Supervision Study: Publications & Presentations

Presentations:

Recent developments in behavioral research and prevention of childhood injuries. Presented at the International Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, London, UK. September 2010.

The role of supervision in preventing childhood injuries. Presented at the Injury Prevention Center associated with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, January 2011.

Publications:

Morrongiello BA. & Schell S. (2012). You have to listen to me because I’m in charge: Explicit instruction improves sibling supervision. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. [in press].

Morrongiello, B.A. & Corbett, M. (in press). Child injury: The role of supervision in prevention. Lifestyle & Medicine.

Morrongiello, B.A., Sandomierski, M., Zdzieborski, D., & McCollam, H. (under review). Results of a Randomized, Controlled Trial Assessing the Efficacy of the Supervising for Safety Program: Does it Increase Parental Appraisals of Injury Risk and Commitment to Actively Supervising Their Young Children? Health Psychology.

Morrongiello BA, Sandomierski M, Zdzieborski D, & McCollam H. (2012). A Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating the Impact of the Supervising for Home Safety Program on Parent Appraisals of Injury Risk and Need to Actively Supervise. Health Psychology; 31(5):601-611.

Morrongiello BA, Zdzieborski D, Stewart J. (2012). Supervision of Children in Agricultural Settings: Implications for Injury Risk and Prevention. Journal of Agromedicine;17(2):149-162.

Morrongiello BA. (2011). The role of supervision in preventing childhood injuries, Injury Prevention Center associated with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Morrongiello BA. (2011). Advancing our understanding of family influences on child health – Future research directions, National conference on Families and Children hosted by Penn State.

Morrongiello BA, Kane A, & Zdzieborski D. (2010). “I think he is in his room playing a video game”: Parental Supervision of Young Elementary-School Children at Home. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

Morrongiello BA, Schmidt S. & Schell S. (2010). Caregiver supervision and injury risk: A comparison of mothers’ and older siblings’ reactions to risk taking by a younger child member of the family. Social Science and Medicine;71: 958-965.

Morrongiello BA, & Safe Kids Canada. (2010). Listen and work: Working with ethno-cultural communities to share injury prevention strategies, International Conference on Injury Prevention, London, UK.

Morrongiello BA. & Safe Kids Canada. (2010). Lost in Translation? What works to get parents to take action? Canadian Public Health Association meetings, Toronto, Ontario.

Corbett M, Morrongiello BA, & Ward L. (2010). A methodological template for the design and evaluation of evidence-based injury prevention fact sheets, International Conference on Injury Prevention, London, UK.

Morrongiello BA, Read A, & Zdzieborski D. (2010). Parental Supervision of School-Age Children at Home: “I think he is in his room playing a video game”. Poster presented at the annual Safety Conference. London, England.

Sandomierski M, Zdzieborski D, & Morrongiello B. (2010). Can a Video Intervention Change Parents’ Perceptions of Young Children’s Risk of Injury in the Home?, Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Quebec.

Zdzieborski D, Kane A, Morrongiello B. (2010). A Prospective Study of Caregiver Supervision of School-Age Children at Home”, Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Quebec.

Morrongiello, B.A., Zdzieborski, D., Lasenby-Lessard, J. & Sandomierski, M. (2009). Video messaging: What works to persuade mothers to supervise young children more closely to reduce injuries? Social Science & Medicine, 68, 1030-1037.

Zdzieborski D, Morrongiello B, & Lasenby J. (2008). “I can’t…I need to…I can and will”: Messaging that effects changes in parents’ attitudes toward and commitment to more closely supervising young children at home”, Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Posters:

Sandomierski, M. & Morrongiello, B.A. (April 2011). Can a video intervention change parents perceptions of young children’s risk of injury? Presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal Quebec Canada.

Zdzieborski, D., & Morrongiello, B.A. (April 2011). “I think he is in his room playing a video game”: A prospective study of parents supervision of school-age children at home. Presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal Quebec Canada.

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