Research & Scholarship

Publications

2016

Deans, J., Liang, R., & Frydenberg, E. (2016). Giving voices and providing skills to families in culturally and linguistically diverse communities through a productive parenting program. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 41(1), 13-18.

Deans, J., Liang, R., Zapper, S., & Frydenberg, E. (2016) The Process of Socialisation and Embodiment of a Social Emotional Learning Program in an Early Years Setting:  COPE-R. University of Melbourne (unpublished manuscript).

2015

Cornell, C. (2015). The Relationship between Coping and Anxiety in Preschoolers: Does Situation and Anxiety Types Make a Difference? Unpublished Masters manuscript. Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Cornell, C., Dobee, P., Kaufman, D., Kiernan, N, & Frydenberg, E. (2015). COPE-R Program for Preschoolers: Teaching Empathy and Pro-Social Skills Through the Early Years Coping Cards. University of Melbourne (unpublished manuscript).

Dobee, P. (2015). Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perceptions of their Children’s Behaviours.

Unpublished Masters manuscript. Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Gulliford, H., Deans, J., Frydenberg, E., & Liang, R. (2015). Teaching Coping Skills in the Context of Positive Parenting Within a Preschool Setting. Australian Psychologist(3), 219. doi:10.1111/ap.12121

Kaufman, D. (2015). Promoting Empathy in Preschool Aged Children: Evaluation of the COPE-R Program. Unpublished Masters manuscript. Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Kiernan, N. (2015). The Relationship Between Coping, Stress and Mental Health in Preschoolers. Unpublished Masters manuscript. Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.

Pang, I., Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2015). The relationship between anxiety and coping in preschoolers. In P. Buchenwald & K. Moore (Eds.), Anxiety, stress & coping. (pp.27-26) Berlin: Verlag.

Thomson, S., Frydenberg, E., Deans, J., & Liang, R. P. T. (2015). Increasing Wellbeing through a Parenting Program: Role of Gender and Partnered Attendance. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 32(2), 120-141.

2014

Frydenberg, E., Deans, J., & Liang, R. (2014). Families Can Do Coping: Parenting skills in the early years. Children Australia, 39, 99-106.

Yeo, K., Frydenberg, E., Northam, E., & Deans, J. (2014). Coping with stress among preschool children and associations with anxiety level and controllability of situations. Australian Journal of Psychology, 66(2), 93-101.

2012

Deans, J., Frydenberg, E., & Liang, R. (2012) Building a shared language of coping: Dynamics of communication between parents and preschool children. New Zealand Research into Early Childhood Research Journal, 15, 67-89.

Frydenberg, E. , Deans, J. & O’Brien, K. (2012). Developing Everyday Coping Skills in the Early Years. London: Continuum.

2011

Chalmers, K., Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2011). An exploration into the coping strategies of preschoolers: Implications for professional practice. Children Australia, 36, 120–127.

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2011). Early Years Coping Cards. Melbourne: ACER Press.

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2011). Coping Competencies in the Early Years: Identifying the strategies that pre-schoolers use. In Buchenwald, P., & Moore, K. Proceedings of STAR Conference 2010. 17-26.

2010

Deans, J., Frydenberg, E., & Tsurutani, H. (2010). Operationalising social and emotional coping competencies in kindergarten children. NZ Research in ECE Journal, 13, 113-124.

Conference Proceedings (Refereed)

2015

Frydenberg, E., Deans, J., Pang, I.  & Guilford, H. (2015). Parents and children’s coping: building resilience and wellbeing. American Educational Research Association Conference April 16-21, Chicago. American Educational Research Association

Frydenberg, E., Thompson, S & Deans, J. (2015). Teaching coping skills to parents: Does gender and partner attendance make a difference. Stress Anxiety Research Society June 29-July 2 Tel-Aviv and Australian Psychological Society Conference Gold Coast September 29-October 2

2014

Liang, R. Deans, J & Frydenberg, E. (2014). Building Coping Capacities in the Early Years: A route to wellbeing. The International Conference on Positive Psychology & Wellbeing (CPPWb) in Suzhao, China – August 26-28

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2014) Stress Anxiety Research Society Conference – Cluj Romania ,July 2-4

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2014). Parents and children’s coping: building resilience and wellbeing.  International Congress of Applied Psychology – Paris, July 10-14.

2013

Yeo, K., Frydenberg, E., Northam, E., & Deans, J. (2013). Structure of coping in the early years and its relationship to anxiety level and controllability of situation. 35th Annual Stress Anxiety Research Society Conference, Faro, Portugal July 2-4

2012

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2012). Building a shared language of coping: Dynamics of Communication between parents and preschool children. Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Perth September 28-October 1.

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2012). Building a shared language of coping: Dynamics of Communication between parents and preschool children. Stress Anxiety Research Society Conference, Majorca, July 2-4.

2011

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. & O’Brien, K. (2011). Developing everyday coping skills in the early years: Proactive strategies for supporting social and emotional development. ICW World Forum for Child Welfare. Melbourne 18-21 October.

2010

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2010). Coping competencies in the early years: Identifying the strategies that pre-schoolers use. International Congress of Applied Psychology, Melbourne, July 12-16.

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2010).Coping competencies in the early years: Identifying the strategies that pre-schoolers use. 32nd Annual Stress Anxiety Research Society Conference. Galway: August 4-6.

2009

Frydenberg, E. & Deans, J. (2009) Coping in the early years: Developing tools for measurement and intervention. Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Darwin, September 30-October 4.