His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Child development, Moderation, Social psychology and Social relation. Stephen A. Erath interconnects Social anxiety, Anxiety, Clinical psychology and Social cognition in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology. His Social cognition research incorporates elements of Anxiety disorder, Social inhibition and Shyness.
His work deals with themes such as Endocrinology and Glucocorticoid, which intersect with Child development. Many of his research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Peer victimization with Peer victimization, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Stephen A. Erath has researched Peer group in several fields, including Erikson's stages of psychosocial development and Developmental psychopathology.
Stephen A. Erath spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Peer victimization, Vagal tone and Sleep in non-human animals. His specific area of interest is Developmental psychology, where Stephen A. Erath studies Peer group. Stephen A. Erath combines subjects such as Young adult, Psychiatry, Autism, Substance abuse and Social cognition with his study of Clinical psychology.
His study on Actigraphy, Sleep onset and Polysomnography is often connected to African american as part of broader study in Sleep in non-human animals. His work in Psychopathology addresses subjects such as Latent growth modeling, which are connected to disciplines such as Child development. His study in the fields of Social inhibition under the domain of Social anxiety overlaps with other disciplines such as Social competence.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Peer victimization, Coping and Sleep in non-human animals. Among his Developmental psychology studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Repeated measures design and Reactivity. Stephen A. Erath brings together Clinical psychology and Vagal tone to produce work in his papers.
His study in Coping is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Early adolescence, Early adolescents and Stuttering. His Sleep in non-human animals study which covers Moderation that intersects with Actigraphy, PsycINFO and Sleep onset. His Positive Youth Development study combines topics in areas such as Aggression and Anxiety.
Stephen A. Erath spends much of his time researching Clinical psychology, Coping, Peer victimization, Reactivity and Developmental psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Clinical interview, Psychophysiology and Autism, Autism spectrum disorder as well as Clinical psychology. The concepts of his Coping study are interwoven with issues in Early adolescents, Early adolescence, Protective factor, Self-acceptance and Stuttering.
Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics are the subject areas of his Peer victimization study. Reactivity combines with fields such as Repeated measures design, Sympathetic nervous system, Biosocial theory, Permissive and Moderated mediation in his work. He performs multidisciplinary study on Developmental psychology and Suicide prevention in his works.
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Peer Relationships, Child Development, and Adjustment: A Developmental Psychopathology Perspective
Jeffrey G. Parker;Kenneth H. Rubin;Stephen A. Erath;Julie C. Wojslawowicz.
Volume One: Theory and Method (2015)
The development and validation of the state and trait food-cravings questionnaires
Antonio Cepeda-Benito;David H. Gleaves;Tara L. Williams;Stephen A. Erath.
Behavior Therapy (2000)
Social Anxiety and Peer Relations in Early Adolescence: Behavioral and Cognitive Factors
Stephen A. Erath;Stephen A. Erath;Kelly S. Flanagan;Karen Linn Bierman.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2007)
Meta-Analysis of the Efficacy of Nicotine Replacement Therapy for Smoking Cessation: Differences between Men and Women.
Antonio Cepeda-Benito;Jose T. Reynoso;Stephen Erath.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2004)
Cortisol and Children’s Adjustment: The Moderating Role of Sympathetic Nervous System Activity
Mona El-Sheikh;Stephen A. Erath;Joseph A. Buckhalt;Douglas A. Granger.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2008)
Family conflict, autonomic nervous system functioning, and child adaptation: state of the science and future directions.
Mona El-Sheikh;Stephen A. Erath.
Development and Psychopathology (2011)
Early Adolescent School Adjustment: Associations with Friendship and Peer Victimization
Stephen A. Erath;Kelly S. Flanagan;Karen L. Bierman.
Social Development (2008)
Marital Conflict and Children's Externalizing Behavior: Interactions Between Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System Activity
Mona El-Sheikh;Chrystyna D Kouros;Stephen Erath;E Mark Cummings.
Marital Conflict and Risk for Child Maladjustment over Time: Skin Conductance Level Reactivity as a Vulnerability Factor
Mona El-Sheikh;Peggy S. Keller;Stephen A. Erath.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2007)
Harsh Parenting and Child Externalizing Behavior: Skin Conductance Level Reactivity as a Moderator
Stephen A. Erath;Mona El-Sheikh;E. Mark Cummings.
Child Development (2009)
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