Department of Psychology
The University of Houston
126 Heyne Building
Houston, TX 77204-5502
Alexander W. Siegel
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Undergraduate, Amherst College
- Adolescent Development & Adaptation
- Adolescent Risk-Taking
- Adolescents in Gangs
- History of Psychology, Developmental Psychology, & Adolescence
Rubovits, D.S., & Siegel, A.W. (1994). Developing conceptions of chronic disease: A comparison of disease experience. Children's Health Care, 23, 267-285.
Siegel, A.W., Cousins, J.H., Rubovits, D.S., Parsons, J.T., Lavery, B., & Crowley, C.L. (1994). Adolescents' perceptions of the benefits and risks of their own risk-taking. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 2, 89-98.
Parsons, J.T., Siegel, A.W., & Cousins, J.H. (1997). Late adolescent risk-taking: Effects of perceived benefits and perceived risks on behavioral intentions and behavioral change. Journal of Adolescence, 20, 381-392.
Siegel, A.W., & Hartup, W.W. (Guest Eds.) (1997). Special Issue on the History of Child Development. SRCD Newsletter, 40 (Whole #3).
Shapiro, R., Siegel, A.W., Scovill, L., & Hays, J. (1998). Risk-taking patterns of female adolescents: An analysis of what they do and why they do it. Journal of Adolescence, 21, 1-17.