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Neuroscience & Education Lab Publications

To explore more information on the Family Life Project findings, please visit our Google Scholar publications list.

Below are select publications that highlight the significance of our recent work.

Selected Publications

Burchinal M ... Vernon-Feagans L; the Family Life Project Investigators. School-entry skills predicting school-age academic and social-emotional trajectories. Early Child Res Q. 2020. DOI.

Oh Y, Greenberg MT, and Willoughby MT; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Examining longitudinal associations between externalizing and internalizing behavior problems at within-and between-child levels. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2020. DOI.

Reynolds E ... Vernon‐Feagans L; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Mothers' and fathers' mental state talk: Ethnicity, partner talk, and sensitivity. J Marriage Fam. 2020. DOI.

Daneri MP, Blair C, and Kuhn LJ; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Maternal language and child vocabulary mediate relations between socioeconomic status and executive function during early childhood. Child Dev. 2019. DOI.

Cramer T, Morris P, and Blair C; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Teacher reports of social-emotional development: Moving from measure to construct. Early Child Res Q. 2019. DOI.

Garrett-Peters PT ... Vernon-Feagans L. Early student (dis) engagement: Contributions of household chaos, parenting, and self-regulatory skillsAPA PsycNet. 2019. 55(7):1480–1492.

Reynolds E ... Baker CE; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Mothers’ and fathers’ language input from 6 to 36 months in rural two-parent-families: Relations to children’s kindergarten achievement. Early Child Res Q. 2019. DOI.

Perry RE ... Blair C; the Family Life Project Key Investigators. Developing a neurobehavioral animal model of poverty: Drawing cross-species connections between environments of scarcity-adversity, parenting quality, and infant outcome. Dev Psychopathol. 2018. DOI.