Susan M. McHale spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Sibling, Social relation, Sibling relationship and Social environment. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Birth order, Firstborn, Social psychology and El Niño. Her research in Sibling intersects with topics in Context, Dyad, Gender role and Child development.
Her study explores the link between Social relation and topics such as Social change that cross with problems in Social cognition, Locus of control, Friendship, Social cognitive theory and Early childhood. Her study looks at the intersection of Sibling relationship and topics like Activities of daily living with Social support. Her Social environment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural equation modeling, Occupational stress and Risk factor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Sibling, Social psychology, Sibling relationship and Social environment. Her research in Developmental psychology tackles topics such as Firstborn which are related to areas like Gender role. Her work on Sibling relations as part of general Sibling study is frequently linked to Suicide prevention, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Social psychology is often connected to Activities of daily living in her work. Susan M. McHale combines topics linked to El Niño with her work on Social environment. The Multilevel model study combines topics in areas such as Middle childhood and Child development.
Susan M. McHale focuses on Developmental psychology, PsycINFO, Sibling, Young adult and Longitudinal study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Context, Multilevel model and Personality. Her PsycINFO research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Early adolescence, Interpersonal relationship, Association and Moderation.
Her work in the fields of Sibling, such as Sibling relationship, intersects with other areas such as Primary prevention. Her research integrates issues of Developmental trajectory, Person–environment fit, Adolescent health and Vocational development in her study of Young adult. Her work carried out in the field of Perception brings together such families of science as Parental stress and Firstborn.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Sibling, Multilevel model, Context and Young adult. Her work in the fields of Adolescent development overlaps with other areas such as African american. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Sibling, concentrating on Positive Youth Development and intersecting with Longitudinal Course.
Her Context research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Overweight and Socialization. Susan M. McHale has researched Young adult in several fields, including Vocational education, Vocational development and Middle childhood. Her Health psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Birth order, Sibling relationship, Dyad and Aggression.
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Sibling Relationships and Influences in Childhood and Adolescence.
Susan M. McHale;Kimberly A. Updegraff;Shawn D. Whiteman.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2012)
The Family Contexts of Gender Development in Childhood and Adolescence
Susan Marie McHale;Ann C. Crouter;Shawn D. Whiteman.
Social Development (2003)
Parental Monitoring and Perceptions of Children's School Performance and Conduct in Dual- and Single-Earner Families
Ann C. Crouter;Shelley M. MacDermid;Susan M. McHale;Maureen Perry-Jenkins.
Developmental Psychology (1990)
Processes underlying father involvement in dual-earner and single-earner families.
Ann C. Crouter;Maureen Perry-Jenkins;Ted L. Huston;Susan M. McHale.
Developmental Psychology (1987)
Mothers' and fathers' racial socialization in African American families: implications for youth.
Susan M. McHale;Ann C. Crouter;Ji Yeon Kim;Linda M. Burton.
Child Development (2006)
Changes in marriage associated with the transition to parenthood: Individual differences as a function of sex-role attitudes and changes in the division of household labor.
Shelley M. MacDermid;Ted L. Huston;Susan M. McHale.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1990)
Theoretical Perspectives on Sibling Relationships.
Shawn D. Whiteman;Susan M. McHale;Anna Soli.
Journal of Family Theory and Review (2011)
Free‐Time Activities in Middle Childhood: Links with Adjustment in Early Adolescence
Susan M McHale;Ann C Crouter;Corinna Jenkins Tucker.
Child Development (2001)
Adolescent sibling relationships in mexican american families : Exploring the role of familism
Kimberly A. Updegraff;Susan M. McHale;Shawn D. Whiteman;Shawna M. Thayer.
Journal of Family Psychology (2005)
Congruence between Mothers' and Fathers' Differential Treatment of Siblings: Links with Family Relations and Children's Well-Being
Susan M. McHale;Ann C. Crouter;Shirley A. McGuire;Kimberly A. Updegraff.
Child Development (1995)
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