Christopher Henrich
Christopher Henrich
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Disentangling the “whys” from the “whats” of aggressive behaviour
TD Little, CC Henrich, SM Jones, PH Hawley
International Journal of Behavioral Development 27 (2), 122-133, 2003
Trajectories of pure and co-occurring internalizing and externalizing problems from age 2 to age 12: findings from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development …
KA Fanti, CC Henrich
Developmental psychology 46 (5), 1159, 2010
Schools, parents, and youth violence: A multilevel, ecological analysis
KA Brookmeyer, KA Fanti, CC Henrich
Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology 35 (4), 504-514, 2006
Urban middle school students' perceptions of bullying, cyberbullying, and school safety
K Varjas, CC Henrich, J Meyers
Journal of School Violence 8 (2), 159-176, 2009
Supportive relationships and sexual risk behavior in adolescence: An ecological–transactional approach
CC Henrich, KA Brookmeyer, LA Shrier, G Shahar
Journal of pediatric psychology 31 (3), 286-297, 2006
Teacher–student relationship climate and school outcomes: Implications for educational policy initiatives
JP Barile, DK Donohue, ER Anthony, AM Baker, SR Weaver, CC Henrich
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 41 (3), 256-267, 2012
The association of community violence exposure with middle-school achievement: A prospective study
CC Henrich, M Schwab-Stone, K Fanti, SM Jones, V Ruchkin
Journal of applied developmental psychology 25 (3), 327-348, 2004
The social context of adolescent suicide attempts: Interactive effects of parent, peer, and school social relations
S Kidd, CC Henrich, KA Brookmeyer, L Davidson, RA King, G Shahar
Suicide and life-threatening behavior 36 (4), 386-395, 2006
Interpersonal relatedness, self-definition, and their motivational orientation during adolescence: A theorical and empirical integration.
G Shahar, CC Henrich, SJ Blatt, R Ryan, TD Little
Developmental psychology 39 (3), 470, 2003
Adolescents who witness community violence: Can parent support and prosocial cognitions protect them from committing violence?
KA Brookmeyer, CC Henrich, M Schwab‐Stone
Child development 76 (4), 917-929, 2005
Weapon violence in adolescence: Parent and school connectedness as protective factors
CC Henrich, KA Brookmeyer, G Shahar
Journal of Adolescent Health 37 (4), 306-312, 2005
Effects of self-esteem and narcissism on bullying and victimization during early adolescence
KA Fanti, CC Henrich
The Journal of Early Adolescence 35 (1), 5-29, 2015
Desensitization to media violence over a short period of time
KA Fanti, E Vanman, CC Henrich, MN Avraamides
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2009
Three views of the agentic self: A developmental synthesis.
TD Little, PH Hawley, CC Heinrich, KW Marsland
University of Rochester Press, 2002
Toward a transactional model of parent-adolescent relationship quality and adolescent psychological adjustment
KA Fanti, CC Henrich, KA Brookmeyer, GP Kuperminc
The Journal of Early Adolescence 28 (2), 252-276, 2008
Violence exposure and psychopathology in urban youth: The mediating role of posttraumatic stress
V Ruchkin, CC Henrich, SM Jones, R Vermeiren, M Schwab-Stone
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35 (4), 578-593, 2007
Texting as a distraction to learning in college students
S Dietz, C Henrich
Computers in Human behavior 36, 163-167, 2014
Characteristics and homogeneity of early adolescent friendship groups: A comparison of male and female clique and nonclique members
CC Henrich, GP Kuperminc, A Sack, SJ Blatt, BJ Leadbeater
Applied Developmental Science 4 (1), 15-26, 2000
Assessing personality traits of individuals with mental retardation
E Zigler, D Bennett-Gates, R Hodapp, CC Henrich
American Journal on Mental Retardation 107 (3), 181-193, 2002
Whole school reform in a low-income African American community: The effects of the CoZi model on teachers, parents, and students
L Desimone, M Finn-Stevenson, C Henrich
Urban Education 35 (3), 269-323, 2000
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