies and Adjustment During the Transition to University1
Lynne M. Jackson;S. Mark Pancer;Michael W. Pratt;Bruce E. Hunsberger.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2000)
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