David J Hawes
David J Hawes
Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Sydney
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Australian data and psychometric properties of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire
DJ Hawes, MR Dadds
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 38 (8), 644-651, 2004
Attention to the eyes and fear-recognition deficits in child psychopathy
MR Dadds, Y Perry, DJ Hawes, S Merz, AC Riddell, DJ Haines, E Solak, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 189 (3), 280-281, 2006
The treatment of conduct problems in children with callous-unemotional traits.
DJ Hawes, MR Dadds
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 73 (4), 737, 2005
Disentangling the underlying dimensions of psychopathy and conduct problems in childhood: a community study.
MR Dadds, J Fraser, A Frost, DJ Hawes
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 73 (3), 400, 2005
Parenting influences on executive function in early childhood: A review
T Fay‐Stammbach, DJ Hawes, P Meredith
Child development perspectives 8 (4), 258-264, 2014
Learning to ‘talk the talk’: The relationship of psychopathic traits to deficits in empathy across childhood
MR Dadds, DJ Hawes, ADJ Frost, S Vassallo, P Bunn, K Hunter, S Merz
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 50 (5), 599-606, 2009
A measure of cognitive and affective empathy in children using parent ratings
MR Dadds, K Hunter, DJ Hawes, ADJ Frost, S Vassallo, P Bunn, S Merz, ...
Child psychiatry and human development 39 (2), 111-122, 2008
Outcomes, moderators, and mediators of empathic-emotion recognition training for complex conduct problems in childhood
MR Dadds, AJ Cauchi, S Wimalaweera, DJ Hawes, J Brennan
Psychiatry research 199 (3), 201-207, 2012
Callous-unemotional traits and the treatment of conduct problems in childhood and adolescence: A comprehensive review
DJ Hawes, MJ Price, MR Dadds
Clinical child and family psychology review 17 (3), 248-267, 2014
Do callous‐unemotional traits moderate the relative importance of parental coercion versus warmth in child conduct problems? An observational study
DS Pasalich, MR Dadds, DJ Hawes, J Brennan
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52 (12), 1308-1315, 2011
Do childhood callous-unemotional traits drive change in parenting practices?
DJ Hawes, MR Dadds, ADJ Frost, PA Hasking
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 40 (4), 507-518, 2011
Assessing parenting practices through parent-report and direct observation during parent-training
DJ Hawes, MR Dadds
Journal of Child and Family Studies 15 (5), 554-567, 2006
Impaired attention to the eyes of attachment figures and the developmental origins of psychopathy
MR Dadds, J Jambrak, D Pasalich, DJ Hawes, J Brennan
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52 (3), 238-245, 2011
Methylation of the oxytocin receptor gene and oxytocin blood levels in the development of psychopathy
MR Dadds, C Moul, A Cauchi, C Dobson-Stone, DJ Hawes, J Brennan, ...
Development and psychopathology 26 (1), 33-40, 2014
Stability and malleability of callous-unemotional traits during treatment for childhood conduct problems
DJ Hawes, MR Dadds
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 36 (3), 347-355, 2007
Cortisol, callous-unemotional traits, and pathways to antisocial behavior
DJ Hawes, J Brennan, MR Dadds
Current opinion in psychiatry 22 (4), 357-362, 2009
Attachment and callous‐unemotional traits in children with early‐onset conduct problems
DS Pasalich, MR Dadds, DJ Hawes, J Brennan
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 53 (8), 838-845, 2012
Conduct disorder
G Fairchild, DJ Hawes, PJ Frick, WE Copeland, CL Odgers, B Franke, ...
Nature Reviews Disease Primers 5 (1), 1-25, 2019
Associations among cruelty to animals, family conflict, and psychopathic traits in childhood
MR Dadds, C Whiting, DJ Hawes
Journal of interpersonal violence 21 (3), 411-429, 2006
Emotion socialization and child conduct problems: A comprehensive review and meta-analysis
AM Johnson, DJ Hawes, N Eisenberg, J Kohlhoff, J Dudeney
Clinical psychology review 54, 65-80, 2017
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