2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
2001 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Sociometry, Loneliness, Social psychology and Social isolation. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social acceptance and Social relation. His Sociometry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Primary education and Rating scale.
His Loneliness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Feeling and Peer group. His study in the field of Friendship and Peer relationships also crosses realms of Social cognition. Steven R. Asher has included themes like Social skills and Social group in his Friendship study.
Steven R. Asher spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Primary education, Loneliness and Friendship. His work deals with themes such as Social relation and Feeling, which intersect with Developmental psychology. His work in Social psychology addresses issues such as Social competence, which are connected to fields such as Sociometric status, Social skills and Coping.
His Primary education research includes elements of Cognitive psychology, Applied psychology, Age differences and Skill development. The various areas that Steven R. Asher examines in his Loneliness study include Self-disclosure, Clinical psychology and Peer relations. Steven R. Asher combines subjects such as Social group and Rating scale with his study of Sociometry.
Steven R. Asher focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Loneliness, Friendship and Clinical psychology. His Social psychology study frequently links to related topics such as Social competence. His Developmental psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Peer relations.
The concepts of his Loneliness study are interwoven with issues in Belongingness and Self-concept. His Friendship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vignette, Attribution, Interpersonal relationship and Peer group. His research integrates issues of Middle childhood and Psychometrics in his study of Peer group.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Aggression, Social influence and Clinical psychology. In general Social psychology study, his work on Popularity, Social acceptance and Peer relations often relates to the realm of Basis and Social perception, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The various areas that Steven R. Asher examines in his Developmental psychology study include Friendship and Loneliness.
His Friendship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Betrayal, Sadness, Anger and Interpersonal relationship. His study in Social influence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Teacher education and Curriculum. His studies deal with areas such as Self-efficacy and Social cognitive theory as well as Clinical psychology.
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Peer relations and later personal adjustment: Are low-accepted children at risk?
Jeffrey G. Parker;Steven R. Asher.
Psychological Bulletin (1987)
Friendship and Friendship Quality in Middle Childhood: Links with Peer Group Acceptance and Feelings of Loneliness and Social Dissatisfaction.
Jeffrey G. Parker;Steven R. Asher.
Developmental Psychology (1993)
Peer rejection in childhood.
Steven R. Asher;John D. Coie.
Contemporary Sociology (1991)
Loneliness in children.
Steven R. Asher;Shelley Hymel;Peter D. Renshaw.
Child Development (1984)
Children's loneliness: A comparison of rejected and neglected peer status.
Steven R. Asher;Valerie A. Wheeler.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1985)
Loneliness and Peer Relations in Young Children
Jude Cassidy;Steven R. Asher.
Child Development (1992)
Coaching children in social skills for friendship making.
Sherri L. Oden;Steven R. Asher.
Child Development (1977)
A Reliable Sociometric Measure for Preschool Children.
Steven R. Asher;Louise C. Singleton;Barbara R. Tinsley;Shelley Hymel.
Developmental Psychology (1979)
The Academic Lives of Neglected, Rejected, Popular, and Controversial Children
Kathryn R. Wentzel;Steven R. Asher.
Child Development (1995)
Peer rejection in middle school: Subgroup differences in behavior, loneliness, and interpersonal concerns.
Jennifer T. Parkhurst;Steven R. Asher.
Developmental Psychology (1992)
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