Margit Wiesner
Margit Wiesner
Associate Professor, Dept Psychological, Health, and Learning Sciences, University of Houston
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Acculturative stress among documented and undocumented Latino immigrants in the United States
C Arbona, N Olvera, N Rodriguez, J Hagan, A Linares, M Wiesner
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 32 (3), 362-384, 2010
4862010
Trajectories of marijuana use from adolescence to young adulthood: Predictors and outcomes
M Windle, M Wiesner
Development and psychopathology 16 (4), 1007-1027, 2004
3022004
Assessing covariates of adolescent delinquency trajectories: A latent growth mixture modeling approach
M Wiesner, M Windle
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 33 (5), 431-442, 2004
1632004
Work stress, substance use, and depression among young adult workers: an examination of main and moderator effect model.
M Wiesner, M Windle, A Freeman
Journal of occupational health psychology 10 (2), 83, 2005
1602005
Developmental trajectories of offending: Validation and prediction to young adult alcohol use, drug use, and depressive symptoms
M Wiesner, HK Kim, DM Capaldi
Development and psychopathology 17 (1), 251, 2005
1572005
Relations of childhood and adolescent factors to offending trajectories of young men
M Wiesner, DM Capaldi
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40 (3), 231-262, 2003
1572003
Co-occurring delinquency and depressive symptoms of adolescent boys and girls: a dual trajectory modeling approach.
M Wiesner, HK Kim
Developmental psychology 42 (6), 1220, 2006
1462006
A longitudinal latent variable analysis of reciprocal relations between depressive symptoms and delinquency during adolescence.
M Wiesner
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 112 (4), 633, 2003
1182003
Childhood and adolescent predictors of early adult career pathways
M Wiesner, FW Vondracek, DM Capaldi, E Porfeli
Journal of Vocational Behavior 63 (3), 305-328, 2003
1172003
Relations of pubertal timing and depressive symptoms to substance use in early adolescence
M Wiesner, A Ittel
The Journal of Early Adolescence 22 (1), 5-23, 2002
1102002
Trajectories of delinquent behaviour in adolescence and their covariates: Relations with initial and time-averaged factors
M Wiesner, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Adolescence 26 (6), 753-771, 2003
1052003
Changes in at‐risk American men's crime and substance use trajectories following fatherhood
DCR Kerr, DM Capaldi, LD Owen, M Wiesner, KC Pears
Journal of marriage and family 73 (5), 1101-1116, 2011
962011
Vocational preferences of early adolescents: Their development in social context
FW Vondracek, RK Silbereisen, M Reitzle, M Wiesner
Journal of Adolescent Research 14 (3), 267-288, 1999
851999
The role of the college classroom climate on academic procrastination
DM Corkin, LY Shirley, CA Wolters, M Wiesner
Learning and Individual Differences 32, 294-303, 2014
792014
Examining the differential effectiveness of a life skills program (IPSY) on alcohol use trajectories in early adolescence.
M Spaeth, K Weichold, RK Silbereisen, M Wiesner
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 78 (3), 334, 2010
662010
Trajectories of alcohol use among adolescent boys and girls: identification, validation, and sociodemographic characteristics.
M Wiesner, K Weichold, RK Silbereisen
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 21 (1), 62, 2007
622007
Predictors of leaving home in young adults raised in Germany: A replication of a 1991 study
LP Juang, RK Silbereisen, M Wiesner
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 505-515, 1999
621999
Arrest trajectories across a 17‐year span for young men: Relation to dual taxonomies and self‐reported offense trajectories
M Wiesner, DM Capaldi, HK Kim
Criminology 45 (4), 835-863, 2007
592007
Development of Antisocial Behavior and Crime across the Life-Span from a Social Interactional Perspective: The Coercion Model
M Wiesner, DM Capaldi, GR Patterson
Social learning theory and the explanation of crime, 317-337, 2003
582003
Exploratory structural equation modeling, bifactor models, and standard confirmatory factor analysis models: Application to the BASC-2 behavioral and emotional screening system …
M Wiesner, GT Schanding
Journal of school psychology 51 (6), 751-763, 2013
572013
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