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Bram Orobio de Castro
Bram Orobio de Castro
Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Hostile attribution of intent and aggressive behavior: A meta‐analysis
BO De Castro, JW Veerman, W Koops, JD Bosch, HJ Monshouwer
Child development 73 (3), 916-934, 2002
14112002
Emotions in social information processing and their relations with reactive and proactive aggression in referred aggressive boys
B Orobio de Castro, W Merk, W Koops, JW Veerman, JD Bosch
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 34 (1), 105-116, 2005
5122005
Effectiveness of the Incredible Years parent training to modify disruptive and prosocial child behavior: A meta-analytic review
ATA Menting, BO de Castro, W Matthys
Clinical psychology review 33 (8), 901-913, 2013
4352013
A meta-analysis of the distinction between reactive and proactive aggression in children and adolescents
H Polman, B Orobio de Castro, W Koops, HW van Boxtel, WW Merk
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35, 522-535, 2007
3862007
Origins of narcissism in children
E Brummelman, S Thomaes, SA Nelemans, B Orobio de Castro, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (12), 3659-3662, 2015
3732015
Does socioeconomic status matter? A meta-analysis on parent training effectiveness for disruptive child behavior
P Leijten, MAJ Raaijmakers, BO de Castro, W Matthys
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 42 (3), 384-392, 2013
2512013
Reducing narcissistic aggression by buttressing self-esteem: An experimental field study
S Thomaes, BJ Bushman, BO Castro, GL Cohen, JJA Denissen
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1536-1542, 2009
2282009
Experimental study of the differential effects of playing versus watching violent video games on children's aggressive behavior
H Polman, BO De Castro, MAG Van Aken
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2008
2202008
What makes narcissists bloom? A framework for research on the etiology and development of narcissism
S Thomaes, BJ Bushman, BO De Castro, H Stegge
Development and Psychopathology 21 (4), 1233-1247, 2009
1862009
The distinction between reactive and proactive aggression: Utility for theory, diagnosis and treatment?
W Merk, B Orobio de Castro, W Koops, W Matthys
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 2 (2), 197-220, 2005
1752005
On feeding those hungry for praise: Person praise backfires in children with low self-esteem.
E Brummelman, S Thomaes, G Overbeek, B Orobio de Castro, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 9, 2014
1672014
Sustained, fade-out or sleeper effects? A systematic review and meta-analysis of parenting interventions for disruptive child behavior
J Van Aar, P Leijten, BO de Castro, G Overbeek
Clinical psychology review 51, 153-163, 2017
1642017
Negative feelings exacerbate hostile attributions of intent in highly aggressive boys
B Orobio de Castro, NW Slot, JD Bosch, W Koops, JW Veerman
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 32 (1), 56-65, 2003
1582003
“That’s not just beautiful—that’s incredibly beautiful!” The adverse impact of inflated praise on children with low self-esteem
E Brummelman, S Thomaes, B Orobio de Castro, G Overbeek, ...
Psychological science 25 (3), 728-735, 2014
1532014
In the eye of the beholder: Eye-tracking assessment of social information processing in aggressive behavior
TA Horsley, BO de Castro, M Van der Schoot
Journal of abnormal child psychology 38, 587-599, 2010
1512010
The development of social information processing and aggressive behaviour: Current issues
BO De Castro
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 1 (1), 87-102, 2004
1392004
The role of reflection in the effects of community service on adolescent development: A meta‐analysis
A Van Goethem, A Van Hoof, B Orobio de Castro, M Van Aken, D Hart
Child development 85 (6), 2114-2130, 2014
1362014
Social information processing in delinquent adolescents
CN Nas, B Orobio De Castro, W Koops
Psychology, Crime & Law 11 (4), 363-375, 2005
1322005
When parents’ praise inflates, children's self‐esteem deflates
E Brummelman, SA Nelemans, S Thomaes, B Orobio de Castro
Child development 88 (6), 1799-1809, 2017
1302017
Underlying mechanisms of gene–environment interactions in externalizing behavior: A systematic review and search for theoretical mechanisms
J Weeland, G Overbeek, BO de Castro, W Matthys
Clinical child and family psychology review 18, 413-442, 2015
1232015
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