Her research investigates the link between Child care and topics such as Pediatrics that cross with problems in Pediatric research. Her research ties Pediatrics and Pediatric research together. Her study on Neuroscience is interrelated to topics such as Perception and Accommodation. Vicky Phares integrates Perception with Neuroscience in her study. Her study brings together the fields of Psychological control and Developmental psychology. She performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Clinical psychology and Pediatric psychology via her papers. Her Psychiatry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Intervention (counseling). Her study in Psychiatry extends to Intervention (counseling) with its themes. Her work on Social psychology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Inclusion (mineral).
Her work in the fields of Competence (human resources), such as Social psychology, overlaps with other areas such as Developmental psychology. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Competence (human resources) and Social psychology. She merges Developmental psychology with Clinical psychology in her research. Vicky Phares connects relevant research areas such as Psychopathology and Distress in the domain of Clinical psychology. Her research combines Anxiety and Psychiatry. Her Psychiatry research extends to the thematically linked field of Anxiety. She integrates several fields in her works, including Neuroscience and Perception. Vicky Phares combines Perception and Neuroscience in her research.
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The role of fathers in child and adolescent psychopathology: make room for daddy.
Vicky Phares;Bruce E. Compas.
Psychological Bulletin (1992)
Fathers' role in the etiology, prevention and treatment of child anxiety: a review and new model.
Susan Bögels;Vicky Phares.
Clinical Psychology Review (2008)
Interparental Agreement on Internalizing, Externalizing, and Total Behavior Problems: A Meta-analysis
Amy M. Duhig;Kimberly Renk;Monica K. Epstein;Vicky Phares.
Clinical Psychology-science and Practice (2000)
Are Fathers Involved in Pediatric Psychology Research and Treatment
Vicky Phares;Elena Lopez;Sherecce Fields;Dimitra Kamboukos.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2005)
Where's Poppa?: The Relative Lack of Attention to the Role of Fathers in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
American Psychologist (1992)
Cross-informant ratings of social competence in children and adolescents
Kimberly Renk;Vicky Phares.
Clinical Psychology Review (2004)
Still looking for Poppa.
Vicky Phares;Sherecce Fields;Dimitra Kamboukos;Elena Lopez.
American Psychologist (2005)
Risk factors for emotional/behavioral problems in young adolescents: a prospective analysis of adolescent and parental stress and symptoms
Bruce E. Compas;David C. Howell;Vicky Phares;Rebecca A. Williams.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1989)
Gender Differences in Peer and Parental Influences: Body Image Disturbance, Self-Worth, and Psychological Functioning in Preadolescent Children
Vicky Phares;Ari R. Steinberg;J. Kevin Thompson.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2004)
Perspectives on Child Behavior Problems: Comparisons of Children's Self-Reports with Parent and Teacher Reports
Vicky Phares;Bruce E. Compas;David C. Howell.
Psychological Assessment (1989)
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