Norman F. Watt, PhD

Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
"Norman Watt"
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Watt NF, David JP, Ladd KL, et al. (1995) The life course of psychological resilience: A phenomenological perspective on deflecting life's slings and arrows. The Journal of Primary Prevention. 15: 209-46
Coie JD, Watt NF, West SG, et al. (1993) The science of prevention. A conceptual framework and some directions for a national research program. The American Psychologist. 48: 1013-22
Mulholland DJ, Watt NF, Philpott A, et al. (1991) Academic performance in children of divorce: psychological resilience and vulnerability. Psychiatry. 54: 268-80
Golden RR, Gollob HF, Watt NF. (1983) Bootstrapping conjectural indicators of vulnerability for schizophrenia: a reply to Faraone's critique of Watt, Grubb, and Erlenmeyer-Kimling. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 51: 937-9
Lewine R, Renders R, Kirchhofer M, et al. (1982) The empirical heterogeneity of first rank symptoms in schizophrenia British Journal of Psychiatry. 140: 498-502
Watt NF, Grubb TW, Erlenmeyer-Kimling L. (1982) Social, emotional, and intellectual behavior at school among children at high risk for schizophrenia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 50: 171-81
Lewine RR, Watt NF, Grubb TW. (1981) High-risk-for-schizophrenia research: sampling bias and its implications. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 7: 273-80
Prentky RA, Lewine RR, Watt NF, et al. (1980) A longitudinal study of psychiatric outcome: developmental variables vs. psychiatric symptoms. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 6: 139-48
Lewine RR, Watt NF, Prentky RA, et al. (1980) Childhood social competence in functionally disordered psychiatric patients and in normals. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 89: 132-8
Watt NF, Fryer JH, Lewine RR, et al. (1979) Toward longitudinal conceptions of psychiatric disorder. Progress in Experimental Personality Research. 9: 199-283
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