Paul E. Jose

Paul E. Jose Paul E. Jose

Associate Professor

School of Psychology

Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand

 
Biography

Qualifications: MA , Ph.D Yale University

Historically I have been interested in how children and adolescents cope with the problems in their lives. I assess stress, coping, and adjustment and examine their interrelationships at one point in time or longitudinally. Recent research has expanded to include issues of cross-cultural and cross-national investigations of how adolescents cope with stressors. Recently I have been turning to issues of positive psychology and positive youth development. Much of my current work focuses on savouring and happiness. I also have a strong interest in methodological issues in general, and statistical moderation and mediation in particular.

 
Research Interest

Social development, Adolescent stress and coping,Family dynamics and their effects on adolescents, Cross-cultural research on social development positive psychology statistical mediation and moderation.

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