Masters’ Theses and Doctoral Dissertations

Recent topics of graduate student research include:

  • "Parental warmth and socioeconomic status as predictors of social competence among abused children"
  • "Social information processing as a mediator of the relation between harsh parenting and childhood aggression"
  • "The examination of individual differences among abused children using cluster analysis"
  • "Links between violence and conflict in the family of origin and conflict resolution strategies of emerging adults: An examination of gender differences"
  • "Maltreated children’s representations as predictor of social information processing"
  • "Evaluation of a child maltreatment prevention self-help program: The role of social support and parental empowerment in producing positive outcomes"
  • "Links between destructive marital conflict and social disengagement: Mediating effects of parenting behaviors and moderating effect of parental anxiety and depression."
  • "Children’s attributions of intent as they relate to peer social behavior."
  • "Attributional style of aggressive and nonaggressive youth in teacher-student conflicts"
  • "Children’s problem solving skills as a mediating link between parenting style and child adjustment"
  • "Social information processing as a mediator of the relation between harsh parenting and childhood aggression"
  • "The examination of individual differences among abused children using cluster analysis"
  • "Parental warmth and socioeconomic status as predictors of social competence among abused children"
  • "Prevalence of language problems in aggressive youth"