Irwin Sandler, PhD
Dr. Sandler has been conducting research on children and families in high stress situations for over 20 years. His current research interests include understanding the role of coping and coping efficacy in promoting health adaptation to stress, the assessment of stress events and ongoing chronic difficulties, and preventive interventions for children of divorce and bereaved children.
- Director, Program for Prevention Research, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
- Regent's Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University
- PhD, 1971, University of Rochester, Clinical Psychology
- Winslow, E. B., Bonds, D., Wolchik, S., Braver, S., & Sandler, I. (2009). Predictors of enrollment and retention in a preventive parenting intervention for divorced families. Journal of Primary Prevention, 30(2), 151-172.
- Sandler, I., Miles, J., Cookston, J., & Braver, S. (2008). Effects of father and mother parenting on children's mental health in high- and low-conflict divorces. Family Court Review, 46(2), 282-296.
- Wolchik, S., Ma, Y., Tein, J., Sandler, I., & Ayers, T. (2008). Parentally bereaved children's grief: Self-system beliefs as mediators of the relations between grief and stressors and caregiver-child relationship quality. Death Studies, 32(7), 597-620.
- Zhou, Q., Sandler, I., Millsap, R., Wolchik, S., & Dawson-McClure, S. (2008). Mother-child relationship quality and effective discipline as mediators of the 6-year effects of the New Beginnings Program for children from divorced families. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76(4), 579-594.
- Daniels, V., & Sandler, I. (2008). Use of quality management methods in the transition from efficacious prevention programs to effective prevention services. American Journal of Community Psychology, 41(3), 250-261.
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