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Racial‐ethnic identity in mid‐adolescence: Content and change as predictors of academic achievement
I Altschul, D Oyserman, D Bybee
Child development 77 (5), 1155-1169, 2006
5312006
The persistent effect of race and the promise of alternatives to suspension in school discipline outcomes
Y Anyon, JM Jenson, I Altschul, J Farrar, J McQueen, E Greer, B Downing, ...
Children and Youth Services Review 44, 379-386, 2014
5062014
Parental involvement and the academic achievement of Mexican American youths: what kinds of involvement in youths' education matter most?
I Altschul
Social Work Research 35 (3), 159-170, 2011
4112011
Linking socioeconomic status to the academic achievement of Mexican American youth through parent involvement in education
I Altschul
Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 3 (1), 13-30, 2012
2742012
Using planned adaptation to implement evidence-based programs with new populations
SJ Lee, I Altschul, CT Mowbray
American journal of community psychology 41, 290-303, 2008
2272008
Racial-ethnic self-schemas and segmented assimilation: Identity and the academic achievement of Hispanic youth
I Altschul, D Oyserman, D Bybee
Social Psychology Quarterly 71 (3), 302-320, 2008
1782008
Does warmth moderate longitudinal associations between maternal spanking and child aggression in early childhood?
SJ Lee, I Altschul, ET Gershoff
Developmental psychology 49 (11), 2017, 2013
1522013
Hugs, not hits: Warmth and spanking as predictors of child social competence
I Altschul, SJ Lee, ET Gershoff
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (3), 695-714, 2016
1252016
Wait until your father gets home? Mother's and fathers’ spanking and development of child aggression
SJ Lee, I Altschul, ET Gershoff
Children and youth services review 52, 158-166, 2015
1052015
Parental spanking and subsequent risk for child aggression in father-involved families of young children
SJ Lee, CA Taylor, I Altschul, JC Rice
Children and youth services review 35 (9), 1476-1485, 2013
782013
Measuring organizational health in child welfare agencies
CC Potter, R Leake, L Longworth-Reed, I Altschul, S Rienks
Children and Youth Services Review 61, 31-39, 2016
572016
Direct and mediated effects of nativity and other indicators of acculturation on Hispanic mothers’ use of physical aggression
I Altschul, SJ Lee
Child Maltreatment 16 (4), 262-274, 2011
512011
Spanking of young children: Do immigrant and US-born Hispanic parents differ?
SJ Lee, I Altschul
Journal of interpersonal violence 30 (3), 475-498, 2015
502015
Longitudinal relations between coparenting and father engagement in low-income residential and nonresidential father families.
JY Lee, BL Volling, SJ Lee, I Altschul
Journal of Family Psychology 34 (2), 226, 2020
392020
Collective efficacy predicting experience of material hardship in low-income neighborhoods
D Brisson, I Altschul
Urban Affairs Review 47 (4), 541-563, 2011
392011
Training social work graduate students in the evidence-based practice process
K Bender, I Altschul, J Yoder, D Parrish, SJ Nickels
Research on Social Work Practice 24 (3), 339-348, 2014
362014
Hispanic fathers and risk for maltreatment in father-involved families of young children
SJ Lee, I Altschul, SR Shair, CA Taylor
Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2 (2), 125-142, 2011
202011
Linking socioeconomic status to Mexican American youth’s academic achievement through parent involvement in education
I Altschul
Journal of the Society for Soical Work and Research, 13-30, 2012
182012
The associations of constructive and destructive interparental conflict to child well-being among low-income families
JY Lee, GT Pace, SJ Lee, I Altschul
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (15-16), 7523-7546, 2021
102021
Parental relationship status as a moderator of the associations between mothers’ and fathers’ conflict behaviors and early child behavior problems
SJ Lee, GT Pace, JY Lee, I Altschul
Journal of interpersonal violence 37 (7-8), NP3801-NP3831, 2022
92022
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