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Classroom environment influences on aggression, peer relations, and academic focus
JM Barth, ST Dunlap, H Dane, JE Lochman, KC Wells
Journal of school psychology 42 (2), 115-133, 2004
The role of social support in students’ perceived abilities and attitudes toward math and science
L Rice, JM Barth, RE Guadagno, GPA Smith, DM McCallum, ASERT
Journal of youth and adolescence 42, 1028-1040, 2013
Classroom contextual effects of race on children's peer nominations
MF Jackson, JM Barth, N Powell, JE Lochman
Child Development 77 (5), 1325-1337, 2006
Parent-child relationship influences on children's transition to school
JM Barth, RD Parke
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 173-195, 1993
Family and peer systems: In search of linkages
KB MacDonald, VM Burks, N Bhamagri, JM Barth, A Beitel
Family systems and life-span development, 65-92, 1989
Attachment and play: Convergence across components of parent-child relationships and their relations to peer competence
KA Kerns, JM Barth
Journal of Social and Personal relationships 12 (2), 243-260, 1995
Development and risk behavior among African American, Caucasian, and mixed-race adolescents living in high poverty inner-city neighborhoods
JM Bolland, CM Bryant, BE Lian, DM McCallum, AT Vazsonyi, JM Barth
American journal of community psychology 40, 230-249, 2007
A longitudinal study of emotion recognition and preschool children's social behavior
JM Barth, A Bastiani
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 107-128, 1997
Asymmetry and performance: Toward a neurodevelopmental theory
DB Boles, JM Barth, EC Merrill
Brain and cognition 66 (2), 124-139, 2008
Gender differences in STEM undergraduates' vocational interests: People–thing orientation and goal affordances
Y Yang, JM Barth
Journal of Vocational Behavior 91, 65-75, 2015
Components of reward in social dilemmas.
SS Komorita, JM Barth
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 48 (2), 364, 1985
The effect of occupational gender stereotypes on men’s interest in female-dominated occupations
JA Forsman, JM Barth
Sex Roles 76, 460-472, 2017
Self‐perceived social acceptance and peer social standing in children with aggressive–disruptive behaviors
DA Pardini, TD Barry, JM Barth, JE Lochman, KC Wells
Social Development 15 (1), 46-64, 2006
Hiring decisions: The effect of evaluator gender and gender stereotype characteristics on the evaluation of job applicants
L Rice, JM Barth
Gender Issues 33, 1-21, 2016
Group-to-individual and individual-to-group problem-solving transfer.
PR Laughlin, JM Barth
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 41 (6), 1087, 1981
Untangling life goals and occupational stereotypes in men’s and women’s career interest
JM Barth, RE Guadagno, L Rice, CA Eno, JA Minney, ...
Sex Roles 73, 502-518, 2015
Matching abilities to careers for others and self: Do gender stereotypes matter to students in advanced math and science classes?
JM Barth, H Kim, CA Eno, RE Guadagno
Sex Roles 79, 83-97, 2018
A tale of two gender roles: The effects of implicit and explicit gender role traditionalism and occupational stereotype on hiring decisions
L Rice, JM Barth
Gender Issues 34, 86-102, 2017
How gender role stereotypes affect attraction in an online dating scenario
KC Chappetta, JM Barth
Computers in human behavior 63, 738-746, 2016
The impact of the family on children's early school social adjustment.
JM Barth, RD Parke
University of Chicago Press, 1996
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