Stress, Violence & Youth
Margolin, G., Vickerman, K. A., Ramos, M. C., Duman Serrano, S., Gordis, E. B., Iturralde, E., Oliver, P. H., & Spies, L. A. (2009). Youth exposed to violence: Stability, co-occurrence, and context. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 12, 39-54. PMID: 19238543
Duman, S. E., & Margolin, G. (2007). Parents’ aggressive influences and children’s aggressive problem solutions with peers.Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 36, 42-55. PMID: 17206880
Margolin, G., & Vickerman, K. A. (2007). Post-traumatic stress in children and adolescents exposed to family violence: I. Overview and Issues. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38, 613-619.
Proctor, L. J., Fauchier, A., Oliver, P. H., Ramos, M. C., Rios, M. A., & Margolin, G. (2007). Family context and young children's responses to earthquake. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48, 941-949. PMID: 17714379
Vickerman, K. A., & Margolin, G. (2007). Post-traumatic stress in children and adolescents exposed to family violence: II. Treatment. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38, 620-628.
Margolin, G., & Gordis, E. B. (2004). Children's violence exposure in the family and community. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13, 152-155.
Margolin, G., Gordis, E. B., & Oliver, Ph. H. (2004). Links between marital and parent-child interactions: Moderating role of husband-to-wife aggression. Development and Psychopathology, 16, 753-771. PMID: 15605635
Margolin, G. (2004). Children's exposure to violence: Exploring developmental pathways to diverse outcomes, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20, 72-81. PMID: 15618563
Margolin, G., & Gordis, E. B. (2003). Co-occurrence between marital aggression and parents' child abuse potential: The impact of cumulative stress. Violence and Victims, 18, 243-258. PMID: 12968657
Margolin, G., Gordis, E. B., Medina, A. M., & Oliver, P. (2003). The co-occurrence of husband-to-wife aggression, family-of origin aggression, and child abuse potential in a community sample: Implications for parenting. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18, 413-440.
Medina, A. M., Margolin, G., & Gordis, E. B. (2002). Violence, children's exposure to: General effects. In J. W. Guthrie (Ed.) Encyclopedia of education, Second Edition (pp. 2623-2627) Macmillan Reference, USA: New York.
Gordis, E. B., Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (2001). The relations among parents' hostility in dyadic marital and triadic family settings and children's behavior problems. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 69, 727-734.
Margolin, G., Oliver, P. H., & Medina, A. M. (2001) Conceptual issues in understanding the relation between interparental conflict and child adjustment: Integrating developmental psychopathology and risk/resilince perspectives. In J. H. Grych & F. D. Fincham (Eds.), Child development and interparental conflict (pp. 9-38). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Margolin, G., & Gordis, E. B. (2000). The effects of family and community violence on children. Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 445-479.
Medina, A. M., Margolin, G., & Wilcox, R. (2000). Family hostility and children's cognitive processes. Behavior Therapy, 31, 667-684 .
Margolin, G. (1998). The effects of domestic violence on children. In P. K.Trickett & C. Schellenbach (Eds.). Violence against children in the family and the community (pp. 57-102). Washington, DC: APA.
Laumakis, M. A., Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (1998) The emotional, cognitive, and coping responses of preadolescent children to different dimensions of marital conflict. In G. W. Holden, R. Geffner, & E. N. Jouriles(Eds.). Children exposed to family violence (pp. 257-288). Washington: APA Press.
Garcia O'Hearn, H. Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (1997). Mothers' and fathers' reports of children's reactions to naturalistic marital conflict. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 36, 1366-1373.
Gordis, E. B., Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (1997). Marital aggression, observed parental hostility, and child behavior during triadic family interaction. Journal of Family Psychology, 11, 76-89.
Margolin, G., & John, R. S. (1997). Children's exposure to marital aggression: Direct and mediated effects. In Kaufman Kantor, G., & J. Jasinski (Eds.) Out of the darkness: Contemporary research perspectives on family violence (pp. 90-104). Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Margolin, G., Christensen A., & John, R. S. (1996). The continuance and spill-over of everyday tensions in distressed and nondistressed families. Journal of Family Psychology, 10, 304-321. (Summarized in Clinician's Research Digest, June, 1997, p. 2).
Margolin, G., John, R. S., Ghosh, C. M., & Gordis, E. B. (1996). Family interaction process: An essential tool for exploring abusive relations. In D. D. Cahn & S. A. Lloyd (Eds.) Family abuse: A communication perspective (pp 37-58). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
O'Brien, M., Margolin, G., & John, R.S. (1995). Relation among marital conflict, child coping, and child adjustment. Journal of Child Clinical Psychology, 24, 346-361.
Margolin, G. (1995). Witnessing domestic violence. In R. J. Gelles (Ed.). Families & violence, abuse, & neglect (pp. 24-25, 38). Minneapolis: National Council of Family Relations.
Doumas, D., Margolin G., & John, R.S. (1994). The intergenerational transmission of aggression across three generations.Journal of Family Violence, 9, 157 - 176.
O'Brien, M., Margolin, G., John, R. & Krueger, L., (1991). Mothers' and sons' cognitive and emotional reactions to simulated marital and family conflict. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 59, (5) 692-703.
Burman, B., John, R. S., & Margolin, G. (1987). Effects of marital adjustment and parent-child relations on children's adjustment. Journal of Family Psychology, 1, 91-108
Margolin, G. (1981). The reciprocal relationship between marital and child problems. In J. P. Vincent (Ed.), Advances in family interventions, assessment and theory (Vol. 2) (pp. 167-222). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
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