Cynthia A. Rohrbeck

Psychology The George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
Clinical Psychology
"Cynthia Rohrbeck"
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Craig T. Twentyman grad student 1980-1983 Rochester
 (Master's Advisor)
John W. Fantuzzo grad student 1982-1984 Penn (EduTree)
 ((Research Associate))
Emory L. Cowen grad student 1980-1985 Rochester (PsychTree)
 (Dissertation Advisor)
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Marceron JE, Rohrbeck CA. (2018) Disability and disasters: the role of self-efficacy in emergency preparedness. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 1-11
Wirtz PW, Rohrbeck CA. (2018) The dynamic role of perceived threat and self-efficacy in motivating terrorism preparedness behaviors International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 27: 366-372
Sigelman CK, Friedman SL, Rohrbeck CA, et al. (2018) Supportive communication between deployed parents and children is linked to children's adjustment Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 58: 18-27
Wirtz PW, Rohrbeck CA. (2017) Efficacy for Dealing With Terrorism Precautionary Behavior: Laying the Groundwork for Communication Effectiveness. Journal of Health Communication. 1-10
Wirtz PW, Rohrbeck CA, Burns KM. (2017) Anxiety effects on disaster precautionary behaviors: A multi-path cognitive model. Journal of Health Psychology. 1359105317720277
Ryan MT, Rohrbeck CA, Wirtz PW. (2017) The Importance of Self-Efficacy in Parental Emergency Preparedness: A Moderated Mediation Model. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 1-7
Wirtz PW, Rohrbeck CA. (2017) Social influence and cognitive-motivational effects on terrorism preparedness: A hurdle model Health Education Journal. 76: 385-397
Friedman SL, Sigelman CK, Rohrbeck CA, et al. (2016) Quantity and quality of communication during parental deployment: Links to adolescents’ functioning Applied Developmental Science. 1-16
Moore PJ, Chrabaszcz JS, Peterson RA, et al. (2014) Psychological resilience: the impact of affectivity and coping on state anxiety and positive emotions during and after the Washington, DC sniper killings. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 27: 138-55
Ginsburg-Block M, Rohrbeck C, Lavigne N, et al. (2012) Peer-Assisted Learning: An Academic Strategy for Enhancing Motivation Among Diverse Students Academic Motivation and the Culture of School in Childhood and Adolescence
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