PhD - 1979 University of Waterloo Waterloo. Biography. Professor Debra Pepler is a distinguised researcher and her research has changed the way we think about bullying, aggression and other forms of violence, especially among marginalized and alienated young people. She speaks widely to professional and community audiences about children at.
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Dr. Debra Pepler is a Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology at York University a Senior Executive Member of the LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research, and Co-Founder of PREVNet. At the Hospital for Sick Children, Dr. Pepler is a Senior Associate Scientist. Dr. Pepler received her Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo in 1979. She.
To review the epidemiology, identification, and management of bullying and victimization among children in the primary care setting. Information was obtained from PsycINFO and MEDLINE databases, as well as the authors' own clinical and research.
Julia worked in a wilderness program before starting graduate studies at York University. Her advisor, Dr. Debra Pepler, is Pine River’s Senior Research Advisor, so when it came time to develop a thesis about how youths change during therapy, our program seemed like a natural fit. Julia initially thought she would focus on the wilderness.
Wendy Craig, Debra Pepler, and Jennifer Connolly. They are therefore included as co-authors on the first manuscript. iv Acknowledgements This dissertation is about social ties, and without mine, I would not have been able to succeed in writing it. Thank you to Wendy Craig, my supervisor, for guiding me along the way, and for making sure that no stone was left unturned. To the members of the.
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Mishna, Dr. Debra Pepler, and Dr. Leena Augimeri—for their feedback and support during this research project. In addition, I wish to thank my dear husband, Tim Gerrits, for his unfailing belief in me and his loving encouragement during this learning journey.
The mission of the Clinical Developmental Psychology Program is to prepare graduate students for professional practice as clinical psychologists in community, hospital, academic, and research settings. Following a training philosophy based in the scientist-practitioner model, the research, teaching, and clinical components of the program.
Dr. Debra Pepler Dr. Debra Pepler is a Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology at York University and a Senior Executive Member of the LaMarsh Centre for Research on Violence and Conflict Resolution. She is Senior Associate Scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Dr. Pepler conducts research on children at risk. Her major.
Education. Craig completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of British Columbia in 1985 and a Master of Arts degree from York University in 1989. In 1993, Craig earned her Ph.D. in clinical developmental psychology from York University, under the supervision of Dr. Debra Pepler. For her doctoral dissertation, entitled Naturalistic observations of bullies and victims in the school.
Dissertation: Enactment and memory for routine and novel naturalistic actions in amnestic subtypes of MCI. Bravina Kuni (2016, Clinical Developmental) Psychologist (Supervised Practice), Developmental Services of Leeds and Grenville Dissertation: A feasibility study of working memory training for individuals with pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis.
Tina Pepler is a dramatist who works in radio, television and film. She was born in Baghdad, Iraq and during her childhood lived in the Middle East, the United States, and France.She now lives in Bristol. She began her writing career as a radio dramatist and while still working in that medium, she now also writes television and film scripts.
Bullying Interventions: A Binocular Perspective Debra J. Pepler, PhD1 Abstract Introduction: Bullying is a complex relationship problem associated with many psychosocial difficulties for children.
Some recently completed PhD Theses (Amended December 2013) 2013. Name: Manuel ALMEIDA. Supervisor: Dr P Wilson. Thesis title: Defective polities: A history of an idea of international society. Name: Adel ALTORAIFI. Supervisor: Dr K Dalacoura. Thesis title: The Role of State Identity in Foreign Policy DecisionMaking. The Rise -.
Taryn Nepon, MA, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research, York University.
Amanda Nickerson is the inaugural director of the Alberti Center and a professor in the Department of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology. Her research focuses on preventing and intervening with school crises, violence, and bullying. She has also researched the critical role of schools, parents, and peers in promoting social-emotional strengths of children and adolescents. Amanda has.
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AN ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATION OF NAME OF STUDENT, for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in MAJOR FIELD, presented on DATE OF DEFENSE, at Southern Illinois University Car-.