2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
Her primary areas of study are Emotionally focused therapy, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Pedagogy and Mathematics education. She combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Object Attachment and Interpersonal communication with her study of Emotionally focused therapy. Her Psychotherapist research integrates issues from Forgiveness, Interpersonal relationship, Attachment theory and Interpersonal interaction.
Her work on Marital Therapy and Distress as part of general Clinical psychology research is often related to Task analysis and Human factors and ergonomics, thus linking different fields of science. Her Collegiality study in the realm of Pedagogy connects with subjects such as Access to information. Susan M. Johnson has included themes like Publishing, Curriculum, Publication, Education policy and Professional development in her Mathematics education study.
Her main research concerns Psychotherapist, Emotionally focused therapy, Pedagogy, Clinical psychology and Attachment theory. Her research in the fields of Family therapy overlaps with other disciplines such as Process and Perspective. She interconnects Psychological intervention, Interpersonal relationship, Distress and Interpersonal communication in the investigation of issues within Emotionally focused therapy.
Her work on Intervention expands to the thematically related Psychological intervention. Her work carried out in the field of Pedagogy brings together such families of science as Mathematics education, Work environment and Medical education. Her Clinical psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Marital Therapy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Emotionally focused therapy, Psychotherapist, Attachment theory, Social psychology and Pedagogy. Her Emotionally focused therapy research incorporates elements of Cognitive behavioral therapy, Psychological resilience and Simple. Her specific area of interest is Psychotherapist, where Susan M. Johnson studies Family therapy.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Attachment theory, Reproductive health is strongly linked to Sex therapy. Her studies deal with areas such as Compassion and Active listening as well as Social psychology. Her study in Pedagogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Teamwork, Staffing, Mathematics education and High poverty.
Psychotherapist, Attachment theory, Interpersonal relationship, Attachment anxiety and Object Attachment are her primary areas of study. Her Psychotherapist research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Emotionally focused therapy, Attachment security, Romantic partners and Emotional control. Her research in Emotionally focused therapy intersects with topics in Family characteristics, Affective neuroscience and Psychological resilience.
Her Interpersonal relationship research includes themes of Developmental psychology and Self report, Clinical psychology. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Mental health and Anxiety. Susan M. Johnson focuses mostly in the field of Object Attachment, narrowing it down to topics relating to Follow up studies and, in certain cases, Emotional engagement, Outcome assessment, Family therapy and Facilitation.
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Pursuing a “Sense of Success”: New Teachers Explain Their Career Decisions:
Susan Moore Johnson;Sarah E. Birkeland.
American Educational Research Journal (2003)
Teachers At Work: Achieving Success In Our Schools
Susan Moore Johnson.
Emotionally focused therapy for couples
Leslie S. Greenberg;Susan M. Johnson.
How Context Matters in High-Need Schools: The Effects of Teachers’ Working Conditions on Their Professional Satisfaction and Their Students’ Achievement
Susan Moore Johnson;Matthew A. Kraft;John P. Papay.
Teachers College Record (2012)
The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Creating Connection
Susan M. Johnson.
Leading to Change: The Challenge of the New Superintendency. Jossey-Bass Education Series.
Susan Moore Johnson.
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy: Status and Challenges
Susan M. Johnson;John Hunsley;Leslie Greenberg;Dwavne Schindler.
Clinical Psychology-science and Practice (1999)
Teacher Turnover in High-Poverty Schools: What We Know and Can Do
Nicole S. Simon;Susan Moore Johnson.
Teachers College Record (2015)
"Lost at Sea": New Teachers' Experiences with Curriculum and Assessment.
David Kauffman;Susan Moore Johnson;Susan M. Kardos;Edward Liu.
Teachers College Record (2002)
Finders and Keepers: Helping New Teachers Survive and Thrive in Our Schools
Susan Moore Johnson.
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