My research interests are broad, but centered in the areas of developmental psychopathology and child assessment. Because my undergraduate work has involved applying lifespan-developmental theory to clinical problems, I have become primarily interested in examining risk factors in the development of parents' inaccurate ratings of their child's internalizing problems. In addition, my experiences in studying childhood problems in a developmental context have drawn my interests toward studying the roles of parental interpersonal dependency and ethnicity in the development of child anxiety and fear. Finally, because much of my work has involved studying samples of primarily Hispanic American youth, my interests have also led me to examine the risk and protective factors involved in Hispanic adolescents' exposure to community crime and violence. ? ?
|De Los Reyes, Andres; Kazdin, Alan E (2009) Identifying evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents using the range of possible changes model: a meta-analytic illustration. Behav Modif 33:583-617|
|De Los Reyes, Andres; Goodman, Kimberly L; Kliewer, Wendy et al. (2008) Whose depression relates to discrepancies? Testing relations between informant characteristics and informant discrepancies from both informants'perspectives. Psychol Assess 20:139-49|
|De Los Reyes, Andres; Kazdin, Alan E (2005) Informant discrepancies in the assessment of childhood psychopathology: a critical review, theoretical framework, and recommendations for further study. Psychol Bull 131:483-509|
|De Los Reyes, Andres; Kazdin, Alan E (2004) Measuring informant discrepancies in clinical child research. Psychol Assess 16:330-4|
|De Los Reyes, Andres; Prinstein, Mitchell J (2004) Applying depression-distortion hypotheses to the assessment of peer victimization in adolescents. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 33:325-35|