Jennifer Watling Neal
Jennifer Watling Neal
Associate Professor of Psychology, Michigan State University
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Nested or networked? Future directions for ecological systems theory
JW Neal, ZP Neal
Social Development 22 (4), 722-737, 2013
Expediting the analysis of qualitative data in evaluation: A procedure for the rapid identification of themes from audio recordings (RITA)
JW Neal, ZP Neal, E VanDyke, M Kornbluh
American Journal of Evaluation 36 (1), 118-132, 2015
Classroom peer relationships and behavioral engagement in elementary school: The role of social network equity
E Cappella, HY Kim, JW Neal, DR Jackson
American journal of community psychology 52 (3-4), 367-379, 2013
The (in) compatibility of diversity and sense of community
ZP Neal, JW Neal
American Journal of Community Psychology 53 (1), 1-12, 2014
Transforming individual civic engagement into community collective efficacy: The role of bonding social capital
CR Collins, JW Neal, ZP Neal
American journal of community psychology 54 (3-4), 328-336, 2014
Power as a structural phenomenon
JW Neal, ZP Neal
American Journal of Community Psychology 48 (3-4), 157-167, 2011
“Kracking” the Missing Data Problem: Applying Krackhardt's Cognitive Social Structures to School-Based Social Networks
JW Neal
Sociology of Education 81 (2), 140-162, 2008
Brokering the research–practice gap: A typology
JW Neal, ZP Neal, M Kornbluh, KJ Mills, JA Lawlor
American journal of community psychology 56 (3), 422-435, 2015
Social aggression and social position in middle childhood and early adolescence: Burning bridges or building them?
J Watling Neal
The Journal of early adolescence 30 (1), 122-137, 2010
Seeing eye to eye: Predicting teacher–student agreement on classroom social networks
JW Neal, E Cappella, C Wagner, MS Atkins
Social Development 20 (2), 376-393, 2011
Enhancing dissemination and implementation research using systems science methods
JG Burke, KH Lich, JW Neal, HI Meissner, M Yonas, PL Mabry
International journal of behavioral medicine 22 (3), 283-291, 2015
Why social networks matter: A structural approach to the study of relational aggression in middle childhood and adolescence
JW Neal
Child & Youth Care Forum 36 (5), 195-211, 2007
Channels of change: Contrasting network mechanisms in the use of interventions
JW Neal, ZP Neal, MS Atkins, DB Henry, SL Frazier
American Journal of Community Psychology 47 (3-4), 277-286, 2011
Linking the levels: Network and relational perspectives for community psychology
JW Neal, BD Christens
American journal of community psychology 53 (3-4), 314-323, 2014
Network ties and mean lies: A relational approach to relational aggression
JW Neal
Journal of community psychology 37 (6), 737-753, 2009
Exploring empowerment in settings: Mapping distributions of network power
JW Neal
American journal of community psychology 53 (3-4), 394-406, 2014
Examining the many dimensions of children’s popularity Interactions between aggression, prosocial behaviors, and gender
M Kornbluh, JW Neal
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 0265407514562562, 2016
Expanding the role of school psychologists to support early career teachers: A mixed-method study
ES Shernoff, SL Frazier, AM Marݽez-Lora, D Lakind, MS Atkins, ...
School Psychology Review 45 (2), 226-249, 2016
The public school as a public good: Direct and indirect pathways to community satisfaction
ZP Neal, J Watling Neal
Journal of Urban Affairs 34 (5), 469-486, 2012
Children's agreement on classroom social networks: cross-level predictors in urban elementary schools
E Cappella, JW Neal, N Sahu
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 285-313, 2012
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