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Viktor Burlaka

PhD Student. Social Work/Psychology - Clinical Graduate - 2015

Viktor Burlaka

Viktor Burlaka’s research focuses on developmental pathways to child alcohol use. His three-study dissertation explores associations between family factors, parenting, externalizing behavior problems, peer influences and increased alcohol use among Ukrainian children of 9-16 years of age. The first study examines parenting styles and their relationship with family systems and caregiver characteristics. The second study explores whether positive and negative parenting styles independently and together predict child aggression and delinquency. The third study assesses impact of child conduct problems, parent, peer and environmental factors on the frequency of child alcohol use.

Dissertation Title

Problem Alcohol Use in Ukrainian Children: Association with Family Factors, Peer Drinking and Child Externalizing Behavior Problems

Education

Year Degree   School
2011 MS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2003 MSW National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" School of Social Work, Ukraine
1995 EdS Kyiv State University of Linguistics, Ukraine

Websites

https://socialwork.wayne.edu/profile/gs4906

No courses found for Viktor Burlaka in the Fall 2021 term.

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