Emory L. Cowen, Ph.D.

Psychology & Psychiatry University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
"Emory Leland Cowen"


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Arthur W. Combs grad student 1950 Syracuse
 (A study of the influence of varying degrees of psychological stress on problem solving rigidity.)


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Evan Forman grad student Rochester (Neurotree)
Leonard A. Jason grad student Rochester
Julian Rappaport grad student Rochester
Morton Wiener grad student 1953 Rochester
Paul A. Obrist grad student 1958 Rochester
Irwin Sandler grad student 1971 Rochester
Roger P. Weissberg grad student 1980 Rochester
Cynthia A. Rohrbeck grad student 1980-1985 Rochester (Neurotree)
Peter A. Wyman grad student 1982-1987 Rochester
Julia Y. Kim grad student 2000 Rochester
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Kilmer RP, Cowen EL, Wyman PA. (2001) A micro-level analysis of developmental, parenting, and family milieu variables that differentiate stress-resilient and stress-affected children Journal of Community Psychology. 29: 391-416
Forbes-Jones EL, Cowen EL. (2001) Sarason's context of productive learning: Towards the development of a measure to assess teacher goals Journal of Community Psychology. 29: 381-390
Spomer ML, Cowen EL. (2001) A comparison of the school mental health referral profiles of young ESL and English-speaking children Journal of Community Psychology. 29: 69-82
Wyman PA, Cowen EL, Work WC, et al. (1999) Caregiving and developmental factors differentiating young at-risk urban children showing resilient versus stress-affected outcomes: a replication and extension. Child Development. 70: 645-59
Mognus KD, Cowen EL, Wymon PA, et al. (1999) Correlates of resilient outcomes among highly stressed African-American and white urban children Journal of Community Psychology. 27: 473-488
Magnus KB, Cowen EL, Wyman PA, et al. (1999) Parent-child relationship qualities and child adjustment in highly stressed urban black and white families Journal of Community Psychology. 27: 55-71
Cowen EL, Wyman PA. (1998) Resilience in children: the nature and the importance of the concept Psicologia Escolar E Educacional. 2: 247-256
Kilmer RP, Cowen EL, Wyman PA, et al. (1998) Differences in stressors experienced by urban African American, White, and Hispanic children Journal of Community Psychology. 26: 415-428
Cowen EL, Wyman PA, Work WC, et al. (1997) Follow-up study of young stress-affected and stress-resilient urban children. Development and Psychopathology. 9: 565-77
Cowen EL, Wyman PA, Work WC. (1996) Resilience in highly stressed urban children: concepts and findings. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 73: 267-84
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