Terese GlatzTitle: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Law, Psychology and Social Work
Phone: +46 19 301205
About Terese Glatz
Terese Glatz is an Associate of Psychology. She defended her doctoral thesis in 2011 at Örebro University and after that, she did an international postdoc (financed by Vetenskapsrådet) at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, USA. Since 2018, she is hired as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Örebro University.
Terese research focus is parenting, parent-child relationships, and children's and adolescents' development. She has a specific focus on how parents think and perceive their own parenting role, what can influence their sense of competence as parents, and how this make them relate and behave towards their children. Another research area concerns violence and hostile interactions within the family environment.
Terese has a pedagogical lector position, which means that 50% of her time is spent on pedagogical development at the Psychology unit and at PIL. This assignment will take place between 2018 and 2020 and she will work with questions regarding higher education and research within this area. In addition to this, she also teaches psychology courses, mostly at an introductory level, as well as supervising student papers.
Collaboration and assignments
In addition to collaborations with researchers at Örebro university, Terese work with researchers at American and European universities. She also collaborates with professionals outside of the university. Right now, she is collaborating with social workers at Family centrals in the Örebro area in their work of supporting parents in their parenting role.
Articles in journals | Chapters in books | Conference papers | Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries | Manuscripts |
Articles in journals
Berggren, L. , Lindberg, L. , Glatz, T. & Skoog, T. (2020). A First Examination of the Role of International Child Development Programme in School Achievement. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research.
Glatz, T. & Trifan, T. A. (2019). Examination of Parental Self-Efficacy and Their Beliefs About the Outcomes of Their Parenting Practices. Journal of Family Issues, 40 (10), 1321-1345.
Glatz, T. , Lippold, M. , Jensen, T. , Fosco, G. & Feinberg, M. (2019). Hostile interactions in the family: Patterns and links to youth externalizing problems. Journal of Early Adolescence, 40 (1), 56-82.
Glatz, T. , Källström, Å. , Hellfeldt, K. & Thunberg, S. (2019). Physical Violence in Family Sub-Systems: Links to Peer Victimization and Long-Term Emotional and Behavioral Problems. Journal of family Violence, 34 (5), 423-433.
Tokic Milakovic, A. , Glatz, T. & Pecnik, N. (2018). How do parents facilitate or inhibit adolescent disclosure?: The role of adolescents' psycholoogical needs satisfaction. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 35 (8), 1118-1138.
Glatz, T. , Crowe, E. & Buchanan, C. (2018). Internet-specific parental self-efficacy: Developmental differences and links to Internet-specific mediation. Computers in human behavior, 84, 8-17.
Lippold, M. A. , Glatz, T. , Fosco, G. M. & Feinberg, M. E. (2018). Parental perceived control and social support: linkages to change in parenting behaviors during early adolescence. Family Process, 57 (2), 432-447.
Kiang, L. , Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2017). Acculturation Conflict, Cultural Parenting Self-Efficacy, and Perceived Parenting Competence in Asian American and Latino/a Families. Family Process, 56 (4), 943-961.
Glatz, T. , Cotter, A. & Buchanan, C. M. (2017). Adolescents' Behaviors as Moderators for the Link between Parental Self-Efficacy and Parenting Practices. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26 (4), 989-997.
Glatz, T. & Koning, I. M. (2016). The Outcomes of an Alcohol Prevention Program on Parents' Rule Setting and Self-efficacy: a Bidirectional Model. Prevention Science, 17 (3), 377-385.
Glatz, T. & Dahl, V. (2016). The role of family experiences for adolescents’ readiness to use and participate in illegal political activity. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 40 (1), 11-20.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2015). Change and predictors of change in parental self-efficacy from early to middle adolescence. Developmental Psychology, 51 (10), 1367-1379.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2015). Over-time associations among parental self-efficacy, promotive parenting practices, and adolescents' externalizing behaviors. Journal of family psychology, 29 (3), 427-437.
Koning, I. M. , van den Eijnden, R. J. , Glatz, T. & Vollebergh, W. A. (2013). Don't Worry! Parental Worries, Alcohol-Specific Parenting and Adolescents' Drinking. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37 (5), 1079-1088.
Glatz, T. & Stattin, H. (2013). Exploring parents' experiences and reactions to adolescents' hyperactivity, impulsivity, and attention problems. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75 (4), 1030-1043.
Glatz, T. , Stattin, H. & Kerr, M. (2012). A test of cognitive dissonance theory to explain parents' reactions to youths' alcohol intoxication. Family Relations, 61 (4), 629-641.
Glatz, T. , Stattin, H. & Kerr, M. (2011). Parents’ reactions to youths’ hyperactivity, impulsivity, and attention problems. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 39 (8), 1125-1135.
Chapters in books
Jonhed, A. L. & Glatz, T. (2019). Utsatthet för våld inom familjen. In: B. Johansson & Å. Källström, Barns och ungas utsatthet (pp. 21-46). Lund: Studentlitteratur AB.
Jonhed, A. L. , Källström, Å. & Glatz, T. (2018). Utmaningar i relationsbaserat arbete med barn och föräldrar som lever med våld i familjen. In: Bruhn, Anders & Källström, Åsa, Relationer i socialt arbete : I gränslandet mellan profession och person (pp. 138-153). . Liber.
Källström, Å. , Glatz, T. , Hellfeldt, K. & Thunberg, S. (2019). Physical Violence in Family Sub-Systems: Links to Peer Victimization and Long-Term Emotional and Behavioral Problems. Paper presented at 19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology (EuroCrim 2019), Ghent, Belgium, September 18-21, 2019.
Glatz, T. , Crowne, E. & Buchanan, C. (2016). Parents’ role in children’s Internet use. Paper presented at The SRCD Special Topic Meeting on Technology and Media in Children’s Development, Irvine, California, USA, October 27-30, 2016,.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2015). Change and Predictors of Change in Parental Self-Efficacy from Early to Middle Adolescence. Paper presented at The SRCD Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, March 19-21, 2015.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2014). Actor- and Partner-Effects among Mothers and Fathers’ Parental Self-efficacy, Marital Satisfaction, and Depressive Symptoms. Paper presented at The SRCD Special Topic Meeting on New Conceptualization in the Study of Parenting-at-risk, San Diego, USA, November 13-15, 2014.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2014). Change and Predictors of Change in Parental Self-Efficacy from Early to Middle Adolescence. Paper presented at 23rd Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD 2014), Shanghai, China, July 9-12, 2014.
Glatz, T. & Buchanan, C. M. (2014). Over-Time Associations Among Parental Self-Efficacy, Promotive Parenting Practices, and Adolescents’ Externalizing Behaviors. Paper presented at The SRA Biennial Meeting, Austin, USA, March 20-22, 2014.
Glatz, T. & Stattin, H. (2011). The influence of an older child’s problematic behavior on parents’ reactions to their younger child’s problematic behavior. Paper presented at The SRCD Biennial Meeting, Montreal, Canada, March 31 - April 2, 2011.
Glatz, T. , Stattin, H. & Kerr, M. (2010). Understanding why parents give up when they encounter problematic youth adjustment. Paper presented at 6th World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Theapies, Jun 2-5, 2010, Boston, MA (United States).
Glatz, T. , Stattin, H. & Kerr, M. (2010). Understanding Why Parents Give Up When They Encounter Problematic Youth Adjustment. Paper presented at 13th SRA Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, March 11-13, 2010.
Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries
Glatz, T. (2011). Parent's reactions to adolescents' problematic behaviors. (Doctoral dissertation). (Comprehensive summary) Örebro: Örebro universitet.
Glatz, T. , Stattin, H. & Kerr, M. A test of cognitive dissonance theory to explain parents’ reactions to youths’ alcohol intoxication.