David G. Perry

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
Social Development, Gender Identity, Aggression
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Ross Parke grad student 1972 UW Madison
 (The Influence of Rewarding an Alternative Response on Resistance to Deviation in Children)
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Aults CD, Cooper PJ, Pauletti RE, et al. (2015) Child Sex and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Reactivity as Moderators of the Relation Between Internalizing Symptoms and Aggression. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
Pauletti RE, Cooper PJ, Aults CD, et al. (2015) Sex Differences in Preadolescents' Attachment Strategies: Products of Harsh Environments or of Gender Identity? Social Development
Pauletti RE, Cooper PJ, Perry DG. (2014) Influences of gender identity on children's maltreatment of gender-nonconforming peers: a person × target analysis of aggression. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 106: 843-66
Cooper PJ, Pauletti RE, Tobin DD, et al. (2013) Mother-Child Attachment and Gender Identity in Preadolescence Sex Roles. 69: 618-631
Pauletti RE, Menon M, Menon M, et al. (2012) Narcissism and adjustment in preadolescence. Child Development. 83: 831-7
Perry DG, Pauletti RE. (2011) Gender and adolescent development Journal of Research On Adolescence. 21: 61-74
Tobin DD, Menon M, Menon M, et al. (2010) The intrapsychics of gender: a model of self-socialization. Psychological Review. 117: 601-22
Ojanen T, Perry DG. (2007) Relational schemas and the developing self: perceptions of mother and of self as joint predictors of early adolescents' self-esteem. Developmental Psychology. 43: 1474-83
Menon M, Tobin DD, Corby BC, et al. (2007) The developmental costs of high self-esteem for antisocial children. Child Development. 78: 1627-39
Corby BC, Hodges EV, Perry DG. (2007) Gender identity and adjustment in black, Hispanic, and white preadolescents. Developmental Psychology. 43: 261-6
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