Richard John
Richard John
Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California
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Coparenting: a link between marital conflict and parenting in two-parent families.
G Margolin, EB Gordis, RS John
Journal of family Psychology 15 (1), 3, 2001
8052001
The intergenerational transmission of aggression across three generations
D Doumas, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of Family Violence 9 (2), 157-175, 1994
4201994
Affective responses to conflictual discussions in violent and nonviolent couples.
G Margolin, RS John, L Gleberman
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 56 (1), 24, 1988
4091988
Perceived individual collaboration know-how development through information technology–enabled contextualization: Evidence from distributed teams
A Majchrzak, A Malhotra, R John
Information systems research 16 (1), 9-27, 2005
3892005
America's angriest home videos: Behavioral contingencies observed in home reenactments of marital conflict.
B Burman, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 61 (1), 28, 1993
2691993
Relation among marital conflict, child coping, and child adjustment
M O'Brien, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 24 (3), 346-361, 1995
2351995
The continuance and spillover of everyday tensions in distressed and nondistressed families.
G Margolin, A Christensen, RS John
Journal of Family Psychology 10 (3), 304, 1996
2131996
Interactive and unique risk factors for husbands' emotional and physical abuse of their wives
G Margolin, RS John, L Foo
Journal of Family violence 13 (4), 315-344, 1998
1981998
Mothers' and sons' cognitive and emotional reactions to simulated marital and family conflict.
M O'Brien, G Margolin, RS John, L Krueger
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 59 (5), 692, 1991
1981991
Reliability and diagnostic efficacy of parents’ reports regarding children’s exposure to marital aggression
M O’Brien, RS John, G Margolin, O Erel
Violence and victims 9 (1), 45-62, 1994
1781994
Home observations of married couples reenacting naturalistic conflicts.
G Margolin, B Burman, RS John
Behavioral Assessment, 1989
1671989
Observed patterns of conflict in violent, nonviolent, and nondistressed couples.
B Burman, RS John, G Margolin
Behavioral Assessment, 1992
1521992
Marital aggression, observed parental hostility, and child behavior during triadic family interaction.
EB Gordis, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of Family Psychology 11 (1), 76, 1997
1431997
Comparing hierarchical and nonhierarchical weighting methods for eliciting multiattribute value models
WG Stillwell, D Von Winterfeldt, RS John
Management Science 33 (4), 442-450, 1987
1361987
Improving resource allocation strategy against human adversaries in security games
R Yang, C Kiekintveld, F Ordonez, M Tambe, R John
IJCAI Proceedings-International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence …, 2011
1312011
Teacher reports as a predictor of schizophrenia and borderline schizophrenia: A Bayesian decision analysis.
RS John, SA Mednick, F Schulsinger
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 91 (6), 399, 1982
1251982
Observed sibling interaction: Links with the marital and the mother–child relationship.
O Erel, G Margolin, RS John
Developmental Psychology 34 (2), 288, 1998
1211998
The relationship between daily marital interaction, work, and health-promoting behaviors in dual-earner couples: An extension of the work-family spillover model
DM Doumas, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of Family Issues 24 (1), 3-20, 2003
1112003
Effects of marital and parent-child relations on children's adjustment.
B Burman, RS John, G Margolin
Journal of Family Psychology 1 (1), 91, 1987
1111987
Parents' hostility in dyadic marital and triadic family settings and children's behavior problems.
EB Gordis, G Margolin, RS John
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 69 (4), 727, 2001
1102001
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