Gest-Scott

Scott Gest

Professor, HDFS

110 HHD Building
814-865-3464
sdg10@psu.edu

Biography

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Recent Publications

Enriching preschool classrooms and home visits with evidence_based programming: sustained benefits for low_income children

Bierman, K., Heinrichs, B., Welsh, J., Nix, R., & Gest, S. D. (2016, In Press). Enriching preschool classrooms and home visits with evidence_based programming: Sustained benefits for low_income children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.

geUnderstanding process in group-based intervention delivery: Social network analysis and intra-entity variability methods as windows into the "Black Box"

Elreda, L., Coatsworth, J. D., Gest, S. D., Ram, N., & Bamburger, K. (2016). Understanding process in group-based intervention delivery: Social network analysis and intra-entity variability methods as windows into the "Black Box". Prevention Science, 17, 925-936.

geThe effect of having aggressive friends on aggressive behavior in childhood: Using propensity scores to strengthen causal inference

Henneberger, A. K., Coffman, D. L., & Gest, S. D. (2016, In Press). The effect of having aggressive friends on aggressive behavior in childhood: Using propensity scores to strengthen causal inference. Social Development.

The randomized controlled trial of Head Start REDI: Sustained effects on developmental trajectories of social-emotional functioning

Nix, R., Bierman, K. L., Heinrichs, B. S., Gest, S. D., Welsh, J. A., & Domitrovich, C. E. (2016). The randomized controlled trial of Head Start REDI: Sustained effects on developmental trajectories of social-emotional functioning. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 84(4), 310-322. doi 0022006X

Teacher-child relationships and friendships and peer victimization across the school year

Serdiouk, M., Berry, D., & Gest, S. D. (2016). Teacher-child relationships and friendships and peer victimization across the school year. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 46, 63-72.