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Research Interests for Candice L. Odgers

Research Interests: child and adolescent mental health; developmental psychopathology; social inequalities and child health; quantitative methods; ecological momentary assessment

Adolescent, Adult, Affect, Age of Onset, Aggression, Alcohol Drinking, Alcoholism, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity, Behavior, Biological Markers, Body Mass Index, Causality, Child, Child Abuse, Child Behavior, Child Behavior Disorders, Child Development, Child, Preschool, Cohort Studies, Comorbidity, Conduct Disorder, Confounding Factors (Epidemiology), Crime, Depression, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Disease Susceptibility, Domestic Violence, Emotions, England, Epidemiologic Methods, Family Relations, Geographic Information Systems, Health, Health Promotion, Health Status, Health Status Indicators, Juvenile Delinquency, Longitudinal Studies, Mental Disorders, Morbidity, New Zealand, Poverty, Pregnancy in Adolescence, Prognosis, Prospective Studies, Psychiatry, Psychological Tests, Psychology, Clinical, Psychopathology, Psychosocial Deprivation, Research Design, Resilience, Psychological, Risk Assessment, Risk Factors, Risk-Taking, Self Efficacy, Social Behavior Disorders, Social Class, Social Control, Informal, Social Environment, Social Problems, Socioeconomic Factors, Street Drugs, Stress, Psychological, Substance-Related Disorders, United States, Violence, Young Adult
Representative Publications   (search)
  1. Odgers, CL; Jaffee, SR, Routine versus catastrophic influences on the developing child., Annual Review of Public Health, vol. 34 (January, 2013), pp. 29-48 [23297656], [doi[abs].
  2. Odgers, CL; Caspi, A; Russell, MA; Sampson, RJ; Arseneault, L; Moffitt, TE, Supportive parenting mediates neighborhood socioeconomic disparities in children's antisocial behavior from ages 5 to 12., Development and Psychopathology, vol. 24 no. 3 (August, 2012), pp. 705-721 [22781850], [doi[abs].
  3. Odgers, CL; Caspi, A; Bates, CJ; Sampson, RJ; Moffitt, TE, Systematic social observation of children's neighborhoods using Google Street View: a reliable and cost-effective method., Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines, vol. 53 no. 10 (October, 2012), pp. 1009-1017 [22676812], [doi[abs].
  4. Jaffee, SR; Strait, LB; Odgers, CL, From correlates to causes: can quasi-experimental studies and statistical innovations bring us closer to identifying the causes of antisocial behavior?, Psychological Bulletin, vol. 138 no. 2 (March, 2012), pp. 272-295 [22023141], [doi[abs].
  5. Ouellet-Morin, I; Odgers, CL; Danese, A; Bowes, L; Shakoor, S; Papadopoulos, AS; Caspi, A; Moffitt, TE; Arseneault, L, Blunted cortisol responses to stress signal social and behavioral problems among maltreated/bullied 12-year-old children., Biological Psychiatry, vol. 70 no. 11 (December, 2011), pp. 1016-1023 [21839988], [doi[abs].
  6. Whalen, CK; Odgers, CL; Reed, PL; Henker, B, Dissecting daily distress in mothers of children with ADHD: an electronic diary study., Journal of Family Psychology : Jfp : Journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43), vol. 25 no. 3 (June, 2011), pp. 402-411 [21517172], [doi[abs].
  7. Nagin, DS; Odgers, CL, Group-based trajectory modeling in clinical research., Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, vol. 6 (January, 2010), pp. 109-138 [20192788], [doi[abs].
  8. Odgers, CL; Caspi, A; Nagin, DS; Piquero, AR; Slutske, WS; Milne, BJ; Dickson, N; Poulton, R; Moffitt, TE, Is it important to prevent early exposure to drugs and alcohol among adolescents?, Psychological Science, vol. 19 no. 10 (October, 2008), pp. 1037-1044 [19000215], [doi[abs].
  9. Odgers, CL; Moffitt, TE; Broadbent, JM; Dickson, N; Hancox, RJ; Harrington, H; Poulton, R; Sears, MR; Thomson, WM; Caspi, A, Female and male antisocial trajectories: from childhood origins to adult outcomes., Development and Psychopathology, vol. 20 no. 2 (January, 2008), pp. 673-716 [18423100], [doi[abs].
  10. Odgers, CL., & Russell, MA, What can genetically informative research designs tell us about the causes of crime?, in In J. MacDonald (Ed), Measuring Crime and Criminality (pp. 141-160), New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers (2012).
  11. Moretti, MM., Odgers, CL., & Jackson, MA, Girls and Aggression: Contributing Factors and Intervention Principles, in Series: Perspectives in Law and Psychology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers (2004).

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