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William M. Bukowski mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Friendship, Peer group, Interpersonal relationship and Social psychology. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social relation and Longitudinal study. His research integrates issues of Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Juvenile delinquency, Injury prevention, Popularity and Loneliness in his study of Friendship.
His work deals with themes such as Social competence, Early childhood and Social group, which intersect with Erikson's stages of psychosocial development. His Peer group research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social preferences, Psychopathology, Social rejection, Mental health and Social status. The study incorporates disciplines such as Interpersonal communication, Peer relationships and Cognitive development in addition to Interpersonal relationship.
William M. Bukowski mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Friendship, Peer group and Interpersonal relationship. His studies examine the connections between Developmental psychology and genetics, as well as such issues in Social relation, with regards to El Niño. The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Social change, Social competence, Injury prevention and Rating scale.
His research in Friendship intersects with topics in Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Popularity, Loneliness, Peer influence and Preference. He interconnects Social status, Multilevel model and Social rejection in the investigation of issues within Peer group. His Interpersonal relationship study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Interpersonal communication and Longitudinal study.
William M. Bukowski focuses on Developmental psychology, Friendship, Social psychology, Aggression and Peer group. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Perception, Structural equation modeling, Popularity, Interpersonal relationship and Social status. His Friendship study combines topics in areas such as Qualitative research, Qualitative content analysis and Cognitive psychology.
The Self-concept and Peer relations research William M. Bukowski does as part of his general Social psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Statistical analysis and Data science, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Aggression research includes themes of Early adolescence and Peer victimization. His Peer group study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Exploratory factor analysis.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Friendship, Longitudinal study, Interpersonal relationship and Structural equation modeling. Developmental psychology is represented through his Peer group and Social skills research. The various areas that William M. Bukowski examines in his Friendship study include Popularity, Qualitative research, Qualitative content analysis, Sensation seeking and Content analysis.
His research integrates issues of Pre adolescents and Well-being in his study of Interpersonal relationship. His Structural equation modeling research integrates issues from Social psychology, Intervention, Cultural competence, Peer victimization and Multilevel model. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cross-cultural, Preadolescence, Path analysis and Anxiety.
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Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups
Kenneth H. Rubin;William M. Bukowski;Jeffrey G. Parker.
Handbook of Child Psychology (2007)
Children's peer relations : a meta-analytic review of popular, rejected, neglected, controversial, and average sociometric status
Andrew F. Newcomb;William M. Bukowski;Linda Pattee.
Psychological Bulletin (1993)
The power of friendship: protection against an escalating cycle of peer victimization.
Ernest V. E. Hodges;Michel Boivin;Frank Vitaro;William M. Bukowski.
Developmental Psychology (1999)
Popularity and friendship: Issues in theory, measurement, and outcome.
William M. Bukowski;Betsy Hoza.
The Company They Keep: Friendship in Childhood and Adolescence.
William M. Bukowski;Andrew F. Newcomb;Willard W. Hartup.
SRCD study group on friendship and development, Nov, 1992, Concordia University, Montreal, PQ, Canada; Chapters are based on presentations made at the aforementioned study group. (1996)
Measuring Friendship Quality During Pre- and Early Adolescence: The Development and Psychometric Properties of the Friendship Qualities Scale:
William M. Bukowski;Betsy Hoza;Michel Boivin.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (1994)
Preadolescent friendship and peer rejection as predictors of adult adjustment.
Catherine L. Bagwell;Andrew F. Newcomb;William M. Bukowski.
Child Development (1998)
The roles of social withdrawal, peer rejection, and victimization by peers in predicting loneliness and depressed mood in childhood
Michel Boivin;Shelley Hymel;William M. Bukowski.
Development and Psychopathology (1995)
What aspects of peer relationships are impaired in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder?
Betsy Hoza;Sylvie Mrug;Alyson C. Gerdes;Stephen P. Hinshaw.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2005)
Handbook of Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups
Kenneth H. Rubin;William M. Bukowski;Brett Paul Laursen.
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