Publications

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  • Kornbluh, M. & Neal, J.W.

    Social network analysis

    2015, Handbook of Methodological Approaches to Community-Based Research 207-218
  • Neal, J.W.

    Social aggression and social position in middle childhood and early adolescence: Burning bridges or building them?

    2010, Journal of Early Adolescence, 30: 122-137
  • Neal, J.W.

    Exploring empowerment in settings: Mapping distributions of network power.

    2014, American Journal of Community Psychology, 53: 394-406
  • Neal, J.W., & Christens, B.D.

    Linking the levels: Network and relational perspectives for community psychology.

    2014, American Journal of Community Psychology, 53: 314-323
  • Cappella, E., Kim, H.Y., Neal, J.W., & Jackson, D.

    Classroom peer relationships and academic engagement in elementary school: The role of social network equity.

    2013, American Journal of Community Psychology, 52: 367-379
  • Neal, J.W., Janulis, P., & Collins, C.

    Is community psychology too insular? A network analysis of journal citations.

    2013, Journal of Community Psychology, 41: 549-564
  • Cappella, E., Neal, J.W., & Sahu, N.

    Children’s agreement on classroom social networks: Cross-level predictors in urban elementary schools.

    2012, Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 58: 285-313
  • Burke, J., Hassmiller-Lich, K., Neal, J.W., Meissner, H., Yonas, M., & Mabry, P.

    Enhancing dissemination and implementation research using systems science methods.

    2015, International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 22: 283-291
  • Jackson, D.R., Cappella, E., & Neal, J.W.

    Aggression norms in the classroom social network: Contexts of aggressive behavior and social preference in middle childhood.

    2015, American Journal of Community Psychology, 56: 293-306
  • Cappella, E., & Neal, J.W.

    A classmate at your side: Classroom characteristics, peer victimization, and network connections in urban schools.

    2012, School Mental Health, 4: 81-94
  • Neal, J.W., Cappella, E., Wagner, C., & Atkins, M.S.

    Seeing eye to eye: Predicting teacher-student agreement on classroom social networks.

    2011, Social Development, 20: 376-393
  • Neal, J.W.

    Network ties and mean lies: A relational approach to relational aggression.

    2009, Journal of Community Psychology, 37: 737-753
  • Torrente, C., Cappella, E., & Neal, J.W.

    Children's positive school behaviors and social preference in urban elementary classrooms.

    2014, Journal of Community Psychology, 42: 143-161
  • Neal, J.W.

    Kracking the missing data problem: Applying Krackhardt’s cognitive social structures to school-based social network research.

    2008, Sociology of Education, 81: 140-162
  • Neal, J.W., Shernoff, E.S., Frazier, S.L., Stachowicz, E., Frangos, R., & Atkins, M.S.

    Change from within: Engaging teacher key opinion leaders in the diffusion of interventions in urban schools.

    2008, The Community Psychologist, 41: 53-57
  • Neal, J.W.

    Why social networks matter: A structural approach to the study of relational aggression in middle childhood and adolescence.

    2007, Child and Youth Care Forum, 36: 195-211
  • Kornbluh, M. & Neal, J.W.

    Examining the many dimensions of children’s popularity: Interactions between aggression, prosocial behavior, and gender.

    2016, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 33: 62-80
  • Neal, J.W.

    Phenomenon of interest, framework, or theory?: Building better explanations in community psychology.

    2016, Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, 7: 1-6
  • Kornbluh, M., Neal, J.W., & Ozer, E.J.

    Scaling up youth-led social justice efforts through an online school-based social network.

    2016, American Journal of Community Psychology, 57: 266-279
  • Shernoff, E.S., Frazier, S., Lora, A., Lakind, D., Atkins, M., Jakobsons, L., Hamre, B., Bhaumik, D., Katz, M., Neal, J.W., Patel, D., & Smylie, M.

    Expanding the role of school psychologists to support early career teachers: A mixed method study.

    2016, School Psychology Review, 45: 226-249
  • Neal, J.W., & Kornbluh, M.

    Using cognitive social structures to understand peer relations in childhood and adolescence.

    2016, Handbook of Systems Science 147-163
  • Neal, J.W., & Cappella, E.

    The bright side of positive perceptual bias: Children’s estimations of network centrality and aggression.

    2014, Aggressive Behavior, 40: 140-151
  • Neal, J.W., Neal, Z.P., Atkins, M.S., Henry, D.B., & Frazier, S.L.

    Channels of change: Contrasting network mechanisms in the use of interventions.

    2011, American Journal of Community Psychology, 47: 277-286
  • Neal, J.W., & Neal, Z.P.

    Power as a structural phenomenon

    2011, American Journal of Community Psychology, 48: 157-167
  • Neal, Z.P., & Neal, J.W.

    Network Analysis in Community Psychology: Looking Back, Looking Forward

    2017, American Journal of Community Psychology, 60: 279-295
  • Neal, J.W., Neal, Z.P., & Cappella, E.

    I know who my friends are, but do you? Predictors of self-reported and peer-inferred relationships.

    2014, Child Development, 85: 1366-1372
  • Neal, J.W., Durbin, C.E., Gornik, A.E., & Lo, S.L.

    Co-development of preschoolers’ temperament traits and social play networks over an entire school year.

    2017, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 113: 627-640
  • Neal, J.W., Neal, Z.P., VanDyke, E., & Kornbluh, M.

    Expediting the analysis of qualitative data in evaluation: A procedure for the rapid identification of themes from audio recordings (RITA).

    2015, American Journal of Evaluation, 36: 118-132
  • Neal, Z.P., & Neal, J.W.

    The public school as a public good: Direct and indirect pathways to community satisfaction

    2012, Journal of Urban Affairs, 34: 469-485
  • Neal, J.W. & Neal, Z.P.

    Nested or networked? Future directions for ecological systems theory

    2013, Social Development, 22: 722-737
  • Neal, J.W., & Neal, Z.P.

    The multiple meanings of peer groups in social cognitive mapping

    2013, Social Development, 22: 580-594
  • Neal, Z.P., & Neal, J.W.

    Opening the black box of social cognitive mapping

    2013, Social Development, 22: 604-608
  • Neal, Z.P., & Neal, J.W.

    The (in)compatibility of diversity and sense of community. American Journal of Community Psychology

    2014, American Journal of Community Psychology, 53: 1-12
  • Neal, J.W., Neal, Z.P., Kornbluh, M., Mills, K.J., & Lawlor J.A.

    Brokering the research-practice gap: A typology.

    2015, American Journal of Community Psychology, 3: 422-435
  • Neal, Z.P., Neal, J.W., Lawlor, J.A., & Mills, K.J.

    Small worlds or worlds apart? Using network theory to understand the research-practice gap.

    2015, Psychosocial Intervention, 24: 177-184
  • Neal, J.W., Neal, Z.P., & Cappella, E.

    Seeing and being seen: Predictors of accurate perceptions about classmates’ relationships.

    2016, Social Networks, 44: 1-8
  • Collins, C.R., Neal, Z.P., & Neal, J.W.

    Transforming social cohesion into informal social control: Deconstructing collective efficacy and the moderating role of neighborhood racial heterogeneity.

    2017, Journal of Urban Affairs, 39: 307-322
  • Neal, Z.P., Neal, J.W., Mills, K.J., & Lawlor, J.A.

    Making or buying evidence: Using transaction cost economics to understand decision-making in public school districts.

    2017, Evidence & Policy
  • Collins, C.R., Neal, J.W., & Neal, Z.P.

    Transforming individual level civic engagement into community collective efficacy: The role of bonding social capital.

    2014, American Journal of Community Psychology, 54: 328-336