Christina Moore, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
165 McKinly Lab
Newark, DE 19716
Broadly, I am interested in factors that impact the development of aggressive behavior. My research interests concern the social, academic, and psychological wellbeing of bullies and victims and how community-based prevention/intervention programs impact these outcomes.
B.A. in Psychology, University of Vermont
Publications and Presentations
Moore, C., Shoulberg, E., & Murray-Close, D. (2012). Protective role of teacher preference for at-risk children's social status. Aggressive Behavior, 38, 481-493.
Moore, C. M., McCauley, S., Wexler, B., Leckman, JL, & Smith, S. (2015). Individual versus group administration of the flanker task in children with ADHD. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Children's Development Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Moore, C. M., Brady, A., & Murray-Close, D. (2011). Physical and relational aggression and peer status: Moderating roles of teacher dislike and gender. Poster presented at Society for Research in Children's Development Biennial Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
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