His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Friendship, Social relation and Social competence. The study of Developmental psychology is intertwined with the study of Social support in a number of ways. His studies deal with areas such as Young adult and Recall as well as Social psychology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Friendship and fields such as Aggression with connections in the field of Behavior management, Popularity and Teaching method. His work in Social relation covers topics such as Prosocial behavior which are related to areas like Sociometric status and Social influence. The Academic achievement study combines topics in areas such as Clinical psychology and Child development.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Friendship, Peer group and Aggression. His work on Academic achievement and Head start as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Social competence and Longitudinal study, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in the field of Popularity and Norm is also linked to topics like Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention and Social status.
His Friendship research incorporates themes from Peer relationships, Juvenile delinquency, Teaching method, Prosocial behavior and Substance use. His Peer group study combines topics in areas such as Social relation, Social support, Socialization and Social group. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interpersonal relationship and Social preferences.
Scott D. Gest mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Friendship, Social psychology, Head start and Social influence. His Socioemotional selectivity theory study in the realm of Developmental psychology connects with subjects such as Inefficiency. Scott D. Gest has researched Friendship in several fields, including Empathy, Interpersonal relationship and Aggression.
His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Juvenile delinquency and Substance use. Scott D. Gest incorporates Head start and Social competence in his studies. His Social influence study also includes fields such as
Scott D. Gest mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Social competence, Head start, Social learning and Session. Developmental psychology is integrated with Mental health and Sadness in his research. His Mental health studies intersect with other subjects such as Early childhood education, Evidence-based practice, Cycle of poverty and Cognitive skill.
In his papers, Scott D. Gest integrates diverse fields, such as Sadness, Persistence, Experience sampling method, Inefficiency, Affect and Socioemotional selectivity theory. His Social learning research includes themes of Literacy, Peer group, Curriculum and Child development. Other disciplines of study, such as Adaptation, Health psychology, Health promotion, Social support and Social network analysis, are mixed together with his Session studies.
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Competence in the context of adversity: pathways to resilience and maladaptation from childhood to late adolescence.
Ann S. Masten;Jon J. Hubbard;Scott D. Gest;Auke Tellegen.
Development and Psychopathology (1999)
Social networks and aggressive behavior: Peer support or peer rejection?
Robert B. Cairns;Beverley D. Cairns;Holly J. Neckerman;Scott D. Gest.
Developmental Psychology (1988)
Promoting Academic and Social‐Emotional School Readiness: The Head Start REDI Program
Karen L. Bierman;Celene E. Domitrovich;Robert L. Nix;Scott D. Gest.
Child Development (2008)
The Structure and Coherence of Competence from Childhood through Adolescence
Ann S. Masten;J. Douglas Coatsworth;Jennifer Neemann;Scott D. Gest.
Child Development (1995)
Peer experience: Common and unique features of number of friendships, social network centrality, and sociometric status
Scott D. Gest;Sandra A. Graham-Bermann;Willard W. Hartup.
Social Development (2001)
Behavioral inhibition: stability and associations with adaptation from childhood to early adulthood.
Scott D. Gest.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1997)
Teaching practices and elementary classroom peer ecologies
Scott David Gest;Philip C. Rodkin.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2011)
Fostering High-Quality Teaching With an Enriched Curriculum and Professional Development Support: The Head Start REDI Program
Celene E. Domitrovich;Scott D. Gest;Sukhdeep Gill;Karen L. Bierman.
American Educational Research Journal (2009)
A brief method for assessing social development: Structure, reliability, stability, and developmental validity of the Interpersonal Competence Scale
Robert B. Cairns;Man Chi Leung;Scott D. Gest;Beverley D. Cairns.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1995)
Behavioral and Cognitive Readiness for School: Cross-Domain Associations for Children Attending Head Start.
Karen L. Bierman;Marcela M. Torres;Celene E. Domitrovich;Janet A. Welsh.
Social Development (2009)
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