Daniel Shaw
Daniel Shaw
Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
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Early externalizing behavior problems: Toddlers and preschoolers at risk for later maladjustment
DS Shaw, M Giliiom
Devetopment andpsychopathotogy 12, 467-488, 2000
14322000
Developmental and social influences on young girls' early problem behavior.
K Keenan, D Shaw
Psychological bulletin 121 (1), 95, 1997
10371997
Trajectories leading to school-age conduct problems.
DS Shaw, M Gilliom, EM Ingoldsby, DS Nagin
Developmental psychology 39 (2), 189, 2003
8572003
Anger regulation in disadvantaged preschool boys: Strategies, antecedents, and the development of self-control.
M Gilliom, DS Shaw, JE Beck, MA Schonberg, JEL Lukon
Developmental psychology 38 (2), 222, 2002
7352002
Codevelopment of externalizing and internalizing problems in early childhood
M Gilliom, DS Shaw
Development and psychopathology 16 (2), 313-333, 2004
5862004
The family check‐up with high‐risk indigent families: Preventing problem behavior by increasing parents’ positive behavior support in early childhood
TJ Dishion, D Shaw, A Connell, F Gardner, C Weaver, M Wilson
Child development 79 (5), 1395-1414, 2008
5772008
Developmental precursors of externalizing behavior: ages 1 to 3.
DS Shaw, K Keenan, JI Vondra
Developmental psychology 30 (3), 355, 1994
5321994
Developmental theories of parental contributors to antisocial behavior
DS Shaw, RQ Bell
Journal of abnormal child psychology 21 (5), 493-518, 1993
4781993
Infant and toddler pathways leading to early externalizing disorders
DS Shaw, EB Owens, J Giovannelli, EB Winslow
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 40 (1), 36-43, 2001
4672001
Early risk factors and pathways in the development of early disruptive behavior problems
DS Shaw, EB Owens, JI Vondra, K Keenan, EB Winslow
Development and psychopathology 8 (4), 679-699, 1996
4221996
The development of early externalizing problems among children from low-income families: A transformational perspective
DS Shaw, EB Winslow, EB Owens, JI Vondra, JF Cohn, RQ Bell
Journal of abnormal child psychology 26 (2), 95-107, 1998
3971998
Randomized trial of a family-centered approach to the prevention of early conduct problems: 2-year effects of the family check-up in early childhood.
DS Shaw, TJ Dishion, L Supplee, F Gardner, K Arnds
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 74 (1), 1, 2006
3902006
Neighborhood contextual factors and early-starting antisocial pathways
EM Ingoldsby, DS Shaw
Clinical child and family psychology review 5 (1), 21-55, 2002
3702002
Evidence for the continuity of early problem behaviors: Application of a developmental model
K Keenan, D Shaw, E Delliquadri, J Giovannelli, B Walsh
Journal of abnormal child psychology 26 (6), 441-452, 1998
3671998
Conceptualizing and re-evaluating resilience across levels of risk, time, and domains of competence
E Vanderbilt-Adriance, DS Shaw
Clinical child and family psychology review 11 (1-2), 30, 2008
3602008
A truly early starter model of antisocial behavior revisited
DS Shaw, RQ Bell, M Gilliom
Clinical child and family psychology review 3 (3), 155-172, 2000
3352000
Destructive sibling conflict and the development of conduct problems in young boys.
MM Garcia, DS Shaw, EB Winslow, KE Yaggi
Developmental psychology 36 (1), 44, 2000
3322000
Emotion regulation strategies in offspring of childhood‐onset depressed mothers
JS Silk, DS Shaw, EM Skuban, AA Oland, M Kovacs
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47 (1), 69-78, 2006
3252006
The relations among cumulative risk, parenting, and behavior problems during early childhood
CJ Trentacosta, LW Hyde, DS Shaw, TJ Dishion, F Gardner, M Wilson
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 49 (11), 1211-1219, 2008
3232008
Developmental cascades: Externalizing, internalizing, and academic competence from middle childhood to early adolescence
KL Moilanen, DS Shaw, KL Maxwell
Development and psychopathology 22 (3), 635, 2010
3182010
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