Thomas E. Keller
Thomas E. Keller
Duncan & Cindy Campbell Professor, School of Social Work, Portland State University
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Midwest evaluation of the adult functioning of former foster youth: Outcomes at age 21. Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago
ME Courtney, A Dworsky, GR Cusick, J Havlicek, A Perez, T Keller
Chicago, IL, 2007
A model for the influence of mentoring relationships on youth development
JE Rhodes, R Spencer, TE Keller, B Liang, G Noam
Journal of community psychology 34 (6), 691-707, 2006
Developmental trajectories of disruptive behavior problems in preschool children of adolescent mothers
SJ Spieker, NC Larson, SM Lewis, TE Keller, L Gilchrist
Child development 70 (2), 443-458, 1999
Approaching the transition to adulthood: Distinctive profiles of adolescents aging out of the child welfare system
TE Keller, GR Cusick, ME Courtney
Social service review 81 (3), 453-484, 2007
A systemic model of the youth mentoring intervention
TE Keller
Journal of Primary Prevention 26 (2), 169-188, 2005
Trauma exposure and PTSD among older adolescents in foster care
AM Salazar, TE Keller, LK Gowen, ME Courtney
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 48 (4), 545-551, 2013
Prevalence and timing of diagnosable mental health, alcohol, and substance use problems among older adolescents in the child welfare system
TE Keller, AM Salazar, ME Courtney
Children and youth services review 32 (4), 626-634, 2010
Review of Three Recent Randomized Trials of School‐Based Mentoring and commentaries: Making Sense of Mixed Findings
ME Wheeler, TE Keller, DL DuBois
Social Policy Report 24 (3), 1-27, 2010
The stages and development of mentoring relationships
TE Keller
Handbook of youth mentoring 1, 82-99, 2005
Competencies and problem behaviors of children in family foster care: Variations by kinship placement status and race
TE Keller, K Wetherbee, NS Le Prohn, V Payne, K Sim, ER Lamont
Children and Youth Services Review 23 (12), 915-940, 2001
Foster parent and teacher assessments of youth in kinship and non-kinship foster care placements: are behaviors perceived differently across settings?
N Shore, KE Sim, NS Le Prohn, TE Keller
Children and Youth Services Review 24 (1-2), 109-134, 2002
Understanding social support’s role in the relationship between maltreatment and depression in youth with foster care experience
AM Salazar, TE Keller, ME Courtney
Child maltreatment 16 (2), 102-113, 2011
Parent figure transitions and delinquency and drug use among early adolescent children of substance abusers
TE Keller, RF Catalano, KP Haggerty, CB Fleming
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 28 (3), 399-427, 2002
Youth mentoring: Theoretical and methodological issues
TE Keller
The Blackwell handbook of mentoring: A multiple perspectives approach, 23-47, 2007
Patterns of risk and trajectories of preschool problem behaviors: A person-oriented analysis of attachment in context
TE Keller, SJ Spieker, L Gilchrist
Development and Psychopathology 17 (2), 349-384, 2005
Student debates in policy courses: Promoting policy practice skills and knowledge through active learning
TE Keller, JK Whittaker, TK Burke
Journal of Social Work Education 37 (2), 343-355, 2001
Mutual but unequal: Mentoring as a hybrid of familiar relationship roles
TE Keller, JM Pryce
New directions for youth development 2010 (126), 33-50, 2010
Social networks and mentoring
TE Keller, JE Blakeslee
Handbook of youth mentoring, 129-142, 2014
The theory of reasoned action as a model of marijuana use: tests of implicit assumptions and applicability to high-risk young women.
DM Morrison, S Golder, TE Keller, MR Gillmore
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 16 (3), 212, 2002
An investigation of volunteer‐student relationship trajectories within school‐based youth mentoring programs
J Pryce, TE Keller
Journal of Community Psychology 40 (2), 228-248, 2012
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