Jeffrey G. Parker
Jeffrey G. Parker
University if Alabama
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Peer relations and later personal adjustment: Are low-accepted children at risk?
JG Parker, SR Asher
Psychological bulletin 102 (3), 357, 1987
Peer interactions, relationships, and groups
KH Rubin, WM Bukowski, JG Parker, JC Bowker
Child and adolescent development: An advanced course, 141-180, 2008
Friendship and friendship quality in middle childhood: Links with peer group acceptance and feelings of loneliness and social dissatisfaction.
JG Parker, SR Asher
Developmental psychology 29 (4), 611, 1993
Peer relationships, child development, and adjustment: A developmental psychopathology perspective
JG Parker, KH Rubin, SA Erath, JC Wojslawowicz, AA Buskirk
Developmental psychopathology: Volume one: Theory and method, 419-493, 2015
Social and emotional development in a relational context: Friendship interaction from early childhood to adolescence.
JG Parker, JM Gottman
John Wiley & Sons, 1989
Handbook of child psychology: Vol. 3. Social, emotional, and personality development
KH Rubin, W Bukowski, JG Parker, W Damon, N Eisenberg
Wiley, 2006
16 Distinguishing friendship from acceptance: Implications for intervention and assessment
SR Asher, JG Parker, DL Walker
The company they keep: Friendships in childhood and adolescence, 366, 1998
Significance of peer relationship problems in childhood
SR Asher, JG Parker
Social competence in developmental perspective, 5-23, 1989
Forming, losing, renewing, and replacing friendships: Applying temporal parameters to the assessment of children's friendship experiences
JG Parker, J Seal
Child development 67 (5), 2248-2268, 1996
Friendship jealousy in young adolescents: individual differences and links to sex, self-esteem, aggression, and social adjustment.
JG Parker, CM Low, AR Walker, BK Gamm
Developmental psychology 41 (1), 235, 2005
Conversations of friends: Speculations on affective development.
JM Gottman, JG Parker
Cambridge University Press, 1986
Navigating the transition to junior high school: The influence of pre‐transition friendship and self‐system characteristics
JW Aikins, KL Bierman, JG Parker
Social development 14 (1), 42-60, 2005
Interpersonal processes in friendship: A comparison of abused and nonabused children's experiences.
JG Parker, C Herrera
Developmental Psychology 32 (6), 1025, 1996
Behavioral, affective, and social correlates of involvement in cross‐sex friendship in elementary school
DM Kovacs, JG Parker, LW Hoffman
Child Development 67 (5), 2269-2286, 1996
Depression and maltreatment as predictors of social competence and social problem-solving skills in school-age children
AA Levendosky, A Okun, JG Parker
Child abuse & neglect 19 (10), 1183-1195, 1995
Children's interactions in triads: Behavioral profiles and effects of gender and patterns of friendships among members.
JE Lansford, JG Parker
Developmental Psychology 35 (1), 80, 1999
The importance of friendship
D Ginsberg, J Gottman, J Parker
Conversations of friends: Speculations on affective development, 3-48, 1986
Developmental and gender differences in preadolescents' judgments of the veracity of gossip
AF Kuttler, JG Parker, AM La Greca
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 105-132, 2002
Distinct and interactive contributions of physical abuse, socioeconomic disadvantage, and negative life events to children's social, cognitive, and affective adjustment
A Okun, JG Parker, AA Levendosky
Development and Psychopathology 6 (1), 77-98, 1994
Beyond group acceptance: Friendship and friendship quality as distinct dimensions of children’s peer adjustment
JG Parker, SR Asher
Advances in personal relationships 4, 261-294, 1993
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