John H. Grych

Affiliations: 
Clinical Psychology Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, United States 
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Fosco GM, Xia M, Lynn MG, et al. (2016) Triangulation and Parent-Adolescent Relationships: Implications for Adolescent Dating Competence and Abuse. Journal of Research On Adolescence : the Official Journal of the Society For Research On Adolescence. 26: 524-537
Howell KH, Coffey JK, Fosco GM, et al. (2016) Seven reasons to invest in well-being Psychology of Violence. 6: 8-14
Lynn MG, Grych JH, Fosco GM. (2016) Influences on Father Involvement: Testing for Unique Contributions of Religion Journal of Child and Family Studies. 1-13
Fosco GM, Xia M, Lynn MG, et al. (2015) Triangulation and Parent-Adolescent Relationships: Implications for Adolescent Dating Competence and Abuse Journal of Research On Adolescence
Jouriles EN, McDonald R, Rosenfield D, et al. (2015) TakeCARE, a Video Bystander Program to Help Prevent Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Results of Two Randomized, Controlled Trials Psychology of Violence
Kunz JH, Grych JH. (2013) Parental Psychological Control and Autonomy Granting: Distinctions and Associations with Child and Family Functioning. Parenting, Science and Practice. 13: 77-94
Fosco GM, Grych JH. (2013) Capturing the Family Context of Emotion Regulation: A Family Systems Model Comparison Approach Journal of Family Issues. 34: 557-578
Jouriles EN, McDonald R, Mueller V, et al. (2012) Youth experiences of family violence and teen dating violence perpetration: cognitive and emotional mediators. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. 15: 58-68
Jouriles EN, Grych JH, Rosenfield D, et al. (2011) Automatic cognitions and teen dating violence Psychology of Violence. 1: 302-314
Noll JG, Grych JH. (2011) Read-react-respond: An integrative model for understanding sexual revictimization Psychology of Violence. 1: 202-215
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