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    Childhood Predictors of Violent Victimization at Age 17 Years: The Role of Early Social Behavioral Tendencies

    Averdijk, Margit, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    The Journal of pediatrics, May 2019, Vol.208, pp.183-190.e1 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    An Analysis of Response Shifts in Teacher Reports Associated with the Use of a Universal School-Based Intervention to Reduce Externalising Behaviour

    Murray, Aja Louise, Booth, Tom, Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis, Mckenzie, Karen, Murray, George
    Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research, 07 March 2019 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: An Analysis of Response Shifts in Teacher Reports Associated with the Use of a Universal School-Based Intervention to Reduce Externalising Behaviour
    Auteur: Murray, Aja Louise; Booth, Tom; Eisner, Manuel; Ribeaud, Denis; Mckenzie, Karen; Murray, George
    Sujet: Measurement Invariance ; Response Shifts ; Universal Interventions
    Description: School-based psychosocial interventions are a widely used approach to prevent or reduce externalising behaviour. However, evaluating the effects of such interventions is complicated by the fact that the interventions may not only change the target behaviour, but also the way that informants report on that behaviour. For example, teachers may become more aware of bullying behaviour after delivering lessons on the topic, resulting in increased teacher reports of the behaviour. In this study, we used multi-group confirmatory factor analysis to evaluate whether teachers exposed to the Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) intervention changed the way they reported on child externalising behaviour. Using data from the z-proso study (802 participants; 51% male; 69 teachers), teacher reports of aggressive behaviour, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and non-aggressive conduct disorder symptoms were compared pre- and post- intervention and across the intervention and control conditions. There was no evidence that teacher reporting was affected by exposure to the intervention. This helps bolster the interpretation of intervention effects as reflecting changes in child behaviour, rather than in the manner of informant reporting.
    Fait partie de: Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research, 07 March 2019
    Identifiant: 1573-6695 (E-ISSN); 30847752 Version (PMID); 10.1007/s11121-019-00999-2 (DOI)

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    A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Non-Response and Attrition in Longitudinal Research Using a Real Data Example

    Eisner, Nora L, Murray, Aja L, Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis
    International Journal of Behavioral Development, January 2019, Vol.43(1), p.24 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Sex Differences in ADHD Trajectories across Childhood and Adolescence

    Murray, Aja Louise, Booth, Tom, Eisner, Manuel, Auyeung, Bonnie, Murray, George, Ribeaud, Denis
    Developmental Science, January 2019, Vol.22(1) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    A Longitudinal Study on Stability and Transitions Among Bullying Roles

    Zych, Izabela, Ttofi, Maria M, Llorent, Vicente J, Farrington, David P, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel P
    Child development, 19 December 2018 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: A Longitudinal Study on Stability and Transitions Among Bullying Roles
    Auteur: Zych, Izabela; Ttofi, Maria M; Llorent, Vicente J; Farrington, David P; Ribeaud, Denis; Eisner, Manuel P
    Description: Trajectories of stability and change in bullying roles were examined through a longitudinal prospective study of 916 school students followed up biannually from age 11 to 17. Perpetrators and victims had relatively stable trajectories with most of the children remaining in the same role over time or becoming uninvolved. Bully/victim was the most unstable role with frequent transitions to perpetrators or victims. Developmental change in bullying roles was found with a decrease in physical forms over time in bullies and victims but with persistently high perpetration and victimization in bully/victims. These findings open new horizons in research and practice related to bullying and can be useful for its early detection or design of targeted interventions.
    Fait partie de: Child development, 19 December 2018
    Identifiant: 1467-8624 (E-ISSN); 30566232 Version (PMID); 10.1111/cdev.13195 (DOI)

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    Violent Poly-Victimization: The Longitudinal Patterns of Physical and Emotional Victimization Throughout Adolescence (11-17 Years)

    Obsuth, Ingrid, Mueller Johnson, Katrin, Murray, Aja Louise, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Journal of research on adolescence : the official journal of the Society for Research on Adolescence, December 2018, Vol.28(4), pp.786-806 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Testing the exacerbation and attenuation hypotheses of the role of anxiety in the relation between ADHD and reactive/proactive aggression: A 10-year longitudinal study

    Murray, Aja Louise, Booth, Tom, Obsuth, Ingrid, Zirk-Sadowski, Jan, Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis
    Psychiatry research, November 2018, Vol.269, pp.585-592 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Disagreeing about development: An analysis of parent-teacher agreement in ADHD symptom trajectories across the elementary school years

    Murray, Aja Louise, Booth, Tom, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    International journal of methods in psychiatric research, September 2018, Vol.27(3), pp.e1723 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Quantifying the Strength of General Factors in Psychopathology: A Comparison of CFA with Maximum Likelihood Estimation, BSEM, and ESEM/EFA Bifactor Approaches

    Murray, Aja Louise, Booth, Tom, Eisner, Manuel, Obsuth, Ingrid, Ribeaud, Denis
    Journal of personality assessment, 22 May 2018, pp.1-13 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Quantifying the Strength of General Factors in Psychopathology: A Comparison of CFA with Maximum Likelihood Estimation, BSEM, and ESEM/EFA Bifactor Approaches
    Auteur: Murray, Aja Louise; Booth, Tom; Eisner, Manuel; Obsuth, Ingrid; Ribeaud, Denis
    Sujet: Article;
    Description: Whether or not importance should be placed on an all-encompassing general factor of psychopathology (or p factor) in classifying, researching, diagnosing, and treating psychiatric disorders depends (among other issues) on the extent to which comorbidity is symptom-general rather than staying largely within the confines of narrower transdiagnostic factors such as internalizing and externalizing. In this study, we compared three methods of estimating p factor strength. We compared omega hierarchical and explained common variance calculated from confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) bifactor models with maximum likelihood (ML) estimation, from exploratory structural equation modeling/exploratory factor analysis models with a bifactor rotation, and from Bayesian structural equation modeling (BSEM) bifactor models. Our simulation results suggested that BSEM with small variance priors on secondary loadings might be the preferred option. However, CFA with ML also performed well provided secondary loadings were modeled. We provide two empirical examples of applying the three methodologies using a normative sample of youth (z-proso, n = 1,286) and a university counseling sample (n = 359).
    Fait partie de: Journal of personality assessment, 22 May 2018, pp.1-13
    Identifiant: 1532-7752 (E-ISSN); 29787294 Version (PMID); 10.1080/00223891.2018.1468338 (DOI)

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    Punitive Parenting and Delinquency: The Mediating Role of Short-term Mindsets.(Author abstract)

    Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis, Averdijk, Margit, Gelder, Jean-Louis van
    British Journal of Criminology, 2018, Vol.58(3), pp.644-666 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Punitive Parenting and Delinquency: The Mediating Role of Short-term Mindsets.(Author abstract)
    Auteur: Eisner, Manuel; Ribeaud, Denis; Averdijk, Margit; Gelder, Jean-Louis van
    Sujet: Parenting – Social Aspects ; Juvenile Delinquency – Social Aspects ; Life History Theory – Analysis
    Description: Tests, using longitudinal data from the Zurich Project on the Social Development from Childhood into Adulthood, the hypothesis that harsh and/or inconsistent parental discipline of children induces in them a tendency for short-term thinking and impulsiveness, both of which being risk factors of delinquency. Reviews the research literature on the link between short-term mindsets and anti-social behaviour.
    Fait partie de: British Journal of Criminology, 2018, Vol.58(3), pp.644-666
    Identifiant: 0007-0955 (ISSN)