Resilience

Kilmer, R.P., Cowen, E.L., & Wyman, P.A. (2001). A microanalysis of developmental, parenting, and family milieu variables that differentiate stress resilient and stress affected children. Journal of Community Psychology.

Wyman, P.A., Pedro-Carroll, J.L., & Forbes-Jones, E.L. (2001). Promoting resilience in childhood. In B. Bloom and T. Gullotta (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention. New York: Kluwer academic/Plenum Publishers.

Cowen, E.L. & Wyman, P.A. (2000). Resilience in children: The nature and importance of the concept. Psicologia Escolar e Educacional.

Wyman, P.A. & Forbes-Jones, E.L. (2000). Creative adaptation to life adversities: Deriving meaning from the past and expectations for the future. In B. Bloom and T. Gullotta, Creativity as optimal human functioning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Wyman, P.A., Sandler, I.N., Wolchik, S., & Nelson, K. (2000). Resilience as cumulative competence promotion and stress protection: Theory and intervention. In D. Cicchetti, J. Rappaport, I. Sandler, & R. P. Weissberg (Eds.), The promotion of wellness in children and adolescents. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kilmer, R.K. (1999). A microanalysis of developmental, parenting and family milieu variables that differentiate stress-resilient and stress-affected children. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.

Magnus, K.B., Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Fagen, D.F., & Work, W.C. (1999). Correlates of resilient outcomes among highly stressed African-American and White urban children. Journal of Community Psychology, 27, 259-272.

Magnus, K.B., Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., & Fagen, D.B. (1999). Parent-child relationship qualities and child adjustment in highly stressed urban Black and White families. Journal of Community Psychology, 27, 55-71.

Sutton, S.E., Cowen, E.L., Crean, H., Wyman, P.A., & Work, W.C. (1999). Pathways to aggression in young highly stressed urban children. Child Study Journal, 21, 49-67.

Wyman, P.A., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., Hoyt-Meyers, L.A., Magnus, K.B., & Fagen, D.B. (1999). Caregiving and developmental factors differentiating young at-risk urban children showing resilient versus stress-affected outcomes: A replication and extension. Child Development, 70, 645-659.

Kilmer, R.P., Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., & Magnus, K.B. (1998). Differences in stressors experienced by urban African-American, White and Hispanic children. Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 415-428.

Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Wyman, P.A. (1997). The Rochester Child Resilience Project (RCRP): Facts found, lessons learned and future directions divined. In S. Luthar, J. Burack, J. Weisz, & D. Cicchetti (Eds.), Developmental psychopathology: Perspectives on risk and disorder (pp. 527-547). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., Kim, J., Fagen, D.B., & Magnus, K.B. (1997). Follow-up study of young stress affected and stress resilient urban children.Development and Psychopathology, 9, 565-577.

Fagen, D. B. (1997). Harsh discipline and child adjustment in highly stressed urban families. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.

Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., & Work, W.C. (1996). Resilience in highly stressed urban children: Concepts and findings. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 73, 1-18.

Fagen, D.B., Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., & Work, W.C. (1996). Relationships between parent-child relational variables and child-test variables in highly stressed urban children. Child Study Journal, 26, 87-108.

Magnus, K.B. (1996). Parent-child relationship qualities and child adjustment in Black and White families. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Hoyt-Meyers, L.A., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., Wyman, P. A., Magnus, K.B., Fagen, D.B., & Lotyczewski, B.S. (1995). Test correlates of resilient outcomes among highly stressed 2nd and 3rd grade urban children. Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 326-338.

Sutton, S.E. (1995). Pathways to aggression in highly stressed 2nd-3rd grade children. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., & Iker, M.R. (1994). A preventive intervention for enhancing resilience among young highly stressed urban children. Journal of Primary Prevention, 15, 247-260.

Gribble, P.A., Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., Wannon, M., & Raoof, A. (1993). Parent and child views of the parent child relationship and resilient outcomes among urban children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 34, 507-519.

Hoyt-Meyers, L.A. (1993). Correlates of stress resilience in 2nd-3rd grade urban children. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Rochester.

Wyman, P.A., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Kerley, J.H. (1993). The role of children's future expectations in self-system functioning and adjustment to life-stress.Development and Psychopathology, 5, 649-661.

Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Wyman, P.A. (1992). Resilience among profoundly stressed urban children. In M. Kessler & S. E. Goldston (Eds.), The present and future of prevention: In honor of George Albee (pp. 155-168). San Francisco, CA: Sage Publications.

Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Wyman, P.A. (1992). Similarity of parent and child self-views in stress-affected and stress-resilient urban families. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 55, 193-197.

Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., Wyman, P.A., Parker, G.R., Wannon, M., & Gribble, P.A. (1992). Test comparisons among stress-affected, stress-resilient and nonclassified fourth through sixth grade urban children. Journal of Community Psychology, 20, 200-214.

Wyman, P.A., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., Raoof, A., Gribble, P.A., Parker, G.R., & Wannon, M. (1992). Interviews with children who experienced major life stress: Family and child attributes that predict resilient outcomes. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 31, 904-910.

Cowen, E.L., Pryor-Brown, L., Hightower, A.D., & Lotyczewski, B.S. (1991). Age perspectives on the stressfulness of life events for children. School Psychology Quarterly, 6, 240-251.

Wyman, P.A., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Parker, G.R. (1991). Developmental and family milieu interview correlates of resilience in urban children who have experienced major life-stress. American Journal of Community Psychology, 19, 405-426.

Cowen, E.L., Wyman, P.A., Work, W.C., & Parker, G.R. (1990). The Rochester Child Resilience Project (RCRP): Overview and summary of first year findings. Development and Psychopathology, 2, 193-212.

Gribble, P.A. (1990). Parents' and children's views of parent-child relationship qualities and stress resilient outcomes in urban children. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Parker, G.R., Cowen, E.L., Work, W.C., & Wyman, P.A. (1990). Test correlates of stress resilience among urban school children. Journal of Primary Prevention, 11, 19-35.

Wannon, M. (1990). Children's control beliefs about controllable and uncontrollable events: Their relationship to stress resilience and psychosocial adjustment. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Work, W.C., Cowen, E.L., Parker, G.W., & Wyman, P.A. (1990). Stress resilient children in an urban setting. Journal of Primary Prevention, 11, 3-17.

Work, W.C., Parker, G.R., & Cowen, E.L. (1990). The impact of life stressors on childhood adjustment: Multiple perspectives. Journal of Community Psychology, 18, 73-78.

Brown, L.P. & Cowen, E.L. (1989). Stressful life events, support and children's school adjustment. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 18, 214-220.

Cowen, E.L., Brown, L.P., & Lotyczewski, B.S. (1989). Young children's views of stressful life events. Journal of Community Psychology, 17, 369-375.

Singer-Eisen, A. (1989). Loss, separation, and family discord: Their relationship to children's adjustment. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Brown, L.P. & Cowen, E.L. (1988). Children's judgments of event upsettingness and personal experiencing of stressful events. American Journal of Community Psychology, 16, 123-135.

Cowen, E.L. (1988). Les facteurs entravant l'adaptation comportementale scolaire des enfants: Identification et modification. In J. Bideaud & M. Richelle (Eds.), Psychologie développementale: Problèmes et réalités (pp. 231-251). Brussels, Belgium: P. Madraga.

Cowen, E.L. & Work, W.C. (1988). Resilient children, psychological wellness and primary prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology, 16, 591-607.

Parker, G.R. (1988). Correlates of resilience in highly stressed children. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Cowen, E.L. & Hightower, A.D. (1987). Stressful life events and young children's school adjustment. In S. M. Auerbach & A. L. Stolberg (Eds.), Crisis intervention with children and families (pp. 87-103). Washington, DC: Hemisphere Press.

Brown, L.P., Cowen, E.L., Hightower, A.D., & Lotyczewski, B.S. (1986). Demographic differences among children in judging and experiencing stressful life events. Journal of Special Education, 20, 339-346.

Cowen, E.L. & Hightower, A.D. (1986). Stressful life events and young children's school adjustment. In S. M. Auerbach & A. L. Stolberg (Eds.), Crisis intervention with children and families (pp. 85-101). New York: Hemisphere Publications Inc.

Brown, L.P. (1985). Stressful life events as perceived by children. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rochester.

Sterling, S., Cowen, E.L., Weissberg, R.P., Lotyczewski, B.S., & Boike, M. (1985). Recent stressful life events and young children's school adjustment. American Journal of Community Psychology, 13, 87-98.

 

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