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Research interests center on the development, prevention, and treatment of aggressive behavior, particularly among children and adolescents. Boxer also is interested in applying normative models of aggressive behavior development to seriously emotionally disturbed populations of youth, and has expertise in the design of intervention programs for aggression in SED adolescents. Related interests include the psychosocial effects of exposure to violence, developmental psychopathology, and psychosocial risk/resilience in children. Boxer is particularly concerned with the ways in which developmental and clinical science can be integrated to improve prevention and treatment services for youth.