Joe Price, PhD
Dr. Price's research focuses on understanding the parameters of the social-environmental conditions necessary for normal development, the consequences for individual development when social-environmental conditions fall outside the species-normal range, and how best to develop and implement preventative intervention programs for at-risk children. Recent research has focused on the social development and social cognitive processes of maltreated children and the role peer relationships play in psychosocial problems.
- Professor, Department of Psychology, San Diego State University
- Associate Director, Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC), San Diego, CA
- PhD, Purdue University
- Price, J. M, & Glad, K. (2003). Hostile attributional tendencies in maltreated children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 31(3), 329-343.
- Dodge, K. A., Lansford, J. E., Burks, V. S., Bates, J. E., Pettit, G. S., Fontaine, R., & Price, J. M. (2003). Peer rejection and social information-processing factors in the development of aggressive behavior problems in children. Child Development, 74(2), 374-393.
- Price, J. M., & Lento, J. (2000). Vulnerability to psychopathology among youth. In R. Ingram & J. M. Price (Eds.), Handbook of vulnerability to psychopathology: Risk across the lifespan. New York: Guilford Press.
- Burks, V. S., Dodge, K. A., Price, J. M., & Laird, R. D. (1999). Internal representational models of peers: Implications for the development of problematic behavior. Developmental Psychology, 35(3), 802-810.
- Price, J. M., & Landsverk, J. (1998). Social information-processing patterns as predictors of social adaptation and behavior problems among maltreated children in foster care. Child Abuse and Neglect, 22(9), 845-858.
- Adapting Material with Foster Parent Focus Groups
- Flexibility in the Protocol
- Giving Back to a Community
- Let's Work Together
- Meeting with Foster Parent Associations
- Staff Supervision Across Sites
- Training by Role-Playing
- We're Not Here to Tell You How to Do It
- What Is This Going to Feel Like?