Professor Gillham's major research and clinical interests are at the intersection of clinical psychology, developmental psychology and education, particularly the ways in which schools can promote well-being in children and adolescents.
Chaplin, T.M., Gillham, J.E., Reivich, K., Elkon, A.G.L., Samuels, B., Freres, D.R., Winder, B. & Seligman, M.E.P. (2006). Depression prevention for early adolescent girls: A pilot study of all-girls versus co-ed groups. Journal of Early Adolescence, 26, 110-126.
Cohen, J., Marecek, J., & Gillham, J.E. (2006). Is three a crowd? Clients, Clinicians and Managed Care. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 76, 251-259.
Freres, D.R. & Gillham, J.E. (2006). The promotion of optimism and health. In M.E.Vollrath (Ed.) Handbook of Personality and Health. (pp. 314-335).West Sussex, UK: Wiley & Sons.
Gillham, J.E., Hamilton, J., Freres, D.R., Patton, K. & Gallop, R. (2006). Preventing depression among early adolescents in the primary care setting: A randomized controlled study of the Penn Resiliency Program. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.
Gillham, J.E., Putter, P., & Kash, V.M. (2006). The effects of sad mood on reports of parents’ caregiving behaviors. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment