Fred A. Rogosch
Fred A. Rogosch
University of Rochester, Mt. Hope Family Center
Email confirmado em rochester.edu
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Equifinality and multifinality in developmental psychopathology
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Development and psychopathology 8 (4), 597-600, 1996
15981996
A developmental psychopathology perspective on adolescence.
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 70 (1), 6, 2002
11802002
Dimensions of child maltreatment and children's adjustment: Contributions of developmental timing and subtype
JT Manly, JE Kim, FA Rogosch, D Cicchetti
Development and psychopathology 13 (4), 759-782, 2001
9112001
The role of self-organization in the promotion of resilience in maltreated children
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Development and psychopathology 9 (4), 797-815, 1997
8601997
Fostering secure attachment in infants in maltreating families through preventive interventions
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, SL Toth
Development and psychopathology 18 (3), 623-649, 2006
7512006
Substance use and symptomatology among adolescent children of alcoholics.
L Chassin, F Rogosch, M Barrera
Journal of abnormal psychology 100 (4), 449, 1991
6271991
Resilience in maltreated children: Processes leading to adaptive outcome
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, M Lynch, KD Holt
Development and psychopathology 5 (4), 629-647, 1993
5721993
The impact of child maltreatment and psychopathology on neuroendocrine functioning
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Development and psychopathology 13 (4), 783-804, 2001
5372001
Diverse patterns of neuroendocrine activity in maltreated children
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Development and psychopathology 13 (3), 677-693, 2001
5022001
Maternal depressive disorder and contextual risk: Contributions to the development of attachment insecurity and behavior problems in toddlerhood
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, SL Toth
Development and psychopathology 10 (2), 283-300, 1998
4831998
The role of child maltreatment in early deviations in cognitive and affective processing abilities and later peer relationship problems
FA Rogosch, D Cicchetti, JL Aber
Development and psychopathology 7 (4), 591-609, 1995
3761995
The efficacy of toddler-parent psychotherapy to reorganize attachment in the young offspring of mothers with major depressive disorder: a randomized preventive trial.
SL Toth, FA Rogosch, JT Manly, D Cicchetti
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 74 (6), 1006, 2006
3672006
The differential impacts of early physical and sexual abuse and internalizing problems on daytime cortisol rhythm in school‐aged children
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, MR Gunnar, SL Toth
Child development 81 (1), 252-269, 2010
3602010
Predictors of resilience in maltreated and nonmaltreated Latino children.
E Flores, D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch
Developmental psychology 41 (2), 338, 2005
3022005
The efficacy of toddler-parent psychotherapy for fostering cognitive development in offspring of depressed mothers
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, SL Toth
Journal of abnormal child psychology 28 (2), 135-148, 2000
2942000
Effects of social support and conflict on adolescent children of alcoholic and nonalcoholic fathers.
M Barrera, L Chassin, F Rogosch
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (4), 602, 1993
2931993
The efficacy of toddler-parent psychotherapy to increase attachment security in offspring of depressed mothers
D Cicchetti, SL Toth, FA Rogosch
Attachment & Human Development 1 (1), 34-66, 1999
2831999
False belief understanding in maltreated children
D Cicchetti, FA Rogosch, A Maughan, SL Toth, J Bruce
Development and psychopathology 15 (4), 1067-1091, 2003
2432003
Longitudinal associations among child maltreatment, social functioning, and cortisol regulation.
LRA Alink, D Cicchetti, J Kim, FA Rogosch
Developmental psychology 48 (1), 224, 2012
2382012
Early-occurring maternal depression and maternal negativity in predicting young children’s emotion regulation and socioemotional difficulties
A Maughan, D Cicchetti, SL Toth, FA Rogosch
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35 (5), 685-703, 2007
2362007
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