His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social environment, Family life, Intervention and Social psychology. His Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social influence, Context, Sociocultural evolution and Qualitative research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cultural environment, Ecological psychology and Childhood development.
The various areas that Thomas S. Weisner examines in his Social environment study include Social relation and Child rearing. In the subject of general Intervention, his work in Intervention research is often linked to Daily routine, Center and Plan, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sibling, Social responsibility and Institutionalisation in addition to Social psychology.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Context, Family life and Social environment. His Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Social relation and Socioeconomic status. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sibling and Public relations.
His work deals with themes such as Nursing and Preference, which intersect with Context. His Social environment study incorporates themes from Coping and Developmental disorder. His Child development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cross-cultural and Ethnography.
His primary scientific interests are in Substance use, Developmental psychology, Qualitative research, Psychiatry and Qualitative interviews. The concepts of his Substance use study are interwoven with issues in Theory of reasoned action, Self-efficacy and Substance abuse. He combines topics linked to Dominance with his work on Developmental psychology.
His work on Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as part of general Psychiatry study is frequently linked to Sample selection and Natural history, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Perception and Normative. His Autism study combines topics in areas such as Neurocognitive, Cognition and Cross-cultural psychology.
Qualitative research, Substance use, Qualitative interviews, Clinical psychology and Young adult are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the link between Qualitative research and topics such as Psychiatry that cross with problems in Human multitasking and Context. His Perception research extends to the thematically linked field of Substance use.
His Qualitative interviews study spans across into fields like Multimodal treatment, Adhd group, Substance abuse, Frequent use and Sample. Thomas S. Weisner has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Emotional functioning, Cannabis and Normative. His Young adult study improves the overall literature in Developmental psychology.
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My Brother's Keeper: Child and Sibling Caretaking [and Comments and Reply]
Thomas S. Weisner;Ronald Gallimore.
Current Anthropology (1977)
Ecocultural Understanding of Children's Developmental Pathways
Thomas S. Weisner.
Human Development (2002)
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Developmental Science: Uses and Methodological Choices
Hirokazu Yoshikawa;Thomas S. Weisner;Ariel Kalil;Niobe Way.
Developmental Psychology (2008)
The social construction of ecocultural niches: family accommodation of developmentally delayed children.
R Gallimore;T S Weisner;S Z Kaufman;L P Bernheimer.
American Journal on Mental Retardation (1989)
The social construction and subjective reality of activity settings: Implications for community psychology
Ronald Gallimore;Claude N. Goldenberg;Thomas S. Weisner.
American Journal of Community Psychology (1993)
Family responses to young children with developmental delays: Accommodation activity in ecological and cultural context.
Ronald Gallimore;Thomas S. Weisner;Lucinda P. Bernheimer;Donald Guthrie.
American Journal on Mental Retardation (1993)
Unpackaging Cultural Effects on Classroom Learning: Native Hawaiian Peer Assistance and Child‐Generated Activity
Thomas S. Weisner;Ronald Gallimore;Cathie Jordan.
Anthropology & Education Quarterly (1988)
Ecocultural theory as a context for the Individual Family Service Plan.
Lucinda P. Bernheimer;Ronald Gallimore;Thomas S. Weisner.
Journal of Early Intervention (1990)
How Families View and Use the EITC: Advanced Payment versus Lump-sum Delivery
Jennifer L. Romich;Thomas Weisner.
Research Papers in Economics (2000)
Higher Ground: New Hope for the Working Poor and Their Children
Greg J. Duncan;Aletha C. Huston;Thomas S. Weisner.
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