His primary areas of study are Self-efficacy, Social psychology, Psychometrics, Applied psychology and Test validity. His research in Self-efficacy intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Physical therapy and Coping. His work on Disengagement theory expands to the thematically related Social psychology.
Steven V. Owen combines subjects such as Content validity and Nature of Science with his study of Psychometrics. Steven V. Owen focuses mostly in the field of Applied psychology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Scale and, in certain cases, Consistency, Chance agreement, Cohen's kappa and Relevance. His work carried out in the field of Test validity brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology and Construct validity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Scale, Self-efficacy and Clinical psychology. His Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Content validity and Sample. Steven V. Owen interconnects Relevance and Chance agreement, Cohen's kappa in the investigation of issues within Content validity.
His Scale study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognition and Applied psychology. As part of one scientific family, Steven V. Owen deals mainly with the area of Applied psychology, narrowing it down to issues related to the Psychometrics, and often Construct validity. His Self-efficacy research includes elements of Coping and Test validity.
Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Gerontology, Scale and Mathematics education are his primary areas of study. His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Psychosocial, Self efficacy scale, Developmental psychology and Mental health. In general Social psychology study, his work on Moral disengagement often relates to the realm of Morality, Moral responsibility, Terrorism and Civilian casualties, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Scale research integrates issues from Chance agreement, Cohen's kappa, Applied psychology and Relevance. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nature of Science, Psychometrics, Career choice and Rubric. He has researched Content validity in several fields, including Consistency and Consistency.
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Is the CVI an acceptable indicator of content validity? Appraisal and recommendations
Denise F. Polit;Cheryl Tatano Beck;Steven V. Owen.
Research in Nursing & Health (2007)
Development and Validation of the Computer Self-Efficacy Scale
Christine A. Murphy;Delphine Coover;Steven V. Owen.
Educational and Psychological Measurement (1989)
Effect of Intense Strength Training on Standing Balance, Walking Speed, and Sit-to-Stand Performance in Older Adults
Jeffrey Schlicht;David N. Camaione;Steven V. Owen.
Journals of Gerontology Series A-biological Sciences and Medical Sciences (2001)
Development of a College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale.
Steven V. Owen;Robin D. Froman.
A measure of self-care self-efficacy.
Elise L. Lev;Steven V. Owen.
Research in Nursing & Health (1996)
High Ability/Learning Disabled Students: How Are They Different?
Susan Baum;Steven V. Owen.
Gifted Child Quarterly (1988)
MECHANISMS OF MORAL DISENGAGEMENT IN SUPPORT OF MILITARY FORCE: THE IMPACT OF SEPT. 11
Alfred L. McAlister;Albert Bandura;Steven V. Owen;Steven V. Owen.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2006)
Gifted Students with Attention Deficits: Fact and/or Fiction? Or, Can We See the Forest for the Trees?:
Susan M. Baum;F. Richard Olenchak;Steven V. Owen.
Gifted Child Quarterly (1998)
In Pursuit of Validity: A comprehensive review of science attitude instruments 1935–2005
Cheryl L. Blalock;Michael J. Lichtenstein;Steven Owen;Linda Pruski.
International Journal of Science Education (2008)
An intervention to increase quality of life and self-care self-efficacy and decrease symptoms in breast cancer patients.
E L Lev;K M Daley;N E Conner;M Reith.
Scholarly inquiry for nursing practice (2001)
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