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Society for Research in Child Development
2013 Biennial Meeting
April 18-20, 2013
Pre-conferences: April 17
Complete Program Schedule

Washington State Convention Center
& Sheraton Seattle Hotel
Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

CONTENTS
Event Numbers (0-000). The first number begins with P on Wednesday--the preconference event
day--and each session is assigned a sequential number (P-001, P-002, etc.) for that day.
Thursday's event number begins with 1, and each session is assigned a sequential number (1-001,
1-002, etc.) for that day. Friday sessions begin with 2, and Saturday sessions begin with 3. Missing
numbers represent sessions that have been cancelled or posters that were withdrawn.
Welcome Messages ..................................................................................................................... 3
Wednesday ................................................................................................................................... 7
Thursday ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Friday ........................................................................................................................................ 126
Saturday ................................................................................................................................... 232
Author Index ............................................................................................................................. 359
Subject Index ........................................................................................................................... 523
On-Site Information ................................................................................................................. 539

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Welcome From the President
Dear Attendees,
Welcome to Seattle for the 2013 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child
Development!
Our program co-chairs, Judy Garber and Sandra Graham, have assembled a wonderful and
innovative program that reflects the growing edges of our science, along with the strategic goals of
SRCD.
One strong theme you will notice at this meeting is the globalization of developmental science.
There is a preconference and related symposium during the meeting on “Interventions for
“Children and Youth in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: New Opportunities and Challenges for
Developmental Science” – presented by a stellar international team of organizers and presenters,
with support from the Jacobs Foundation as well as the International Affairs Committee of SRCD.
There is an invited symposium on “Adaptive and Maladaptive Pathways of Immigrant Children and
Youth,” organized by Cabrera and Motti-Stefanidi, featuring leading international scholars focused
on this issue of vital concern to the economic and psychological well-being of many stakeholders
around the world. There is an international symposium on bullying focused on intervention science
in diverse regions of the world, organized by Finnish scholar Salmivalli. Cynthia Garcia Coll will
discuss the Immigrant Paradox in her invited presentation on ways that globalization, diversity, and
migration are changing child development in North America. An invited symposium chaired by
Weisner examines diverse pathways of development from multicultural as well as multidisciplinary
perspectives. In my presidential address on Friday, I will highlight global perspectives on resilience,
what we know and need to know in a world where millions of children face potentially life-altering
adversities every day.
Another important theme infusing this meeting is the “multiple levels” approach, focused on
processes that span levels of analysis and species, engage multiple disciplines, and give important
new traction to the goal of understanding dynamic processes that shape development, from the
molecular level to neural function to social ecology. Cicchetti’s invited address presents multiplelevel data to elucidate processes of risk and resilience in child maltreatment. Numerous other
papers at the meeting will present the latest findings on epigenetic processes, gene by intervention
designs, biological imbedding, differential susceptibility, ethnic identity, and many other forms of
interplay by which processes linking genes, brains, behaviors, social behavior, culture, and many
other levels of organisms and experience interact to shape development.
The synergy that emerges when scientists transcend the traditional divides of bench and bedside,
lab and classroom, or basic and applied goals is evident throughout this meeting. Presentations
delineate efforts to prevent autistic spectrum disorder, protect brain development, or promote
social justice and opportunities for positive development, with the understanding that translational
approaches often yield better science as well as improvements in the lives of children.

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agenda that meets their professional development needs.
Reception and Poster Session to follow.

Wednesday, April 17
(Event P-001) SRCD Pre-Conference
Metropolitan Ballroom (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd
Floor )
Wednesday, 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

(Event P-004) SRCD Pre-Conference
Willow AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor )
Wednesday, 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

P-001. Interventions for Children & Youth in
Low- and Middle-Income Countries

P-004. The Edward Zigler Policy Preconference: The First Thousand Days—
Setting the Foundation

You must be registered to attend this pre-conference.
This day-long pre-conference event will provide a
platform for formal and informal exchange between
diverse groups of scholars and practitioners, as well as
ample opportunity to learn from others’ experiences doing
developmental research and interventions in low- and
middle-income countries. Using a mix of panels and
breakout groups, the day will be structured along three
central themes: (1) opportunities and strength-based
strategies to promote healthy child and youth
development in the context of threats, risks, and
constraints to development in low- and middle-income
countries; (2) the process of design, implementation, and
evaluation of developmental interventions in low- and
middle-income countries; (3) concepts, methods, and
other challenges of cross-disciplinary/professional, crosscultural/national research and collaboration. These
themes will be developed further through the use of
targeted, high-quality case studies of intervention
research from low- and middle-income countries.

You must be registered to attend this pre-conference.
The Edward Zigler Policy Pre-conference honors the
contributions of Edward Zigler in bridging research and
policy. This year’s preconference will focus on what we
know about how the first thousand days of life are critical
to setting a foundation for healthy development. Megan
Gunnar and Gary Evans will provide the keynote
addresses. Megan Gunnar is the Regents Professor,
Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Director of
the Institute of Child Development, and Child Psychology
Department Chair at the University of Minnesota. Gary
Evans is the Elizabeth Lee Vincent Professor within the
Department of Design and Environmental Analysis and
the Department of Human Development at Cornell
University. Commentaries will be provided by discussants
from different perspectives, and breakout discussion
sessions will be facilitated by leaders in the field.
Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will also be served.
Students and early career professionals are encouraged
to attend! This preconference is co-sponsored by the
University-Based Child and Family Policy Consortium,
SRCD’s Student and Early Career Council, and SRCD’s
Committee for Policy and Communications.

(Event P-003) SRCD Pre-Conference
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Wednesday, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

P-003. 2013 Developmental Science
Teaching Institute
You must be registered to attend this pre-conference.
The SRCD Developmental Science Teaching Institute is
designed for teachers of developmental courses at all
levels who wish to develop strategies for engaging
students, to explore new ideas, to update their knowledge
base, and to share ideas and perspectives with likeminded professionals. To accomplish these goals and
encompass broad areas of interest for beginning to
advanced teachers of developmental science, the
Institute provides two plenary sessions, a variety of
breakout sessions, a poster session, and opportunities for
interaction in order to share ideas among participants.
The diverse presentation formats allow occasions for
informal exchange and enable participants to select an

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Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-003) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-001) Paper Session
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-003. Memory Development: More than
memory!

1-001. Activity Participation and Adjustment
in Youth

Chair: Matthias Kliegel

Chair: Bonnie L. Barber
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Binge Drinking Trajectories in Australian Youth: The
Roles of Sport and Activity Participation
Bonnie Barber, Kathryn Modecki, Corey Blomfield
Neira
Effects of After School Program Participation on
Mental Health and Substance Use among
Adolescents from 18 Public High Schools in Boston
Raehyuck Lee, HaeNim Lee
SPARK for Learning: Supporting the SocialEmotional Well-being of Children through Daily
Physical Exercise
Emma Climie, Michelle Deen
Predicting School Climate from Different Types of
Civic Engagement
Holly Wegman

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Developmental trends in working memory tasks: The
influence of processing speed and of inhibition
Anik de Ribaupierre, Nathalie Mella

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Development of metacognitive monitoring processes:
Influence of media complexity
Elisabeth Neudecker, Nicole von der Linden,
Wolfgang Schneider

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The role of cognitive monitoring in children's
remembering
Caitlin Mahy, Louis Moses

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Prospective memory development: The role of
executive control and memory processes
Matthias Kliegel, Voigt Babett

(Event 1-004) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-002) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-004. The Development of Hostile
Attribution Biases and Peer Victimization
Chair: Jamie M. Ostrov

1-002. Attachment in the Brain
Chair: Madelon Riem
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Adult Attachment Representations Predict Amygdala
and Behavioral Responses to Infant Crying
Madelon Riem, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg,
Marinus van IJzendoorn, Dorothée Out, Serge
Rombouts
Maternal Neural Responses to Auditory and Visual
Infant Distress Cues Relate to Infant Attachment
Behaviors
Heidemarie Laurent, Jennifer Ablow

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Neural and Developmental Markers of Attachment
Security
Lane Beckes, James Coan, Joseph Allen, Madelon
Riem

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Adult Attachment Predicts Maternal Brain and
Oxytocin Response to Infant Cues.
Lane Strathearn

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Hostile Attribution Biases for Relational Provocation
and Future Relational Victimization: A Short-Term
Longitudinal Study in Early Childhood
Kimberly Kamper, Stephanie Godleski, Emily Hart,
Jamie Ostrov

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Predicting Victimization and Aggression with Hostile
Intent Attributions and Emotional Distress: The Utility
of Parent Perceptions
David Nelson, Christine Cramer, Sarah Coyne,
Joseph Olsen

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Longitudinal Associations between Hostile Attribution
Bias and Peer Victimization: The Moderating Roles
of Autonomic Reactivity to Stress and Gender
Clio Pitula, Dianna Murray-Close, Wan-Ling Tseng,
Adrienne Banny, Nicki Crick
(continued)

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Associations among Relational Victimization, Hostile
Attribution Bias, and Conflict Resolution Skills: The
Moderating Role of Physiological Reactivity to Social
Stress
Erin Shoulberg, Nicole Lafko, Caitlin Wagner, Dianna
Murray-Close

(Event 1-007) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-005) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-007. Eliciting Honesty from Children
Chair: Lindsay E. Wandrey
Discussant: Gail S. Goodman

1-005. Development of Anthropomorphism
Chair: Deniz Tahiroglu
Discussant: Paul Bloom
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The Role of Pretense and Anthropomorphism in
Children's Attributions of Life-Like Characteristics to
Robots
Rachel Severson
The Relations Between Anthropomorphism, Theory
of Mind and Role Play
Deniz Tahiroglu, Marjorie Taylor
Teleological and Animistic Beliefs About the Natural
World: Conceptions of Nature in Children and
Professional Scientists
Deborah Kelemen, Joshua Rottman, Rebecca
Seston

The Role of Parents in Children's Disclosures
Elizabeth Rush, Lindsay Wandrey, Jodi Quas,
Thomas Lyon

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The Effects of the Putative Confession on 9-12-yearold Maltreated and Non-maltreated Children's
Transgression Disclosures
Angela Evans, Elizabeth Ahern, Thomas Lyon

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Evaluating Children's Honesty: The Effects of
Increasing Cognitive Load on Children's True and
False Reports
Victoria Talwar, Shanna Williams, Kevin Colwell

1-008. Community Violence and War
Chair: J. Lawrence Aber

1-006. Long-term contributions of
childhood ADHD symptoms to early
adulthood outcomes: Delinquency, nonsuicidal self-injurious outcomes and
suicide attempts

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Does Autonomic Functioning Moderate the Relation
between Community Violence Exposure and
Children's Anxiety Symptoms?
Jessie Cline, Lindsey Bruett, Darcy Burgers,
Deborah Drabick

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Ten-year Outcomes of Childhood Hyperactivity in a
Female Sample: Predictors and Mediators of NSSI
and Suicide Attempts
Erika Swanson, Stephen Hinshaw

Shattered Schools? Student Achievement, Social
Disorder and Violent Crime in School Neighborhoods
Jondou Chen, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

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Cognitive Impulsivity and Delinquency from Late
Childhood to Early Adulthood: Moderating Effects of
Parenting Behavior and Peer Relationships
Pol van Lier, Barbara Menting, Hans Koot, Dustin
Pardini, Rolf Loeber

Social disorder in the wake of war: the post-conflict
social environment and externalizing behaviors
among war-affected youth
Theresa Betancourt, Ryan McBain, Elizabeth
Newnham, Robert Brennan



Impact of Violent Ethno-Religious Conflict on
Secondary School Educational Outcomes in Jos
Metropolis of Plateau State
Beatrice Bahago, Grace Ohunene Momoh

Chair: Sylvana M. Côté
Discussant: Stephen P. Hinshaw

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(Event 1-008) Paper Session
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-006) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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Childhood Hyperactivity and Criminality: A 19 Year
Prospective Population-Based Study
Jean-Baptiste Pingault, Sylvana Côté, Eric Lacourse,
Cédric Galéra, Frank Vitaro, Richard Tremblay

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(Event 1-009) Paper Session
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-011) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-009. Family Systems and Children's
Behavioral Development

1-011. Children's Learning Across Different
Cultural Contexts

Chair: Kaitlyn A. Ferris

Chair: Eva E. Chen

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Family Meals and Adolescent Problem Behavior:
Opportunities for Teen Self-disclosure and Parent
Solicitation
Kaitlyn Ferris, Philip Lemaster, Aaron Metzger

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Children's inference and retention of trait information
across two cultures
Eva Chen, Kathleen Corriveau, Paul Harris,
Mahzarin Banaji

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FAMILY PREDICTORS OF CHILD BEHAVIOR
PROBLEMS: OVERTIME INFLUENCE OF
MOTHERS' MARITAL SATISFACTION, MATERNAL
SENSITIVITY, HARMONIOUS FAMILY
INTERACTION AT DINNER
Yeonsoo Yoo, JoAnn Robinson

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The influence of culture and parenting on children's
deference to others: Evidence from South Korea
Elizabeth Kim, Hyun-joo Song, Paul Harris, Kathleen
Corriveau

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The role of conformity and culture in the imitation of
questionable actions
Cara DiYanni, Deniela Nini, Jad Nasrini, Katelyn
Kurkul, Kathleen Corriveau

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Monoethnic and multiethnic children: How ethnic
identity saliency affects learning preferences
Sarah Gaither, Eva Chen, Kathleen Corriveau, Paul
Harris, Nalini Ambady, Samuel Sommers

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Children's Social Competence as the Outcome of
Interdependence among Family Subsystems
Hana Yoo, Xin Feng

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Using Latent Class Analysis to Identify Family
Typologies and Explore Variation in Children's
Behavior Problems
Amanda Roy, Jessica Burdick, C. Cybele Raver,
Jossy Joute

(Event 1-012) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-010) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-012. Chaotic Environments and LowIncome Children's Self-Regulation:
Converging Evidence for a Model of
Experiential Canalization

1-010. Peer-Based Racial/Ethnic
Discrimination in Intimate Settings
Chair: Sara Douglass
Discussant: Ronald Taylor
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Perceived Within-Group Discrimination among Black
College Students
Joanna Williams, Myles Durkee

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Mexican-Origin Adolescents' Peer Ethnic
Discrimination and its Relation to Long-Term
Adjustment: Examining Risk and Resilience
Melissa Delgado, Rajni Nair, Kimberly Updegraff,
Adriana Umana-Taylor

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Racial/Ethnic Teasing and Anxiety in Adolescents: A
Person-by-Context Approach
Sara Douglass, Tiffany Yip

Chair: C. Cybele Raver
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Cumulative Experience of Poverty and Child Stress
Physiology: Evidence for Experiential Canalization?
Clancy Blair, Douglas Granger

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The Experiential Canalization of Emotion Regulation:
Testing the Roles of Interparental Conflict and
Violence From 7 to 58 Months.
C. Cybele Raver, Clancy Blair, Patricia GarrettPeters, Martha Cox, Hanna Gustafsson

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Household Chaos and Children's Cognitive and
Socio-Emotional Development in Early Childhood:
Does Childcare Play a Buffering Role?
Daniel Berry
(continued)

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Chronic Exposure to Neighborhood Violence and
Low-Income, Urban Children's Selective Attention to
Emotional Stimuli
Dana McCoy, C. Cybele Raver, Patrick Sharkey,
Alexandra Ursache, Jessica Burdick

(Event 1-015) Paper Session
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-015. Callous-Unemotional Traits:
Assessment, Adjustment, and Intervention
in Preschool-Age Children and Gender
Differences in Adolescents

(Event 1-013) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Sara R. Nichols
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Developmental Components of Low Concern as
Facets of Preschool Disruptive Behavior: Disregard
for Others' Distress and Resistance to Discipline
Sara Nichols, Lauren Wakschlag, Margaret BriggsGowan, Joel Voss

Moderator: Gail M. Ferguson
Panelists: Marc Bornstein, Jacqueline Nguyen,
Radosveta Dimitrova

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Impact of Callous-Unemotional Traits on
Preschoolers' School Readiness and SocialEmotional Functioning
Paulo Graziano, Janine Slavec, Sarah Haas, Katie
Hart, Daniel Waschbusch, William Pelham

(Event 1-014) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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Parent Training Effect on Pre-Kindergarten Conduct
Problems:Changing Children's Effortful Control and
Callous-Unemotional Traits
Yoel Elizur, Lior Somech

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Testing Gender-Differentiated Models of
Delinquency: Trauma Exposure, CU Traits,
Borderline Features, and Youth Offending
Patricia Kerig, Diana Bennett, Erin Kaufman, Brian
Baucom

1-013. The Multi-Layered Nature of Youth
Acculturation and Adaptation in Plural
Societies: Key Questions for Research and
Practice

1-014. Kindergarteners Now versus Then:
Educational Experiences and Outcomes
Today and 10 Years Ago
Chair: Daniel Potter
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Preparing or Procrastinating in Pre-K and
Kindergarten: Implications of the Education and Care
Arrangements of Children the Year Before and
During Kindergarten for School Readiness and Gains
Kristin Flanagan, Amy Rathbun

(Event 1-016) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Risk and Resiliency in an Age of Uncertainty and
Accountability: Children's Socioemotional Well-being
at the Beginning of Kindergarten
Jodi Chernoff, Daniel Potter

1-016. Explaining and Encouraging Healthy
Eating in Young Children
Chair: Sarah Gripshover

Growing Gaps or Diminishing Disparities? Children's
Reading and Mathematics Skills in Kindergarten,
Class of 1998 versus Class of 2010
Jeremy Redford, Cameron McPhee
"Shall Reading and Writing be taught in
Kindergarten?" The Changing Face of Kindergarten
Curriculum in a Culture of Academic Accountability
Jill Walston, Jennell McHugh

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Parental Strategies Used to Encourage Vegetable
Consumption in Native Hawaiian Families
Brandy Frazier, Kayla Abing, Julie Lumeng

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Mother-Child Conversations About Eating Healthy
and Unhealthy Foods
Lakshmi Raman

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Theory Change as a Health Intervention Tool for
Young Children
Sarah Gripshover, Ellen Markman
(continued)

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"Think Biology" in Nutrition Education: Chinese
Children's Conceptual and Behavioral Change
Terry Au, Olive Woo

(Event 1-017) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Substance Use Risk and Sensation-Seeking:
Implications for Risk-Taking Behavior in MexicanOrigin Adolescents
Sarah Ruiz, Clinton Lee, Richard Robins, Amanda
Guyer

(Event 1-019) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-017. The Role of School-Wide Social
Norms During Adolescent Development

1-019. The Future of EEG Methods With
Developing Populations

Chair: Alicia D. Lynch
Discussant: Thomas J. Dishion

Moderator: Vincent M. Reid
Panelists: Stefanie Hoehl, Greg Reynolds, Peter
Marshall, Eugenio Parise

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Parent, Friend, and School-Mate Social Norms and
Adolescent Alcohol Use
Rebekah Coley, Alicia Lynch, James Mahalik, Caitlin
Lombardi, Jacqueline Sims

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The Role of School-Wide Social Norms in Individual
Academic Achievement and School Engagement
Alicia Lynch, Tama Leventhal

(Event 1-020) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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Peer Norm Salience for Achievement and Behavior:
Implications for Adolescent School Experiences
Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Scott Gest

1-020. Beyond a Sole Focus on Child
Outcomes: Clarifying a Conceptual
Framework for Early Care and Education
Quality Improvement Initiatives
Moderator: Kathryn Tout
Panelists: Martha Zaslow, Marcy Whitebook,
Kimberly Boller, Ivelisse Martinez-Beck

(Event 1-018) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-018. A Longitudinal, Multi-Method
Approach to Behavioral, Interpersonal, &
Environmental Effects on Mexican-Origin
Youth's Development

(Event 1-021) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-021. Domain-general and Domain-specific
Associations of the Classroom Assessment
Scoring System to Children's Development
From Preschool to Fifth Grade

Chair: Maciel M. Hernández
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A Study of the Academic Success of Mexican-Origin
Children: An Examination of School Belonging,
Migration History, and SES
Maciel M. Hernández, Rand Conger, Keith Widaman,
Richard Robins, Gary Stockdale

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Family Resilience During the Great Recession:
Social Support, Family Processes, and the
Development of Mexican-Origin Children
Zoe Taylor, Rand Conger, Keith Widaman, Richard
Robins

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Observed Parenting and Parent Personality Predict
Adolescent Personality Development in a Mexican
American Sample
Thomas Schofield, Richard Robins, Rand Conger

Chair: Bridget E. Hatfield
Discussant: Edward Seidman
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Evidence for General and Domain Specific Elements
of Teacher-Child Interactions: Associations with
Preschool Children's Development
Bridget Hamre, Bridget Hatfield
(continued)

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A Bifactor model of the CLASS: Associations with
Children's Sense of Relatedness and Teachers'
Approaches to Managing Behavior and Learning
Rebecca Madill, Scott Gest, Philip Rodkin

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Reconceptualizing the CLASS Framework in
Elementary Schools: Domain-specific Links to
Teacher and Child Outcomes
Stephanie Jones, Joshua Brown, J. Lawrence Aber

of the New Teacher Project,
Education Resource Strategies
and the Center for Community
College Student Engagement.
He recently served on the STEM
working group of the President's
Council of Advisors on Science
and Technology and on the
Carnegie Corporation--Institute
for Advanced Study Commission
on Mathematics and Science Education. He served
on the AACC 21st -Century Commission on the
Future of Community Colleges and serves on the
AACC Implementation Team. Uri was named a
MacArthur Fellow in 1992 for his work on nurturing
minority student high achievement in college
mathematics and 2006 Scientist of the Year by the
Harvard Foundation of Harvard University for his
outstanding contributions to mathematics.

(Event 1-022) Invited Address
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-022. Leveraging Knowledge from the
Developmental Sciences for Improving
Modern STEM Education
Speaker: Philip U. Treisman
Chair: Richard M. Lerner
Abstract: Compelling economic forecasts indicate
that our country will need to produce, over the next
decade, one million more college graduates in
science, technology, engineering and mathematics
(STEM) fields of study. Furthermore, there is
increasingly broad recognition among STEM
thought leaders that the health of their disciplines
depends on developing a next generation of STEM
professionals that reflects the full diversity of our
society. The federal government, the President's
Council of Advisors on Science and Technology,
major foundations, and professional organizations
are calling for, or are creating, major initiatives to
ensure our future STEM capabilities. What do the
architects of these programs and initiatives need
from the developmental sciences? What is known,
but not applied? What questions about the
development of student agency, commitment to
learning, productive and healthful disciplinary and
pro-social behaviors need to be pursued if we are to
increase the likelihood of success in STEM
education? And finally, as the use of large-scale
psychological interventions grounded in the
developmental sciences increases, what ethical
safeguards should be in place, and by whom should
they be developed?

(Event 1-023) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-023. The Development of Disruptive
Behavior Problems in Very Young Children
Chair: Raymond Baillargeon
Discussant: Alice S. Carter

Biography: Philip "Uri" Treisman is professor of
mathematics and of public affairs at The University
of Texas at Austin, where he is the founder and
director of the University's Charles A. Dana Center.
He is a senior advisor to the Aspen Institute's Urban
Superintendents' Network and serves on the boards

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Infants at Risk for Developing Aggressive Behaviour:
Transitions in Contentious Behaviour Over Infancy
Oliver Perra, Dale Hay



Continuities in Dimensions of Disruptive Behavior
Problems Over the First two Years of Life
Jonathan Hill, Helen Sharp, Andrew Pickles



Prosocial Behavior and the Development of
Disruptive Behavior Problems During Toddlerhood: A
Prospective Population-Based Cohort Study
Raymond Baillargeon

(Event 1-024) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-026) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-024. Empirically-supported Internet-based
child caregiver support interventions:
Meeting parents and caregivers where they
live

1-026. Family Matters: Parents, Youth, and
Antisocial Behavior
Chair: Caitlin Cavanagh
Discussant: Sarah Lindstrom Johnson

Chair: Ed Feil
Discussant: Judith J. Carta
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Effects of a Web-Based Professional Development
Program on Child Care Providers of Infants
Kathleen Baggett, Betsy Davis, Julie Rusby
Remotely delivered home-visiting for mothers of
infants via the Internet: Social networking, usage and
preliminary outcomes
Susan Landry, Betsy Davis, Kathleen Baggett, Ed
Feil
Web-based depression intervention tailored for lowincome mothers of preschoolers: Mom-Net
Betsy Davis, Ed Feil

Transactional Patterns of Maternal Depressive
Symptoms and Mother-Child Interactions in Adoptive
Families: The Added Value of Observational Secondby-Second Coding
Caroline Roben, Ginger Moore, Pamela Cole, Peter
Molenaar, Leslie Leve, Daniel Shaw, David Reiss,
Jenae Neiderhiser



Mothers' and Sons' Attitudes Toward the Justice
System and Implications for Delinquency
Caitlin Cavanagh



Caregiver Attachment and Children's Food
Consumption: Emotion Regulation and Family
Routines as Mediators

Kelly Bost, Angela Wiley, Barbara Fiese, Amber
Hammons, Brent McBride

Coordinated Interpersonal Timing in 9-month Olds at
High and Low Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
and Their Mothers
Jessie Northrup, Jana Iverson



Intergenerational Coherence Between Parent and
Adolescent Drinking Motives and the Relation to
Adolescent Alcohol Use and Problems
Suzanne Mares

Chair: Kelly Purtell

Chair: Jessie B. Northrup
Discussant: Ruth Feldman

Mothers' Responsiveness and Child Development: A
Focus on Mother-Infant Interactions in Low-Income,
Ethnically Diverse Families
Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Lisa Tafuro, Yana
Kuchirko, Lulu Song, Ronit Kahana-Kalman



1-027. Unhealthy Eating Among
Children:Understanding Predictors,
Consequences, and Targets for
Intervention

1-025. The Value of Micro-Analysis of
Parent-Infant Interactions to Understanding
Development in At-Risk Populations



The Effects of Parenting Behavior and Parental
Influence on Adolescents' Risk Behavior
Emily Cook

(Event 1-027) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-025) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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

Child Temperament, Gender, Home Environment,
and Stress-Eating Behavior in Low-income
Preschoolers
Alison Miller, Niko Kaciroti, Sophie Chen, Katherine
Rosenblum, Karen Peterson, Delia Vazquez, Julie
Lumeng



This is Your Brain on Fast Food: Fast Food
Consumption Predicts Slower Academic Growth in
Late Childhood
Kelly Purtell, Elizabeth Gershoff
(continued)

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Household Routines and Nutrition in Early
Childhood: An Entry Way to Building Family
Strengths
Barbara Fiese, Amber Hammons, Kelly Bost, Angela
Wiley



How Affective Contexts Influence Adolescent
Decision-Making: Insights from Neuroimaging
Adriana Galvan



Neural Correlates of Expected Risks and Returns in
Children's, Adolescents' and Adults' Risky Choice
Anna van Duijvenvoorde, Hilde Huizenga, Leah
Somerville, Alisa Powers, Wouter Weeda, Mauricio
Delgado, Betty J Casey, Elke Weber, Bernd Figner

(Event 1-028) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-028. Cyber-Aggression and Victimization:
Methodological Advancements,
International Research, and Next Steps in
Understanding

(Event 1-030) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-030. SES, Child Health and Well-Being
Across Contexts and Developmental
Stages

Chair: Michelle Wright
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

Is social network centrality related to (cyber)bullying
and (cyber)victimization? Parallel process growth
model analyses
Sonja Perren, Sabrina Ruggieri, Fabio Sticca,
Françoise Alsaker

Chair: Gary Evans
Discussant: Gary Evans

Self-Other Discrepancies in Reports of
Cyberaggression and Cybervictimization
Cigdem Topcu, Noel Card, Sheri Bauman, Daniel
Erickson
Motivations for Cyber Bullying: A Longitudinal and
Multi-Perspective Inquiry
Faye Mishna
Response Decision Processes for Face-to-face
Versus Cyber Aggression and the Longitudinal
Association to Aggressive Behaviors among
Adolescents
Michelle Wright

(Event 1-029) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-029. When is Adolescent Decision-Making
Risky and Why? Evidence from Behavioral
and Neuroimaging Studies
Chair: Elizabeth P. Shulman
Discussant: Laurence Steinberg


Deciding in the Dark: Age Differences in Intuitive
Risk Judgment
Elizabeth Shulman, Elizabeth Cauffman

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

Evidence for Impaired Self-regulation Among Low
Income Infants
Ariel Hart, Jill Hsia, Daniel Lewis



Health Status, Access and Satisfaction in LowIncome, Ethnically Diverse Preschoolers: Links with
School Readiness and Performance
Deepti Gupta, Emily Doll, Adam Winsler



Exposure to Maternal Depression during Early
Childhood and Risk for Childhood Obesity
Chad Henry, Stephanie Sitnick, Daniel Shaw,
Thomas Dishion, Melvin Wilson



Impact of Neighborhood Food Retail on
Internalization of Early Adolescent Nutritional
Practices
Leighann Starkey



SES Predicts the Relationship between Physical
Activity and Academic Achievement
Rachel Manes

(Event 1-031) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-031. New Directions in Research on
Parents' Involvement in Children's
Education



Relative Utility of the Allostatic Load and Adaptive
Calibration Models for Explaining Child and
Adolescent Development
Elizabeth Shirtcliff, Stacy Drury, Katherine Theall



An Overview of Current Theoretical Frameworks on
Stress and Disease
Megan Gunnar, Camelia Hostinar

Chair: Eva Pomerantz




Social Capital and Precursors to Immigrant Family
Educational Involvement: Potential Pathways to
Educational Success for Students of Immigrant
Families?
Sandra Tang, Eric Dearing

Beyond Level of Parental Involvement: Parents'
Reasons for Involvement Also Matter
Amanda Mikedis, Wendy Grolnick

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

1-033. An Integrated Approach to Moral
Development: Cognitive, Affective and
Neural Foundations

Parental Beliefs about Children's Math and Reading
Ability Predict Self-Reported Parenting Behavior
Katherine Muenks, David Miele, Meredith Rowe,
Geetha Ramani

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(Event 1-033) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Miriam H. Beauchamp
Discussant: Richard E. Tremblay


Race, Class, and Parental Involvement in Education
at School Entry
Daphne Henry, Portia Miller, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

The Role of Executive Function in the Development
of Moral and Social Conventional Judgments
Ayelet Lahat, Michaela Gummerum, Lorna Mackay,
Yaniv Hanoch



Family Educational Involvement and Child
Achievement across American-born Whites,
Minorities, & Immigrants
Erin McDonald, Eric Dearing

Exploring the Cognitive and Affective Predictors of
Moral Reasoning in Adolescence Using the So-Moral
Task
Miriam Beauchamp, Julian Dooley



The Role of Sympathy in the Development of Moral
Emotion Attributions and Moral Reasoning: A Largescale, Longitudinal Study
Ella Daniel, Tina Malti, Marlis Buchmann

Can Parents' Involvement in Children's Education
Offset the Effects of Early Insensitivity on Academic
Adjustment?
Jennifer Monti, Eva Pomerantz, Glenn Roisman

(Event 1-034) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-032) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-034. Development of Face Processing:
Role of Dynamic vs. Static Information

1-032. The Developmental Effects of Early
Life Stress: A Comparison of the Adaptive
Calibration and Allostatic Load Models

Chair: Kang Lee


Emotional Expressions Affect Face Recognition at
Birth
Francesca Simion, Irene Leo, Valentina Angeli



Dynamic Faces Win: The Role of Facial Movement in
Face Processing Development in Infancy
Naiqi Xiao, Shaoying Liu, Paul Quinn, Liezhong Ge,
Olivier Pascalis, Kang Lee
(continued)

Chair: Bruce Ellis


The Adaptive Calibration Model of Stress
Responsivity
Marco Del Giudice, Bruce Ellis, Elizabeth Shirtcliff



Beyond Allostatic Load: Rethinking the Role of
Stress in Adaptively Regulating Human Development
Bruce Ellis, Marco Del Giudice

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Joseph Robinson, Sarah Lubienski, Colleen Ganley,
Yasemin Copur-Genturk

Face Perception Is Impaired by Audiovisual Speech
and Repetitive Actions and Enhanced by Silent
Dynamic Displays in Early Development
Irina Castellanos, Lorraine Bahrick



Recognizing Expressions: Static Displays are Good
Enough!
Nicole Nelson, James Russell, Catherine Mondloch

(Event 1-037) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-035) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-037. Associations between Child Care
Instability, Multiplicity, and Children's
Social Development

1-035. Language Development and
Sociocultural Influences
Chair: Erika Hoff
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Chair: Mary Bratsch-Hines
Discussant: Adam Winsler

Children's Use of Accentedness in Speaker
Reliability Judgments
Cynthia Blanco, Colin Bannard
Expressing Affect in Bilingual Mothers' Child Directed
Speech
Martha Shiro, Katherine Filippi, Ada Hernandez,
Erika Hoff



Determinants of caregiver responsiveness to infant
babbling:New findings from the playback paradigm
Rachel Albert, Jennifer Schwade, Michael Goldstein



Cultural variations in Latino Children's Language
Exposure: Comparing Mothers' Self-Reported
Language Usage and Observed Maternal Language
Input
Soojin Oh, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Catherine TamisLeMonda

The Origins of Children's Beliefs about Achievement:
Thinking about the Abilities of Groups Causes 4Year-Olds to Devalue Effort
Andrei Cimpian, Lin Bian, Shelbie Sutherland



Investigating Parents' Reasons for Using Multiple
Child Care Arrangements
Jen-Hao Chen



Unstable and Multiple Child Care Arrangements and
Young Children's Behavior
Alejandra Ros, Heather Hill



Associations between Changes in Child Care
Provider and the Social Adjustment of Children in
Prekindergarten
Mary Bratsch-Hines, Irina Mokrova, Lynne VernonFeagans

(Event 1-038) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 1-036) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-038. New insights into adolescents'
romantic relationships: How personal and
behavioral characteristics predict romantic
relationships

1-036. Achievement Beliefs and the Origin
of Gender Gaps: New Ideas, New Evidence

Chair: Rongqin Yu
Discussant: Jennifer Connolly

Chair: Andrei Cimpian
Discussant: Elizabeth Spelke
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Gender Gaps and Conceptions of Ability
Sarah-Jane Leslie, Andrei Cimpian, Lin Bian,
Meredith Meyer

Personality as a Predictor of Casual Sexual
Relationships and Experiences
Shannon Claxton, Katherine Leventhal, Manfred van
Dulmen
(continued)

Teachers' Perceptions of Students' Mathematics
Proficiency May Exacerbate Early Gender Gaps in
Achievement

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For whom is having a love history bad? Personality
moderates the link between romantic relationship
history and romantic relationship quality
Rongqin Yu, Susan Branje, Loes Keijsers, Wim
Meeus

(Event 1-041) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-041. The Development of Emotion
Processing

We both love to drink: Adolescents' alcohol use and
alcohol related interactions with romantic partners
Thao Ha, William Burk, Rutger Engels

Chair: Madeline B. Harms

(Event 1-039) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Recognition of Emotions from Faces and Bodies and
Social Correlates in Kindergarten
Madeline Harms, Sara Van Den Heuvel, Kathleen
Thomas



The effect of atypical early experience on the later
perception of facial expressions
Xiaoqing Gao, Daphne Maurer, Louis Schmidt



Age-related differences in objective and subjective
measures of facial expression salience
Rebecca Todd, Kevin Roberts, Adam Anderson



Developmental shift in amygdala-medial prefrontal
cortex response to fear faces
Nim Tottenham, Dylan Gee

1-039. Topics in Sociometric Methodology
Chair: Peter E. Marks


The Effects of Classroom Sex Ratios on the
Relations Between Sociometric Variables
Jonathan Santo, Luz Lopez, Gina Carmago, William
Bukowski



Predicting Peer Status From Peer and Teacher
Nomination Methods
Yvonne van den Berg, Antonius Cillessen



Matching Methods to Data: Multilevel Poisson and
Negative Binomial Regression Models for
Sociometric Nominations
Richard Faldowski, Heidi Gazelle



(Event 1-042) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-042. Risk and Protective Factors
Underlying Trajectories of Behavioral
Inhibition: Biological and Contextual
Influences

Internal Reliability of Single- and Multi-Item Limited
Nomination Measures
Peter Marks, Ben Babcock, Nicki Crick, Antonius
Cillessen

Chair: Heather A. Henderson
Discussant: Nathan A. Fox

(Event 1-040) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Cognitive Control Moderates the Continuity of
Reticent Behavior in Children: An ERP Study
Connie Lamm, Jennifer Martin McDermott

1-040. Keeping the child's mind in mind:
Parental reflective functioning, mindmindedness and insightfulness



Early Behavioral Inhibition and Emotion Regulation:
Predictors of Social Competence in Middle
Childhood
Elizabeth Penela, Olga Walker, Heather Henderson



Contextual Effects on Continuity and Discontinuity in
Temperament Over Time
Kathryn Degnan, Melissa Ghera, Amie Hane

Chair: Arietta Slade
Discussant: Pasco Fearon


Parental Reflective Functioning
Arietta Slade



Mind-Mindedness
Elizabeth Meins, Charles Fernyhough



Parental Insightfulness
David Oppenheim, Nina Koren-Karie

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Christine Dunkel Schetter, Madeleine Shalowitz,
Emma Adam, Christine Guardino

(Event 1-043) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-043. How maternal experience across the
lifespan interacts with child genotype to
predict developmental outcomes: Findings
from the Maternal Adversity, Vulnerability
and Neurodevelopment (MAVAN) project



Inter-birth Intervals, Parent Relationships, and
Maternal and Child Outcomes
Sharon Ramey, Loral Patchen, Robin Lanzi



Preconception and Prenatal Influences on Child
Neurodevelopment
Elysia Davis

Chair: Ashley Wazana
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



Thursday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Investigating the contributing roles of child SLC6A4
genotype and mothering in the relation between
maternal childhood adversity and child temperament
Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot, Alison Fleming,
Ashley Wazana, Marla Sokolowski, Hélène
Gaudreau, Andrea Gonzalez, Johnathan D
Deslauriers, James Kennedy, Meir Steiner, Michael
Meaney

(Event 1-045) Poster Session 1
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Investigating the moderating effect of prenatal stress
on serotonin transporter polymorphism 5-HTTLPR in
predicting negative emotionality
Cathryn Gordon Green, Vanessa Babineau, AndréeAnne Bouvette-Turcot, Alexis Jolicoeur-Martineau,
Klaus Minde, Martin St-Andre, Roberto Sassi, James
Kennedy, Michael Meaney, Ashley Wazana
The development of infant and early childhood
regulation as an outcome of prenatal maternal
depression and 5-HTTLPR genotype
Vanessa Babineau, Cathryn Gordon Green, Alexis
Jolicoeur-Martineau, Klaus Minde, Martin St-Andre,
Roberto Sassi, James Kennedy, Michael Meaney,
Ashley Wazana
The interplay of maternal sensitivity and serotonin
transporter polymorphism 5-HTTLPR in predicting
children's competence at 24 months
Dominic Comtois, Klaus Minde, Martin St-Andre,
Roberto Sassi, James Kennedy, Michael Meaney,
Ashley Wazana

(Event 1-044) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

1-044. Do Developmental Vulnerabilities
Begin Before Conception?
Chair: Elysia P. Davis
Discussant: Curt A. Sandman


Do Preconception Diurnal Cortisol Patterns Predict
Subsequent Pregnancy Outcomes?

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1

Cortical source analysis of ERP in infant spatial
cueing
John Richards

2

Developmental Changes in Relations Between
Looking Behavior and Attention in Infants 3 to 9
Months of Age
David Thomas, Janna Colaizzi, Tay Kennedy,
Nicki Aubuchon-Endsley, Jessica Miner, Ashlee
Tisdale, Mike Dunn, James Grice

3

The Role of Voice and Motion in the
Developmental Shift in Infant Attention to the
Mouth of a Talking Face
Amy Tift, Nicholas Minar, David Lewkowicz

4

5- and 8-month-olds Visual Exploration of 2D
Scenes: The Relative Impact of Object size, Object
Complexity, and Depth cues on Infants Visual
Attention
Yu Guan, Daniela Corbetta

5

The Culture Gap in Executive Functioning and Its
Association with Gender and Preschool
Experience
Lindsay Weixler, Su Li, Frederick Morrison

6

A Diffusion Model Analysis of Developmental
Changes of Children's Task Switching
Mariette Huizinga, Wouter Weeda

7

The Development of Executive Functioning and
Social Understanding During Middle Childhood
Alycia Hund, Kristin Gallaway

8

The Effects of Task Interruption on Executive
Function in Preschoolers
Darja Dobermann, Lucia Grauman Neander, Ulrich
Mueller

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The Audio-Visual Temporal Binding Window
Narrows In Early Childhood
Ross Flom, David Lewkowicz, Rebecca Barton

10

The nature of 5-year-old children's modes of face
processing: Evidence from eye-gaze contingency
Jutta Billino, Goedele Van Belle, Bruno Rossion,
Gudrun Schwarzer

11

Depressive Symptoms in Female Adolescents:
Associations with Physiological Reactivity to Social
Stress and Relational Victimization
Nicole Lafko, Erin Shoulberg, Dianna MurrayClose

12

Psychophysiological Measures of Aggression and
Victimization in a Non-Clinical Sample of MiddleSchool Youth
Christopher Aults, Nancy Jones, Joey Cotler,
Kathryn Marsh

13

The Association between Prenatal Cigarette
Exposure and Behavioral and Physiological
Reactivity during Infancy
Pamela Schuetze, Rina Eiden

14

Physiological Markers of Neurobehavioral Profiles
- Evidence from Visual and Auditory Evoked
Potentials
Sara Cruz, Maria Góis-Eanes, João Pizarro,
Eugénia Ribeiro, Óscar Gonçalves, Adriana
Sampaio

15

Within-network integration and between-network
segregation in the developing adolescent brain: A
longitudinal study
Lauren Sherman, Jeffrey Rudie, Jennifer Pfeifer,
Kristin McNealy, Carrie Masten, Mirella Dapretto

16

The Neural Correlates of Children's Spontaneous
Deception: A Functional Near-infrared
Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Study
Xiao Ding, Bo Zhu, Genyue Fu, Kang Lee

17

Dynamic changes in cognitive control network
connectivity and its development
Bianca Debenedictis, Mark Daley, J Bruce Morton

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19

Pre-pregnancy Obesity, Gestational Weight Gain,
and Maternal Circadian Cortisol
Nicki Aubuchon-Endsley, Margaret Bublitz, Laura
Stroud
Cortisol awakening response in toddlerhood:
Developmental changes and relations to sleep
Melissa Bright, Janet Frick, Douglas Granger

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20

Problem Behavior and Differential Susceptibility to
Attachment Environments: The Role of Infant
Basal Cortisol
Michelle Fong, Jeffrey Measelle, Elisabeth
Conradt, Heidemarie Laurent, Jennifer Ablow

21

Timing matters: The impact of audiovisual
synchrony on infants' categorization with labels
Nadja Althaus, Kim Plunkett

22

Infants Can Detect the Animacy Status of Moving
Shadows
Birgit Traeuble, Diane Poulin-Dubois, Sabina
Pauen

23

Preverbal Infants' Processing of Manner and Path
in Naturalistic Motion Events
Catalina Iricinschi, Marianella Casasola, Youjeong
Park

24

Flexible Categorization: Priming Effects on 9month-old Infants' Brain Responses to Human and
Monkey Faces
Stefanie Peykarjou, Stefanie Hoehl, Sabina Pauen

25

The Role of Comparison Processes in Young
Children's Understanding of Referential Questions
Gill Waters

26

Infants' Preferences for Goals over Sources in
Motion Events: Will the Source Ever ‘Win'?
Laura Lakusta, Inae Colucio, Stephanie DiFabrizio,
Kathryn Garcia, Jessica Batinjane

27

Infants' Generalization About Motion Properties of
Objects
Yevdokiya Yermolayeva, David Rakison

28

Infants' Experience with Objects Alters
Expectations for Object Movement and Increases
Looking at Object Handles.
Jane Hirtle, Amy Needham

29

Children's Scale Errors: Does Experience Matter?
Krista Casler, Lindsey Mantz

30

Tool's Use is Less Than the Sum of its Parts: How
Children and Adults Fix Functions to Objects
Krista Casler, Lydia Bickel, Elizabeth Hackett

31

Four- and 5-year-olds' understanding and drawing
of mixed emotions
Esther Adi-Japha, Aia Mansour

32

Autistic or Artistic? Predictors of Local and Global
Processing in Autistic and Non-Autistic Children
Jennifer Drake, Ellen Winner

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Musical Development in Context: Mesosystem
Poverty and the 2008 NAEP Music Assessment
William Buchanan

46

Effects of Self-Transformation on Executive
Functioning in Preschool Children
Tracy Gleason, Karina Chung, Aryanne de Silva

34

Multiple visual quantitative cues enhance
discrimination of dynamic stimuli in infancy
Joseph Baker, Kerry Jordan

47

Children's perception of agency in interaction with
an imaginary agent
Yusuke Moriguchi, Ikuko Shinohara

35

Compared to Whom Do Adolescents Take More
Risks? A Meta-analysis on Age Differences in
Risky Decision Making
Ivy Defoe, Judith Dubas, Bernd Figner, Marcel van
Aken

48

Relations Between Self-Regulation and Pretend
Play in Two- and Three-Year-old Children in
Center-Based Care, and the Role of Classroom
Quality
Pauline Slot, Paul Leseman, Hanna Mulder

36

Examining Relationships Between Executive
Function, Joint Attention, and Language From 14
to 18 Months of Age
Stephanie Miller, Stuart Marcovitch

49

Dissecting "Cinderella": Young children's
preferences for narrative contour
Lily Guillot, Paul Bloom

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37

Infant and Toddler Information Processing Predict
Executive Functioning at 11 years
Susan Rose, Judith Feldman, Jeffery Jankowski

Neurocognitive Underpinnings of Pretend Play in
Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Susan Faja, Raphael Bernier, Katherine Sullivan,
Annette Estes, Geraldine Dawson

38

Maternal Attention Facilitating and Infant Surgency
Interact to Predict Kindergarten Attention Focusing
Amanda Watson, Morgan Hubble, Martha Ann Bell

51

Neighborhood Effects on Infants' Learning From
Linguistic In- and Outgroup Models
Cristina Carrazza, Lauren Howard, Amanda
Woodward

39

A Parent Report Scale of Executive Function in
Early Childhood
Amanda Wenzel, Julianna Sapienza, Stephanie
Carlson, Christopher Desjardins, Mary Rothbart,
Ann Masten

52

Using Puzzles to Assess the Effects of Memory
Load on Social Learning Strategy in Preschool
Aged Children
Laura Zimmermann, Kelly Dickerson, Alecia
Moser, Peter Gerhardstein, Rachel Barr, Amanda
Grenell, Qianwen Yao

53

Selective and Faithful Imitation Assessed
Longitudinally From 13 to 24 Months
Elena Sakkalou, Kate Ellis-Davies, Elma Hilbrink,
Merideth Gattis

54

One step at a time: Learning from others' actions
Amy Joh, Stefanie Schwartz

55

Familiarity directly influences social learning
Angelique Eydam, Victoria Leahy, Erika Nurmsoo

56

Typical Infant Hierarchical Processing of Images
and Objects: Evidence for a Generalized
Processing Style
Jennifer Gibson, J. Steven Reznick

57

Parental Anxiety and Coping Strategies in
Response to Children's Negative Affect:
Associations with Children's Cognitive Biases and
Anxiety Symptoms
Andres Viana, Erin Stevens, Michael McDermott,
Takymmea Clayton, Katherine Odom, Kali Falnes

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42

Benefits and Costs of Proactive Control: Flexible
Task-Switchers are More Susceptible to
Distractors Than Perseverators
Katharine Blackwell, Yuko Munakata
How Do Three-month-old Infants Attribute
Preferences to Agents?
You-jung Choi, Yuyan Luo
Development of Children's Expected Value and Its
Influence to Risk Decision
Yanjun Li, Yinghui Lai, Xiaoshuang Zhu, Hui Li,
Yinghe Chen

43

Does Children's Narrative Ability Predict
Differences in Suggestibility for Emotional Events?
Travis Conradt, Kamala London, Ciara Metzoian,
Bryan Adams

44

Child Maltreatment and Memory for Emotional
Information
Kelly McWilliams, Latonya Harris, Gail Goodman

45

Developmental Differences in Children's
Numerosity Abilities
Janki Merai, Lindsay Wandrey, Jodi Quas,
Thomas Lyon

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Cognitive Abilities in Relation to Pupillary
Responses during Social Videos
Valentyna Erstenyuk, Meghan Swanson, Michael
Siller

69

Relationship Between Attention to Lexical Stress
at 4 to 6 months and Early Indicators of Autism
Spectrum Disorder at 18 months
Jennifer Ference, Suzanne Curtin

59

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE
INTELLECTUAL EFFECTS OF
PHENYLKETONURIA?: TESTING HYPOTHESES
OF NORMATIVE DEVELOPMENT
Angela Brant, Yuko Munakata, Colleen Azen, John
Hewitt

70

Profiles of Adaptive Socialization Skills in Children
with ASD in the First Two Years of Life
Celine Saulnier, Kelly Caravella, Ami Klin,
Katarzyna Chawarska

71

Prediction of Developmental Delay in 3-Year old
Children with Single-Suture Craniosynostosis
Kristen Gray, Brent Collett, Kathleen Kapp-Simon,
Mary Michaeleen Cradock, Lauren Buono,
Rebecca Gaither, Matthew Speltz

72

Quality of Medical Care as a Predictor of
Loneliness in Adolescents with Developmental
Disabilities
Darcy Mitchell

73

Trajectories of Delinquency Among Adolescents
Involved in the Child Welfare System
Isaura Olivares, Hazel Prelow

74

Gender Differences among Youth Referred for
Community-Based Alternatives to Detention
Bonita Veysey, Joanna Kubik, Michael Ostermann,
Tahnia Hawkins, Michele Terreri, Sara Goldstein,
Paul Boxer

75

Naturally Occurring Declines in Antisocial Behavior
Across Childhood: Relations With Psychological
Processes in Children
Katharine Buck

60

Links Between Environmental Factors and
Cognitive Development in Immigrant Children
From Developing Countries
Samuel Giroux, Anne Choquette, Marie-Claude
Guay

61

Psychoterapeutic Effectiveness on Emotion
Regulation in Children With Asperger Syndrome
Irene Leniz

62

Associations between Child Disabilities and
Discipline in Developing Countries
Charlene Hendricks, Jennifer Lansford, Marc
Bornstein, Kirby Deater-Deckard

63

Associations Between Depression, Stress, and
Income Level in Parents of Children With
Developmental Disabilities
Nandita Golya, Nina Hidalgo, Laura Lee McIntyre

64

Sociodemographic Differences in Parental
Satisfaction with Autism Diagnosis
Nina Hidalgo, Nandita Golya, Laura Lee McIntyre

65

Visual preferences in infants at high-risk for
autism: Behavioral and psychophysiological crossgroup comparisons.
Bridgette Tonnsen, Jane Roberts, John Richards

76

Assessment and Implications of Social Anxiety
Symptoms in Chinese Children
Laura Ooi, Robert Coplan, Junsheng Liu, Dan Li,
Xinyin Chen

66

Efficient and Inefficient Search Strategies During
Audio-Visual Intermodal Speech Perception in
Autism
James Bebko, Lisa Hancock, Stephanie Brown

77

Self-compassion and Self-criticism as Moderators
of the Relation Between Anxious Solitude and
Depressive Symptom Trajectories
Divya Peter, Heidi Gazelle

67

Emotional competence predicts self-regulation
skills in children with and without autism spectrum
disorders
Beverly Wilson, Samantha Fisher, Heather Davis,
Angela Crain, Kaitlin Kloes

78

Assessing Early Childhood Anxiety Using the PAS
and ADIS-P
Ellen Shumka, Erika Miller, Joanna Kelm, Lynn
Miller

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Changes in Play Behavior from 12 to 18 Months in
Infants at Heightened Risk for Autism
Krista Kalinoski, Jessie Northrup, Leanna Mihalko,
Jana Iverson

Predictors of Discrepant Mother-Child Ratings in
Young Children: The Berkeley Puppet Interview
Ank Ringoot, Pauline Jansen, Jan van der Ende,
Frank Verhulst, Henning Tiemeier

80

Seen but not Heard: Overlooked Autism in
Children From Ethnic Minorities
Delia Burke, Sander Begeer, Hans Koot

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Reliability and Construct Validity of a Pictorial
Child Self-report Instrument: the Dominic
Interactive
Rowella Kuijpers, Roy Otten, Ad Vermulst, Rutger
Engels

82

Self-Control and the Improvement of Social and
Behavioral Functioning in Children with ADHD:
Results from a Collaborative School-Home
Behavioral Intervention
Miguel Villodas, Nina Kaiser, Mary Rooney, Keith
McBurnett, Linda Pfiffner

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Childhood Maltreatment Prospectively Predicts
Impairments in Adult Women Diagnosed with
ADHD in Childhood
Maya Guendelman, Chardee Galan, Arianna Gard,
Jarrod Butler, Ronald Sahyouni, Mariah Tate,
Elizabeth Owens, Stephen Hinshaw
Interactions Between DRD4 Genotype and
Inconsistent Parenting Predict Neuropsychological
Performance in ADHD Youth
Nathan Myhre, Molly Nikolas, Karen Friderici, Joel
Nigg
Peer Victimization and Borderline Personality
Features
Nicole Campbell, Clio Pitula, Wan-Ling Tseng,
Nicki Crick

86

Adolescent Sexting and Adjustment: Correlates,
Attitudes, and Behaviors Related to Teen Sexting
Dawn Brinkley, Marion Underwood

87

The Impact of Timing and Chronicity of Child
Maltreatment on Development of Borderline
Personality Features in Childhood
Kathryn Hecht, Dante Cicchetti, Fred Rogosch,
Nicki Crick

88

Reciprocal Relationships Between Externalizing
and Internalizing Behavior and Maternal
Depression
Sara Stromeyer, John Lochman, Karen Wells,
Michael Windle

89

Relations Among Internalizing and Externalizing
Problems in Early Childhood
Lisanne Stone, Roy Otten, Rutger Engels, Jan
Janssens

90

Do Children with Callous-Unemotional Traits
Exhibit a Similar Response Style to Typically
Developing Children?
Sarah Haas, Daniel Waschbusch, Nancy Garon,
Shana Nichols, Brendan Andrade, Sara King,
Darcy Santor, Normand Carrey

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Physically Developed and Exploratory Young
Infants Contribute to Their Own Long-Term
Academic Achievement
Chun-Shin Hahn

92

Comparisons of the Relative Contributions of Early
Fine Motor and Attention Skills on Changes in
Academic Achievement
Helyn Kim, Timothy Curby

93

The Role of Early Home Learning Environment
Across the First 5 Years on Children's Academic
Skills in the 5th Grade
Rufan Luo, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Eileen
Bandel

94

Preschool predictors of later academic
achievement in a risk sample: The roles of child
characteristics and quality of teacher-child
relationship
Évelyne Marquis-Pelletier, Diane St-Laurent,
Marie-Claude Lessard, Laurie Dubois, Tristan Milot

95

The Impact of Phonological Awareness for Larger
Versus Smaller Units of Spoken Language on
Numerical Development
Kristin Krajewski, Stefanie Simanowski, Nadine
Greiner

96

Gender Differences in and Reciprocal Relations
between Mathematical Confidence, Interest, and
Achievement across Development
Colleen Ganley, Sarah Lubienski, Corinna Crane

97

Developmental Predictors of Conceptual and
Procedural Knowledge of Fractions
Nicole Hansen, Nancy Jordan, Robert Siegler,
Lynn Fuchs, Russell Gersten

98

Development of Children's Addition: Performance
and Growth in Speed of Processing over Four
Years
Gabrielle Garon-Carrier, Jo-Anne LeFevre, Jeffrey
Bisanz, Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Deepthi Kamawar,
Brenda Smith-Chant

99

Validating a Performance-Based Preschool
Assessment and its Relationship with Classroom
Quality
Shannon Riley-Ayers, Kwanghee Jung

100

Applying the Classroom Assessment Scoring
System (CLASS) in Special Education Settings:
Exploring Congruence and Challenges
Michelle Bertoli, Christina Crowe, Susan Rivers

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Psychometric and Descriptive Results of a
Comprehensive Measure of Environmental and
Teacher Supports for Writing in Preschool
Classrooms
Gary Bingham, Hope Gerde

113

Motivation and Error-Related Brain Activity in
Young Children
Matthew Kim, Loren Marulis, Jennie Grammer,
Melisa Carrasco, William Gehring, Frederick
Morrison

102

Similarities and differences in linguistic
environment across three childcare settings
Melanie Soderstrom, Kelsey Wittebolle, Madeleine
Simon

114

Domain Specific Temporal Discounting in Typical
and Atypical Development
Ellen Demurie, Herbert Roeyers, Dieter Baeyens,
Jan Wiersema, Edmund Sonuga-Barke

103

Pathways from Teacher Depression and Childcare Quality to Child Behavioral Problems in Early
Child-care Settings
Lieny Jeon, Cynthia Buettner, Anastasia Snyder

115

Implicit Theories of Willpower and Delay of
Gratification
Kyla Haimovitz, Carol Dweck, Gregory Walton

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104

Examining the Role of Early Home and Child Care
Literacy Experiences: Implications for Bilingual
Children
Jacqueline Sims

Maternal versus Paternal Physical and Emotional
Abuse, Affect Regulation and The Risk for
Depression through Adolescence
Stephanie Craig, Marlene Moretti

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Social Goals and Students' Willingness to Seek
Help for Physical and Relational Bullying at School
Yaacov Yablon

Expanding the Conceptualization of Child Abuse:
Abuse During Incarceration and Post-Release
Social and Emotional Functioning
Carly Dierkhising, Andrea Lane

106

The Impact of Kindergarten Length of Day on
Children's Social Skills and Behavior
Jessica MacLeod

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The Effects of Core Components of a Classroom
Management Program on Student Outcomes
Regina Oliver, Matthew Lambert

Effects of interparental violence on post-traumatic
stress in children: The role of parenting stress and
emotional security
Machteld Telman, Mathilde Overbeek, J. Clasien
de Schipper, Francien Lamers-Winkelman, Carlo
Schuengel

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Child Sustained Attention in the Preschool
Classroom
Cynthia DiCarlo

Cross-Validation of the Childhood Trauma
Questionnaire in a Barbadian Non-Clinical
Population
Sarah McCuskee, Janina Galler, Miriam Zichlin,
Cyralene Bryce

109

Visuospatial Processing: A New Predictor of
Classroom Behavior
Anthony Byers, Claire Cameron, Laura Brock,
Elizabeth Cottone, David Grissmer

120

Parenting Stress and Perceived Social Support for
Ethnic Minority Teen Mothers: Impact on Parent
Depression and Child Development
Cindy Huang, Jessica Costeines, Carmen Ayala,
Joy Kaufman

121

The Role of Mealtimes Organization on Weight
Status among Older Adolescents in Mexico
Mediated by Frequency of Shared Family Meals
Kevin Linares, Angela Wiley, Tracy Flood, Flavia
Andrade, Celia Aradillas, Eduardo Medina-Cerda

122

Beyond Ethnicity: A Closer Look at the Role of
Culture and Socioeconomic Contexts in
Understanding Young Mothers' Parenting
Chie Kotake, Ann Easterbrooks

123

Parental stress, behavior problems and age at
adoption among internationally adopted children
Sophie Demers-Bédard, Janie St-Onge, Annabelle
Cournoyer, Marilyne Dumais, Karine DuboisComtois, Chantal Cyr

110

Predicting Spanish Language at 36 Months: How
Does Home Language and Literacy Environment
Influence Spanish Language Vocabulary?
Audrey Juhasz, Lisa Boyce, Eduardo Ortiz

111

Head Start Mothers' Home Literacy Environment
and Preschool Language Outcomes
Kandia Lewis, Lia Sandilos, Carol Hammer

112

Neighborhood, Cultural and Family factors on
Mexican-Origin Teen Mothers' Educational
Aspirations, Expectations, and Attainment
Elizabeth Harvey-Mendoza, Adriana UmanaTaylor, Amy Guimond, Kimberly Updegraff,
Laudan Jahromi

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Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up: Effects
on Parental Positive Regard
Allison Wallin, Mary Dozier, Kristin Bernard,
Elizabeth Meade

125

Early Language Development in PostInstitutionalized Adopted Children
Johana Rosas, Megan Julian, Robert McCall

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Children's Positive Emotion Expressiveness and
Family Member Reciprocity in the Everyday Lives
of Families: a Naturalistic Approach
Sunhye Bai-Koh, Jacqueline Sperling, Rena
Repetti

137

Did Children Listen to Their Mums?-Comparing
Parenting and Child Compliance in Taiwanese,
Immigrant Chinese and British Families
Ching-Yu Huang, Michael Lamb

Parents' Expressed Emotion as Risk and
Protective Factors for Peer Relations in the
Context of Exposure to Interparental Conflict
Angela Narayan, Julianna Sapienza, Amy Monn,
Katherine Lingras, Ann Masten

138

Mechanisms of Socio-Cultural Differences in
Young Children's Emotional Competence: The
Influence of Mother-Child Relationships
Alberto Guzman-Alvarez, Abby Winer, Ross
Thompson

Infant Visual Information Processing in Wolayita
Zone Ethiopia: Importance of Maternal Behavior
and Infant Nutrition
Tesfaye Woltamo, Laura Hubbs-Tait, David
Thomas, Robert Larzelere

139

Severity of Limb Differences, Social Difficulties,
and Adolescents' Psychological Adjustment
Elizabeth Rusnak, Courtney Halas, Nina Mounts,
Kathy Zebracki, Jeffrey Ackman

140

Getting Over Cancer: Do Support and Personal
Meaning Predict Psychological Adjustment in
Survivors of Childhood Cancer?
Stefanie Vuotto, Mary Procidano, Harjot Nayar,
Christopher Coyne, Christina Rooney

141

Somatization, Fatigue, and Quality of Life in
Children and Adolescents with Chronic Pain
Rika Meyer, Jeffrey Gold

142

Early Development of Mastication
Benjamin Le Révérend, Lisa Edelson, Chrystel
Loret

143

Early Infant Cortisol Metabolism, but not
Breastfeeding Duration, is Related to Eating
Behaviours at 12-Months
Samantha Rogers, Jeremy Tomlinson, Beverly
Hughes, Jackie Blissett

144

Fussy Eating in Children
Anne Tharner, Pauline Jansen, Jan van der Ende,
Oscar Franco, Henning Tiemeier

145

Understanding the Relationship Among Expressive
Vocabulary Measures for Children With Autism,
Language Delays, and Typical Language
Julie Bryant, Lauren Hampton, Megan Roberts

146

Using Developmental Science to Design a
Computerized Preschool Language Assessment
Neha Mahajan, Max Freeman, Athulya Aravind,
Megan Johanson, Jennifer Damonte, Hilary Miller,
Sujeet Ranganathan, Linda Smith, Mary Wilson,
Jill de Villiers, Aquiles Iglesias, Roberta Golinkoff,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

128

Can Early Adolescents' Feelings of Obligation to
Parents Make Them Anxious?
Lili Qin, Eva Pomerantz

129

Relations Among Parenting Stress, Maternal
Behaviors, and Child Behaviors in Caucasian and
African American Low-Income Families
Alison Levitch, Jean Ispa, Michael Lambert

130

Consequences of Corporal Punishment among
African Americans: The Importance of Context and
Outcome
Leslie Simons

131

Harsh Physical Punishment and Obesity: How
Does Harsh Physical Punishment Effect Health
Outcomes Over the Early Life Course?
Ashleigh Kysar-Moon, Kimber Hendrix

132

Intended Discipline Strategies for Children's
Aggression Among Chinese Mothers: Age,
Gender, and Aggression Type Differences
Yan Li, Chaorong Wu

133

Child Adjustment Following Parental Separation:
The Role of Maternal Depression, Parenting
Quality and Household Income
Gessica Di Stefano, Francine Cyr

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Coparenting Problems at 2 Years Predict 7-YearOld Children's Developmental Psychopathology:
Focusing on Gender Differences
Caroline Christopher, Tomo Umemura, Deborah
Jacobvitz, Nancy Hazen
Parental Agreement in Differential Feelings and
Siblings Adjustment in Middle Childhood
Paula Mullineaux, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Lee
Thompson, Stephen Petrill

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Surprising Continuity: The Short Form of the MCDI
Predicts Language Skills 4 Years Later
Dilara Deniz Can, Marika Ginsburg-Block, Roberta
Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

148

Turkish Communicative Development Inventory
(TIGE) is Valid for Assessing Lexical and
Grammatical Development of Turkish Children
Burcak Akturk, Aylin Küntay, Ayhan Aksu-Koc

149

Is Language Rhythm Associated with Bilingual
Memory Generalization Advantage?
Natalie Brito, Rachel Barr, Nuria Sebastian-Galles

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160

Mental Health: Latent Mixture Analyses of
Adolescence to Young Adulthood
Elizabeth Hair, Tzy-Chyi Yu, Elizabeth Mumford

161

Engagement in Criminal Activity from Adolescence
to Young Adulthood: The role of education and
employment as protective factors
Elizabeth Hair, Tzy-Chyi Yu, Parvati Krishnamurty,
Jennie Alfaro, Robert Apel, Shawn Bushway

162

Moral Disengagement, Dehumanization, Bullying
and Victimization in Middle Childhood
Tirza van Noorden, Gerbert Haselager, Antonius
Cillessen, William Bukowski

Cross-language semantic priming in bilingual
children: an event-related potential (ERP) study
Pia Rämä, Louah Sirri

163

A Developmental Study of Semantic Priming and
Working Memory in Bilingual and Monolingual
Infants
Natalie Ebanks, Caroline Junge, Catherine Rowe,
Debra Mills

Children's Moral Self-Concept: The Role of
Shyness, Aggression, and Parent-Child
Relationships
Sonia Sengsavang, Tobias Krettenauer

164

The Contribution of Trauma Exposure and
Punishing Parenting to Relational Aggression
Among Young Women
Linda McWhorter, Tamara Scott, Virginia Gil-Rivas

Maternal Speech at 9 and 12 Months: What
Predicts Infant Vocabulary?
Clarice Robenalt, Anabelle Lau, Gedeon Deak

165

6-month-old infants can reconstruct a melodic
contour from deficient stimuli
Ryoko Mugitani, Akiko Hayashi, Makio Kashino

Identifying Parent-Child Synchrony in Naturalistic
Daylong Recordings from the Home Environment
Dongxin Xu, Jill Gilkerson, Jeffrey Richards

166

Revisiting "Crying as a Sign": The Relationship
Between Newborn Cry Acoustics and Language
Production at 2.5 Years
Sarah Sanborn, James Green

167

A Sex Difference in Auditory Motion Perception in
9-Month-Old Infants
Marcus Morrisey, M. Rutherford

168

Sofa better than mom? Walking onset and
supported walking experience
Lana Karasik, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Karen
Adolph

169

Sitting Infants Increase Stability When Engaged in
a Supra-Postural Task
Laura Claxton, Jennifer Strasser, Elise Leung,
Joong Hyun Ryu, Kathleen O'Brien

170

The Acculturation Gap-Distress Model:
Maladaptive or Beneficial for Adolescents' WellBeing?
Michelle Pasco, Eva Telzer, Andrew Fuligni

171

Immigration Status, Racial Identity, Cultural
Factors and Mental Health Among Afro-Caribbean
College Students in the U.S.
Crystall Matthews, Celia Fisher

Buying Language in the Supermarket: Increasing
Talk among Low-SES Families
Katherine Ridge, Deena Weisberg, Hande Ilgaz,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff
A cross-linguistic investigation of the link between
walking onset and language development
Minxuan He, Joseph Campos, Lu Wah Hung,
Xinze Liu, Xiaoli Xu, Eric Walle
Relations Between Direct and Indirect Measures of
Infants' Receptive Vocabulary and Fast Mapping
Skills
Pascal Zesiger, Tamara Patrucco, Diane PoulinDubois, Gedeon Deak, Margaret Friend

157

The Deictic Center in Children's Understanding of
Time Relations
Sonam Jindal, Kerrianne Morrison, Laura Wagner

158

Young Children's Coordination of Label Extension
Across the Senses
Jenna Wall, William Merriman, Jason Scofield

159

Comparing Measures of Manual Preference in
Early Development: What Makes a Difference
Sabrina Thurman, Daniela Corbetta

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Predictors of Parent-Child Acculturation Gap and
its Impact on Child Adjustment Among Chinese
American Immigrant Families
Catherine Anicama, Qing Zhou

184

The Achenbach Youth Self-Report Instrument:
Comparison of Adolescents Reared by Lesbian
and Heterosexual Parents
Loes van Gelderen, Henny Bos

173

Assessing Physical Disorder and Social Disorder
in Neighborhoods and Examining Associations
with Family Functioning and Parenting Attitudes
Kristopher Stevens, Penelope Trickett

185

Social Support and Suicide Resilience Among
Sexual Minority Youth
John Frank, Jeffrey Goulding, Michael
McCutcheon, Alexander Belser, Molly Greenberg,
Arnold Grossman, Stephen Russell

174

Association Between Neighborhood Disadvantage
and Child Behavior: Evidence From a SchoolBased Intervention
Francesca Longo

186

Bystanders' Beliefs about Intervening to Help a
Child in Distress: Implications for Anti-Aggression
Programs
Puneet Singh, Kay Bussey

187

Relation Between Peer Victimization and Proactive
and Reactive Aggression Among At-risk Children:
Social Skills as a Moderator
Laura Cook, Tammy Barry, John Lochman

188

Private and Perceived Peer Reactions to Physical
Fights: Changes From 5th to 6th Grade
Molly Dawes, Tabitha Wurster, Amelia Hock, Dane
Jester, Hongling Xie

189

A contextual analysis of bystander's bullying
behaviors: the role of individual and classroomlevel factors.
Miranda Sentse, Christina Salmivalli

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Parenting Styles Mediate Effect of Neighborhood
Characteristics on Chinese American Children's
Behavioral Problems
Erica Lee, Qing Zhou
Residential and school mobility in the primary
school years: Associations with best friend's
characteristics in two longitudinal samples
Veronique Dupere, Isabelle Archambault, Tama
Leventhal

177

Ethnic-Racial Socialization and its Correlates in
Families of Black-White Biracial Children
Annamaria Csizmadia

178

Distributive justice among children - a crosscultural comparison
Henriette Zeidler

190

Understanding Cultural Variations in the Links
between Children's Attachment to their Mother and
Relationships with Friends
Cecilia Vargas, Shannon Dugan, Candace
Williams, Madhavi Menon

Bullying Prevention in Elementary and Middle
Schools: Differential Effects of the Olweus and
Bully-Proofing Programs
Ariel Williamson, Kirk Williams, Nancy Guerra

191

"She Didn't Text Me Back!": Intent Attributions in
Cyber Interactions
Hannah Schacter, Jean Burr

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Coping Strategies of American and South Korean
Preschoolers
Mandy Medvin, SoYoung Kang, Leah Hunter,
Miranda Gruber Lish

192

Understanding Transitional Patterns among
Subclasses of Bullying and Victimization when
Entering Middle School
Anne Williford, Aaron Boulton, Jeffrey Jenson

181

Stress and Coping in Adolescence: An
International Study
Barbara Newman, Jing Xiao

193

Social Ecology of Toddlers' Conflict with Peers and
Resolution in Child Care
Kyong-Ah Kwon, Hyun-Joo Jeon, Stacey FrenchLee, Seung-Hee Son

182

Path to Parenthood, Child Well-being, and the
Parent-Child Relationship
Amanda Kuryluk, Sarah Whitton

194

We Both Gonna Have the Bestest Tractors in the
World: Dynamics of Young Children's Positive
Resolutions of Dyadic Conflict
Asha Spivak

195

An Analysis of the Nature of Family Conflict
Interactions
Ryan Persram, Sandra Della Porta, Nina Howe,
Hildy Ross

183

Ethnicity Differences in Parent Reactions to Youth
Sexual Minority Identity
Matthew Page, Hoa Lam, Neena Malik, Kristin
Lindahl

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Conflict Resolution in Early Childhood
Development Program: The role of peer play and
media
Juanita Cole, Nasya Tan

197

Adolescent and Young Adult Friendship
Attachment in India: Exploring the Validity of the
Adolescent Friendship Attachment Scale
Alexander Scott, Anne Stright

198

Impelling and Inhibiting Factors in the Prediction of
Adolescent Dating Violence
Christina Caiozzo, Bridget Dolan, Jessica
Houston, John Grych

199

The Moderating Role of Maternal Support in
Longitudinal Associations Between Romantic
Experiences and Adjustment
Charlene Collibee, Wyndol Furman

200

Family Environment and School Environment as
Predictors for Aggressive Behavior in Low-Income
Children at Grade 5 Using Regression Analyses
Xiaoyu Li, Helen Raikes, Rachel Chazan Cohen

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Emotion Regulation and Negative Emotionality
Moderate the Effects of Aggressive Cognitions on
Aggressive Behavior
Sanna Roos, Christina Salmivalli, Ernest Hodges
Narcissistic Self-Image Failure as a Predictor of
Target-Specific Aggression
Rachel Pauletti, James Handrinos, Patrick Cooper,
David Perry
The relation between quality of attachment and
brain responses to the mother's and a stranger's
face in 12-month-olds
Jayd Blankenship, Leslie Carver
Changes in Child Engagement as a Function of
Caregivers' Emotional Involvement
Hannah Rasmussen, Jessica Borelli, Nancy
Suchman, Cindy DeCoste
Discrepancies Between Parental Attitudes and
Observed Parental Sensitivity: Associations with
Infant-Mother and Infant-Father Attachment
Geoffrey Brown, Martha Cox
Secure Mothers Display More Marked Attuned
Vocalizations With Their Infants: A Prospective
Study
Sohye Kim, Peter Fonagy, Sheila Martinez, Udita
Iyengar, Lane Strathearn
In Barbie play, you can never be too thin:
Preschool-age girls favor thinner dolls
John Worobey, Harriet Worobey

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Looking in the Mirror and Liking What You See:
How Body Mass and Body Image are Related to
Peer Acceptance and Mental Health
Janessa Kelly, Cynthia Vidal Guzman, Erika
Aguilar, Gabriela Carrera, Janeth Castro

209

Understanding Obesity, Depression, and Body
Image Development in College Women
Pamela Sarigiani, Kimberly Tate, Phame
Camarena, Anna Olsavsky

210

"I Didn't Look Like the Other Girls": Sexual WellBeing as a Function of Patterns of Body-Esteem
Jennaleigh Fish, Tabitha Holmes

211

The Appearance Culture Scale for Young
Adolescents: A New Measure of Sociocultural
Influences Related to Body Image and
Appearance
Joanne Kierans, Lorraine Swords

212

American and Chinese Preschoolers' Behavioral
Responses to two Culturally Scripted Challenging
Contexts
Jun Wang, Karen Barrett, Qiongwei Wu, Dongying
Zhang

213

The Importance of Child Subjective Appraisals of
Trauma in Considering Child Grief Reactions
Following Bereavement
Kyrill Gurtovenko, Amy Nuttall, Brook Griese,
Louise Silvern

214

Parent-Guided Conversations and Children's
Reactions to Stressful Past Events
Andrea Greenhoot, Shengkai Sun

215

Infants Display More Positive Emotion While
Viewing Prosocial Actions, More Negative Emotion
While Viewing Antisocial Actions
Conor Steckler, Janine Gellerman, J. Kiley Hamlin

216

Age-Related Differences in the Acute Pain Facial
Expression During Infancy
Sara Ahola Kohut, Rebecca Pillai Riddell, David
Flora, Harriet Oster

217

Infants' Vocal Response to Normal and Perturbed
Social Games
Jihyoung Kim, Hui-Chin Hsu, Alan Fogel

218

Infant Social Referencing in a Free Response
Paradigm: The Influence of Infant and Maternal
Affect
Miranda Goodman-Wilson, Emily Newton, Ross
Thompson

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Individual Differences in Preschool Children's sAA
Reactivity: Child and Family Precursors
Frank Mann, Patrick Davies, Melissa Sturge-Apple

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Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
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Pulling-to-Stand and Sleep: A Longitudinal
Actigraphy Study
Anat Scher, Osnat Atun-Ainy

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Hypermethylation of the vasopressin receptor in
physically abused girls
Leslie Seltzer, Catherine Auger, Anthony Auger,
Seth Pollak

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Hormonal Sensitivity to Competition Among
Adolescent Boys
Victoria Wobber, Felix Warneken

6

Cortisol and Alpha-amylase in Proactive and
Reactive Aggression: Moderating Effects of
Callous-unemotional Traits
Stephan Huijbregts, Carlijn Claas

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Testosterone Predicts Negative Parenting
Behaviors in Fathers With 12-13 Month Old Infants
Patty Kuo, Ekjyot Saini, Oliver Schultheiss, Brenda
Volling

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The Baby in the Bath Water: Associations Among
Maternal Caregiving, Neonatal Somatic Discomfort
and Stress Reactivity During Bathing and Dressing
Chelsey Barrios, Lauren Philbrook, Amber
Cardoos, Amie Hane

9

Prenatal Testosterone Exposure (2D:4D Ratio)
Predicts Aggression in Young Children
Brian Marks, Isaac Petersen, John Bates

10

Infants can solve for x, approximately
Lisa Feigenson, Melissa Kibbe

12

Abstract Matching: Six-month-old infants'
intermodal representations of ratio
Yi Mou, Kristy vanMarle

13

One-to-one correspondence cues for small sets
enhance infants' arithmetic abilities
Maria Dolores de Hevia, Julien Marie, Aurelie
Coubart, Arlette Streri, Veronique Izard

14

Bridging the gap: Infants' small and large number
ordinal judgments
Kristy vanMarle

15

Are Preverbal Infants Confident About Their
Decision? A new Measure of Metacognition in 16
Month-olds Infants
Louise Goupil, Sid Kouider

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Funding Opportunities through the Institute of
Education Sciences
Joan McLaughlin, Caroline Ebanks
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC): Child Development from a Public Health
Perspective
Angelika Claussen
National Science Foundation Funding
Opportunities for Research in the Developmental
and Learning Sciences
Peter Vishton
The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
Child Health and Human Development
James Griffin
NIDA: Research on Child and Adolescent
Development at the National Institute on Drug
Abuse
Cheryl Boyce, Belinda Sims, Kathy Etz
Child and Adolescent Developmental and
Translational Research at the National Institute of
Mental Health, NIH
Christopher Sarampote
Applied Developmental Research at the Office of
Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration
for Children and Families
Christine Fortunato
The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation,
Administration for Children and Families
Christine Fortunato
Children and Youth Policy Research in the Office
of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and
Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services
Martha Moorehouse, Lindsey Hutchison,Sarah
Oberlander

Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am

(Event 1-047) Poster Session 2
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am
1

The Serotonin Transporter Gene (5HTTLPR) and
Brain Structure as Prospective Predictors of Major
Depressive Disorder Onset During Adolescence
Keriann Little, Craig Olsson, Sarah Whittle, Julian
Simmons, Debra Foley, Keith Byron, Nicholas
Allen

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Can young children be more accurate predictors of
their recall performance?
Amanda Lipko-Speed, Alex Krowlikowski, Kaitlin
Sampson

28

Children's judgments about the impact of race and
group membership on biological processes and
social behaviors.
Lakshmi Raman

17

K-12 Students' Evaluations of Sources of Science
Knowledge
Maggie Renken, Martina Nitkova, Ellen Litkowski,
Carmen Carrion, Judy Orton

29

"The medicine goes straight to your toe":
Children's Causal Models of Medicine
Kristi Lockhart, Frank Keil, Matthew Roth, Sara
Watchko

18

Metacognition and Mindreading: A Developmental
Study
Nike Tsalas, Markus Paulus, Joëlle Proust, Beate
Sodian

30

Liquid Permanence in Infancy
Jin Seok, Yuyan Luo, Renée Baillargeon

31

Infants Search More for an Unfamiliar Object than
an Unfamiliar Person
Jeanne Shinskey

32

The use of Social Referencing as a Measure of
Infant Understanding in the Piagetian A not B
Search Task
Kirsty Dunn, Gavin Bremner

33

Do Monkeys Show a Shape Bias?
Kelly Hughes, Celia Litovsky, Allison Barnard,
Laura Ackerman, Jessica Cantlon

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Explicit Instruction of Metacognition in a Middle
School Science Class Leads to Metacognitive,
Academic, and Motivational Benefits
Cristina Zepeda, J. Richey, Paul Ronevich,
Timothy Nokes-Malach
Infants' Expectations About Reciprocation and
Retaliation: Valence Matters But Form Does Not
Zijing He, Kyong-sun Jin, Renée Baillargeon,
David Premack

21

12-month-old Infants can Differentiate Helping and
Hindering Actions Based on Intentions
Young-eun Lee, Hyun-joo Song

34

Children's Perception of Other's Religious
Dedication
Sara Jaffer

22

The Behavioral and Brain Correlates of Lying to
Children
Chelsea Hays, Leslie Carver, Juliana CastroOsorio

35

The Seed of Analogical Reasoning
Yin-Juei Chang, Alissa Ferry, Susan Hespos,
Dedre Gentner

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Whose fault was it? Children's distribution of
reward and punishment for team success or failure
Anne Schlottmann, Hannah Gordon, Tobias
Gerstenberg, David Lagnado

Explanation-based Learning in Infants: From
Statistics to Causes
Amélie Bernard, Renée Baillargeon, Gerald
DeJong

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Effects of Coaching and Transgressions on
Children's Truth-Lie Competency
Frances Houwing, Kay Bussey

Can Infants Learn Causal Action Sequences?
Bryan Nguyen, Scott Johnson

38

The Development of Origins Explanations Among
Children From Diverse Religious Backgrounds
Rebecca Yasskin, Jacqueline Woolley, Christina
Amador

Reasoning About the Unseen: Do Preschoolers
Infer the Existence of Hidden Objects as Infants
Do?
Markus Krüger, Horst Krist

39

The Role of Pedagogy in Infants' Category-Based
Induction
Stephanie Chen, Marjorie Rhodes

40

Symbolic Reasoning with Graphical
Representations in Preschool Children
Susanne Koerber, Beate Sodian, Corinne
Zimmerman

41

Can iPads Facilitate Symbolic Understanding in
Very Young Children?
Stephanie Armstrong, Charlotte Carroll, Alexandra
Franklin, Krista Casler

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Development of Beliefs about AIDS Causality and
Prevention
Carol Sigelman, Sydney Carnevale, Tianying Li,
Shiyun Zhu
Does Vitalism Extend Beyond the Domain of
Biology?: Chinese Children's Understanding of
Vital Energy
Melanie Nyhof, Maira Roazzi, Carl Johnson

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The Development of Children's Understanding and
Expression of Movement in Pictorial
Representations of Human Figures
Rita Asher, Victoria Cortez, Michelle Zambrano

43

The Role of Attention and Working Memory in
Conservation Task Performances
Crystal Tran, Alicia San Miguel, Hanako Yoshida

54

Dissociations Within Semantic Processing in
Young People with Down Syndrome: A
Comparison with Children with Specific Language
Impairment and Typically Developing Children
Josie Briscoe, Glynis Laws, Su Yin Ang, Ehab
Hermena, Heather Brown, Anna Kapikian

55

Deficient Face-selectivity of the N170 in Down
Syndrome
Teresa Mitchell, Steven Meyer, Emily Levoy,
William McIlvane

56

Describing Parent Communication with Toddlers
who have Significant Developmental Disabilities
Andrea Barton-Hulsey, Ani Whitfield, Mary Ann
Romski, Rose Sevcik

57

What Influences Caregiver Efficacy in Early
Intervention Home Visits?
Amy Guimond, Brook Sawyer, Jeanne Wilcox

58

Intervention Enrollment in Infant Siblings At-risk for
an Autism Spectrum Disorder
Taylor Day, John Mahalchak, Sarah Hannigen,
Holly Gastgeb, Mark Strauss

59

Using a grpho-motor symbol task for studying skill
acquisition in children with language impairment
Esther Adi-Japha, Mona Julius, Orli StrulovichSchwartz, Haia Abu-Asba, Zivit Shechter

60

Word-Reference Mapping and Lexical-Tone
Perception Abilities in Two-Year-Old Late-Talking
Children.
Lu Shin-hui, Tsao Feng-Ming

44

Teaching Young Children the Symbolic Function of
an Object
Olga Peralta, María Maita, Florencia Mareovich

45

The Effects of Friendly Touch on Compliance in
Children
Julia Leonard, Anna Shusterman, Talia Berkowitz

46

Concurrent and Longitudinal Associations between
Aspects of Self-Regulation and Preschool
Counting and Calculation Math Abilities
Alicia Miao, Guadalupe Diaz, Megan McClelland

47

The Development of Cognitive Control in 5- and 6Year-Olds: Qualitative Changes in the Temporal
Dynamics of Goal Setting
Joanna Lucenet, Agnès Blaye, Jutta Kray

48

Prospective Associations Among Self-Regulation,
Teacher-Child Relationships, and Achievement in
Chinese American Immigrant Children
Jennifer Ly, Qing Zhou, Stephen Chen

49

Children's Reasoning about Reflection and
Impulsivity
Judith Danovitch

50

Effects of Visual Impairment on Infant
Development
Elena Sakkalou, Michelle O'Reilly, Alison Salt,
Michelle de Haan, Naomi Dale

61

Predictors of Language Outcomes for MandarinSpeaking Late Talkers: A Longitudinal Study from
Two to Four Years of Age
Huei-Mei Liu, Feng-Ming Tsao

51

Identifying the Nature of Very Preterm Children's
Mathematics Difficulties
Victoria Simms, Sarah Clayton, Lucy Cragg,
Camilla Gilmore, Neil Marlow, Samantha Johnson

62

The Helpless Child: The Effect of Marital Conflict
on Child Psychopathology and Child Involvement
in Interparental Disagreements
Kelly Kuznicki, Edward Cummings, Patrick Davies

52

Testing Measurement Invariance of Functional
Factors of Father Involvement In Families of
Children with Disabilities
Justin Kern, Brent McBride, Daniel Laxman, W.
Justin Dyer, Rosa Santos, Niwako Sugimura,
Laurie Jeans

63

Autistic disorder in non-institutionalized children
adopted after early severe maltreatment
Jonathan Green, Catherine Kay, Kathy Leadbitter

64

Are Impulsive Preschoolers Living in Poverty More
Likely to Have Behavior Problems Than Those
who are not?
Rosemarie DiBiase, Patrice Miller

65

The Nature and Timing of Social Deficits in Child
and Adolescent Offspring of Parents with
Schizophrenia
Leslie Brown, Ashley Smith, Gretchen Haas

53

Participation of children with Down syndrome: the
role of mastery motivation and limitation in
functional skill.
Michiel Volman

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Adolescent Worrying and Rumination: Bidirectional
Associations With Parental Criticism in a 6-Year
Longitudinal Community Study
Stefanie Nelemans, William Hale, Susan Branje,
Wim Meeus

77

The Impact of Parent Stress on Child Stress and
Child Quality of Life Outcomes for Children with
Serious Medical Illness
Jeannette Robb, Shauna Tominey, Steven
Southwick, Linda Mayes

67

The Reciprocal Relationships between
Internalizing and Externalizing Problems:
Parenting as a mediator, predictor, and its
consequences
Eunju Lee

78

Exposure to Violence Predicting Later Stress:
Examining the Role of Parental Support
Sophie Aiyer, Alison Miller, Andria Eisman, Sarah
Stoddard, Marc Zimmerman

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Temperamental and Maternal Influences on
Internalizing Problems and Depressive Symptoms
in Adolescence
Natalie Hadad, John Bates, Kenneth Dodge,
Jennifer Lansford, Gregory Pettit, Darlene Kertes

Developmental Pathways of Young Adulthood
Marijuana Use
Michelle Englund, Jessica Siebenbruner

80

Young Mothers in Substance Abuse Recovery:
Factors Associated with Parental Stress
Sherina Persaud

81

The Influence of Music Training on Chinese
Children's School Performance and IQ
Weiyi Ma, Hua Yang, Dongyin Mei, Li Sha, Xu
Cheng

82

The association between music lessons and
academic self-concept in 11- to 14-year-old
children
Franziska Degé, Gudrun Schwarzer

83

Predicting who takes music lessons and for how
long: The role of demographic, cognitive, and
personality variables
Kathleen Corrigall, E. Glenn Schellenberg

84

It's About Time: Comparing the Effectiveness of
Time-Reform Approaches on Narrowing the
Achievement Gap
Amanda Koury

85

Educator Strategies and Children's Early Literacy
Milestones in Group Library Storytime Settings
Erika Feldman, Katie Campana, Janet Capps,
Ivette Bayo, Eliza Dresang, Kathleen Burnett

86

How Youth Form Trust in Adult Leaders of ProjectBased Youth Programs
Aisha Griffith

87

Assessing Program Quality in After School
Programs: A Comparison of Parents' and
Teachers' Evaluations
Lisa Sullivan, Sheri Hembree

88

Prediction of Early Math Skills from Multiple Home
Numeracy Measures
JinHee Hur, Seung-Hee Son

69

A Prospective, Longitudinal Examination of the
Influence of Childhood Home and School Contexts
on Psychopathy in Adolescence
Jacqueline Horan, Joshua Brown, Stephanie
Jones, J. Lawrence Aber

70

Patterns of Friendship in Narcissistic Children
R. Poppy Wilkinson, William Bukowski, Catherine
Bagwell

71

The distribution of psychopathic traits in nonclinical samples of children and the relations to
behavioral and trait empathy
Tracy Cassels, Susan Birch

72

Perceived pressure to conform out of fear of
rejection, or because of strong negative reactivity
to conflict, predicts preadolescent
psychopathology beyond the contribution of
attachment
Elia Psouni, Hans Bengtsson

73

Preadolescent's Intolerance of Uncertainty and its
Relationship to Emotional and Behavioral
Problems
Hans Bengtsson, Elia Psouni

74

Effects of Parent-Child and Teacher-Child
Relationships on Child Adjustment across the
Early School Years.
Betty Lin, Rebecca Newland, Emily Gerstein, Keith
Crnic, Jan Blacher, Bruce Baker

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Emotion Recovery and Autonomic Function in
Post-Institutionalized Children
Elisa Esposito, Sarah Stellern, Bonny Donzella,
Megan Gunnar
Stress, Coping, and Parenting Efficacy in Mothers
of Low-Birth-Weight Preterm Infants in Taiwan
Hui-Chin Hsu, Suh-Fang Jeng

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Effects of a Kindergarten and Home Literacy
Program. A Project With Children Living in Poverty
in Argentina
Alejandra Stein, Celia Rosemberg, Maia Migdalek

90

Home-Learning Activities, Maternal Education, and
Children's Achievement during the Transition to
School
Priscilla Goble, Carey Cooper, Aprile Benner

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100

The Contribution of Preschool Children's
Engagement With Pre-Academic Classroom
Activities, Teacher Engagement, and Teaching
Practices to School Readiness
Catherine Tsao, Carollee Howes, Jennifer
Marcella, Michelle Baldanza

101

The Role of Head Start in Improving Teacher-Child
Relationships for Children Exhibiting Challenging
Behavior
Alexis Tracy, Shannon Lipscomb

102

Profiles of Social Withdrawal in Late Childhood:
Consequences for Academic Engagement and
Achievement
Casey Sechler, Gary Ladd, Karen Kochel, Idean
Ettekal, Becky Kochenderfer-Ladd

Mathematics and Reading Achievement in Early
Childhood
Jill Jacobi-Vessels, Elizabeth Brown, Victoria
Molfese

103

The Effects of a Kindergarten Phonological
Awareness Intervention With and Without Name
Letter Use
Jill Jacobi-Vessels

Are There Dangers to Being Central in a Social
Network?
Price Johnson, Justin Vollet, Thomas Kindermann

104

Reducing avoidance behaviors among struggling
readers: A summer reading program intervention
Melissa Orkin

An Evaluation of a Program to Increase Physical
Activity in Child Care
Allison De Marco, Susan Zeisel, Samuel Odom

105

Home Literacy Environment and Reading
Achievement of Indian Children
Prahbhjot Malhi, Bhavneet Bharti, Manjit Sidhu

106

Gender and the Transmission of Risk: A
Prospective Study of Adolescent Girls Exposed to
Maternal Versus Paternal Interparental Violence
Tania Bartolo, Marlene Moretti, Kathleen Slaney,
Candice Odgers, Stephanie Craig

107

The effects of witnessing intimate partner violence
on preschoolers' empathic responses to maternal
distress
Teresa Lind, Mary Dozier

108

Intimate Partner Violence and Children's Executive
Functioning
Hanna Gustafsson, Jennifer Coffman, Martha Cox

109

Puerto Rican Adolescents' Decision-Making
Autonomy and Their Family Relationships
Myriam Villalobos, Judi Smetana

110

The Effect of House Hold Rules on Adolescent
Decision Making About Risky Behavior
Samantha Johansen, Lise Youngblade

111

Timing of maternal return-to-work and child
development in the first year of life in Chile
Marigen Narea

Promoting positive peer relations in an academic
task: An examination through APIM
Dawn England, Naomi Andrews, Carol Martin,
Matthew DiDonato, Laura Hanish

Role of educators for difficult motor skill acquisition
in 5 y old children
Patrizia Tortella, Fiorino Tessaro, Guido
Francesco Fumagalli
Fifth Grade Executive Function Mediating
Relations Between Third Grade Sports
Participation and Fifth Grade Academic
Achievement
Derek Becker, Megan McClelland
Do the Effects of Head Start Vary by Parental Preacademic Stimulation? Results from the Head
Start Impact Study
Elizabeth Miller

98

The effect of knowledge about disabilities and
experience with peers with disabilities on the
attitudes of kindergarten students
Anke Boer

99

Preschool Participation and Reductions in Adult
Substance Abuse: The Role of Social
Competencies
Alison Giovanelli, C. Momoko Hayakawa, Arthur
Reynolds

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Too Much Crying: Maternal Perception of Infant
Crying and Maternal Well-Being
Tiffany Burkhardt, Linda Gilkerson, Larry Gray,
Keri Heilman, Stephen Porges

113

Boundary Problems During Triadic Family
Interaction at 3 years: Are Some Children More
Vulnerable Than Others?
Aya Shigeto, Cynthia Neff, Sarah Mangelsdorf,
Geoffrey Brown, Maria Wong, Allison Jessee

114

Which Family Life Variables Prove Most Useful for
Predicting High School Students' First Oral Sex
Experiences?
Cindy Meston, Lucia O'Sullivan, Justine Gibbings

115

Father's Parenting Behavior, Attachment Security,
and Infant Cortisol Responses
Ekjyot Saini, Wonjung Oh, Patty Kuo, Brenda
Volling

116

Father Socialization In Sikh Immigrant Families
Towards Ethno-Religious Identity Formation In
Their Sons
Meenal Rana

117

Fathers' and Mothers' Involvement in Children's
School Work in Two-Parent Latino Families
Ziarat Hossain, Lee Soyoung

118

Adaptation issues in the foster care mother and
child: The mediating effect of the parent-child
interactions
Annabelle Cournoyer, Sophie Demers-Bédard,
Janie St-Onge, Karine Dubois-Comtois, Chantal
Cyr, Ellen Moss

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The Moderating Effect of Lenght of Stay in Foster
Care on the Link Between Mother-Child
Interactions and Child Behavior Problems
Janie St-Onge, Andra Lorent, Sophie DemersBédard, Annabelle Cournoyer, Karine DuboisComtois, Chantal Cyr, Ellen Moss
Maltreated Foster Children's Internalization of
Parental Standards
Aimée Drouin Duncan, Carlomagno Panlilio,
Colleen Morrison, Brenda Jones Harden
Homeless Mothers' Parenting Stress and their
Children's Functioning: Associations with
Substance Use and Depressive Symptoms
Gizem Erdem, Natasha Slesnick
Quality of Father-infant Interactions Following the
"Baby Elmo" Intervention
Marisa Morin, Benjamin Richeda, Carole Shauffer,
Jennifer Rodriguez, Natalie Brito, Rachel Barr

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Maternal Incarceration: Effects on Caregivers'
Mental Health
Adrian Bravo, Danielle Dallaire, Janice Zeman

124

Relationship-Focused Intervention for Maternal
Substance Use Improves Maternal Outcomes and
Reduces Child Behavioral Problems
Stacey Espinet, Mary Motz, Jessica Jeong, Debra
Pepler, Jennifer Jenkins

125

Parent training in the Nurtured Heart Approach:
Effects on parents' well-being, practices, and
perception of child strengths.
Alison Brennan, Joel Hektner

126

Promoting Responsive Parenting for Low-SES
Families in Healthcare: Long-term Impacts of the
Video Interaction Project
Carolyn Cates, Alan Mendelsohn, Benard Dreyer,
Samantha Berkule, Adriana Weisleder, Catherine
Tamis-LeMonda, Kristina Vlahovicova

127

Promoting Self-regulation of Low-SES Young
Children in Healthcare: Long-term Impacts of the
Video Interaction Project
Alan Mendelsohn, Carolyn Cates, Benard Dreyer,
Samantha Berkule, Adriana Weisleder, Jenny
Arevalo, Jennifer Ledesma

128

Urban Adolescents' Motivation & Beliefs for
Healthy Eating
Lilia Mucka, Jaclyn Issner, Matthew Carroll,
Patricia Richardson, Jennifer Speer, Jeffrey
Kuentzel, Douglas Barnett

129

Peer Norms Versus Peer Talk: Additive and
Interactive Associations with Adolescents' Risk
Behavior
Esti Iturralde, Gayla Margolin

130

Developmental Trajectories of Health-promoting
Behaviors between Adolescence and Young
Adulthood
Julia Tang, Laura Wray-Lake

131

CONDOM USE PROMOTION STRATEGIES FOR
HIV& AIDS PREVENTION AMONG YOUTH IN
SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KENYA
Noel Malanda

132

Predictors of change in risky sexual behavior
among African American youth as a function of
gender and relationship status
Tiarney Ritchwood

133

Are Early Communicative Gestures Universal?
Infants' Spontaneous Gestures in Taiwan,
Germany, and the U.S.
Alicia Kwon, Claire Vallotton, Mechthild
Kiegelmann

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Early Language Experience Predicts Processing
Efficiency and Vocabulary in Spanish-learning
Infants in the U.S. and Mexico
Nancy Otero, Adriana Weisleder, Virginia
Marchman, Nereyda Hurtado, Viviana Limón,
Anne Fernald

147

Learning words based on verbal descriptions
Tiffany Tassin, Maria Osina, Megan Saylor,
Patricia Ganea

Language Development and Behavioural
Tendencies in Normally Developed Toddlers
Ann-Katrin Bockmann

148

Early Singular-Plural and Plural-Singular
Production of Familiar and Novel Words in
Spanish
Roberto Abreu-Mendoza, Abril PlascenciaGonzález, Natalia Arias-Trejo

The Role of Executive Functioning in Vocabulary
Learning During Shared Book Reading
Autumn Palmiter, Hailey Cuomo, Catherine
Hrabrick, Jeanne Day

149

Binomial Mixture Models of Behavior
Neil Berthier

150

More Variety for Infants - Collecting Larger
Volumes of Data and Decreasing Attrition in an
Infant ERP-Study
Manuela Stets, Mike Burt, Vincent Reid

151

Validation of an Experimental Distressed Baby
Simulator (BSIM) Task
Kayde Merrell, Kate Oddi, Mary Nasca, Victoria
Yopst, Ashley Clemons, Helena Rutherford, Linda
Mayes, David Bridgett

152

Civic Development During the Transition to
Adulthood Within a Non-Democratic Context: The
Case of Mainland China
Jonathan Zaff, Wei Zhang, Dongjian Deng, Moon
Li, Shuangju Zhen, Jingtong Pan

153

Parents' and Children's Civic Values
Elizabeth White, Rashmita Mistry

154

Children's Volunteering in the Upper Elementary
Grades
Elizabeth White, Rashmita Mistry

155

Gang Rewards and Consequences as Perceived
by Youth at Greater and Lesser Risk of
Delinquency
Eric Mah, Brooke Knowlton, Antony Mudim, Isabel
Scott, Roger Tweed, Gira Bhatt, Stephen Dooley,
Nathalie Gagnon, Jodie Viljoen, Kevin Douglas

156

The protective effects of religiosity and spirituality
on delinquency: Results among high-risk and
gang-involved Salvadoran youth
Christopher Salas-Wright, Rene Olate, Michael
Vaughn

159

Cross-modality Correspondences Are Not An
Innate Aspect of Perception: Synaesthesia
Emerges Late in Infancy
Nicholas Minar, David Lewkowicz

134

Developing Gestures for No and Yes: Head
Shaking and Nodding in Infancy
Viktoria Kettner, Jeremy Carpendale

135

The association between motor verb use and
iconic gesture production among preschool
children
Todd Pruner, Lisa Smithson, Laura Ritzen, Sandra
Wiebe

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Explaining children's difficulties with reversible
passives: A developmental multiple-paradigm
approach.
Ben Ambridge, Caroline Rowland, Franklin Chang,
Julian Piine

139

The Effects of Child Directed Speech on Grammar
Learning
Taylor Schembri, Cassandra Foursha-Stevenson

140

Lexical-semantic language organization in
monolingual developing brain
Louah Sirri, Pia Rämä

141

How Does Statistical Learning Support Lexical
Development? Predictability vs. Lexical
Organization
Jill Lany, Jenny Saffran

142

The process of continuous reorganization of a
complex semantic domain as children learn new
words: Learning of carry/hold verbs in Japanese
Noburo Saji, Mutsumi Imai

143

Phonological Representations, Phonological
Processing, and Reading in Cantonese-Chinese
Children
Kathy Shum, Joanna Kidd, Connie Ho, Terry Au

144

Genetic and Environmental Associations Between
Temperament and Vocabulary
Caitlin Canfield, Manjie Wang, Kimberly Saudino

145

Do 14-Month-Olds Generalize Newly Learnt
Labels in an Associative Learning Task?
Heather MacKenzie, Suzanne Curtin, Susan
Graham

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Anticipatory Reaching And Action Observation: Do
13-month-olds Make Goal Predictions Based on
the Shape of a Person's Hand?
Courtney Filippi, Amanda Woodward

161

Moving Self and Moving Others as Key
Components in the Negativity Bias During Infancy
Alison Heck, Robin Panneton

162

"I Can Be…." Anything? Playing With Barbie
Reduces Girls' Career Aspirations
Aurora Sherman, Eileen Zurbriggen

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Health Implications of Co-Rumination in
Friendships
Jennifer Homa, Chong Man Chow

173

Role of Fault Attributions and Other Factors in
Children's Anticipated Responses to Two Peers
with Undesirable Characteristics
Taylor Wadian, Mark Barnett, Tammy Sonnentag,
Marcella Nichols

174

Refusing to Fail: Over-persistence, Underpersistence and the Gender Gap in Science
Andrew Penner, Robb Willer

Working Memory and Social Functioning in
Children
Julia McQuade, Dianna Murray-Close, Erin
Shoulberg, Betsy Hoza

175

The Interaction of Expectations and Efficacy in
Predicting Frequency of Other-gender Interactions
Ryan Field, Cindy Miller, Karen Kochel, Shawna
Petersen, Kimberly Updegraff

Shame During Social Rejection Predicts Peer
Victimization but not Bullying
Dianna Lanteigne, Wendy Craig, Allison Rinne,
Tom Hollenstein

176

With Whom do Socially Dominant Preschoolers
Affiliate? Comparing Observational and
Sociometric Results Using Social Network
Analysis
Megan Fedor, Cary Roseth

177

Social Competence in Preschool Children:
Replication of Results and Clarification of a
Hierarchical Measurement Model
Carla Fernandes, Inês Peceguina, António Santos,
Nana Shin, Brian Vaughn, Marilia Fernandes,
Alexandra Pinto

165

From Sweethearts to Stalkers: Analysis of
Sexualization in Latina Girls' Media
Elizabeth McDade-Montez, Eileen Zurbriggen, Jan
Wallander, Linda Cameron

166

Relations of Cultural Orientation and Parenting
Style to Chinese American Children's Sympathy: A
Longitudinal Study
Alexandra Main, Qing Zhou, Charlene Lee, Jeffrey
Liew

167

The neural underpinnings for empathy for pain in
adolescence
Sandy Overgaauw, Berna Guroglu, Eveline Crone

178

Preschool Children's Reciprocity with Peers: Links
to Friendship Status and Peer Acceptance
Eric Lindsey, Malinda Colwell

168

Are Empathy and School Connectedness
Bidirectionally Associated in Middle School? A
Cross-Lagged Multi-Group Model
Alexandra Loukas, Milena Batanova

179

Peer Victimization and Co-Rumination: Influences
on Internalizing Problems and Health Outcomes
Maria Guarneri-White, Priya Iyer, Allyson Arana,
Lauri Jensen-Campbell

169

The Indirect Effects of Maternal Emotion
Socialization on Friendship Quality in Middle
Childhood
Bethany Blair, Nicole Perry, Susan Calkins, Susan
Keane

180

Development and Validation of a Self-Report
Measure of Children's Cyber-Victimization
Lauren Swift, Julie Hubbard, Megan Bookhout,
Marissa Smith

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170

Pathways from Emotional Competence to
Friendship Quality in Middle Childhood
Bethany Blair, Meghan Rose, Susan Keane,
Susan Calkins

Peer Bystanders: Reasons for Children's
Reluctance to Intervene in Bullying
Jameela Conway-Turrner, Julie MacEvoy

182

Adult Influences on Traditional and Cyber Bullying
Charles Borgen, Benjamin Glueck, Rona Novick,
Jenny Isaacs

183

Variations in sensitivity to parenting based on child
temperament; Predicting growth in social
competence in preschoolers
Stephanie Thompson, Cara Kiff, Liliana Lengua

171

Gossip as a Moderator Between Friendship
Conflict and Friendship Dissolution
Melissa Menzer, Kenneth Rubin, Cathryn BoothLaForce, Linda Rose-Krasnor, Nighisti Dawit

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Youth Responses to Peer Aggression: Links to
Relational, Reputational, and Physical
Victimization
Melanie Dirks, Laura Cuttini

196

Emotion Expression: An Analysis of the
Development of Gender Stereotypes through the
Expression of Emotion
Megan MacPherson

185

The Sims: A Social Improvement Mechanism for
Adolescents?
Adam Lobel, Rutger Engels, Anouk Tuijnman,
Thijs de Valk, Isabela Granic

197

The Relation Between Early Parent Emotion
Socialization Practices and Children's Later
Functioning
Claudia Lugo-Candelas, Elizabeth Harvey,
Rosanna Breaux

186

Youth's Responses to Victimization and
Associations with Internalizing Symptoms
Laura Cuttini, Melanie Dirks

198

Tell me a Story, Mommy! Elaborative Processes
and Emotion Socialization among Mother-Child
Dyads
Samantha Metler, Shawna Scott, Samantha
Daniel, Sarah Faubert, Jennifer Scammell, Kristen
Williams, Melissa Wuerch, Sylvia Voelker

199

Children's Descriptions of Friends' Emotion
Contingent Reactions
Katianne Howard Sharp, Rachel Tillery, Gabrielle
Banks, Paige Pirkey, Robert Cohen

200

Is It Empathy? Concerned Arousal and Impulsivity
as Two Distinct Predictors of Helping Behavior in
Early Childhood
Jacek Kolacz, Patricia Garrett-Peters, Jean-Louis
Gariepy, W. Roger Mills-Koonce, Michael
Willoughby

201

Feelings Predict Children's Expected Prosocial
Behavior
Daniel Grühn, Amy Halberstadt

187

The Role of Friends' Specific Types of Support and
Peer Acceptance in Predicting Social Anxiety for
Peer Victimized Youth
Amy Kaye, Cynthia Erdley

188

The Influence of Being Bullied on the Cortisol
Awakening Response, Symptoms Associated with
PTSD, and Physical Health Outcomes
Priya Iyer, Lauri Jensen-Campbell

189

Tuning the Developing Brain to Emotional Body
Expressions
Manuela Missana, Anthony P. Atkinson, Tobias
Grossmann

190

Infants' discrimination of vocal expressions of relief
and triumph across cultures
Melanie Soderstrom, Disa Sauter, Melissa
Reimchen

191

The Development of Categorical Perception of
Facial Emotions
Vivian Lee, M. Rutherford, Jenna Cheal

202

The development of empathy and associated
emotion regulation skills in bonobos, Pan paniscus
Zanna Clay, Frans de Waal

192

Infant Temperamental Reactivity Moderates the
Relation Between Attachment Security and
Emotion Regulation Strategies
Bo-Ram Kim, Douglas Teti

203

Victimization and Emotional Adjustment in Middle
School: Associations With Cognitive and Affective
Empathy
Samantha Lutz, Danielle Findley, Tiina Ojanen

193

Sleep Quality Affects Emotional Regulation and
Reactivity during the First Year of Life
Renee Stewart, Ni Jian, Douglas Teti

204

Toddlers at High Genetic Risk for Autism Are Less
Responsive to an Infant's Distress
Emily Schmidt, Nina Leezenbaum, Stephanie Fox,
Celia Brownell, Susan Campbell

194

An Examination of Mother-Child Discourse and
Emotion Regulation at 24 Months
Michael Morales, Isabelle Creste, Isabel MengualLuna, Shanzy Carter-Martinez, Kristen Fournier,
Sarah Malik, Jennifer Mikol

205

Exploring self-reflection and rumination in stress
narratives of emerging adults
Kelly Marin, Elena Rotondo

206

Developmental Shifts in Ultimate Goals from
Adolescence through Mid-Adulthood
William Dunlop, Lawrence Walker

195

Infants' Avoidance Tendency and Their Reactions
in Frustration
Shih Tseng Huang, Liwen Lee

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SELF-CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY AS
PREDICTORS OF DEPRESSED AFFECT AND
ACADEMIC FUNCTIONING IN EARLY
ADOLESCENTS FROM MONTREAL, CANADA
Annesha Mitra, Jonathan Santo, William Bukowski

208

Birth Order Influences Parents but not Children's
Perceptions of Children's Anxiety
Karen Hjortsvang, Kristin Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan

209

Early-emerging Behavior Problems and Parenting
in Early Childhood: A Longitudinal Investigation of
School and Social Adjustment
Julia Feldstein, Dale Stack, Lisa Serbin, Paul
Hastings, Rosemary Mills, Alex Schwartzman

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212

213

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217

Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-048) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Effect of environmental risk and externalizing
comorbidity on internalizing problems among
disadvantaged African American youth
Jingwen Liu, John Bolland, Danielle Dick, Brian
Mustanski, Darlene Kertes

1-048. Promoting Gratitude as a Skill for
Building Positive Connections Between
Adolescents and Society
Chair: Giacomo Bono
Discussant: Constance A. Flanagan

Infants' Abilities to Recognize Unjustified
Emotional Reactions
Sabrina Chiarella, Diane Poulin-Dubois
Emotion Beliefs and Feeding Beliefs among LowIncome African American and Caucasian Mothers
of Infants
Tiffany Martoccio, Holly Brophy-Herb, Mildred
Horodynski
The Effects of a School-Based Social-Emotional
Intervention for Low-Income Preschoolers: The
Complex Role of Emotion Understanding
Kassondra Silva, Tracy Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg,
Michael Sulik, Jennifer Betkowski, Christopher
Lonigan, Beth Phillips, Susan Landry, Heather
Taylor, Paul Swank
Right Frontal EEG Asymmetry and the
Disengagement of Attention from Negative Stimuli
in Children at Risk for Anxiety
Bradley Taber-Thomas, Santiago Morales, Nhi
Thai, Chris Danilo, Koraly Perez-Edgar

215

The Role of Attention Bias in the Link Between
Temperament and Socio-emotional Maladjustment
Xiaoxue Fu, Eran Auday, Bradley Taber-Thomas,
Santiago Morales, Elizabeth Allen, Nhi Thai,
Courtney Pfeifer, Chris Danilo, Koraly Perez-Edgar

216

Temperament-Language Relationships during the
First Formal Year of School
Natasha Gouge, Wallace Dixon

Maternal Warmth, Effortful Control, and Chinese
American Children's Socio-emotional
Development: The Moderating Role of Maternal
Acculturation
Jing Yu, Grace Calvin, Kathy Vu, Charissa Cheah,
Craig Hart



The Benefits of Gratitude to Adolescent
Development: Longitudinal Models of Gratitude,
Well-Being and Prosocial Behavior
Giacomo Bono, Jeffrey Froh, Robert Emmons, Noel
Card



The Expression of Gratitude and Materialism in
Childhood and Adolescence
Jonathan Tudge, Lia Freitas, Yudan Wang, Irina
Mokrova, Kamilah Legette



Evaluating the Effects of a Strength-Based, Summer
Intervention on Middle School Adolescents' Gratitude
and Subjective Well-Being
Jason Bird

(Event 1-049) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-049. Bridging the Gap Between
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: The
Role of Fathers in Helping with the
Transition to Adulthood
Chair: Kristina L. Huber
Discussant: Nina S. Mounts
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Parenting Styles and Practices Predict Academic
Adjustment among College Freshmen
Kristina Huber, Jonathan Mattanah, Janna Steinberg,
Jacqueline Boualavong, Maria Clemente, Tess
Krakoff, Edward Lomash
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

Fathering Behavior and Sons' Romantic Relationship
Quality: The Influence of Individual and
Constellations of Behavior
Jennifer Karre



Biopsychology at the Level of the Family: Parental
Cortisol Response to Challenge Predicts EA
Adjustment Across the College Transition
Vanessa Johnson, Susan Gans, Sean Deats



The Adolescent Relational Dialectic and the Peer
Roots of Adult Social Functioning
Joseph Allen, Joanna Chango, David Szwedo



The Paradox of Friendship Influence: Dynamic
Mechanisms Underlying the Amplification of
Aggression and Drug Use in Adolescence
Thomas Dishion, Mark Ryzin



Positive Peer Influences on Depressive and Anxiety
symptoms in Adolescence and Young Adulthood
Jacqueline Homel, Bonnie Leadbeater, Kara
Thompson

(Event 1-050) Paper Session
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-050. Exploring Adolescents' Psychosocial
Development in Relation to Parenting and
the Parent-Adolescent Relationship:
Evidence from Four Cultural Contexts

(Event 1-052) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-052. Lasting Connections between Early
Social Context and Adolescent Brain
Function: Longitudinal Perspectives on
Brain-Behavior Associations

Chair: Nancy Darling


How Authority Issues were Handled: Within-group
Variability in China
Yudan Wang, Richard Faldowski

Chair: Erika E. Forbes



Parent-Adolescent Relationship Profiles and the
Psychological Well-Being of Latino Youth
Mayra Bamaca-Colbert, Melinda Gonzales-Backen,
Peter Kim, Dayanna Reeves, Scott Plunkett, Tovah
Sands



Girls' Challenging Social Experiences in Early
Adolescence Predict Neural Response to Reward at
Age 16
Erika Forbes, Melynda Casement, Kathryn Keenan,
Amanda Guyer, Alison Hipwell



The Transformation of the Parent-Child Relationship
in Adolescence and its Consequences for
Psychosocial Development in Adulthood
Fred Berger

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

Emotional Abuse Is Associated with Altered
Amygdala Processing of Personally Relevant SocialEmotional Stimuli.
Sarah Whittle, Erika Forbes, Lisa Sheeber, Murat
Yücel, Julian Simmons, Nicholas Allen

Parenting Practices and Youth Psychosocial
Adjustment in Low-income Asian American/Pacific
Islander (AAPI) Families
Ji-Yeon Kim, Barbara DeBaryshe



Parenting Style in Childhood and Neural Response
to Peer Evaluation in Adolescence
Amanda Guyer, Kathryn Degnan, Johanna Jarcho,
Koraly Perez-Edgar, Daniel Pine, Eric Nelson,
Nathan Fox



Life Stress in Adolescence Is Associated with
Reward Function in the Transition to Adulthood
Melynda Casement, Samuel Musselman, Daniel
Shaw, Stephanie Sitnick, Erika Forbes

(Event 1-051) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-051. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly:
Expected and Unexpected Long-Term
Sequelae of Adolescent Peer Relationships
for Adult Functioning
Chair: Joseph P. Allen
Discussant: W. A. Collins

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(Event 1-053) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-055) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-053. Child-Specific Language
Environment in the Classroom: Research
Findings From 3 Studies Using the
Language Interaction Snapshot (LISn) (17)

1-055. Beyond competence: Implicit vs.
explicit theory of mind
Chair: Lu Wang
Discussant: Alan M. Leslie

Chair: Susan Sprachman
Discussant: Sally Atkins-Burnett


Linguistic Interactions and Quality of Classroom
Practices for Spanish-Speaking Dual Language
Learners
Ximena Franco, Dina Castro, Donna Bryant,
Christina Gillanders, Michael Willoughby, Marlene
Zepeda



Quality of the Classrooom Language Environment for
Preschool Spanish-Speaking Dual Language
Learners
Brook Sawyer, Carol Hammer, Lisa Lopez, Clancy
Blair



You Have to do What you Know and Believe:
Teacher beliefs, Reported practices, and Observed
Practices in Head Start classrooms
Kaveri Subrahmanyam, Marlene Zepeda, Araceli
Castellanos, Yvonne Ribas, Simona Montanari



Spontaneous Reasoning of Multiple Mental States
Lu Wang, Alan Leslie



Processing Demands Affect Young Children's
Performance in Both Spontaneous- and ElicitedResponse False-Belief Tasks
Rose Scott, Peipei Setoh, Renée Baillargeon



Do Implicit and Explicit ToM Have Different
Representational Constrains? Insights from Adult
Neuroimaging and Children with ASD
Ágnes Kovács, Erno Téglás, György Gergely,
Gergely Csibra

(Event 1-056) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-056. Oxytocin and Autism: Observational,
Genetic, and Neuroimaging Approaches
Chair: Nicole McDonald
Discussant: Kevin Pelphrey

(Event 1-054) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-054. Children's Relative Weighing of
Competing Attributes Influences their
Social and Epistemic Decisions



The Influence of OXTR and Parent-Child Interaction
on Empathy in Children at Risk for ASD
Nicole McDonald, Jason Baker, Daniel Messinger



Synchrony, Emotion Regulation, and Oxytocin in
Preschoolers with ASD
Ruth Feldman, Sharon Ostfeld-Etzion, Yael
Hirschler, Ofer Golan



Oxytocin's Impact on Brain Function and Social
Behavior in Children and Adolescents with ASD
Ilanit Gordon, Randi Bennett, Molly Lucas, Cara
Cordeaux, Brent Vander Wyk, Ruth Feldman, James
Leckman, Kevin Pelphrey

Chair: Bolivar Reyes Jaquez


The Strength of Young Children's Social Class and
Racial Attitudes
Kristin Shutts, Marissa Johnson, Kristina Olson



Evaluating Experts: Weighing Niceness, Meanness,
and Neutrality
Asheley Landrum, Candice Mills



Accuracy Trumps Accent in Children's Endorsement
of Object Labels
Kathleen Corriveau, Katherine Kinzler, Paul Harris



Age Differences in the Relative Weighing of Social
Characteristics
Bolivar Reyes Jaquez, Catharine Echols

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(Event 1-057) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-059) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-057. Preschoolers Transfer Information
From Fiction to Reality

1-059. Gene-environment interplay and
attachment quality across the life course

Chair: Patricia Ganea

Chair: Lee Raby
Discussant: Pasco Fearon



Relations Among Perceived Similarity, Familiarity,
and Beliefs about Reality
Maliki Ghossainy, Jacqueline Woolley



Possibility, Impossibility, and Analogical Transfer
from Fantasy Stories
Rebekah Richert



Children's Reasoning About Fictional
Representations and Reality
Patricia Ganea, Caren Walker



Children Selectively Acquire Generic Knowledge
From Shared Pretense
Ori Friedman, Shelbie Sutherland

Chair: Carmen Valdez
Discussant: Natasha Cabrera



Depression and Parental Involvement in
Children's Contexts: Direct and Indirect Effects
on Children's Social Competence
Simon Goldberg





Attachment, Personality and Genes: Findings from
the Regensburg Longitudinal Sample IV
Gottfried Spangler, Peter Zimmermann



Molecular Genetic Correlates of Infant and Adult
Attachment in the SECCYD?
Glenn Roisman, Cathryn Booth-LaForce, Jay Belsky

1-060. Understanding Cultural Implications
of Parent-Child Relationships: Patterns
from the Emotional Availability Scales in
Different Societies

1-058. The Social Context of Depression in
Ethnic Minority Populations

Neighborhood Disadvantage, Stability, and Ethnic
Homogeneity and Depressive Symptoms: A
Multilevel Analysis of a Predominantly Latino Sample
Amanda Bohlig

Genetic Contributions to Attachment Processes
across the Life Course: Findings from the Minnesota
Longitudinal Study of Risk and Adaptation
Lee Raby, Dante Cicchetti, Elizabeth Carlson, Byron
Egeland

(Event 1-060) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-058) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am





Moderator: Cory Shulman
Panelists: Zeynep Biringen, Marjo Flykt, Cory
Shulman, Cheung Hoi Shan

(Event 1-061) Paper Session
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-061. School Environment and Social and
Academic Functioning
Chair: Cynthia Hudley

With a Little Help From my Friends: Effects of a
Family Intervention on Parental Depression
Vansa Shewakramani Hanson



Self-Regulation in Kindergarten: Predicting TeacherChild Relationship Quality and Child Academic
Functioning
Ximena Portilla, Jelena Obradović, Parissa Ballard,
W. Thomas Boyce
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School Climate and Students' Social and Emotional
Outcomes: A Districtwide Study of Social and
Emotional Competence
Ann-Marie Faria, Leah Brown, Kimberly Kendziora,
David Osher



Student Academic Engagement: The Influence of the
College Environment
Cynthia Hudley



Race, Gender, and School Climate Effects on
Academic Outcomes: Testing Disidentification
Theory
Lorraine Taylor, Feihong Wang, Melissa DeRosier

Relationship Status, Reality Television, and
Emerging Adults' Interest in Cosmetic Surgery
Jessica Schulz, Emily Wood, Charlotte Markey
Adolescents' Body Modification Through UV
Exposure: Understanding Youths' Attitudes to
Tanning
Suzanne Prior, Kimberley Fenwick, Julia Bremner,
Megan Lamb
Self-Objectification and Tanning: Does Gender
Matter?
Meghan Gillen

(Event 1-063) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-063. Does Program Dosage Predict
Outcomes in Head Start and Early Head
Start?
Chair: Amy Madigan


Are Two Years Better Than One? Examining Dosage
of Head Start Attendees Using Propensity Score
Matching Methodology
Louisa Tarullo, Yange Xue, Margaret Burchinal



Dosage and Quality of Implementation in the Context
of Scale-up: The Head Start CARES Trial
Shira Mattera, Chrishana Lloyd, Michael Fishman

Chair: Elizabeth K. Johnson

Chair: Meghan M. Gillen
Discussant: John Worobey





1-064. Language Development and Speech
Perception

1-062. Adolescents' and Emerging Adults'
Body Modification Practices



Relationships Among Early Head Start Experiences
and Child, Parenting, and Family Outcomes
Jaime Thomas, Pia Caronongan, Cheri Vogel,
Kimberly Boller, Judith Cannon

(Event 1-064) Paper Session
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-062) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

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

Examining Multiple Dimensions of Participation in
Early Head Start
Pia Caronongan, Yange Xue, Cheri Vogel, Kimberly
Boller, Judith Cannon

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

Multi-Accent Language Input Affects Word
Recognition in Infancy
Marieke van Heugten, Elizabeth Johnson



Evidence for General Expansion: Exposure to Talker
Variability Supports Foreign-Accented Word
Learning in 24-Month-Olds
Rachel Schmale, Alejandrina Cristia, Amanda Seidl



Learning from Multiple Acoustic Cues for Phoneme
Acquisition: Infants' input, Infants' Perception, and
Neural Network Simulations
Titia Benders, Paul Boersma



Pitch contours in label learning: Flexibility of
monolingual and bilingual infants
Katharine Graf Estes, Jessica Hay

(Event 1-065) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-068) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-065. Children's Classroom Relationships
with Teachers and Peers: Further Steps
Towards a Conceptual Model

1-068. DRD4 for Better or for Worse? The
Complex Interplay Between Genes and
Environment

Chair: Karine Verschueren
Discussant: Jan N. Hughes

Chair: Esther Nederhof
Discussant: Sara Jaffee



Teacher-Student Interactions as Predictors of
Change in Student Social Acceptance and Rejection
Sterett Mercer, Amori Mikami

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

Transactional Links Between Teacher-Child
Relationship Quality and Perceived Versus
Sociometric Popularity
Steven De Laet, Sarah Doumen, Hilde Colpin,
Eleonora Vervoort, Karine Verschueren

Delinquency in Adolescence: Gene × Environment
Interactions involving the Dopamine D4 Receptor
Gene
Rabia Chhangur, Geertjan Overbeek, Maaike
Verhagen, Joyce Weeland, Walter Matthys, Rutger
Engels



Parental Divorce, Family Cohesion and DRD4
Genotype: Risks and Protection for Externalizing
Problems.
Esther Nederhof, Jay Belsky, Johan (Hans) Ormel,
Albertine Oldehinkel



DRD4 Moderates Associations Between Positive and
Negative Peer Experiences and Adolescent
Delinquency
Tina Kretschmer, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, René
Veenstra



The Importance of Peer-Student and TeacherStudent Relationships: Evidence From the
Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Jantine Spilt, Helma Koomen, Linda Harrison

(Event 1-066) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-066. Using Methods Reflective of Context
in Predicting Outcomes for Youth

(Event 1-069) Invited Address
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Moderator: Eyitayo Onifade
Panelists: Jodi Petersen, Christina Campbell,
Ashlee Barnes

1-069. The Colorization of North America's
Children: Science, Policy and Practice
Speaker: Cynthia Garcia Coll
Chair: Carola Suarez-Orozco

(Event 1-067) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Abstract: Due to various sociodemographic tendencies
in the 20th and 21st centuries, including disparate
economic growth, increase globalization, changes in
immigration policies and in population birthrates, the
colorization of North America's children is taking place.
This is no longer news, but the latest statistics are
showing that these processes are taking place much
faster than predicted. What are the consequences of
these demographic tendencies for how we conduct
research on understanding basic developmental
processes as well as environmental inputs that operate?
How should we use research to inform policies and
practices for the emerging majority of children? In this talk
I will review the historical record of theoretical paradigms
and research practices that have been used to study
these populations and their shortcomings as well as the
(continued)

1-067. The Urgent Need to Prevent
Maltreatment and Improve Outcomes for
Children involved in Child Welfare:
Research and Practice Lessons
Moderator: Lyscha Marcynyszyn
Panelists: Lisa Berlin, Kimberly Boller, Catherine
Ayoub, Erin McDonald

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failures of policies and practices based on these
frameworks. I will use our most recent research on the
Immigrant Paradox to exemplify a paradigm shift that will
provide for more relevant research and more effective
policies and practices to support not only our science but
our youth.

healthy development of EF. Research on prefrontal
cortical structure and function, for example, has
sharpened our understanding of the neurocognitive
processes underlying EF that may be targeted for
training. Research on brain development and neural
plasticity suggests that periods of relatively rapid change
in EF and EF-related neural systems are periods during
which EF-related neural systems show heightened
sensitivity to environmental influences. Following a brief
introduction that presents a view of neurocognitive
development as a dynamic process of adaptation wherein
increasingly efficient hierarchically arranged neural
systems are constructed in a largely use-dependent
fashion, three of the leading researchers in
developmental cognitive neuroscience will show how
neuroscience has informed their ideas about EF
interventions. Silvia Bunge (Berkeley), Yuko Munakata
(Boulder), and Stephanie Carlson (Minnesota) have each
added to our understanding of the nature of EF and its
development through neuroscientific investigations while
also exploring the implications for treatment, training, and
even best practices for teaching and parenting. Adele
Diamond (UBC), whose own pioneering research has
spanned both the basic neuroscience of EF and EF
interventions, serves as discussant.

Biography: Cynthia García Coll is
the Charles Pitts Robinson and John
Palmer Barstow Professor of
Education, Psychology and
Pediatrics at Brown University (on
leave) and Dean of Graduate
Programs and Research at the
College of Natural Sciences at the
University of Puerto Rico, Rio
Piedras campus. She received her
PhD in Personality and
Developmental Psychology from Harvard University in
1981. She has published extensively on the sociocultural
influences on child development with particular emphasis
on at-risk and minority populations. She has served on
the editorial boards of Child Development, Development
and Psychopathology, Infant Behavior and Development,
Infancy, Human Development and Developmental
Psychology (Editor). She served on the SRCD Governing
Council from 1996-2002 and is currently President of the
Society for the Study of Human Development and Chair
of the WT Grant Scholars Selection Committee. Dr.
Garcia Coll was the recipient of the 2009 SRCD's Cultural
and Contextual Contributions to Child Development
award and the 2011 Lectureship Award of the Society for
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Her current
research seeks to document and explain immigrant
pathways in education and risky behaviors as evidenced
by U.S. children and adolescents.

Biography: Philip David Zelazo
(PhD, Yale '93) is the Nancy M.
and John E. Lindahl Professor at
the Institute of Child Development,
University of Minnesota. From
1992-2007, he taught at the
University of Toronto, where he
held the Canada Research Chair in
Developmental Neuroscience. He
is a Fellow of APA, APS, and the
Mind and Life Institute; he is
President of the Jean Piaget
Society; and he is a member of several editorial boards,
including Child Development; Monographs of the SRCD;
Development and Psychopathology; Developmental
Cognitive Neuroscience; Cognitive Development;
Emotion; and Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He was
the co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of
Consciousness (Zelazo, Moscovitch, & Thompson, 2007),
and is the editor of the 2-volume Oxford Handbook of
Developmental Psychology.

(Event 1-070) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-070. Executive Function: Basic Science to
Intervention
Chair: Philip D. Zelazo
Discussant: Adele D. Diamond
Integrative Statement: Individual differences in
executive function (EF) skills in childhood predict a wide
range of important developmental outcomes, and EF is
increasingly a target of therapeutic, remedial, and
universal interventions. The talks in this symposium
address recent advances in neuroscience, including
research on the prolonged development of EF-related
neural systems (e.g., involving prefrontal cortex), and
discuss the implications of this research for the design
and implementation of effective ways to support the

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A Neuroscientific Perspective on the Cognitive
Training of Executive Function
Silvia Bunge



Building on Theory to Improve Executive Function:
The Case of Inhibitory Control
Yuko Munakata



Reflection Training to Promote Executive Function in
Preschool Children
Stephanie Carlson

(Event 1-071) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-073) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-071. Cyberbullying moderators and
mediators

1-073. Boundary Problems in Family
Relationships: Implications for Child,
Adolescent and Emerging Adult
Development

Chair: Douglas A. Gentile
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Predicting Cyberbullying Behavior in Late
Adolescence: The Importance of Attitudes
Douglas Gentile, Christopher Barlett

Chair: Gregory M. Fosco

Borderline Personality Disorder and Cyberbullying in
Adolescence
Sarah Coyne, David Nelson
Examining the Moderating Influence of Age in the
Relation between Cyber-bullying and Aggression: A
Meta-Analysis
Christopher Barlett

(Event 1-072) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

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Exploring the Causes and Consequences of
Children's Involvement in Parental Conflict
John Grych, Jessica Houston



Triangulation, Parent-Adolescent Hostility, and
Adolescent-Parent Hostility: A Family Process Model
for Adolescent Aggression Problems
Gregory Fosco, Melissa Lippold, Mark Feinberg

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Family Boundary Structures and Child Adjustment:
The Indirect Role of Emotional Reactivity
Kristin Lindahl, Neena Malik

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Autonomy with Connection: Parental Psychological
Control and Mutuality in Emerging Adults' Intimate
Relationships
Patricia Kerig, Julie Swanson, Rose Marie Ward

1-072. Biases in Cognitive and Emotional
Processing in Children of Depressed
Mothers

(Event 1-074) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Brandon Gibb
Discussant: Jennifer Silk
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A Gene x Environment Model of Risk for Attentional
Biases in Children of Depressed Mothers
Brandon Gibb, Lindsey Stone, Andrea Hanley, Katie
Burkhouse, Mary Woody, Jimmy Choi, Sydney
Meadows, Michael Van Wie, Valerie Knopik, John
McGeary

1-074. Instability in the Home and Childrens
Development: Trends, Triggers and
Implications on Outcomes



Emotional Reactivity in Children of Depressed and
Anxious Mothers
Katie Burkhouse, Greg Siegle, Brandon Gibb



Trends in the Effect of Family Instability on Parental
Resources and Child Wellbeing
Laura Tach



Maternal history of depression related to altered
error-related brain activity in youth
Alexandria Meyer, Greg Hajcak, Brandon Gibb

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The Prevalence and Correlates of Income Volatility
During Childhood
Heather Hill



Family Income Dynamics and Adolescent Schooling
Outcomes
Lisa Gennetian, Sharon Wolf

Chair: Pamela Morris
Discussant: Ariel Kalil

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(Event 1-075) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-075. Genetically Informed Analyses of
Antisocial Behavior: Marriage, Parenthood,
and the Transition From Adolescence to
Early Adulthood

(Event 1-077) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Erin E. Horn
Discussant: Mark A. Whisman
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1-077. Physiological Correlates of Child and
Adolescent Coping and Self Regulation

Teenage Childbirth and Young Adult Criminal
Convictions: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Criminal
Outcomes for Teenage Mothers
Claire Coyne, Nathalie Fontaine, Niklas Långström,
Paul Lichtenstein, Brian D'Onofrio

Chair: Martha E. Wadsworth

Antisocial Behavior Trajectories and the Transition to
Parenthood in Males and Females: A Behavior
Genetics Study
Sarah Ward, Matt McGue, William Iacono

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Socioeconomic Risk and Co-regulation of Children's
Physiological and Behavioral Responses to Stress:
Implications for Competence and Adjustment
Melissa Sturge-Apple, Michael Skibo, Jennifer Suor,
Patrick Davies



Children's Physiological Responses to Social Stress:
Associations with Self-reported Coping and Parent
Coping Socialization
Jason Bendezu, Martha Wadsworth, Jarl Ahlkvist,
Hannah Bianco

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Interactions Between Coping and Autonomic Arousal
Predict Adolescent Internalizing and Externalizing
Problems
Amy Paysnick, Keith Burt



Respiratory Sinus Arrythmia Reactivity as a
Moderator of Associations Between Parent Coping
Socialization and Adolescent Responses to Stress
Caitlin Wagner, Jamie Abaied, Wesley Sanders

A Genetically Informed Analysis of the Trajectory of
Antisocial Behavior From Adolescence to Early
Adulthood: The Role of Marriage
Erin Horn, Eric Turkheimer, Robert Emery

(Event 1-076) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-076. Processes of peer selection and
socialization on academic oriented
outcomes: social networks and behaviors
from elementary to high school contexts
Chair: Andres Molano
Discussant: Todd D. Little
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Academic Disengagement and Friendship Dynamics:
Selection and Influence Processes Among High
School Students
René Veenstra, Ashwin J. Rambaran, Andrea
Gorman, Daryaneh Badaly, David Schwartz

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Selection and Socialization based on Academic
Literacy Skills and Competences: Disentangling
academic peer effects among elementary school
students
Andres Molano, Stephanie Jones, Joshua Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber

Actor-oriented models of the co-evolution of
friendship networks and academic adjustment in
childhood and early adolescence
Scott Gest, Philip Rodkin

(Event 1-078) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-078. Mediating and Moderating
Mechanisms through which Intimate
Partner Violence Affects Children's
Behavioral Functioning
Chair: Alytia A. Levendosky
Discussant: Miriam Ehrensaft
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Exploring Affective and Adrenocortical Attunement
as Pathways Between Intimate Partner Violence and
Child Behavior Problems
Lia Martin, Alytia Levendosky, J. Audie Black
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Intimate Partner Violence and Fathers' Parenting: Do
His Depressive Symptoms Matter?
Victoria Mueller, Elizabeth Hoover, Ernest Jouriles,
Renee McDonald



Impact of Violence on Youths' Aggressive Beliefs
and Behaviors: The Role of Contextual Factors
Jessica Houston, John Grych



Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence in Early
Childhood and Behavior Problems: The Mediating
Role of Executive Functioning
J. Audie Black, Alytia Levendosky, Lia Martin

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(Event 1-080) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-080. Early Language and Literacy in Deaf
Individuals

Developmental changes in threat and self-blame for
preschoolers exposed to IPV
Laura Miller, Sandra Graham-Bermann, Kathryn
Howell

Chair: M.Diane Clark
Discussant: Jill P. Morford

(Event 1-079) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-079. Data-Driven Policy Decisions:
Research for Informed Change in North
Carolina's Quality Rating and Improvement
System
Chair: Linda Hestenes
Discussant: Kelly L. Maxwell
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TQRIS Measurement Development Project: The
Literature Review and Item Generation Process
Karen LaParo, Rena Hallam, Danielle Crosby,
Sharon Mims, Linda Hestenes, Edna Collins, Beth
Rous

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ASL Skills, Fingerspelling and Early Alphabetic
Knowledge
Thomas Allen, Song Choi



ASL Phonology as a Pathway to Literacy
Peter Crume

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Age of Acquisition of ASL and ASL Narrative
Comprehension
Rachel Mayberry, Marla Hatrak

(Event 1-081) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Working in Early Care and Education in North
Carolina: 2011 Workforce Study
Mary Martin, Sue Russell

1-081. Syntax and meaning: Mechanisms
for syntactic bootstrapping

Comparisons among Quality Measures in Child Care
Settings in North Carolina and their Links to
Outcomes for Young Children
Linda Hestenes, Victoria Kintner-Duffy, Yudan Wang,
Karen LaParo, Sharon Mims, Danielle Crosby,
Deborah Cassidy, Stephen Hestenes, Catherine
Scott-Little

Chair: Kyong-sun Jin

North Carolina's Pre-K Program: Performance and
Potential Benefits Beyond NC Pre-K Classrooms
Sharon Mims, Yudan Wang, Stephen Hestenes
Community Characteristics Related to Program
Participation in Environmental Assessments in North
Carolina's QRIS
Bridget Hatfield, Joanna Lower, Deborah Cassidy,
Richard Faldowski

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Early evidence for syntactic bootstrapping: 15month-olds use sentence structure in verb learning
Kyong-sun Jin, Cynthia Fisher

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Representations of causality in verb learning
Melissa Kline, Jesse Snedeker, Laura Schulz

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Predictive Parsing and the Acquisition of Thematic
Structure
Jeffrey Lidz, Aaron White

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Manner adverbials can provide informational support
for verb learning
Kristen Syrett, Sudha Arunachalam, Sandra
Waxman

(Event 1-082) Federal Agency Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-084) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-082. Federal Agency Panel Discussion

1-084. Longitudinal Associations among
Moral Disengagement and Bullying-Related
Behaviors

Chair: Martha Zaslow
Panelists: Caroline Ebanks, Peter Vishton, James
Griffin, Sarah Oberlander, Rebecca Leeb, Ruth
Perou, Cheryl Boyce, Christopher Sarampote

Chair: Kari J. Visconti

Integrative Statement: This panel discussion will include
representatives from a number of federal agencies,
including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
the Institute of Education Sciences, the National Science
Foundation, and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and
the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and
Evaluation within the Department of Health and Human
Services. Federal agency representatives will discuss
funding opportunities and the review process at different
agencies that are relevant to researchers at different
career stages. They will also discuss research initiatives
and data resources that may be of particular interest to
SRCD members and meeting attendees. The panel
discussion will include a period for questions and
answers and will also provide an opportunity for federal
agency representatives and session attendees to connect
through one-on-one conversations following the questionand-answer period.

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Aggressors and Aggressive-Victims: Do they Adopt
Similar Aggressive Moral Disengagement Practices?
Kay Bussey, Kirstin Barchia

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The Chicken and the Egg: Deficits in Morality and
Bullying Behaviors. A Cross-Lagged Latent Growth
Model
Fabio Sticca, Sonja Perren

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The Role of Moral Disengagement in the
Longitudinal Associations between Children's Social
Goals and Aggression
Kari Visconti, Gary Ladd, Becky Kochenderfer-Ladd

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Morally Disengaged and Defending? The Moderating
Role of Best Friend Characteristics
Caroline Doramajian, William Bukowski

(Event 1-085) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-083) Paper Symposium
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-085. Adolescent Sexual Behavior: Genes
and Macro to Micro Environmental
Contributors

1-083. Rethinking developmental
differences: What historical perspectives
can tell us

Chair: Sarah Moore

Chair: Vikram K. Jaswal



Risky Teens or Risky Environments? SES
Moderates the Relationship Between Personality and
Risky Sexual Behavior
Sarah Moore, K. Paige Harden, Jane Mendle

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Nonresident Fatherhood and Adolescent Sexual
Development
Rebecca Ryan



Standardization as a Form of Symbolic Violence
Michael Cole

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An Archaeology of Autism
Martin Packer, Juan Pablo Montero Martinez



Autism and the History of the Neurodiversity
Movement
Janette Dinishak



Smart Teens, Smart Friends, and the Timing of
Sexual Development
Natalie Kretsch, K. Paige Harden



A Developmental Perspective on Developmental
Differences: Historical and Contemporary
Contributions to a Universal Science of Humanity
Jacob Burack

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Sexual Communication Between Early Adolescents
and Their Dating Partners, Parents, and Best Friends
Laura Widman

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(Event 1-086) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-088) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-086. Beyond the "Aggressive" Label:
Further Examinations of Heterogeneity in
Aggressive Youth

1-088. Finding Better Measures of
Children's Emotion Understanding: Fear,
Disgust, and Pride

Chair: Kristina L. McDonald

Chair: Sherri Widen

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Conflicted Values?: The Social Motivations of
Aggressive-Prosocial Youth
Christopher O'Brien, Kristina McDonald, Maya
Benish-Weisman

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Mean Monsters, Slithering Snakes, and Culture:
Imaginary and Realistic Causes in American and
Palestinian Children's Fear Concept
Mary Kayyal, Sherri Widen, James Russell



Heterogeneity of Relationally Aggressive
Adolescents: Gender, Status, and Social Goals
Karmon Dyches, Lara Mayeux



Do Disgusted, Gross, and Yucky the Mean the Same
Thing to Children?
Sherri Widen



Subtypes of Aggressive and Prosocial
Preadolescents: Social Functions and Behavioral
Strategies
Tabitha Wurster, Hongling Xie



Deciding Who Feels Proud: Do Preschoolers Really
Recognize Expressions of Pride?
Nicole Nelson, James Russell

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Effectiveness of the KiVa Anti-Bullying Intervention
on Popular and Unpopular Bullies
Claire Garandeau, Ihno Lee, Christina Salmivalli

(Event 1-089) Paper Session
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-089. Language Development and Book
Sharing

(Event 1-087) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Catherine Tamis-LeMonda

1-087. Rejection Hurts - But Some Times
More than Other Times: Understanding the
Impact of Peer Rejection and its Moderators

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Shared Book Reading and Early Vocabulary
Development: Child Motivation as a Moderator
Christine Meng

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Links Between Peer Rejection, Social Self-Concept
and Childhood Internalizing Problems: Can The
Teacher Block The Process?
Pol van Lier, Jantine Spilt, Geertje Leflot, Patrick
Onghena, Hilde Colpin

Mothers' complex talk when sharing books with their
toddlers: Book genre matters
Angela Nyhout, Daniela O'Neill

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Being Rejected by Other-Sex Peers Protects Young
Adolescents Psychologically When Same-Sex Peer
Rejection Occurs
Julie Bowker, Andrea Markovic

Ethnic Variations in Mother-child Book-sharing and
Children's Storytelling Style
Rufan Luo, Yana Kuchirko, Eva Liang, Catherine
Tamis-LeMonda, Florrie Ng

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Exploring Mother-Child Gesture and Language
During a Picture-Book Activity: Implications for the
Achievement Gap?
Makeba Wilbourn, Laura Kuhn, Lynne VernonFeagans, Jacqueline Sims, Kristin Johnson, Michael
Willoughby

Chair: Sander Thomaes
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Reminding Secure Relationships: Source of Sorrow
or Solace?
Sander Thomaes, Albert Reijntjes



Social Exclusion in the Socially Anxious Youth:
Neural Correlates, Fear of Negative Evaluation and
Persistent Distress.
MIchael Crowley, Carla Marquez, Linda Mayes

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(Event 1-090) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 1-092) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

1-090. The Infant's Presentation of Fear:
Contexts, Cues, and Electrophysiological
Substrates

1-092. Extra-curricular activities and
positive youth development: A Canadian
longitudinal perspective

Chair: Sybil L. Hart
Discussant: Kristin A. Buss

Chair: Anne Bowker
Discussant: Bonnie Leadbeater

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Understanding Normal Variations of Fear: Context
and Memory
Anjolii Diaz, Martha Ann Bell

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Infant Detection of Exaggerated Fear: When More is
Less
Eric Walle, Joseph Campos

Psychological engagement in extra-curricular
activities: How interpersonal relationships within the
activity promote engagement.
Anne Bowker, Shannon Gadbois, Linda Rose
Krasnor, Leanne Findlay

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Adolescents' participation in organized activities and
adaptation in emerging adulthood: A
multidimensional and holistic approach
Annie Viau, Francois Poulin



Youth engagement and its relationship to adult civic
engagement
S. Pancer, Michael Pratt, Susan Alisat



Responses to Differential Treatment Among Infants
who Present Dysregulated Fear
Sybil Hart, Kazuko Behrens

(Event 1-091) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Thursday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

1-091. How Do New Implicit and Explicit
Measures of Social Cognition Inform Early
Academic Achievement and Engagement in
School?

(Event 1-093) Poster Session 3
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

Chair: Dario Cvencek
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Implicit math-gender stereotyping in childhood:
Examining the emergence and predictive ability of
age-specific stereotypes
Jennifer Steele, Amanda Williams, Leah Reisz, Anna
Loi, Doriann Shapiro
Singaporean children's math-gender stereotypes and
math self-concepts: Relation to math achievement
Manu Kapur, Dario Cvencek, Andrew Meltzoff

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The development of the implicit association system
Andrew Baron

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Cryin' over spilt milk? How at-risk children's selfconcepts influence academic achievement
Stephanie Fryberg

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Child Language Comprehension and Linguistic
Support in an Elicited Imitation Task: Effects on
Encoding and Generalization
Janice Phung, Helen Milojevich, Angela Lukowski

2

Specifying the Interference Effect for Words in the
Neonate Brain
Alissa Ferry, Jacques Mehler

3

The impact of external and internal monitoring on
preschooler's remembering
Caitlin Mahy, Louis Moses

4

Predicting Recollection: Electrophysiological
Indices of Recollection at Encoding Using
Objective and Subjective Measures in Children
and Adults
Alison Robey, Leslie Rollins, Tracy Riggins

5

Childhood Memories of Hearing and Deaf College
Students: Influences of Language Modality and
Timing of ASL Acquisition
Lynne Baker-Ward, Benjamin Brown, M.Diane
Clark, Alena Esposito

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Influence of Hippocampal Volume and
Connectivity With the Prefrontal Cortex on Memory
Ability in Early Childhood
Sarah Blankenship, Elizabeth Redcay, Tracy
Riggins

7

Feature Binding in Infants' Visual Short-Term
Memory
Shipra Kanjlia, Heidi Baumgartner, Steven Luck,
Lisa Oakes

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9

Six-to eight-month-old infants' visual short-term
memory for complex objects
Mee-Kyoung Kwon, Steven Luck, Lisa Oakes
Four- and eight-month-old infants' selective
attention to faces in complex arrays: an eyetracking study
Mee-Kyoung Kwon, Mielle Setoodehnia, Lisa
Oakes

10

Encoding Ensembles: Average Size
Representations in Infancy
Arin Tuerk

11

First Grade Transactional Influences Between
Child Behavior Problems, Teacher-Child
Relationships and Child Working Memory
Amber de Wilde, Pol van Lier, Hans Koot

12

Electrophysiological Evidence of Maternal Genetic
Effects on the Recognition Memory Abilities of
Breastfed 6-Month-Olds
Carol Cheatham

13

Neural Activity from Birth to 3-Months as a
Function of Feeding Patterns
Nancy Jones, Chloe Barrera, Krystal Mize, Jillian
Hardin

14

Maternal Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acid Status
in Early Pregnancy Predicts Children's Risk of
Problem Behaviour at age Five
Eva Loomans, Bea Van den Bergh, Maaike
Schelling, Tanja Vrijkotte, Manon van Eijsden

15

Elevated Pre-Gravid Maternal BMI Alters Cognition
in Infants as Indexed by ERPs
Neely Miller, Charles Nelson, Michael Georgieff

16

Behavioral Regulation in Newborn Infants of
Mothers Depressed During Pregnancy
Kristin Garber, Philip Zeskind

17

Sex-specific Susceptibility to Pre- and Postnatal
Environments Programs Infant Cognitive
Development
Jamie Amemiya, Kerry-Ann Grant, Natalie
Hernandez, Curt Sandman, Elysia Davis

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18

Maternal prenatal stress and child cognitive
development: A preliminary meta-analytic study
George Tarabulsy, Jessica Pearson, Marie-Pier
Vaillancourt-Morel, Eve-Line Bussières, François
Royer, Andrée-Anne Duchesneau, David Hatier,
Sara Tremblay

19

Enhancing Positive Affect in Youth: The
Physiological Effects of Mindfulness Meditation
Sarah Worch, Nancy Jones, Krystal Mize, Tami
McGruder, Brittnee McDole

20

Parenting Stress and Child Externalizing Behavior:
the Moderating Role of Skin Conductance
Reactivity To Emotional Stimuli
Giulia Buodo, Ughetta Moscardino, Sara Scrimin,
Gianmarco Altoè

21

Detection of Physiological and Affective
Responses to Violent Video Games Using Facial
Electromyography
Mary Ballard, Glenna Read, Doris Bazzini, Lisa
Emery

22

The Effects of Atypical Perinatal Sensory
Stimulation on Contingency Learning in Bobwhite
Quail Neonates
Namitha Raju, Lorraine Bahrick, Robert Lickliter

23

Preference for native speakers modulates infants'
song preference
Gaye Soley, Mireia Martin, Aina Pinyol, Nuria
Sebastian-Galles

24

The Whole Picture: Body Posture Recognition in
Infancy
Alyson Hock, Nicole Zieber, Ashley Kangas,
Ramesh Bhatt

25

The Effect of Biomechanical Properties of Motion
on 6-month-olds' Perception of Goal Directed
Grasping Actions
Elena Geangu, Irene Senna, Emanuela Croci,
Chiara Turati

26

Comparison and labeling support infants' online
goal anticipation
Laura Shneidman, Sarah Gerson, Erin Cannon,
Amanda Woodward

27

Source Monitoring and Executive Function in 2 ½year-olds
Suzanne Hala, Lee-Ann McKay, Alisha Brown,
Valerie San JUan

28

The Consequences of Trusting Unreliable Sources
Gayle Graham, Alicia Leslie, Jason Scofield

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Children's Developing Ability to Reason About the
Source and Possession of Their Own and Other's
Knowledge
Thomas Rucker, Tamar Kushnir, Cagla Aydin

30

Source Memory Development in Middle Childhood:
Contributions From Brain Electrical Activity and
Executive Functions
Vinaya Rajan, Kimberly Cuevas, Martha Ann Bell

31

The Epistemic Value of Fluency
Stephane Bernard, Fabrice Clément

32

Investigating Development of Spatial Orientation
and Navigation in Immersive Virtual Reality
Marko Nardini, Karin Petrini

33

Mapping of Sequences onto Space in Preliterate
Children
Laura Gibson, Daphne Maurer

34

The Brains Behind the Blocks: Investigating the
Processes Children Use in Block-Building
ToriAnne Davies, Roberta Golinkoff, Brian
Verdine, Kelsey Lucca, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek,
Gabrielle Farmer

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Parent use of spatial language with boy and girl
children during puzzle play
Raedy Ping, Susan Levine, Claire Bradley,
Jasmine Rayman-Kinney
Distinct Behavioural and Neural Correlates of
Imperative and Declarative Pointing: An EEG
Study
Nina Kühn-Popp, Susanne Kristen, Markus
Paulus, Jörg Meinhardt, Claudia Thoermer, Beate
Sodian
Temperamental Contributions to Infant Intention
Understanding
Jennifer LaBounty, Margaret Oliver, Emma Albrow,
Lindsey Bosse, Hannah Cooper, Kat McGinley,
Katy Nelson
Decomposing the Psychological Processes
Underlying Developmental Changes in Theory of
Mind
Alisha Coolin, Andre Aβfalg, Daniel Bernstein,
Wendy Thornton, Jessica Sommerville
Is the Sequence of ToM Development Universal or
Culture Specific? Evidence from a Sample of
Israeli Hebrew Speaking Preschoolers
Mati Zakai-Mashiach, Margalit Ziv, Esther Dromi
Developmental and cross-cultural evidence for
intuitive dualism
Maciej Chudek, Rita McNamara, Susan Birch,
Paul Bloom, Joseph Henrich

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41

Advancing Statistical Methods for Eye-Tracking
Investigations of Infant Learning
Kristen Swan, Natasha Kirkham

42

The Puzzle of Goal-Directed Predictions in 12Month-Old Infants
Manja Attig, Erin Cannon, Moritz Daum

43

Speed of Social Information Processing and Goal
Anticipation
Sheila Krogh-Jespersen, Amanda Woodward

44

Infant Shape Perception in Apparent Motion
Amy Hirshkowitz, Teresa Wilcox

45

Eye-tracking in the Community: the Relationship
Between Infant Attention to Social Cues and Their
Socio-economic, Ethnic, and Language
Background
Haiko Ballieux, Przemek Tomalski, Elena
Kushnerenko, Mark Johnson, Annette KarmiloffSmith, Derek Moore

46

When Searching for Similarity, Children
Spontaneously Use Perceptual (not Categorical)
Likeness, Regardless of Processing Mode
Ursula Anderson, Sara Cordes, Daniel Goldman

47

The Effect of Past Event Information on Children's
and Adults' Spontaneous Production of Generics
about People and Animals
Megan Smith, Kristin Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan

48

Brief Exposure to Non-native Language
Interactions Influences Object Categorization
During the First Year of Life
Yin-Juei Chang, Alissa Ferry, Nicole Hendrix,
Susan Hespos, Sandra Waxman

49

Categorization in Preschoolers: The Influence of
Labels and Facts
Megan Johanson, Anna Papafragou

50

Segmenting the Unfamiliar: The Goal Bias in
Action
Dani Levine, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta
Golinkoff

51

My Heart Made Me Do It: Children's Essentialist
Intuitions About Bodily Transplants
Meredith Meyer, Susan Gelman, Sarah-Jane
Leslie

52

The Role of Executive Function in the
Disappearance of the Gravity Error: A Training
Study
Igor Bascandziev, Lindsey Powell, Paul Harris,
Susan Carey

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From Young Children's Naïve Optimism to EffortDependent Optimism: Japanese Children's Beliefs
about the Stability of Traits
Nobuko Nakashima

64

Asking and Accepting Support: The Association
with Parenting Stress and Working Alliance in
Parents with Intellectual Disabilities
Marieke Meppelder, Carlo Schuengel, Sabina Kef

54

Vitalistic Reasoning in Children and Adults?
Kerry Simon, Florencia Anggoro, Melanie Forte,
Lauren Bellerose

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"What's in a Name?" Children's Ability to Track
Individual Identity Using Proper Names in Contrast
to Minds
Melanie Nyhof

Language Profile and Performances on Math
Assessments for Children with Mild Intellectual
Disabilities
Katherine Rhodes, Rose Sevcik, Robin Morris,
Mary Ann Romski

66

Measuring Barriers and Accommodations to Social
Inclusion and Participation of Children With an
Intellectual or Developmental Disability
Claude Normand, Julie Ruel, Andre Moreau,
Thierry Boyer

67

Application of Risk Factors in Predicting Ages and
Stages Questionnaire-Third Edition
Serra Acar, Jane Squires

68

Attention Disengagement as a Predictor of Later
Social-Communicative Behavior in Infants at High
Risk for Autism
Jennifer Wagner, Helen Tager-Flusberg, Charles
Nelson

69

Fostering Perspective-Taking in Written
Communication: The Effects of Visual Feedback
on Typical, ASD, and ADHD Populations
Valerie San JUan, Joan Peskin, Jayme Herman,
Michael Grossman

70

Disruptive sleep and settling patterns present early
markers for development of ASD in high-risk
infants
Rachel Kincade, Emily Jones, Karen Burner,
Annette Estes, Geraldine Dawson, Sara Webb

71

Using the Screening Tools for Autism in Two-YearOlds Taiwan Version (T-STAT) to Detect Toddlers
from 18 to 24 Months of Age
Chin-Chin Wu, Chung-Hsin Chiang, Yuh-Ming Hou

72

Early visual perception and interpersonal
relationships in autism spectrum disorders
Annika Hellendoorn, Irene Langstraat, Lex
Wijnroks, Emma van Daalen, Paul Leseman

73

Unconvincing Attempts to Protect Another's
Feelings: White Lie-Telling among Children with
Conduct Problems
Sarah Anderson, Megan Brunet, Leena Augimeri,
Kang Lee

74

Lying but not Deceiving: Antisocial Lie-telling in
Children With Conduct Problems
Megan Brunet, Sarah Anderson, Leena Augimeri,
Kang Lee

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Why do Children Perseverate on Measures of
Cognitive Flexibility? Insights From a New
Computerised Cognitive Flexibility Task
Lily FitzGibbon, Daniel Carroll, Lucy Cragg,
Danielle Matthews
Individual differences in hot executive function in
preschool: The contribution of maternal emotional
support
Sophie Parent, Christine Champagne, Philip
Zelazo, Richard Tremblay, Jean Séguin
Maternal Emotion Socialization Predicts
Improvement on an Affective Inhibitory Control
Task
Sarah Kahle, Jessica Grady, Jonas Miller, Paul
Hastings
Elementary School Children's Cheating Behavior
and its Cognitive Correlates
Xiao Ding, Danielle Omrin, Angela Evans, Genyue
Fu, Kang Lee
Flexible Delay Behavior and Executive Function in
Preschoolers
Wendy Lee, Stephanie Carlson
The Effect of Matacognition and Anxiety in
Mathematics on Pupil's Mathematical Word
Problems Solving
Yinghui Lai, Xiaoshuang Zhu, Yanjun Li, Daqing
Huang, Yinghe Chen
Adolescents with LD: Socioemotional and
Behavioral Functioning and Attachment
Relationships with Fathers, Mothers, and Teachers
Michal Al-Yagon
Relations Between Peer Victimization and Emotion
Dysregulation: The Role of Gender and Special
Education Status
Sarah Doyle, Terri Sullivan

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Negative Mood Predicts Impaired Executive
Control on Tasks Concerning Emotion in NonClinical Children
Lauren Wetzel, Katharine Blackwell

76

Does Emotion Regulation Moderate the
Association between Community Violence and
Depression among Low Income, Urban Children?
Lindsey Bruett, Elizabeth Steinberg, Jill
Rabinowitz, Deborah Drabick

77

The Prospective Effects of Paternal Depressive
Symptoms During Adolescence on Offspring
Internalizing Problems in Young Adulthood
Ben Reeb, Katherine Conger, Kristina Gelardi

78

Angry, Sad, and Worried: Patterns of Emotion
Processing in Disruptive and Anxious
Preschoolers
Sarah Martin, John Boekamp, Lauren Williamson,
Steven Barreto, Charlotte Henesy

79

Peer Acceptance Moderates the Association
between Harsh Parental Punishment and
Childhood Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Irene Tung, Steve Lee

86

Links Between Environmental Factors and
Psycho-Affective Development in Immigrant
Children From Developing Countries
Samuel Giroux, Anne Choquette, Marie-Claude
Guay

87

Language as a Predictor of Externalizing Problems
and Adaptive Skills
W. John Monopoli, Sharon Kingston

88

Relation between Parent Depression and Child
Externalizing Behaviors: Are Home Environment
and Child Affect Mediators?
Kristy DiSabatino, Laura Cook, Ferne Pinard,
Tammy Barry

89

Neural correlates of face familiarity in
institutionalized children: Relations with quality of
care
Paula Oliveira, Ana Osório, Ana Mesquita, Adriana
Sampaio, Ines Fachada, Lisandra Fernandes,
Pasco Fearon, Jay Belsky, Isabel Soares

90

Fearfulness and Positive Affectivity in PostInstitutionalized Children Shortly After Adoption
Sarah Stellern, Elisa Esposito, Megan Gunnar

80

Deriving Empirically-Validated Profiles of Children
with Disruptive Behavior: The Importance of
Internalizing and Callous/Unemotional Domains of
Psychopathology
Brendan Andrade, Geoff Sorge

91

Parental Use of Mental State Language and the
Development of Emotion Understanding in PostInstitutionalized Children
Amanda Tarullo, Adriana Herrera, Kristin Frenn,
Kristen Wiik, Melissa Garvin, Megan Gunnar

81

Adolescent Dating and Bulimic Symptoms: The
Role of Previous Sexual Experience
Andrea Hamel, Shannon Zaitsoff, Andrew Taylor,
Rosanne Menna, Daniel Le Grange

92

The Middle School Transition: Inter-group Attitudes
and Feelings of Belonging as a Function of Racial
Incongruence
Jessica Morales, Sandra Graham

82

Student Eating Disorders and Body Image on
College Campuses: Culturally-Sensitive Treatment
Approaches by Counselors
Jessica Phillips

93

The Impact of School Climate on Social Emotional
Adjustment in Kindergarten: A Multi-level Analysis
Phyllis Lee, Karen Bierman

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Outcomes of Disordered Eating Trajectories
Across Adolescence
Sarah Mitchell, Leah Brennan, Nicholas Allen

School Climate and Adolescents' Delinquency: A
Mediated Moderation Analysis of Effortful Control
and Deviant Peer Affiliation
Zhenzhou Bao, Dongping Li, Wei Zhang, Yanhui
Wang

84

The Impact of Sibling Relationships on Adolescent
Girls' Disordered Eating
Emily Haugen, Elizabeth Blodgett Salafia

95

A Longitudinal Study that Reveals Children's
Perceptions of a South African Primary School
Darlene DeMarie, Sierra Hillsman, Lily Cherian

96

Do Grades Shape Students' School Engagement?
The Psychological Consequences of Report Cards
at the Beginning of Secondary School
Astrid Poorthuis, Jaana Juvonen, Sander
Thomaes, Jaap Denissen, Bram Orobio de Castro,
Marcel van Aken

85

Does Difficult Temperament Moderate Genetic and
Environmental Influences on Externalizing
Problems?
Kimberly Saudino, Jody Ganiban

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Investigating the Impact of a School Ecology on
Young People's Mental Health and the Mediating
Role of School Connectedness
Stacey Waters, Therese Shaw, Donna Cross

109

The Impact of Dialogue and Lyrics on
Preschoolers' Ability to Learn Science Concepts
and Vocabulary from an Educational Video
Rachel Schechter

98

Towards a More Nuanced Understanding of the
Relationship Between Race, Ethnicity, and Student
Engagement in the Classroom
Sarah Phillips

110

Toddlers transfer constructive play learned on a
touchscreen tablet to real life objects in a
naturalistic setting
Mikkel Hansen

99

Development and Validity of an Observational
System of Student Engagement with Learning in
Low- Income Elementary School Children
Patricia Garrett-Peters, Irina Mokrova, Lynne
Vernon-Feagans

111

Developmental Precursors of Academic
Achievement Trajectories from 5 to 15: Effects by
Positive Parenting and Self-Control
Alexander Vazsonyi, James Selig

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Effects of Brief Analogical Training after TwoWeek Delay
Micah Goldwater, Dedre Gentner

Associations Among Inattention and Hyperactive
Symptoms, Executive Function, and Achievement
in Kindergarteners With/Without ADHD
Mojdeh Motamedi, Karen Bierman, Cynthia
Huang-Pollock

101

Effects of Structural and Perceptual Similarity in
Children's Learning of Experimental Design
Bryan Matlen, David Klahr

113

Academic performance of children with motor
coordination difficulties
Judith Wylie, Victoria Bell, Gerry Mulhern

114

The Effect of Visual Syntactic Text Formatting on
Adolescents' Reading Competencies
Youngmin Park, Mark Warschauer

115

Attachment Continuity and Discontinuity among a
Moderate-Risk, Rural Sample
Shari Kidwell, Kayla Sizemore, Katelyn Fugate,
Medina Jackson, Shelby House

102

Early Childhood Educators' Self-Efficacy in
Science, Math, and Literacy Instruction and
Science Practice in the Classroom
Hope Gerde, Laurie Van Egeren

103

Parent-Child Conversations During Hands-On
Activities in a Museum: Fostering STEM Learning
and Transfer
Maria Marcus, Philip Hoffman, Catherine Haden,
David Uttal

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Children's View on the Teacher-Child Relationship:
Validation of the Child Appraisal of Relationship
with Teacher Scale (CARTS)
Eleonora Vervoort, Sarah Doumen, Karine
Verschueren

The Intergenerational Transmission of NonCognitive Skills: The Impact of Parenting, SocioEconomic Status, and Child Cognition
Jennifer Clark, Stephani Hatch, Matthew Hotopf

117

Predictors of Teacher-child Relationship
Trajectories in Australian Elementary School
Children
Sue Walker, Donna Berthelsen, Linda Harrison

The Role of Reciprocal vs. Authoritarian Filial Piety
Attitudes in Chinese Youth's Psychological
Functioning: A Longitudinal Study
Li Lin, Qian Wang

118

Intergenerational Transmission of Couple
Resilience to Economic Pressure
April Masarik, Rand Conger

119

The Influences of Interparental Conflict and
Parenting on Children's Social Competence
Nadia Samad, Amy Slep, Richard Heyman

120

The Role of Negative Emotionality on Child
Adjustment to Interparental Conflict: DiathesisStress or Differential Susceptibility?
Rochelle Hentges, Patrick Davies, Dante Cicchetti

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Children's Perceptions of Teachers' Responses to
Bullying: Relational Schemas as Predictors of
Seeking Teachers' Assistance
Khaerannisa Cortes, Natalie Eggum, Becky
Kochenderfer-Ladd

107

Teacher-Child Relationships
Caroline Gooden, Zijia Li

108

Children's Media Comprehension: The
Relationship between Media Platform and
Executive Functioning Abilities
Susan Menkes, Tiffany Berry

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Interparental Aggression and Adolescent
Adjustment: The Role of Emotional Insecurity and
Adrenocortical Activity
Kathleen Bergman, Edward Cummings, Patrick
Davies

122

Impact of Deployment and Military Lifestyle on
Behaviour Problems in a Canadian Sample of
Preschool Children
Rachel Tupper, Jean-Francois Bureau, Diane StLaurent

123

Military Dads: A qualitative analysis of the early
parenting experiences of fathers who have served
Carolyn Dayton, Tova Neugut, Maria Muzik,
Katherine Rosenblum

124

Parental Perceptions of Stress and Parent-Child
Conflict During Military Reunification
Kimberlee Spencer, Katherine Rose

125

Developmental courses of Korean multicultural
children in marriage-based immigrant families: the
effect of immigrant mothers' korean language
proficiency and psychosocial states
Boram Lee, Yoon Kyung Choi, Nam hee Do, Mi
sun Yang

126

Mothers' Use of Negative Conditional Regard and
Children's Problem-Solving Strategies
Katherine Harder, Christopher Reeves, Leila
Zahedi, Patricia Smiley

127

Parenting of Latina Mothers: Exploring the
relationship between acculturation and maternal
restrictiveness and nurturance
Holly Farley, Yvette Harris, Charles Ganelin, Eva
Rodríguez González

128

Autonomy and Relatedness among US and Italian
Emerging Adults: The Relations with Parental
Practices and Psychological Adjustment
Sonia Ingoglia, Cristiano Inguglia, Alida Lo Coco,
Francesca Liga, Maria Grazia Lo Cricchio,
Charissa Cheah, Hui Jun Lim, Laura Rose

129

The Moderating Effects of Parental Warmth on the
Association between Parental Depression and
Child Social Functioning
Kimberly Raymond, Rachel Razza

130

Similarities and Differences in Turkish and
Chinese Immigrant Mothers' Expressions of
Warmth
Hilal Sen, Nan Zhou, H. Melis Yavuz, Christy
Leung, Bilge Yagmurlu, Charissa Cheah

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The Relationship Between Aggression and Inflated
Child Reports of Maternal Acceptance
Amanda Palo, Rashida Barner, Kyle Bersted,
Lisabeth DiLalla

132

How do parents read counting books to their
preverbal infants? An observational study
Thomas Cole, Sara Cordes

133

Perceptions of Infant Crying via Multiple Modalities
Jennifer Bisson, Sarah Sanborn, Josefine
Eriksson, James Green

134

Differential Effects of Mild Anxiety and Parenting
Stress on Mother-Infant Synchrony
Bridget Gamber, A. Neal-Beevers

135

Mother-Infant vs. Stranger-Infant Self- and
Interactive Contingency in Face-to-Face
Interaction
Beatrice Beebe, Nidhi Parashar, Nina Banerjee,
Daniel Messinger, Amy Margolis, Meghan Loeser,
Ella Bandes, Sara Van Hoose, Daniel Friedman,
Mirella Brussani, Daniel Vigliano, Karen Buck,
Sanghan Lee

136

Facilitators and Regulators: Predicting Mothers'
Subjective Experience of Attachment to their
Infants
Wendy Roncolato, Catherine McMahon, Kerry-Ann
Grant

137

Unpredictable Maternal Behavior during Infancy
Predicts Toddler Negative Emotionality
Sarah Peraza

138

How Do Nurturing Parenting Attitudes Influence
Moral Character Development and Flourishing?
Darcia Narvaez, Tracy Gleason, Jeff Brooks, Ying
Cheng, Jennifer Lefever, Lijuan Wang

139

Dyadic Parental Supportiveness: Relations to
Children's Social and Academic Competence
Brittany Boyer, Jackie Nelson

140

The role of prenatal distress and infant health
concerns
Shayna Coburn, Ida Rystad, Betty Lin, Linda
Luecken, Keith Crnic, Nancy Gonzales

141

Predictive and Mediating Relations Among
Parental Health and Depression, Food Insecurity,
and Child Health From 9 Months to Age 4 Years
Among Low-Income Families in the ECLS-B
Robin Harwood, Xin Feng

142

Parental Nutritional Knowledge and Child Dietary
Diversity
Noura Insolera

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The Role of Nutrition and Stimulation in the
Development of Ethiopian children
Daisy Singla, Frances Aboud, Grace Marquis,
Karim Bougma, Tizita Lemma, Husein Mohammed

144

Changing Health in Adolescents with Nutritional
Goals and Exercise (CHANGE): Problem
Recognition and Motivation in Urban Youth
Jaclyn Issner, Lilia Mucka, Douglas Barnett,
Mariam Hussain, Kayla Martin

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Psychosocial wellbeing and weight status
trajectory during early adolescence: Gender and
ethnic variations in the United States
Yiting Chang
Developmental Relations between Reference to
Characters in Narrative Discourse and Theory of
Mind Skills
Burcu Unlutabak, Ayhan Aksu-Koc
Factors Affecting the Development of Character
Referentiality in Preschoolers' Narratives
Lisa Connor, Ageliki Nicolopoulou
Social Comparisons and Self Evaluations in
Personal Storytelling: Narrative as a Socializing
Strategy in Taipei and Longwood
Eva Chian-Hui Chen, Peggy Miller, Heidi Fung,
Megan Olivarez

155

The Effect of Incentives on Children's Production
of Referential Statements
Anisha Varghese, Elizabeth Nilsen

156

Surprising Events Boost Preschoolers' Word
Learning
Aimee Stahl, Jessica Taggart, Lisa Feigenson

157

Quantifying the relationship between infant visual
attention, reaching, and lexical knowledge
Kristi Hendrickson, Samantha Mitsven, Margaret
Friend

158

Infants' Mapping of a Novel Word Presented in
Synchrony With Object's Motion
Yuka Ohtake, Etsuko Haryu

159

Developmental Trends in Language Processing
and Vocabulary in Preterm and Full Term Toddlers
Katherine Adams, Elizabeth Loi, Virginia
Marchman, Anne Fernald, Heidi Feldman

160

Stability of Language from Early Childhood to
Adolescence: A Latent Variable Approach
Chun-Shin Hahn

161

Learning from the experience: the implementation
of the second wave of the Chilean Early Childhood
Longitudinal Survey
Maria Jose Lagos Serrano, Lorena Rivera Aravena

149

Infants initially hear codas but do not store them
correctly
Caroline Junge, Clara Levelt

162

Modeling Developmental Trajectories Using an
Individualized Piecewise Growth Model
Keith Zvoch

150

Impairment in Phonological Awareness and
Memory Correlate with Comprehensive Language
Skills in Children with an Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Lauren Doyle, Danielle Rudder, Brandon Kopald,
Carly Demopoulos, Corlan Keller, Jeffrey Lewine

163

Empathy, Perception of Parental Bonding, and
Adult Attachment in Inmates and College Students
Hung-Chu Lin, Danielle Broussard, Janna Bourque

164

When the Apple Falls Close to the Family Tree:
Similar Moral Trait Integration Levels Increase
Prosocial Behavior and Empathy
Whitney Jeter, Brenda McDaniel

165

Psychometric properties of a moral identity
measure across adolescents and young adults
Deanna Opal, Sam Hardy, Gustavo Carlo

166

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ORE IN INFANTS:
A FACE GENDER STORY
Diana Su Tham

167

Developmental changes in infant race perception
over the first year of life: Insights from eye tracking
Sonya Troller-Renfree, Giulia Righi, Alissa
Westerlund, Charles Nelson

168

Infants Use Spoons with Rigid and Floppy Handles
Lily Rabinow, Qi Li, Björn Kahrs, Jennifer
Maldarelli, Jeffrey Lockman

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Vocal (Over-) Imitation in Pre-School Age
Children: Insights into Phonological Knowledge
and Speech Production
Katherine Winters, Cynthia Core, Francys Subiaul
The Development of Phonemic Awareness in 2.5Year-Old Children: Evidence Supporting the
Existence of Receptive, Precursory Knowledge
Brandi Kenner, Arielle Friehling, Laura Namy

153

What Happens When You Give a Toddler a Scalar
Alternative?
Amanda Pogue, Mathieu Le Corre

154

Cognitive flexibility supports preschoolers'
detection of communicative ambiguity
Randall Gillis, Elizabeth Nilsen

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The Motor and Learning Questionnaire (MLQ):
Assessing Early Motor Development via Parent
Report
Klaus Libertus, Rebecca Landa

181

Exploring Individual, Economic, Religious and
Political Bases of Youth Activism: A Palestinian
Example
Carolyn Spellings, Brian Barber

170

Hmong American Mothers' Ethnic Identity and their
Socialization Strategies in the United States
Pa Her

182

Gender Identity Moderates the Influence of Peer
Victimization on Children's Adjustment
James Handrinos, Rachel Pauletti, Patrick Cooper,
David Perry

171

Contexts of Adolescent Development in Armenia
Carol Huntsinger, Tatevik Shaboyan, Anna
Mkrtchyan Karapetyan

183

Gender identity and Sexist Beliefs in Girls
Patrick Cooper, Rachel Pauletti, James Handrinos,
David Perry

184

Incongruent Gender Identity: A Cause of
Aggression in Youth?
Patrick Cooper, James Handrinos, Rachel Pauletti,
David Perry

185

Prenatal Androgen Levels Moderate Links
Between Gender Identity and Adjustment
Adriene Beltz, Elizabeth Beckerman, Kristina Bryk,
Susan McHale, Sheri Berenbaum

186

Transactional Associations Between Popularity,
Friends' Characteristic, and School
Disengagement During Adolescence
Stéphane Cantin, Geneviève Taylor, Julien
Morizot, Frank Vitaro

187

The Role of Behavioral Subtypes of Friends in the
Relation Between Popularity and Academic
Functioning
Serenita Kumar, David Schwartz

188

The Interaction of Weight and Income on
Children's Peer Social Status
Julie Rutledge, Taren Swindle, Amanda Harrist,
Laura Hubbs-Tait, Glade Topham, Melanie Page,
Lenka Shriver

189

The Social Effect of Bouncing to Musical Beats
with 14-Month-Old Children
Laura Cirelli, Kathleen Einarson, Laurel Trainor

190

Emotion Priming Influences Prosocial Behavior in
Toddlers
Whitney Waugh, Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Jesse
Drummond, Alyssa Marchitelli, Celia Brownell

191

Respect and Peer Social Competence: Is it Better
to be Respectful or Respected?
Shannon Audley-Piotrowski, Yeh Hsueh, Robert
Cohen

192

Preschoolers' Perception and Use of
Morphological Self-Similarity in Others
Nadja Richter, Bernard Tiddeman, Daniel Haun

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On Being a "Thorough Girl": Agency, Authenticity,
and Respect in the Figured Worlds of Teen
Mothers
Cynthia Lightfoot
Ethnic Identity and Academic Motivation: A
Comparison of College and High School Latino
Students
Tim Urdan, Stacey Morris
Understanding Shyness in Japanese Culture: A
Prototype Study of Teachers' Perceptions of
Shyness in Elementary, Middle, and High School
Students
Xander Krieg, Yiyuan Xu
Health Knowledge Differences Between Rural
African Adolescents and Adults After Formal
Secondary Education is Introduced
Heidi Beebe, Mary Gauvain
Perceptions and Adaptation of Parenting Practices
Among South Asian Immigrants
Rubab Qureshi, Margaret Sullivan
Close Friendships and Peer Acceptance as
Possible Protective Factors for African American
Youth Exposed to Racial Discrimination
Jessica Henry, Sharon Lambert, Nicholas Ialongo
A Longitudinal Examination of Perceived Racial
Discrimination among Adolescents of Mexican
Origin: Patterns, Correlates, and Influences
Hairong Song, Maciel M. Hernández, Rand
Conger, Gary Stockdale
Trajectory Profiles of Ethnic-Racial Discrimination
and Their Psycho-Social Impact Among Ethnically
Diverse Early Adolescents
Erika Niwa, Niobe Way, Diane Hughes
Discrimination Experiences of Asian-American
Youth: Types of Experiences and Linguistic Links
to Well-Being
Kalpa Bhattacharjee, Melissa Bryson, Felicia Poh,
Kandace Andrews, Lisa Kiang

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Does childhood relational aggression predict to
later academic maladjustment?
Kristen Peairs, Yan Li, Martha Putallaz, Christina
Grimes, Katrina Blomquist

194

Longitudinal and Concurrent Contributions of Ego
Control, Ego Resilience and Social Functioning to
Relational Aggression and Victimization in Middle
Childhood
Niyantri Ravindran, Clio Pitula, Katherine Lingras,
Michelle Englund

205

Endorsing Achievement Goals Exacerbates the
Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect on Academic Selfconcept
Sofie Wouters, Hilde Colpin, Jan Van Damme,
Karine Verschueren

206

Cultural Differences in the Association Between
Fragile Self-Esteem and Academic Engagement in
Emerging Adulthood
Virgil Zeigler-Hill, Jennifer Vonk, Andrea Smith,
Jasmine Masri, Haijiang Li, Quinglin Zhang

195

Relational Aggression Predicts Perceived
Popularity in Elementary School Children
Meghan Rose, Susan Calkins, Susan Keane

207

Similarity and Group Membership: Influences on
Perception and Behavior in Toddlers
Amy O'Neill, Valerie Kuhlmeier

196

Parental Report of Beliefs and Intervention
Strategies for Children's Relational Aggression and
Parent and Teacher Reported Relational
Aggression
Jamison Harnish, Sheri Hembree

208

15-Month-Old Infants' Social Preferences Depend
on Both Fairness and Ethnicity
Monica Burns, Jessica Sommerville

209

Precursors of Coordinated Peer Play at 12 Months
Maria Legerstee, Gabriela Markova

210

Father Involvement in Activities of Leisure
Outdoors Associated with Social Competence of
Preschool Children in Day-care
Nuno Torres, Ligia Monteiro, Ines Pessoa e Costa,
Patricia Borges, Manuela Veríssimo, António
Santos

211

Mother-Child Dyadic Synchrony as Predictor of
Child's Socio-Emotional Competence: a
Longitudinal Study with Mexican American
Families
Paulina Velez-Gomez, Yvonne Caldera, Eric
Lindsey

212

Socialization through Ritual: How July 4th Primes
the Young for Patriotism
Cindy Clark

213

Considering Context and Process in an Evaluation
of the "Roots of Empathy," a Social Emotional
Learning Program
Veronica Smith, Kimberly Schonert-Reichl

Why Do You Like Yourself? Age Differences in
Self-Esteem Explanations from 5 to 10
Michelle Harris, Kali Trzesniewski, Richard Robins

214

Relationship between Unrealistically Optimistic
Beliefs in Early Childhood and Intelligence in
Middle Childhood
Yeonsoo Kim, Keumjoo Kwak, Seolgi Bak,
Hoyoung Kim, Angela Kim

Temperament and Infant Imitation
Ahmed Faress, Marian Pitel, Danusha
Nandamalavan, Zahra Emami, Lindsay Raoufi,
Camellia Dinyarian, David Haley

215

Studying cross-cultural differences in toddler
temperament: United States of America and Italy
Samuel Putnam, Patrizia Cozzi, Menesini Ersilia,
Maria Gartstein, Tiziana Aureli, Pamela Calussi,
Rosario Montirosso

197

Predicting Adolescents' Online Sexual Behavior
and its Relation to Sexual Experience
Suzan Doornwaard, Regina Eijnden, Tom ter Bogt

198

Consumption of online pornography among
adolescent girls
Anna Ševčíková, Kateřina Nešporová

199

Mother-Child Reminiscing About Negative Past
Events, Coping, and Self-Concept in Early
Childhood
Rebecca Goodvin, Lisa Romdall

200

Interactive Influences of Narcissism and Gender
Identity on Depression: A Test of the Self-Image
Failure Hypothesis
Meenakshi Menon, Harriet Moyes

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Development and Consequences of Children's
Social Self-Efficacy Rating Accuracy
Clark McKown, Jason Johnson, Nicole RussoPonsaran

The Relationship between Social Referencing and
Temperament in Infancy
Yeonsoo Kim, Keumjoo Kwak, Hoyoung Kim,
Angela Kim, Nari Jang

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Maternal Emotional Availability, Mother-perceived
Infant Temperament and Objectively-Assessed
Infant Sleep at Six Month
Ni Jian, Bo-Ram Kim, Douglas Teti

217

The Effects of Prematurity and Mixed-Handedness
on Children's Attentional Networks
Sarit Yaakoby - Rotem, Aviv Warsha, Renana
Ofek, Jessica Schreiber, Ronny Geva

(Event 1-095) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-095. Advances in the Use of Cortisol
Measures to Understand Risk Processes in
Trauma-Exposed Mother-Child Dyads
Chair: Kathy Stansbury
Discussant: Ruth Feldman

Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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(Event 1-094) Paper Session
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Synchrony in Cortisol Responses of Mothers and
Their 6-Month-Old Infants in a Trauma-Exposed
Sample
Kathy Stansbury, Maria Muzik, Erika Bocknek,
Marjorie Beeghly, Ellen McGinnis, Amanda Broderick

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Early Cortisol Awakening Response as A Biological
Risk Marker in Young Children
Ellen McGinnis, Amanda Broderick, Alex Buisito,
Nestor Lopez-Duran, Maria Muzik

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The Influence of Prenatal Intimate Partner Violence
Exposure on HPA Axis Reactivity and Childhood
Depressive Symptoms
Cecilia Martinez-Torteya, G. Anne Bogat, Alytia
Levendosky, Alexander von Eye

1-094. Self-Regulation and Executive
Functioning in Preschool
Chair: Daniel Berry
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Family Home Environment, Stress Physiology, and
Preschool Children's Classroom Behavior Regulation
Jared Lisonbee, Jacquelyn Mize

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The Effectiveness of Emotion Coaching for At-Risk
Preschoolers Displaying Internalized Versus
Externalized Behavior Problems
Tsu-Ming Chiang, Megan Costo, Amanda Brown,
Rebecca Frick, Elizabeth Hatzispiros, John Kim,
Kaylee Fiorello

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(Event 1-096) Paper Session
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-096. Fathers and Siblings: Contributions
of Understudied Family Members

Moving Beyond Cool Executive Function: Is Hot
Executive Function Useful?
Nancy Garon, Kiera Kent, Bethany Craig, Isabel
Smith, Susan Bryson

Chair: Brenda L. Volling

Classroom Processes and Self-Regulation Skills
Development: Effects of Classroom Emotional
Climate and Classroom Self-Regulation
Mary Fuhs, Kimberly Turner, Dale Farran

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Individual Differences in Firstborn Children's
Adjustment after the Arrival of a Baby Sibling
Brenda Volling, Richard Gonzalez, Tianyi Yu,
Wonjung Oh

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High Quality Sibling Play in Early Childhood Predicts
Later Psychiatric Health for Low-Income Boys
Sara Nichols, Celia Brownell, Daniel Shaw



Father Involvement: The Effects of Fathers, Mothers,
and Children
Selva Lewin-Bizan



Marital Conflict, Maternal Gatekeeping, and Father
Involvement: A Three-Wave Mediational Analysis
Matthew Stevenson, Go Woon Suh, William
Fabricius

(Event 1-097) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-099) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-097. Is positive affect always a good
thing?: Links to risk and resilience from
both developmental and clinical
perspectives

1-099. Self-Regulation and Academic
Achievement Within the Classroom Context

Chair: Kathryn A. Degnan
Discussant: Cynthia A. Stifter



Preschool Executive Control and Children's
Observed Classroom Behavior in the Transition to
Elementary School
Jennifer Mize Nelson, Hye-Jeong Choi, Tiffany
Sheffield, Caron Clark, Susan Sheridan, Kimberly
Espy



The Effect of Classmates' Self Regulation on Growth
in Individual Self Regulation and Literacy
Janelle Montroy, Ryan Bowles, Lori Skibbe



Examining the Relations between Self-Regulation
and Academic Achievement in Third Grade Students
Stephanie Day, Carol Connor



Comparing Teacher and Observer Ratings of Selfregulation for Predicting Achievement
Megan McClelland, Sara Schmitt, Megan Pratt



The role of positive affect and activity level in
predicting preschool behavior problems
Jessica Dollar, Cynthia Stifter, Kristin Buss



Temperamental Exuberance: Longitudinal Outcomes
in Young Adulthood
Kathryn Degnan, Ayelet Lahat, Laura MacPherson,
Carl Lejuez, Daniel Pine, Nathan Fox



Chair: Janelle J. Montroy

Positive emotionality and risk for depression:
Evidence from behavioral and neurobiological
indices
Thomas Olino, Erika Forbes, Jennifer Silk, Dana
McMakin, Judith Morgan, Boris Birmaher, David
Axelson, Ronald Dahl, Neal Ryan

(Event 1-100) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-098) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-100. Baby Sign to Baby FaceTime: New
Directions in Video Research

1-098. Childhood socioeconomic
disadvantage, neurobiological development
and mental health over the life-course

Chair: Lauren J. Myers

Chair: Katie A. McLaughlin




BDNF Allelic Variants Moderate Social Disparities in
Children's Basal Cortisol Expression
Nicole Bush, Maya Guendelman, Nancy Adler, W.
Thomas Boyce
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia as a Marker of Stress
Vulnerability in Youth: Implications for Internalizing
Psychopathology
Katie McLaughlin, Leslie Rith-Najarian, Margaret
Sheridan



White Matter Microstructure Correlates of Low
Socioeconomic Status in Adolescents
Kaja LeWinn, Miroslav Drahos, Colm Connolly,
Fumiko Hoeft, Tony Yang



Stress, neural function and child mental health: the
case of maternal social status
Margaret Sheridan, Charles Nelson

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

Parental Perceptions and Beliefs of Their Young
Children's Experience of Video Communication
Joanne Tarasuik, Jordy Kaufman



Infants Learn Communicative Signals From Video
With Video Deficit in Long-term Retention
Shoshana Dayanim, Laura Namy



Toddlers Learn Actions, Words and Patterns (But
Not People) From Contingent Online Video-chat
Lauren Myers, Rachel LeWitt, Renee Gallo



Children's Imitation of Foreign-Language Speakers
on Video
Katherine O'Doherty, Georgene Troseth

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(Event 1-101) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-101. Understanding Speaker Knowledge
through Verbal Expressions: Cross-Cultural
Comparisons
Chair: Tomoko Matsui
Discussant: Nancy Budwig
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(Event 1-103) Paper Session
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Input influence on development of evidential
reasoning
Youngon Choi

1-103. Parenting, Treatment, and Autism
Spectrum Disorders

Cross-linguistic difference in children's sensitivity to
speaker certainty: evidence from corpus and
experimental data
Yui Miura, Tomoko Matsui, Hannes Rakoczy,
Michael Tomasello

Chair: Connie Kasari

Reference to source of knowledge in adult questions
to children
Stanka Fitneva, Cagla Aydin

(Event 1-102) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-102. Home Visit Participation Patterns:
Relations to Home Visiting Intervention
Experiences and Outcomes



Can parents learn from a distance? A telehealth
approach to parent training in autism
Laurie Vismara, Carolyn McCormick, Gregory
Young, Anna Nadhan, Katerina Monlux



Parents' Learning and Children's Joint Engagement:
Intervention for Minimally Verbal Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Stephanie Patterson, Kelly Goods, Connie Kasari



Relative Effects of Two Comprehensive Treatment
Models on the Development of Preschool Children
with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Samuel Odom, Brian Boyd, Kara Hume



Diagnostic Status and Treatment effects on Joint
Attention, Play and Language growth over time in
children with ASD
Amanda Gulsrud, Gerhardt Hellemann, Connie
Kasari

Chair: Carla A. Peterson
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Differences in Home Visiting Service Delivery and
Outcomes Among Families of Different Ethnic
Backgrounds
Beth Green, Lori Roggman, Lorraine McKelvey,
Rachel Chazan Cohen, Jon Korfmacher, Dong
Zhang, Carla Peterson, Jane Atwater

Impacts of Early Head Start Home Visiting Programs
and the Role of Implementation of the Head Start
Program Performance Standards
Rachel Chazan Cohen, Brenda Jones Harden, Helen
Raikes, Cheri Vogel

(Event 1-104) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Home Visit Participation Patterns: Relations to Home
Visiting Intervention Experiences and Outcomes
Carla Peterson, Dong Zhang, Lori Roggman, Beth
Green, Rachel Chazan Cohen, Jane Atwater,
Lorraine McKelvey, Jon Korfmacher

1-104. Examining Peer Influences on
Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors:
Behavioral Neuroscience, Genetic, and
Socio-Contextual Perspectives

Home Visiting Services and Outcomes Among
Developmental and Non-developmental Parents
Lori Roggman, Gina Cook, Lorraine McKelvey, Carla
Peterson, Dong Zhang, Beth Green

Chair: Jessie J. Wong
Discussant: Laurence Steinberg
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Brain Activation After Exposure to Social and
Nicotine Rewards in Adolescent Rats
Natalie Peartree, Ryan Bastle, Angela Williams,
Kayla Chandler, Julianna Goenaga, Lauren Hood,
Janet Neisewander
(continued)



Examining Genetic Risk, Positive Expectancies, and
Peer Alcohol Use as Predictors of Alcohol-Related
Consequences
Kaitlin Bountress, Laurie Chassin



Adolescent Experimentation with Smoking and
Drinking: Social and Parental Influences
Jessie Wong, Nancy Gonzales, Larry Dumka, Roger
Millsap

(Event 1-107) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-107. What do Children Say About School?
Using Child-Report Data to Understand
Students' Experience of Their Classrooms
Chair: Alison E. Baroody
Discussant: Helma M. Koomen

(Event 1-105) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-105. Using Novel Methodologies to Probe
Emotion Regulation Mechanisms
Underlying Anxiety and Depression in
Youth



The Contribution of Classroom Social Interactions
and Child Attributes to Fifth Graders' Experience of
Engagement in Mathematics Classrooms
Sara Rimm-Kaufman, Alison Baroody, Ross Larsen,
Timothy Curby, Tashia Abry



Understanding Students' Perceptions of Classroom
Interactions in Relation to Other Informants and
Student Outcomes
Megan Stuhlman, Jason Downer



Effects of the Roots of Empathy Progam on
Children's Perceptions of Classroom Supportiveness
and Peer Acceptance
Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, Eva Oberle, Veronica
Smith, Clyde Hertzman

Chair: Jessica L. Borelli


The Bomb: An ERP Study Investigating Anticipatory
Anxiety in Middle Childhood
MIchael Crowley, Jia Wu, Leticia Moedano, Linda
Mayes



Adolescent Self-Reports of Social Anxiety: Can They
Disagree with Objective Psychophysiological
Measures and Still Be Valid?
Andres De Los Reyes, Amelia Aldao, Sarah Thomas,
Samantha Daruwala, Anna Swan, Michael Van Wie,
Katherine Goepel, William Lechner



The Role of Adolescent Rumination in Reward
Motivation and Response
Sarah Romens, Seth Pollak



Can't Take My Eyes off of You: Eye Tracking
Reveals How Ruminators May Get Stuck
Lori Hilt, Brian Leitzke, Seth Pollak

(Event 1-108) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-108. Improving Young Children's
Mathematical Development: Teacher
Professional Development as Key
Chair: Taniesha Woods

(Event 1-106) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-106. Attachment in Middle Childhood:
Theoretical and Measurement Implications
of an Emerging Research Field
Moderator: Guy Bosmans
Panelists: Kathryn Kerns, Howard Steele, Harriet
Waters, Ellen Moss

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The Realities of Professional Development in Early
Childhood Mathematics: Who, What, and How
Taniesha Woods, Marilou Hyson



Young Children's Mathematical Thinking and
Learning: Implications for Professional Development
Herbert Ginsburg



Improving Math and Science Supports for At-Risk,
Preschool Learners by Supporting the Teachers Who
Teach Them
Kimberly Brenneman, Alissa Lange, Judi StevensonGarcía



Evaluating Early Childhood Math Professional
Development
Jessica Whittaker, Bridget Hamre

(Event 1-109) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-111) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-109. New Perspectives on Feedback and
Child Development

1-111. Spatial Reasoning, Language, and
the Brain

Chair: David Yeager
Discussant: Kent Harber

Chair: Maria D. Sera
Discussant: Susan C. Levine



Lifting a Barrier of Mistrust: Wise Critical Feedback to
Racial Minorities
David Yeager





Reorientation and Spatial Language: Evidence from
Williams Syndrome and Typically Developing
Children
Katrina Ferrara, Barbara Landau

"I Can Do It!…Right?" Positive Self-Statements and
Children's Task Performance
Sander Thomaes, Eddie Brummelman



Spatial Language and Misconceptions in Early
Mathematics
Eliza Congdon, Dominic Gibson, Susan Levine



Your Other Left! Developing Verbal and Nonverbal
Knowledge of Relational Planes
Nicole Scott, Maria Sera, Apostolos Georgopoulos



The Feedback Withholding Bias: Minority Students
Do Not Receive Critical Feedback from Evaluators
Concerned about Appearing Racist
Alyssa Croft, Toni Schmader

(Event 1-110) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-112) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-110. Development and Intervention of
Language Skills for Preschoolers at Risk
for Later Reading Difficulties

1-112. The Role of Context in Language
Development
Moderator: Erica H. Wojcik
Panelists: George Hollich, Rachel Barr, Linda
Smith, Lulu Song

Chair: Sonia Q. Cabell




Growth Trajectories of Language Skills Among
Young Children With Language Impairment:
Relationships With Early Literacy Skills
Jill Pentimonti, Laura Justice

(Event 1-113) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Preschool Classroom Conversations: The Relation
Between the Frequency and Concentration of
Teacher Language-Facilitating Strategies and
Children's Vocabulary Development
Sonia Cabell, Anita McGinty, Jamie DeCoster,
Lindsay Forston, Laura Justice



Vocabulary Gains for At-Risk Preschoolers:
Relations to Teachers' Characteristics and Fidelity of
Implementation of a New Media-Enhanced
Instructional Program
Beth Phillips, Yuting Zhao, Pamela Burris



What Predicts Vocabulary Knowledge of PreKindergarteners Receiving Explicit, Tier 2
Instruction?
Tricia Zucker, Jeffrey Williams, Susan Landry, Emily
Solari

1-113. Four decades of research on
bullying: What have we learned and how
can we move the field forward?
Moderator: Shelley Hymel
Panelists: Susan Swearer, Patricia McDougall,
Dorothy Espelage, Catherine Bradshaw

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the potential to augment their effectiveness. This
symposium reports the highlights of SRCD’s preconference on how designing and evaluating
interventions for children and youth in low- and middleincome countries offer both great challenges but also
exciting new opportunities to build a truly global basic and
applied developmental science.

(Event 1-114) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-114. Taking the next step: New findings
linking infant locomotor and psychological
development

Biography: Lawrence Aber is
Distinguished Professor of
Applied Psychology and Public
Policy at New York University,
and board chair of its Institute of
Human Development and Social
Change. He earned his Ph.D.
from Yale University and an A.B.
from Harvard University. An
internationally recognized expert
in child development and social
policy, his basic research
examines the influence of poverty and violence, at the
family and community levels, on the social, emotional,
behavioral, cognitive and academic development of
children and youth. Dr. Aber also designs and conducts
rigorous evaluations of innovative programs and policies
for children, youth and families, such as violence
prevention, literacy development, welfare reform and
comprehensive services initiatives. Currently, Dr. Aber is
conducting research on the combined effects of poverty
and HIV/AIDS on household and child well-being (South
Africa) and a school-randomized trial of a socialemotional learning intervention (Democratic Republic of
Congo).

Chair: Eric A. Walle
Discussant: Roberta Golinkoff


Effects of Manual and Locomotor Experience on
Infants' Mental Rotation of Objects
Wenke Mohring, Andrea Frick



Language development following the attainment of
walking: Considering exploration as an underlying
mechanism
Ora Oudgeneog-Paz, Michiel Volman, Paul
Leseman, Jan Boom



Walking and talking, but why? Exploring possible
mechanisms accounting for increased language
development following the onset of walking
Eric Walle, Joseph Campos

(Event 1-115) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-115. Interventions for Children and Youth
in Low- and Middle-Income (LAMI)
Countries: Toward a Global Developmental
Science
Chair: J. Lawrence Aber
Discussants: Carly Tubbs, Alice Wuermli
Integrative Statement: Historically, the rigorous scientific
study of child development evolved over its first century
primarily in Europe and North America. Similarly,
developmental approaches to the design and evaluation
of programs and policies to enhance child well-being
were concentrated in high income countries, especially in
North America. But the vast majority of the world’s
children live in low- and middle-income countries.
International development agencies, non-governmental
organizations (NGOs) and governments are currently
engaged in systematic efforts to promote healthy child
development by drawing on individual, family, community,
and national strengths while addressing the most critical
threats to development that occur in such contexts. But
such efforts have yet to fully incorporate insights from
developmental science and related disciplines that have

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Opportunities and Strategies to Promote Healthy
Development in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Suman Verma



Designing, Implementing and Evaluating
Interventions in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
J. Lawrence Aber



Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in Crossdisciplinary, Cross-professional, Cross-cultural,
Cross-national Research
Anne Petersen

began his professional career in
the University of Wisconsin's
Psychology Department, where
he attained full professorship in
1984. In 1983, he began his work
at the NICHD. Dr. Suomi has
received international recognition
for his extensive research on
biobehavioral development in
rhesus monkeys and other
nonhuman primate species. His
initial postdoctoral research (with his mentor, Harry F.
Harlow) successfully reversed the adverse behavior
effects of early social isolation, previously thought to be
permanent, in this species. His subsequent research at
the University of Wisconsin led to his election as a Fellow
in the American Association for the Advancement of
Science "for major contributions to the understanding of
social factors that influence the psychological
development of nonhuman primates." Since joining the
NICHD, he has described interactions between genetic
and environmental factors that shape individual
biobehavioral development, characterized both
behavioral and physiological features of distinctive rhesus
monkey phenotypes, and demonstrated the adaptive
significance of these different phenotypes in naturalistic
settings.

(Event 1-116) Invited Views by Two
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-116. A Tale of Two Species:
Characterizing and Intervening on Early
Adverse Experience Effects in Humans and
Monkeys
Moderator: Megan Gunnar
Using Translational Neuroscience to Improve
the Lives of Foster and Adopted Children
Panelist: Philip Fisher
Biography: Dr. Philip Fisher is a
Professor of Psychology (clinical) at
the University of Oregon and a
Senior Scientist at the Oregon
Social Learning Center (OSLC). He
is also Science Director for the
National Forum on Early Childhood
Policy and Programs and a Senior
Fellow at the Center on the
Developing Child, both based at
Harvard University. Dr. Fisher's work
on children in foster care and the child welfare system
includes (a) basic research characterizing the effects of
early stress on neurobiological systems such as the HPA
axis and areas of the prefrontal cortex involved in
executive functioning; (b) the development of preventive
interventions, including the Multidimensional Treatment
Foster Care Program for Preschoolers (MTFC-P) and the
Kids in Transition to School Program (KITS); and (c) the
dissemination of evidence-based practice in community
settings. His work has been funded by a number of
institutes of the National Institutes of Health, including
NIDA, NIMH, and NICHD, as well as the U.S. Department
of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. He serves
on a number of national advisory groups related to
prevention science and community based research. His
intervention programs are being implemented at sites
throughout the United States and Europe. He is the
recipient of the 2012 Society for Prevention Research
Translational Science Award.

(Event 1-117) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-117. From Bedside to Bench and Back:
Integrating Basic and Applied
Developmental Science to Prevent Early
Childhood Maltreatment
Chair: Karen A. Carmody
Discussant: Mary E. Haskett

Risk, Resilience, and Recovery for Rhesus
Monkeys Experiencing Early Adversity



Predicting and Preventing Early Maltreatment:
Leveraging Mothers' Own Parenting Histories and
Early Parenting Behaviors
Lisa Berlin, Karen Carmody, Elizabeth Aparicio,
Kenneth Dodge



Prevention of early childhood maltreatment: Impact
of PURPLE Crying Education on parental self-reports
of discipline in infants
Stephanie Block, Adam Zolotor, Keith Widaman,
Desmond Runyan



An Attachment-Based Intervention for Mothers at
High-Risk for Maltreatment: Effects on Brain
Responses to Child Distress
Kristin Bernard, Mary Dozier, Robert Simons

Panelist: Stephen Suomi
Biography: Stephen J. Suomi is chief of the Laboratory
of Comparative Ethology at the National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland.
He studied Psychology at the undergraduate level at
Stanford University where he received a B.A. in
psychology in 1968, then continued his studies at the
University of Wisconsin, receiving his Ph.D. in 1971. He

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(Event 1-118) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-118. Parenting Boys and Girls in Different
Cultures: Gendered Pathways to Child
Competence in Early Childhood
Chair: Margaret Caughy
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(Event 1-120) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Discipline Practices of AfroCaribbean Parents of
Young Children: Differences by Child Gender
Laurie Brotman, Esther Calzada, Keng-Yen Huang,
Spring Dawson-McClure, Bukky Kolawole, Dana
Rhule

1-120. Multi-Level Predictors of Peer
Victimization: Integrating Individual and
Contextual Perspectives

Gender differences in the parenting behaviors of
Chinese immigrant parents: The mediating role of
culture
Katherine Cheung

Chair: Niwako Sugimura

Gender differences in the relation between mothering
and emerging child behavior problems in MexicanAmerican preschoolers
Margaret Caughy, Margaret Owen, Ana Maria MataOtero, Nazly Hasanizadeh
Parenting Practices with Young Asian American
Children: Gender differences and Influence on Child
Social Emotional Competence
Keng-Yen Huang, Sabrina Cheng

(Event 1-119) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



Genetic Risk of Peer Victimization is Moderated by
Classroom Behavior Norms
Mara Brendgen, Fanny-Alexandra Guimond, Frank
Vitaro, Ginette Dionne, Michel Boivin



Does Positive Peer Context Buffer Prospective
Associations Between Early Adolescent Depressive
Symptoms and Peer Victimization?
Karen Kochel, Catherine Bagwell, Gary Ladd, Karen
Rudolph



What predicts stability in peer victimization?
Evidence from a multi-informant, multi-method
longitudinal study
Tracy Vaillancourt, Heather Brittain, Eric Duku,
Patricia McDougall, Shelley Hymel



Individual, Family, and Peer Predictors of Peer
Victimization
Niwako Sugimura, Karen Rudolph, Wendy TroopGordon

1-119. Corporal Punishment: An
International Perspective on Prevalence,
Impact, and Intervention
Chair: Elisa Romano
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

"What Do I Do Instead?" Helping Parents Make the
Shift from Physical Punishment to Positive Discipline
Joan Durrant, Christine Ateah, Leslie Barker, George
Holden, Janice MacAulay, Ray Peters, Dominique
Pierre Plateau, Sombat Tapanya, Ashley StewartTufescu

(Event 1-121) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Change In the Use of Corporal Punishment and
Other Disciplinary Strategies Over a 14-Year Period
in a Representative Sample of Canadian Parents
Sabrina Frechette, Elisa Romano

1-121. Family Context and Adolescent
Management of Information: Snooping,
Disclosure, and Deception Don't Occur in
Isolation

Prevalence Over Time of Corporal Punishment in a
German Longitudinal Study and its Relationship to
Problem Behavior in Children
Mark Stemmler, Friedrich Lösel

Chair: Christopher Daddis


The Impact of Mild and Severe Corporal Punishment
by Mothers and Fathers on Adult Functioning Across
Regions of the World
Angele Fauchier, Murray Straus

Parenting Style and Strategies and Justifications for
Adolescent Nondisclosure to Parents

Christopher Daddis
(continued)

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Adolescent Acceptance versus Use of Information
Management Strategies: Associations with
Adjustment and Parent-Teen Relationships
Wendy Rote, Judi Smetana



Early Childhood Risk Factors that Moderate the
Association between Awakening Cortisol and Body
Mass Index in Adolescence
Lori Francis, Elizabeth Susman



Sneaky Parents: Longitudinal associations among
parental monitoring strategies and adolescent
problem behavior
Christa Ice, Aaron Metzger, Lesley Cottrell, Elizabeth
Yale, Kaitlyn Ferris



Body Mass Index and Cortisol Response to Stress in
Low-Income Preschoolers
Alison Miller, Caitlin Clifford, Katherine Rosenblum,
Julie Sturza, Niko Kaciroti, Delia Vazquez, Julie
Lumeng



Within-Family Domain Differentiation in Disclosure to
Mothers and Associations with Relationship Quality
Nicole Campione-Barr, Kelly Bassett Greer, Anna
Lindell



Associations Between the Home Environment and
Weight Status in a Low-Income Toddler Sample
Katherine Rosenblum, Alison Miller, Christy Leung,
Karen Peterson, Julie Sturza, Niko Kaciroti, Delia
Vazquez, Julie Lumeng

(Event 1-122) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-124) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-122. Power, Popularity, and Persuasion:
Experimental Paradigms for Assessing
Peer Conformity in Action

1-124. Research on Human-Animal
Interaction and Youth Socioemotional
Development

Chair: Marlene Sandstrom
Discussant: Antonius H. Cillessen
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Chair: Kristen C. Jacobson
Discussant: James A. Griffin

Adolescent Factors that Moderate Susceptibility to
Experimentally-Manipulated Social Norms of Popular
Peers
Sophia Choukas-Bradley, Geoffrey Cohen, Mitchell
Prinstein



Popularity, Likeability, and Peer Conformity: Four
Field Experiments
Rob Gommans, Antonius Cillessen



Fitting in to Feel Good: Can an Experimental Boost
in Self-Esteem Reduce Pressure to Conform?
Marlene Sandstrom, Aaron Lim



Pet Ownership and Attitudes towards Pets: Effects
on Youth Socio-emotional Outcomes
Kristen Jacobson



Aberrant Behavior Changes Resulting From
Therapeutic Horseback Riding in Children With
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Robin Gabriels, John Agnew, Zhaoxing Pan



Cortisol levels and momentary emotion influence
behavior of adolescents during equine facilitated
learning program
Patricia Pendry



Developing The P.A.C.K.: Combining Canine
Assisted Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral
Interventions for Children with ADHD
Sabrina Schuck, Natasha Emmerson, Aubrey Fine,
Maryam Abdullah, Courtney Allem, Aness Kim



Human Animal Interaction (HAI) and Positive Youth
Development: Exploring the Role of HAI in
Adolescence and Young Adulthood
Megan Mueller

(Event 1-123) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-123. Bringing Developmental Science to
Pediatric Obesity Research: Biobehavioral
Stress Response, Family Process, and
Social Contexts
Chair: Alison L. Miller
Discussant: Shayla C. Holub

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(Event 1-125) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-125. Exploring Core Dimensions of Moral
Competence in Childhood and Adolescence
Using Qualitative and Quantitative Methods



Maternal Depression Mediates the Link Between
Therapeutic Alliance and Treatment Outcomes for
Adolescents in Multisystemic Therapy
Isabela Granic, Roy Otten, Kirsten Blokland, Tracy
Solomon, Rutger Engels, Bruce Ferguson



Testing the Effectiveness and Timing of a
Depression Prevention Program for Adolescent Girls
with Elevated Depressive Symptoms
Rutger Engels, Lieke Wijnhoven, Daan Creemers,
Ad Vermulst, Ron Scholte

Chair: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger






A Student in Distress: Investigating Bystander
Situations with Ethnographic and Grounded Theory
Methods
Robert Thornberg
Moral Emotions in Children's Narratives
Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger, Luciano Gasser,
Tina Malti

1-127. The development of quantification:
Judgment, priming, and fMRI evidence

At-Risk Children's Moral Emotions and Moral
Judgments
Brigitte Latzko

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Compliance in Preschoolers: Relations with Moral
Emotions and Parents' Morality
Marina Camodeca, Daniela Bafunno

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Investigating the Interplay of Cognitive and
Emotional Processes in Moral Reasoning: An
Experimental Design
Simona Caravita, Lindamulage De Silva, Leonardo
Lenzi, Mariaelena Salvaterra, Alessandro Antonietti

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(Event 1-127) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Joshua Hartshorne

MDBQ - A new Measure to Assess Moral
Disengagement for Bullying Situations: Comparing
Different Structural Models.
Annalaura Nocentini, Simona Caravita, Benedetta
Palladino, Gianluca Gini, Ersilia Menesini

The development of quantifiers with multiple/overlap
meanings: The case of every and each in child
language
Rama Novogrodsky, Tom Roeper

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Priming logical form representations in 4-7 year olds
Roman Feiman, Jesse Snedeker

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Some and Every in child language
Einat Shetreet, Gennaro Chierchia, Nadine Gaab

(Event 1-128) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-128. Empathy from Childhood to Early
Adulthood: Integrating Developmental and
Psychophysiological Research

(Event 1-126) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Skyler T. Hawk

1-126. Beyond Outcomes: Processes and
Timing of Change Associated with
Evidence-based Interventions for
Adolescents
Chair: Isabela Granic
Discussant: Erika S. Lunkenheimer
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The Family Check-Up as an Intervention for
Adolescent Problem Behavior: Mediating Processes
in the Reduction of Risk
Thomas Dishion, Hanjoe Kim, Mark Van Ryzin

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Age Differences in Children's Mimicry and CounterMimicry of Emotions: A Self-Regulation Perspective
on Empathy
Skyler Hawk, Michael Häfner

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Shared Role of Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal and Gonadal Hormones in the Development of Callous
Unemotional Traits and Response to Life Stress
Exposure
Andrew Dismukes, Megan Johnson, Michael Vitacco,
Elizabeth Shirtcliff
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Taveeshi Gupta, Selcuk Sirin, Lauren Rogers-Sirin,
Sammy Ahmed, Josephine Palmeri, Kara Duca

Links Between Facial Mimicry and the Development
of Empathic Concern and Perspective Taking in
Adolescence
Jolien Van der Graaff, Susan Branje, Minet De Wied,
Anton Van Boxtel, Wim Meeus

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Adolescent Social Resources Predict a Neural
Measure of Self-Other Overlap in Adulthood
Lane Beckes, James Coan, Joseph Allen

(Event 1-131) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-129) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-131. Child Abuse and Neglect: Prevalence
and Associated Psychopathology in MultiCultural Contexts

1-129. Negotiating Cultural Identities
Among Youth
Chair: Selcuk R. Sirin
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Chair: Hans M. Koot
Discussant: Tuppett M. Yates

Revolution's Bumpy Road: Narratives of Youth from
the 2011 Egyptian Revolution
Rhett Billen, Brian Barber, James Youniss

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Young, Black and Male: Narrating Identities and
Stereotypes in An All-Black Male High School
Leoandra Onnie Rogers



The influence of cultural identity on positive views of
self among First Nations youth in Quebec
Alexandra D'Arrisso, Colin Campbell, Heidi Flores,
Adrienne Blacklock, Kelsey Moore, Jacob Burack

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Sharing Stories of Discrimination
Linda Juang, Moin Syed

Discrimination Related Stress and Behavioral
Engagement: The Moderating effect of School
Relationships
Jessica Cressen, Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Selcuk Sirin,
Taveeshi Gupta, Andrew Greene, Alfredo Novoa

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A Global Perspective on Child Abuse and Neglect:
Meta-Analytic Reviews of Prevalence and
Associated Factors
Marije Stoltenborgh, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg,
Lenneke Alink, Marinus van IJzendoorn



Child Maltreatment and Associated
Psychopathology: Similarities and Differences
Among Females in African and European Contexts
Catherine Mbagaya

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Child Abuse/Neglect and Personality Pathology in
Asian and European Contexts
Ruby Charak, Hans Koot

(Event 1-130) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-132) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-130. School Engagement Among urban
high school students: The role of gender,
generation and social support

1-132. Group identity, morality and
intergroup discrimination amongst minority
and majority status children

Chair: Taveeshi Gupta
Discussant: Cynthia Garcia Coll

Chair: Adam Rutland

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A Missing Piece in the Immigrant Paradox Puzzle?
Measurement Invariance of School Support and
School Engagement across Generations
Matthew Diemer, Cheng-Hsien Li, Taveeshi Gupta,
Nazli Uygun, Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Selcuk Sirin

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Effects of social group norms on children: The glue
that binds and the tar that sticks
Drew Nesdale

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Social Exclusion in Childhood
Melanie Killen
(continued)

Gender and Generation status variations in the role
of bicultural identification on cognitive engagement

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Children's exclusion of peers in the socialconventional domain: What norms matter?
Adam Rutland

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The Developing Relationship between Perceptions of
Discrimination and Ethnic Identity
Christia Spears Brown

(Event 1-133) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



Mismatch or Cumulative Stress: Two Developmental
Pathways to Depression
Esther Nederhof, Johan (Hans) Ormel, Albertine
Oldehinkel

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Real-time salivary cortisol enhances the match of an
individual's stressor with their stress reactivity
Elizabeth Shirtcliff, Paul Slowey, Tom Hart, Robert
Buck

(Event 1-135) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-133. Cross-cultural differences and
similarities in children's social behavior
Chair: Daniel Haun

1-135. Early Helping Behavior: Causal
Factors and Motivations

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Chair: Alia Martin

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Spontaneous Sharing by 5-8-Year-Old Children of
Three Contrasted Cultures
Philippe Rochat, Erin Robbins
What do you do if you get a present? - Co-regulation
of social behavior in mother-child interaction in Berlin
and Delhi
Joscha Kärtner, Daina Crafa, Nandita Chaudhary,
Heidi Keller
Flexibility and inflexibility in the overimitation of
bushman and urban children
Mark Nielsen, Ilana Mushin, Keyan Tomaselli,
Andrew Whiten
Development of majority-biased transmission across
five cultures
Daniel Haun

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Paternalistic Helping in Children
Alia Martin, Forrest Maddox, Kelsey Lin, Kristina
Olson



"Helping" Versus "Being a Helper": Invoking the Self
to Increase Helping in Young Children
Allison Master, Christopher Bryan, Gregory Walton



Selectivity in Early Helping Behavior
Valerie Kuhlmeier, Amy O'Neill, Kristen Dunfield

1-136. Autonomic Reactivity to Stress and
Forms and Functions of Aggression:
Moderating Factors across Development

1-134. Developmental Mismatch as a Cause
for Maladaptation
Chair: Esther Nederhof

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What Motivates Young Children's Prosocial
Behavior?
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish, Tobias Grossmann,
Michael Tomasello

(Event 1-136) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 1-134) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Chair: Dianna Murray-Close
Discussant: Julie A. Hubbard

Mismatch as a Cause for Maladaptation
Bruce Ellis

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Adversity driven changes in HPA-axis functioning
and predicting mental disorders
Odilia Laceulle, Esther Nederhof, Marcel van Aken,
Johan (Hans) Ormel

Peer Victimization and Acceptance as Moderators of
the Association between Physiological Reactivity and
Preschool Aggression
Amy Gower, Bonny Donzella, Nicki Crick
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Autonomic Reactivity to Stress and Physical and
Relational Aggression: The Moderating Roles of
Victimization, Type of Task, and Child Gender
Dianna Murray-Close, Nicki Crick, Wan-Ling Tseng,
Nicole Lafko, Catherine Burrows, Clio Pitula



Physiological Reactivity Predicting Relational
Aggression: The Moderating Roles of Gender and
Functions of Aggression
Nicole Lafko, Erin Shoulberg, Dianna Murray-Close



The Working Model of the Child Interview: Stability of
the Disrupted Classification in a Community
Intervention Sample
Alison Niccols, Ainsley Smith, Diane Benoit



Disrupted Representations in Parents of Full and
Preterm Infants
Ruby A.S. Hall, Hannah Hoffenkamp, Anneke
Tooten, Ad Vingerhoets, Hedwig J.A. van Bakel



Maternal Interpersonal Trauma and Disrupted
Maternal Representations: Implications for Infant
Social-Emotional Development
Sarah Ahlfs-Dunn, Alissa Huth-Bocks, Diane Benoit

(Event 1-137) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Thursday, 1:20 pm - 2:20 pm

1-137. Developmental Factors Related to
Non-Suicidal Self-injury from Late
Childhood to Young Adulthood
Chair: Matteo Giletta
Discussant: Mitchell J. Prinstein

(Event 1-139) Poster Session 4
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 1:20 pm - 2:20 pm

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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Children of Depressed
Mothers: Moderation by CRHR1 TAT Haplotype
Brandon Gibb, Andrea Hanley, Jimmy Choi, Katie
Burkhouse, Mary Woody, Sydney Meadows, Michael
Van Wie, John McGeary, Valerie Knopik

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Clarifying Inhibitory Control: Investigating the
Factor Structure, Relationships, and Development
of Cognitive Inhibition
Steven Howard, Janice Johnson, Juan PascualLeone

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Latent Trajectories of Adolescent Non-suicidal Selfinjury: Examining the Role of Peer Experiences
Matteo Giletta, Mitchell Prinstein, Andrea Barrocas,
Brandon Gibb, John Abela, Benjamin Hankin

2

Inhibitory Control and Grasping Errors in
Preschoolers
Anna Rhoad, Catherine Bruton, Karl Rosengren

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Non-suicidal Self-injury as a Gateway to Suicide in
Young Adults
Janis Whitlock

3

Childhood Maltreatment and its Effect on Cognitive
Functioning: Chronicity and Timing Matters
Raquel Cowell, Dante Cicchetti, Fred Rogosch,
Sheree Toth

4

Infant's Ability to Understand Other People's
Action Goal Based on the Grammatical Form of an
Actor's Word
Eun Young Kim, Hyun-joo Song

5

Integration of Gaze and Positive Affect across
Contexts in Infancy
Devon Gangi, Lisa Ibanez, Naomi Ekas, Brittany
Lambert, Wendy Stone, Zachary Warren, Daniel
Messinger

6

Frontolimbic Neural Circuitry at 6 Months Predicts
Individual Differences in Joint Attention at 9
Months
Jed Elison, Jason Wolff, Debra Heimer, Sarah
Paterson, Hongbin Gu, Heather Hazlett, Martin
Styner, Guido Gerig, Joseph Piven, IBIS Network

(Event 1-138) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

1-138. Disrupted Representations of the
Child: Validity, Stability, and Associations
with Parenting Characteristics and Infant
Outcomes
Chair: Alissa Huth-Bocks
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The Working Model of the Child Interview - Disrupted
Classification: Evidence for the Convergent and
Predictive Validity
Diane Benoit, Sheri Madigan, Amanda McKibbon

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RJA as a Mediator of Temperament-Language
Relationships in 15-month-olds
Misti Jeffers, Wallace Dixon

19

The Role of Self-regulation and Temperament in
Predicting Cardiovascular Reactivity
Stacey Doan, Thomas Fuller-Rowell, Gary Evans

8

Surprise! Infants Learn More Effectively Following
Violation-of-Expectation Events
Aimee Stahl, Lisa Feigenson

20

Physiological Regulation and Socio-Emotional
Regulation in Preschoolers during EmotionallyEvocative Stories
Kathryn Marsh, Nancy Jones, Krystal Mize

9

Object-Action Mapping in Preschoolers: Are
Functional Actions with Manufactured Objects
Special?
Hannah Smith, Kirsten Scheil, Erin Hahn

21

Enhancing Narrative Quality (and Resisting
Suggestion?) with the Narrative Elaboration
Protocol
Lorinda Camparo, Karen Saywitz

22

Developmental Differences in Children's Ability to
Sequence Details across Occurrences of a
Repeated Event
Donna Drohan-Jennings, Kim Roberts, Sonja
Brubacher, Una Glisic, Martine Powell, William
Friedman

23

Detecting Deception with Children's Written and
Audio Statements: Reliability and Validity of ACID
by stimulus modality
Christine Henry, Megan Kradas, Kevin Colwell,
Victoria Talwar, Shanna Williams, Katherine
Marsland

10

Practice and Exploration in Young Children's
Learning About Tools
Rachel Baker

11

Pubertal, Genetic, and Environmental Influences
on Emotional Processing in Youth
Katie Burkhouse, John McGeary, Greg Siegle,
Brandon Gibb

12

Genetic and Environmental Contributions to
Covariation Between DHEA and Testosterone in
Adolescent twins.
Carol Van Hulle, Elizabeth Shirtcliff, Mollie Moore,
Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant, H. Goldsmith

13

Modeling Pubertal Development and Examining
Links to Behavior Problems
Josh Bricker, Adriene Beltz, Robin Corley, Sheri
Berenbaum

24

Tales From Children's Pretend World: A
Longitudinal Cross-Cultural Study of the
Development of Narrative Skills
Ai Keow Lim

14

Exploring the Psychological Impact of a Diagnosis
of Clinically Early Pubertal Development
Emma Clarkson, Gillian Harris, Jeremy Kirk,
Michael Larkin

25

The Imaginary Companions Created by Children in
Foster Care
Candice Mottweiler, Naomi Aguiar, Marjorie
Taylor, Philip Fisher

15

High frequency oscillations correlate with language
function in early infancy
Shafali Jeste, Amanda Norona, Kevin McEvoy,
Scott Johnson

26

SEED Model of Early Language Development:
Communicative Behavior Germinates and Takes
Root During Social Interaction
Patricia Zukow-Goldring, Nancy Rader

16

Latency to grasp toy and mu rhythm: an
exploratory study of mu desynchronization in 9month-old infants
Tanya Tavassolie, Kayla Finch, Tara Mamdouhi,
Erin Cannon

27

Brain and behavioral correlates of the effects of
experience on imitation in 9-month-olds
Leslie Carver, Rebecca Cunningham

28

ANS acuity in infancy predicts ANS acuity in early
childhood
Ariel Starr, Elizabeth Brannon

29

The Development of Infant's Receptive Numerical
Vocabulary in a Preferential Looking Paradigm
Thomas Cole, Sara Cordes

30

Children's Learning and Generalization of the
Numeral Three
Roberto Abreu-Mendoza, Abril PlascenciaGonzález, Natalia Arias-Trejo

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Different Patterns of Activation in Temporal Cortex
to Function vs. Non-Function Events
Teresa Wilcox, Amy Hirshkowitz, Laura Hawkins
Emotion Regulation Strategies and Physiological
Reactivity: Using Distraction and Reappraisal to
Regulate Sadness and Fear
Elizabeth Davis, Kristin Buss

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Infant Quantity Perception and Density
Lauren Goode, Lisa Cantrell, Linda Smith

32

The quantity of quantity: are visual area and
number represented by one system, or two?
Darko Odic, Melissa Libertus, Lisa Feigenson,
Justin Halberda

46

Children's intuitive chemistry: 3rd and 4th graders'
understanding of the strength of mixtures of water
with sugar or paint
Anne Schlottmann, Charlotte Moss, Julia Hill,
Michelle Ellefson, Connor Quinn, Keith Taber

47

Elementary school children's understanding of
experimental designs
Christopher Osterhaus, Susanne Koerber, Daniela
Mayer, Beate Sodian

48

Isolation of Variables in Children's Exploratory
Behaviors
Catherine Olsson, Laura Schulz

34

Conflict in the Soul: A Developmental Difference in
Moral Judgments About Temptation
Christina Starmans, Paul Bloom

35

Four-year-old Children's Judgment About
Proportional Equity
Hyorim Kim, Hyun-joo Song
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Judging the Victims and Beneficiaries of Social
Actions
Jessy Thorn, Jason Scofield, Steve Thoma, Tricia
Witte

Effortful and Reactive Control: Prediction of
Academic Achievement and Social Behavior
Maša Vidmar

50

10-Month-Olds' Evaluations of Accidental and
Intentional Actions
Doan Le, J. Kiley Hamlin

Preschoolers' Private Speech in Cognitive and
Emotional Self-Regulation Tasks
Kimberly Day, Whitney Adams, Cynthia Smith

51

Delay of Gratification in Kindergarten: Relations
with School and Child Level Characteristics
Aida Alikalfic, Caitlin Mauger, Clancy Blair

52

Preschooler Action Discontinuities During SnackMaking
Carolyn Palmer, Kristyn Tempora

53

Interrelations of Social, Academic, and SelfControl Variables at Two Time Points in Early
Childhood
Amanda Watson, Tina Savla

54

Infants' ERP responses when perceiving their own
versus others' faces
Sabine Hunnius, Janny Stapel, Ilse van Wijk,
Harold Bekkering

55

Reach Prediction Develops with Reach
Performance
Alexis Barton, Bennett Bertenthal

56

The Limits of Early Social Evaluations: Infants Fail
to Account for Variable Behaviors in Their Social
Preferences
Conor Steckler, J. Kiley Hamlin

57

Do social and nonsocial cues enhance statistical
learning in distracting environments?
Ryan Barry, Katharine Graf Estes, Susan Rivera

58

Eye Gaze Versus Head Orientation: The Role of
Social Cues for Infants' Object Processing
Sebastian Wahl, Christine Michel, Sabina Pauen,
Stefanie Hoehl

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Evaluating the Strength of Early Social
Preferences: Do Infants Avoid the Bad Guy at a
Cost, and Over Time?
Arber Tasimi, Karen Wynn
Orientation and Visually-Guided Action
Development in Toddlers
Nick Fears, Sandra Street, Linda Smith
Children's developing concept of "forever" in the
physical and social domains
Naomi Heilweil, David Sobel

41

Fitting Handled Objects into Slots
Wendy Jung, Björn Kahrs, Jeffrey Lockman

42

Measuring Infants' Planning Abilities: Kinematic
Analyses on an Inserting Task
Lauriane Rat-Fischer, Björn Kahrs, Sara Redahan,
Jacqueline Fagard, Jeffrey Lockman

43

Not Losing all of Your Marbles: Experience and
Planning Help Children Save
Andrea Astle, Kimberly Connolly, Deepthi
Kamawar, Corrie Vendetti, Serena Smygwaty,
Shamarukh Chowdhury

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Inference Generation and Narrative
Comprehension in Children With ADHD
Jessica Van Neste, Angela Hayden, Elizabeth
Lorch, Richard Milich
Acquiring Inductive Constraints in the Causal
Domain
Zi Sim, Fei Xu

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Exploring Item and Order Memory for Semantically
Related, Compared to Semantically Unrelated
Items in Down Syndrome
Elizabeth Smith, Christopher Jarrold

Preverbal infants expect and prefer conformity to
social group members
Lindsey Powell, Elizabeth Spelke

72

Evidence of Emotion Knowledge in Children and
Adolescents with Down Syndrome
Marie Channell, Frances Conners, Joan Barth

Majority Bias Promotes the Learning of Linguistic
Conventions in Three-Year-Olds
Colin Bannard

73

DNA Methylation Changes in Neonatal Blood are
Related to At-Risk Maternal Drinking and Child
Behavior
Lisa Chiodo, Virginia Delaney-Black, Robert Sokol,
Douglas Ruden, Adele Kruger, Susan Land, John
Hannigan

74

Moderators and Mediators of the Relation between
Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Child
Internalizing Outcomes
Alexandra Hummel, Elizabeth Kiel

75

The Covariation of Peer Victimization and
Internalizing Problems in Middle Childhood:
Gender, Age and Ethnic Differences
Meghan Walker, Wendy Hoglund

76

The Role of Physiology and Temperament in the
Association Between Behavioral Inhibition and
Depressive Symptoms
Wesley Sanders, Jamie Abaied

77

Promoting Safety Skills in Children: A Quasiexperimental Evaluation of the Kidpower Everyday
Safety Skills Program
Alaina Brenick, Julie Shattuck, Alice Donlan,
Eileen Zurbriggen, Shinchieh Duh

78

Intervention on Loneliness and Inferiority Among
Deaf-mute Children in Rural China
Yanzhen Zhang

79

The impact of youth internalising and externalising
symptoms on the effectiveness of brief personalitytargeted interventions for substance misuse.
Eveline Perrier-Ménard, Maeve O'Leary-Barrett,
Patricia Conrod, Alain Girard

80

CU-traits and Emotional Reactivity in Adolescence
Ann-Margret Rydell, Eva Stening

81

Association Between Emotional Neglect and
Hippocampal Volume in Prediction of Borderline
Personality Symptoms in Early Adolescence
Martina Jovev, Sarah Whittle, Murat Yücel, Julian
Simmons, Nicholas Allen, Andrew Chanen

82

Emotion Regulation Strategies as Moderators of
the Association between Trauma Exposure and
Emotional Numbing Among Delinquent Youth
Sheryl Schindler, Patricia Kerig, Cristina Hudak

59

Property type affects children's memory for social
categories and specific individuals
Anne Riggs, Chales Kalish, Martha Alibali

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62

Emotional Self-Awareness and Internalizing in
Children with and without ADHD: A Moderation
Analysis
Perry Factor, Rachel Reyes, Paul Rosen

63

Regulation of Specific Emotions and Peer
Victimization Among Children with ADHD
Rachel Reyes, Paul Rosen, Perry Factor

64

Longitudinal Development of Executive Functions
in Girls With and Without ADHD
Meghan Miller, Fred Loya, Stephen Hinshaw

65

The Relation Between Parental Emotion Coaching
and Empathy in Children With Autism
Jessica Berg, Beverly Wilson, Megan Zurawski,
Sparrow Joanne, Katelyn Hamilton

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Predicting Autism from Social Communication
Skills, Early Play and Engagement of Children
Showing High Risk for Autism
Linh Huynh, Connie Kasari, Michael Siller
Superior Pitch Perception in Autism? Evidence of
Auditory Mismatch Negativity from Chinese
Luodi Yu, Yuebo Fan, Zhizhou Deng, Dan Huang,
Yang Fan, Hsuan-Chih Chen, Suiping Wang
The Moving Window Technique: quantifying how
children, adolescents, and adults with ASD attend
to facial expressions of emotion
Elina Birmingham, James Tanaka, Grace Iarocci
Understanding Time Estimation Among Low
Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Cathryn Gordon Green, Darlene Brodeur, Heidi
Flores, Jason Ringo, Jacob Burack
Asymmetry and Asynchrony in Facial Expression
Productions of Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Ruth Grossman, Angeliki Metallinou, Shrikanth
Narayanan

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Children's Coping with Natural Disasters: A
prospective study of predictors of posttraumatic
stress symptoms
Gretchen Kurdziel, Julia Felton, David Cole, Nina
Martin, Carl Lejuez
Effects of the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill on
Children in a Community Affected by Multiple
Disasters
Erin Reuther, Howard Osofsky, Tonya Hansel,
Kristin Callahan, Joy Osofsky
Infant Orientation to the Human Face at 5 weeks,
Maternal Sensitivity at 7 Months, and Callous
Unemotional Traits at 27 Months
Nicky Wright, Fay Huntley, Helen Sharp, Andrew
Pickles, Jonathan Hill
Dyadic Flexibility and Positive Affect in MotherChild Interaction and Effortful Control as Predictors
of Child Behavior Problems
Erin Albrecht, Christine Kemp, Erika Lunkenheimer
A Prospective Examination of Preschoolers'
Narrative Representations and Childhood
Psychopathology
Izabela Grey, Brandy Taylor, Erika Jimenez,
Tuppett Yates
Self-regulation in Toddlers of Latina Adolescent
Mothers: Consequences for Developmental
Change in Externalizing and Internalizing
Problems
Josefina Grau, Erin Smith, Petra Duran, Patricia
Castellanos, Stephanie Silberman, Lauren Wood

94

Improving Student Achievement Through a Fourth
Grade Intervention Program: A Lesson Learned
Lizette Torres, Yafen Lo, Claudia Kouyoumdjian

95

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Formal and
Informal Mathematical Competencies Between the
U.S. and Singaporean Preschoolers
Gabrielle Lai, Jae Paik

96

Children's Knowledge of Mathematics and How
Math is Used in Daily Activities
Shari Metzger, Susan Sonnenschein, Claudia
Galindo

97

The Role of Early Number Sense and Executive
Function in Predicting Kindergarten Math
Achievement
Casey Irwin, Nancy Jordan, Brenna HassingerDas, Nancy Dyson

98

Are Students Learning What You're Teaching? :
Curriculum-Based Assessment and Response-toIntervention in Early Childhood Education
Chavaughn Brown, Abby Carlson, Lydia Carlis

99

What's in a Grade? The Relation Between
Students' Subjective Value of Grades and
Reported Emphasis of Assessment on Goal
Orientation
Alison Koenka, Harris Cooper, Matthew Truwit

100

Mothers' Experiences Participating in the
Feedback of Their Child's Psychoeducational
Assessment
Laurie Ford, Carla Lehouillier

89

The Pathways From School Bullying to Aggression
and Suicidal Ideation, with a Special Focus on
Protective Factors and Differences in Gender
Ji Yeon Lee, Ick Joong Chung

101

How does the Educational Claim on Toy
Packaging Influence Parents' Purchasing
Decision?
Dongyin Mei, Weiyi Ma, Li Sha, Xu Cheng, Yibo Li

90

Efficacy of a Resilience-Based Intervention among
Rural-to-urban Migrant children in Beijing, China
Cheuk Chi Tam, Danhua Lin, Xiaoming Li

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The Impact of ‘Scary' TV on Children's Emotional
Responses: a Meta-Analysis
Andy Field, Laura Pearce

Applying the Quality Monitor to compare the
quality of caregiver-child interactions in child care
centers during lunch and free play
Mirjam Gevers Deynoot-Schaub, Ruben Fukkink,
J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven, Iris Bollen, Katrien
O. W. Helmerhorst

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Surviving the Curriculum: Predictors of Grade
Retention K-8
Pega Davoudzadeh, Melissa McTernan, Kevin
Grimm

Examining the Relationship between Home Chaos,
Preschool Quality, and Children's Social
Competence
Cynthia Buettner, Lieny Jeon, Eun Hye Hur

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Why Ask Why? Examining Ethnic Minority Youth's
Attributions for Their Success and Failure
Erin Cue, Sandra Graham

Adolescent Involvement in Clubs and Sports:
Development of Adult Civic Leaders
Rebecca Reichard, Laura Wray-Lake, John Dulay,
Allen Gottfried, Pamella Oliver, Adele Gottfried

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The CONNECT Mentorship Program: Influences
on Positive Youth Development in Mentors and
Mentees
Gary Creasey, Verenice D'Santiago, Robert Lee,
Martin Gallegos

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Prospective Correlates of Postnatal Depression
Symptoms in First Time Mothers: Cortisol,
Perceived Stress and Anxiety
Judith Warner, Melanie Zimmer-Gembeck, Tony
Perkins

106

An Integrated Model of Pathological Internet Use
among Vietnamese Adolescents: the Roles of
Autonomy Need Gratification
Huiling Li, Van-Dung Ho, Chengfu Yu, Yasong
Zhou, Wei Zhang

118

Positive Feelings During Pregnancy Promote
Better Infant Health in the First 18 Months
Melissa McManus, Seyed Ali Khalessi Hosseini,
Jahanzeb Ashraf, Amit Malhotra, Priyanka Kumar,
Stephanie Reich

107

The Psychological Mechanism of Internet
Addiction among Vietnamese Adolescents
Huiling Li, Van-Dung Ho, Wei Zhang, Chengfu Yu,
Nini Li

119

Maternal History of Abuse and Infants' Attachment
Style: A Mediating Role for First Time Mothers'
Parenting Beliefs
Xiaoning Sun, Jeffrey Measelle, Jennifer Ablow

108

Assessing Relationships Between Electronic Tool
Use, Academic Abilities, and Gain Scores for
Students Using a CBI Math Program
Kristina Higgins, Lindy Crawford, Jacqueline
Huscroft-D'Angelo

120

Influences of maternal mental health on infant
touch: Focusing on childcare support, depression,
and child-rearing stress
Noriko Aso, Shizuo Iwatate

121
109

Thoughts and Beliefs about Wild Animals among
Elementary, High School and University Students
Mike Boyes, Ugur Parlar

Facial Attractiveness Affects Caregiving Behaviors
Toward Infant Simulators
Stevie Schein, Connor Principe, Judith Langlois

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110

Primary versus Secondary DSLI: Effect of
Language & Literacy Preschool Curriculum
Angela Fox, Alicia DiDonato, Jeanne Wilcox

The Influence of Parental Drinking Motives on
Children's Emotional Security
Stephanie Miskell, Peggy Keller, Aaron Duke,
Lauren Gilbert, Mona El-Sheikh, Jesse Coe

111

Sustainability of Fidelity to a Prekindergarten
Mathematics Curriculum and Professional
Development Scale-Up Intervention
Christopher Wolfe, Douglas Clements, Julie
Sarama, Mary Elaine Spitler

123

Maternal and Adolescent Emotion Regulation
Predicts Siblings' Peer Relations
Naomi Knoble, Joann Wu Shortt

124

When No One Else Cares: Siblings Compensate
for Lack of Support in Peer and Parent-Adolescent
Relationships
Emma Espel, Julia Dmitrieva, Jiquan Lin

125

Does Absence Really Make the Heart Grow
Fonder? Sibling Relationships During the
Transition to College
Anna Lindell, Nicole Campione-Barr

126

Coparenting Formation Among Single, Lowincome, African American Mothers
J. Claire Cook, Jean Ispa

127

Predicting increases in sensitive parenting during
early infancy: The role of mothers' knowledge of
infant development and perceived family social
support
Juli Weiss, Laura Scaramella, Brenna Sapotichne,
Moira Riley

128

Navigating and Negotiating a Pathway to Success:
Youth and family agency in urban contexts
Elizabeth Pufall-Jones, Jonathan Zaff, Jingtong
Pan, Katie Aasland, Michelle Sedaca

112

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114

Associations between Professional Development,
Preschool Teachers' Comfort with Math, and Math
Instructional Practices
Aleksandra Holod, Heather Quick, Alison Hauser
Investigating the impact of credential level on
growth in teachers' mathematical knowledge for
teaching after participating in professional
development
Lixin Ren, Wendy Smith
Structure and Stability of CLASS K-3 When Used
in Rural Kindergarten Classrooms
Lia Sandilos, James DiPerna

115

Adults' Perceptions of Cries of Infants of Mothers
Depressed During Pregnancy
Margaret Hanley, Kristin Garber, Philip Zeskind

116

Psychosocial Predictors of Breastfeeding: Adult
Attachment, Beliefs About Crying, and Perceptions
of Infant Temperament
Meagan Mathews, Esther Leerkes

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Parent Perceived Social Support as a Predictor of
Children's Comfort in Relationships and
Psychosocial Quality of Life
Chetna Chandrasekaran, Shauna Tominey,
Steven Southwick, Linda Mayes

130

The Presence of Stepchildren and Its Effects on
Marital Satisfaction
Megan Hicks, Chalandra Bryant, Allen Barton

131

140

Smiling Intensity and Types in Term and Preterm
Infants During Face-To-Face Interaction with
Mothers
Hui-Chin Hsu

141

The Relationship between Preterm Birth,
Temperament, and Psychopathology
Renata Vaysman, Elizabeth Raffanello, Kristen
Uhl, Leslie Halpern

A Neurophysiological Study of Substance Use on
Maternal Perception of Emotional Infant Faces
Emily Goettsche, Helena Rutherford, Diana Gal,
Lane Strathearn, Marc Potenza, Linda Mayes

142

"I wonder What My Friends Think?" Peer
influences on Children's Risk Taking Decisions
Barbara Morrongiello, Brae Anne McArthur, Alexa
Kane

132

The Parental Bond From Pregnancy to
Toddlerhood
Evi de Cock, A. Maas, Charlotte Vreeswijk,
Catharina Rijk, Hedwig van Bakel

143

Understanding the Relationship Between
Childhood Sexual Abuse and Risky-Sexual
Decision Making: The Role of Sexual Arousal
Jennifer Staples, William George

133

Emotion Regulation in Sexually Abused
Preschoolers
Rachel Langevin, Louise Cossette, Martine
Hébert, Catalina Mejia Cardenas

144

Sexual Solicitation on the Internet of Youth With an
Intellectual or Development Disability
François Sallafranque St-Louis, Claude Normand

145
134

Breaking the Cycle: Child Maltreatment, Child
Externalizing Behavior, and Maternal Depressive
Symptoms
Nicole Hollis, Katherine Conger, Kevin Grimm,
Susan Timmer, Amanda Guyer, Adrienne Nishina,
Anthony Urquiza

Seventeen-Month-Olds' use of Lexical Stress
when Recognizing Familiar Words
Jennifer Campbell, Suzanne Curtin, Susan
Graham

146

Children, Adolescents and Adults Interpret Verbal
Irony from Different Perspectives
Brent Tapley, Melanie Glenwright, Penny Pexman,
Jacqueline Rano

147

Mothers do not speak more slowly to infants:
Evidence from Japanese
Andrew Martin, Yosuke Igarashi, Nobuyuki Jincho,
Reiko Mazuka

148

Does Speaker Intonation Influence how Children
and Adults Understand Sarcasm?
Kristene Cheung, Melanie Glenwright, Jayanthi
Parackel, Elizabeth Nilsen

149

Early consonant/vowel processing asymmetry:
evidence from speech segmentation with Frenchlearning 8-month-olds
Leo-Lyuki Nishibayashi, Thierry Nazzi

150

Children flexibly use event and verbal knowledge
in real-time sentence interpretation
Arielle Borovsky, Kim Sweeney, Ross Metusalem,
Jeff Elman

151

Learning to Read Influences Children's
Phonological Awareness and Rapid Automatized
Naming
Anne Arnett, Robin Peterson, Bruce Pennington,
Brian Byrne, Stefan Samuelsson, Richard Olson

135

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139

Positive Parenting Practices Moderates Links
Between Parenting Stress and Child Behavior
Independent of Child Maltreatment
Brittney Shillan, Stephanie Parade, Audrey Tyrka,
Ronald Seifer, Susan Dickstein
Cultural Transmission through Early Symbols:
Differences in the Contents of Infant Signs and
First Words in the U.S. and Taiwan
Wen Wang, Chang Su, Claire Vallotton
Chinese and White Parents' Beliefs about Their
Children's Math Development
Susan Sonnenschein, Claudia Galindo, Joy
Thompson, Shari Metzger, Hui Huang
Parents' Socialization of Self-Reliance and
Individuality: Implications for Chinese Early
Adolescents' Psychological Functioning
Li Lin, Qian Wang
Gestational Age at Birth as a Predictor of
Development for Late Preterm, Near-term and
Full-term Infants
Gwenden Dueker, Jing Chen, Sandra Portko,
Megan Zelinsky, Candace Cowling, Susan Toman,
Michele Bishop

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Summer Setback:The Impact of Time off From
School on Reading in Children With Brain Injury
Ozlem Ece Demir, Matthew Carlson, Susan
Levine, Susan Goldin-Meadow

166

Changeability of Infant Spontaneous Movements
Toward Goal-directed Movements in a Novel
Environment
Moe Kato, Hama Watanabe, Gentaro Taga

153

Cross-language transfer of phonological
awareness and morphological awareness in
Chinese-English bilingual children
Yang Luo, Xi Chen, Esther Geva

167

Perceived Cultural Discrepancies, Conflict, and the
Moderating Role of Parent-Youth Relationships in
Immigrant Arab Canadian Families
Sarah Rasmi, Susan Chuang, Karl Hennig

154

Maternal Input and Object Noun Bias in English-,
French-, and Japanese-Speaking Children
Amelia Manolescu, Yuriko Oshima-Takane, Diane
Poulin-Dubois

168

The Complexity of Emerging Adulthood for
Immigrant Young Adults
Dalal Katsiaficas, Carola Suarez-Orozco

169
155

Associating two novel labels with one object by
Japanese 1-year-old children
Tessei Kobayashi, Toshiki Murase

Everyday Challenges for Refugee and Immigrant
Children and Families: A Qualitative Appraisal of
Theoretical Models of Adaptation
Chenoa Allen, Clea McNeely

156

Unique Effects of Morpho-Syntactic and InferenceMaking Skills on the Development of Listening
Comprehension Among Preschoolers
Janne Lepola, Maarit Silvén, Eero Laakkonen

170

Family Generation and Suicidal Behavior Among
Latino Youth: Cultural and Contextual Mediators
Stephanie Torres, Amanda Wagstaff, Antonio Polo

171
157

Object accessibility and absent reference
comprehension at 12 months.
Maria Osina, Megan Saylor, Patricia Ganea

I like me, I like you not: The relationship between
implicit and explicit racial biases in childhood
Amanda Williams, Jennifer Steele

172
158

Moral Complexity in Middle Childhood: Children's
Evaluations of Necessary Harm
Marc Jambon, Judi Smetana

Characterizing Language Attitudes of 4- 5-YearOld Dual-Language Immersion Students and Their
Peers in English-Only Instruction
Alison Bailey, Rachel Zwass, Rashmita Mistry

159

Favoring Ingroup or Equality?: Young Children's
Reasoning About Group Inclusion and Resource
Allocation
Laura Elenbaas, Shelby Cooley, Jeeyoung Noh,
Melanie Killen

173

Children's and Adolescents' Judgments about
Inclusion and Exclusion: The Role of Culture,
Shared Interests and Group Norms
Aline Hitti, Jeeyoung Noh, Michael Rizzo, Melanie
Killen

174
161

Children's Use of Emotion Expectancies in Moral
Decision-making
Steven Hertz, Fanli Jia, Tobias Krettenauer

Children's Identity and Relationship Building
through Language and Literacy Practices
Louise Beryl

175

162

Effect of short-term lateralized experiences on
infant reaching preference
Rosana Souza, Inara Marques, Daniela Corbetta,
Luis Teixeira

The Discontinuity of Offending: Longitudinal
Trends among African American Youth in the
Juvenile Justice System
Abigail Williams, Pamela Davis-Kean, Joseph
Ryan

163

From Object Acquisition to Role-Differentiated
Bimanual Manipulation: Development of
Handedness in Infants with Different Handedness
Status
Iryna Babik, George Michel

176

Perceptions and Judgments of Same-Sex,
Juvenile-on-Juvenile Sexual Offenses
Natalie Troxel, Gail Goodman, Paul Hastings

177

Hit by El Niño: Households' Responses and
Medium Term Effects on Child Outcomes in
Ecuador
Maria Rosales Rueda

165

A Longitudinal Study of Hand to Mouth Transport
With Objects in Young Infants
Björn Kahrs, Wendy Jung, Jackleen Leed, Ashley
Smith, Jeffrey Lockman

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Predictors of Physical, Emotional and Social
Needs of Displaced 0-5 year-old Children 9
Months after the 2010 Chilean Earthquake
MaryCatherine Arbour, Kara Murray, Hirokazu
Yoshikawa, Felipe Arriet, Cecilia Moraga, Miguel
Cordero

179

The Influence of Parental and Socioeconomic
Status on Gender Socialization in Preschoolers
Megan Costo, Tsu-Ming Chiang, Rebecca Frick,
Kaylee Fiorello

180

Evidence of Sexualized Preferences and Beliefs
among Girls
Sarah McKenney, Rebecca Bigler

181

Why Are Women Underrepresented in Certain
Academic Fields?
Lin Bian, Andrei Cimpian, Sarah-Jane Leslie

182

Young children's perceptions of adult gender roles,
gendered occupations and tasks as a function of
female headscarf in a Muslim society
Aysegul Metindogan Wise, Ryan Wise

183

Social Network Features of Different Types of Peer
Relationships
Huiyoung Shin, Allison Ryan

184

Stress Communication Styles and Relationship
Quality in Social Networks: Relationship-General
versus -Specific Associations
Chong Man Chow, Jennifer Homa

190

Assessment of the Measurement Model of the
Social Support Scale for Children (SSSC) in a
Sample of Foster Care Youth
Angela Tunno, Joy Gabrielli, Josh Hanson, Yo
Jackson

191

Life Events, Daily Hassles, and Social Relations
Among Children From the United States and
Japan
Maureen Wimsatt, Kira Birditt, Keiko Takahashi,
Toni Antonucci

192

Will Any Port do in a Storm? The Differing Effects
of Loneliness and Negative Support on
Adolescents
Maria Guarneri-White, Allyson Arana, Priya Iyer,
Lauri Jensen-Campbell

193

Conceptualization and Correlates of Social
Withdrawal in Turkey
Sevgi Bayram Ozdemir, Charissa Cheah

194

Social withdrawal in Turkish institution-reared
children: An examination of its stability and early
predictors
Ayca Alayli, Bilge Yagmurlu, Evren Etel, Yasemin
Sandikci, Irem Korucu

195

Shyness, Preference for Solitude, and Activity
Participation in Childhood
Linda Rose-Krasnor, Alex Graham, Robert Coplan

196

THE EXTENDED CLASS PLAY (BURGESS ET
AL., 2003): ADAPTATION TO A PORTUGUESE
SAMPLE OF YOUNG ADOLESCENTS - A SIX
FACTOR MODEL
Miguel Freitas, João Correia, Olivia Ribeiro,
Eulália Fernandes, António Santos, Kenneth Rubin

185

Patterns in the Quality of College Students'
Relationship Networks and Associations with
Adjustment
Karen Mooney, Wesley Hill

186

Children's Collaborative Work Skills: Associations
with Bullying and Peer Victimization
Khaerannisa Cortes, Casey Sechler, Idean Ettekal,
Kari Visconti, Becky Kochenderfer-Ladd, Gary
Ladd, Mark Whiteley

197

Young Children's Emotion Regulation and
Externalizing Behaviors: Associations with
Temperament and Maternal Control
Jasmine Harris, Kathleen Hodskins, Lauren
Schaefer, Camille Arnold, Anne Hungerford

187

Reliability and Validity of Direct Assessments of
Social and Emotional Comprehension
Clark McKown, Adelaide Allen, Nicole RussoPonsaran, Jason Johnson

198

Impact of Lullabies and Play Songs in Regulating
Infants' Stress
Niusha Ghazban, Frank Russo, Sandra Trehub,
Jean-Paul Boudreau

188

Development and determinants of cooperation
performance in young children
Hinke Endedijk, Sabine Hunnius, Ralf Cox, Harold
Bekkering, Antonius Cillessen

199

Caregiver Proximal Soothing and Infant Distress
Regulation at 12 Months: Does Mode of Proximal
Soothing Make a Difference?
Lauren Campbell, Rebecca Pillai Riddell, Saul
Greenberg

189

An Observational Study: Examining the Relevance
of Play and Toy Affordances on Parent-Child
Communicative and Social Interactions
Nasya Tan, Juanita Cole, Tiffany Tran, Meghan
Murray, Catheryn Miles, Holland McWhorter

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202

203

204

205

206

207

208

209

210

The Impact of Caregiver Sensitivity Over the First
Year of Life on Infant Regulation at 14 Months of
Age
Nicole Racine, Monica O'Neill, Lauren Campbell,
Rebecca Pillai Riddell, Hartley Garfield, Saul
Greenberg
The Effects of Play and Non-play Activities on Fear
and Stress in School-Aged Children Visiting the
Doctor
Sherwood Burns-Nader, Maria Hernandez-Reif,
Steve Thoma, Collen Posey
A Latent Profile Analysis of Adolescent Coping
Christine Ohannessian, Joanna Herres, Roger
Kobak
Relationships Between Company, Coping, and
Negative Affect in Adolescents: An Experience
Sampling Study
Hannah Untiedt-Lennarz, Eeske van Roekel,
Isabela Granic, Rutger Engels
Uncontrollable Stressors Call for Plan B:
Examining Adolescents' Desire for Control, Coping
Strategies, and Adjustment.
Kayla Weinmann, Thomas Power
The Physiological Response to the Still-face
Paradigm at Six Months Predicts Attachment
Relationships at Twelve Months
Steven Holochwost, Jean-Louis Gariepy, Cathi
Propper, W. Roger Mills-Koonce, Ginger Moore
Randomized Trial of Promoting First Relationships:
Effects on Maltreated Toddlers' Separation
Distress and Sleep Regulation after Reunification
Monica Oxford
Individual, Relational and Contextual Predictors of
Mother-Child Dyadic Synchrony Among Mexican
American Families
Paulina Velez-Gomez, Yvonne Caldera, Eric
Lindsey

211

Peer Support and Authority Presence at Physical
Fights in Elementary and Middle School
Tabitha Wurster, Molly Dawes, Amelia Hock,
Hongling Xie

212

Friends' Emotion Contingent Reactions and
Children's Social Competence
Katianne Howard Sharp, Rachel Tillery, Paige
Pirkey, Gabrielle Banks, Robert Cohen

213

The Relation of Gender for Peer Socialization of
Sadness
Paige Pirkey, Rachel Tillery, Katianne Howard
Sharp, Gabrielle Banks, Robert Cohen

214

Development and Validation of a New Mood
Induction Procedure for Preschool Children
Sean Logie, David Schultz

215

Personality in Action: Can Brief Behavioral Tests
of Helping and Goal Tenacity Predict Children's
Acceptance and Achievement?
Astrid Poorthuis, Sander Thomaes, Jaap
Denissen, Marcel van Aken, Bram Orobio de
Castro

216

Mastery in Middle Adolescence: The Contributions
of SES, Maternal Mastery and Parenting
Kristin Moilanen, Yuh-Ling Shen

217

Big Five Personality Traits: Prospective
Associations With Developmental Outcomes From
Early Childhood to Late Adolescence
Sylia Wilson, Benjamin Schalet, Brian Hicks,
Robert Zucker

218

Parent Empathy Buffers Risk for Depression
among Children with Ruminating Response Styles
Jessica Stern, Jessica Borelli, Patricia Smiley

Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Maternal Cognition, Behavior and the Infant
Attachment Relationship: Mediating and
Moderating Processes Underlying These
Associations
Erinn Hawkins, Sheri Madigan, Greg Moran, David
Pederson

(Event 1-140) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Relations between Aggression and Adjustment in
Chinese Children: Moderating Effects of Academic
Achievement
Fan Yang, Xinyin Chen, Li Wang

Chair: Douglas E. Sperry

1-140. Alternative Pathways to Everyday
Learning

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Parent- and Peer-Related Variables Associated
with Relational Aggression in Middle Childhood
Natalie Barlett, Christopher Barlett

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Rural and Urban American Indian Children's
Attention to Others' Activities
Maricela Correa-Chavez, Monica Tsethlikai, Barbara
Rogoff
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Listening as a Pathway for Moral Socialization in
Taiwanese Families: A Longitudinal Study of
Preschoolers' Bystander Role in Everyday Family
Conversations
Eva Chian-Hui Chen, Heidi Fung



Hands Up, Mouths Shut: Learning How, When, (and
When Not) to be Silent in a Second Grade
Classroom of English Learners
Sara Rutherford-Quach



Including Siblings in the Mix: A Comparison of Verbal
Environments of Young Children from Different
Social Classes
Douglas Sperry, Linda Sperry, Peggy Miller



Twelve-month-old Infants Plan and Adapt Their
Actions According to Object Weight in a Novel Motor
Context
Michaela Upshaw, Jessica Sommerville



Common Brain Signatures of Arithmetic in Educated
Adults and Preverbal Infants
Daniel Hyde, Elizabeth Spelke



Infants' understanding of counting
Virginia Slaughter, Martin Ip

(Event 1-143) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-141) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-143. Physiological Stress Responding
Among Youth With or At-Risk for
Psychopathology

1-141. Emotions, Valence, and False
Memories: Mechanisms and Consequences

Chair: Amy Mezulis

Chair: Kyndra Cleveland


Developmental Differences in Spontaneous and
Suggestion-Based False Memories
Henry Otgaar



Effects of Event Valence on Children's Suggestibility
Across Development
Travis Conradt, Kamala London



The Roles of Emotion and Suggestion in Children's
False Reports
Kyndra Cleveland, Jodi Quas, Thomas Lyon



A Brighter Side to Emotional False Memories
Mark Howe, Samantha Wilkinson, Sarah Garner

(Event 1-142) Paper Session
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-142. Origins of Knowledge About Objects
and Relations Between Objects: Mass,
Causality and Counting
Chair: Virginia Slaughter
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Causal Learning in an Uncertain World
Anna Waismeyer, Andrew Meltzoff, Alison Gopnik

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Blunted Stress Response Among Maltreated
Children as Measured by Ambulatory Blood
Pressure
Brian Leitzke, Lori Hilt, Seth Pollak



Affective and Physiological Stress Reactivity
Among Early Adolescents at Low and High Risk
for Depression
Amy Mezulis, Sarah Crystal, Kara Pegram,
Sheila Crowell



Relations Between Respiratory Sinus
Arrhythmia, Self-Injury, and Depression: Does
the Biological Sensitivity to Context Theory
Resolve Discrepant Findings?
Sheila Crowell, Mona Yaptangco, Brian
Baucom, Elizabeth McCauley, Ted Beauchaine

(Event 1-144) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-146) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-144. New Perspectives on the Social
Functions of Imitation

1-146. Children's Interactions With Native
and Foreign Speakers

Chair: Cristine H. Legare

Chair: Kathleen R. Sullivan
Discussant: Lori Markson



Stick to the Script: Young Children Expect Imitative
Rigidity in Ritual Learning
Cristine Legare, Patricia Herrmann, Nicole Wen,
Katherine Cullum



Object Familiarity Facilitates Foreign Word Learning
in Preschoolers
Maria Sera, Caitlin Cole, Melissa Koenig



Preschool Children Conform More When Acquiring
Conventions Than Instrumental Actions
Daniel Haun



Children's Reasoning About Communicative
Interactions in Familiar and Unfamiliar Languages
Kathleen Sullivan, Narges Afshordi, Lori Markson



Affiliative Motivations for Imitation
Rachel Watson-Jones, Cristine Legare, Harvey
Whitehouse, Jennifer Clegg



Preschooler's Helping of Foreign and Native
Speakers
Jennifer Menjivar, Nameera Akhtar



Imitation Communicates Social Information
Malinda Carpenter, Harriet Over

(Event 1-147) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-145) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-147. Developmental Precursors to
Borderline Personality Disorder: New
Approaches, New Findings

1-145. The Puzzle of Comprehension:
Academic Language, Theory of Mind,
Monitoring and Repair

Chair: Karlen Lyons-Ruth

Chair: Carol M. Connor
Discussant: Frederick J. Morrison
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Preschoolers' Listening and Comprehension
Monitoring: Language Foundations of Literacy
Young-Suk Kim, Beth Phillips
What happens when text doesn't make sense? Fifthgraders' repair strategies depend on their oral
language skills
Carol Connor, Ralph Radach, Frederick Morrison
General Academic Language Proficiency: A Key
Predictor of Adolescents' Reading Comprehension
Paola Uccelli

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Developmental Precursors of Adolescent Borderline
Features at Age 15 in the SECCYD
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Margaret Owen, Laura Brumariu,
Martha Cox, Nazly Hasanizadeh



Gender, Relational Aggression, and Borderline
Personality Disorder Features in Middle Childhood
Adrienne M. Banny, Wan-Ling Tseng, Clio Pitula,
Nicki Crick



A Social-Cognitive Account of the Development of
Borderline Personality Disorder
Geraldine Downey, Kathy Berenson, Ozlem Ayduk



Prediction of Borderline Symptomatology at Age 20:
Interaction of OXTR and Childhood Family Discord
Constance Hammen, Patricia Brennan

(Event 1-148) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-150) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-148. Adaptation in Families with Children
with Disabilities

1-150. Blurring the Boundaries: How Playful
Banter, Aggression, and Prosocial Behavior
May Mix to Change the Social Equation

Chair: Laura Lee McIntyre
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Chair: Amy E. Luckner

Reconceptualizing Family Adaptation Under
Conditions of Risk
Anita Pedersen, Keith Crnic, Bruce Baker, Jan
Blacher



Views of Family Functioning among Mothers and
their Adolescents with Disabilities
Miriam Tillinger, Ashley Woodman, Miriam Heyman,
Penny Hauser-Cram

Aggressive, yet Funny: Mixing Positive Humor,
Negative Humor, and Aggression in the Bid for Peer
Status
David Nelson, Sacha Bikhazi, Sarah Coyne



Maternal Depression and Social Support in Families
with Children with ASDs
Mallory Brown, Laura Lee McIntyre

The Powerful Combination of Being Funny and Being
Mean on the Road to Perceived Popularity
Tracy Vaillancourt, Heather Brittain, Patricia
McDougall, Shelley Hymel



Playful Relational Behaviors in Adolescence:
Associations with Prosocial Behavior and SelfEsteem
Amy Luckner, Christina Piccirillo



Verbal Aggression and Verbal Rough-and-Tumble
Play in Adolescents' Interactions With Siblings and
Friends
Ganie DeHart, Leslie Cohoon, Sana Shakeel

Parenting Stress in Families with Multiple Children
with Special Needs
Kenya Makhiawala, Laura Lee McIntyre

(Event 1-149) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-151) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-149. Development of Sex Differences in
Externalizing Psychopathology: Familial
Risk, Prenatal Exposures, and
Temperamental Trait Mechanisms

1-151. Mapping Points of Contact in the
Development of Language and Mathematics
in Young Children

Chair: Molly Nikolas
Discussant: Elizabeth McCauley


Differential Genetic Loading and Sex-Specific
Sensitivity to Prenatal Substance Exposures:
Illuminating Sex Differences in ADHD
Molly Nikolas, Joel Nigg



Prenatal Testosterone and Substance Exposure
Interacts Differentially Based on Child Sex to Predict
Externalizing Psychopathology
Monica Gremillion, Bethan Roberts



Sex Differences in Trait Mechanisms of AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Comorbidity During
Preschool
Michelle Martel

Chair: Belinda Blevins-Knabe


A PreK Mathematics Curriculum: Impacts on Early
Literacy
Julie Sarama, Douglas Clements



Role of Number Naming Systems in Children's Rote
Counting: Evidence from Turkish and Canadian
Children
Ozlem Cankaya, Jo-Anne LeFevre
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

Young Children's Phonological Awareness, Working
Memory, and Executive Functioning as Mediators
between Language and Math
Shawnee Hendershot, Ann Berghout Austin,
Alexander Fronk, Jeffrey Dew



Social Inhibition Among Familiar Versus Unfamiliar
Peers at Two Years of Age: Inhibition with Familiar
but Not Unfamiliar Peers is Linked to Observed Peer
Exclusion
Heidi Gazelle, Richard Faldowski



Influence of Expressive and Receptive Vocabulary
Skills and Home Environment on Young Children's
Mathematical Skills
Elizabeth Vaughn-Neely, Belinda Blevins-Knabe



The Observed Social Behaviors of Socially Inhibited
Children in Familiar and Unfamiliar Social Settings
Over Time
Jennifer Wang, Maureen Wimsatt, Kenneth Rubin,
Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, Robert Coplan, Kelly Ann
O'Brien, Lea Dougherty

(Event 1-152) Federal Agency Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-154) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-152. Mock NIH Application Review
Moderator: James A. Griffin
Panelists: Marita Hopmann, Peggy McCardle,
Valerie Maholmes, Lisa Freund, Brett Miller, Kathy
Mann Koepke

1-154. Promoting Family Engagement:
Family Characteristics, Family-Teacher
Relationships, and a Research-Based
Framework
Chair: Nancy G. Margie

Integrative Statement: This symposium will feature a
mock National Institutes of Health (NIH) application
review. During this symposium, a Scientific Review
Officer (SRO) will give a brief overview of the review
process, and then have six Program Officers acting as
peer reviewers score and discuss comments on two
applications (one research and one fellowship training
grant), concluding with the Chair explaining the Council
and funding process. This symposium will feature 60
minutes of presentations as part of the mock review. The
panelists will then be able to meet with participants for the
next 30 minutes to discuss questions regarding the NIH
peer review process.

(Event 1-153) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-153. Behavioral Inhibition Across
Context:Social Versus Non-social and
Familiar Versus Unfamiliar Contexts
Chair: Heidi Gazelle
Discussant: Kristin A. Buss


Observed Social and Non-Social Behavioral
Inhibition in Preschool-age Children: Differential
Associations with Parent-Reported Temperament
and Anxiety Symptoms
Margaret Dyson, Daniel Klein, Thomas Olino, Lea
Dougherty, C. Emily Durbin

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

Exploring the Dimensions of Family Engagement in
High Quality Head Start Programs
Elisa Vele-Tabaddor, Mallary Swartz, Jessica DymBartlett, Adam VonEnde, Catherine Ayoub



Teachers' and Parents' Perceptions of Family
Engagement in a Struggling Community
Stefanie Sinno



OHS Parent, Family and Community Engagement
(PFCE) Framework
Catherine Ayoub

(Event 1-155) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-157) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-155. Knowing 'What' is 'Where': New
Findings on Object Individuation and
Identification in Infancy

1-157. Age differences in peer
collaboration: socio-cognitive perspectives

Chair: Maayan Stavans

Chair: Patrick J. Leman
Discussant: Margarita Azmitia



The Featureless Object: What Infants Remember
When They Forget
Melissa Kibbe, Alan Leslie



Do children share information during group
collaboration?
Michaela Gummerum, Patrick Leman, Tara Hollins



Infants Can Play the Memory Game: A Novel
Anticipation-Based Object/Location Task
Zsuzsa Kaldy, Erik Blaser, Sylvia Guillory



How do groups work? Age Differences in
Performance and the Social Outcomes of Peer
Collaboration
Patrick Leman



A Re-Interpretation of Young Infants' Failure at
Standard Object-Individuation Tasks
Maayan Stavans, Renée Baillargeon



Gender, interaction and children's learning: What
changes from early to middle childhood?
Anna Zapiti, Charis Psaltis



The Role of Function Demonstration in Object
Individuation
Erno Téglás, Gergely Csibra, György Gergely

(Event 1-158) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-156) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-158. Definitions, Frameworks and
Methods for Assessing ?Effective
Implementation? of Early Childhood
Programs and Systems

1-156. The Effectiveness of Science
Learning Interventions in Primary
Education

Moderator: Tamara G. Halle
Panelists: Eboni Howard, Noreen Yazejian,
Shannon Wanless, Diane Paulsell

Chair: Henderien W. Steenbeek
Discussant: Todd Rose


Elementary school science: implementation of
domain-general strategies into a teaching didactics
Kristof Van de Keere, Peter Dejonckheere, Isabel
Tallir, Stephanie Vervaet



Video Feedback Coaching forTeachers during
Science Lessons in Preschool
Annemie Wetzels, Henderien Steenbeek, Paul Van
Geert



Promoting young children's science understanding
through academic language use in kindergarten
science lessons: A cluster-randomized controlled
intervention study
Paul Leseman, Lotte Henrichs

(Event 1-159) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-159. Challenges and Issues in Conducting
Research with Rural Ethnic Minority
Populations
Moderator: Lisa Crockett
Panelists: Lynne Vernon-Feagans, Velma Murry,
Marcela Raffaelli, Les. Whitbeck

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Biography: C. Cybele Raver serves
as Vice Provost of Academic,
Faculty and Research Affairs at
NYU. She also maintains an active
program of research, examining the
mechanisms that support children's
self-regulation in the contexts of
poverty and social policy. Raver and
her research team currently conduct
CSRP, a federally-funded RCT
intervention and she regularly
advises local and federal government agencies and
foundations on promoting school readiness among lowincome children. Raver has received a William T. Grant
Faculty Scholar award as well as support from the
Spencer Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the
National Institutes of Health, and the National Science
Foundation. Raver earned her Ph.D. in developmental
psychology from Yale University.

(Event 1-160) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-160. Developmental Trajectories of
Coparenting from Infancy Through
Adolescence: The Role of Child
Characteristics
Chair: Elizabeth Riina
Discussant: Mark Feinberg


The Effects of Infant Sleep on Parents' Depression,
Sleep Quality, and Coparenting Quality Across the
First Year of Parenthood
Brandon McDaniel, Douglas Teti



The Quality of Coparenting in Fragile Families From
Birth to Age 9
Anne Martin, Elizabeth Riina, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn



The Trajectory of Coparenting Conflict Across the
Adolescent Transition: Links With Adolescent
Adjustment
Elizabeth Riina, Mark Feinberg, Jeanne BrooksGunn

(Event 1-162) Invited Master Lecture
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-162. Early Environmental Regulation of
Gene Expression and Brain Development:
How Early Experience Exerts a Sustained
Influence on Neuronal Function?

(Event 1-161) Invited Address
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: W. Thomas Boyce
Speaker: Michael Meaney

1-161. Low-Income Children's SelfRegulation: Scientific Inquiry for Social
Change

Abstract: Michael Meaney was one of the first
researchers to identify the importance of maternal care in
modifying the expression of genes that regulate
behavioral and neuroendocrine responses to stress, as
well as hippocampal synaptic development. Dr. Meaney
studies how parenting produces lasting effects on
cognitive and emotional development. His lab examined
development in rats and found parental influences on the
chemical, or 'epigenetic', signals that control the activity in
the brain of genes that influence the connections between
brain cells as well as learning and memory. In adult
animals that were licked more frequently by their mothers
the epigenetic signals enhanced the activity of genes
associated with learning and memory. These findings
reveal that social influences during early life affect the
activity of genes that affect the structure and function of
brain regions critical for cognitive capacity.

Speaker: C. Cybele Raver
Chair: Hirokazu Yoshikawa
Abstract: Over 21% of children in the U.S. today are
poor with the income gap between our nation's richest
and poorest children widening dramatically, over time.
Raver will discuss ways that children's executive function
and emotional self-regulation serve as likely mediating
mechanisms through which poverty has deleterious
consequences for their later life outcomes. Raver will
present findings from her own and others' field
experiments and longitudinal studies to consider ways
that self-regulation in childhood is environmentally
modifiable. Drawing from traditions of policy analysis,
developmental science, and prevention science, Raver
will outline several ways that scientific inquiry in human
development might be strengthened to support social
action. New directions for theory and methods in the
study of self-regulation, poverty-related risk, and
prevention will be discussed.

(continued)

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Biography: Michael Meaney
M
Ph.D.
is curre
ently James Mc
cGill Professor
of Mediicine in the Dep
partments of
Psychia
atry and Neuro
ology and
Neuros
surgery. He is also
a
Director,
Program
m for the study
y of Behavior,
Genes and Environme
ent at McGill
sity. He is intere
ested in the
Univers
mechan
nisms by which
h adversity in
early liffe alters neural development
so as to
o render certain
n individuals att
risk for patholo
ogy later in life focusing on ep
pigenetic
influences. Early life events serve
s
as potentt determinants
y/resistance to chronic
c
illness,, including
of vulnerability
depression, an
nxiety disorders
s, schizophreniia, and drug
abuse.

(Eve
ent 1-164) Pa
aper Sympos
sium
Room
m 602 (Wash
hington Conve
ention Centerr)
Thurrsday, 2:20 pm
m - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-163
3) Paper Sym
mposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington
(
Convention
C
Center)
C
Thursday, 2:2
20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-16
64. African A
American F
Fathers' Parrenting
Exp
periences: E
Exploring Processes and
Con
ntributions tto Youth Ou
utcomes
Chaiir: Shauna M.. Cooper

1-163. Critical Perspec
ctives on Pa
arents'
Roles in the
e Emotion Socializatio
S
on Process:
From Laboratory to Life

Parents' in
nfluence on the
eir partner's em
motion
socialization practices: Stability,
S
change, and the role
e
of marital adjustment
elson, Nicole Pe
erry, Susan Ca
alkins, Susan
Jackie Ne
Keane



Socialization of Positive Affect: Focus on
o Single
African Am
merican Mothers and Adolesc
cents
Laura Mck
kee, Alyssa Fa
aro, Kelsey Sprratt, Deborah
Jones



a emotionTuning in to Toddlers: A pilot study of an
focused program for parrents of toddlers
Sophie Ha
avighurst, Kath
herine Wilson, Ann
A Harley,
Michelle Lauw
L



IIntergeneration
nal Experiences and African A
American
F
Fathers' Involvvement: The Me
ediating Role o
of
F
Fathering Ideo logies
S
Shauna Coope
er, Charity Brow
wn, Isha Metzg
ger



S
Situated Identitties among Low
w-Income, Urb
ban
F
Fathers
V
Vivian Gadsde
en, Stanton Wo
ortham, Cleo Ja
acobs

1-16
65. The Imp
pact of Parent Deploym
ment on
Chilld and Family Adjustm
ment: Family
y Based
Risk
k and Resiliience Mode
els

Maternal and
a Paternal Reactions
R
to Ch
hild Sadness
Predict Ch
hild Internalizin
ng and Externalizing
Symptoms
s: An Interactiv
ve Approach
Rachel Miiller, Janice Zeman, Wesley Sanders,
S
Julie
Dunsmore
e, Jennifer Poo
on



P
Paternal and m
maternal social support and co
ontrol's
a
association to d
depressive sym
mptoms in rural African
A
American adole
escent femaless
D
Dustin Mars, M
Michael Cunningham

(Eve
ent 1-165) Pa
aper Sympos
sium
Room
m 603 (Wash
hington Conve
ention Centerr)
Thurrsday, 2:20 pm
m - 3:50 pm

Chair: Laura Mckee




Chaiir: Julie Warg
go Aikins
Disccussant: Carl Castro

88



T
The Impact of Parent Deployment on Child
A
Adjustment: Ch
hildren's Achievvement of Stag
ge Salient
T
Tasks
JJulie Wargo Aiikins, Deane Aiikins



C
Child Well-bein
ng in Combat-Injured Military Families:
T
The Moderatin g Effects of Ad
daptive Parentin
ng and
P
Parental Menta
al Health
A
Allison Holmess, Stephen Cozzza, Carol Fulle
erton,
R
Robert Ursano
o



M
Moving researcch to practice: Developing an
n
e
evidence-base
ed reintegration
n program for m
military
ffamilies with ve
ery young child
dren
E
Ellen DeVoe, A
Abigail Ross, M
Michelle Acker, Melissa
H
Holt

(Event 1-166) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-168) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-166. Parental Coaching in the Context of
Peer Stress: A Goodness-of-Fit Perspective

1-168. New Insights into Teen Sleep
Chair: Andrew J. Fuligni

Chair: Stephen A. Erath
Discussant: Jacquelyn Mize








Maternal Social Coaching and Children's Emotion
Skills: Toward a Broader Model of How and Why
Mothers Coach Successfully
Blake Nielsen, Jeffrey Parker, Kristina McDonald



Factors influencing sleep duration, continuity, and
quality in healthy African American and Caucasian
adolescents: Application of the reserve capacity
model
Karen Matthews, Martica Hall, Ronald Dahl

Parental Social Coaching and Preadolescent
Physiological Responses in the Context of Peer
Stress
Kelly Tu, Stephen Erath, Gregory Pettit




The Concordance between Parent and Teen Sleep
Andrew Fuligni, Kim Tsai



Reciprocal Relations between Sleep and Adjustment
among Youth over Time
Ryan Kelly, Mona El-Sheikh



Contributions of Socialization of Coping and Peer
Victimization to Children's Physiological Reactivity
Jennifer Monti, Karen Rudolph, Jamie Abaied




(Event 1-167) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-169) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-167. School-Based Strategies to Promote
Positive Peer Relations and Prevent Peer
Problems in Childhood

1-169. The Role of Parenting on Adolescent
Outcomes: Do Parent's still Matter?
Chair: Pamela Davis-Kean
Discussant: John Schulenberg

Chair: Wendy L. Hoglund
Discussant: David Schwartz


Targeting Classroom Quality and Children's Mental
Health to Promote Children's Healthy Peer
Relationships
Naheed Hosan, Wendy Hoglund, Shayla Richards



Impacts of a Social-Emotional Learning Program on
Children's Aggressive Social-Cognitions and
Experiences of Peer Victimization and Aggression
Wendy Hoglund, Stephanie Jones, Joshua Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber



Effects of Systematic Versus Random Seating
Rearrangements on Classroom Social Climate and
Dyadic Peer Relationships
Henrike Klip, Antonius Cillessen, Eliane Segers

Prospective Prediction of Major Depressive Disorder
from Hours of Sleep in Adolescence
Emma Adam, Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn

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

Impact of family members' shared and unique
perspectives of family dysfunction on adjustment:
Main effects and interactions
Justin Jager, Cynthia Yuen, Marc Bornstein, Diane
Putnick, Charlene Hendricks



Parental support, mental health, and substance use
in national and high-risk African American adolescent
samples
Julie Maslowsky



Expected and unexpected educational pathways in
relation to parenting practices and student
engagement
Kristjana Stella Blöndal

(Event 1-170) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-170. The Mechanisms and Impact of Adult
Support for Language Learning in Early
Childhood
Chair: David K. Dickinson
Discussant: Allyssa McCabe






Tell me Whaea/Mama: The Role of Reminiscing and
Storybook Reading in the Oral Language of Young
New Zealand Māori Children
Tia Neha, Elaine Reese, Tamar Murachver, SarahJane Robertson



A Detailed Approach to Assessing Preschool
Children's Depth of Word Knowledge
Elizabeth Hadley, Kimberly Turner, David Dickinson



Predicting Mothers' Food Choices for their Children
with Menu Labeling
Sarah Domoff, Allison Kiefner, Debra Hoffmann,
Dara Musher-Eizenman



Parents' and Adolescents' Domain Beliefs about
Food-related Behavior
Kaitlyn Ferris, Aaron Metzger

1-172. Overcoming Challenges and
Obstacles in Child Development Research

Spontaneous Talk in Guided Play Promotes
Preschoolers' Word Learning
Katherine Newman, Kimberly Turner, David
Dickinson
Book Reading and Supported Play Fosters Story
Recall by Improving Vocabulary
Bretta Rivera, Kimberly Turner, David Dickinson

Food Consumption by Young Children: A Function of
Parental Feeding Attitudes and Habits
Allison Kiefner, Debra Hoffmann, Molly Meers, Afton
Koball, Dara Musher-Eizenman

(Event 1-172) Paper Session
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Differential Susceptibility to BookStart in Children
with Difficult Temperament
Heleen van den Berg





Chair: John Bolland


Challenges of Conducting Educational Research in
Low-Wealth, Rural Communities
Catherine Darrow, Allison De Marco, Justin
Garwood, Ariel Tichnor-Wagner, Lynne VernonFeagans



Recruitment Matters: Factors that Influence Parents'
Decision to Participate in Developmental Research
Nicole Sugden, Margaret Moulson



Asking Questions and Getting Answers from Youths
in Hard-to-reach Populations: Is it Possible and Does
it Matter?
Anneliese Bolland, John Bolland



Challenges in finding suitable comparison groups in
child welfare evaluations: A case study in Georgia
Kirk O'Brien, Catherine White, Cynthia Davis, Kristen
Rudlang-Perman, Linda Morgan, Carla Rogg

(Event 1-171) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-171. Bodies Inside Out: Internal
Perceptions of the Body and External
Influences on Body Image Satisfaction and
Food Choices
Chair: Nicole Campione-Barr
Discussant: Nita McKinley


Teens' and Tweens' Body Dissatisfaction: The Role
of Parents
Sarah Hinkley, Shayla Holub



Operation Domination: Responding to Sibling
Psychological Control through Body-Esteem, SelfWorth Based on Appearance, and Sibling Support
Outcomes
Kelly Bassett Greer, Nicole Campione-Barr

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(Event 1-173) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-175) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-173. Disambiguation as a domain-general
strategy: Faces-to-voices, animal
vocalizations-to-animals, and gestures-toobjects

1-175. Effects of Stress on Cognitive and
Behavioral Outcomes of At-Risk Children

Chair: Ricardo A. Bion
Discussant: Larissa K. Samuelson



Mothers' Responsiveness Mediates the Link
Between Emotional Distress and Cognitive Function
of Preterm (not Full-term) Infants
Noa Gueron-Sela, Naama Atzaba-Poria, Gal Meiri,
Kyla Marks



The Direct and Protective Relationship Between
Parenting and Child Executive Function Skills in a
Sample of Homeless Families
Amy Monn, Ann Masten



Prenatal Stress and Nicotine Exposure:
Developmental Pathways to Externalizing Problems
T. Caitlin O'Brien, Caron Clark, Lauren Wakschlag,
Kimberly Espy



Electrophysiological correlates of a mindfulnessbased intervention in post-institutionalized children: A
preliminary study
Elisa Esposito, Jamie Lawler, Colleen Doyle, Kristin
Frenn, Megan Gunnar



Reasoning by exclusion: faces & voices and
searching for objects
Justin Halberda



One-to-one biases in a non-linguistic and noncommunicative domain: 30-month-olds map novel
animal vocalizations to unfamiliar animals
Ricardo Bion, Kyle MacDonald, Anne Fernald



Young children's disambiguation of words and
symbolic gestures: Implications for domain-specificity
Sumarga Suanda, Laura Namy

Chair: Naama Atzaba-Poria

(Event 1-174) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-174. Neurophysiological Predictors of
Developing Social-Emotional Responses

(Event 1-176) Paper Session
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Sara F. Waters
Discussant: Susan D. Calkins






1-176. Multiple Predictors of Adolescent
Risk and Adjustment

Executive Function-Related ERPs Link Behavioral
Inhibition and Social Problem Solving During
Childhood
Ayelet Lahat, Olga Walker, Connie Lamm, Kathryn
Degnan, Heather Henderson, Nathan Fox

Chair: Marlene Sandstrom

Dynamic Parasympathetic Regulation of Sadness
Predicts the Development of Empathic Concern Over
Two Years
Jonas Miller, Jacob Nuselovici, Caroline Chochol,
Paul Hastings
Links Between Maternal Physiological Stress
Reactivity and Infants' Social Responses
Sara Waters, Wendy Mendes

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

Alcohol Use among North American Indigenous
Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study of Personal, Peer,
and Family Influences
Brian Armenta, Les. Whitbeck



Paper Title: Does Marital Quality Moderate the Effect
of Genes on Adolescent Depressive Symptoms?
Briana Horwitz, Chandra Reynolds, Erica Spotts,
Jody Ganiban, David Reiss, Jenae Neiderhiser



Longitudinal Associations Between Sleep and
Adolescent Well-being Across the Transition to
Puberty
Kristen Bub
(continued)



The Impact of Delinquency on Self-Worth
Development among Minority Adolescents
Heather Moore, Sara Tomek, John Bolland

(Event 1-179) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-179. Sleep and Affective Functioning from
Middle Childhood through Adolescence

(Event 1-177) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Marsha Weinraub
Discussant: Judith A. Owens

1-177. Innovations in Physical Problem
Solving



Sleep problems, anxiety/depression, and socialemotional competence: Transactional relations and
effects on children's adjustment
Joan Foley, Marsha Weinraub



Poor sleep quality is associated with decreased
emotional arousal in healthy girls
Candice Alfano, Radhika Reddy, Katharine
Reynolds, Heather Pane, Tyson Reuter, Carla Sharp



Alternate Time Zones: Understanding the Effects of
Bedtime and Sleep Duration on Academic and
Emotional Outcomes
Lauren Asarnow, Eleanor McGlinchey, Allison
Harvey

Chair: Sarah R. Beck


Is There Anything to be Learned from Comparing
Tool Use in Animals and Children?
Lucy Cheke



Exploring Tool Innovation: A Comparison of Western
and Bushman Children
Mark Nielsen, Ilana Mushin, Keyan Tomaselli,
Andrew Whiten



Tools for Ill-structured Problems: Young Children's
Tool Innovation and Manufacture
Sarah Beck, Nicola Cutting, Ian Apperly, Jackie
Chappell, Zoe Demery



Copy You or Copy Me? Investigating the Relation
Between Children's Personal and Social Learning on
Novel Artefact Use
Emma Flynn, Lara Wood, Rachel Kendal

(Event 1-180) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-180. Understanding Escalation in
Children's Behavior Problems: The Impact
of Parents and Peers

(Event 1-178) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Pol van Lier


Understanding Sex Differences in Progression from
Oppositional Problems to Conduct Problems: The
Differential Susceptibility to Peer Rejection
Marieke Buil, Hans Koot, Pol van Lier



Links between externalizing problems, peers
experience, and delinquency: A longitudinal,
process-oriented and genetically controlled study
Frank Vitaro, Mara Brendgen, Stéphane Cantin,
Ginette Dionne, Michel Boivin



Socio-contextual Moderators of the Progression from
Oppositional Behaviors to Serious Conduct Problems
Across Childhood
Dustin Pardini, Rebecca Gazda



The Duration and Timing of Maternal Depression as
a Moderator of the Relationship Between Stress,
Risk and the Transition from Difficult Temperament
to Early Conduct Problems
Edward Barker

1-178. Considering "Coming Out": The
Process and Consequences of LGBT
Youth's LGBT Identity Disclosure
Chair: Neal A. Palmer
Discussant: Joseph P. Robinson


LGBT Identity Development Online and In Person
Neal Palmer



Benefits of LGBT Youth Outness to School Staff
Ryan Kull



Out at School: Openness about sexual
orientation/gender identity and its relationship to wellbeing and educational outcomes for LGBT students
Joseph Kosciw

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(Event 1-181) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 1-183) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-181. Emotion Socialization in Cultural
Perspective

1-183. Changes in Emotion Regulation
Across Development: Integrating
Psychophysiology with Expressive
Behaviour and Emotional Experience

Chair: Wolfgang Friedlmeier








Emotion Displays in Media: A Comparison Between
Romanian, Turkish, Hispanic- and Euro-American
Children Books
Wolfgang Friedlmeier, Mayra Sanchez, Briana
VanderWege, Erica Goodrich

Chair: Dianna M. Lanteigne


Emotion Socialization Strategies of Romanian
Mothers of Toddlers: the Role of Child Gender and
Temperament
Oana Benga, Georgiana Susa, Irina Pitica

The Role of Autonomic Recovery in the Development
of Emotion Regulation
Sarah Kahle, Monica Lopez, Jonas Miller, Paul
Hastings



Emotion Socialization Strategies Among Israeli
Mothers: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Fadi Ayoub, Jenny Kurman

Longitudinal Patterns Among Emotional Experience,
Arousal, and Expression in Adolescence
Dianna Lanteigne, Tom Hollenstein, Jennifer
Eastabrook, Jessica Lougheed

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Disruptions in Emotion Regulation in Adolescents:
Multilevel Perspectives on Internalizing Disorders
Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, Paul Hastings, Georges
Han, Kathryn Cullen

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Increased Self-Conscious Emotional Behaviors
Suppresses Physiological Responding to a
Laboratory Stressor
Jeremy Peres, Amber Allison, Melissa Warner,
Brittany Verret, Brandon Gaudet, Elizabeth Shirtcliff

Turkish Mothers' Emotion Regulation Responses to
Toddlers' Negative Affect During a Delay of
Gratification Task
Feyza Corapci, Nuray Mustafaoglu

(Event 1-182) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

1-182. Érase una vez: Latino family
narratives and their relation to children's
school readiness skills

(Event 1-184) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Gigliana Melzi
Discussant: Elaine Reese

1-184. Understanding the Risk Associated
with Social Withdrawal: It Depends on
Subtype, Context, and Risk/Protective
Factors

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Family Reminiscing Practices and Children's
Emergent Literacy Skills in Costa Rican Dyads
Alison Sparks, Ana Carmiol, Marcela Rios

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Spanish-speaking Family Reminiscing about
Emotional Narratives and its Relation to Children's
Literacy Skills
Diana Leyva, Virginia Nolivos, Tara Tasuji, Mariana
Somoes

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Family Print-Related Practices in Low-Income Latino
Homes and Children's School Readiness
Adina Schick, Gigliana Melzi, Elisheva Schick

Chair: Julie C. Bowker

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Early Childhood Reticent and Passive-withdrawn
Behaviors and Social and Psychological Adjustment
in Chinese Children
Xinyin Chen, Dan Li, Huichang Chen, Li Wang

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Early Childhood Educators' Attitudes and Beliefs
towards Hypothetical Socially-Withdrawn and
Exuberant Children
Amanda Bullock, Robert Coplan, Sandra Bosacki
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Preference-for-Solitude Most Strongly Associated
with Adjustment Difficulties for Youth who Find Social
Activities Unpleasant
Kenneth Rubin, Jennifer Wang, Brett Laursen,
Cathryn Booth-LaForce, Linda Rose Krasnor

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Examining the Significance of Having a "Social
Helper" for Shy Young Adolescents
Andrea Markovic, Julie Bowker

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The Development of Perceptually Implemented
Processes in Arithmetic
David Landy, Robert Goldstone, Erin Ottmar, Han
van der Maas

12

A Comparison of Young Children's Outcomes in
Math, Cognitive Competence, and Social Skills
Between Different Teaching Approaches
Blanche Komara, Mary Curtner-Smith

13

Culture Differences in the Effects of a Benchmark
on Preschool Children's Understanding of Number
Line Estimation
Chang Xu, Emma Wells, Jo-Anne LeFevre

14

Young Children's Selective Learning and Teaching
Sunae Kim, Elizabeth Spelke

15

How Social Categories Influence Young Children's
Giving
Maggie Renno, Kristin Shutts

16

Framing Affects Preschoolers' Ability to Use
Statistical Information to Infer Preferences
Laura Garvin, Rebecca Schmidt, Amanda
Woodward

17

Preschoolers' Word-Learning from Inaccurate
Speakers: Do They Consider a Speaker's
Reasons?
Elizabeth Stephens, Shiri Einav, Melissa Koenig

18

Age-related Changes in Preschoolers'
Identification of Conventional Versus Idiosyncratic
Behaviour in Games
Teal Mackintosh, Mark Sabbagh

19

Appearing certain versus being right: Children
weigh speakers' confidence with prior accuracy
when learning from others
Patricia Brosseau-Liard, Tracy Cassels, Dorna
Rahimi, Susan Birch

20

Children's States of Knowledge during Sibling
Teaching
Shireen Abuhatoum, Sandra Della Porta, Nina
Howe

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Children's spontaneous teaching varies based on
their learners' knowledge
Samuel Ronfard, Kathleen Corriveau, Sidney
Stauss

22

Measuring Implicit Intergroup Bias Among
Preschoolers
Pauline Go

Thursday, 2:40 pm - 3:40 pm

(Event 1-185) Poster Session 5
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 2:40 pm - 3:40 pm
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Biological Motion Direction triggers Visuo-Spatial
Orienting: An Eye-Tracking Study with Adults and
6-Month-old Infants
Elisa Di Giorgio, Lara Bardi, Francesca Simion
Early Development of Orienting of Attention
Maria Johansson, Gunilla Bohlin, Karin Brocki,
Carin Tillman
The Role of Stimulus Variability in Infant
Preferences for Social and Nonsocial Events
Lorraine Bahrick, James Todd, Janet Vasquez,
Monica Rodriguez, Barbara Sorondo
Developmental Investigation of the Negativity Bias:
Attention to Negative versus Positive Stimuli and
Relations to Anxiety
Marissa Knox, Kristin Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan

6

Investigating Scale Errors in Relation to Shape
Bias
Samuel Hunley, Erin Hahn

7

Omega-6 to Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio and HigherOrder Cognitive Functions in Children 7 to 9 Years
Old
Kelly Sheppard, Carol Cheatham

8

Preschoolers' Performance on a new Matrix
Completion Task
Gal Podjarny, Deepthi Kamawar, Corrie Vendetti,
Andrea Astle

9

Predictors of Sensitization in an Infant Habituation
Paradigm
Lori Curtindale, John Colombo

10

Selectivity promotes 9-month old infants to encode
the goals of others
Scott Robson, Valerie Kuhlmeier

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Language or Social Delays: What are the Deficits
in Intermodal Perception Abilities of Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders?
Stephanie Brown, Lisa Hancock, James Bebko

24

The Efficacy of Music Intervention for the Prosodic
Development in Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders (ASD)
Toko Oshio, Gerard Buffo, Dee Hansen

25

Auditory Temporal Processing Impairments in
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Jennifer Foss-Feig, Rebecca Johnston, Alexandra
Key, Mark Wallace, Wendy Stone
The Effect of Rhythm and Intonation on
Perceptions of Disorder in Children with ASD
Paul Olejarczuk, Melissa Redford

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The Role of Language in Social Cognition Among
Children with HFASD, LD, and TYP: Social
Information Processing, Executive Function, and
Theory of Mind
Nirit Bauminger-Zviely

34

The Impact of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
on Multi-tasking and Executive Function
Kimberly Kerns, Heather Olson, Lauren Webb

35

Cognitive Factors Contributing to Impaired Spelling
Performance in School Age Children With Heavy
Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
Leila Glass, Diana Graham, Sarah Mattson

36

Risk and Protective Factors Among Youth With
FASD in Conflict With the Law
Maya Peled, Annie Smith, Timothy Agg

37

Lexical Development in Williams Syndrome
Children; a Modeling Account
Julien Mayor

38

Parent and Teacher Perspectives on Domains of
Social Skills: Areas of Difficulties and Importance
Kirsten Li-Barber, Bonnie Klein-Tasman

39

The Effects of Event Knowledge on the
Development of Child Language
Amanda Culley, Lauren Yontz, Joann Benigno

28

Indian Parent-Child Training Program Empowers
Parents of Children with ASD: A Culturally
Relevant Model for Autism Intervention
Rachel Brezis, Nidhi Singhal, Tamara Daley, Merry
Barua, Thomas Weisner

40

Parent-Implemented Social-Pragmatic
Intervention: Parents Perspectives on the Goals,
Procedures, and Outcomes
Hedda Meadan, Maureen Angell, Julia Stoner,
Marcus Daczewitz

29

Is parent awareness of child emotion a protective
factor for social skills deficits in children with
autism spectrum disorders?
Beverly Wilson, Ellen Geib, Erin Haven, Ursula
Krentz

41

Predictors of Coping Skills in Toddlers with
Developmental Delays
Aurelie Weinstein, Rose Sevcik, Mary Ann Romski

42

Internalizing and externalizing problems among
Portuguese institutionalized children: Links with
development and caregiving environment
Isabel Soares, Paula Oliveira, Joana Silva, Joana
Baptista, Sophia Marques, Ana Mesquita, Carla
Martins, Jay Belsky

43

Interactive Repair During Reunion Following
Differential Treatment Among Infants of Mothers
with Depressed Symptoms
Sybil Hart, Jennifer Harris, Anuradha Sastry

44

Inaccuracy of Self-Esteem Ratings is Associated
with Internalizing and Externalizing Problems in 5Year-Old Children
Jacqueline Klaver, Sufna Gheyara, Lisabeth
DiLalla

45

Heavy Metal Enthusiasts at Mid-Life:
Developmental Trajectories and Functioning Three
Decades Later
Tasha Howe, Edwin Vazquez, Esperanza Alcazar,
Rebekah Becker, Sarah Murphy, Howard
Friedman

30

Developmental Trajectory of Morphological
Language Structure in Children With and Without
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Jessica Jacques, Deborah Crawford, Patricia Rao,
Rebecca Landa

31

Adaptive Functioning and Maternal Stress Among
American and Indian Families of Children With
Developmental Disabilities
Aesha John, Amy Tate

32

Stress and Coping Among Immigrant Indian
Parents of Children With Developmental
Disabilities
Aesha John, Kori Bower, Samie McCullough,
Amanda Tompkins

33

Environmental Barriers and Supports for Children
and Youth with Disabilities based on Reported
Functional Limitations
Kendra Liljenquist, Wendy Coster

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Adolescent Texting While Driving and Compulsive
Texting: Personality Correlates and Predictors of
Problematic Texting Behavior
Dawn Brinkley, Marion Underwood

47

The Influence of Unpredictability Inside the Home
in Early Childhood and the Juvenile Transition on
Sexual Behavior
Sooyeon Sung, Sally Kuo, Jeffry Simpson, Vladas
Griskevicius, W. Collins

48

Self-Regulation Moderates the Prospective Link
between Childhood Emotionality and Adolescent
Allostatic Load
Nadya Dich, Stacey Doan, Gary Evans

49

Interactive Effects of Coping Strategies and
Stressor Domains Predicting Internalizing
Outcomes Among Urban African American Youth
Cynthia Pierre, Sarah Pekoc, Noni GaylordHarden

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Emotion Dysregulation as a Predictor of StressReactive Rumination and Attentional Biases
Among Early Adolescents
Marissa Rudolph, Amy Mezulis
The Bidirectional Relationship Between Binge
Drinking Patterns and Neurocognitive Functioning
in Adolescence: a Longitudinal Study
Sarai Boelema, Zeena Harakeh, Martine E. van
Zandvoort, Anja Huizink, Menno Reijneveld, Frank
Verhulst, Johan (Hans) Ormel, Wilma Vollebergh

58

Psychometric test of the Personal Style InventoryII (PSI-II) in a Taiwanese youth sample
Yu-Yun Liu, Patrick Pössel

59

Longitudinal associations between peer
victimization and depressive symptoms: A
bivariate dual change score model.
Fabio Sticca, Sonja Perren

60

Are Relationships With Parents Associated With
Resilience Among Adolescents From Low-income
Urban Families?
Patricia Richardson, Lilia Mucka, Matthew Carroll,
Michele Cantwell, Zachary Barrington, Jaclyn
Issner, Douglas Barnett

61

Safe Havens: Can They Protect Youth from the
Negative Impact of Violence Exposure?
Cyndy Karras, Elizabeth Gershoff

62

Psychological Adjustment among Rural-to-Urban
Migrant children: A Moderated Mediation Analysis
of the Roles of Discrimination and Resilience
Shaobing Su, Danhua Lin, Xiaoming Li

63

A longitudinal study on factors moderating and
increasing the risk of PTSD, emotional and
behavioral problems amongst children in war
zones
Muthanna Samara, Mohamed Altawil

64

Validity of CBCL-Derived Trauma Symptom Scales
: Further Evidence in a Sample of Neglected
Children and Adolescents
Tristan Milot, Andre Plamondon, Jean-Pascal
Lemelin, Diane St-Laurent, Louise Ehier

65

Longer P3 Latencies Associated with Externalizing
Behavior Problems in Young Children
Isaac Petersen, John Bates, Kathleen Kelsey,
Caitlin Hudac, Srinivas Kota, Cathryn Cortesa,
Dennis Molfese, Angela Staples

66

Autonomic nervous system reactivity modifies the
relationship between early childhood adversity and
later mental health
Abbey Alkon, Brenda Eskenazi, Kim Harley

52

Parent-Adolescent Drug Use Discussions: Youth
Physiological Responses and Substance Use
Tara Chaplin

53

Temperament moderates the prospective
relationship between alcohol use and alcoholrelated problems
Hector Lopez-Vergara, Craig Colder

54

Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, Relational Victimization,
and Rumination: A Mediation Model
Emily Hamm, Lori Hilt

55

Attachment and Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents
Barry Wagner, Srishti Seth

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Consistent and Inconsistent Longitudinal Reporting
of Lifetime Suicide Attempt from Adolescence
through Young Adulthood
Shelley Hart, Rashelle Musci, Nicholas Ialongo,
Holly Wilcox

Negative Parenting and Externalizing Behavior
Across Preschool: A Cross-lagged Analysis
Gina Raciti, Jody Ganiban, Manjie Wang, Tova
Jacobs, Lara Zappaterra, Fern Race, Kimberly
Saudino

68

Parent Perceptions of Positive Versus Direct
Discipline Strategies: Implications for Parental
Stress and Child Functioning
Janine Slavec, Paulo Graziano

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Dynamics of Positive Affect Functioning in
Adolescents with Depressive Symptomatology
Lauren Fussner, Aaron Luebbe, Debora Bell

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Regrouping: Organized Activities as a Facilitator of
Peer Status and Adjustment Across the Transition
to High School
Nicole Arola, Amy Bohnert, Julie Wargo Aikins

81

How do levels of English proficiency relate to
mathematics achievement and motivation?
Jin Kyoung Hwang, Cathy Tran, AnneMarie
Conley

70

Does Australian Adolescents' Breadth of
Participation in Extracurricular Activities Predict
Their Sense of Self Trajectory?
Corey Blomfield Neira, Bonnie Barber, Kathryn
Modecki

82

Explaining Adolescents' Self-Discovery in Groups
Theresa Thorkildsen

83

Family Early Literacy Practices Questionnaire: A
Validation Study for ELLs
Kandia Lewis, Marika Ginsburg-Block

84

A Mediating Effect Model of Parental Involvement
on Students' Math Academic Engagement in
Taiwan
Hsin-Yi Kung

85

Parental Involvement and Expectations:
Implications for Different Types of Mathematics
Achievement
Steven Roberts, Rose Vukovic

86

Supportive Relationships: How Parents and Peers
Influence the Academic Engagement and
Psychological Well-Being of Immigrant Youth
Naila Smith, Joshua Brown

87

Collaborative skills as a form of social competence
in childhood: Longitudinal associations with school
and social adjustment
Kari Visconti, Idean Ettekal, Khaerannisa Cortes,
Casey Sechler, Gary Ladd, Becky KochenderferLadd, Mark Whiteley

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How Frequency of Extracurricular Activity
Participation Impacts Aggression and Victimization
Levels
Alysha Ramirez, Noel Card, Diana Meter

89

Teacher Attunement: Supporting Children's Peer
Experiences in the Early Elementary Classroom
Abigail Hoffman, Jill Hamm

90

School Adjustment of Kindergarten Children in
Foster Care: The Role of Early Identification of
Mental Health Problems
Kimbree Brown, Christina Gamache Martin,
Katherine Pears

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Extra-Curricular Participation among Adolescents
from Immigrant Families
Daisy Camacho, Andrew Fuligni
What Adolescents Experience in Extracurricular
Activities: Differences Between Youths with and
Without Difficulties
Anne-Sophie Denault
The effects of home-school dissonance on future
orientation and family connectedness of Maori and
European New Zealand Adolescents
Paul Jose
Examining Cultural Socialization as a Protective
Factor against Violence Exposure to Promote
Academic Success Among Minority Youth
Maleka Brown, Debra Roberts

75

Early Childhood Temperament, Classroom
Organization, Parent-Teacher Involvement, and
Internalizing Problems at First Grade
Irina Kalutskaya, Eric Buhs

76

The Role of Maternal Education, Home Numeracy,
and Child's Self Regulation in the Development of
Early Math Skills in Preschool-aged Children
Maria Ines Susperreguy, Pamela Davis-Kean

77

Moderators and Extensions of the Big-Fish-LittlePond Effect
Amy Dent

78

Gender Differences in Identification of Gifted and
Talented Youth and in Gifted Program
Participation: A Meta-Analysis
Jennifer Petersen

79

Is grade retention related to social economic status
and criminal activities in adulthood?
Suh-Ruu Ou, Arthur Reynolds

91

Evaluation of an Early Childhood Education
Program in Uganda
Frances Aboud, Elias Kumbakumba

80

Motivation at Preschool Age and Subsequent
School Success: Role of Supportive Parenting and
Child Temperament
Irina Mokrova, Marion O'Brien

92

Effects of Teacher Discourse Style on Preschool
Language Development
Barbara Zurer Pearson, Rebecca Burns

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Learning a Second Language in Preschool:
Children With High First-Language Skills Benefit
More From Rich Second-Language Exposure
Veslemøy Rydland, Vibeke Grøver, Joshua
Lawrence

104

Link between theory of mind and "culture"— A
cross-cultural study between Japan and the UK
examining children's minds from mothers' cultural
values and speech
Nao Fujita, Claire Hughes

94

The Comparison of Manga(Comic Book) Literacy
between Japanese and U.S. University Students.
Jun Nakazawa, David Shwalb

105

Early Childhood Psychosocial Stimulation
Practices by Caregivers in a Poor Peri-Urban
Community in the Dominican Republic
John McLennan

95

Go!Books and School Readiness: A Successful
Head Start Enhancement Program
Joy Kennedy, Margaret Caspe

106

Delinquent-Oriented Attitudes as a Mediator of the
Relation Between Inconsistent Discipline and Early
Adolescent Behavior
Linda Halgunseth, Daniel Perkins, Melissa Lippold,
Robert Nix

107

Do Relations Between Spanking and Children's
Emotional and Behavioral Problems Differ for
African American and Hispanic Families?
Melissa Kull, Rebekah Coley, Jennifer Carrano

108

Longitudinal Relations of Parental Discipline
Practices on Turkish Children's Prosocial
Behaviors
Cara Streit, Gustavo Carlo, Asiye Kumru, Bilge
Yagmurlu, Melike Sayil, Alexandra Davis

109

The Role of Stigma in Parental Help-Seeking for
Child Behavior Problems Among Urban African
American Parents
Robert Dempster, Deborah Davis, Veronnie Jones,
Lesa Ryan

110

Supportive and Undermining Coparenting:
Relations to Changes in Marital Quality across the
Transition to Parenthood
Tomo Umemura, Caroline Christopher, Deborah
Jacobvitz, Nancy Hazen

111

Shared Parenting Time Protects Children of
Divorce
Karina Sokol, Matthew Stevenson, William
Fabricius

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The Effectiveness of a Web-Based Spelling Task
on Reading Speed in Grade 7 Students
Jordan Brace, Cathy Penny, Darcy Hallett, Dylan
Seaward, Cheryll Fitzpatrick, Aishah Bakhtiar
Social Support as a Predictor of Maternal-Fetus
Attachment Among Brazilian Pregnant
Adolescents
Eva Dinis Bensaja dei Schiro, Brenda Volling,
Silvia Koller
"What do you Think you're Doing?": The Relation
Between Maternal Cognitions and Children's
Development in an At-Risk Population
Molly Crossman, Ann Easterbrooks, Alessandra
Caruso
Developmental Trajectories of Self-control and
Deviance from Kindergartner to Adolescence:
Parenting, self-control and gender differences
Li Huang, Alexander Vazsonyi

100

Effect of Adoption Status on Family Relationship
Quality During the Transition to Young Adulthood
Amy Walkner-Spaan, Martha Rueter

101

Adoptees in Emerging Adulthood: How do
Adoption Communication and Attachment to
Adoptive Parents Matter to Birth Family Contact?
Rachel Farr, Harold Grotevant, Holly GrantMarsney

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Mother-Infant Proximity and the Organization of
Maternal Behavior in Adoptive and Non-Adoptive
Dyads
Alexandra Bradley, Joan Suwalsky, Diane Putnick,
Marc Bornstein

Children Experiencing Parental Divorce: Outcomes
When Exposed to Multiple Risks
Elissa Mitchell, Marcela Raffaelli, Jennifer
Hardesty

113

Are we all the Same? Ethnic Differences in
Parenting and Cyberbullying.
Danielle Law, Jennifer Shapka, Joanna Tan

Factors Influencing Preschoolers' Peer Likability in
Singapore: An Asian Perspective
Hoi Shan Cheung, John Elliott

114

Concurrent and Previous Depression in Mothers,
Anger Regulation, and Emotional Availability in
Mother-Infant Interaction
Melanie Klein, Douglas Teti

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Maternal Emotional Overinvolvement Revisited
Tamar Khafi, Efrat Sher-Censor, Cleo Burce,
Tuppett Yates

116

Cross-cultural Perspectives on Family Dynamics
and Children's Involvement in Household Work
(Chores)
Amy Roberts, Jacqueline Deuling

117

Parent Attributions for Child Misbehavior: Mother
and Father Perspectives
Sara Colalillo, Natalie Miller, Charlotte Johnston

118

General Coping Efficacy as a Mediator of ParentAdolescent Interactions and Romantic
Relationship Intimacy Among Mexican-Origin
Families
Fanita Tyrell, Lorey Wheeler, Nancy Gonzales,
Larry Dumka

119

How Do Demographic and Emotional Risk Factors
Affect Children's Early Social-Emotional
Competence Over Time?
Abby Winer, Ross Thompson, Alberto GuzmanAlvarez

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The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on Parenting
in Ethnic Minority Families: Testing Variations of
the Family Stress Model
Rosanneke Emmen, Maike Malda, Judi Mesman,
Marinus van IJzendoorn, Marielle Prevoo, Nihal
Yeniad
Mothers' Educational Level and Literacy Beliefs:
Associations with Home Literacy Experiences
Carla Peixoto, Teresa Leal
Parenting Practices: Contextual Correlates of
Parenting Styles Among Low-Income Mothers
Henry Gonzalez, Jennifer Mortensen, Katherine
Paschall, Melissa Barnett, Ann Mastergeorge
Maternal Punitive Reactions to Children's Negative
Emotions and Young Adult Anger: The Effect of
Gender and Emotional Closeness
Nicole Perry, Alyson Cavanaugh, Angel Dunbar,
Esther Leerkes

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Determinants of Early Onset, Late Onset, and
Persistent Mother-Child Bed-Sharing in Young
Children
Maartje Luijk, Viara Mileva, Pauline Jansen,
Marinus van IJzendoorn, Vincent Jaddoe, Bert
Hofman, Frank Verhulst, Henning Tiemeier

127

Developmental Origins of Infant Sleep Patterns:
Can Maternal Sleep Behaviour During Pregnancy
Organize Infant Sleep Behaviour
Gerry Giesbrecht, Umair Sajid, Tiffany Haig,
APrON Study Team

128

Behavioural Repertoire Influences Temperament
Scores: A Cautionary Tale for Early Infant
Assessment
Gerry Giesbrecht, Deborah Dewey, APrON Study
Team

129

Sleep Problems as a Predictor of Internalizing and
Externalizing Symptoms
Virginia Gil-Rivas, Jane Gaultney, Hannah Peach

130

Understanding How Parenting Impacts Adolescent
Smoking in China: A Mediation Model Based on
the Theory of Planned Behavior
Yan Wang, Ambika Krishnakumar

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Exploring Cultural Correlates of Pregnant Mexicanorigin Adolescents' Attitudes Toward Teen
Pregnancy
Sarah Killoren, Kimberly Updegraff, Adriana
Umana-Taylor, Laudan Jahromi

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Exploring Risk Factors for Teen Boys' Involvement
in Pregnancy
Stephanie Sitnick, Lauretta Brennan, Emily
Russell, Daniel Shaw, Erika Forbes

133

Contingency Learning and Memory for Vowel
Sounds in Neonates
Alison Greuel, Henny Yeung, Janet Werker

134

Linguistic Experience Modulates Infants' Selective
Attention to the Eyes and Mouth of a Talking
Person
Ferran Pons, Laura Bosch, David Lewkowicz

124

Ethnicity Differences in Mothers' Parenting Styles
may be a Function of Gender Beliefs
Patsy Sibley, Fantasy Lozada, Calvin Sims, Amy
Halberstadt

135

How do French- and Mandarin-learning infants use
speech modulation cues to process tones?
Laurianne Cabrera, Feng-Ming Tsao, Christian
Lorenzi, Josiane Bertoncini

125

Structure of reflective functioning and adult
attachment scales: Is reflective functioning a
distinct construct?
Allison Jessee, Sarah Mangelsdorf, Maria Wong,
Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Geoffrey Brown

136

How toddlers interpret novel adjectives: The role of
semantic, phonological and perceptual information
during word learning
Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Nivedita Mani

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How consistent is infant behavioral stress reactivity
across varying levels of intensity of negative
maternal interactions?
Meaghan McCallum, Sherryl Goodman

Crossmodal correspondence of onomatopoeia by
4-year-old Japanese children
Ayaka Ikeda, Tessei Kobayashi, Shoji Itakura

150

Window to the Mind: Pupil Dilation Reveals
Attentional Processing in Early Word Learning
Nancy Rader, Patricia Zukow-Goldring, Stephanie
Miller

Revising the Children's Behavior Questionnaire
(CBQ): Item-Response and Factor Analyses
Yuliya Kotelnikova, Thomas Olino, Katie Kryski,
Heather Smith, Elizabeth Hayden, Daniel Klein

151

Head Start Preschoolers' Vocabulary Learning
Through Shared Book Reading: The Role of the
Mutual Exclusivity Bias
Autumn Palmiter, Anne Murphy, Jeanne Day

Maternal employment and children's readiness to
learn: A comparative perspective between
Australian and American children
Caitlin Lombardi

152

Variations on the Bilingual Advantage? Heritage
Language Maintenance and Executive Function in
2nd Generation Immigrant Children
Stephen Chen, Qing Zhou, Silvia Bunge

Measuring Morning Cortisol in a Sample of
Preschool Aged Children: Factors Contributing to
Missing Data
Evelyn Mercado, Jill Trumbell, Leah Hibel

153

Inequity Aversion of Infants and Toddlers
Wen Wang, Liqi Zhu

154

Feeling bad and doing good: Guilt & shame in
toddlers in relation to prosocial behavior
Jesse Drummond, Stuart Hammond, Whitney
Waugh, Alicia Dlugos, Celia Brownell

155

Examining Prosocial Dispositions in 18-MonthOlds: Taking a Person-Centered Approach
Emily Newton, Miranda Goodman, Ross
Thompson

156

Weakness of Will: Executive Function Demands
Mask Children's Sharing Behavior
Jason Cowell, Michal Reifen Tagar, Brian Wilson,
Michael Maratsos, Melissa Koenig

157

The Role of Proprioception in the Acquisition of
Human Body Knowledge
Jackleen Leed, Björn Kahrs, Jeffrey Lockman

158

Use of an external frame of reference for touch by
4 years of age is modulated by sight of the hands
Jannath Begum, Dorothy Cowie, Andrew Bremner

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Relationship between motor experience and
mental rotation ability in 9-month-old infants
Gudrun Schwarzer, Claudia Freitag, Nina Schum

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The Development of Body Knowledge in Infancy:
Sensitivity to the Waist-to-Hip Ratio
Alyson Hock, Ashley Kangas, Leah Oberst, Nicole
Zieber, Ramesh Bhatt

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Development of the speed of sight: Temporal limit
of face processing in infants, children, and adults
Faraz Farzin, Anthony Norcia

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Phonological similarity helps infants segment
words from fluent speech
Nivedita Mani, Nicole Altvater-Mackensen

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The Protective Role of Bilingualism for Executive
Functioning in Emotionally Dysregulated Children
Ximena Portilla, Jelena Obradović
The Effects of Bilingualism on Low-Income
Children's Performance on Cognitive Tasks
Dawn Melzer, Cori Palermo, Christine Loscri
Sheer amount or proportion of language exposure:
What matters most in bilingual language
development?
Lucia Martínez, Sara Rodríguez, Virginia
Marchman, Nereyda Hurtado, Anne Fernald
Enhancing Written Expression in English
Language Learning Kindergarteners
Ann Kruger, Judy Orton, Rebecca Bays
Gender Differences in the Perceptions of
Adolescents' Playful and Aggressive Use of
Sarcasm
Zachary Gold, Ganie DeHart
Children from Different Ages Tell a Fictional
Account Together. A Study with Children from
Urban Marginalized Populations in Buenos Aires,
Argentina
Florencia Alam, Celia Rosemberg, Maia Migdalek
Symbol-Infused Joint Engagement During Early
Childhood: From Interactions to Conversations
Lauren Adamson, Roger Bakeman, Deborah
Deckner, P. Nelson

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The influence of heritage language proficiency and
heritage language use with family and peers on
ethnic identity development among Asian-Indian
adolescents.
Aparna Kumar, Tim Kasser

163

Negotiating Cultural Identity: Ideas About Dating
and Marriage Among Muslim American Youth
Aleksandra Petkova, Kathleen Cain, Jing Chen,
Rachael Ward, Carolyn Murphy, Derik YagerElorriaga, Lucien Ryan

173

Parents' Perceptions of Youths' Math Ability,
Youths' Self-Perceptions of Math Ability, and
Youths' Intentions to Pursue Coursework and
Careers in Math: A Study of African American
Families
Dana Wood, Beth Kurtz-Costes, Kristine Copping,
Olivenne Skinner

174

Is it a Boy or a Girl? Examining Assignment of
Infant Gender
Echo Love, Alyson Shapiro

164

Stereotype Threat among Latino School-Age
Children: An Experimental Study
Hui Chu, Christia Spears Brown

175

Gender and Students'Mathematical Achievement
in China: National and Regional Patterns
Sha Tao, Congying Sun

165

Maternal Cultural Characteristics and Ethnic
Socialization as Predictors of Mexican-origin
Adolescent Mothers' Ethnic Identity
Chelsea Derlan, Adriana Umana-Taylor, Kimberly
Updegraff, Laudan Jahromi

176

The Influence of Social Norms on Self-Reported
Sexual Behavior: An Investigation of Gender
Differences
Alexander Wasserman, Raymond Montemayor

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166

Ethnic Context Matters: Considering Associations
of Racially-Based Harassment With Social and
Emotional Adjustment
Rhiannon Smith, Amanda Rose

Measurement Invariance and Same-Sex
Aggression: A Look at Equivalent Construct
Measurement Between Boys and Girls
Crystal Bryce, Ryan Field, Melissa Martin, Marliyn
Thompson, Laura Hanish

167

School Belonging is Protective Against Ethnic
Discrimination for Adolescent Sleep
Virginia Huynh, Cari Gillen-O'Neel

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168

Effects of Ethnicity and School Context on Ethnic
Discrimination among Recent Immigrant
Adolescents
Leanna Closson, Lina Darwich, Shelley Hymel,
Terry Waterhouse

Parental involvement, child effort, and the
development of immigrant boys' and girls' reading
and math skills: A latent difference score growth
model
Ui Jeong Moon, Sandra Hofferth

179

Role of Anger Regulation and Ethnic Socialization
in the Discrimination—Distress Link among
Mexican-Origin Adolescents
Irene Park, Oscar González Jr., Jacob Hughes,
May Kim, Félix Márquez, Kristina Martinez, Diem
Nguyen, Karl Nichols, Rosemary Salinas, Crystalia
Sulaiman

The Social Costs of Being a Wannabe: Moderating
Effects of Gender and Popularity on the
Association between Popularity Goals and Forms
of Victimization
Erin Shoulberg, Julia McQuade, Nicole Lafko,
Dianna Murray-Close

180

Getting Help from Adults or Going it Alone: The
Role of Emotions in Coping with Peer Victimization
Mark Whiteley, Becky Kochenderfer-Ladd

181

Relations Between Peer Victimization,
Externalizing and Internalizing Behaviors, and
Verbal Assertion Moderation, Across Time
Casey Dillon, John Lochman, Meghann Sallee

182

The Role of Weight Status and Age in Overweight
Children's Social Relationships During Early
Childhood
Sanobar Patel, Shayla Holub

183

Psychopathic Traits, Intent Attributions, and Peer
Aggression in Childhood
Scott Risser

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Changes in trajectories of engagement at the
transition to middle school among academically atrisk Hispanic students: Implications for
Achievement
Myung Hee Im, Jan Hughes, Oiman Kwok, Heining
Cham, Stephen West
A Systems Science Approach to Forming State
Partnerships to Support Child Development in
Schools
Christina Pate, Catherine Bradshaw, Takeru Igusa
Mexican Mothers' Experiences Across the
Kindergarten Transition
Jacqueline Nguyen, Elizabeth Jaeger, Amy Natello

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Unique Associations Between Early Childhood
Disruptive Behaviors and School-age Social
Functioning
Lauretta Brennan, Stephanie Sitnick, Daniel Shaw,
Thomas Dishion, Melvin Wilson

195

Judging Oneself While Judging Others?:
Paradoxical Effects of Facial Symmetry
Judgement on Self-Esteem Among College
Women
Amber Goulart, Seth Surgan

185

From Victimization to Aggressive Behavior:
Internalizing Symptoms and Normative Beliefs as
Potential Mediators
Michael Sheehan, Rebecca Schulman, Malcolm
Watson, Michelle Williams

196

Size of Social Brain Regions Correlates with Social
Cognitive Ability in Early Childhood
Katherine Rice, Brieana Viscomi, Tracy Riggins,
Elizabeth Redcay

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Gender Differences in the Role of Communication
Modality in Predicting Friendship Quality in Late
Adolescence
Patricia Dieter, Melissa Hord, Elizabeth Baroni,
Cynthia Erdley

Across two cultural contexts, children sympathise
with the victims of ostracism and punish those who
ostracise others
Harriet Over, Ayse Uskul

198

It's who you know: Friend support, friend
affiliations and school adjustment among MexicanAmerican adolescents
Cari Gillen-O'Neel, Guadalupe Espinoza, Nancy
Gonzales, Andrew Fuligni

You and me as we: The Effects of Cooperation
and Minimal Group Membership on Children's
Affiliation, Prosocial Behavior, and Trust
Maria Plötner, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter,
Michael Tomasello

199

Friendship quality and prosocial behavior across
childhood and adolescence: The mediating role of
empathy
Rosa Meuwese, Eveline Crone, Berna Guroglu

Rules Arising: Young Children's Creation of Social
Norms
Susanne Göckeritz, Marco Schmidt, Michael
Tomasello

200

Preference for typically configured human hands in
6-month-old infants
Luke Mason, Andrew Bremner

201

Parental Influences on Relational Social
Information Processing During Early Childhood
Stephanie Godleski, Jamie Ostrov

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Attachment and Affiliation in Adolescents' Working
Models of Friendship: An Evolutionary Behavioral
Systems Approach
Meredith Martin, Patrick Davies, Edward
Cummings

190

Let's Play Ball! A Field Experiment on How
Children Experience Ostracism
Marike Deutz, Tirza van Noorden, Johan
Karremans, Antonius Cillessen

202

The Moderating Role of Emotional Lability on Peer
Victimization and Hostile Attribution Biases among
School-aged Children
Darcy Burgers, Brian Shields, Deborah Drabick

191

"I'm the Most Popular Girl, but I Don't Want to Help
that Weirdo!": A Study on the Link between
Popularity and Willingness to Help
Hannah Tse, Chi-ming Kam

203

Mood Effects on Children's Judgments of
Stigmatized Groups: Happiness Increases Positive
Attributions and Helpfulness Predictions
Candace Lassiter, Janet Boseovski

192

Social Goals and Social Coping Strategies:
Associations With Peer Group Rejection and
Psychological Maladjustment in Children
Chung Jung Mun, Idean Ettekal, Gary Ladd

204

EEG Asymmetry and Surgency Across Infancy
and Early Childhood
Grace Howarth, Nicole Fettig, Timothy Curby,
Martha Ann Bell

193

Development of Implicit Self-Esteem in
Adolescence
Huajian Cai, Yu Luo, Jing Yang

205

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The Longitudinal Association Between Sports
Video Games, Self-Esteem, and Real Life Sports
Involvement
Paul Adachi, Teena Willoughby

Understanding the Relation Between Infant
Temperament and Sensory Processing Patterns
Micah Mammen, Ginger Moore, Laura Scaramella,
David Reiss, Daniel Shaw, Leslie Leve, Jenae
Neiderhiser

206

Temperamental factors interact with both proactive
and reactive components of cognitive control in
children: an ERP study
Fengji Geng, Ayzit Doydum, Bruce McCandliss

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The Developmental Association between
Temperament and Self Restraint in Toddlerhood
Ashley Smith, Soo Rhee, Naomi Friedman, Robin
Corley, John Hewitt, Laura Hink, JoAnn Robinson

208

Interplay between Infant Temperamental Fear and
Attention: A Longitudinal Cross Panel Analysis
David Bridgett, Maria Gartstein, Ben Bayly, Nora
Erickson, Erin Shishilla

209

Can Unsupportive Emotion Socialization Be
Adaptive? Emotion regulation moderates the link
between socialization and maladjustment
Christine Kodluboy, Scott Mirabile

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(Event 1-186) Poster Session 6
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Gender's Influence on Positive and Negative
Parental Socialization in Relation to Children's
Anger Regulation
Laura Crespo, Jennifer Poon, Janice Zeman,
Rachel Miller, Wesley Sanders
Children's Perceptions of Parent Use of Negative
Conditional Regard and Emotion Regulation during
a Failure Task
Binghuang Wang, Jonathan Snavely, Anna
Blanken, Samuel Chung, Patricia Smiley
Emotion Regulation and the Brain: The
Reappraisal of Positive and Negative Images in
School-Age Girls
Manas Winfield, Jacqueline Leventon, Patricia
Bauer

214

The Role of Executive Function in Preschoolers'
Emotion Regulation
Erika Ruberry, Leanna Harris-Crocker, Liliana
Lengua

215

Social Information Processing, Emotion
Regulation, and Affect: Risk for Internalizing
Problems
Martha Early, Debora Bell, Estee Hausman

216

Longitudinal Links Between Representations and
Changes in Support in Parent-Adolescent
Relationships
Joan Stephenson, Wyndol Furman

The Three-Factor Structure of Adult Attachment:
Measurement Invariance and Evidence for Ethnic
Differences in Passive, Loss-Related
Preoccupation
John Haltigan, Esther Leerkes, Maria Wong, Keren
Fortuna, Andrew Supple, Marion O'Brien, Andre
Plamondon

Thursday, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Role of Mothers' Emotion Complexity in
Children's Emotion Understanding and Regulation
in School
Amy Halberstadt, Jennifer MacCormack, Renée
Shull, Vanessa Castro

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Attachment network in middle childhood of the
Japanese
Tatsuya Murakami, Shigeo Sakurai

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Inhibitory Processes as Predictors of Mathematical
Competency in Low Income Kindergartners
Alba Agostino, Cathy Labrish, Marcia Barnes

2

Reaction Time In Young Children: Response
Variability and Inhibition
Klaudia Pajor, Kristine Nichols, Derek Montgomery

3

Grammatical Processing and Cognitive Control in
School-Age Children
Milijana Buac, Margarita Kaushanskaya

4

Grounding Parental Responsiveness to SensoryMotor Dynamics in Parent-Child Interactions
Melissa Elston, Chen Yu, Linda Smith, John Bates

5

Joint Attention Skills in 10-Month-olds:
Contributions from Mothers and Fathers
Carla Martins, Vera Mateus, Ana Osório, Eva
Martins, Isabel Soares

6

What are You Looking at? The Impact of Gaze
Direction on the Recognition of Faces and Objects
Lisa Newell, Rachel Snyder, Chloe DePaola,
Sarah Scholl, Jeffrey Hough, Katrina Owens

7

Prior reversal learning experience promotes
configural and relational processing in conditional
discrimination.
Glenda Andrews, Ruth Ford, David Shum, Graeme
Halford, Melanie Zimmer-Gembeck

8

Learning From Delayed Feedback in Adolescence
Juliet Davidow, Karin Foerde, Daphna Shohamy

9

Coordinates in Space and Time: Charting a
Developmental Trajectory of Memory for Spatial
and Temporal Context
Thanujeni Pathman, Simona Ghetti

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Prospective Memory and Delay of Gratification in
3-Year-Old Children
Bonnie Perdue, Anna Gonsiorowski, Michael
Beran, Theodore Evans, Rebecca Williamson

22

Evaluating informants: Does the positivity bias
extend to neutral informants?
Asheley Landrum, Amelia Pflaum, Rachel
Williams, Candice Mills

11

Physiological Regulation in Cocaine-Exposed
Children during a Frustration Task at Kindergarten
Age
Pamela Schuetze, Rina Eiden

23

Mental Transformation for Spatial Scaling in 4- and
5-Year-Olds
Wenke Mohring, Nora Newcombe, Andrea Frick

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Sleep and Growth in Children's Cognitive
Performance: The Role of Parasympathetic
Nervous System Activity
Lori Elmore-Staton, J. Benjamin Hinnant, Joseph
Buckhalt, Mona El-Sheikh

Reference Frames in Children's Spatial
Representations: A Developmental Shift from
Global to Local
Markus Krüger, Georg Jahn

25

The Role of Direct Connection Between Cue and
Object for Cue Use in Object Displacement Tasks
Diane Marie Mangalindan, Mark Schmuckler

26

Disentangling Fine Motor Skills' Relation to
Academic Achievement: The Relative
Contributions of Visual-Spatial Integration and
Visual-Motor Coordination
Abby Carlson, Ellen Rowe, Timothy Curby

27

The Sound of Social Cognition: Two-year-olds'
Understanding of How Sound Influences Others
Rebecca Williamson, Rechele Brooks, Andrew
Meltzoff

28

Theory of mind and persuasion behaviour in young
children
Virginia Slaughter, Candida Peterson, Chris Moore

29

Children's theory of mind and their negotiation
strategy in play: A Hong Kong perspective
Doris Pui Wah Cheng, Zhenlin Wang, Paul Yau Ho
Wong, Richard Kwok Shing Wong, Fuk Chuen Ho,
Lai Wa Tong

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Context effects on autistic children's internal state
language
Beate Sodian, Susanne Kristen, Maria Vuori

31

What Do You Know? Theory of Mind and
Executive Function in Young Homeless Children
Julianna Sapienza, Erin Casey, Laura Supkoff,
Amanda Wenzel, Jacob Anderson, Angela
Narayan, Ann Masten

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Comprehension of First and Third Person
Perspectives in Complement Clauses and Theory
of Mind
Silke Brandt, David Buttelmann, Elena Lieven,
Michael Tomasello

33

Overt and Covert Attention During Action
Observation in 12-month-olds
Caroline Wronski, Moritz Daum

13

The Developing Body Image in 5 Month-old Infants
Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Maria Laura Filippetti, Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Teresa
Farroni, Mark Johnson

14

Infants and fMRI: Predicting Scan Success with
Temperament and Sleep Habits
Kyndal Howell, Alice Graham, Philip Fisher

15

Hemodynamic Responses to Speech and Music in
Preverbal Infants
Eswen Fava, Rachel Hull, Kyle Baumbauer,
Heather Bortfeld

16

Social Information Processing in Children Who
Have Sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury
Annie Schulz Begle, Kenneth Rubin

17

A stereotaxic MRI brain atlas for infants and
preschool children
John Richards, Michelle Phillips, Michael Stevens,
Alison Connington, Kristin Sloan

18

ELS and Trauma Predict Morphometric
Differences in the Amygdala
Alexandra Dyer, Cory Burghy, Jamie Hanson,
Ryan Herringa, Diane Stodola, Rasmus Birn,
Jeffrey Armstrong, Richard Davidson, Marilyn
Essex

19

Associations Among DRD4 Haplotypes, Observed
Parenting, and Anger Development in Childhood.
Sarah VanSchyndel, Nancy Eisenberg, Michael
Sulik, Tracy Spinrad, Brian Verrelli

20

Gender Differences in the Effects of the DRD2 and
DRD4 Genes on Adolescent Delinquency
Julia Dmitrieva, Emma Espel, Jiquan Lin

21

The Role of Executive Function in Young
Children's Source Monitoring With Varying
Interview Strategies
Becky Earhart, Kim Roberts

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The Effects of Gaze Direction and Emotional
Expression on Saccadic Response in 6- and 12month-old Infants
Reiko Matsunaka, Kazuo Hiraki

47

Sortal concepts and pragmatic inference in
children's early quantification of objects
Eleanor Chestnut, Mahesh Srinivasan, David
Barner

35

Development of Intuitions About Support as
Revealed by Children's Eye Gaze
Claudia Wiese, Caroline Atlas, Henrike Fischer,
Horst Krist

48

Planning, Inhibition, and Working Memory in
Preschool Children With and Without ASD
Emily Gardiner, Sarah Hutchison, Ulrich Mueller,
Kimberly Kerns, Grace Iarocci

36

Planning Ahead: Developmental Trajectories in the
Use of Vision for Motor Planning in a Handwriting
Task
Jennifer Maldarelli, Sarah Hunt, Sara Redahan,
Björn Kahrs, Jeffrey Lockman

49

Interference Suppression vs. Response Inhibition:
Preschoolers Demonstrate a Bilingual Advantage
with a New Stroop Task
Alena Esposito, Lynne Baker-Ward, Shane Mueller

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Enhancing the mind's eye: Imagining a solution to
a spatial problem improves gaze behaviors
Carolyn Palmquist, Kasey Soska, Rachel Keen,
Vikram Jaswal

Bottom-up and Top-down Dynamics in Young
Children's Executive Function: Effects of Labeling
on the Dimensional Change Card Sort
Sabine Doebel, Philip Zelazo, Marguerite Mills

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Concurrent Statistical Learning of Words and
Object Categories in Preschool Children
Chi-hsin Chen, Chen Yu, Lisa Gershkoff-Stowe

Development of Response Inhibition in the
Preschool Years: An ERP Study
Sandra Wiebe, Mahsa Khoei, Simone Lebeuf

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When forks are boys: Russian-English bilingual
children's classification of objects in Russian and
English
Elena Nicoladis, Natalie Da Costa

BRIEF-P Parent and Teacher Ratings and
Performance on the Preschool Executive Function
Battery
Claire Piccinin, Isabel Smith, Nancy Garon

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Preschoolers Refer to Adult's Timing of Intentional
Actions for Object Categorization
Yue Yu, Tamar Kushnir

Children's Spatial Reasoning Ability and WorkingMemory Capacity Affect Their Choice of Arithmetic
Strategies
Jacob Paul, Robert Reeve

41

Comparison and Contrast in Young Children's
Shape Categorization
Linsey Smith, Raedy Ping, Micah Goldwater,
Bryan Matlen, Susan Levine, Dedre Gentner

54

Core Number Abilities and Preschool Children's
Numerical Cognition
Sarah Gray, Robert Reeve

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Expanding vs. equally spaced learning schedules
in children's category acquisition and
generalization
Haley Vlach, Catherine Sandhofer

Why do Preschoolers Fail in Simple Addition
Tasks? - Wynn's Task Revisited
Tanja Laws, Markus Krüger, Horst Krist

56

Contributions of Executive Function and
Spatial/Geometric Knowledge to Early
Mathematics Achievement
Casey Irwin, Brian Verdine, Alicia Chang, Roberta
Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

57

The Power of Play: Promoting Preschoolers' Social
and Numerical Development Through Independent
Play With Toys
Emily Slusser, Elizabeth Chase, Talia Berkowitz,
Emilie George, Michaela Swee, Deborah Cho,
Hilary Barth, Anna Shusterman

58

The effect of symbolic and non symbolic priming
on magnitude processing in children with
developmental dyscalculia.
Stephanie Bugden, Lisa Archibald, Daniel Ansari

43

Symbolic play levels in solitary and in collaborative
mother-toddler activities with objects
Esther Dromi, Adi Elgaly

44

The Development of Children's Understanding of
Incarceration
Johanna Folk, Danielle Dallaire, Janice Zeman

45

Time conceptions in survivors of cerebellar
malignant tumors aged from 8 to 13 years
Florence Labrell, Georges Dellatolas, Virginie
Kieffer

46

Two ways to make early failures at understanding
symbols disappear
Nathan Winkler-Rhoades

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How University Students Describe Their
Experience of Having a Learning Disability in High
School and University
Kevin Noble, Mary Ann Evans

60

Cognitive and Affective Components of Early Math
Learning
Sarah Wu, Emily Escovar, Keith Senholzi, Erik
Willcutt, Vinod Menon

61

Families of Children with Developmental
Disabilities: The Moderating Impact of Social
Support in Early Childhood
Helena Mawdsley

62

Associations Among Child Disability, Family
Adaptability, and Parenting Feelings
Amy Tate, Jeremy Humphrey, Michael Merten

63

Father Involvement and Maternal Depressive
Symptoms in Families of Children with Disabilities
Brent McBride, Daniel Laxman, W. Justin Dyer,
Rosa Santos, Laurie Jeans, Catherine Corr

64

The Effect of Age and Non-verbal IQ on Motor
Stereotypies in Children with Autism Disorders and
Non-Autism Developmental Disorders
Brittany LeMonda, Liam O'Brien, Sylvie Goldman

65

The Role of Siblings in the Social Functioning of
Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum
Disorder (HFASD)
Elizabeth Baroni, Cynthia Erdley, Ellen Hanson

66

The Interactive Effects of Parent Stress and
Children's Diagnostic Status on Children's Social
Outcomes
Christen Manangan, Beverly Wilson

67

ASD Diagnosis: DSM-V Proposed Criteria and
ADOS Classification
Cory Shulman, Magal Shachar

68

Social Information Processing in ADHD Children
with and without Aggression
Daniel Waschbusch, Shana Nichols, Nancy Garon,
Sara King, Brendan Andrade, Normand Carrey

69

Developmental Trajectories ADHD Symptoms:
Predictors of School Readiness in Early Childhood
Development
Julia Mazza, Jean-Baptiste Pingault, Catherine
Blatier, Sylvana Côté

70

Association between ADHD symptoms in
kindergarten and school performance in first
grade: Teacher ratings outperform parent ratings
Caterina Gawrilow, Julia Merkt

106

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Risk for Antisocial Behavior among Adolescents
and Young Adults: The Mediating Role of
Psychosocial Maturity
Jessica Bodie, Laurence Steinberg, Deborah
Drabick

72

The Effect of an Arts Intervention on Recidivism
Stephanie Little

73

Developmental trajectories of antisocial behaviors
and their predictors among Southeast Asian
American youth
Yoonsun Choi, Michael He, Miwa Yasui, Dina
Pekelnicky, Tracy Harachi

74

Gender Role Orientation, Emotional Intelligence
and Anxiety Symptoms in Children
Céline Stassart, Benoît Dardenne, Anne-Marie
Etienne

75

Monozygotic Twin Discordance in Early
Generalized Anxiety Predicts Later Differences in
Pre-frontal White Matter Connections
Cory Burghy, Nagesh Adluru, Samuel Doran,
Nicole Schmidt, Diane Stodola, Carol Van Hulle,
H. Goldsmith, Richard Davidson, Andrew
Alexander

76

Memory for Social Evaluation: Behavioral
Inhibition, Social Anxiety, and Age-Related
Differences
Justin Caouette, Sarah Ruiz, Olivia McDermott,
Daniel Pine, Nathan Fox, Eric Nelson, Amanda
Guyer

77

Using the Youth Self-Report internalizing
syndrome scales across ethnic groups:
measurement invariance and concurrent validity
Esmée Verhulp, Gonneke Stevens, Wilma
Vollebergh

78

Understanding Avoidance Symptom Presentation
in a Group Therapy Setting for Preschoolers
Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
Maria Galano, Laura Miller, Sandra GrahamBermann

79

Narrative Features and ADHD Symptoms
Ann-Margret Rydell, Sara Scholtens, Lisa Thorell,
Gunilla Bohlin

80

Heterogeneity in ADHD: Subtyping by
Temperament Using a Novel Person-Centered
Analysis
Sarah Karalunas, Swathi Iyer, Erica Musser,
Damien Fair, Joel Nigg

81

Parental Stress Mediates the Association Between
Child ADHD and Inconsistent Parental Discipline
Shirag Shemmassian, Steve Lee

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A Latent Profile Analysis of Early Literacy Skills in
Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children
Mi-young Webb, Amy Lederberg

94

Adolescence Education Situation in India
Bijaya Malik

95

Longitudinal predictors of high school and college
graduation for Mexican-American youth
Laurie Chapin, Kimberly Henry

96

What Explains Ethnic Differences in Satisfaction
With College Among Students on a Predominantly
White Campus?
Maame Adomako, B. Bradford Brown, Chia-chen
Yang

97

Peer-based racial and ethnic socialization during
early adolescence: Links with academic outcomes
Sara Goldstein, Tiffany Brown, Paul Boxer

98

Emerging Depressive Symptoms from Early
Adolescence to Young Adulthood: Examining the
Influence of Cultural Value Affiliations
Chien-Ti Lee, Troy Beckert, Chyi-In Wu

Pre-kindergartener's social competence
association with early elementary school
adjustment and functioning in a low-income
sample
Chanele Robinson, Karen Diamond

99

Behavioral Inhibition and Effortful Control:
Independent and Interactive Predictors of Child
Externalizing Behavior
Julia Reuben, Daniel Shaw, Jenae Neiderhiser,
Misaki Natsuaki, David Reiss, Leslie Leve

Improving School Readiness: Physiological
Moderation of the Efficacy of a Preschool
Intervention for Preventing Behavior Problems
Ansley Gilpin, Caroline Boxmeyer, Jason DeCaro,
John Lochman

100

School Readiness in Children With a History of
Trauma and Maltreatment
Stephen Chen, Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Alicia
Lieberman

101

Executive Function Tasks as Diagnostic Tools for
School Readiness
Robert Duncan, Alicia Miao, Megan McClelland,
Alan Acock

102

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Programs
and the Role of the Teacher-Student Relational
Context
Byran Korth, Leslie Gunter, Paul Caldarella,
Richard Young

103

Longitudinal Associations between Effortful Control
and Children's Relationships with Teachers across
Elementary School
Tamar Mintz, Bridget Hatfield, Bridget Hamre

104

The Quality of the Student-Teacher Relationship
for Young Children with Developmental Disabilities
in the First Year of School
Sue Walker, Jan Nicholson, Sue Carrington,
Stephanie Dunbar, Kirstine Hand, Chrystal
Whiteford, Katrina Meldrum, Donna Berthelsen

Teacher-reported Dissociation in Young Children
Whose Mother Have Borderline Personality
Disorder: A problem with Self Development
Amineh Abbas, Chris Watkins, Jennifer Strimpfel,
Christina Mena, Jenny Macfie
Mothers with Borderline Personality Disorder and
their Young Children: Caregiving,
Fearful/disoriented Behavior and Role Reversal
Jenny Macfie, Chris Watkins, Jennifer Strimpfel,
Christina Mena, Amineh Abbas

84

Temperament in Mothers With Borderline
Personality Disorder and in Their Young Children
Aged 4-7
Christina Mena, Chris Watkins, Jennifer Strimpfel,
Amineh Abbas, Jenny Macfie

85

Interaction of Depressed Affect, Co-Rumination,
and Excessive Reassurance-Seeking in Predicting
Negative Peer Relations
Marie-Eve Dubois, William Bukowski, Melissa
Simard

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Interactions Between Executive Functions and
Personality Dimensions in Predicting Aggression
Viktor Granvald, Carin Tillman

89

Mediating and Moderating Processes in the
Relation Between Parenting Styles and
Adolescents' Aggression: Deviant Peer Affiliation
and Self-Control
Xiaozhu Hong, Yanhui Wang, Wei Zhang, Danli Li,
Dongping Li

90

Do Beginning Readers Implicitly Learn Spelling
from Reading…Only When They Must.
Mark Lauterbach, Linnea Ehri

91

Dual Change Score Modeling of Developmental
Relationships Between Vocabulary and Reading
Comprehension: A Second Look
Jamie Quinn, Richard Wagner, Yaacov Petscher,
Danielle Lopez

92

Alphabetic Knowledge in Deaf and Hard-ofHearing Preschoolers: The Role of Letter-Name
Type in Letter-Sound Acquisition
Hanah Goldberg, Amy Lederberg

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Fathers' Early Engagement and Preschoolers'
Language and Emergent Literacy Skills: Evidence
from the ECLS-B
Valerie Flores, Christine Li-Grining, Denise
Davidson, Fred Bryant

117

Father-child relationship quality: Moderation
effects in the face of harsh maternal discipline
Chang Su, Holly Brophy-Herb, Claire Vallotton,
Desiree Qin

118

Attachment Behavioral Profiles in Foster Care
Preschoolers
Amanda Van Scoyoc, Philip Fisher

119

Lessons Learned from Adapting and Implementing
an Evidence-Based Prevention Program in Child
Welfare Settings
Susan Barkan, Kevin Haggerty, Kara Estep, Leah
Mattos

120

The Effects of Foster Parent Attachment
Perceptions and Mind-mindedness on the Parentchild Relationship and Child Mental Health
Wendy Kelly, Karen Salmon

121

Foster Placement Characteristics and CaregiverYouth Relationships: Associations with PreAdolescent and Adolescent Youth Outcomes
Brianne Kothari

122

Effects of Center-based Early Education
Interventions on Children's Approaches to
Learning
Jenya Kholoptseva, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Holly
Schindler, Katherine Magnuson, Greg Duncan

The Relationship Between Maternal Sensitivity and
Child Characteristics in Foster Care
Leslie Ponciano

123

A critical examination of the link between the
quality of mother-infant interactions and infant
cognitive development.
Claire Baudry

Culturally Responsive Child Care: Parents'
Perspectives
Flora Farago, Elizabeth Swadener

124

Newborns' Cries as a Predictor of Maternal Mental
Health: Self-Regulation & Tolerance to Distress
Beth Russell, Alison Wong

125

Examining the Effectiveness of Cell Phones to
Enhance a Home-Visiting Parenting Intervention
with At-risk Mothers
Jennifer Lefever, Kathryn Bigelow, Judith Carta,
John Borkowski

126

Effectiveness of Trauma-focused Specific Factors
vs. Non-specific Factors in Intervention for
Witnesses of Interparental Violence
Mathilde Overbeek, J. Clasien de Schipper,
Francien Lamers-Winkelman, Carlo Schuengel

105

Bidirectional Associations Among Close StudentTeacher Relationships and Spanish-Speaking
Preschoolers' English Oral Proficiency
Lauren Stargel, Francisco Palermo, Ariana
Mikulski, Richard Fabes, Laura Hanish, Carol
Martin

106

Transfer of Knowledge from Touch Screen
Devices to Physical Objects
Joanne Tarasuik, Jordy Kaufman, Mariana
Theodorou, Leila Dafner

107

Attention & Engagement in Infant Video Viewing
With and Without Parental Support
Shoshana Dayanim, Cassandra Hendrix, Laura
Namy

108

Can Someone in a Wheelchair Swim? Educational
Television and Preschoolers' Understanding of
Physical Disabilities
Shalom Fisch, Sabrina Oppenheimer

109

Shalom Sesame: Can Media Promote Jewish
Education and Identity Among Preschoolers and
Their Families?
Shalom Fisch, Dafna Lemish, Elizabeth Spezia,
Deborah Siegel, Susan Fisch, Fashina Aladé,
Daniel Kasdan

110

111

112

113

What is the relation between motivation and selfregulation in preschool children?
Amanda Berhenke

Children Temperament Moderates the Relation
Between Caregiver's Sensitivity and Cortisol
Baseline Change at Child Care Center
Elena Lopez de Arana, Alexander Barandiaran,
Iñaki Larrea, Alexander Muela, Jose Ramón
Vitoria

114

The effects of on-site coaching on early childhood
program quality and child outcomes
Carolyn Langill, Karen Ruprecht, James Elicker,
Treshawn Anderson, Joellen Lewsader

115

Fathers' and mothers' language use during shared
book reading as predictors of children's
kindergarten achievement: Evidence from families
in low-income rural communities
Claire Baker, Lynne Vernon-Feagans

108

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The Mediational Roles of Fathers, Emotional
Security, and Coping Behaviors in the Association
between Marital Conflict and Anxiety
Go Woon Suh, Matthew Stevenson, William
Fabricius

128

Children's Emotion Regulation: The Role of
Coparenting and Parents' Responses to Children's
Negative Emotions
Elizabeth Shewark, Alysia Blandon

129

The Relations of Positive Parenting Practices to
Changes in Children's Anxiety Levels over Time
Sara Seyed Nozadi, Tracy Spinrad, Nancy
Eisenberg

130

Using Voice-Recording Technology to Study
Variability in Mothers' Management Language
across Daily Routines and Days of the Week
Samantha Worzalla Bindman, Pamela DavisKean, Frederick Morrison

131

Maternal Affect and Toddler Temperament as
Moderators of the Prediction of Child Anxiety from
Protective and Intrusive Parenting
Joseph Molitor, Elizabeth Kiel
Early Emotion Communication with Infants: How
Early Does the Coaching of Emotions Begin?
Alyson Shapiro, Chelsea Larmore, ShelbyAnne
Terrio

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137

Maternal Perception of Infant Difficult
Temperament: Mother-Infant vs. Stranger-Infant
Self- and Interactive Contingency
Beatrice Beebe, Nidhi Parashar, Amie Hane, Nina
Banerjee, Amy Margolis, Meghan Loeser, Ella
Bandes, Claire Jaffe, Aviva Irwin, Karen Buck,
Sanghan Lee
Mutual Touching During Early Mother-Infant
Exchanges: Influence of Interaction Period and
Infant Risk Status
Irene Mantis, Dale Stack, Lisa Serbin, Alex
Schwartzman
The role of maternal attachment style on early
childhood outcomes in a low-income, urban
sample
Jeanne Alhusen, Deborah Gross, Matthew Hayat
Maternal Responsiveness and Early Adolescent
Problem Solving: A Mediated-Moderation Model
Ursula Johnson, Jeffrey Williams, Susan Landry
Predicting Pre-Kindergarten Social Competence
and Emotion Regulation From Maternal Interaction
Styles at 36 Months
Katherine Paschall, Henry Gonzalez, Jennifer
Mortensen, Ann Mastergeorge, Melissa Barnett

109

138

Relations between Family and Parenting Factors
and Self-Regulation and School Readiness Skills
of Low-Income Preschoolers
Kamille Sheikh, Seung-Hee Son

139

I see your needs: Relationships between home
visit content and family and child outcomes
Tamesha Harewood, Claire Vallotton, MIles
McNall

140

Highly Reactive Infants May Make Setting Limits
Difficult At Night For Parents
Jonathan Reader, Brandon McDaniel, Douglas
Teti

141

Income, Cumulative Risk and Parenting as
Predictors of Growth in Effortful Control in
Preschool-age Children
Liliana Lengua, Lyndsey Moran, Cara Kiff,
Maureen Zalewski

142

The Mediating Effects of Optimism on Mindfulness
and Life Satisfaction in Early Adolescence
Molly Lawlor, Kimberly Schonert-Reichl

143

Predicting Rural Adolescents' Subjective WellBeing
Lisa Newland, Jarod Giger, Michael Lawler, Emily
Dykstra, Eliann Carr

144

The Effect of Autonomy and Relatedness
Satisfaction on Psychological Well-being among
Korean Adolescents
Seung-Bin Hong, Soo-Jeong Ha, Eun-Gyoung
Lee, Seong-Yeon Park

145

Oxytocin and SES Predicting Childhood
Anthropometric Outcomes
Amber Allison, Nicole Bush, Julianna Deardorff,
Nancy Adler, W. Thomas Boyce

146

Executive function, maternal feeding style, and
eating behaviors in the risk for childhood obesity
Anita Fuglestad, Megan Finsaas, Danielle Beck,
Michael Georgieff, Ellen Demerath, Stephanie
Carlson

147

Predicting Healthy Feeding: The Role of Social
Consensus Information
Sarah Domoff, Molly Meers, Michelle LeRoy,
Samantha Holt, Dara Musher-Eizenman

148

Toddlers' Use of Symbolic Gestures in Service of
Self-Regulation
Ashley Karsten, Tricia Foster, Claire Vallotton

149

Preverbal Use of Infant Signs: Can We Influence
the Timing of Communicative Gestures?
Ashley Karsten, Kalli Decker, Claire Vallotton

150

Real Time Processing of American Sign Language
(ASL) in Deaf and Hearing Native-Signing Infants
Kyle MacDonald, David Corina, Virginia
Marchman, Anne Fernald

151

Comprehension of English Pronoun Case Forms:
Insights from Nineteen- and Twenty-Seven-MonthOld Children
Katy-Ann Blacker, Cassandra Foursha-Stevenson,
Jennifer Austin, Gretchen Van de Walle

152

The First Steps Towards the Acquisition of
Morphology
Alberto Falcón, Elda Alva-Canto, Claudia
Almazán-Bertotto

161

Feasibility Study for the Implementation of the
National Early Childhood Care and Education
Policy Framework in Ethiopia
Liliana Ponguta, Maria Reyes, Pia Britto, Anjali
Rodrigues, Christina Mergenthaler, Alexander
Peterson, Anna Zonderman, Katherine Long

162

Caring for the caregivers: Estimating the impact of
childcare worker labor unions on the cost, type and
availability of subsidized childcare
Todd Grindal

163

Early Childhood Development in International
Conventions and Declarations
William Hodges, Pia Britto, Michael McCarthy

164

Teaching Kids about the Environment: Parents'
Values, Generativity and Attitudes Predict Their
Ideas about Environmental Lessons
Susan Alisat, Michael Pratt, Melissa Pratt

165

Emulating Gossip Girl: Aggressive and Prosocial
Material in Adolescent Novels and Associations
with Behavior
Laura Stockdale, Sarah Coyne, Callie Short,
Annelise Cunningham

166

Associations among Language, Private Speech
and Self-Reguation in Preschoolers
Katherine Bono

167

Emotional and Physical Abuse, Self-Regulation,
and Adolescent Substance Use: The Moderating
Role of Religiousness
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Julee Farley, Gregory
Longo, Jeanette Walters, Chris Holmes

153

Neuronal correlates of grammatical processing in
SLI and typical children provide insights about
working memory in language
Mandy Maguire, Diane Ogiela, Grant Magnon,
Julie Schneider

154

Figurative Language and Theory of Mind in
Children with Language Impairment
Katharine Bailey, Keely Owens-Jaffray, Nancie ImBolter

155

Mediating role of language in the association
between social cognition and psychosocial
symptoms: Typical and atypical populations
Fataneh Farnia, Nancy Cohen, Nancie Im-Bolter

156

Use of pragmatic language by children with
specific language impairment and their mothers: A
comparison of interactive contexts
Kalli Decker, Stephanie Mondro, Lori Skibbe,
Claire Vallotton
168

157

Dynamic Synchronous Gestures Assist Word
Learning in Low Functioning ASD Children Aged
5-7 Years
Nancy Rader, Patricia Zukow-Goldring, Stephanie
Miller

Five-Year-Old Children's Sensitivity to Musical
Beat Alignment: The Role of Culture and Cognitive
Skills
Kathleen Einarson, Laurel Trainor

169

Lexical-Semantic Organization in American Sign
Language by Deaf Native Signers
Wolfgang Mann, Li Sheng

(A)musicality in Williams Syndrome: Behavioral
and Neuroanatomical Evidence
Miriam Lense, Nathan Dankner, Elisabeth Dykens

170

The Impact of Maternal Substance Use on the
Neural Response to Infant Cry
Diana Gal, Helena Rutherford, Emily Goettsche,
Lane Strathearn, Marc Potenza, Linda Mayes

171

Infants Match Auditory and Visual Fluent Speech
Nicholas Minar, Amy Tift, Melissa Brandon, David
Lewkowicz

172

Unimodal and crossmodal novelty perception in
infants and adults: A pupil dilation study
Gert Westermann, Yi-Chuan Chen

158

159

160

Pre-linguistic predictors of early vocabulary
development
Michelle McGillion, Jane Herbert, Julian Piine,
Marilyn Vihman, Tamar Keren-Portnoy, Danielle
Matthews
Early language experience predicts use of 'mutual
exclusivity' bias in low-SES Latino children
Adriana Weisleder, Nereyda Hurtado, Nancy
Otero, Anne Fernald

110

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Regional Differences in Sexual Education and
Sexual Risk Taking
Christie Wooten, Deborah Deckner-Davis, Samuel
Maddox

184

Implications of Rejection on Depressive
Symptomology in Adolescents in Mexico
Jacquelyn Darazsdi, Graciela EspinosaHernandez

174

Components of Sexual Education Programs in
Schools: Sexuality as Healthy vs. Sexuality as
Risky
Sara Schmidt

185

Can Teachers Spot Loners in a Busy Preschool
Classroom?
Hannah Tse, Terry Au

186
175

Parent Attitudes Toward Inclusive Sexuality
Education: Beliefs about What Adolescents Should
Know and Who Should Teach Them
Christina Peter, Timothy Tasker, Stacey Horn

Children's proneness to same- and other-gender
peer play and its relations to their play behaviors
Jui-Chih Chin

187

Factors Associated With Early Adolescents'
Anticipated Emotional and Behavioral Responses
to Ambiguous Teases on Facebook
Marcella Nichols, Mark Barnett, Tammy
Sonnentag, Taylor Wadian

188

Early adolescent social predictors of neural
responses to social exclusion in young adulthood
Joanna Chango, Lane Beckes, Joseph Allen, Jim
Coan

189

The Effects of Marital Conflict and Parenting on
Children's Bullying, Victimization and Coping
Behaviors
Patricia Schacht, Rachel Garthe

Maternal Psychological Control and Taiwanese
Adolescents' Relational Aggression: The Mediating
Role of Social Evaluative Anxiety
Ching-Ling Cheng, Hsiao-Wen Liao

190

The Role of Norms and Perceived Severity on the
Development of Bystander Intentions to Intergroup
Name-calling from Childhood to Adolescence
Sally Palmer, Lindsey Cameron, Adam Rutland

Associations Among Child and Parent Comfort
with Emotion, Relational and Physical Aggression,
and Victimization Among Urban Youth
Sarah Helms, Terri Sullivan, Wendy Kliewer

191

Japanese Children's Perceptions of Relational
Aggression
Yuichi Sekiguchi, Yoshikazu Hamaguchi

192

Does Personality Predict Different Forms of
Bullying?
Ann Farrell, Anthony Volk, Angela Book

Self-Concept, Narcissism and Aggression: The
moderating role of threats to academic selfconcept
Josafa Da Cunha, Jonathan Santo, William
Bukowski, Lina Saldarriaga, Felicia Meyer

193

Social Anxiety and Adolescent Peer and Romantic
Functioning: Mediational Effects and Gender
Differences
Karen Hebert, Alison Papadakis, Jessica Fales,
Rachel Grover, Douglas Nangle

Relations among Reactive Aggression, ADHD
Symptoms, and Social Problems in Hispanic
Adolescents
Spencer Evans, Paula Fite, Michelle Hendrickson,
Sonia Rubens

194

Peer Aggression Online and Off: Links with How
Adolescents Talk Face-to-Face with Close Friends
Esti Iturralde, Jennifer Wong, Ilana Kellerman,
Arielle Gillman, Kristene Hossepian, Gayla
Margolin

195

Substance Dependence in the Context of Peer
Relationships Among High Risk Adolescents
Antonia Dangaltcheva, Gillian Watson, Marlene
Moretti

176

Using Propensity Scores to Evaluate a Health
Education Program in a High Risk, Rural Sample
Julie Hill, Julia Graber, Kelly Johnson

177

Longitudinal Analysis of the Efficacy of HIV
Prevention Programs Implemented at Different
Developmental Periods
Veronica Dinaj-Koci, Bo Wang, Lynette Deveaux,
Sonja Lunn, Xinguang Chen, Sharon Marshall,
Xiaoming Li, Bonita Stanton

178

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180

181

182

183

Cognitive Functioning and Bullying Involvement at
Early Elementary School
Marina Verlinden-Bondaruk, René Veenstra,
Pauline Jansen, Bert Hofman, Vincent Jaddoe,
Frank Verhulst, Henning Tiemeier

Romantic experiences and depressive symptoms
in adolescents: Evidence for emotional clarity as a
moderator
Elizabeth Greiter, Catherine Stroud

111

196

The Effect of Length of Maternity Leave on the
Quality of Mother-Child Interactions and
Attachment
Raquel Plotka, Nancy Busch-Rossnagel

208

Cultural Variations in Emotion Regulation
Strategies: A comparison of European American
and Hong Kong Chinese Children
Kayan Wan, Elena Savina, Oksana Naumenko

197

Mothers-babies feeding interactions: Another
bridge on the transmission gap?
Serena Messina, Samantha Reisz, Noelia Garza,
Deborah Jacobvitz

209

Identity Distress in India, China, and the USA
Garima Jhingon, Shengnan Li, Min Cheng, Niyatee
Sukumaran, Steven Berman

210
198

Japanese Strange Situation: Past and Present
Kiyomi Kondo-Ikemura, Kazuko Behrens

Contextual Antecedents and Concurrent
Correlates of Social Identity Complexity in Urban
Middle Schools
Casey Knifsend, Jaana Juvonen

199

Associations between the AAI and the SSP: Multidimensional approach
Kazuko Behrens, Naomi Bahm

211

Preschool Attachment and Self-Esteem in the
Development of Preadolescent Anxiety and
Depressive Symptoms
Vanessa Lecompte, Ellen Moss, Chantal Cyr,
Katherine Pascuzzo

Identity and Community Involvement Predict
Generativity in Emerging Adults: A Longitudinal
Study Using Multilevel Modeling
Fanli Jia, Michael Pratt, Susan Alisat

212

When Disciplinary Behaviors Go Wrong: Adverse
Effects of Harsh Parenting Practices on Children's
Emotional Competencies in a Low-Income Context
Tiffany Martoccio, Holly Brophy-Herb, JoAnn
Robinson, Angela Maupin

Does Ego Identity-Exploration Moderate the Links
between Parent-Child Relations and Adjustment
(self-esteem)?
Shannon Dugan, Candace Williams, Cecilia
Vargas, Madhavi Menon

213

Reciprocal Associations between Maternal
Depressive Symptoms and Infant Sadness in the
First Year of Life: A Cross Panel Analysis
Kate Oddi, Danielle Heath, Erin Shishilla, Robert
Miller, Harrison Lindner, David Bridgett

214

Ecological Validity of Laboratory Assessments of
Child Temperament: Evidence From Parent
Perspectives
Sharon Lo, C. Emily Durbin

215

The Influence of Infant Emotionality and
Regulation at 10 Months of Age on Adaptive
Behavior at 14 Months of Age
Lauren Boddy, Lauren Laake, Jonathan Lopez,
Heather Fronczak, Megan Baker, Harrison
Lindner, David Bridgett

216

Measuring Negative Emotionality Using the Infant
Behavior Questionnaire-Revised Very Short Form
in a Low Income, Diverse Sample
Amy Johnson, Esther Leerkes, Beth Reboussin,
Cynthia Suerken, Kara Green, Madelaine
Faulkner, C. Payne, C. Clinch, Stephanie Daniel,
Joseph Grzywacz

217

Parent-Child Concordance in Anxiety Ratings
Varies as a Function of Parent-Report of
Childhood Behavioral Inhibition
Elizabeth Allen, Courtney Pfeifer, Eran Auday,
Koraly Perez-Edgar

200

201

202

203

204

Smiling Responses to Success and Failure
Situation in Japanese and European American
Children
Fumito Kawakami, Michael Lewis
Longitudinal Predictors of Negative Emotions: The
Importance of Toddlerhood Emotion Regulation
Strategies
Kimberly Day, Cynthia Smith
Classroom Climate and Child Peer Acceptance
and Adjustment Problems: The Mediating Role of
Anger Regulation
Lixian Cui, Amanda Harrist, Laura Hubbs-Tait,
Glade Topham, Melanie Page, Lenka Shriver

205

Effortful Control and Emotion Regulation
Strategies: Relations to Emotion in Toddlerhood
Cynthia Smith, Kimberly Day

206

Emotion Regulation, Social Competence, and
Maladjustment: Emotion regulation skills and their
social and behavioral correlates.
Scott Mirabile, Samantha Kirk, Jared Borns

207

Emotion Regulation and Parent-Child Dyadic
Mutuality: an Evocative Gene-Environment
Correlation
Manjie Wang, Kimberly Saudino

112

Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-189) Paper Session
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-187) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-189. Navigating the Social World
Chair: Gail D. Heyman

1-187. From Brain to Behavior: Linking
Infant EEG Measures to Neurobehavioral
Development
Chair: Amanda Tarullo
Discussant: William Fifer


Using the EEG to Examine the Neurological
Foundations of Early Developing Executive Function
Skills
Martha Ann Bell, Jessica Kraybill



Young Children Manage their Reputations
Jan Engelmann, Harriet Over, Esther Herrmann,
Michael Tomasello



Children's Understanding of Intrapersonal Conflicting
Desires
Fan Yang, Douglas Frye



Young Children's Disclosure of Failure and Success
to Peers
Catherine Hicks, David Liu, Gail Heyman
Social learning among juvenile chimpanzees
Victoria Wobber, Felix Warneken



EEG Gamma Power During Newborn Sleep Predicts
Language Development
Amanda Tarullo, Philip Grieve, Michael Myers,
William Fifer

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A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to the Early
Identification of Autism
Charles Nelson

(Event 1-190) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-190. Change in Parasympathetic
Reactivity Using Latent Variable Models:
Implications for the Development of
Behavior Regulation

(Event 1-188) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Chair: Keith Burt

1-188. Big data for big questions: The
structure of visual input in infants' early
experience



Quantifying Parasympathetic Reactivity in Infancy
Using a Group-based Trajectory Approach
Jeffrey Measelle, Elisabeth Conradt, Jennifer Ablow



Latent growth curve modeling of physiological
arousal in early childhood: Anticipation, reactivity and
recovery
Jelena Obradović, Keith Burt



The Contribution of Early Adverse Experiences and
Trajectories of RSA on the Development of
Behavioral Dysregulation
Elisabeth Conradt, Barry Lester, Beau Abar, Linda
LaGasse, Seetha Shankaran, Henrietta Bada,
Charles Bauer, Toni Whitaker, Jane Hammond,
Rosemary Higgins



The Construct of Psychophysiological Reactivity:
Statistical and Methodological Issues
Keith Burt, Jelena Obradović

Chair: Caitlin Fausey


What's in a scene? Everyday visual statistics in the
first two years of life
Caitlin Fausey, Swapnaa Jayaraman, Linda Smith



Activity contexts in early word learning
Brandon Roy, Deb Roy



Effects of crawling and walking on infants'
experiences
Karen Adolph, Kari Kretch, Whitney Cole, Lana
Karasik, John Franchak, Gladys Chan, Catherine
Tamis-LeMonda



Measuring developmental changes in access to
social information using face detection
Michael Frank, Kaia Simmons

113

(Event 1-191) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-193) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-191. Gene x Environment Interaction and
Risky Behavior: Behavioral and Molecular
Genetic Approaches in Large National
Datasets

1-193. Intentionality and language
acquisition: connecting socio-pragmatic
inference, word learning, and early
language processing

Chair: Rebecca M. Ryan
Discussant: Hobart Cleveland

Chair: Jessica Sullivan

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Early Adverse Environments and Genetic Influence
on Age at First Sexual Intercourse: Evidence for
Gene-Environment Interaction
Marie Carlson, Jane Mendle, K. Paige Harden
Externalizing Behavior from Age 3 to Age 9: Paternal
Exits and Entrances Moderated by Genetic
Sensitivity
Colter Mitchell, Sara McLanahan, Jeanne BrooksGunn, Daniel Notterman, John Hobcraft, Irwin
Garfkinel



Preschoolers' sensitivity to discourse coherence as a
cue to reference
Alexandra Horowitz, Michael Frank



Preschoolers can use discourse-cues to learn new
words
Jessica Sullivan, David Barner



Processing and Prediction in Pragmatic Inferencing
Yi Ting Huang, Alix Kowalski



Ignorance vs. Scalar Implicatures: locating the
source of children's difficulties with pragmatic
inferences
Lara Klainerman Hochstein, David Barner, Alan Bale,
Danny Fox

Early Maltreatment, the Dopamine D4 Receptor
(DRD4), and Risky Sexual Behavior
Rebecca Ryan, Jane Mendle, Marie Carlson

(Event 1-192) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-194) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-192. How to maximize comparison as a
learning and generalization device

1-194. The Role of Novelty in Categorization
and Word Learning

Chair: Jean-Pierre Thibaut

Chair: Sarah C. Kucker



Learning About People and Objects Through
Comparison: Relational Mapping and Transfer in
Infants
Su-hua Wang



Infants' Processing of Novel Objects: Challenge and
Facility
Clay Mash, Marc Bornstein

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Comparison and Relational Language Support the
Acquisition of Relational Concepts
Dedre Gentner, Florencia Anggoro

The Effect of Face Familiarity on Visual Exploration
of Faces by Preschoolers and Adults
Ann Ellis, Samantha Braman, Olivia Wen, Jeffrey
Phung, Lisa Oakes



The Benefits of Comparison: Interaction between
Development and Dimensional Distinctiveness
Jean-Pierre Thibaut, Luc Augier



Does it Bark or Meow? Infants' Pet Experience and
Their Learning of Multi-Modal Relations
Karinna Hurley, Rebecca Distefano, Lisa Oakes



What Makes Comparison Work in Real Time?
Evidence from Eye-tracking
Paulo Carvalho, Catarina Vales, Caitlin Fausey,
Linda Smith



The Benefit and Detriment of Novelty in Word
Learning
Sarah Kucker, Larissa Samuelson, Bob McMurray

114

(Event 1-195) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-197) Paper Session
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-195. The Etiology of Math Achievement
and Disability: Insights from Investigations
in the UK, USA, Canada and Russia

1-197. Risks for Autism: Familial and
Biological
Chair: Wendy Stone

Chair: Jean-Pascal Lemelin


Number knowledge in preschool and later
achievement in mathematics and school
Gabrielle Garon-Carrier, Michel Boivin, Ginette
Dionne, Nadine Forget-Dubois, Jean-Pascal
Lemelin, Richard Tremblay



The Etiology of Individual Differences in Number
Sense
Yulia Kovas, Maria Tosto, Robert Plomin



Do Mathematically Gifted Children have Advanced
Number Sense?
Sergey Malykh, Olga Ovcharova, Tatiana
Tikhomirova, Ivan Voronin, Yulia Kovas



Multivariate Genetic Analysis of Math Cognition in
the Context of Psychometric Math and Reading Skills
Stephen Petrill

(Event 1-196) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm



Domain Differences in Preschoolers' Susceptibility to
the Representantiveness Heuristic
Chris Lawson

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The Broader Autism Phenotype in Infancy: When
Does It Emerge?
Sally Ozonoff, Ana-Maria Losif, Gregory Young, Amy
Jo Schwichtenberg, Meghan Miller, Ted Hutman,
Scott Johnson, Marian Sigman



Initiating Joint Attention, Smiling, and Autism Risk
Devon Gangi, Lisa Ibanez, Wendy Stone, Daniel
Messinger



Human Faces May Not be Aversive to Individuals
with Autism
Elisabeth Whyte, K. Suzanne Scherf, Dan Elbich,
Nancy Minshew, Marlene Behrmann

1-198. Educating Spatial Skills at Varied
Ages with Varied Approaches: Are STEM
Outcomes Affected?

Chair: Bryan Matlen
The Influence of Co-occurrence Probability on
Children's Inductive Generalization
Bryan Matlen, Anna Fisher, Karrie Godwin

Repetitive Behavior at 12 Months in High-FamilialRisk Infants Later Classified with ASD
Jed Elison, Jason Wolff, James Bodfish, J. Steven
Reznick, Kelly Botteron, Annette Estes, Heather
Hazlett, Sarah Paterson, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum,
Joseph Piven, IBIS Network

(Event 1-198) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-196. Statistical and Conceptual Influences
on Children's Generalizations

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Chair: Nora Newcombe


When Labels and Distributions Don't Agree: Drift in
Children's Categorization
Chales Kalish

Effects of a Play-Based After-School Curriculum for
High Risk K-1 Children
David Grissmer, Andrew Mashburn, Elizabeth
Cottone, Wei-Bing Chen, Laura Brock, William
Murrah, Julia Blodgett, Claire Cameron



When Choices Aren't Personal: The Effect of
Statistical and Social Cues on Children's Inferences
About the Scope of Preferences
Gil Diesendruck, Shira Salzer, Tamar Kushnir, Fei
Xu

The Impact of a Spatial Skills Curriculum in Middle
School: Cognitive and Social-Cognitive Outcomes in
Spatial and STEM Domains
Lynn Liben, Margaret Signorella, Sheryl Sorby



Relationship Between Visual Arts Learning and
Understanding Geometry
Lynn Goldsmith, Ellen Winner, Lois Hetland, Craig
Hoyle, Candace Brooks

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(Event 1-199) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-199. Enhancing Service Providers?
Capacity for Positive Child and Youth
Development: Initial Learnings From a
Researcher, Funder, Practitioner
Collaboration
Moderator: Jenni W. Owen
Panelists: Katie Rosanbalm, Kate Irish, Susan
Blackmon, Jeffrey Quinn



Examining Gender in "Novel" Ways: How the
Proportion of Male and Female Workers Depicted
Affects Children's Ratings of Novel Jobs
Erica Weisgram



Gender Identity in Black Adolescents: Predictors and
Outcomes
Olivenne Skinner, Beth Kurtz-Costes, Kristine
Copping, Dana Wood, Katherine Perkins, Stephanie
Rowley



Consequences of Living in a Sexualized Culture: A
Focus on Boys
Sarah McKenney, Rebecca Bigler

(Event 1-200) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-202) Paper Session
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-200. Immigrant Origin Emerging
Adulthood Civic Engagement:
Contextualized Perspectives

1-202. Prosocial and Antisocial Tendencies
in Children and Adolescents
Chair: Tuppett M. Yates

Chair: Carola Suarez-Orozco


Countering the civic engagement narrative of
immigrant origin young adults
Margary Martin, Carola Suarez-Orozco



Immigrant origin young adults' civic engagement: A
mixed methods exploration
María Hernández, Carola Suarez-Orozco, Marcelo
Suárez-Orozco



Bicultural and Dreamer Action: The relationship
between social identity and young adult civic
engagement
Saskias Casanova, Carola Suarez-Orozco

(Event 1-201) Paper Session
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-201. Gender Stereotypes and Gender
Identity
Chair: Rebecca S. Bigler


Preschoolers' Trust in the Testimony of Males and
Females: Accuracy Trumps Gender Stereotypes
Christine Shenouda, Judith Danovitch

116



Conflict-Blindness in Low-Empathy Adolescents
Caspar van Lissa, Skyler Hawk, Minet De Wied, Wim
Meeus



Implications of Physiological and Behavioral
Regulatory Concordance for Adjustment in Young
Children
Sara Berzenski, Abbey Alkon, Tuppett Yates



Beyond the Contributions of Empathy: The Role of
Narcissism, Pscyhopathy, and Need for Approval in
Adolescent Prosocial Behavior
Taryn Coetzee, Mary Eberly Lewis, Jacenta Gabriel



Implicit Theories of Personality and Attributions of
Hostile Intent: A Meta-Analysis, an Experiment, and
a Longitudinal Intervention
David Yeager

(Event 1-203) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-205) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-203. New Insights into Early Care and
Education Quality and Child Development:
Profiles of Care and Domain-Specific
Aspects of Quality

1-205. The Children of Incarcerated
Parents: Lessons from the Field for the
Conduct of Qualitative and Quantitative
Research Studies

Chair: Rachel Gordon
Discussant: Timothy W. Curby

Moderator: Vivian L. Gadsden
Panelists: Danielle Dallaire, Joyce Arditti, James
McHale, John Eddy

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Patterns of Quality in Center and Home-Based
Programs and Predictors to Children's Preschool and
Kindergarten Outcomes
Iheoma Iruka, Nicole Forry

(Event 1-206) Invited Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Profiles of Preschoolers' Child Care Quality,
Quantity, and Types of Setting and Associations with
Children's School Readiness Skills
Laura Sosinsky, Se-Kang Kim

1-206. SRCD Policy Fellowship Panel and
Reception
Chair: Martha Zaslow, Barbara Fiese, Brenda
Jones Harden
Panelists: Christine Fortunato, Amanda Clincy,
Michelle Boyd, Beth Meloy, Kathleen McCoy, Kelly
Fisher, Akilah Swinton, Lindsey Hutchison

Domain-Specific Quality Measures for Early
Childhood Programs: New Evidence from the Study
of Early Child Care and Youth Development
Nicole Colwell, Rachel Gordon, Ken Fujimoto, Robert
Kaestner, Sanders Korenman

This session will include both a panel presentation and a
reception. The panel will include an overview of the
Fellowship Program and presentations by the current
SRCD Policy Fellows in the Congressional and Executive
Branches about the work they are focusing on at their
placements and their experiences as Fellows. The
reception will provide an opportunity to interact one-onone with current and former Fellows and those who work
closely with the Fellowship Program. The SRCD Policy
Fellowships allow developmental researchers from
various disciplines and at different stages of their careers
to serve as “resident scholars” in federal policy settings.
The goals of the Fellowship include (1) to contribute to
the use of developmental science in the formation of
public policy, (2) to educate the scientific community
about the development of public policy, and (3) to
establish a more effective liaison between developmental
scientists and the federal policy-making process.

(Event 1-204) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-204. Early Learning from Educational
Media
Chair: Marie-Louise Mares
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Interactive Media Characters for Toddler's Early
STEM Learning
Sandra Calvert, Melissa Richards, Courtney Kent

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Toddlers' Word-Learning from Contingent vs. NonContingent Video on Touchscreens
Heather Kirkorian, Koeun Choi, Tiffany Pempek



Big Bird Looks at World Television Series and
Chinese Young Viewers' Learning of Science
Yeh Hsueh, June Lee, Zong-Kui Zhou, Giumin Su,
Yuan Tian, Xiaojun Sun, Cuiying Fan



Effects of Sesame Street: A Meta-Analysis of
Children's Learning in 15 Countries
Marie-Louise Mares, Zhongdang Pan

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Cultural and multidisciplinary research is also essential to
discover and confirm universal processes and common
mechanisms in child development and families, amidst
the world’s diverse developmental contexts. For good
analytic and practical reasons, bracketing out context,
using single methods, using a local or mono-cultural
sample, and assuming linear relationships of course are
valuable and/or necessary approaches in developmental
science. But the world of children and families is not
linear and additive, and bracketing in diverse cultural and
naturalistic context leads to findings that matter for
children’s development which could not be discovered
otherwise. The speakers in this invited symposium
exemplify these long-standing empirical and theoretical
traditions in the study of human development. Their
research includes biocultural studies of health, stress,
and human development; cultural comparative work on
infancy, and on the connections between fertility decline,
literacy, and maternal behavior; research on the shared
role of individual and cultural processes in children’s
collaboration and learning; and comparative studies of
mothering and early childhood development.

(Event 1-207) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-207. Mathematics and Science
Interventions to Improve the School
Readiness Skills of Young Children
Chair: Caroline Ebanks


Implementation and Evaluation of the Early
Childhood Hands-On Science Curriculum:
Preliminary Findings
Cheryl Juarez, Elizabeth Bell, Judy Brown, Daryl
Greenfield



Math and Science Teaching Quality in Pre-K: Effects
of MyTeachingPartner-Math/Science Curricula and
Professional Development
Jessica Whittaker, Mable Kinzie, Amanda Williford,
Jamie DeCoster



Effects of Preschool Mathematics Interventions on
Achievement in Mathematics, Literacy, and
Language and on Social-Emotional Development
Douglas Clements, Julie Sarama



Closing the SES-Related Gap in Early Mathematical
Knowledge
Prentice Starkey, Alice Klein, Lydia DeFlorio, Paul
Swank

Biography: Thomas S. Weisner is
Prof. of Anthropology, Departments
of Psychiatry (Center for Culture and
Health) and Anthropology at UCLA.
His research and teaching interests
are in culture and human
development; medical, psychological
and cultural studies of families and
children at risk; mixed methods; and
evidence-informed policy. He has
done research with the Abaluyia of
Kenya, native Hawaiians,
countercultural US families, US families with children with
disabilities, families with children with autism in India,
working poor families in the US, and Mexican-American
adolescents in Los Angeles. His BA is from Reed College
and PhD in Anthropology and Social Relations from
Harvard. He is the co-author of Higher Ground: New
Hope for the Working Poor and Their Children (2007)
(with Greg Duncan and Aletha Huston); editor,
Discovering successful pathways in children's
development (2005); and co-editor, African families and
the crisis of social change (with Candice Bradley and Phil
Kilbride) (1997).

(Event 1-208) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-208. Lawrence K. Frank Symposium:
Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary
Research: Studying Diverse Child
Developmental Pathways Around the World
Chair: Thomas S. Weisner
Integrative Statement: There are remarkably diverse
developmental pathways for children around the world.
Understanding them often requires interdisciplinary
research, collaboration with parents and children in those
communities, and integrating qualitative, quantitative and
biological methods. Such research can radically
challenge what our field imagines as the normative range
of variation for children’s development. If our studies only
come from Western developed societies, laboratory
contexts, or from single disciplines and methods, we
easily can miss the many successful life-ways for
achieving child and family wellbeing around the world.

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Margaret Mead and Developmental Psychology:
Critical Reflections
Robert LeVine

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Learning about the Roles of Individual and
Community in Human Development through
Interdisciplinary Research
Barbara Rogoff
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Styles of Mothering in the "Children of Different
Worlds" Study: An Early Childhood Researcher
Revisits Issues of Parental Engagement
Carolyn Edwards

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Human Development as a Biocultural Project:
Insights from Comparative Research
Carol Worthman

developmental science. Nicki Crick received numerous
awards for her scientific contributions, including the
Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career
Contributions to Psychology from the American
Psychological Association and the Boyd McCandless
Young Scientist Award from Division 7 (Developmental
Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.
(Dianna Murray-Close, 2012)

(Event 1-209) Memorial Symposium
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-209. Honoring the Legacy of Nicki R.
Crick
Chair: Kenneth A. Dodge
Biography: Nicki R. Crick passed
away peacefully on October 28,
2012 at the age of 54 after a brief
but courageous battle with cancer.
Crick was a Distinguished
McKnight University Professor and
Irving B. Harris Professor of Child
Psychology at the Institute of Child
Development, University of
Minnesota. Nicki obtained a
bachelor's degree in psychology
and a master's degree in human
development and family studies at Purdue University. In
1992, she earned her doctorate in clinical psychology
from Vanderbilt University. Nicki spent five years as an
assistant professor in human development and family
studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
before joining the faculty at the University of Minnesota in
1996. Nicki was a William T. Grant Faculty Scholar and
was the Director of the Institute of Child Development
from January 2005 to June 2011. Nicki Crick is
internationally known for her innovative research on
relational forms of aggression. Relational aggression,
defined as behaviors that harm others via damage to
relationships, includes acts such as using social
exclusion or spreading malicious rumors. Girls are more
likely to engage in relational than physical forms of
aggression. Crick's research documented the harmful
consequences of relational aggression for victims and
perpetrators, and as a result aggression researchers
have expanded their studies to include a more genderbalanced examination of the causes and consequences
of aggressive conduct. The scope of Nicki Crick's work is
far-reaching. She authored over 90 research articles and
chapters. Several of her papers (e.g., 1995 publication on
relational aggression; 1994 review of the social
information processing patterns in aggressive youth) are
among the most influential papers in the field of



Multilevel Perspectives on Potential Precursors to
Borderline Personality in Maltreated Children
Dante Cicchetti, Kathryn Hecht, Fred Rogosch



Psychophysiological Processes in the Development
of Relational Aggression
Dianna Murray-Close



Socio-Cultural Perspectives on the Bully/Victim
Phenomenon
David Schwartz, Jamie Ostrov

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Peer Relationships and Psychopathology in WarAffected Ugandan Youth
Kathryn Hecht, Peter Ralston, Nicki Crick, Dante
Cicchetti

(Event 1-210) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-210. The School-to-Prison Pipeline:
Pathways Between School, Arrest, and
Detention
Chair: Kathryn C. Monahan
Discussant: Jacquelynne S. Eccles

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No More Teachers' Dirty Looks: School Discipline
and Arrest
Kathryn Monahan, Susan VanDerhei



Family Matters: Taking Stock of School Discipline
and Arrest
Elizabeth Cauffman, Paul Frick, Laurence Steinberg

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From the Schoolyard to the Prison yard
Jordan Bechtold

(Event 1-211) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-213) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-211. Marital Quality, Parenting, and Child
Development: Using Rigorous Analytic
Approaches to Understand Pathways of
Influence

1-213. Building Blocks of Head Start
Children's School Readiness: Family,
Classroom and Program Contributions

Chair: Amy Lowenstein

Chair: Louisa Tarullo
Discussant: Susan Dickstein



The Effects of Marital Quality on the Quality of the
Coparenting Relationship in Low-Income Families
Amy Lowenstein, JoAnn Hsueh, Vinh Nguyen



Children's Development and Progress During Head
Start: Findings from FACES
Nikki Aikens, Ashley Kopack Klein, Louisa Tarullo,
Jerry West



The Effects of Marital Quality on the Quality of the
Father-Child Relationship in Low-Income Families
Erika Lundquist, Kristen Faucetta, JoAnn Hsueh,
Charles Michalopoulos



Fostering Head Start Children's School Readiness:
The Interaction of Home and Classroom
Environments
Lizabeth Malone, Ashley Kopack Klein



Getting Inside the Family: How Parents' Relationship
Quality is Linked to Children's Behavior in Married
and Cohabiting Families
Julia Goldberg, Marcia Carlson



Program Environment, Quality, and Outcomes in
Head Start: Findings from FACES
Emily Moiduddin, Ashley Kopack Klein, Louisa
Tarullo, Jerry West, Nikki Aikens



Longitudinal Associations Between Coparenting and
Child Adjustment: Evidence From a Universal
Coparenting Intervention
Anna Solmeyer, Mark Feinberg, Donna Coffman,
Damon Jones

(Event 1-214) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-214. Impact of Parents' Daily Experiences
on Children's Well-being, Behaviors and
Parent-Child Relationships

(Event 1-212) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Chair: Kim M. Tsai

1-212. Maternal Depression and Child WellBeing: Links to BMI, Food Consumption,
Delinquency, and School Disengagement
Chair: Amy Claessens
Discussant: Robert Crosnoe


A Longitudinal Analysis of Maternal Depressive
Symptoms and Children's Food Consumption and
Weight Outcomes
Taryn Morrissey, Rada Dagher



Maternal Depression and Early Juvenile
Delinquency: Timing, Duration, and the Moderating
Role of Parents' Relationship Status
Kristin Turney



Maternal Depression and Children's Disengagement
in Elementary School
Amy Claessens, Mimi Engel, Chris Curran

120



Daily Variation in Mexican Immigrant Parents' Work
Hours: Associations With Parent-Child Interaction
and Child Behavior
Anna Gassman-Pines



Parents' Daily Work Experiences and Adolescents'
Health
Melissa Lippold, Kelly Davis, Katie Lawson, Susan
McHale, David Almeida



Adolescents' Daily Assistance to the Family in
Response to Parental Need
Kim Tsai, Eva Telzer, Nancy Gonzales, Andrew
Fuligni



Same-day Associations Between Marital and ParentChild Conflict: Why Does Conflict Spill Over in Some
Families and Not Others?
Meredith Sears, Bridget Reynolds, Rena Repetti,
Theodore Robles, Mariam Hanna

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(Event 1-215) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-215. Maternal Sensitivity: New Insights on
Its Antecedents, Outcomes, and CrossCultural Relevance

(Event 1-217) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Chair: Judi Mesman
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1-217. Intuitive Concepts Versus Biological
Science: the Case of Evolution

A Psychobiological Model of the Origins of Maternal
Sensitivity to Infant Distress
Esther Leerkes, John Haltigan, Maria Wong, Keren
Fortuna, Marion O'Brien, Susan Calkins, Andrew
Supple

Chair: John D. Coley
Discussant: Kimberly Tanner

Maternal Insensitivity is Related to Insecure
Attachment, but Only When Mothers Also Fail to
Acknowledge Relationship Problems
Heidi Bailey, Elyse Redden, Karin Gleason, David
Pederson, Greg Moran, Sandi Bento
My Mom is Sensitive, but I'm too Tired to Know:
Child Sleep Moderates the Links Between Maternal
Sensitivity and Child Outcomes
Annie Bernier, Marie-Ève Bélanger, George
Tarabulsy
Across Cultures the Ideal Mother Is a Sensitive One:
Maternal Beliefs About Sensitive Parenting Across
the Globe
Judi Mesman, Marinus van IJzendoorn, Rodrigo
Carcamo, Olga Carbonel, Inbar Cohen-Paraira,
Christian De la Harpe, Hatice Ekmekci, Rosanneke
Emmen, Cindy Mels, Haatembo Mooya, Magaly
Nóblega, Jenny Ortiz Muñoz, Abraham SagiSchwartz, Francis Sichimba, Isabel Soares, Howard
Steele, Miriam Steele, Marloes Van der Leeden,
René Van der Veer, Lamei Wang, Bilge Yagmurlu,
H. Melis Yavuz, Gadir Zreik

Second Language Learning in Infants
Marianella Casasola

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Relations Between Folk Biological Thought and
Evolutionary Understanding in Middle School
John Coley, Lindsay Harrigan, Melanie Arenson



Parent-Child Conversations About Evolution in the
Context of an Interactive Museum Display
Andrew Shtulman, Isabel Checa



How is a Human Like a Banana? Conceptions of
Humans as Part of the Natural World
Brenda Phillips, Margaret Evans, Michael Horn,
Florian Block, Judy Diamond, Chia Shen



Evolving Minds: Young Children's Learning of
Natural Selection from a Storybook
Natalie Emmons, Rebecca Seston, Hayley Smith,
Deborah Kelemen

Chair: Andrea F. Greenhoot
Discussant: Karen Salmon

Chair: Caitlin Cole
Discussant: Debra L. Mills

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The Role of Within-Category Variability in Inductive
Learning Across Childhood
Marjorie Rhodes, Susan Gelman

1-218. The Goals and Functions of Memory
Sharing: Contributions to Children's
Memories for Their Experiences

1-216. Word Learning in a Second
Language in Infancy and Early Childhood

Foreign Sentence Frames Interfere with Word
Learning at 14-months
Krista Byers-Heinlein, Chelsea da Estrela

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(Event 1-218) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-216) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm



Transfer Between L1 Words and L2 Word Learning
in 2- and 3-year-olds
Caitlin Cole, Melissa Koenig, Maria Sera

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121

Individual Differences in Maternal Reminiscing:
Exploring Conversational Goals in Discussions about
the Past
Jennifer Bohanek, Amy Hedrick, Hillary Langley,
Lynne Baker-Ward
(continued)

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Goals for Talking as Events Unfold: Linkages to
Children's Remembering Over Time
Catherine Haden, Amy Hedrick, Philip Hoffman,
Hillary Langley, Kathryn Howlett, Peter Ornstein



Effects of Mothers' Memory Sharing Style and Goal
Orientation on Children's Memory and Suggestibility
for a Past Event
Gabrielle Principe, Mollie Cherson, Julie DiPuppo,
Erica Schindewolf, Abigail Robinson, Elizabeth Van
Horn

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(Event 1-220) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-220. Effects of exposure on bilinguals'
non-dominant language: Evidence from
infants, preschoolers and adults
Chair: Paul Leseman
Discussant: Laura Bosch

How do Conversational Goals Affect Parent-Child
Memory Sharing and Children's Recollections of a
Stressful Event?
Shengkai Sun, Andrea Greenhoot



Effects of exposure and language dominance on the
perception of consonants in bilingual infants
Liquan Liu, René Kager



Relationships between language exposure at home,
vocabulary and phonological memory in a
longitudinal study of mono- and bilingual
preschoolers
Josje Verhagen, Paul Leseman, Marielle Messer



Effects of exposure on the acquisition of rhythm in
adult bilinguals
Natalie Boll-Avetisyan, Anjali Bhatara, Annika Unger,
Barbara Hoehle, Thierry Nazzi

Meta-Autobiographical Memory in Adults and
Children: Implications for Autobiographical Memory
Development
Qi Wang

(Event 1-219) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-219. The Content of Adolescents'
Disclosures to Siblings

(Event 1-221) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Chair: Nicole Campione-Barr
Discussant: Katherine J. Conger
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1-221. Advances in Nonlinear Modeling of
Longitudinal Data

Domain Differentiation in What Adolescents Tell
Older and Younger Siblings and Comparisons With
Disclosure to Mothers
Nicole Campione-Barr, Kelly Bassett Greer, Anna
Lindell

Chair: Kevin J. Grimm
Discussant: Todd D. Little

Body Talk: Siblings' Positive and Negative Body SelfDisclosure Associated with Body-Esteem, SelfWorth, and Sibling Support
Kelly Bassett Greer, Nicole Campione-Barr
Adolescent Sisters' Disclosure about Dating and
Sexuality
Sarah Killoren, Andrea Roach

122



A Random-Coefficient Latent Change Score Model
for Nonlinear Growth Data
Zhiyong Zhang, Kevin Grimm



Extending Current Practice in Nonlinear Modeling of
Longitudinal Data
Richard Gonzalez, Wonjung Oh, Tianyi Yu, Brenda
Volling



Going Nonlinear in Response to Challenging
Situations: Modeling Children's Physiological
Reactivity
Nilam Ram, Michael Coccia, Elizabeth Davis,
Christine Fortunato, Lisa Gatzke-Kopp, Kristin Buss

(Event 1-222) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-224) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-222. Impacts of Early Childhood
Intervention Programs

1-224. Emotions and Morality:
Developmental Integrative Approaches

Chair: John M. Love

Chair: Ella Daniel
Discussant: Daniel Lapsley

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Head Start and Children's Nutrition, Weight, and
Health Care Receipt
Raehyuck Lee, Fuhua Zhai, Wen-Jui Han, Jeanne
Brooks-Gunn, Jane Waldfogel



Chilean Early Childhood Education and Its Long
Term Effects on Academic Outcomes
Alejandra Cortazar



Preschool Program mpact on High Risk
Preschoolers
Tomoko Wakabayashi, Zongping Xiang

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Moral Emotions and the Development of the Moral
Self in Childhood
Tobias Krettenauer, Steven Hertz, Sonia
Sengsavang



The Role of Children's Moral Emotions in the
Development of Moral Values: A Large-scale
Longitudinal Study
Ella Daniel, Tina Malti, Marlis Buchmann



Considering the Complexities in Adolescents'
Emotional Experience in the Aftermath of Moral
Transgressions
Cecilia Wainryb, Holly Recchia

Using a Multidimensional Approach to Identify for
Whom Head Start is Most Effective
Brittany Cooper, Stephanie Lanza

(Event 1-225) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-223) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-225. Diverse cultural socialization
processes in Chinese immigrant parents:
Transmission, negotiation, and
consequences

1-223. The Impact and Process of Adopting
School-Based Supports for Sexual Minority
Youth
Chair: Shannon Snapp
Discussant: Stephen T. Russell


The Role of In-School Supports in Creating a
Positive Learning Environment for LGBT Youth
Joseph Kosciw, Neal Palmer, Emily Greytak



Parental Attitudes about Making Schools Safe for
LGBTQ Youth: A Rights and Protections Framework
Timothy Tasker, Christina Peter, Stacey Horn



Barriers and Strategies Associated with
Implementing Culturally Relevant Curriculum: Stories
from Key Informant Interviews
Shannon Snapp, Stephen Russell, Adela Licona,
Hilary Burdge

Chair: Yoko Yamamoto

123



Maternal Vocalizations and Affective Displays
Among Chinese American and European American
Mothers of Infants
Cindy Liu, Yang Yang, Nancy Snidman, Shixin Fang,
Ed Tronick



The Meaning of a "B" Grade: How African American
and Chinese Immigrant Mothers Socialize Their
First-Grade Children Through Storytelling
Florrie Ng, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Irene Sze,
Diane Ruble



Chinese immigrant mothers' perceptions of Chinese
versus U.S. parenting
Charissa Cheah, Christy Leung, Nan Zhou



Being Quiet or Assertive? Verbal Socialization
among Chinese Immigrant Families and Children's
School Experiences
Yoko Yamamoto, Jin Li

(Event 1-226) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-228) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-226. A Multimodal Approach to Studying
LGBT Youth: The Importance of Social
Support and Engagement

1-228. Linking Ethnic Identity and Positive
Youth Development among Diverse Groups
Chair: Joanna L. Williams
Discussant: Cynthia Garcia Coll

Chair: Sabra L. Katz-Wise
Discussant: Lisa Diamond


The Importance of Academic Engagement for NonHeterosexual Youth's Psychosocial Outcomes
Ryan Watson, Stephen Russell



Elucidating Sexual Prejudice: Understanding the
Impact of Sexual-Orientation Victimization and Social
Support on Urban LGBT Youth
Steve Garcia, Brian Mustanski



Ethnic Identity Development in European American
Youth: Links to Societal Values
Aerika Brittian, Seth Schwartz



Ethnic Identity, Self-Concept, and Health: A
Qualitative Exploration
Deborah Rivas-Drake, Hilda Llorens



Positive Youth Development and Ethnic Identity in
Adolescent Males: A Culturally-Integrated Approach
Joanna Williams, Patrick Tolan, Riana Anderson

Emotional and Identity Processes of Trans Youth: A
Developmental Approach
Stephanie Budge, Sebastian Barr

(Event 1-229) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

(Event 1-227) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

1-229. Against all Odds: Examining
Promotive and Protective Factors in the
Lives of Homeless Children and
Adolescents

1-227. Associations Between Parental
Representations of Past Attachment
Experiences and Caregiver Sensitivity: New
Analytic Approaches and New Insights

Chair: Rashmita S. Mistry
Discussant: John C. Buckner

Chair: John D. Haltigan
Discussant: Sheri Madigan
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The Latent Structure of Adult Attachment:
Confirmatory Replication, Measurement Invariance,
and Relations to Maternal Sensitivity
John Haltigan, Esther Leerkes, Maria Wong, Keren
Fortuna, Andrew Supple, Marion O'Brien, Susan
Calkins, Andre Plamondon



Quality of Early Experiences Inferred from the Adult
Attachment Interview: Associations with Parental
Sensitivity at 13-months
Maria Wong, Sarah Mangelsdorf, Aya Shigeto,
Geoffrey Brown, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan

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Earned Security and Emotional Availability
Veronica Rivera, Zeynep Biringen, Laurie Chapin

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Adversity, Trauma, and Protective Factors for Young
Children Experiencing Homelessness
Janette Herbers, J. Cutuli, Ann Masten



How Teachers and Parents Help Elementary SchoolAged Homeless Children Stay on Track
Academically
Kirby Chow, Rashmita Mistry



Surviving Under Adversity: Strengths of Homeless
Youth
Pushpanjali Dashora

(Event 1-230) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Thursday, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

1-230. New Evidence on Kindergarten
Learning and Academics

(Event 1-232) Business Meeting & Awards
Ceremony
Grand Ballroom BCD (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd
Floor)

Chair: Mimi Engel
Discussant: Sara Rimm-Kaufman


Transition to Kindergarten Experiences and
Children's Growth Over the School Year: The Role of
the Teacher-Child Relationship
Jennifer Locasale-Crouch, Jamie DeCoster, Robert
Pianta



Optimizing Content: Evidence on the Importance of
Content Coverage for Improving Student Outcomes
Mimi Engel, Amy Claessens, Chris Curran



Is Kindergarten the New First Grade? The Effects of
No Child Left Behind on Kindergarten Classrooms
Daphna Bassok, Anna Rorem

The 2013 SRCD Business Meeting is open to all
members. President Ann Masten, Secretary Nancy Hill,
and Executive Director Lonnie Sherrod will report on the
state of the Society. Please join us to learn more about
SRCD and offer your input to the organization.
The Awards Ceremony will be held immediately after the
Business Meeting to recognize those who have made
outstanding contributions to the field of child
development.

Thursday, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

(Event 1-233) Global Reception
Grand Ballroom Foyer (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd
Floor)

(Event 1-231) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Thursday, 4:10 pm - 5:40 pm

Celebrating SRCD’s growth as a global
organization, this reception is open to all biennial
meeting attendees. In addition to the opportunity to
socialize with old and new friends, there will be
gathering points to discuss developmental research
in specific regions of the world, as well as funding
for international research. Complimentary hors
d’oeuvres and cash bars will be available.

1-231. The Racial Context of Schooling:
Implications for Academic Achievement
and Psychological Adaptation among
Diverse Ethnic Minority Youth
Chair: Tabbye Chavous
Discussant: Robert M. Sellers


African American Adolescents' Experience of their
School Racial Climate: Implications for Achievement
Motivation Processes
Christy Byrd



Diversity in Secondary Education: The Role of High
Schools in Promoting Adolescents' Sociopolitical
Development
Adriana Aldana



Race and Gender Stigma Experiences among
African American Students in STEM and Non-STEM
Contexts: Implications for Psychosocial Adjustment
Tajma Hodzic, Felecia Webb

Please join us!

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(Event 2-003) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-001) Paper Session
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-003. Preschool Science: Learning and
Exploration in Different Settings
Chair: Tessa J. van Schijndel
Discussant: Corinne Zimmerman

2-001. Executive Function and Academic
Achievement
Chair: Frederick J. Morrison


Relations Between Self-Regulation and the
Development of Academic Skills in Preschool and
Kindergarten: A Meta-analysis
Nicholas Allan, Laura Hume, Darcey Sims, Amber
Farrington, Christopher Lonigan



Teacher Ratings of Executive Function Skills Versus
Direct Assessments Predicting Academic
Achievement in Young Children
Mary Fuhs, Kimberly Turner, Dale Farran



Adaptive Classroom Behaviors Mediate Effects of
Executive Function Skills on Academic Achievement
in Prekindergarten
Kimberly Turner, Mary Fuhs, Dale Farran, Jennifer
Norvell, Katherine Newman

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

Parent Guidance of Preschoolers' Exploration and
Learning in a Museum Setting
Tessa van Schijndel



Do Preschoolers Benefit from Collaborative Play in a
Scientific Reasoning Task?
Marijn van Dijk



Micro-developmental Trajectories of Inquiry: A
Dynamic Systems Approach to Cognitive Change
Jairo Montes

(Event 2-004) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-004. Social Perception in Toddlers With
Autism Spectrum Disorder

Children's Executive Functions, Effortful Control, and
Attention Problems in Preschool and Their Academic
and Social Trajectories through Second Grade
Tyler Sasser, Karen Bierman, Brenda Heinrichs

Chair: Katarzyna Chawarska


Limited orienting to social cues in infants and
toddlers with ASD
Katarzyna Chawarska

(Event 2-002) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Diminished social salience, not enhanced perceptual
salience in toddlers with ASD
Suzanne Macari

2-002. Stress Physiology and Memory in
Children



Subtyping gaze patterns in response to dyadic bids
for attention
Daniel Campbell



Operationalizing Atypical: Attentional Cohesion by
Toddlers with ASD
Frederick Shic

Chair: Danielle M. de Veld
Discussant: Jodi A. Quas


Hyperresponse to Acute Stress, Emotional Problems
and Poorer Memory in Former Preterm Children
Andrea Quesada, Rosana Tristão, Riccardo Pratesi,
Oliver Wolf



Effects of Stress on Children's and Adolescents' True
and False Emotional Memories
Elizabeth Rush, Robin Edelstein, Ilona Yim



Acute Psychosocial Stress and Children's Memory
Danielle de Veld, J. Marianne Riksen-Walraven,
Carolina de Weerth

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(Event 2-005) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-007) Paper Session
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-005. Children's Inferences between
Possibility and Reality

2-007. Effects of Maternal Depression on
Children's Adjustment

Chair: David M. Sobel
Discussant: Alison Gopnik

Chair: Theodore Dix



Anticipating fantasy in fiction
Ori Friedman, Julia Van de Vondervoort



Tell me a story: Children's novel story construction
resembles the reality they know
David Sobel, Deena Weisberg





Maternal Depression and Child Adjustment at First
Grade: Mediation by Child Withdrawal and Mutually
Responsive Orientation
Ni Yan, Theodore Dix



Mothers' Depression and Infant Emotionality Predict
Adjustment: Differential Susceptibility or Maternal
Reactivity?
Theodore Dix, Ni Yan



Maternal Depressive Symptom Trajectories as
Predictors of Sensitive Parenting and Children's
Outcomes
Sonia Baeva, Theodore Dix



Patterns of Depressive Parenting: Why They Occur
and Their Role in Early Developmental Risk
Yiji Wang, Theodore Dix

Moving between counterfactual and real worlds
Sarah Beck, Sheena Sunda

(Event 2-006) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-006. Bidirectional Associations Between
Self-Regulation and Parenting in Childhood
and Adolescence
Chair: Kristin L. Moilanen
Discussant: Liliana J. Lengua


Parental Influences on Children's Effortful Control:
Examining Parenting, Temperament, and Child
Development Across Time
Tricia Neppl, Rand Conger



Transactional Development of Inhibitory Control and
Parenting Across Early Childhood in an At-Risk
Prevention Research Sample
Christopher Trentacosta, Kristin Moilanen, Daniel
Shaw, Thomas Dishion, Frances Gardner, Melvin
Wilson

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(Event 2-008) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-008. Understanding The Role of Parent
Executive Function Skills in Family
Outcomes: The Importance of a Multiple
Levels of Analysis Approach
Chair: Amy Monn

Transactional Models of Adolescents' SelfRegulation and Maternal and Paternal Parenting
Kristin Moilanen, Laura Walker

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Mapping the Connections Between Socioeconomic
Risk, Maternal Executive Functions and Parenting
Practices
Jennifer Suor, Melissa Sturge-Apple, Michael Skibo,
Michael Fittoria, Courtney Ball



Do non-reactive mothers reappraise?
Zhe Wang, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Martha Ann Bell
(continued)



Genetic, Environmental, and Prenatal Influences on
a Co-Occurring Symptom Phenotype
Leslie Roos, Leslie Leve, Jenae Neiderhiser, Daniel
Shaw, Misaki Natsuaki, Philip Fisher



Environmental Changes in Rural Child Care Centers
Improve Nutrition and Physical Activity in Pre-school
Children
Rebecca Battista



The Relationship Between Dopaminergic Genetic
Variation, Adult Attention Problems, and Parenting in
the Context of Adult Life Stress: A ModeratedMediation Model
Amy Monn, Lee Raby, Dante Cicchetti, Byron
Egeland



Improved nutrition in school meals, including more
fruits and vegetables, did not increase leftovers at a
large, urban school district in Los Angeles County
Brenda Robles, Lindsey Burbage, Patricia
Cummings, Tony Kuo

(Event 2-011) Paper Session
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-009) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-009. The Development of Preference
Understanding From Infancy Through the
Preschool Years

2-011. Genetic, Cognitive, and Personality
Vulnerabilities to Depression in
Adolescence and an Integrative AnxietyDiathesis Model

Chair: Taylor F. Holubar

Chair: Bruce E. Compas



10-Month-Olds do not Bind Preferences to Agents
Dora Kampis, Eszter Somogyi, Shoji Itakura, Ildikó
Király



Biased Attention to Emotional Faces as an
Endophenotype for Depression in Youth
Jessica Jenness, Benjamin Hankin, Jami Young



Preschoolers' Understanding of Graded Preferences
Jane Hu, Christopher Lucas, Tom Griffiths, Fei Xu





Naive realism in preschoolers' understanding of
preferences: Linguistic framing modulates
preschoolers' tolerance of unconventional opinions
Taylor Holubar, Ellen Markman

Think as I say, not as I think: Adolescent and
Maternal Negative Cognitive Style, Maternal
Communication, and Adolescent Depressive
Symptoms
Jennifer Dunbar, Kelly Watson, Michelle Reising,
Caroline Craig, Emily Hardcastle, Bruce Compas



A Rational Model of Preference Learning
Christopher Lucas



Associations Between Personality Traits and the
Onset/Course of Major Depressive Disorder During
Adolescence and Early Adulthood
Sylia Wilson, Ana DiRago, William Iacono



Diathesis-Anxiety Models: A New Approach to
Understanding Comorbid Depression and Anxiety in
Youth
Joseph Cohen, Hua-Jen Hwan, Jami Young,
Brandon Gibb, Benjamin Hankin, John Abela

(Event 2-010) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-010. Effect of a National Public Health
Project, Based on the Ecological Model of
Human Development, to Reduce Childhood
Obesity
Chair: Phyllis Ottley
Discussant: Kathleen Whitten


An ecological approach to understanding the impact
of community-level interventions to address
childhood obesity: The CPPW Evaluation
Phyllis Ottley, Kathleen Whitten, Dara O'Neil

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(Event 2-012) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-012. The Costs and Benefits of
Heightened Reward Sensitivity in
Adolescence: Refining the Imbalance Model
of Adolescent Neurodevelopment



The Academic Adjustment of Mexican American
Youth in the Context of the 2007 Economic
Recession
Norma Perez-Brena, Sue Rodriguez, Kimberly
Updegraff, Adriana Umana-Taylor



Mexican-origin adolescent mothers' academic
expectations: Predictors and outcomes associated
with different growth trajectories
Diamond Bravo, Adriana Umana-Taylor, Russell
Toomey, Laudan Jahromi



Predicting Mexican-origin Academic Outcomes:
Examining Discrimination and the Mediating Role of
Attachment in the School Setting
Melissa Delgado, Mark Roosa



Disentangling the Contributions of Various
Integrated/Segregated Peer Contexts to Adolescents'
Adjustment
Yijie Wang, Aprile Benner

Chair: Eva H. Telzer
Discussant: Ronald Dahl


Longitudinal Changes in Neural Responses to
Rewards and Losses in Mid-Adolescence
Eveline Crone, Anna van Duijvenvoorde



Learning to Play it Safe (or Not): Stable and Evolving
Neural Mechanisms Underlying Decision-Making
Processes in Adolescence
Jennifer Pfeifer, Lauren Kahn, Shannon Peake,
Elizabeth Stormshak, Thomas Dishion



The Rewards of Giving: Ventral Striatum Activation
to Prosocial Rewards Predicts Declines in
Adolescent Risk Taking
Eva Telzer, Andrew Fuligni, Matthew Lieberman,
Adriana Galvan

(Event 2-015) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-015. How Institutions Condition the
Benefits of Child Care and Preschool
(Event 2-013) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Bruce Fuller


Beyond an "Either-Or" Approach to Home- and
Center-Based Care: Comparing Children and
Families who Combine Care Types with Those Who
Use Just One
Rachel Gordon, Anna Colaner, Margaret Usdansky,
Claudia Melgar



Early Child Care and Kindergarten Competence:
Variation by Family Structure and Stability
Carey Cooper, Robert Crosnoe



Do Academic Preschools Yield Stronger Benefits?
The Developmental Effects of Cognitive Emphasis,
Formalization, and Dosage
Bruce Fuller



The Effects of Universal Pre-Kindergarten on the
Size and Scope of the Child Care Sector: The Case
of Florida's Voluntary Prekindergarten Program
Daphna Bassok, Luke Miller, Eva Galdo

2-013. Mixed Methods Studies in
Developmental Science: New Terrain,
Unique Challenges, and the Promise for
Contemporary PYD Research
Moderator: Rachel M. Hershberg
Panelists: Jonathan Zaff, Elizabeth Pufall-Jones,
Sara Johnson, Lacey Hilliard

(Event 2-014) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-014. Educational Attainment Among
Ethnically Diverse Youth: Protective
Factors in At-Risk Contexts
Chair: Norma J. Perez-Brena

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(Event 2-016) Paper Session
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-018) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-016. Latent Profile Analyses of Parenting,
Stressors of Parenting, and the
Development of Culturally Relevant
Measure of Parenting in African American
and Latino Families

2-018. Understanding How Children's
Engagement in Different Preschool
Classroom Contexts Contributes to Social
and Academic Development
Chair: Jason Downer

Chair: Jacqueline Mattis
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

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

Developing a Culturally Relevant Measure of
Parenting among Black Head Start Families: A
Mixed-Methods Emic Approach
Jacqueline Mattis, Christine McWayne, Linnie
Wright, Maria Limlingan, Elise Harris
Mothering Behavior Profiles Among Low Income
African American and Latina Mothers of
Preschoolers and Children's School Readiness
Nazly Hasanizadeh, Margaret Caughy, Margaret
Owen
Long-Term Effects of Stressors on Marital Quality
and Parenting Processes among Mexican American
Families
Rajni Nair, Mark Roosa, Rika Tanaka, George Knight
Patterns of Family Engagement for Low-Income
Latino Families of Preschool Children and their
Relation to School Readiness
Christine McWayne, Gigliana Melzi, Maria Limlingan,
Adina Schick

Young Children Disregard Consensus: Evidence of a
Positivity Bias in Social Judgments
Janet Boseovski



Young children's use of trust and consensus varies
by the context
Silvia Guerrero, Laura Elenbaas, Ileana Enesco,
Melanie Killen

Understanding the Link between Children's
Engagement with Adults, Peers, and Tasks and
Early Learning in a Norwegian Context
Ingunn Ellingsen, Ingunn Størksen



The Role of Classroom Quality in Buffering the Risks
Associated with Negative Engagement in Different
Preschool Classroom Contexts
Rebecca Bulotsky-Shearer, Veronica Fernandez,
Tracy Carter, Elizabeth Bell, Ximena Dominguez



Examining Associations Between Prekindergarten
Children's Engagement in Academic Content,
Teacher Practices, and Academic Skills
Jennifer Marcella, Carollee Howes

Moderator: Marjorie Beeghly
Panelists: Emily Ozer, Jayanthi Mistry, Constance
Flanagan, Stephanie Rowley

Chair: Ileana Enesco
Discussant: Paul L. Harris

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

2-019. Fostering Youth Voice, Civic
Engagement, and Participation: Navigating
the Barriers

2-017. The multifaceted nature of testimony
as a source of knowledge

Do children prefer helpful informants?
Carolyn Palmquist, Vikram Jaswal

Contribution of Engagement with Teachers, Peers,
and Tasks to Variation in School Readiness and the
Role of Instructional Context
Natalie Bohlmann, Jason Downer, Terri Sabol

(Event 2-019) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-017) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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specific hypotheses about the brain mechanisms
underlying early speech processing. One hypothesis
under test is that early in development, infants' statistical
learning and computational skills for speech are ‘gated'
by the social brain. This work is also leading to the
identification of biomarkers that may allow early diagnosis
of autism. Language provides an excellent model for
linking brain and behavior to illuminate child
development.

(Event 2-020) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-020. Goodness of Fit: Building a Bridge
from an Old Idea to Family Systems and
Interventions
Moderator: Yeonsoo Yoo
Panelists: JoAnn Robinson, Ronald Sabatelli,
Susan Spieker

Biography: Dr. Patricia K. Kuhl
holds the Bezos Family
Foundation Endowed Chair in
Early Childhood Learning and is
Co-Director of the UW Institute
for Learning and Brain Sciences,
Director of the University of
Washington's NSF Science of
Learning Center, and Professor
of Speech and Hearing Sciences
at the University of Washington
in Seattle. She is internationally
recognized for her research on early language and
bilingual brain development, and studies that show how
young children learn. She presented her work at two
White House conferences (Clinton White House in 1997
and Bush White House in 2001). Dr. Kuhl is a member of
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Rodin
Academy, and the Norwegian Academy of Science and
Letters, and is a Fellow of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science, the Acoustical Society of
America, the American Psychological Society, and the
Cognitive Science Society. Dr. Kuhl was awarded the
Silver Medal of the Acoustical Society of America in 1997.
She received the University of Washington's Faculty
Lectureship Award in 1998. In 2005, she was awarded
the Kenneth Craik Research Award from Cambridge
University. In 2007, Dr. Kuhl was awarded the University
of Minnesota's Outstanding Achievement Award. In Paris
in 2008, Dr. Kuhl was awarded the Gold Medal of the
Acoustical Society of America (American Institute of
Physics) for her work on early learning and brain
development. In 2010, Dr. Kuhl was elected to the
National Academy of Sciences. In November 2011 in
Paris, Dr. Kuhl was awarded the IPSEN Foundation's
Jean-Louis Signoret Neuropsychology Prize. Dr. Kuhl is
co-author of The Scientist in the Crib: Minds, Brains, and
How Children Learn (Harper Collins). Dr. Kuhl's TED talk
can be viewed at:
http://www.ted.com/talks/patricia_kuhl_the_linguistic_geni
us_of_babies.html

(Event 2-021) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-021. Multi-disciplinary Perspectives on
the Consequences of Early Maltreatment
Chair: Paul Gray
Discussant: Philip A. Fisher


Long-term Impact of Early Life Maternal Separation
on Brain Region Specific Gene Activity
Frances Champagne



Structural Brain Abnormalities in Maltreated Children
Philip Kelly, Eamon McCrory, Essi Viding, Stephane
De Brito, Catherine Sebastian, Andrea Mechelli,
Helen Maris, Greg Wallace, Marie Schaer, Briana
Robustelli



Threat-related Attention Biases in Maltreated
Children: The Role of Attention Control
Paul Gray, Jennifer Lau

(Event 2-022) Invited Address
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-022. Human Language: How Brain
Measures Advance Theories of Learning
and Development
Speaker: Patricia K. Kuhl
Chair: Richard N. Aslin
Abstract: Neuroimaging of the infant brain is advancing
our understanding of humans' capacity for language. I will
describe new methods for co-registering structural
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Diffusion Tensor
Imaging (DTI), and functional brain activity recorded by
Magnetoencephalography (MEG) in young infants while
they listen to speech. These measures allow us to test

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(Event 2-023) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Developmental Implication of Growing up in the
Shadows of Undocumented Status: Equal
Opportunities for All?
Carola Suarez-Orozco

2-023. Equity & Justice in Developmental
Science



The effects of school diversity on adolescents'
experiences of racial discrimination and
psychological adjustment
Tiffany Yip

Chair: Martin D. Ruck
Integrative Statement: Equity and justice are important
goals for healthy child development and are increasingly
a focus of research in developmental science. The need
for addressing issues of equity and justice has become
especially important as the world becomes increasingly
global, and as children and young people are residing in
ever more heterogeneous communities. This invited
paper symposium, organized by the SRCD Committee on
Equity and Justice, addresses the question “Why are
equity and justice critical to developmental science?”
Speakers will consider this question with respect to
distinct conceptual perspectives, methodologies, and
populations. Discussion will focus on the overarching
themes arising from each speaker’s perspective as
related to issues of equity and justice in children and
youth.

(Event 2-024) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-024. Mechanisms of Intergroup Attitude
Formation and Function: New Insights from
Novel Group Paradigms
Chair: Rebecca S. Bigler
Discussant: Lynn S. Liben

Biography: Martin D. Ruck is an
Associate Professor of Psychology
and Urban Education at the
Graduate Center of the City
University of New York. His work
examines the overall process of
cognitive socialization—at the
intersection of race, ethnicity and
class—in terms of children's and
adolescents' thinking about human
rights, educational opportunity, and
social justice. Currently, he is
investigating how children's perceptions of social
exclusion and discrimination are influenced by their social
experiences and interpretations of rights and justice. His
research has appeared in Applied Developmental
Science, Child Development, Group Processes and
Intergroup Relations, Journal of Adolescence, Journal of
Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Early Adolescence,
Journal of Research on Adolescence, and Journal of
Youth and Adolescence. He has recently extended his
work on young people's perceptions of their rights to the
U.K. and South Africa.



Transparent versus Opaque Explanations for Social
Groups and the Development of Intergroup Attitudes
and Behavior
Amy Hayes, Rebecca Bigler



"Minimal" Routes to Attitude Polarization
Yarrow Dunham



The Influence of Novel Group Manipulations on
Children's Prosocial Behaviour and Expectations of
Loyalty
Harriet Over

(Event 2-025) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-025. The Relation between Parenting
Practices and Parenting Styles and
Outcomes During Todderhood, Middle
Childhood and Adolescence
Chair: Nadia Sorkhabi
Discussant: Larry Nucci
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Motives, methods, measures, and misspecifications:
Queer adolescents and the science of equity
Stephen Russell



Equity in childhood: Social-moral reasoning about
social exclusion and group dynamics
Adam Rutland

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How Nurturing and Disciplinary Practices Vary by
Parenting Style with Toddlers
Robert Larzelere, Sada Knowles
(continued)



Profile of Parenting Practices in Chinese Families
and Links to Children's Behavioral Problems: A
Person-Centered Approach
Qing Zhou, Yun Wang, Nancy Eisenberg



Social Domain Variations in Parents' Use of
Parenting Practices and Adolescent Oucomes
Nadia Sorkhabi, Ellen Middaugh

(Event 2-026) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-026. Complex Family Processes and the
Social Relations Model: Examining the
Roles of Individuals vs. Dyads in Risky
Contexts

Attachment in Conflictive vs. Harmonious Families: A
Social Relations Model Analysis
Kirsten Buist, Maja Dekovic, Wim Meeus, Marcel van
Aken



Using the Social Relations Model to Clarify the Link
between Positive Family Dynamics and Adolescent
Trait Hostility
Robert Ackerman, Brent Donnellan, Katherine
Conger

Teacher-Child Conflict, Reactive and Proactive
Aggression, and Victimization in the First School
Years
Kevin Runions



Children's Expectations for their Teacher's
Responses to Students' Aggression: Does TeacherChild Relationship Quality Matter?
Wendy Troop-Gordon, John Ranney

Chair: Jerry West
Discussant: Carol S. Hammer

(Event 2-027) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-027. Teacher-Child Relationship and
Children's Social Development: Risk and
Protective Processes
Chair: Kevin Runions
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2-028. Development of Children Who Are
Dual Language Learners: National and
Local Perspectives

Mother-Child and Sibling Scaffolding in High- and
Low-Risk Settings: Insights from the Social Relations
Model
Dillon Browne, George Leckie

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Child aggressive behavior during the transition to
school: unique and interactive contributions of
observed teacher-child conflict and emotional
support
Karine Verschueren, Joana Cadima, Sarah Doumen

(Event 2-028) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Dillon T. Browne
Discussant: Jennifer Jenkins
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Externalizing and Internalizing Behavior Problems in
Elementary School Among Low-income Males: The
Role of Teacher-child Relationships
Erin O'Connor, Brian Collins, Lauren Supplee

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Strengths and Challenges of Dual Language
Learners in Early Head Start
Eileen Bandel, Yange Xue, Cheri Vogel, Kimberly
Boller

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English and Spanish Language Trajectories for Dual
Language Learners in Head Start: Differences by
Language Proficiency and Exposure at Home
Nikki Aikens, Jerry West

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Assessing Dual Language Learner Children in a
Universal Preschool Initiative in Los Angeles County
Yange Xue, Sally Atkins-Burnett, Emily Moiduddin

(Event 2-029) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-031) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-029. Positive Youth Development:
Models, Methods, and Measures

2-031. New conceptualizations of cultural
approaches to maternal reminiscing

Chair: Kristina L. Schmid
Discussant: Jacquelynne S. Eccles

Chair: Robyn Fivush

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Studying How Youth are Agents of their Own
Development
Reed Larson

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Challenges to Assessing the Person in Context: The
Sample Cases of Hope, Human-Animal Interaction,
and Serendipity
Christopher Napolitano, Megan Mueller, Kristina
Schmid, Richard Lerner

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The Need to Get All Involved: Effects of a
Community-Based Program on Adolescents'
Perceptions of Developmental Assets as Moderated
by Exposure
Karina Weichold, Silbereisen Rainer, Michael Spaeth

(Event 2-030) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-030. Mechanisms of Differential
Susceptibility

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The Chineseness of Chinese Socialization: Emotion
Talk in Native and Immigrant Chinese Families
Qi Wang

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Yesterday, today, and tomorrow's maharatia Recollections among Māori mothers and children
Elaine Reese, Tia Neha

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"What" does matter? Culture specific influences of
the content mothers focus on when reminiscing with
their preschoolers
Lisa Schroder, Heidi Keller

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Maternal Reminiscing and Children's Perceived
Competence and Social Acceptance: Comparing
European-American and Mexican-American Families
Kazuko Behrens

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Reminiscing and emergent literacy in Costa Rican
dyads
Ana Carmiol, Marcela Rios, Alison Sparks

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Gender as culture: Gendered reminiscing in mothers
vs. fathers reflects the different value of females vs.
males.
Widaad Zaman, Robyn Fivush

Chair: Michael Pluess
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Sensory-Processing Sensitivity: A Potential
Mechanism of Differential Susceptibility
Michael Pluess

(Event 2-032) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Mechanisms of Differential Susceptibility: Serotonin
and Socioemotional Responses
Baldwin Way, Dominik Schoebi, Benjamin Karney,
Thomas Bradbury, Shelley Taylor

2-032. Effortful Control, Parent-Child
Relationships, and Children's Outcomes
Chair: David J. Bridgett
Discussant: Tracy Spinrad

Amygdala Reactivity as a Marker of Differential
Susceptibility to the Environment
Luke Hyde, Daniel Shaw, Erika Forbes, Stephen
Manuckl, Ahmad Hariri
When and How Is a Knowledge of Mechanism Useful
in Understanding Complex Developmental
Processes?
W. Thomas Boyce

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Parenting Influences on Effortful Control: Does
Temperament Matter?
Mairin Augustine, Cynthia Stifter

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Effortful Control Mediates the Relations between
Family and Peer Stressors and Developmental
Outcomes
Rebecca Berger, Carlos Valiente
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Pathways to Maladaptive Behaviors: Effortful Control
Mediates Relations between Attachment Security
and Maladaptive Outcomes
Jamie Nordling, Lea Boldt, Jessica O'Bleness

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Representations of Family Relationships and
Emerging Self-Regulation in Young Children Born
Preterm
Cynthia Burnson, Julie Poehlmann, Hilary Runion,
Lindsay Weymouth, Sarah Maleck

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(Event 2-034) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-034. Individual and Contextual Predictors
and Consequences of Defending Victimized
Peers
Chair: Diana J. Meter
Discussant: Christina Salmivalli

Effortful Control and Surgency as Moderators of
Parenting Bedtime Behaviors and Sleeping Problems
Larissa Gaias, Samuel Putnam, Jodi Swanson

(Event 2-033) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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Applying Bystander Theory to Bullying?
Wendy Craig

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Attitudes toward bullying and sense of responsibility
to intervene: Are friends similar to each other?
Tiziana Pozzoli, Gianluca Gini

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Benefits of Defending: The Longitudinal Relations
between Being Liked, Defending Victimized Peers,
and Own Victimization
Diana Meter, Noel Card, Alysha Ramirez

2-033. Syntactic Preferences and Semantic
Restrictions: Verb Biases in Language
Development
Chair: Eileen Graf
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(Event 2-035) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Labeling draws children's attention to manner of
motion in verb learning
Susanne Grassmann, Mona Timmermeister, David
Buttelmann

2-035. Adolescent Attachment: Alternative
Approaches and Associations with Social
and Psychological Adaptation

The Role of Verb Bias in Structural Priming:
Evidence from Children and Adults
Michelle Peter, Caroline Rowland, Ryan Blything,
Franklin Chang

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Learning new linguistic information about familiar
verbs in 5-year-olds and adults
Zhenghan Qi, Cynthia Fisher

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Known verbs facilitate novel noun reference
resolution in 20-month-olds
Eileen Graf, Brock Ferguson, Sandra Waxman

Chair: Jodi Martin

135

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Attachment Security and Maternal Support as
Predictors of Relational Aggression
Megan Schad, Alyssa Poblete, Elenda Hessel,
Samantha Magaro, Lauren Everhart, Joseph Allen

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Adolescent Attachment and Relatedness as
Predictors of Socio-emotional Outcomes Across
Relationships
Amanda LeTard, Julie Wargo Aikins

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Are Attachment States of Mind and Non-suicidal
Self-injury Related to Psychological Symptoms and
Parent-child Relationships?
Jodi Martin, Jean-Francois Bureau, Marie-France
Lafontaine, Paula Cloutier, Celia Hsiao

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Examining the AAI Factor Structure in a Group of
Adolescent Mothers
George Tarabulsy, Simon Larose, Annie Bernier,
Jean-Pascal Lemelin, Marc Provost

(Event 2-036) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-038) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-036. Developing Mathematical Thinking

2-038. Addressing two Fundamental Issues
in Loneliness Research

Chair: James Stigler
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Chair: Janne Vanhalst
Discussant: Mitchell J. Prinstein

The Transition From Informal to Formal
Mathematical Knowledge: Mediation by Numeral
Knowledge
David Purpura, Arthur Baroody, Christopher Lonigan
Examining Sources of Individual Differences in
Acuity of the Approximate Number System
Rebecca Bull, Kenneth Poon, Kerry Lee
Investigating Conceptual, Procedural, and Intuitive
Aspects of Area Measurement with Non-Square Area
Units
Amanda Miller

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Loneliness Trajectories from Early to Late
Adolescence and Links with Depressive Symptoms
Idean Ettekal, Gary Ladd

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Why do the Lonely stay Lonely? Examining
Chronically Lonely Adolescents' Reactions Following
Social Inclusion and Exclusion
Janne Vanhalst, Bart Soenens, Stijn Van Petegem,
Koen Luyckx, Luc Goossens

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Distinguishing Loneliness from Belonging:
Conceptualization, Assessment, and Links with
Social Experience
Molly Weeks, Steven Asher

Impact of Interventions on Preschooler's Successor
Principle Understanding and Linear Representation
of Number
Erin Reid, Arthur Baroody, David Purpura

(Event 2-039) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am
(Event 2-037) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-039. Using Social Aggression with
Friends: Function, Feelings, and Feedback

2-037. A Closer Look at the Importance of
Humor to Young Adolescents'
Psychosocial Adjustment

Chair: Tina M. Daniels

Chair: Julie C. Bowker
Discussant: Philip C. Rodkin


The Association Between Early Adolescent Liking
and Peer Nominations of Being Funny: Data from
Canada and Colombia
Ryan Adams, Jonathan Santo, Luz Lopez, Gina
Carmago, Shari Mayman, William Bukowski

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Does Humor Explain Why Relationally Aggressive
Adolescents are Popular?
Julie Bowker, Rebecca Etkin



The Costs and Benefits of Aggression Depend on
Whether Adolescents Have a Good Sense of Humor
Ernest Hodges, Kätlin Peets, Ryan Adams

136

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"I'm the Jealous Type": Exploring Underlying
Motivations for the Use of Social Aggression
Danielle Quigley, Tina Daniels, Christine Polihronis,
Katherine Magner

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Does it Feel Good to be Bad?: Predicting the
Emotional Experiences of Using Social Aggression
Katherine Magner, Tina Daniels, Danielle Quigley,
Christine Polihronis

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"We Don't Give A Damn About Her": Understanding
the Role of Motivational Goals and Peer Beliefs in
Endorsing Social Aggression
Christine Polihronis, Tina Daniels, Katherine Magner,
Danielle Quigley

(Event 2-040) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-042) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-040. Adolescent Sexual Health: The Role
of Parents, School, and Cultural Values

2-042. Cognitive, Dispositional, and Social
Determinants of Risky Behaviour in
Adolescence

Chair: Margreet de Looze
Discussant: Eva Goldfarb
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Chair: Kinga Morsanyi
Discussant: Valerie F. Reyna

Cultural Traditionalism, Age Norms for the Timing of
Sexual Initiation, and Adolescents' Early Sexual
Initiation in 18 European Countries
Aubrey Spriggs Madkour, Margreet de Looze, Ping
Ma, Carolyn Tucker Halpern, Tilda Farhat, Tom ter
Bogt, Virginie Ehlinger, Saoirse nic Gabhainn,
Candace Currie, Emmanuelle Godeau
Parent-Adolescent Sexual Communication and its
Association with Adolescent Sexual Behaviors in the
Netherlands
Margreet de Looze, Norm Constantine, Evelien
Vermeulen, Wilma Vollebergh
Factors Associated With Parental Support for
Condom Education and Availability in California
Brett Augsjoost, Norm Constantine, Petra Jerman

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Adolescents' risk-taking behaviour in decision
making tasks: Do probabilistic abilities matter?
Maria Anna Donati, Caterina Primi, Francesca Chiesi

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Risk-Taking Behavior in Best Friend Dyads:
Experimental and Self-Report Assessments
Erik de Water, William Burk, Antonius Cillessen,
Anouk Scheres

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Time perspectives and risk-taking in adolescents
from Children's Homes
Kinga Morsanyi, Erzsebet Fogarasi

(Event 2-043) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 2-041) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-043. New Frontiers in Studying Early Life
Adversity and Immune Responses Across
the Lifespan

2-041. Momentary, Daily, and Long-Term
Mood Variability and its Associations With
Adolescent Stress and Psychopathology

Chair: Lilly Shanahan
Discussant: Andrea Danese

Chair: Hans M. Koot
Discussant: Jennifer Silk
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Adolescent Internalizing/Externalizing Problems and
the Dynamics of Feelings
Hans Koot, Jan Hoeksma
Momentary and Day-to-day Associations Among
Adolescent Mood and Diurnal Salivary Alpha
Amylase
Leah Doane, Emily Thurston
The Influence of Mood Variability on the
Development of Generalized Anxiety in the Context
of the Parent-Adolescent Relationship
Dominique Maciejewski, Pol van Lier, Anna
Neumann, Susan Branje, Wim Meeus, Hans Koot

137

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Childhood Adversity and Immune Function:
Consideration of Timing of Adversity
Natalie Slopen, Katie McLaughlin, Laura Kubzansky,
Erin Dunn, Karestan Koenen

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Early Life Stress and Exposure to Stress Challenge
in Adulthood: Findings from Studies in Healthy Adults
Carpenter Linda, Cyrena Gawuga, Audrey Tyrka,
Lawrence Price

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Developmental Trajectories of C-reactive Protein
from Childhood to Adulthood: Implications for
Studying Linkages with Adversity?
Lilly Shanahan, William Copeland, Carol Worthman,
Erkanli Alaattin, Adrian Angold, Elizabeth Costello

(Event 2-044) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Friday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

2-044. Peers, parents, and maladjustment What role do genetic factors play?

(Event 2-046) Poster Session 7
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Tina Kretschmer
Discussant: James Snyder

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"I remember when you taught me that!" Children's
ability to accurately report on their own learning
Rhyannon Bemis, Michelle Leichtman, David
Pillemer

2

Self-Representations and Consistency as
Predictors of Children's Autobiographical Memory
Specificity
Brianna Piper, Michelle Comas, Kristin Valentino,
Amy Nuttall

3

Thematic Coherence of Children's Earliest Memory
Reports is Predicted by Past Parent-Child
Discussion of the Events
E. Rebekah Siceloff, Lynne Baker-Ward

4

The Effects of Exposure to Dynamic Expressions
of Affect on 5-Month-olds' Memory
Ross Flom, Rebecca Barton

5

The Effects of Similar and Dissimilar Codeable
Verbal Information in Pictures on Preschooler's
Performance while Playing a Picture Matching
Memory Game
Louis Manfra, Erin Harmeyer

6

Verbally Codeable Information in Pictures and
Preschoolers' Performance on a Picture Matching
Memory Game
Louis Manfra, Erin Harmeyer

7

Look at This! Infants' Selective Attention to
Reliable Visual Cues in the Presence of Salient
Distracters
Kristen Swan, Denis Mareschal, Natasha Kirkham

8

Cross-situational contextual cueing and search
efficiency in children
Joseph Burling, Hanako Yoshida

9

Precision of Visual Working Memory Predicts
Capacity Development
Vanessa Simmering

10

Do Children Represent Integrated Objects in
Visual Working Memory?
Vanessa Simmering

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MAOA Moderates Associations between Early
Experiences of Harsh Parenting and Childhood Peer
Victimization
Yvonne Whelan, Edward Barker
5-HTTLPR interacts with late childhood peer
rejection in the prediction of adolescent externalizing
problems
Tina Kretschmer, Miranda Sentse, Jan Kornelis
Dijkstra, René Veenstra
Gene-Environment Interplay in the Longitudinal Links
Between Peer Victimization and Somatic Symptoms
Mara Brendgen, Michel Boivin, Frank Vitaro, Ginette
Dionne, Daniel Pérusse

(Event 2-045) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

2-045. Governance and Finance of Early
Childhood Services in Low- and MiddleIncome Countries: Achieving Equity,
Access, and Quality
Chair: Pia R. Britto
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Governance and Finance of Early Childhood:
Achieving Equity, Access and Quality in Laos
People's Democratic Republic
Pia Britto

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Identifying and Improving Key Mechanisms of Early
Childhood Services in Cambodia: How Governance
and Finance Systems Affect Equity, Access and
Quality
Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Soojin Oh

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Early Childhood Development in Kenya: Governance
and Finance of National Policies and Services
Liliana Ponguta, Jan Ravens
Governance and Finance of Early Childhood
Development Services in Peru
Maria Reyes, Ana Nieto

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Once a mean guy, always a mean guy?: 10month-olds' behavioral expectations for consistent
and inconsistent social behaviors
Janine Gellerman, Conor Steckler, J. Kiley Hamlin

24

Assessing Continuity in Cognitive Development:
The Case of False-Belief Understanding
Mirjam Reiss, Katharina König, Horst Krist

25

Seeing it Your Way: Chimpanzees' and
Preschoolers' Performance in a Nonverbal Level 2
Perspective Taking Task
Katja Karg, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello

26

Gaze Contingent Habituation: If and How it
Works?
Jantina Bolhuis, Thorsten Kolling, Monika Knopf

27

New Windows into Children's Minds: Eye Gaze
and Pupillary Dilation
Darja Kotterba, Wolfgang Bartels, Claudia Wiese,
Henrike Fischer, Horst Krist

28

Children's Use of Testimony to Determine Reality
Status
Ansley Gilpin, Jacqueline Woolley, Brooke Schepp

29

Children's preference for biological motion is linked
to animate-inanimate categorization
Kristyn Wright, Diane Poulin-Dubois

30

Categorical Information Affects Infants'
Representations of Events: New Evidence from
Location-Binding Tasks
Maayan Stavans, Renée Baillargeon

Role of Spatial Activity Experience in Mental
Rotation Ability
Alina Nazareth, Asiel Herrera, Shannon Pruden

31

Nominal Realism as an Instance of Broader
Inherence-Based Reasoning
Shelbie Sutherland, Andrei Cimpian

Picturing Perspectives - The Development of
Perspective-Taking Abilities in 4- to 8-Year-Olds
Andrea Frick, Wenke Mohring, Nora Newcombe

32

Four- and Five-Year-Old Children's Euclidean
Constructs during Block and Brick Play
Daniel Ness, Stephen Farenga

Language Defies Logic? Indonesian Speakers
Remain Consistent with Their Naming Practice
When Confronted with Logical Fallacies
Florencia Anggoro

33

False Belief Understanding Relies on Working
Memory in Young Adults
Patricia Coburn, Daniel Bernstein, Reema
Jayakar, Allen Thornton, Wendy Thornton

Training Preschool Children on Angles Through
Mutual Exclusivity
Dominic Gibson, Eliza Congdon, Raedy Ping,
Susan Levine

34

The Role of Informants' Expertise in Children's
Epistemic Trust
Jonathan Lane, Paul Harris, Liao Cheng

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How Effective is Preschoolers' Sampling at
Supporting Their Learning?
Dhaya Ramarajan, Marjorie Rhodes, Chales
Kalish

11

The Role of Function Information for Infants'
Generalizations Within a Natural Pedagogy
Context
Johannes Baetz, Anne Scheel, Juliane Richert,
Birgit Traeuble

12

What Goes with What? Infants' Knowledge of
Gender in Faces and Bodies
Ashley Kangas, Alyson Hock, Nicole Zieber,
Ramesh Bhatt

13

Do infants interpret a direct reach and grasp of an
object as a goal-directed action?
Szilvia Biro, Serena Botterblom

14

Monitoring Others' Errors: An EEG Study With 8month-old Infants
Marlene Meyer, Harold Bekkering, Ricarda
Braukmann, Janny Stapel, Sabine Hunnius

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Actions Speak Louder than Looks: Coordinated
Activity Overrides Physical Appearance as a
Marker of Group Membership for Infants
Stephanie Sloane, Renée Baillargeon, David
Premack
Uncovering complex mappings in the acquisition of
spatial language
Kristen Johannes, Colin Wilson, Barbara Landau
Socioeconomic Differences in Parental Spatial
Language and its Relation with Children's
Performance in a Spatial Task
Maria del Rosario Maita, Olga Peralta

Do You Know What She Knows? Theory of Mind
in Homeless/ Highly Mobile Children
Erin Casey, Laura Supkoff, Julianna Sapienza,
Ann Masten

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The Joint Contribution of Reward Sensitivity and
Executive Function to Adolescent Risky DecisionMaking and Substance Use
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Nina Lauharatanahirun,
Julee Farley, Jeanette Walters, Kathleen
McLachlan, Pearl Chiu, Brooks King-Casas
Developmental and Individual Differences in
Framing Effects: Testing the Merits of Three
Theories of Risky Decision Making.
Hilde Huizenga, Bernd Figner, Anna van
Duijvenvoorde, Brenda Jansen
Effects of Peer Presence on Delay Discounting in
Late Adolescents: Replication Using an
Anonymous Peer Paradigm
Alexander Weigard, Dustin Albert, Ashley Smith,
Jason Chein, Laurence Steinberg

39

Temporal Discounting: The Relationship Between
Cognitive Abilities, Thinking Abilities, and RealWorld Outcomes
Alexandra Basile, Maggie Toplak

40

Linking Maternal Autonomy Support and Structure
to Hot and Cool Executive Function in 4-YearOlds
Josephine Kwon, Dianne Tolentino, Hui-Chin Hsu

41

Executive Function and Academic Achievement in
Preschool: Fixed Effects and Random Effects
Models
Robert Duncan, Megan McClelland, Alicia Miao,
Adam Branscum, Alan Acock

42

Childhood ERP Responses in Gambling Task
Predict Executive Function and Risk-Taking in Preadolescence
Madeline Harms, Andrew Meltzoff, Vivian Zayas,
Stephanie Carlson

43

A Show of Hands: Relations Between Young
Children's Gesturing and Executive Function
Gina O'Neill, Patricia Miller

44

Functional Changes in Frontal Regions Induced by
Training Executive Functions in Middle Childhood
M. Rosario Rueda, Pedro Paz-Alonso, Sonia
Guerra, Myriam Oliver, Manuel Carreiras

45

A Preliminary Exploration of the Types of Activities
that Relate to the Development of Executive
Function, Social Knowledge Complexity, and WellBeing in Children
Caitlin O'Connor, Monica Tsethlikai

46

The Linguistic Construction of Dramatic Play: A
Study in the Homes of Young Children from Two
Social Groups in Argentina
Maia Migdalek, Celia Rosemberg, Josefina Arrúe

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Young Children's Mental Images are Pictorial and
not Influenced by Top-Down Processes
Marina Wimmer, Katie Maras, Elizabeth Robinson

48

Measuring the Role of Inhibition in the
Representation of Pretend Object Substitutions
Christina Lavigne, Cristina Taylor, Jennifer Van
Reet, Alexandra Male, Katherine McNulty

49

Learning from pretense: Is pretend play an
effective pedagogical tool?
Emily Hopkins, Rebecca Dore, Angeline Lillard

50

Infants' Understanding of Pretend Play With
Imaginary Objects
Su-hua Wang, Jeffrey Warshaw, Shinchieh Duh

51

Unmet Needs of Twins with Special Needs:
Diagnoses Challenges, Services, and Sibling
Relationships
Vanessa Harris, Nancy Segal, Nydia Mendez,
Ashlyn Douthitt

52

Cultural Validation of the Content of a Chilean Test
(in Construction) for the Developmental
Assessment of Children Aged 0-6 Years old
Marcela Pardo, Iván Armijo

53

Intercountry Adoption of Children with Special
Needs: Sufficiency of Identification and Pre- and
Post-Placement Services
Jessica Matthews, Ellen Pinderhughes, Georgia
Deoudes

54

An Exploration of Imitation Recognition Behaviors
in Typically Developing Children and Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Natalie Berger, Brooke Ingersoll

55

Communication Growth in Minimally Verbal
Children With Autism
Charlotte Mucchetti, Kelly Goods, Kathryne
Krueger, Connie Kasari

56

Is Reduced Attention to the Eyes a Characteristic
of Autism and the Broader Autism Phenotype?
Phoebe Novack, Kristen Gillespie-Lynch, Jane
Lee, Rebecca Elias, Paola Escudero, Ted Hutman,
Scott Johnson

57

Spontaneous Mimicry: Reflection of Facial
Expression in Children with Autism
Alexis Merculief, Beverly Wilson, Haley Miller,
Rachel Murray

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Amygdala-Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex
Connectivity at Rest and Amygdala Habituation to
Faces in Autism Spectrum Disorders
Francisco Velasquez, Johnna Swartz, Jillian
Wiggins, Scott Peltier, Robert Welsh, Catherine
Lord, Christopher Monk
Knowing what to do: The role of social knowledge
in social deficits among youth with autism
spectrum disorders
Matthew Lerner, Amori Mikami
Implementation Fidelity of Naturalistic
Communication Strategies: Early Intervention
Providers, Parents, and Teachers
Kathryn Bigelow, Dale Walker, Jane Atwater,
Joyce Shontz, Emily Meyer, Sean Stacey, Meghan
Ecker
Parental Recognition and Response to
Developmental Delays in Young Children Malaysian Perspectives
Jennifer Marshall, Elizabeth Doone
The Co-Venture project: A Cluster-Randomised
Trial Investigating the Effects of Selective
Intervention on Adolescent Cognitive Development
and Addiction
Maite Aguado, Aïssata Sako, Maeve O'LearyBarrett, Patricia Conrod

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Time Does Not Heal All Wounds: Trauma-Focused
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with School-Aged
Children in Toronto, Canada
Sheila Konanur, Robert Muller

69

Research with Child Disaster Survivors: ChildReported Levels of Participation-Related Distress
Erin Hambrick, Cassidy Carpenter

70

Inflammation and the Development of
Psychopathology: Gene-Environment Interactions
of C-Reactive Protein, Maltreatment, and PTSD
Adrienne VanZomeren-Dohm, Dante Cicchetti

71

Maintenance of Traumatic Symptoms and
Development of Psychopathology in War-Affected
Ugandan Youth
Kathryn Hecht, Peter Ralston, Nicki Crick, Dante
Cicchetti

72

Temperament Attributes, Parent-Child Interaction
Factors, and Behavior Problems in the US and
Germany.
Conny Kirchhoff, Masha Garstein, Austin Brekke,
Eva Cress

73

Relationships in Early Childhood Predict
Callousness, Remorselessness, and
Unemotionality in Adolescence
Anne Stright

63

Sex-specific Impact of Kindergarten Social
Problems on the Escalation of Behavioural
Problems Across Childhood
Marieke Buil, Pol van Lier, Hans Koot

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Emotional biases, personality and psychological
problems in an adolescent sample.
Maeve O'Leary-Barrett, Robert Pihl, Patricia
Conrod, Patricia Conrod

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An Examination of the Developmental Pathways
Model for Oppositional Defiant Disorder in a Twin
Sample
Debra Boeldt, Soo Rhee, Robin Corley, Susan
Young, John Hewitt

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The Role of Positive Cognitive Schemas in the
Well-Being of Youth
Rachel Tomlinson, Margaret Lumley, Jennine
Rawana

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Cognitive and Interactional Variables Mediate the
Association Between Adolescent Oppositional
Behaviors and Parenting Stress
Christine Steeger, Dawn Gondoli, Rebecca
Morrissey, Bradley Gibson

Parent maltreatment experience and child
maladjustment: The role of parent depression and
self esteem
Diana Riser, Gregory Longo, Jungmeen KimSpoon

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Mutual Sharing of Trauma and Loss Narratives
Increases Perceptions of Peers' Trustworthiness
Heather Close, Stevie Grassetti, Ariel Williamson,
Joanna Herres, Roger Kobak

Latent Transition Analysis of Resilience and
PTSD: a Longitudinal Study Among Adolescents
After a Catastrophic Earthquake
Shijian Chen, Fang Fan

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Effects of an 11-week equine facilitated learning
program on child stress and coping
Stephanie Roeter, Patricia Pendry

Negative Peer Relationships and Academic
Failures as Predictors of Depressive Symptoms in
Early Adolescence
Alexandra Cram, David Schwartz, Mylien Duong

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Latent Classes of Stressful Life Events and
Adolescent Adjustment: A Two-Year Longitudinal
Study
Chengfu Yu, Wei Zhang, Jieting Zhang, Yuanhao
Zheng, Yanzhen Zhang, Huiling Li

80

The Interactive Effects of Child Maltreatment and
the FKBP5-Gene on Dissociative Symptoms
Fatima Tuba Yaylaci, Okan Bulut, Fred Rogosch,
Dante Cicchetti

81

Long-Term Influence of Teacher's and Mother's
Misperceptions of Abilities on Children's SelfBeliefs and Achievement
N. Sorhagen

82

Effects of Life Skills Training Program on
Adolescent Girls' Self-Esteem, Communication
Skills, and Academic Success in Turkey
Asiye Kumru, Gizem Arikan

83

Teacher Characteristics That Play a Role in the
Language, Literacy and Math Development of Dual
Language Learners
Rica Ramirez, Lisa Lopez, John Ferron

84

Academic Gains From Instruction on Patterning
Robert Pasnak, Julie Kidd, Marinka Gadzichowski,
Deb Gallington, Claudia Lopez, Katrina Schmerold

85

Boosting High-Risk Kindergartners' Quantitative
Vocabulary Through Storybook Reading
Brenna Hassinger-Das, Nancy Jordan

91

Teacher and Teacher Aide Agreement:
Associations with Observed Disruptive Behavior in
Preschool
Catherine Sanger, Amanda Williford

92

Do Teacher Behaviors and Classroom
Characteristics Predict Students' Problem
Behaviors in High School Classrooms?
Anne Cash, Katrina Debnam, Catherine Bradshaw

93

Contextual Characteristics and Learning for Young
Children
Malinda Colwell, Kimberly Corson, Torey Griggs,
Nora Phillips, Debbie Neckles

94

Head Start Teachers' Reflections on Cultural
Identity and the Role of Culture in the Classroom
Pooja Vadehra, Anurika Ejimofor, Danielle Crosby,
Karen LaParo, C. Payne, Alethea Rollins

95

Recommendations for Teachers' Developmentally
Appropriate Practices: A Content Analysis of Child
Development Textbooks
Teresa McDevitt, Chelsie Hess, Ryan Browning

96

Head Start's Early Learning Mentor Coach
Initiative: Developing a Professional Development
Model to Support Teachers
Eboni Howard, Victoria Rankin, Laura Hawkinson,
Michael Fishman, Sharon McGroder, Fiona Helsel,
Jonathan Farber

97

Fathers' Home Learning Environment Practices
and Their Relations to Maternal Practices and
Child Outcomes
Tricia Foster, Laura Froyen, Kalli Decker, Lori
Skibbe, Ryan Bowles

86

Mathematics Achievement in Kindergarten: The
Joint Effects of Mothers' and Teachers' Language
Kesha Hudson, Jennifer Coffman, Peter Ornstein

87

Training Early Numeracy Skills in Preschool and
Kindergarten Children: An iPad Pilot Study
Anna Matejko, H. Moriah Sokolowski, Daniel
Ansari

98

Age 4 Predictors of Age 5 Academic Achievement:
A Multi-Domain Model of Family and Child Effects
John Lavigne, Joyce Hopkins, Karen Gouze,
Susan LeBailley, Fred Bryant

88

Patterns in childcare arrangements among lowincome families during the first 36 months
Alison Wishard Guerra, Allison Fuligni, Dana
Nelson

99

Maternal Knowledge and the Relation between
Age-Appropriate Stimulation and Children's
Developmental Level
Grace Donnalley, David MacPhee

89

The Quality of Caregiver-Child Interactions in
Different Types of Child Care Groups, Measured
with the CIP-Scales
Katrien O. W. Helmerhorst, J. Marianne RiksenWalraven, Renée E. L. de Kruif, Mirjam Gevers
Deynoot-Schaub, Ruben Fukkink, Louis. W. C.
Tavecchio

100

Motivation predicts reading growth and selfregulation predicts math growth in preschool
Amanda Berhenke

101

Interest Differentiation and Educational Aspirations
Among Twelfth Grade Students
Alanna Epstein

Infants in Child Welfare: Access to Early Care and
Education Centers Participating in Quality Rating
Improvement Systems.
Laura Dinehart, MaryAnne Ullery, Lynne Katz

102

Your Brain, Yourself!: Understanding the Mindsets
of Children
Brea Kelsey, Toi Sin Arvidsson, Jeffrey Cookston,
Vanessa Calavano

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Assessing Achievement Goal Orientation During
Middle Childhood: A Rasch Analysis
Travis Wilson, Chanjin Zheng

104

Immigrant School-Based Family Involvement and
Teacher Expectations Trajectories
Selcuk Sirin, Patrice Ryce

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115

Parenting Workplace Climate and Parenting Styles
of Mothers and Fathers in urban China
Sungwon Kim, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Xinyin Chen,
Niobe Way

116

Parent-Teacher Communication and Adjustment
Problems in Middle Childhood
Shayla Richards, Wendy Hoglund

Parental Imitation; A Cross Cultural Look at
Parents Imitating Their Infants' Sounds and
Gestures
Ameneh Shahaeian

117

Designing Online Content to Involve Parents in
School-Based Prevention Programming
Mary Shuttlesworth, Sabrina Shah, Kate Flynn,
David Schultz, Jennifer Betkowski

The Moderating Role of Maternal Verbal Sensitivity
in Linking Attachment Security with Preschoolers'
Social Competence
Hillary Mi-Sung Kim, Judith Baer

118

The Relationship between Parental Attributions
and Children's Behaviors at School
Rebecca Frick, Tsu-Ming Chiang, Megan Costo,
John Kim, Elizabeth Hatzispiros, Kaylee Fiorello,
Amanda Brown

119

Maternal depression as a source of discrepancy
between objective and subjective sleep measures
in young children
Marie-Ève Bélanger, Annie Bernier, Valérie
Simard, Julie Carrier

120

Parental Monitoring and Child Disclosure in
Everyday Family Life
Delana Parker, Rena Repetti

121

Noncompliance Is in the Eye of the Beholder: The
Impact of a Stress Manipulation on Maternal
Perceptions of Child Noncompliance
Sarah Rabbitt

122

Encouragement of Leadership: From Adolescence
to Early Adulthood
Pamella Oliver, Diana Guerin, Rebecca Reichard,
Anthony Rodriguez, Laura Wray-Lake, Allen
Gottfried, Adele Gottfried

Technology Use and Preference by Low-Income
Parents of Young Children: Demographic Patterns
and Implications for Intervention
Taren Swindle, Leanne Whiteside-Mansell, Wendy
Ward, Patti Bokony, Dawn Pettit

123

Reciprocal Associations between Parenting
Behaviors and Young Children's Cognitive
Development across Four Ethnic Groups in the
U.S
Young-Hee Park, Ithel Jones

Promoting Parental Health-Literacy Through the
Parents as Teachers Home Visiting Program:
Preliminary Parent and Child Outcomes
Nicole Thomson, Karen Guskin, Kate McGilly,
Sandra Smith

124

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Parenting
Program for Parents of Adolescents
Joanna Ting Wai Chu, Pat Bullen, Susan P
Farruggia, Cassandra Dittman, Matthew Sanders

125

An Actor-Partner Analysis of Maternal and
Paternal Behavior: Links to Child Emotion
Regulation Skills
Kyle Murdock, Nicole Holmberg, M. Lovejoy

107

Sibling Placement in Child Welfare to Adjustment
in Young Adulthood
Sabrina Peterson, Tuppett Yates

108

Predicting Young Adolescents' Self-Conceptions
from Family Relationships
Alison Pike, Tina Kretschmer

109

Preventing Sibling Squabbles from Spiraling Out of
Control
Laurie Kramer, Denise Kennedy

110

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Assessing the Validity of the Family Support Scale
with Black Head Start Families: Parental Ethnicity
and Gender Matter
Linnie Wright, Christine McWayne, Jacqueline
Mattis, Elise Harris
What are They Thinking About Me? ParentingRelated Perceived Stigma Amongst Mothers of
Children With and Without Disabilities
Sara Rosenblum-Fishman, Laurel Wainwright

Do fathering behaviors moderate the impact of
compulsory paternal leave on child outcomes in
Norway?
Kristin Nordahl, David DeGarmo

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Does an Adaptation of Group Triple P Enhance the
Engagement and Program Effectiveness for Both
Fathers and Mothers?
Tenille Frank, Louise Keown, Cassandra Dittman,
Matthew Sanders

127

Exploring Predictors of Paternal Responsiveness
and Encouragement.
Amanda Hagman, Lisa Boyce, Gina Cook, Lori
Roggman, Sheila Anderson

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129

Parental Boundary Dissolution Moderates the
Impact of Preschoolers' Caregiving Behaviors
Tamar Khafi, Zuleyma Acevedo, Kareen Sanchez,
Tuppett Yates
Adolescents' Daily Provision of Emotional Support
to Their Parents
Kim Tsai, Andrew Fuligni

130

Coparenting alliance: Links to child cognitive and
behavioral development in early childhood
Marie Deschênes, Annie Bernier

131

Changing the Topic: Maternal Post-Traumatic
Stress Symptoms and Mother-Child
Communication About Child Cancer
Lexa Murphy, Erin Rodriguez, Teddi Zuckerman,
Cynthia Gerhardt, Kathryn Vannatta, Megan
Saylor, Bruce Compas

132

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136

The Effects of Single Parenting on Distress and
Coping in Children with Cancer
Janet Yarboi, Heather Bemis, Erin Rodriguez,
Madeleine Dunn, Cynthia Gerhardt, Kathryn
Vannatta, Bruce Compas
The Enduring Influence of Attachment on Physical
Health
Jennifer Puig, Michelle Englund, W. Collins, Jeffry
Simpson
Testing an Adaptation of the Family Check-Up to
Promote Sleep, Physical Activity, and Emotion
Regulation Skills among Emerging Adolescents
Flannery O'Rourke, Stephanie Sitnick, Daniel
Shaw, Roger Potersnak, Cathy Scott, Kelly Martin,
Ronald Dahl, Dana Rofey, Anne Gill, Tina
Goldstein
INTERVENTION PROMOTION STRATEGIES
FOR PREVENTIVE HEALTH AMONG FORMAL
SCHOOL LEARNERS IN KENYA
Noel Malanda
The MOM Program: Home Visiting in Partnership
with Pediatric Care
Jerilynn Radcliffe, Donald Schwarz

144

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Complexities in Mapping Spatial Terms Onto
Spatial Referents: The Case of Between
Dimitrios Skordos, Megan Johanson, Anna
Papafragou

139

Statistical Learning Support Lexical Development
in 16-20-Month-Old Infants
Amber Shoaib, Jill Lany

140

Pretend play longitudinally predicts narrative skills
across the first 6 months of formal schooling.
Evan Kidd, Karen Stagnitti

141

Narrative Elaboration and Latino Children's School
Readiness Skills
Gigliana Melzi, Silvia Niño, Adina Schick, Javanna
Obregón

142

Making it Personal: Picture Book Reading to 9Month-Old Infants by Parents in the U.S. and in
Taiwan
Shinchieh Duh, Su-hua Wang

143

"If you don't pick a berry, you don't eat a berry":
Children engaging with cultural features of oral
traditions from Indigenous communities in Canada
through story re-tellings and creative stories
James Allen, Christopher Lalonde

144

When Background Information Matters: 2.5-YearOlds' Interpretation of German auch (‘too') and
nochmal (‘again')
Frauke Berger, Nausicaa Pouscoulous

145

Predictors of figurative and pragmatic language
development
Elisabeth Whyte, Keith Nelson

146

Pragmatic Language Use, Inhibitory Control, and
Attention in Typically Developing Preschoolers
Ami Rints, Tara McAuley, Elizabeth Nilsen

147

Preschoolers learn labels from expedient actors
without requiring evidence of linguistic competence
Maria Vazquez, Megan Saylor, Stephen
Killingsworth

148

Is He Flooping or Wuzzing? Novel Verb
Generalization Strategies of Preschool Children
Rita Pruzansky, Alan Kersten, Julie Earles

149

Under, Over, and in Between: General Vocabulary
Comprehension is Linked to Preposition
Comprehension
Megan Johanson, Haruka Konishi, Aimee Stahl,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

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Measuring Children's eBook Learning via iPad as
Compared to Preferential Looking
Arum Han, George Hollich

151

Story Enactment Enhances Language Acquisition
in English Language Learning Kindergarteners
Ann Kruger, Judy Orton, Rebecca Bays

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153

Bilingualism, Orthography and Self-Esteem: How
Children Learning to Read and Write in Welsh and
English View Themselves
Nia Young, Enlli Thomas, Jean Ware
The Importance of Cognition on the Language
Development of Bilingual Children
Myriam Lindo, Lisa Lopez

154

Sampling in Developmental Science: Situations,
Shortcomings, and Solutions
Diane Putnick, Marc Bornstein, Justin Jager

155

Parental Assessment of Child Development in
Large Scale Surveys: Evidence of Convergent
Validity for the EDI in Latin America
Camila Fernandez, Raquel Bernal, Ximena Pena

156

Two machine learning approaches for identifying
vulnerable communities from early childhood
development outcomes
Hollis Lai, Vijaya Krishnan

157

Young Children Value Loyalty to the Group
Antonia Misch, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter

158

Constructing Moral Agency in Mother-Child
Conversations About Harm and Help: Recognizing
Others' Emotions, Needs, and Thoughts
Stacia Bourne, Holly Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb,
Monisha Pasupathi

159

"He was Wrong but...": Mothers' Attributions of
Their Children's Harmful and Helpful Behaviors
Jessica Robinson, Holly Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb

160

Secure and Insecure Attachment's Effect on Virtue
Expression
Justin Westbrook, Sarah Schnitker

161

Sitting Infants Reduce Sway Velocity in Response
to Visual Task-Demands
Laura Claxton, Elise Leung, Jennifer Strasser,
Kathleen O'Brien, Joong Hyun Ryu

162

Stop, drop, and crawl: Toddlers select locomotor
strategies based on overhead clearance
David Comalli, Karen Adolph

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An Overlooked Milestone: Is Age of Sitting
Foundational in Predicting Age of Onset of ProtoDeclarative Pointing?
Warren Eaton, Debra Lall

164

Free-Viewing Gaze Behavior in Infants and Adults
John Franchak, David Heeger, Uri Hasson, Karen
Adolph

165

Social Gaze During Learning Opportunities in
Typical and Atypical Development
David Benjamin, Ann Mastergeorge, Randi
Hagerman, Leonard Abbeduto

166

Early- and late-bloomers: The longitudinal relation
between personality types and adolescent sexual
development
Laura Baams, Geertjan Overbeek, Judith Dubas,
Marcel van Aken

167

Positive and Negative Perceived Consequences of
First Intercourse in Mexican Adolescents
Sara Vasilenko, Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez,
Linda Halgunseth

168

Patterns of Sexual Behavior in Adolescence: A
Latent Class Approach
Sara Vasilenko, Kari Kugler, Nicole Butera,
Stephanie Lanza

169

Risk Factors Differentiating Female Adolescents'
Sexual Exploitation Status in South Korea
Yoon Young Kwak, Hae Youn Choi, Joomi Bae

170

Adolescent Popularity and Prosocial Behavior:
Behavior Intentions to Tough and Model Peers
Tessa Lansu, Antonius Cillessen

171

Within- and Between-Clique Status Effects on
Relational Aggression in Childhood and Early
Adolescence
Megan Kinal, Lynne Zarbatany, Lisa Boyko,
Wendy Ellis, Xinyin Chen

172

Perceived Influence of Close Friends, Well-Liked
Peers, and Popular Peers: Reputational or
Personal Influence?
Kyongboon Kwon, A. Lease

173

Behind the Screen: Exploring Predictors of Social
and Work-Related Screen Use during
Adolescence
Syeda Saeed, Sydney Black, Allison Frost,
Lindsay Hoyt, Sasha Jones, Mollie McQuillan,
Heather Mirous, Danielle Rosenberg, Kendra
Alexander, Michael Sladek, Emma Adam

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A Comprehensive Approach to Measuring Peer
Social Competence: Examining its Role in Head
Start Children's Academic Readiness
Tracy Carter, Rebecca Bulotsky-Shearer

185

The Friendship-Related Values, Beliefs, and
Behaviors of Children Who Are Lonely Despite
Having Friends
Shea Kelly, Julie MacEvoy

175

Collaboration Elicits Equal Sharing in 2-year-old
Children
Julia Ulber, Katharina Hamann, Michael Tomasello

186

176

Child's Sociability, Positive Interactive Acts, and
Language Developmental Level as Predictors of
Teacher-Child Mutuality
Jihyun Sung

What Would My Friends and Teachers Do?
Perceptions of Bystander Behavior as Longitudinal
Predictors of Bullying Behavior
Benjamin Glueck, Charles Borgen, Jenny Isaacs,
Rona Novick

187

Facebook Deactivation: Frequency and Associated
Factors Among College Students
Bradley Kerr, Lauren Kacvinsky, Megan Moreno

Methods of the Weak: Cyber-AggressionBystander Behavior
Rachel Tillery, Robert Cohen, Katianne Howard
Sharp, Gabrielle Banks, Mindi Stuart

188

Affiliative Subgroup Bias on Children's Social
Behavior and Friendship Choices in Preschool
Peer Groups
António Santos, João Daniel, Inês Peceguina,
Ligia Monteiro, Brian Vaughn

Be Kind to One Another: An Historical Content
Analysis of Verbal Interactions in Children's
Television
Colleen Russo, Abigail Dye, Zoe Ashmead, Gina
Dow

189

To Share, or Not To Share? The Development of
Problem Disclosure on Facebook
Megan Golonka, Alissa Wigdor, Martha Putallaz

Typically Developing Children's Behavior toward
Peers with Disabilities
Jungwon Eum, Yanjie Long, Soo-Young Hong

190

Examining Degree of Prototypicality as a Predictor
of Children's Influence Strategies
Brittany Whipple, A. Lease

191

The Effects of Peer Victimization: Coping and Selfefficacy as Protective Factors?
Aurelie Weinstein, Esther Malm, Schell Hufstetler,
Christopher Henrich, Kristen Varjas, Joel Meyers

192

Peer Victimization and Depressive Symptoms:
Comparison of European-American Children and
Asian-American Children
Kathaleen Hoemberg, Wan-Ling Tseng, Nicki
Crick

193

Peer Victimization and Rule Breaking Behavior
Among Adolescents: The Moderating Role of Peer
Social Support
John Cooley, Paula Fite, Sonia Rubens, Michelle
Hendrickson, Angela Tunno

194

Can you Tell who I am? Neuroticism and
Presentation of the Ideal and False Selves on
Facebook
Minas Michikyan, Kaveri Subrahmanyam

195

The Winding Road to Autonomy: 7-15 Year-Olds'
Use of Private and Public Transportation to School
and Spare-Time Activities
J. Gowert Masche, Camilla Siotis

196

The Role of Metacognition in Adolescent
Perfectionism
Amanda Sironic, Robert Reeve

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184

Changes in Friendship Network Properties during
Early Adolescence: Comparisons between
students in Middle Schools versus K8 Schools
Huiyoung Shin, Allison Ryan
PATTERNS OF BEST FRIENDSHIP AND
PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTMENT IN YOUNG
ADOLESCENTS
Miguel Freitas, João Correia, Eulália Fernandes,
Olivia Ribeiro, António Santos, Kenneth Rubin
The Evolving Relationship between Self-Esteem
and Friendship Quality: A Developmental
Approach
Kendra Burnett, Katelyn Skinner, Robert Padgett
Grouping internalizing syndromes and their
interpersonal sequelae: A cluster analytic
approach
Ethan Rothstein, Hannah Ford, Karim Assous,
Jennifer Sauve, Douglas Nangle
The influence of attachment quality to mother and
father on children's Low Social Engagement
behaviors during pre-school
Ligia Monteiro, Tania Sousa, António Santos,
Manuela Veríssimo, Nuno Torres, Jordana
Cardoso, Brian Vaughn

146

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Differences in Attention in Fearful Children: a
Comparison of Dysregulated and Normative FearExpression Profiles
Santiago Morales, Rebecca Brooker, Koraly
Perez-Edgar, Kristin Buss

198

Effects of Maternal Emotion Regulation on Infant
Negativity: Direct and Indirect Effects through
Maternal Internalizing Problems
Erin Shishilla, Anastasia Skowron, Elliott Ihm,
Nicole Burt, Lauren Rodman, Jonathan Lopez,
David Bridgett

199

Infant temperament and maternal feeding style
predict timing of introduction to solid foods
Allison Doub, Kameron Moding, Cynthia Stifter

200

The Role of Temperament and Parenting
Behaviors in Infants' Acceptance of New Foods
Kameron Moding, Cynthia Stifter

201

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205

Main and Interactive Effects of Mother-Child
Negative Emotion Reminiscing and Child Gender
on Children's Coping Strategies
Rebecca Goodvin, Parisa Emam, Alexa Hamilton
Teacher Socialization of Emotions the Preschool
Classroom
Susanne Denham, Hideko Bassett, Craig Bailey,
Katherine Zinsser, Naomi Watanabe, Nicole Fettig
Investigation on developing interpersonal gratitude
scale and relationship gratitude with psychosocial
adjustment in Japanese children
Takeshi Fujiwara, Tatsuya Murakami, Takuma
Nishimura, Yoshikazu Hamaguchi, Shigeo Sakurai
The Influence of Child Age on Early Childhood
Teachers' Modeling of Emotions
Kayley Sulllivan, Aryanne de Silva, Samantha
Plourde, Susanne Denham, Timothy Curby
Middle and High-school: Racial and Gender
Considerations for Protective Factors over Three
Years
Jenny Glozman, Susan Chuang, Effat Ghassemi,
Hui Xu, MIles McNall

206

Contingent Self-Worth, Self-Esteem, and
Depression Among Chinese Adolescents
Li Chen, Meagan Patterson, David Hansen

207

Self-Esteem and Future Orientation as Predictors
of Risk Engagement among Adolescents
Danielle Jackman, David MacPhee

208

Observations of young children's emotions and
regulation strategies: Links with problem behaviors
Gabriela Roman, Rosie Ensor, Claire Hughes

147

209

Haplotypes Matter: Evidence from DAT1-Parenting
Interactions in Predicting Childhood Effortful
Control
Yi Li, Michael Sulik, Nancy Eisenberg, Tracy
Spinrad, Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant, Daryn Stover,
Brian Verrelli

210

Children's Perceptions of Emotion Regulation
Strategy Effectiveness: Emotional Context, Age,
and Gender Differences
Sara Waters, Ross Thompson

211

Examining the Transactional Relations Among
Children's Regulation, Emotion Understanding,
and Relationship Quality with Non-Parental
Caregivers
Kassondra Silva, Tracy Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg,
Alison Edwards, Natalie Eggum

212

Clarity in the Eye of the Storm: Trait Self-Control
Buffers Adolescents' Reactivity to Daily Stress
Brian Galla, Jeffrey Wood

213

The Effects of Violence Exposure on Subjective
Adulthood Among Ethnically Diverse 18 to 25 Year
Olds
Scott Van Lenten, Amy Roberts

214

Adolescent Interpersonal Stress and Text
Messaging: Implications for Burnout and Sleep
Problems
Karla Murdock

215

A Developmental Perspective on Preference of
Coping Strategies: A Multidimensional Unfolding
Analysis
Cody Ding

216

Changes in Maternal Sensitivity Are Accompanied
by Parallel Shifts in Disorganization in Adolescent
and Adult Samples
Paul Meinz, Jodi Martin, Heidi Bailey, David
Pederson, Greg Moran

217

Attachment and Mothers' Reflections on the
Mental Processes of Their Two Children
Kathleen O'Connor, Kathleen Smith, Greg Moran

218

Attachment during Adolescence: An Examination
of Change Over Time and Individual Differences
Holly Ruhl, Elaine Dolan, Duane Buhrmester

Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

8

(Event 2-047) U.S. Federal Agency Poster Group
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

An Examination of Early Maternal Elaborative
Conversational Style and Children's Later
Independent Autobiographical Narratives
Hillary Langley, Jennifer Coffman, Jennifer
Bohanek, Amy Hedrick, Peter Ornstein

9

Proactive and Retroactive Interference Effects in
Memory Development
Kevin Darby, Vladimir Sloutsky

10

‘Self-Generation' is the Key to False Memory
Priming Success Over a Retention Interval
Samantha Wilkinson, Mark Howe

11

Infant emotion coping strategy moderates the
relation between maternal stress and infant cortisol
levels
Jennifer Khoury, Ashley Steinhauer, Andrea
Gonzalez, Robert Levitan, Mario Masellis,
Vincenzo Basile, Leslie Atkinson

12

Attachment, Temperament, Sleep Quality, and
Diurnal Cortisol at 12 Months
Lauren Philbrook, Alexia Hozella, Douglas Teti

13

Children's Diurnal Cortisol Patterns in School
Context: The Moderating Effects of Academic
Achievement
Li Wang, Wenling Liu

14

Maternal Influence on Toddler Cognitive
Development: Genetic and Epigenetic Factors
Carol Cheatham, Mihai Niculescu, Daniel Lupu

15

Evidence for Sex Differences in MAOA by
Maternal Sensitivity Interaction in the Prediction of
Anger Proneness at 14 Months
Andrew Pickles, Helen Jones, Jonathan Hill, Helen
Sharp

16

What Changes from Kindergarten to Middle
School? Continuous and Novel Genetic and
Environmental Influences on Reading
Development
Brooke Soden-Hensler, Stephen Petrill

17

The Etiology of the Relationship Between Spatial
Ability and Math Achievement
Sarah Lukowski, Lee Thompson, Stephen Petrill

18

Communicating with your Baby Scale (CBS): A
measure of maternal language output to the fetus
Maria Hernandez-Reif, April Kendrick, Ashley
Dobbins-Stewart

19

Prenatal Environment in Relation to Infant Sensory
Processing Patterns
Micah Mammen, Ginger Moore, Laura Scaramella,
David Reiss, Daniel Shaw, Leslie Leve, Jenae
Neiderhiser

Please refer to Event 1-046 for the full listing of Federal
Agency Posters.

Friday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am

(Event 2-048) Poster Session 8
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am
1

Attention Shifting in Infants with Fragile X
Syndrome; Investigating the Brain's Orienting
Network
Emily Owen, Susan Rivera

2

Infant Interest: Patterns of Gaze in the Face-toFace/Still-Face Paradigm
Whitney Mattson, Lorraine Bahrick, James Todd,
Wendy Stone, Beatrice Beebe, Nicole Danielle
Yee-Nicholson, Daniel Messinger

3

Shifting Ability Predicts Math and Reading
Performance in Children: A Meta-Analytical Study
Nihal Yeniad, Maike Malda, Judi Mesman, Marinus
van IJzendoorn

4

Executive Function and Counterfactual Reasoning:
All Counterfactual Tasks are not the Same
Nicole Guajardo, Kandi Turley-Ames, Alexis Pham

5

Derivation of a behavioral executive functioning
screener in preschoolers using a latent variable
approach
Justin Karr, Mauricio Garcia-Barrera, Kimberly
Kerns, Ulrich Mueller, Ida Sue Baron, Fern Litman

6

Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative?
Children's expectations about the effectiveness of
evidence selection in a pedagogical context
Bridget Moynihan, Chris Lawson

7

The selfish learner: Advantages of applying a selfreferential approach to children's learning
Sheila Cunningham, David Turk

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Does prenatal stress and anxiety predict infant
habituation to a stressor?
Roseriet Beijers, Carolina de Weerth

21

Evidence for Cross-Cultural and Cross-Domain
Differences in Children's Imitation Strategies
Joern Klinger, Colin Bannard

22

Three-year-olds Overimitate when Actions are
Presented as Conventions
Kathleen Merwin, Valerie Kuhlmeier, Mark
Sabbagh

23

Two-Year-Olds' Social Learning of a Prosocial Act
Meghan Donohue, Erin Tully, Rebecca Williamson

24

The Fine Print of Infant ERPs: The Influence of
Trial-Number Variations on Components
Manuela Stets, Mike Burt, Vincent Reid

25

Correlations Between Hierarchical Processing
Styles and Play Behavior Among Typical Infants
Jennifer Gibson, J. Steven Reznick

33

Moral Judgment: Evidence for Generalizability and
Connections to Second-Order Theory of Mind
Understanding
Wen Xiao, Genyue Fu, Melanie Killen, Kang Lee

34

When is medicine most effective? Children's
beliefs about how dosage variations and pain of
delivery impact outcome
Kristi Lockhart, Frank Keil, Matthew Roth, Sara
Watchko, Philip Langthorne

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The Impact of Agent Information on Judgments of
Artifact Function
Jonathan Kominsky, Konika Banerjee, Madhawee
Fernando, Frank Keil

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Biological Explanations in Parent-Child Storybook
Reading
Megan Geerdts, Vivian Kim, Gretchen Van de
Walle

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Self-Concept and Future-Oriented Thinking
Christine Coughlin, Simona Ghetti

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Preschoolers' actions impact their
conceptualizations of counting principles
Rebecca Boncoddo, Deanna Boucher, Jennifer
Cannella, James Dixon

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How Optimistic are Young Children? New
Individual Difference Measures for Children Ages 5
to 10
Christi Bamford, Kristin Lagattuta

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Children's Understanding of Logical and
Conventional Counting Rules: A Longitudinal
Study
Ana Escudero, Purificación Rodríguez, Oliva Lago,
Cristina Dopico, Irene Solbes

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Young Children's Ability to Plan Ahead: Evidence
from Future Thinking and Aspectuality Tasks
Gill Waters

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Influence of Bilingual Language Dominance on
Resilient Perseveration on the Dimensional
Change Card Sort Task
Carolina Garcia, Anthony Dick

41

Comparative Self-Speech and Gross Motor Task
Completion Strategy among Preschool Children
Christina Squires, Louis Manfra, Erin Harmeyer

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The Longitudinal Association between Strategic
Videogames, Problem Solving Skills, and
Academic Marks
Paul Adachi, Teena Willoughby

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The Role of Predictive Inferences in Narrative
Comprehension for Children with ADHD
Angela Hayden, Jessica Van Neste, Cristina
Cosoreau, Richard Milich, Elizabeth Lorch

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When What you Hear and What you See Don't
Always Agree: Children's Social and Causal
Inferences From Conflicting Sources
Sophie Bridgers, Daphna Buchsbaum, Elizabeth
Seiver, Alison Gopnik, Tom Griffiths

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Numerical Cognition in Primary School Children
Investigated with the Change Detection Paradigm
Karolien Smets, Titia Gebuis, Emmy Defever, Bert
Reynvoet
Ten Year Old's Numerical Stroop Performance: Is
it linked to Mathematics Achievement?
Tracy Solomon, Shannon Gervan, Rosemary
Tannock, Bruce Ferguson
Block play: Parental input predicts preschoolers'
numeracy competence
Joanne Lee, Donna Kotsopoulos, Joanna
Zambrzycka
A longitudinal study of morally relevant Theory of
Mind in German preschool children
Beate Sodian, Claudia Thoermer, Susanne
Kristen, Maria Licata, Melanie Killen
Children's sensitivity to the motivations of prosocial
behaviors when inferring others' emotions
Ji Young Yoon, Hyun-joo Song

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Any Way the Wind Blows: Children's Inferences
About Force Dynamics Events
Nathan George, Tilbe Göksun, Kathryn HirshPasek, Roberta Golinkoff

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Who Can Learn New Things? Children's
Reasoning About Experts' and non-Experts'
Learning Abilities
Christine Shenouda, Judith Danovitch

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Young children's counterfactual reasoning about
physical, psychological, and biological domain.
Keito Nakamichi

59

External Visual Noise Exclusion Deficits, Not
Perceptual Anchoring Deficits, Present in Dyslexic
Children and Adults
Rachel Beattie, Zhong-Lin Lu, Frank Manis

47

Students' and Teachers' Beliefs About the
Microbiological Structure and Activity of Viruses
and Vaccines
Benjamin Jee, David Uttal, Amy Spiegel, Judy
Diamond

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Do students with specific types of reading/spelling
disorders differ in their reported adjustment
problems?
Christoph Müller, Julia Winkes, Sabina
Neugebauer

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Reading Comprehension and Mental State
Understanding: Different Sides, Same Coin?
Nancie Im-Bolter, Keely Owens-Jaffray, Katharine
Bailey, Fataneh Farnia, Nancy Cohen

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Urban and rural families: Universal issues and
unique contexts for parents with children with
disabilities
Maria Pighini, Mary Stewart

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An Analysis of Diagnoses and Outcomes in a
Feeding Disorders Treatment Program
Laura Nathans, Sara Pollard, Laura Austin

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Use of the BDI-2 in Young Patients with Epilepsy:
A Case Report
Arianna Stefanatos, Nancy Nussbaum

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Effectiveness of a Community Implementation of
the Program for the Education and Enrichment of
Relational Skills (PEERS) for Teenagers with
Autism
Ashley Archuk, Veronica Smith

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Pattern of Symptomology in Adolescents with
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Evidence of Clinical
Phenotypes?
Lindsay Milliken, Amanda Pearl, Michael Murray

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The Impact of Individual and Family Factors on
Well-Being in Parents of Children with Autism: The
Role of Ethnicity
Naomi Ekas, Christine Ghilain, Michael Alessandri

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More is More: Extraneous Similarity Enhances 3Year Olds' Performance on Model-Room Task
Kelly Sheehan, David Uttal
Spatial representation of young children by the
task condition
Mihee Min, Soon-Hyung Yi

50

From Compliance to Self-Regulation: Development
during Early Childhood
Emma Hooper, Xin Feng

51

Validation of a Multi-Source and Multi-Dimensional
Measure of Children's Learning-Related Skills
Carissa Cerda, Myung Hee Im, Jan Hughes

52

Delay of Gratification in Preschoolers: Predictors
of Individual Differences
Rachael Hill, Thomas Power, Veronica BonillaPacheco, Ashley Eaton, Kayla Weinmann, Jennifer
Fisher, Teresia O'Connor, Sheryl Hughes

53

Behavioral Self-Distraction at Age 4:
Developmental Links to Toddler Attachment and
Temperament
Dianne Tolentino, Hui-Chin Hsu

54

Infants Are Sensitive to Confidence Cues When
Observing Third-Party Interactions
Vivian Lee, M. Rutherford

55

Distinguishing Positive and Negative Intergroup
Attitudes in Infancy
Anthea Pun, Andrew Baron

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Children use wealth information to guide their
social inferences and preferences
Elizabeth Brey, Kristin Shutts

68

Neighborhood Density Accounts for Vocabulary
Size in Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Sara Kover, Susan Ellis Weismer

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Communicating property to non-present strangers
Federico Rossano, Lydia Fiedler, Michael
Tomasello

69

Observation and Parent Report of Social
Communication and Language in Toddlers with
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Stacy Shumway, Audrey Thurm, Lauren
Swineford, Amy Wetherby

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Parent and Professional Perspectives on Autism in
South India: Beliefs About Causes and ParentProfessional Relationships
Neeraja Ravindran, Barbara Myers

71

Affective Associations, Impulsivity and
Adolescents Online Gaming Addiction: A Dual
Systems Approach
Jianping Hu, Chengfu Yu, Wei Zhang, Suiping
Wang, Hsuan-Chih Chen

81

Screen Time Exposure and Harmful Alcohol Use
Among Adolescents: Is it a Linear Relationship?
Gabriela Heymann, Robert Mann, Michael
Goodstadt, Suzanne Jackson, Gina Stoduto, Nigel
Turner

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Influences of Early Peer Social Status on Lifetime
Suicide Attempt
Alison Newcomer, Shelley Hart, Rashelle Musci,
Nicholas Ialongo, Holly Wilcox

72

Mexican-Origin Adolescents at Risk for Substance
Use: Seeking Rewards in the Face of Risk
Clinton Lee, Sarah Ruiz, Richard Robins, Amanda
Guyer

83

Maltreatment, Psychopathology and Suicidality in
a Sample of Adolescents in Outpatient Substance
Abuse Treatment
Jonathan Tubman, Assaf Oshri

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Maternal Patterns of Substance Use and Early
Sexual Behavior in Offspring
Natacha De Genna, Lidush Goldschmidt, Marie
Cornelius

84

Resting Heart Rates, Vagal Tone, and Proactive
and Reactive Aggression in Chinese Children
Yiyuan Xu, Lijing Zhang, Xander Krieg, Lidong Yu

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Examining Regrettable Sex Behavior Among
Adolescents in a School Based Drug and Alcohol
Intervention
Meredith Chapman, Virginia Arlt, Benjamin
Felleman, David Stewart, Christopher Arger

Examining Promotive Factors for Juvenile NonOffending Behavior and Desistance from Crime
Sophie Aiyer, Marc Zimmerman

86

SAVRY as a Predictor of Police Contact, Violent
Behavior, and Antisocial Behavior in a Large
Community Sample. The TRAILS Study
Jelle Sijtsema, Tina Kretschmer

87

Anxiety and Related Emotional Disorders and
Correlates among the Adolescents of Rapid
Urbanization in the Semi-urbanization Areas of
China
Lu Zhang, Fang Fan

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Associations Between Early Stranger Fear
Trajectories and Social Anxiety in Middle
Childhood
Mollie Moore, Rebecca Brooker, H. Goldsmith

89

Predictors of the Course of Anxiety Diagnoses in a
Multi-Method Longitudinal Study of PreschoolAged Children
Sara Bufferd, Lea Dougherty, Thomas Olino,
Margaret Dyson, Rebecca Laptook, Gabrielle
Carlson, Daniel Klein

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A Prospective Study of Child Mental Health
Problems in Preschoolers: Prevalence, Stability
and Change over Time
Annette Klein, Yvonne Otto, Sandra Fuchs, Kai
von Klitzing

91

A Preliminary Step in Understanding Adolescent
Grief Domains: An Exploratory Factor Analysis of a
Grief Screening Measure
Stevie Grassetti, Heather Close, Ariel Williamson,
Joanna Herres, Roger Kobak

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Patterns of Physiological and Affective Stress
Reactivity among Young Adolescents
Sarah Crystal, Tyler Laney, Kara Pegram, Katey
Nicolai, Amy Mezulis
Avoidant Coping in Adolescence and Conduct
Problems: The Role of Seeking Support as a
Moderator
Bryn Schiele, Melissa George, Leslie Taylor,
Kendra DeLoach, Heather McDaniel, Mark Weist
Validation of the Youth Stress and Coping
Questionnaire in a Late Adolescent University
Student Sample
Jodi Martin, Rebecca Ginsburg, Jean-Francois
Bureau, Christine Levesque, Paula Cloutier,
Allison Kennedy
Pathways to Recovery for Adolescents with
Severe Substance Dependence
Gillian Watson, Antonia Dangaltcheva, Marlene
Moretti
Adolescent Predictors of Trajectories of Binge
Drinking in Young Adulthood
Katarina Guttmannova, Karl Hill, Jungeun Lee,
Jennifer Bailey, Lacey Hartigan, J. Hawkins
Impact of Anxiety Symptoms on the Relation
between Deviant Peer Behavior and Alcohol Use
among Adolescent Offenders
Brian Shields, Deborah Drabick, Laurence
Steinberg

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Personality, Competence, and Peer Relations in
Taiwanese Adolescents
Yuh-Ling Shen, Kung-Yu Hsu

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Developmental Trajectories of Adolescent
Victimization: Predictors and Outcomes
Leanne Lester, Donna Cross, Julian Dooley,
Therese Shaw

105

Protective Effects of Language Development
Among Children in Head Start: A Person-Centered
Approach
Christine Meng

106

Parental educational socialization, academic
identification, and academic achievement.
Michael Strambler, Lance Linke, Nadia Ward

94

The Relations between At-risk Children's Early
Peer-relation and Language Development
Chenyi zhang, Sharon Christ

107

The Protective Influence of Community Support on
Immigrant Youth's School Engagement.
Sammy Ahmed, Taveeshi Gupta, Selcuk Sirin

95

The Children's Attraction to Physical Activity Scale:
Measurement Properties Across Diverse Cultural
Settings and Linguistic Adaptations
Robert Brustad, Francis Ries

108

Academic Achievement in the High School Years:
The Changing Role of School Engagement
Paul Chase

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Preschoolers' Outdoor Pretend Play and Social
Competence: Do Home Factors Play a Role?
Jiayao Li, Linda Hestenes, Yudan Wang

Elementary School Outcomes for Children
Participating in a Summer Kindergarten Readiness
Program
Karen Manship, Jamie Shkolnik

97

Postsecondary educational transitions for at-risk
youth: Findings from the College Transition
Support Program
Rosemarie Downey-McCarthy, Elizabeth
Stormshak

110

Child Academic Outcomes After Participating in
Family Literacy Programs
Melinda Leidy, Heather Quick, Karen Manship

111

Identifying cultural and language learning biases
on a school readiness instrument
Hollis Lai, Vijaya Krishnan, Xian Wang

112

Children's Sense of Relatedness to Teachers and
their Achievement in 54 Countries: Does
Individualism Matter?
Cecilia Cheung, Eva Pomerantz

113

Teacher-Child Interpersonal Dynamics: A Closer
Look at Relationships and Interactions
Christine Maynard, Elizabeth King, Karen LaParo

114

PBS Mathematics Transmedia Suites in Preschool
Homes
Elizabeth McCarthy, Linlin Li, Michelle Tiu

Defining Supportive Classrooms: Examining
Trajectories of Difference in Student, Teacher and
Observer Perceptions of Environment
Christina Crowe, Susan Rivers, Marc Brackett

115

Pause for thought: the contribution of 'wait time' to
the quality of interactions around play-based
mathematics activities in preschool settings
Caroline Cohrssen, Collette Tayler

Risk Factors Associated With Exposure to Bullying
Among Students With Special Educational Needs
and Disabilities
Neil Humphrey

116

Child Abuse and Neglect in Barbados: Prevalence
and Differential Psychiatric and Medical Outcomes
by Abuse and Neglect Type
Sarah McCuskee, Miriam Zichlin, Cyralene Bryce,
Gayle Medford, Janina Galler

98

Building Hopeful Thinking by Developing
Character Strengths in a College Classroom
Kim Brenneman

99

Preschool Teacher-Child Interaction in Small
Group that Fosters Language Development
Jin-Sil Mock, David Dickinson

100

Teachers' Perceptions of Parental Involvement
and their Ratings of Latino Head Start Children's
Social-Emotional Competencies
Adina Schick, Laura Schneebaum, Cindy
Almanzar, Gigliana Melzi, Christine McWayne

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Similarities, Differences, and Shifts in ElementaryAge Children's Use of Social and Academic
Registers in Speech and Writing
Kimberly Kelly, Alison Bailey, Anne BlackstockBernstein, Margaret Heritage

104

The Mnemonic Value of Chinese Orthography
Seamus Donnelly

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Determinants for Successful Implementation of
New Guidelines on Detecting Child Abuse Based
on Parental Characteristics at the Emergency
Department
Hester Diderich, Fieke Pannebakker, Peggy
Sorensen, Paul Verkerk, Paul Baeten, Mariska
Klein Velderman, Minne Fekkes, H. OudesluysMurphy
Child neglect and academic achievement:
Examining the mediating role of attachment
security
Mélanie Bélanger, Andra Lorent, Tristan Milot,
Diane St-Laurent
Mothers' Criteria of Emotional Competence in
Children from Five Nations
Lauren Wood, Pamela Cole, Gisela Trommsdorff,
Seong-Yeon Park, Ramesh Mishra, Shanta
Niraula

120

Acculturation and Parent-Adolescent Interactions:
Examining Differences in Observational Family
Management Tasks among Hispanics
Lynn Hernandez, Ana Maria Rodriguez, Hannah
Graves, Mary Kathryn Cancilliere, Anthony Spirito

121

Reciprocal Longitudinal Relations Between
Academic Performance and Family Context in
High-Achieving Chinese and European Americans
Tzufen Chang, Eun-Jin Han, Desiree Qin

122

How do Happy Mothers Parent: The Role of
Physiological Regulation and Family Context
Kirby Deater-Deckard, Zhe Wang, Martha Ann Bell

123

Emotional Coping and The Moderating Role of
Negative Parental Reactivity
Nikita Rodrigues, Chelsey Barrios, Olga Walker,
Kathryn Degnan

124

Pathways from Maternal Depressive
Symptomatology to Children's Emotional
Development: The Case of Emotion
Understanding and Emotion Expression
Alyssa Parsons, Abby Winer, Ross Thompson

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Crossover Effects Among Parental Hostility and
Parent-Child Relationships During the Preschool
Period
Rebecca Newland, Lucia Ciciolla, Keith Crnic
Does Marital Conflict History Predict Differences in
Parental Conflict Behaviors in Dyadic versus
Triadic Contexts?
Tina Du Rocher Schudlich, Jessica Norman,
Briana Du Nann, Amy Wharton, Hilary Nicol,
Megan Dachenhausen

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Studying the Family Dynamic Through ParentChild Dyadic and Triadic Interactions
Kim Yurkowski, Jean-Francois Bureau, Jeffry
Quan

128

Resilient Mothering: Trajectories of Positive
Parenting Practices Among Low-income Ethnic
Minority Women
Anna Ettinger, Anne Riley

129

Socioeconomic Status and Early Child
Development: A Test of the Parental Investment
Pathway in a Chilean Sample
Catherine Coddington, Rashmita Mistry, Alison
Bailey

130

An Observational Approach to Assessing Family
Chaos in Families With Infants: Linkages to Family
and Individual Functioning
Corey Whitesell, Douglas Teti

131

Paternal and Maternal Involvement: Influence of
Child ADHD Symptoms, Child-parent Closeness,
and Parenting Satisfaction
Louise Keown, Melanie Palmer

132

Experienced Parenting and Psychological WellBeing of Father Predicting Fathering Attitudes to
Their Child
Ha-Young Jo, Soo-Jeong Ha, Eun-Gyoung Lee,
Seong-Yeon Park

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Father-Child Closeness Over Time
Jossy Joute, Amanda Roy, C. Cybele Raver

134

Improving the Transition to High School: Fidelity
Assessment of a Promising, Widely Disseminated
Parent-Training Program
W. Alex Mason, Robert Oats, Kevin Haggerty,
Wendi Cross, Koren Hanson, Ronald Thompson,
Mary Casey-Goldstein

135

Relations among Symptom Severity, Coping, and
Parenting in Depressed and Non-depressed
Parents
Katherine Korelitz, Judy Garber, Elizabeth
McCauley, Guy Diamond, Kelly Schloredt

136

The Family Engagement and Empowerment
Observational Scale: Construct Validity, Reliability
and Application utilized?
Heather McDaniel, Leslie Taylor, Mark Weist

137

Infant's Distress to Limitations Amplifies the use of
Conditional Regard and Reduces Autonomy
Support among First Time Parents
Ohad Ezra, Avi Assor, Yaniv Kanat-Maymon, Judy
Auerbach, Pazit Gabay-Elegy, Moran Cohen-Iluz,
Orly Licht Weinish, Dotan Shapira, Anat Moed

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Why are Chinese Mothers Controlling? An
Exploration of Their Beliefs Regarding the Effects
of Psychological Control
Chen Huang, Qian Wang

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The Role of Maternal Autonomy Support across
Infancy and Preschool Years in Predicting Child
Executive Functioning
Célia Matte-Gagné, Annie Bernier

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Emotion Regulation Feeding Practices and
Children's Emotional Eating: The Moderating
Effect of Self-Regulation.
Cin Cin Tan
Parents' and Children's Emotional Eating: The
Role of Parenting Styles
Cin Cin Tan, Shayla Holub
Mother-Child Interactions at Dinnertime: Exploring
Mothers' Differences as a Function of Child Weight
Status
Thomas Power, Sheryl Hughes, L. Goodell, Susan
Johnson, J. Jaramillo Duran, Kimberly Williams,
Ashley Eaton, Leslie Frankel
Injury Behavior as a Function of Prenatal
Substance Exposure and Environmental Risk
Michael Lewis, David Bennett, Dennis Carmody,
Yiping Wang

144

Parents Use of Explanations to Socialize
Preschoolers' Safety-Related Behaviors
Brandy Frazier, Karen Tessier, Ashley Morris

145

Development of the Driving Practice Quality
Assessment for Parents and Teens
Jessica Mirman, Allison Curry, Megan Fisher Thiel,
Flaura Winston, Dennis Durbin

146

From Year-to-Year and Moment-to-Moment:
Examining Syntactic Development Across Two
Time Scales
Kathryn Leech, Meredith Rowe, Yi Ting Huang

147

A Comparison of Parent-Child Interactions While
Reading Picture Books Versus Chapter Books
Kathryn Leech, Meredith Rowe

148

Children's Perception of Regional Dialect Variation
Laura Wagner, Cynthia Clopper, John Pate

149

Age of Acquisition Effects on Mental Rotation
Skills in Nicaraguan Signers
Amber Martin, Ann Senghas

150

The Dimensionality of Language Ability in Young
Children
James Bovaird, LARRC Consortium

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Nobody read to me -- too many cows: University of
Botswana students' GPA's relative to family
literacy and access to books
John Rieser, Sourav Mukhopadhyay, Nellie
Malatsi, Kerileng Mpuang, Sere Molosiwa, Nnunu
Tsheko, Naveed Nanjee

152

Infant perception of audio-visual speech synchrony
in fluent speech and effects of experience
Ferran Pons, David Lewkowicz

153

Individual and developmental differences in
audiovisual speech perception: An eye-tracking
study.
Catherine Bradley, Anthony Dick

154

12-month-olds' Ability to Perceive Coda
Consonants: Effects of Position and Voicing
Kathleen Engel, Stephanie Archer, Suzanne Curtin

155

Exposure to multiple object exemplars aids infants'
use of phonetic detail in word learning
Christopher Fennell, Tamara Hudon, Sandra
Waxman

156

Speaking Different Languages: Children's
Reasoning About Multiple Conventional Systems
Kathleen Sullivan, Lori Markson

157

Does Variability Across Events Help or Hinder
Early Verb Learning?
Melissa Flores, Emily Roberson, Rebecca Zelaya,
Jane Childers, Jae Paik

158

Finding meaning in a noisy world: Can 3-year-olds
use cross-situational observation to learn nouns in
challenging environments?
John Bunce, Rose Scott

159

Understanding Conjoined-subject Intransitives:
Two-year-olds Perform Like Adults
Leah Sheline, Sandra Waxman, Sudha
Arunachalam

160

A cost-effectiveness analysis of a parent training
programme to reduce the prevalence of conduct
problems
Filipa Sampaio, Inna Feldman, Anna Sarkadi

161

Using State Child Welfare Records to Examine
Outcomes for Early Childhood Programs: Issues
and Challenges in Synthesizing Results from a 12year Follow Up of Early Head Start National Study
Participants
Beth Green, Catherine Ayoub

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Creation and Psychometric Evaluation of a
Nomothetic Strivings Questionnaire to Assess
Adolescent Positive Development
Sarah Schnitker, Nathaniel Fernandez, Ryan
Thomas

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Adolescent Peer Victimization and Forgiveness:
The Moderating Role of Private Religious
Practices
Jeanette Walters, Gregory Longo, Julee Farley,
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

164

Religiosity and Sectarian Attitudes and Behavior
Among Adolescents in Northern Ireland
Marcie Goeke-Morey, Christine Merrilees, Laura
Taylor, Alayna Calabro, Pete Shirlow, Edward
Cummings

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Adolescents' Religiosity and Internalizing
Adjustment
Marcie Goeke-Morey, Laura Taylor, Christine
Merrilees, Kellie Raddell, Pete Shirlow, Edward
Cummings
The Origin of the Left Side Face Scanning Bias in
Early Infancy
Naiqi Xiao, Andrea Wheeler, Gizelle Anzures,
Marian Bartlett, Paul Quinn, Olivier Pascalis, Kang
Lee
The role of human's eyes in face preference
Olivier Pascalis, Eve Dupierrix, Anne Hillairet de
Boisferon, David Meary, Elisa Di Giorgio,
Francesca Simion, Kang Lee, Paul Quinn, Masaki
Tomonaga

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"Sexual Harassment": What we can Learn about
this Construct by Studying Gender and Gradespecific Factors
Katherine Romeo, Christina Peter

174

Relationships between Gender and Perceived
Social Competence in Low-Income Preschoolers
Taylor Bulman, Renata Vaysman, Elizabeth
Raffanello, Kristen Uhl, Jeanne Shub, Leslie
Halpern

175

Pathways to Social Competence: Children's
Compliance, Noncompliance, and Autonomy
Development
AImee Walker, David MacPhee

176

Managing impressions: Children's understanding
of performance and dispositional disclaimers as
self-presentation tactics
Dawn Watling, Selina Nath

177

Effects on Mother-Child Conversation on
Children's Social Competence: The Moderating
Effect of Mother-Child Relationship Quality
Ting Lu, Maria Tineo, Nancy Longoria, German
Posada

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(Re)defining Helpful: Investigating how Urban
Adolescents Make Meaning of "Support"
Gretchen Brion-Meisels

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Mediating Effects of Mentoring Relationship
Quality on Religiosity/Spirituality and Adolescent
Developmental Outcomes
Piljoo Kang

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Infants' Scanning of Positive, Fearful, and Neutral
Faces: an Eye Tracking Study
Marisa Biondi, Teresa Wilcox, Jessica Stubbs

180

It's Just Not Enough: Cross-ethnic Friendships are
High Quality but Don't Predict Well-being
Patrick Rock, Jaana Juvonen

169

Action-specific experience affects young infants'
reaching
Amy Needham, Amy Joh, Sarah Wiesen

181

The Stability of Victimization and Peer's
Perceptions of Jealousy and Pridefulness.
C. Matthew Stapleton, Sarah Barnes, Robert
Cohen

170

Mu Rhythm Desynchronization in the Absence of
Visual Information: Developmental Changes
Between Adults and Infants
Ross Vanderwert, Erin Cannon, Nathan Fox

182

Peer Victimization and Adolescent Substance Use:
The Moderating Role of Peer Aggression
Sherilynn Chan, Annette La Greca, Whitney
Herge, Betty Lai

183

The Impact of Bullying and Victimization on
Marijuana Use in a Sample of Hispanic Youth
Paula Fite, Sonia Rubens, Michelle Hendrickson,
Spencer Evans, Casey Pederson

184

A Latent Profile Analysis of Attributions for
Victimization in Relation to Social-emotional
Adjustment in Middle School
April Taylor, Sandra Graham

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Teachers' Attitudes and Behaviors in Single-sex
and Mixed-sex Classes
Flora Farago, Erin Pahlke
Perceived Peer Norms and Gender Stereotypes
Predict Sexual Harassment Perpetration
Jennifer Jewell, Christia Spears Brown

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A Narrative Account of Physical Fights in 5th and
6th Grade
Molly Dawes, Amelia Hock, Tabitha Wurster,
Hongling Xie

186

Aggression as a Means to Gain and Maintain
Social Prominence in Early Adolescence
Guadalupe Espinoza, Yueyan Wang, Jaana
Juvonen

187

Self-views and their Prediction of Aggression in
Male Juvenile Offenders
Stephanie Smith, Janet Kistner

188

Risk and Protective Factors in Cyberbullying: The
Role of Individual and Relational Characteristics
Fatih Bayraktar, Hana Macháčková, Lenka
Dědková

197

From Infant Sleep to Toddler Attachment
Wendy Goldberg, Rachel Lucas-Thompson, Meret
Keller, Elysia Davis, Curt Sandman

198

Electrophysiological, Observed, and Subjective
Emotional Responses to Infant Crying: The Role of
Secure Base Script Knowledge
Ashley Groh, Glenn Roisman, Katherine Haydon,
Kelly Bost, Nancy McElwain, Leanna Garcia,
Colleen Hester

199

American and Chinese Preschoolers' Emotional
Responses to Resistance to Temptation and
Standard Violation (Mishap) Contexts
Jun Wang, Karen Barrett, Qiongwei Wu, Dongying
Zhang

200

What's Not in a Face: Stories Are More Powerful
Cues to Emotion Than Facial Expressions for
Children and Adolescents
Joseph Pochedly, Ruqian Ma, Sherri Widen,
James Russell

201

Do Chinese Fathers say Love? Expression of
Paternal Affection in Contemporary Chinese
Families
Xuan Li, Michael Lamb

202

Emotional components of internal working models
of attachment and their relation to emotion
regulation and affect expression in preschool
context
Bruno Ferreira, Alexandra Pinto, Eulália
Fernandes, Marta Antunes, António Santos,
Manuela Veríssimo

189

Using Social Media Data to Distinguish Bullying
from Teasing
Hsun-Chih Huang, Jun-Ming Xu, Kwang-Sung Jun,
Amy Bellmore, Xiaojin Zhu

190

Bullying is Not Colorblind: The Role of Ethnicity in
Peer Victimization
Allyson Arana, Priya Iyer, Maria Guarneri-White,
Lauri Jensen-Campbell

191

Validity and Reliability of the Interaction Rating
Scale between Children (IRSC) by Using Motion
Capture Analysis of Head Movement
Tokie Anme, Yuka Sugisawa, Ryoji Shinohara,
Tae Watanabe, Kentaro Tokutake, Yukiko
Mochizuki, Emiko Tanaka

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Affect expression and social competence in
preschool children
Tania Sousa, Bruno Ferreira, Carla Fernandes,
Nuno Torres, António Santos, Brian Vaughn

203

The Development of Infant Differential Behavioral
Responding to Discrete Emotions
Peter Reschke, Eric Walle, Joseph Campos, Linda
Camras

193

Turn-Taking Behavior of Preschool Children
Playing a Fishing Game
Aya Fujita

204

The emotion category of expressive faces
becomes more influential over development
Samuel Rivera, Aleix Martinez, Dirk Walther,
Vladimir Sloutsky

194

Mothers' Behavioral Styles at Separation and
Reunion: Associations with Infant Emotionality
Nairui Guo, Hui-Chin Hsu

205

What Are You Afraid of? Infant Attention to Fearful
and Happy Facial Expressions in the Context of
Novel Objects
Alison Goldstein, Patricia Smiley, David Moore

206

Parents‘ Emotion-Related Beliefs, Behaviors, and
Skills Relate to Children's Understanding of
Emotion in the Family
Vanessa Castro, Amy Halberstadt, Fantasy
Lozada, Ashley Craig

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196

What did you say? How mother and father speech
relates to parent-infant attachment
Elizabeth Planalp, Julia Braungart-Rieker, Kyla
Wargel
Maternal Mind-Mindedness in Pregnancy Predicts
Later Infant Attachment Security and Maternal
Sensitivity
Laurelanne Yorgason, Lois Muir

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A Dynamic Systems Model of Co-Emotion
Regulation in the Strange Situation: Behavioral
Adjustment
Yuqing Guo, Susan Spieker, Elaine Thompson,
Kathryn Barnard

208

Children's Use of Drawing to Regulate Their Mood
Jennifer Drake

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218

Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Adaptive emotion regulation in school-aged
children over a two-year period: A biobehavioral
study
Sarah Babkirk, Tracy Dennis, Jennifer DeCicco,
Victor Rios

(Event 2-049) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Stress Behaviors and Child Compliance in Two
Behavioral Inhibition Tasks: Differential
Functioning Across Two Contexts
Veronica Bonilla-Pacheco, Thomas Power, Ashley
Eaton, Rachael Hill, Jennifer Fisher, Teresia
O'Connor, Sheryl Hughes

2-049. The Centrality of Generic Knowledge
in Early Conceptual Development
Chair: Selin Gulgoz

Self-Concept Clarity and Self-Esteem: Distinct
Constructs and Correlates in Adolescence
Danielle Findley, Tiina Ojanen
The Impact of Positively Biased Self-Perceptions
and Rejected Status in Predicting Childhood
Aggression
Rebecca Lynch, Haley Stephens, Janet Kistner
Accuracy and Bias of Children's Self-Perceptions
of Peer Acceptance: Associations with Depression
and Aggression
Rebecca Lynch, Christine Van Gessel, Stephanie
Smith, Janet Kistner
The Calculation of Discrepancy Scores in the
Context of Biased Self-Perceptions of Acceptance
Haley Stephens, Janet Kistner

Parents' Preferred Language, not Ethnicity,
Relates to Infant Fear Ratings: An IBQ-R
Comparison of Hispanics vs. Non-Hispanics
Teresa Taylor-Partridge, Rachel Schindel

217

Effects of Soothing Techniques and Rough-andTumble Play on Early Temperament: A
Longitudinal Study of Infants
Atsuko Nakagawa, Masune Sukigara



Human Infants Expect Kind-Referring Signs in
Ostensive Communication
Gergely Csibra



Preschoolers Use Communicative Cues to Guide
Radical Reorganization of Category Knowledge
Lucas Butler, Ellen Markman



Information About Kinds is Privileged in Children's
Thinking: Evidence From a Generic Déjà Vu Illusion
Shelbie Sutherland, Andrei Cimpian



Children's Recall for Generic Knowledge of Animal
and Social Categories
Selin Gulgoz, Susan Gelman

(Event 2-050) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Happy Babies, Chatty Toddlers: Infant Positive
Affect Facilitates Early Expressive, but not
Receptive Language
Lauren Laake, Anastasia Skowron, Ashley
Clemons, Kayde Merrell, Heather Fronczak,
Lauren Rodman, David Bridgett

216

Links between Maternal Depression and Infant
Frustration: Home Chaos and Inter-Parental
Adjustment
Victoria Yopst, Nicole Burt, Megan Baker, Danielle
Heath, Rachel Schultz, Elliott Ihm, David Bridgett

2-050. Narrative Recall of Emotional
Experiences Across Development
Chair: J. Zoe Klemfuss

157



Stress, Interviewer Support, and Children's Narrative
Content
J. Zoe Klemfuss, Helen Milojevich, Ilona Yim,
Elizabeth Rush, Jodi Quas



Facilitating Maltreated Children's Use of Emotional
Language Through Emotional Rapport and CuedEmotion Prompts
Elizabeth Ahern, Thomas Lyon
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Mother-Child Emotional Reminiscing and Children's
Socio-Emotional Well-Being: A Cross-Cultural
Longitudinal Study
Jessie Koh, Yang Yang, Qi Wang



The Costs and Benefits of Reflection in Emerging
Adults' Narratives: The Type of Memory Matters
Andrea Greenhoot, Kate McLean, Becky Wood,
Alisha Yoder

(Event 2-051) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Parental Depressive Symptoms and At-risk
Kindergarteners' Behavior Problems: Examining
Parents' Emotion Word Use as a Moderator
Caitlin McLear, Christopher Trentacosta, Joanne
Smith-Darden

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Parental Depressive Symptoms as Moderators of
Daily Links Between Marital Quality and Parent-Child
Relationship Quality: A Daily Diary Study
Chrystyna Kouros, Lauren Papp, Marcie GoekeMorey, Edward Cummings

(Event 2-053) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-051. Getting More Out Of EEG: New
Inroads to the Developing Brain
Chair: Gedeon Deak
Discussant: John Richards

2-053. Dynamic Systems as a Context for
Family Interaction and Developmental
Psychopathology

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Chair: Shayna Coburn

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Moving Beyond the ERP: Event-Related and
Spontaneous Oscillations in Young Infants
Gabriella Musacchia, Naseem Choudhury, Sue
Peters, April Benasich
EEG Markers of Longitudinal Differences Between
Monozygotic Twins in ADHD Outcomes
Gráinne McLoughlin, Uma Vaidyanathan, Jason
Palmer, Scott Burwell, Scott Makeig, Steve Malone,
William Iacono
EEG Imaging of Toddlers During "Live" Dyadic TurnTaking: Mu-Rhythm Modulation And Source-Clusters
In Natural Action Observation and Execution
Yu Liao, Scott Makeig, Zeynep Akalin-Acar, Gedeon
Deak



The importance of emotional repair in clinical and
non-clinical family interactions
Isabela Granic, Tom Hollenstein, Erika
Lunkenheimer, Anna Lichtwarck-Aschoff



Maternal depression and child self-regulation among
low-income children: Parenting as a mediator
Julia Reuben, Daniel Shaw, Elizabeth Shelleby,
Thomas Dishion, Melvin Wilson, Frances Gardner



The impact of prenatal distress on affective
expression in mother-infant interactions
Shayna Coburn, Keith Crnic, Nancy Gonzales, Linda
Luecken



Adolescent depression and the affect dynamics in
mother-father-child triadic interactions
Tom Hollenstein, Nicholas Allen, Lisa Sheeber

(Event 2-052) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-052. Family Interactions as Mechanisms
of Risk and Resilience in the Link Between
Parental Depressive Symptoms and Child
Adjustment

(Event 2-054) Paper Session
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-054. Effects of Learning and Repeated
Experience on Early Cognitive Functioning

Chair: Erika S. Lunkenheimer
Discussant: Sherryl H. Goodman


Chair: Scott Johnson

Low Parent-Child Affective Flexibility as a
Mechanism Linking Maternal Depressive Symptoms
to Child Behavior Problems
Erin Albrecht, Erika Lunkenheimer, Christine Kemp

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Investigating Sensory Cortex Selectivity in 6-montholds Using FNIRS and Repetition Suppression
Lauren Emberson, Holly Palmeri, Richard Aslin
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Memory processes in infants' cross-situational
statistical learning
Haley Vlach, Scott Johnson

(Event 2-056) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



A Primacy/Recency Effect in Infant Categorization
Nadja Althaus, Valentina Gliozzi, Julien Mayor, Kim
Plunkett

2-056. Childhood Obesity Over Time: The
Influence of Parenting and Child SelfRegulatory Behaviors



Experience with Video Influences Infants' Attention to
Informative Content: An Eye Movement Study
Tanya Kaefer

Chair: Brenda J. Lohman
Discussant: Laura Scaramella

(Event 2-055) Federal Agency Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-055. The Institute of Education Sciences:
Research Funding Opportunities and the
Peer Review Process



Middle Childhood Obesity: Links to Harsh Parenting
and Self-Regulation during the Early Years
Brenda Lohman, Meghan Gillette, Allison Flittner



The Mediating Effect of Self-Control on Harsh
Parenting and Childhood Obesity
Tricia Neppl, Jennifer Senia, Yuk Pang, Rand
Conger



The Influence of Birthweight, Parental Relationship
Satisfaction, and Self-control in Adolescence on BMI
Over Time
Meghan Gillette, Brenda Lohman, Allison Flittner

Chair: Joan E. McLaughlin
Panelists: Caroline Ebanks, Joan McLaughlin, Lisa
Bridges
Integrative Statement: The Institute of Education
Sciences' overarching priority is research that contributes
to school readiness and improved academic achievement
for all students, and particularly for those whose
education prospects are hindered by inadequate
education services and conditions associated with
poverty, race/ethnicity, limited English proficiency,
disability, and family circumstance. The Institute funds
grants for education and special education research that
spans the early years to adulthood; predoctoral,
postdoctoral, and early career training; statistics and
methodology to support education research; evaluations
of state and local program and policies; and research and
development centers targeted toward focused programs
of research in areas where there are identified needs.
Staff from the IES' National Center for Education
Research and National Center for Special Education
Research will describe the various mechanisms for grant
funding, provide information to assist in the development
of a research project for IES (including choosing a
research topic and one of the five IES research goals),
provide examples of funded grants relevant to the work of
the SRCD audience, an overview of application
preparation, and IES support for this work. Staff from IES'
Standards and Review Office will provide information on
submission and peer review. This discussion will include
the submission and resubmission process, what happens
to the applications at each stage, the various peer review
panels, and feedback provided to applicants. An
interactive session is planned, with attendees
encouraged to ask questions and relate experiences
throughout the timeframe. The session will conclude with
a time devoted specifically to attendee questions.

(Event 2-057) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-057. Effectively Evaluating the
Development of African Children in
Bioecocultural Context
Chair: Kim T. Ferguson
Discussant: Michael J. Boivin

159



Infant Health and Development in Malawian
Orphanages
Kim Ferguson, Jack MacAllister, Melody Lee, Jane
Gorski



Assessment of the Very Young Child Affected by HIV
in Botswana
Betsy Kammerer, Penny Holding, Gloria Mayondi,
Vicki Tepper, Modiegi Diseko, Sharon Nichols,
Shahin Lockman



Developing Culturally Appropriate and
Psychometrically Sound Measures of Child
Functioning for Resource Constrained Settings
Amina Abubakar, Fons van de Vijver, Penny Holding,
Charles Newton

(Event 2-058) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-060) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-058. Who Trusts Whom? Individual
differences in selective trust, learning and
skepticism in young children

2-060. The Science and Policy of Taking
Infant/Toddler Interventions to Scale
Moderator: John M. Love
Panelists: Robert Granger, Peter Mangione, Aletha
Huston, J. Lawrence Aber

Chair: Patricia Ganea
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Individual differences in skepticism to misleading
testimony
Vikram Jaswal, Koraly Perez-Edgar, Robyn Kondrad,
Carolyn Palmquist, Claire Cole, Caitlin Cole

(Event 2-061) Paper Session
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Preschoolers' preference for syntactic complexity
varies by socioeconomic status
Katelyn Kurkul, Kathleen Corriveau

2-061. Structural and Functional Brain
Development

The Relation between Temperament and Children's
Judgment of Informant Reliability
Caitlin Canfield, Patricia Ganea, Kimberly Saudino

Chair: Christopher S. Monk


Changes in Prefrontal Cortex-Amygdala Connectivity
Across Adolescence: Insights From Multiple Imaging
Modalities
Johnna Swartz, Moriah Thomason, Jillian Wiggins,
Melisa Carrasco, Christopher Monk



Heterogeneous Development and Contribution of
Hippocampal Subfields to Episodic Memory
Joshua Lee, Arne Ekstrom, Simona Ghetti



Children's Neural Response to Human Faces is
Modulated by Social Context
Marika Coffman, Sarah Shultz, Warren Jones, Ami
Klin, James McPartland



Relationship Between Executive Function and
Structural Brain Development in PostInstitutionalized Youth
Raquel Cowell, Amanda Hodel, Megan Gunnar,
Kathleen Thomas

Distrust and Retaliatory Deception in Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Li Yi, Jiao Li, Yuebo Fan, Kang Lee

(Event 2-059) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-059. Integrated Theoretical Perspectives
on the Association between Theory of Mind
and Executive Functioning in Preschool
and Early Childhood
Chair: Jeannette E. Benson
Discussant: Stephanie M. Carlson


Theory of Mind and Executive Function: Metaanalytic and Longitudinal Findings
Rory Devine, Claire Hughes



Enduring roles for executive function in children and
adults: Implications for early development.
Ian Apperly, Andrew Surtees



Executive Functioning Supports the Emergence of
Explicit Theory-of-Mind Understanding in
Preschoolers: Evidence and Mechanisms
Jeannette Benson, Mark Sabbagh, Stephanie
Carlson, Philip Zelazo

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(Event 2-062) Paper Session
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-064) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-062. Self-Esteem and Emotion Regulation
in Adolescent Adjustment

2-064. Peer Effects in Early Childhood

Chair: Reed Larson

Chair: Portia Miller
Discussant: C. Cybele Raver

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

Preschool Class Composition: Exploring Three
Operationalization Techniques and their Effects on
Child Outcomes
Monica Yudron, Stephanie Jones, C. Cybele Raver



Classroom Composition and Young Children's
Behavior and Achievement
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Lizabeth Malone



Do Socioeconomically Diverse Peers Benefit
Preschoolers?
Portia Miller, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Alyssa Shaw



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

Depressive Symptoms in Late Adolescents:
Longitudinal Relations with Contingent Self-esteem
and Level of Self-esteem
Sofie Wouters, Bart Duriez, Koen Luyckx, Theo
Klimstra, Hilde Colpin, Bart Soenens, Karine
Verschueren
Individual Differences in Adolescents' Stress
Response and the Association with Internalizing and
Externalizing Problems
Emily Cook, Linda Mayes, MIchael Crowley,
Rebecca Hommer, Tara Chaplin
Constructive Worry: Adolescents' Conscious
Learning from Challenges in Youth Programs
Natalie Rusk, Reed Larson

(Event 2-065) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

An Ecological Study on the Temporal Dynamics of
Positive and Negative Affect after Negative Peer
Experiences.
Thao Ha, Eeske van Roekel, Maaike Verhagen, Ron
Scholte, Rutger Engels, Emmanuel Kuntsche

2-065. Affect-biased Attention as Emotion
Regulation in Development
Chair: Rebecca Todd


Attention Biases to Threat Moderate the Relations
between Components of Temperament and Social
Withdrawal in Very Young Children
Koraly Perez-Edgar, Claire Cole, Daniel Zapp



Temperamental Exuberance, Externalizing
Behaviors, and the Moderating Role of Positive
Attention Biases
Lauren White, Kathryn Degnan, Nathan Fox



Experience-Dependent Development of Perceptual
Biases for Threat-Related Stimuli
Vladimir Miskovic, Andreas Keil

(Event 2-063) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-063. Positive Effects of Educational
Television on the Development of Chinese
Young Children
Chair: Yeh Hsueh


The Social Contents of Baby TV Programs and
Parent-to-Infant Socialization
Jun Hao, Liping Guo, Yeh Hsueh



The Short-Term Impact of Television on Preschool
Children's Executive Functions
Hui Li, Zong-Kui Zhou, Xiao Xiao, Chunhua Jiang,
Sen Yang, Feifei Zhang



Chinese Early Childhood Educators' Perspectives on
the Television Series Big Bird Looks at the World
Yeh Hsueh, Zong-Kui Zhou, Giumin Su, Yuan Tian,
June Lee

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(Event 2-066) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-069) Invited Roundtable
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-066. Spitting in the wind and splitting
hairs: The ups and downs of biomarkers in
saliva and hair

2-069. New IRB Policies and the Ethical
Conduct of Child and Adolescent Research:
What You Need to Know Now!

Moderator: Mark L. Laudenslager
Panelists: Emma Adam, Douglas Granger, Mark
Laudenslager

Moderator: Celia Fisher
Abstract: For the first time in 20 years HHS is
considering changes to the Common Rule regulating IRB
evaluation of research. These rule changes will have a
significant impact on how IRBs evaluate and approve
developmental and pediatric research protocols in critical
areas including: Expedited review, designation of
research as minimal risk, waivers of parental permission,
the content and format of consent forms and the use and
storage of longitudinal and archival data, including biospecimens. Given the importance of any rule change to
the conduct of science related to infants, children, and
adolescents, SRCD convened a task force to draw up a
response to HHS with recommendations for how best to
incorporate these considerations in the final regulatory
changes. Drawing on the task force deliberations, this
roundtable will stimulate discussion to assist members in
preparing for the proposed rule changes and successfully
navigating the evolving IRB approval process.

(Event 2-067) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-067. Latino Students in Developmental
Doctorate Programs in the U.S.:
Contributions, Assets, and Challenges
Moderator: Jose M. Causadias
Panelists: Maria Tineo, Lucia Alcala, Sandra
Ahumada, Omar Ruvalcava

(Event 2-068) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Biography: Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D.,
Marie Ward Doty University Chair,
Professor of Psychology and
Director, Fordham University
Center for Ethics Education
received the 2010 HII Lifetime
Achievement Award for Excellence
in Human Research Protection.
She has chaired federal advisory
panels for the Environmental
Protection Agency and Department
of Health and Human Services and
the APA Ethics Code Task Force; served on the NIMH
Data Safety and Monitoring Board, the IOM Committee
on Clinical Research Involving Children; and sits on the
NIH Research Study Section on Societal and Ethical
Issues. A founding editor of Applied Developmental
Science, her publications and federally funded research
programs focus on ethical issues and wellbeing of
vulnerable populations including ethnic minority youth
and families, active drug users, medically ill youth,
college students at risk for drinking problems, and adults
with impaired consent capacity. She directs the NIDA
funded Fordham University HIV Prevention Research
Ethics Training Institute.

2-068. School Climate and Bullying
Chair: David Smith


Differences in School Climate Perceptions by
Bullying Role
Amanda Nickerson



Changes in Bullying and School Climate: Effects of
Collective Efficacy
Chiaki Konishi, Shelley Hymel



The Role of School Climate in Influencing Victims
Responses to Bullying: To Retaliate or Seek
Support?
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson, Tracy Waasdorp, Katrina
Debnam, Catherine Bradshaw



Transactional Associations between School Climate
and Peer Victimization
Bonnie Leadbeater, Paweena Sukhawathanakul,
David Smith

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Panelist: Donald Brunnquell

Child Development, former President of the Piaget
Society and of APA's Division 7 (Developmental). She is
past Editor of Child Development and the Journal of
Experimental Child Psychology and a Fellow of APA,
APS, EPA, and AERA; her research has been funded by
NSF, NICHD, NIE, and the National Geographic Society.

Biography: Donald Brunnquell, Ph.D., MA, LP, is
Director of the Office of Ethics for Children's Hospitals
and Clinics of Minnesota and has been a member and
chair of Children's Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota IRB.
His work includes consultation, education and policy
regarding clinical and organizational ethics in the
pediatric health care. As the recipient of a Bush
Foundation Leadership Fellows Grant in 1991 he
completed a master's degree in philosophy, concentrating
in ethics. Since that time his work has focused on
pediatric medical and mental health ethics. His interests
include end of life decision-making for children, definition
of children's and parents' interests and rights, and
medical futility. He. He is a licensed psychologist with a
special interest in pediatric psychology and ethics,
instructor for the Institute of Child Development and
Clinical Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at the
University of Minnesota, and affiliate faculty University of
Minnesota Center for Bioethics.

Panelist: Valerie Maholmes
Biography: Valerie Maholmes, Ph.D., is Program
Director for the Child and Family Processes/
Maltreatment and Violence Research Program, Child
Development and Behavior Branch at the NICHD Eunice
Kennedy Shriver and Co-chair of the NIH Child Abuse
and Neglect Working Group, 2003 recipient of the SRCD
and AAAS Executive Branch Science Policy Fellowship,
and Yale Child Study Center Irving B. Harris Assistant
Professor of Child Psychiatry and director of research
and policy for the School Development. At NICHD she
provides leadership on research and research training on
theory-driven prevention and intervention approaches to
psychosocial and psychobiological antecedents and
consequences of child abuse and neglect and exposure
to violence; normative development; physical and social
environmental effects on health and psychological
development; public health, justice, social services,
antisocial behavior, conduct problems and aggression.
Recently, she initiated funding opportunities for research
examining long-term consequences of military
deployment and reintegration on child and family
functioning.

Panelist: Diane Hughes
Biography: Diane L. Hughes is Professor of Applied
Psychology in the Steinhardt School of Culture,
Development, and Education at NYU, co-director of
NYU's Center for Research on Culture, Development,
and Education and co-chair of the cross-university Study
Group on Race, Culture, and Ethnicity, former chair of the
MacArthur Midlife Network's study of Ethnic Diversity and
Urban Contexts, affiliate of the John D. and Catherine T.
McArthur Network on Success in Midlife, and member of
the Carnegie Corporations Consortium on Intergroup
Relations among Youth. Her publications and research,
supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the
William T. Grant Foundation, NIH, NSF and NICHD focus
on the nature and consequences of parents' teachings
about race, parents' and adolescents' discrimination
experiences within workplaces, schools and peer groups,
influences on youths' academic achievement, strategies
for identifying cultural knowledge and for conducting
culturally anchored research.

Panelist: Stuart Plattner
Biography: Stuart Plattner received his Ph.D. in Cultural
Anthropology from Stanford University in 1969. His
dissertation research was on the economic anthropology
of long distance itinerant peddling in Chiapas, Mexico.
After post-doctoral training in Economics and research in
Guatemala he taught at the University of Missouri-St.
Louis from 1971-1985. Stuart Plattner helped found and
served as president of the Society for Economic
Anthropology as well as the Society for Anthropology
Sciences. From 1985 until retirement in 2005 he worked
as the Program Director for Cultural Anthropology at the
National Science Foundation. From 1994 onwards he
served as the Human Subjects Research Officer for the
NSF, during which time he lead the development of
guidance and procedures for NSF's application of the
Common Rule, and served on the interagency Human
Subjects Research Subcommittee. In retirement he
devotes himself to fine woodworking.

Panelist: Lynn Liben
Biography: Lynn S. Liben is Distinguished Professor of
Psychology, Human Development, and Education at
Penn State. She studies first, gender development and
the effects of gender stereotypes on educational and
occupational outcomes; and second, spatial
development, including the roles of education (formal and
informal) and parenting and their consequences for
STEM outcomes. Current research addresses links
between spatial skills and map-use and science learning;
the gender gap on the National Geographic Bee; and
effects of a spatial-skills curriculum on middle-school
students' STEM achievements and interests. Dr. Liben is
currently President-Elect of the Society for Research in

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Panelist: Stephen Russell

at the Institute for Social
Research, and co-director of the
Center for the Study of Black
Youth in Context-- all at the
University of Michigan. His
research focuses on the
psychological role of race in
African Americans' lives. He and
his students have published
extensively in the areas of racial
identity, racial discrimination, and
racial socialization. He is a former President of the
Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority
Issues and a fellow of the American Psychological
Association and the Association for Psychological
Science. He is currently serving as the Chair of the
Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan.

Biography: Stephen T. Russell is Interim Director of the
John and Doris Norton School of Family and Consumer
Sciences at the University of Arizona. He is also
Distinguished Professor and Fitch Nesbitt Endowed Chair
in Family and Consumer Sciences, and Director of the
Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and
Families. Stephen conducts research on adolescent
pregnancy and parenting, cultural influences on parentadolescent relationships, and the health and development
of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth.
He is President of the Society for Research on
Adolescence.

Panelist: Elizabeth Susman
Biography: Elizabeth J. Susman is the Jean Phillips
Shibley Professor of Biobehavioral Health in the
Department of Biobehavioral Health at The Pennsylvania
State University. Her research program combines
behavioral endocrinology, developmental psychology and
neuroscience and focuses specifically on the
neuroendocrinology of puberty, stress and health in
youth. The research is published in developmental and
biomedical journals. Dr. Susman is a member of
Governing Council of SRCD.

(Event 2-071) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-071. Emerging Longitudinal Research
Linking Family Processes and Children's
Sleep
Chair: Mona El-Sheikh

(Event 2-070) Invited Master Lecture
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Bedtime and Nighttime Parenting of Infants during
the First Six Months of Life and Infant Sleep Quality
Douglas Teti, Jonathan Reader, Lauren Philbrook,
Hye-Young Rhee, Brandon McDaniel, Bo-Ram Kim,
Ni Jian



Attachment and Sleep among Toddlers:
Disentangling Attachment Security and Dependency
Annie Bernier, Marie-Eve Belanger, Valérie Simard,
Stephanie Bordeleau, Julie Carrier



Effects of Adherence to a Bedtime Routine on
Toddler's Sleep Schedule and Nightly Sleep
Angela Staples, John Bates, Isaac Petersen



Marital Conflict, Vagal Regulation and Children's
Sleep: A Longitudinal Investigation
J. Benjamin Hinnant, Mona El-Sheikh, Stephen Erath

2-070. Conceptual and Methodological
Issues in Racial/Ethnic Identity Research
Speaker: Robert M. Sellers
Chair: Sandra Graham
Abstract: A central theme in the psychological research
on the life experiences of members of ethnic minority
groups in the United State has been the various ways in
which those individuals attempt to integrate their racial
and or ethnic group membership into their
conceptualization of self. As such, racial and ethnic
identity has been the most heavily studied racial or ethnic
construct in American psychology. As a researcher in the
field of African American racial identity for the past
twenty-five years, I will attempt to address three broad
issues related to the research literature on racial identity:
1) the concept of racial versus ethnic identity; 2) the
relation between theoretical and empirical research; and
3) the future of the field. This lecture is intended for an
audience who has had some exposure to the concept of
racial/ethnic identity, but who are not necessarily experts
in the field.
Biography: Robert Sellers is the Charles D. Moody
Collegiate Professor of Psychology, Research Associate

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(Event 2-072) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-074) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-072. Parenting behavior: What shapes it?
How do associations between parent and
child behaviors change for moms and dads
over time?

2-074. Contextual Influences on Childhood
Anxiety

Chair: Amy L. Pennar
Discussant: Margaret T. Owen



A Longitudinal Examination of Anxiety Risk across
Childhood and Adolescence
Argero Zerr, Armando Pina, Robert Bradley



The Impact of Parenting Behaviors on Child Anxiety
and Avoidance in a Clinic Referred Sample: An
Observational Study
Luci Motoca, Cristina del Busto, Erin Hedeman,
Michele Bachor, Wendy Silverman



Parenting Behaviors as Mediators of the Relation
between Maternal Anxiety and Youth Anxiety
Carla Marin, Yasmin Rey, Ileana Hernandez, Jessica
Dahan, Wendy Silverman



Puberty and Sex Interact to Predict Anxiety in Urban
African-American Schoolchildren
Rona Carter



Understanding the Relation Between Mothers'
Characteristics and Parenting Behaviors Across
Time
Masumi Iida, Amy Pennar, Robert Bradley



Understanding the Relation Between Fathers'
Characteristics and Parenting Behaviors Across
Time
Amy Pennar, Masumi Iida, Robert Bradley

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Chair: Rona Carter

Examining Developmental Shifts in Parent-Child
Interactions from Early Through Middle Childhood
Robert Bradley, Amy Pennar, Masumi Iida

(Event 2-073) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-075) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-073. Relationships, Engagement, &
Motivation in Early Adolescence: The Role
of Parents, Teachers, & Peers

2-075. Tiger parenting: How common is it
and how does it influence child
development?

Chair: Melissa H. Castle
Discussant: Sara Rimm-Kaufman
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Chair: Yoonsun Choi
Discussant: Linda Juang

Changes in Academic Adjustment and Peer and
Teacher Relationships during Early Adolescence
Allison Ryan, Kara Makara, Geneene Thompson
Parental Structure Provision and Autonomy Support
as Predictors of Adolescents' Academic Engagement
and Motivation
Elizabeth Flamm, Wendy Grolnick
Relational Predictors of Engagement in Early
Adolescence: The Role of Parents, Teachers, &
Peers
Melissa Castle, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

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Psychological Control, Family Cohesion and Mental
Health among High-Achieving Chinese American
and European American adolescents
Desiree Qin, Tzufen Chang



Does "Tiger Parenting" Exist? Parenting Profiles of
Chinese Americans and Adolescent Developmental
Outcomes
Yijie Wang, Su Yeong Kim, Diana Orozco-Lapray,
Yishan Shen, Mohammed Murtuza



Is Asian American Parenting Controlling and Harsh?
Testing of Relationships between Korean American
and Western Parenting Measures
Yoonsun Choi, You Seung Kim, Su Yeong Kim, Irene
Park

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(Event 2-076) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-076. What determines how attention is
allocated in naturalistic contexts? A multimetholodogy investigation.

(Event 2-078) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Linda Smith
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

The Developmental Origins of Aggressive Behavior:
Evidence from Non-Human Primates
Gabriella Conti, Christopher Hansman, James
Heckman, Matthew Novak, Angela Ruggiero,
Stephen Suomi

Paper 1: Learning to Attend (Together) in Naturalistic
Settings: Development of Gaze Dynamics and Gaze
Alternations in Joint Activity
Kaya de Barbaro, Gwen Littlewort, Christine
Johnson, Gedeon Deak

2-078. Effective Teacher-Child Interactions:
The Role of Teacher Psychological
Processes, Demographics, and Context
Chair: Bridget Hamre
Discussant: Helma M. Koomen

Paper 2: Eyes and hands: The dynamic coordination
of parent and infant visual attention during freeflowing toy play
Chen Yu, Linda Smith, Damian Fricker, Tian Xu



The Influence of Psychological, Demographic and
Contextual Factors on Supportive Teacher-ChildInteraction in German Preschools
Anika Fäsche, Antje von Suchodoletz, Catherine
Gunzenhauser



Preservice Teachers' Emotional Intelligence:
Relations With Self-Efficacy, Anxiety, Stress and
Teacher-Student Interactions
Manuela Jiménez, Faiza Jamil, Bridget Hamre,
Jennifer Locasale-Crouch



Teacher Beliefs and Consistency in Emotional
Support: Differences Among Novice, Middle-Career,
and Late-Career Teachers
Craig Bailey, Abby Carlson, Laura Brock, Timothy
Curby, Jennifer Locasale-Crouch

2-077. Contextual determinants of
aggressive behavior: Rhesus and human
studies



Examining Teacher Reflection and its Association
with Effective Teacher-Child Interactions
Faiza Jamil, Sonia Cabell, Bridget Hamre

Chair: Kalina J. Michalska



Teacher Reflection: Associations With Teacher-Child
Interactions and Child Engagement
Michelle Baldanza, Manuela Jiménez, Jennifer
Locasale-Crouch, Sonia Cabell

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Paper 3: The influence of low-level stimulus
properites on gaze synchrony and fixation duration
during naturalistic and semi-naturalistic dynamic
scene viewing in infants.
Sam Wass, Tim Smith
Paper 4: Quantifying the Ambiguity of Natural
Naming Events
Daniel Yurovsky, Linda Smith, Chen Yu

(Event 2-077) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Sex Differences in Autonomic and Hemodynamic
Correlates of Aggressive Behavior in Children
Kalina Michalska, Benjamin Lahey, Jean Decety



Interpersonal Callousness Trajectories from
Childhood to Adolescence: Early Precursors and
Adult Outcomes
Amy Byrd, Samuel Hawes, Dustin Pardini



Parenting Behavior, Monoamine Oxidase A (MAOA),
and Conduct Problems: Gene-Environment
Interaction and Differential Susceptibility
Avital Falk, Steve Lee

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(Event 2-079) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-079. Predicting Infant and Family
Functioning at the end of the First Year:
The Impact of Prenatal and Postnatal
Family Dynamics

(Event 2-081) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Regina Kuersten-Hogan
Discussant: Mark Feinberg
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2-081. Early Predictors of Autism
Symptomatology and Language in HighRisk Siblings

Marital Relationship Quality and Couple Attachment
Style in the Transition to Parenthood
Fang Zhang



Relationship Between Spontaneous Imitation During
12-Month Free-Play and Prenatal Marital Quality and
Coparenting Perceptions
Paula Fitzpatrick, Ashley Januszewski, Krista Tocco,
Maria Kalpidou, Maria Markodimitraki



Prenatal and Postnatal Family Dynamics and Infants'
Eating Behaviors
Maria Kalpidou, Thomas Power, Sheryl Hughes,
Jennifer Fisher, Krista Tocco



Coparenting Dynamics and Family Expressiveness
as Predictors of Infants' Social Communication
Amy Lyubchik



Correlates of Coparenting Dynamics Across the
Transition to Parenthood: The Roles of Infant
Temperament and Attachment
Regina Kuersten-Hogan, Melysa Faria, Robert
DiGiammarino

Chair: Lisa V. Ibanez


Hierarchical Clustering of Face Scanning in 6-month
Old Infants at High-Risk for Autism Reveals
Associations with Social Deficits at 24-months
Frederick Shic, Daniel Campbell, Suzanne Macari,
Katarzyna Chawarska



Decline in Social Communication Between 6 and 14
months in Infants with Autism
Rebecca Landa



Early Referential Communication Predicts Autism
Symptomatology in High-Risk Infants
Lisa Ibanez, Caroline Grantz, Wendy Stone, Devon
Gangi, Daniel Messinger



Joint Attention and its Relations to Language
Development in Infants at Risk for ASD
Brigid McCarthy, Mithi Del Rosario, Marian Sigman,
Scott Johnson, Ted Hutman

(Event 2-082) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-080) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-082. Children's Learning from Interactive
Screen Media

2-080. Bridging moral and cognitive
development: How cognitive and social
understanding informs morality in early
childhood

Chair: Judy DeLoache


"Hi, Grandma": Very Young Children's
Understanding of Video Chat Interactions
Robyn Kondrad, Kasey Soska, Rachel Keen, Judy
DeLoache



Skype me! Contingent Interactions Help Toddlers
Learn Language
Sarah Roseberry, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta
Golinkoff
(continued)

Chair: Nadia Chernyak
Discussant: Laura Schulz


Social categories as markers of moral obligation in
parent-child conversation
Lisa Chalik, Marjorie Rhodes



Young children's responses to moral transgressors
Amrisha Vaish

Giving preschoolers choice increases sharing
behavior
Nadia Chernyak, Tamar Kushnir

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Ulf Liszkowski, Thomas Gruenloh

Examining Transfer of Learning Through Puzzle
Play: The Impact of Context and Dimensional
Change
Rachel Barr, Alecia Moser, Amanda Grenell,
Qianwen Yao, Chagai Mendelson, Laura
Zimmermann, Kelly Dickerson, Peter Gerhardstein



Chair: Qian Wang
Discussant: Daniel Hart

Screen-Mediated Concept Learning in Preschoolers:
Measuring Generalization and Production
Clare Sims, Eliana Colunga
The Effect of Self-Explanation on Young Children's
Understanding of Relational Nouns
Lindsay Taraban, Catharine Echols
Asymmetries in Allocation of Attention in Analogical
Reasoning
Nina Simms, Dedre Gentner

Canadian Adolescents' Judgments and Reasoning
about Hypothetical Community Service Programs
Justin McNeil, Charles Helwig



"Because you need to have your voice heard"
American Adolescents' Justifications for Different
Forms of Civic Involvement
Aaron Metzger, Kaitlyn Ferris, Benjamin Oosterhoff



Civic Engagement of Hong Kong and Mainland
Chinese University Students: The Roles of Social
Axioms and Life Goals
Qian Wang, Hui Zhou, Hoi-Wing Chan, Ruyi Ding

(Event 2-086) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-086. Continuity and Change: Longitudinal
Investigations of Peer Victimization

2-084. Emerging prelinguistic vocalgestural communication: variable
production relative to context and maternal
responsiveness

Chair: Lisa Rosen
Discussant: David Schwartz

Chair: Julie Gros-Louis

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"Show and Tell": Preschoolers' Sensitivity to Others'
Knowledge When Selecting Evidence in Service of
Teaching
Elizabeth Bonawitz, Madeline Hanson, Alison Gopnik

(Event 2-084) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Prelinguistic infants vocal production varies relative
to mothers' responsiveness
Zhen Wu, Julie Gros-Louis

2-085. Exploring Social-Cognitive
Processes concerning Youth Civic
Engagement: Multiple Approaches in
Multiple Contexts

Chair: Dedre Gentner

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(Event 2-085) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-083. Representation, Concepts, and
Problem-Solving: Acquisition of Knowledge



Infants' gestures influence caregivers' provision of
object labels
Julie Gros-Louis, Zhen Wu

The Effects of Touchscreen App Use by Young
Children
Jordy Kaufman, Joanne Tarasuik, Leila Dafner,
Mariana Theodorou

(Event 2-083) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

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Prelinguistic Infants' Communicative Behavior: Role
of Caregiver Social Feedback
Jennifer Miller, Amanda Lossia
How prelinguistic vocalizations contribute to the
meaning of pointing

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Irritable Oppositional Defiance and Callous
Unemotional Traits: Is the Association Partially
Explained by Peer Victimization?
Edward Barker, Randall Salekin



Predictors of Peer Victimization Trajectories in Late
Elementary School: Who is At Risk?
Bridget Biggs, Eric Vernberg
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Social Victimization Trajectories from Middle
Childhood through Late Adolescence
Lisa Rosen, Kurt Beron, Marion Underwood

(Event 2-087) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-089) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-087. Implicit Cognitions and Adjustment
in Children's Peer Relations

2-089. The Role of Family Functioning in
the Emotional Development of Boys of
Color

Chair: Pol van Lier
Discussant: Marlene Sandstrom
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Chair: Patrick H. Tolan
Discussant: Oscar Barbarin

Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem Discrepancies,
Victimization and the Development of Late Childhood
Anxiety
Franca Leeuwis, Pol van Lier, Daan Creemers, Hans
Koot



Working Hard or Hardly Working: Implicit SelfAttitudes and Discrepancy between Teen and Friend
in Friendship Maintenance Efforts
Lauren Molloy, Megan Schad, Samantha Magaro,
Joseph Allen



Implicit and Explicit Peer Perceptions: Associations
with Internalizing Tendencies
Tessa Lansu, Antonius Cillessen

Psychopathic Personality Traits Moderate Peer
Influence on Violence Involving Weapons
Maarten van Zalk, Nejra van Zalk, Margaret Kerr,
Håkan Stattin



Stress Mitigating Protective Factors for Development
of Inner-city Youth
Patrick Tolan, Oscar Barbarin



Linking Middle Childhood Experiences to Risk
Avoidance Behavior among Rural African American
Males as They Transition into Early Adulthood
Velma Murry



Spanking among Rural African American Mothers
and Pathways to Child Behavior Problems during
Kindergarten
Amanda Clincy

(Event 2-088) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 2-090) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-088. Recent Findings on Peer Influence
Processes in Adolescent Risk Behavior:
Longitudinal Social Network Analysis Using
SIENA

2-090. The multisensory approach to
development
Chair: Andrew J. Bremner
Discussant: Charles Spence

Chair: Dawn DeLay
Discussant: Thomas A. Kindermann
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Selecting and Retaining Friends on the Basis of
Cigarette Smoking: Sources of Similarity Differ in
Smoking and Non-smoking Groups
Dawn DeLay, Brett Laursen, Noona Kiuru, Jari-Erik
Nurmi, Katariina Salmela-Aro
The Dynamics of Friendships and Victimization in
Adolescence: A Social Network Perspective
Miranda Sentse, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christina
Salmivalli, Antonius Cillessen

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Developmental changes in the perception of
audiovisual speech and language and the role of
experience
David Lewkowicz



The development of the multisensory basis of human
body representations: New evidence from brain and
behaviour
Andrew Bremner



Selective attention and multisensory perception:
Comparative evidence for four principles of the
Intersensory Redundancy Hypothesis
Robert Lickliter, Lorraine Bahrick

(Event 2-091) Paper Session
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Friday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

(Event 2-093) Poster Session 9
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

2-091. Individual and Contextual Predictors
of Adolescent and Early Adulthood Risk
Behaviors
Chair: Laurence Steinberg
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Exposure to Different Types of Violence in
Adolescence and Sexual Risk Behavior in Emerging
Adulthood
Jennifer Walsh
Childhood and Adolescent Predictors of Drunk
Driving in Young Adulthood
Jennifer Jester, Anne Buu, Eduardo Romano, Jing
Wang, Robert Zucker
Psychopathy and Intelligence: Predictors of Juvenile
Aggressive and Income Offending During a ThreeYear Follow-Up Period
Ashley Hampton, Abigail Seelbach, Laurence
Steinberg, Deborah Drabick
The relationship between empathy, affect regulation
processes and aggression: A longitudinal study of
adolescents at-risk
Roseann Larstone, Marlene Moretti

(Event 2-092) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

2-092. The Challenge(s) of Culture and
Interdisciplinarity: Attachment as the
Paradigm Case

1

Autobiographical Memory Specificity Among
Preschool-Aged Children
Amy Nuttall, Kristin Valentino, Anne McNeill,
Michelle Comas

2

Of Popsicles and Crackers: How Preschoolers
Integrate Information About Spatio-Temporal
Context in Their Memories
Jacqueline Pospisil, Christine Coughlin, Joshua
Lee, Simona Ghetti

3

Effects of Emotion on Source Memory Across
Development
Vanessa Williams, Tracy Riggins

4

Developmental Changes in Visual Short-Term
Memory (VSTM) Capacity Between Ages 3 and 8
Years
Hrag Pailian, Melissa Libertus, Lisa Feigenson,
Justin Halberda

5

The Effect of Verbal Labeling on Visual Short-term
Memory - Differences Across Age and Cultures
Susanne Lehner, Su Li, Jutta Kray

6

Working Memory Characteristics in Children With
Math Difficulties and the Influence of Intelligence
Nonye Oranu, Jenny Busch, Claudia Schmidt,
Dietmar Grube

7

Computerized Working Memory Training for
Adolescents with ADHD: A Randomized Controlled
Trial
Christine Steeger, Dawn Gondoli, Bradley Gibson,
Rebecca Morrissey

8

Working Memory Resources and Elementary
School Math Achievement: Individual Differences
in Storage and Attention
Alana Dulaney

9

Electrophysiological measures of attention during
speech perception predict metalinguistic skills in
children
Lori Astheimer, Monika Janus, Sylvain Moreno,
Ellen Bialystok

10

Which Children are More Distracted? The Impact
of Kindergarteners' Attention Skills on Math
Performance in a Disrupted Classroom
Environment
Noah Neidlinger, Lindsay Weixler

Chair: Frank Kessel
Discussant: Peggy J. Miller


Attachment Relationships: The Need for a Biocultural
Reconceptualization
Heidi Keller



"Not Yet Ripe": Cultural Models of Infancy and the
Implications for Attachment Theory and
Developmental Inquiry
David Lancy

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Attachment Theory as Cultural Ideology
Robert LeVine

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14

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16

Reduced Integrity of Major White Matter Fibers
Integrity and Its Relation to Neuro-Developmental
Performance of Preterm Neonates
Maya Weinstein, Irit Berger, Ronella Marom,
Dafna Ben-Bashat, Varda Gross-Tsur, Liat BenSira, Vicki Myers, Moran Artzi, Shimrit Uliel, Keren
Geva, Yael Leitner, Ronny Geva
Color Priming: Experience-Dependent Changes in
Infant Brain and Behavior
Teresa Wilcox
Perception of Rhythmic Grouping: an Optical
Imaging Study
Nawal Abboub, Thierry Nazzi, Judit Gervain
Child Temperament and Parental History of
Internalizing Disorders: Associations with HPA
Axis Reactivity in Middle Childhood
Sarah Mackrell, Haroon Sheikh, Yuliya
Kotelnikova, Patricia Jordan, Shiva Singh,
Elizabeth Hayden
Diurnal Cortisol Rhythms and Sleeping Patterns in
Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study of the
Transition to College
Devon Lathrop, Leah Doane
Cortisol responses to social evaluation in 10 to 15year-old boys and girls.
Maartje Zijlmans, Roseriet Beijers, Simon Mack,
Jens Pruessner, Carolina de Weerth

17

Moderation of the Association Between
Maltreatment and Depression Symptoms by the
Corticotropin-releasing Hormone Receptor 1 Gene
Adrienne Banny, Dante Cicchetti, Fred Rogosch

18

Cumulative Risk Exposure and Diurnal Cortisol
Rhythms: Moderation by 5-HTTLPR Genotype
Cynthia Willner, Pamela Morris, Dana McCoy,
Emma Adam

19

The Oxytocin Receptor Gene and Interpersonal
Stress: Exploring Associations with Conduct
Problems and Antisocial Behaviors
Erica Smearman, Dominika Winiarski, Patricia
Brennan, Katrina Johnson

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21

Genetically Informed Investigation of the Effect of
Advanced Paternal Age on Offspring Social
Behaviors
Darya Gaysina, Leslie Leve, Misaki Natsuaki,
David Reiss, Daniel Shaw, Jenae Neiderhiser,
Kate Arnold, Kit Elam, Gordon Harold
Parental Supports for the Development of
Preschoolers' Spatial Skills Through Play
Giulia Borriello, Lynn Liben

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22

Using Action and Gesture to Improve Mental
Rotation in Children
Neon Brooks, Miriam Novack, Ela Sehic, Susan
Goldin-Meadow, Susan Levine

23

Mazes and Maps: Can Young Children Find Their
Way?
Jamie Jirout, Nora Newcombe

24

The Role of Perspective-Taking Skills in Children's
Learning of Astronomical Phenomena
Corinne Bower, Julia Plummer, Lynn Liben, Kim
Small

25

Precursors to theory of mind: Level 1 visual
perspective-taking at age 2 predicts false belief
understanding at age 4.
Emanuela Yeung, Ulrich Mueller, Jeremy
Carpendale

26

Pretend Play in Toddlerhood: Its Developmental
Link to Theory of Mind and Executive Function at
Age 4
Jihyun Sung, Josephine Kwon, Hui-Chin Hsu

27

What Does Satisfied Desire Feel Like? For Young
Children, It Depends on What You Want
Craig Smith, Felix Warneken

28

Learning By Doing: Infants' Understanding of
Rational Action is Correlated with Months Crawling
Kelly Escobar, Rebecca Brand, Adrien Baranes

29

Infants' Attention to Relations Between Features in
Dynamic Events
Heidi Baumgartner, Lisa Oakes

30

Infant Speed of Processing: Measures of Global
Cognitive Ability or Separable Cognitive Skills?
Johanna Hassink, George Hollich, Laurence
Leonard

31

Emergence of Category-Based Reasoning in
Young Children: The Lure Distance Effect
Karrie Godwin, Bryan Matlen, Anna Fisher

32

The roles of comparison and function in the
categorization of novel objects in 3-year-olds
Katherine Kimura, Laura Namy

33

The interaction of supervision and category
structure in category learning: Adults, children, and
pigeons.
Hyungwook Yim, Leyre Castro, Edward
Wasserman, Vladimir Sloutsky

34

Rule-Seekers and Probability-Catchers: Effects of
Training on Category Learning
Wei (Sophia) Deng, Vladimir Sloutsky

35

Children's "Arithmetic-Specific" Interpretation of
the Equal Sign Constitutes Risk for Poor Learning
of Early Algebra
Caroline Byrd, Nicole McNeil, Dana Chesney,
Percival Matthews

36

Children's Expectations About the Coherence and
Homogeneity of Animal and Artifact Categories
Amanda Brandone

37

Nike Shoes and Running Shoes: Children's
Representation of Brand Concepts and Kind
Concepts
D. Geoffrey Hall, Stella Christie, Freeman Wu,
Angelina Lee, Kristan Marchak, Virginie Cousineau

38

Do Depletion and Motivation Affect Executive
Functioning? A Study in Children With or Without
ADHD.
Hilde Huizenga, Alette Koole, Wery Van den
Wildenberg, Reino Stoffelsen, Anouk Diekmann,
Arne Popma

39

Learning Through Doing: Using Executive
Function to Predict the Enactment Effect in
Preschool Children
Naomi Chatley, Stuart Marcovitch, Lili Sahakyan

40

Grounding the emergence of flexible rule-use in
dimensional word learning
Aaron Buss, John Spencer

41

The Long-term effect of maternal pretense cues to
guide toddlers' understanding of pretense
Naoko Nakamichi

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45

46

You Are What You Read (Or Whom You Take The
Perspective of): Children Adopt the Traits of
Characters in Fictional Narratives
Rebecca Dore, Eric Smith, Angeline Lillard
The Bully in My Mind: Investigating Children's
Negative Relationships with Imaginary
Companions
Melissa McInnis, Jillian Pierucci, Sydney Rowles,
Ansley Gilpin

47

Which Is More? Approximate Number Sense
Varies by SES in Preschoolers
Jennifer Zosh, Brian Verdine, Justin Halberda,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

48

Children's knowledge in the composition of
complex number words
Meghan Dale, Mathieu Le Corre

49

Focus on the Details! Inducing Local Perceptual
Processing Improves Child and Adult Judgments
of Numerical Sameness
Ursula Anderson, Sara Cordes

50

The effect of written numerals on preschooler's
interpretation of numerical questions
Patrick Byers

51

Moral Sensitivity in Children's and Adults' Social
Categorization
Tess Young, Karen Bartsch

52

The Influence of Verbal Flexibility and Use of
Feedback on Sociomoral Reasoning in
Adolescence
Evelyn Vera-Estay, Julian Dooley, Miriam
Beauchamp

53

Infants' expectations about giving and taking
actions: consistency, reciprocity, and
generalizability.
Denis Tatone, Alessandra Geraci, Gergely Csibra

54

The Role of SES in Problem Solving Across the
First Year
Sarah Stanger, Helen Jenne, Melissa Clearfield

55

Verbal Imprecision in Mathematical Explanations
as an Indicator of Learning
Katherine McEldoon, Ran Liu, Bethany RittleJohnson

56

Acquisition and Transfer of Tool-knowledge in 18to 24-Month-old Toddlers
Sabrina Bechtel, Sabina Pauen

57
"Someone's Being Silly": Imitation Learning Always
Involves a Broader Social Situation with Cognitive
and Motivational Aspects
Jedediah Allen

Human Infants' Expectations About Fronts, Backs
and Action Directions of Novel Agents
Mikolaj Hernik, Gergely Csibra

58

Bobo Revisited (and Extended): Examining
Medium-Specific Effects on Children's Propensity
to Imitate
Eric Smith, Angeline Lillard

Neural Measures of Imitative Learning:
Somatotopic Mu Rhythm Desynchronization Over
Sensorimotor Cortex in 14-Month-Old Infants
Joni Saby, Andrew Meltzoff, Peter Marshall

59

Does Parental Emotional Reliability Predict
Toddlers' Learning and Helping?
Ivy Brooker, Diane Poulin-Dubois

Investigating Cross-Cultural Influences on
Children's Imitation
Zhidan Wang, Ming Zheng, Rebecca Williamson

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The Effect of Familiar Emotions on the Other-Race
Effect
Ho Jin Kim, Scott Johnson

61

The Specificity of Intraindividual Variability to
Symptoms of ADHD and ASD: Results From a
Longitudinal Study
Erik Truedsson, Cecilia Wahlstedt

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The Effectiveness of Mindfulness-based Attention
Training in Treating Attention problems in Children
with Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Simpson WL Wong, Silvia Sze Wai Kwok, Fanny
Wai Fan Lam
The role of macro- and micro-level measures of
intra-subject variability and Attention-Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder symptoms in age-related
changes in conflict monitoring
Dorothy Mandell
Closing the Screening Gap: Demographic Factors
and Symptom Presentation for Toddlers who
Screen Positive on the M-CHAT(-R)
Lauren Herlihy, Bianca Brooks, Thyde DumontMathieu, Marianne Barton, Diana Robins, Deborah
Fein
Motor and Vocal Imitation in Preschoolers with
ASD, Other Developmental Delays and Typical
Development
Lauren Swineford, Stacy Shumway, Audrey
Thurm, Cristan Farmer, Kristina Butler
Interrelationships between Parents' Well-being in
Mother-Father Dyads Raising Toddlers with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Frances Martinez-Pedraza, Alice Carter

71

Language development in children with ASD: A
longitudinal study of grammar and lexicon
Emma Kelty-Stephen, Deborah Fein, Letitia
Naigles

72

Phonological Processing Abilities and the Relation
to Novel Word Learning in Preschool Children with
Specific Language Impairment
Yuchun Chen, Huei-Mei Liu

73

Metacognitive Development and Learning
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Skills for Depression
in Children and Adolescents
Catherine Herrington, Sarah Frankel, Emily
Abernathy, Jennifer Bauman, Hailee Hunt,
Katherine Korelitz, Judy Garber

74

Neurocognitive Performance in Adolescents with
Major Depressive Disorder
Sasha Sommerfeldt, Amanda Schlesinger,
Georges Han, Alaa Houri, Kathryn Cullen, Bonnie
Klimes-Dougan

75

Relations among Working Memory, Cognitive
Flexibility, Coping, and Depression in Children and
Adolescents
Lindsay Evans, Silvia Samanez-Larkin, Katherine
Korelitz, Hailee Hunt, Andrew Frazer, Judy Garber

76

Relations of Attention and Inhibition to Emotion
Regulation and Depression in Children and
Adolescents
Silvia Samanez-Larkin, Lindsay Evans, Hailee
Hunt, Jennifer Bauman, Lauren Sanderson, Judy
Garber

77

Scientific Reasoning Development and Learning
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Skills for Depression
in Youth
Sarah Frankel, Catherine Herrington, Lindsay
Evans, Katherine Korelitz, Jennifer Bauman, Judy
Garber

67

Barriers to Care for Families of Youth with Autism
Spectrum Disorders and Depression
Ami Tint, Jonathan Weiss, Yona Lunsky

68

Engaging Toddlers with Autism: Profiles of
Caregiver Strategy Use
Amy Fuller, Cordelia Ross, Amanda Gulsrud,
Connie Kasari

78

The impact of family characteristics on child
maladaptation in middle childhood
Karine Dubois-Comtois, Katherine Pascuzzo,
Chantal Cyr, Ellen Moss

69

The Diagnostic Process in Children and
Adolescents with a Pervasive Developmental
Disorder: Changes in Diagnoses Over Time
Carly McMorris, Jessica Schroeder, James Bebko

79

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Examining the overlap between early language
delays and autism spectrum disorders
Lauren Hampton, Julie Bryant, Megan Roberts

Adoption From Infancy to Adolescence:
Associations Between Temperament, Maternal
Sensitivity, and Later Externalizing Behavior
Anja van der Voort, Marielle Linting, Femmie
Juffer, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus
van IJzendoorn

80

Sex Differences in Close Peer Relationships and
Adolescent Rule Breaking Behavior
Stevie Grassetti, Joanna Herres, Roger Kobak

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Context Matters: Classroom Effects on
Externalizing Behaviors in Preschool Children
Elizabeth Cavadel

82

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Completion and
Maltreatment Re-Referrals: Another plus mark for
early intervention
Susan Timmer, Anthony Urquiza, Dianne
Thompson, Michelle Culver

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Using Screening Interviews to Predict Therapist
Performance in the Attachment and Biobehavioral
Catch-Up Intervention
Elizabeth Meade, Megan Blackwell, Caroline
Roben, Mary Dozier
Effects of a Campus-Based Therapeutic Mentoring
Intervention ("Campus Corps") for Juvenile
Offenders
Lindsey Weiler, Shelley Haddock, Toni
Zimmerman, Kimberly Henry, Jen Krafchick, Lise
Youngblade

85

Wellness and the Worried Teen: How Student,
Parent and School Goal Orientation Relate to
Adolescent Worry and Depression
Shannon Davidson, Sarah Miles, Denise Pope

86

Stress in Romantic Relationships and Adolescent
Depressive Symptoms: Moderation by Parental
Social Support
Samantha Anderson, Janet Hyde

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Predictors of posttraumatic stress symptoms
among delinquent youth: Interrelations among
gang involvement, perpetration-induced trauma,
and gender
Shannon Chaplo, Patricia Kerig
History of Childhood Trauma and Postpartum
Functioning: Affective, Biological, and
Psychosocial Associations.
Lucia Ciciolla, Kaitlyn Panza, Keith Crnic, Linda
Luecken, Nancy Gonzales

89

Reward Processing Among Adolescents At-Risk
for Depression
Sarah Romens, Emily Mischel, Seth Pollak

90

Dysfunctional Attitudes and Personal
Relationships Influence the Pathway Between
Trauma and Risk of Depression in Pregnant
Adolescents
Michelle Gilchrist, Tim Michaels, Sophie Foss,
Julie Spicer, Meghan Howard, Elizabeth Werner,
Catherine Monk

174

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Effects of Family Instability from Birth to Young
Adulthood on Psychological and Neuroendocrine
Functioning: Longitudinal Findings
Lyscha Marcynyszyn, Gary Evans

92

The Transition to School: Children's Social
Interaction Skills and Academic Achievement
Priscilla Goble, Stacie Foster, Crystal Bryce, Laura
Hanish, Natalie Eggum, Carol Martin, Richard
Fabes

93

The Transition from Middle School to High School
Among Latino Youth
Yolanda Vasquez, Alicia Ayala, Gabriela Chavira

94

Latino Adolescents' Academic Concerns and
Adjustment to Middle School
Anne Sebanc, Barbara White

95

Does Fraction Magnitude Knowledge relate to
Arithmetic with Fractions, Decimals, and Percents?
Christina Barbieri, Julie Booth

96

The Mystery of Misconceptions: Exploring How
Understanding of Multiple Components of Motion
Develops
Justin Harris, Nathan George, Nora Newcombe,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

97

Near and Far Transfer of Structural Engineering
Principles in Children's Museums
Ana Senior, Erin Wilkerson, Maria Marcus, Philip
Hoffman, David Uttal, Catherine Haden

98

Teacher-Child Relationships as Mediators of the
Success of a Portuguese National Educational
Policy for Compulsory Education
M. Clara Barata, Manuela Calheiros, Joana
Patrício, João Graça, Luísa Lima

99

Adaptation to European Portuguese of the
Student-Teacher Relationship Scale
Joana Patrício, M. Clara Barata, Manuela
Calheiros, João Graça, Luísa Lima

100

Students' Adaptive and Maladaptive Academic
Coping as Predictors of Changes in Teachers'
Motivational Support over the School Year
Ellen Skinner, Jennifer Pitzer, Cailin Currie

101

The Influence of Teachers' Beliefs on Children's
Social and Academic Development: Mediated by
Teacher-Child Interactions
Eun Hye Hur, Cynthia Buettner, Lieny Jeon

102

Relations Between Preschool Teachers' Literacy
Instruction and Children's Early Literacy Skills
Chenyi zhang, Karen Diamond, Douglas Powell

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The role of subjective SES in the family stress
model and child outcomes: Evidence from South
Africa
Erin Godfrey, Nia Gordon, Leslie Williams, Ashley
Turbeville, Linda Richter, Benjamin Roberts, Lucia
Knight, Alastair Van Heerden, Heidi Van Rooyen,
J. Lawrence Aber

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Affective, Cognitive, and Physiological Correlates
of Sensitive Parenting in an Urban Head Start
Sample
E. Stephanie Krauthamer Ewing, Carroll Izard,
Christopher Hyde, Aundrea Wilkins, Elizabeth
Cavadel, Kristy Finlon, Stacy Johnson, Adina
Seidenfeld

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Adolescents' Text Messages and Relations with
Parental Knowledge and Control
Rose Ashraf, Samuel Ehrenreich, Marion
Underwood

118

Associations Between Parental Internet
Monitoring, Adolescent Disclosure, and Adolescent
Risky Internet Behaviors
Elizabeth Yale, Aaron Metzger, Amanda Hanrahan

119

Conceptualization of Warmth among Chinese
Immigrant Mothers: The Role of Acculturation and
Child's Age
Nan Zhou, Jing Yu, Hui Jun Lim, Qianlan Zhang,
Wei Yu, Charissa Cheah

120

Childhood Obesity and School Readiness: A
Shared Developmental Pathway?
Carolyn Sutter, Lenna Ontai, Mical Shilts, Larissa
Leavens, Christine Davidson, Marilyn Townsend

121

The Mechanism by which Parent Involvement
Relates to Achievement
Ursula Johnson, Princess Cullum

Interactive Effects of Biological Sensitivity to
Context and Parenting Behavior on Child
Depression Outcomes
Katie Kennedy, Mollie Moore, H. Goldsmith

123

Examining External Assets in Adolescence in
Relation to Civic Engagement in Young Adulthood
Celina Benavides, Laura Wray-Lake

Adolescents Outsource Self-Regulation to Parents
Only When Parents are Trusted
Rosa Li, Grainne Fitzsimons

124

The Role of Parenting and Communication in the
Association Between Parent and Child Distress
After a Child's Diagnosis of Cancer
Sam Manring, Marci Eversole, Brian Misiti, Laura
Schwartz, Kathryn Vannatta, Bruce Compas,
Cynthia Gerhardt

125

Maternal Distress, Maternal Emotional Availability
at Bedtime, and Infant Sleep Arrangements at 3, 6,
and 9 months
Mina Shimizu, Bo-Ram Kim, Douglas Teti

103

Beliefs about Discipline, Teaching Practices, and
Students among Teachers and Administrators in
Taiwan
Laura Scharphorn, Shannon Wanless, Yu-Jen
Chiu

104

The Impact of Screen Media Exposure on WordLearning: How Much is Too Much?
Lauren Becker, Clare Sims, Eliana Colunga

105

"Here I Come to Save the Day!"Does Parental
Mediation Moderate Associations Between
Superhero Exposure and Behavior in Young
Boys?
Jennifer Linder, Sarah Coyne, Cynthia Garcia,
Helena Frueh

106

The Impact of Educational Television Content on
Young Children's Play
Heather Lavigne, Katherine Hanson, May Chou,
Daniel Anderson

107

Children's Recognition of Advertisements on
Television and on Web Pages in China
Mark Blades, Shiying Li, Caroline Oates

108

Social Emotional Foundations for Preschool
Children's Emerging Academic Skills
Kyong-Ah Kwon, Gary Bingham, Chae-hyun Lim

109

Predicting Academic Achievement from Effortful
Engagement across Elementary School: A Growth
Curve Analysis Using Time-Varying Predictors
Brian Galla, Jeffrey Wood

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Turkish Parents Alter their Academic Expectations
and Learning Activities at Home According to the
Child's Age
Ozlem Cankaya, Jo-Anne LeFevre, Aala Ridha

113

Examining Civic Engagement Profiles in an
Ethnically Diverse Sample of Adolescents
Qin Li, Celina Benavides, Laura Wray-Lake

114

The role of system-justifying beliefs in adolescents'
socioemotional and academic development among
native and immigrant youth
Erin Godfrey, Carlos Santos

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Marital Conflicts in Dyadic and Triadic Contexts:
Do Parental Depressive Symptoms Predict
Differences?
Tina Du Rocher Schudlich, Jessica Norman,
Briana Du Nann, Amy Wharton, Myra Block, Hilary
Nicol, Megan Dachenhausen

138

Infant Sleep Quality, Temperament, and Mothers'
and Fathers' Perceptions of Coparenting
Brandon McDaniel, Mark Feinberg

139

Parent Relationship Characteristics Associated
with Child Outcomes among LGBT Families
Amanda Kuryluk, Sarah Whitton

140

Associations Between Executive Function and
Pediatric Eating Behaviors
Audrea Johnson, Rachel Weber, Colby Wiley,
Jeffrey Liew

141

Family Violence and Emotion Regulation
Larissa Borofsky, Darby Saxbe, Jennifer Wong,
John Madrigal, Arielle Gillman, Gayla Margolin

Latino Children's BMI at 2 to 3.5 Years Predicts
Sympathetic Nervous System Reactivity at 5 Years
Abbey Alkon, Kim Harley, Torsten Neilands,
Katelyn Tambellini, Robert Lustig, Brenda
Eskenazi

142

Similarities and Differences in Adolescent Siblings'
Substance Use: Testing Convergent and Divergent
Influence Processes
Shawn Whiteman, Alexander Jensen, Zachary
Gold

Exercising the Mind: A Multi-Method Analysis of
Executive Function and BMI Among Low-Income
Minority Girls
Amanda Ward, Kimberly Burdette, Amy Bohnert,
Valerie Flores, Rebecca Silton

143

Acoustic Analysis of Spontaneous Crying by
Preterm and Full-term Infants
Yuta Shinya, Masahiko Kawai, Fusako Niwa,
Minoru Shibata, Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi

144

A pattern of cognitive strengths in preterm infants
with a history of PDA when compared to preterm
infants with no history of PDA
Sarah Ryan, Desiree de Jong, Fred Biasini, Vivien
Phillips, Ashley Evans, Myriam Peralta-Carcelen,
Laura Klinger

145

Development of Helping and Social Cooperation
Skills in High-Medical-Risk Toddlers
Elizabeth Lennon, Judith Gardner, Jennifer
O'Brien, Shevon Haywood, Michael Flory, Felicia
Balsamo, Bernard Karmel

146

Listening With Your Cohort: Do Bilingual Toddlers
Co-Activate Language Cohorts When Hearing
Words in One Language Alone?
Susan Bobb, Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Katie
Von Holzen, Nivedita Mani

147

Socio-Cognitive Correlates of Early Second
Language Exposure
Marina Kalashnikova, Karen Mattock

126

Mothers' Daily Mood Variability and Emotional
Availability During the Early Transition to
Parenthood
Hye-Young Rhee, Bo-Ram Kim, Gail Mayer,
Douglas Teti

127

The Development of Child Emotion Regulation and
Attention Control: Associations with Parenting
Stress, Parent Warm-Sensitivity, and Parent
Negative Control
Erin Mathis, Karen Bierman

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The Significance of Environmental Unpredictability
in Middle-Childhood in Predicting Adult Romantic
Relationship Quality
Sally Kuo, Sooyeon Sung, Jeffry Simpson, Vladas
Griskevicius, W. Collins
Cumulative Maternal Psychosocial and Health
Risk and Problem Behaviors among Low-Income
African American Preschoolers
Cassandra Esposito, Heather Janisse, Sara
Johns, Xiaoming Li

The Role of Siblings in Mexican American
Adolescents' Interactions with Same- and
Opposite-Sex Peers
Sue Rodriguez, Chun Lam, Kimberly Updegraff,
Susan McHale

133

Sibling Warmth and the Development of Intrinsic
Motivation in Adolescence: The Role of Marital
Unhappiness
Christina Hollifield, Ben Reeb, Katherine Conger

134

Do friends have an impact on how Latina
adolescent mothers parent their toddlers?
Stephanie Silberman, Petra Duran, Patricia
Castellanos, Erin Smith, Josefina Grau

135

Mothers' Insight Into Their Adolescents'
Vulnerability to Friendship Jealousy: Its Sources
and Links With Adolescent Adjustment
Blake Nielsen, Jeffrey Parker, Kristina McDonald

136

Coparenting in Low-Income, AfricanAmerican,
Single Mother Households: An Examination of the
Role of Social Support.
J. Claire Cook, Jean Ispa

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Monolingual and Bilingual Children's Syntactic
Awareness: The Role of Receptive Vocabulary
and Grammatical Constructions
Denise Davidson, Sandra Vanegas, Vanessa
Raschke, Ramsha Khan

149

Maternal verbal input and children's early language
development
Tamiko Ogura, Naoko Hamabe, Jyunko Hirai,
Tamami Masuda

150

How Unsegmented is Child-Directed Speech? A
Study of Maternal Speech to Brazilian-Portuguese
Hearing Infants
Poliana Barbosa, Cláudia Cardoso-Martins,
Catharine Echols, Camila Abreu

151

Increasing Parent Talk in Shanghai: Preliminary
Findings From a Collaborative LENA-Based
Language Enhancement Program
Jeffrey Richards, Yiwen Zhang, Fan Jiang, Jill
Gilkerson, Dongxin Xu

161

Parental Expectations of Their Children's
Development: A Validation Study.
Nathalie Bigras, Lise Lemay, Julie Lemire, Mélissa
Tremblay, Bénédicte Blain-Brière

162

The Construction of Moral Agency in Children's
and Adolescents' Narrative Accounts of Harming
and Helping Their Friends
Stacia Bourne, Holly Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb,
Monisha Pasupathi

163

Morality and Theory of Mind: Children's Reasoning
about Intergroup Transgressions
Megan Kelly, Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Aline Hitti,
Michael Rizzo, Melanie Killen

164

The Role of Intentions and Outcomes in Children's,
Adolescents', and Adults' Second- and Third-party
Punishment
Michaela Gummerum, Maria Chu

165

Lie or Mistake? Understanding of Beliefs and
Intentions in Deaf and Hearing Children
Ciara Kelly, Danielle Matthews, Gary Morgan,
Michael Siegal

166

Kindergarten Transition among Children with
Hearing Loss: Parents' Experiences
Anat Zaidmna-Zait, Brenda Poon, Noreen
Simmons, Deirdre Curle, Nancy Norman, Janet
Jamieson

167

Longitudinal Assessment of Bimanual
Coordination in Young Children
Alana Tunstel, Karen Brakke

168

When Less Structure Can Help: Fast Mapping
Names for Nonsolid Substances
Sarah Kucker, Larissa Samuelson, John Spencer

Development of object exploration in the second
and third year of life: An Overlapping Waves model
Ora Oudgeneog-Paz, Jan Boom, Paul Leseman,
Michiel Volman

169

Modeling early word learning, word by word, child
by child
Nicole Beckage, Carter Butts, Eliana Colunga,
Linda Smith

The development of peer action coordination
during a joint drumming task in young children
Hinke Endedijk, Ralf Cox, Sabine Hunnius, Harold
Bekkering, Antonius Cillessen

170

Human Gaze Activity Does Not Diminish Cognitive
Load during Referential Learning
Laura Mills-Smith, Robin Panneton

Socioeconomic Variations in Adolescents'
Engagement in Household Chores
Andrea Kenzer, Marcela Raffaelli

171

Using propensity score analysis to assess the
effects of increases in maternal education on
children's cognitive and behavioral outcomes
Jessica Harding, Pamela Morris

172

Parental Emotional Well-Being and Parenting
Practices Mediate the Association Between SES
and Mental Health Problems in Children
Tormod Bøe

152

Pedagogical Language in Sibling Conversations
Alexandra Was, Susan Gelman

153

Building narratives by hand: Gesture helps
children build narrative coherence
Lauren Stites, Seyda Ozcaliskan

154

Development of Multimodal Discourse
Comprehension: Integration of Speech and
Cohesive Gesture
Kazuki Sekine, Sotaro Kita

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WHO chased the bird? Narrative Cohesion
Emerges with Language Complexity
Marie Coppola, Deanna Gagne, Ann Senghas

159

Posture Organizes Word Learning in 16-20 month
old Infants
Viridiana Benitez, Anthony Morse, Linda Smith

160

An Examination of Structural and Criterion Validity
of the ECERS-R in Colombia
Laura Betancur, Carolina Maldonado-Carreño

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A Melting Pot of Ambitions: Variations in Student
Aspirations by Gender, Culture, and Immigrant
Status
Erin Kelly, Rachel Lucas-Thompson, Wendy
Goldberg, Weilin Li

174

Acculturative Resilience: The Protective Values of
Familism and Biculturalism Among Latino
Adolescents
Juan Prandoni, Alexandra Cupito, Gabriela Stein,
Nadia Huq, Laura Gonzalez

175

Latino Adolescents' Perceptions of American
Culture and Biculturalism: A Qualitative Study
Maria Iturbide, Sandra Plata-Potter

176

The Relationship between Violence Exposure and
Child Outcomes among Hispanic Immigrant and
Non-Hispanic Preschoolers
Eliana Hurwich-Reiss, Marina Mendoza, Sarah
Enos Watamura

177

Child Neglect and Neighborhood Exposure: A Call
for Innovation in Methods to Study Neighborhood
Influence on Parenting
Stephen Matthews, Sandra Azar, Michael
Stevenson

184

Personality and Social Factors in the Adoption of
Different Participant Roles in School Bullying
Situations
Tick-Ngee Sim, Lisa Ann Zhang

185

Gender Differences in the Relations between
ADHD and ODD Symptoms and Bullying and
Victimization
Michelle Hendrickson, Paula Fite, Spencer Evans,
John Cooley, Sonia Rubens

186

Peer Victimization and Efforts to Cope: How Do
Socially Anxious Adolescents Fare?
Caroline Ehrlich, Annette La Greca, Sherilynn
Chan, Whitney Herge

187

The role of group normative beliefs about
aggression and prosociality on bullying among
Chilean adolescents
Diego Palacios, Christian Berger

188

Intimacy and Distancing: When Young Women
Talk About Romantic Relationships
Jerika Norona, Avril Thorne, Madeleine Kerrick,
Halley Farwood

189

Transmission of Relationship Dysfunctions:
Examining Mechanisms Linking Triangulation into
Parental Discord and Adolescent Romantic
Relationships
Mengya Xia, Mark Lynn, Gregory Fosco, John
Grych

178

Timing of Exposure to Neighborhood
Socioeconomic Conditions and Children's
Development
William Johnston, Tama Leventhal, Sara Anderson

179

Linking Housing Cost Burden to Child and Youth
Functioning: Examining the Roles of Investment
and Stress in Low-Income Families
Melissa Kull, Rebekah Coley

190

A Longitudinal Examination of the Influences of
Parenting Processes on Mexican American
Adolescent Romantic Relationships
Danyel Vargas, Mark Roosa

180

Mental Health and Substance Use Disparities and
Potential Moderating Factors among Urban
Adolescent Lesbian and Bisexual Girls
Sarah Dermody, Michael Marshal, Stephanie
Stepp, Tammy Chung, Nina Markovic, Alison
Hipwell

191

Association between Adolescents' Intimacy
Competence and Friendship Intimacy: An ActorPartner Interdependence Model Analysis
Chong Man Chow, Holly Ruhl, Jennifer Homa,
Duane Buhrmester

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Sexual Orientation Differences in Physical Activity
Across Adolescence: Roles of Athletic Self-Esteem
and Gender Nonconformity
Jerel Calzo, Andrea Roberts, Heather Corliss,
Emily Blood, Emily Kroshus, S. Bryn Austin

Friendlessness as a predictor of adolescent health
outcomes: Assessment of a stress mediation
model
Alice Donlan, Jennifer Prescott, Jonathan Zaff

193

The Impact of Different Forms of Victimization on
Self-Mutilation Behaviors and the Role of
Protective Factors for LGBT Youth
Ryan Watson, Arnold Grossman, Stephen Russell

The Features and Functions of Preadolescent
Girls' Talk About Boys with Friends
Molly Weeks, Martha Putallaz, Janis Kupersmidt,
John Coie

194

Age-Related Differences of Friend Similarity in
Delinquent Behavior
Ashley Richmond, Brett Laursen, Håkan Stattin,
Margaret Kerr, Dawn DeLay, Shirja Dirghangi,
Cody Hiatt, Daniel Dickson, Amy Hartl, Gilly
Bortman, Lauren Shawcross

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Transition to adulthood among gay, lesbian, and
bisexual population: Generalized linear regression
analysis.
Yishan Xu, Yueqin Hu

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Measuring Emerging Adulthood Lifestyles:
Psychometric Properties of the Lifestyle and
Activities Questionnaire
Harpreet Bahia

196

Social Competence, Conflict Resolution Skills,
Emotion, and Self-Esteem as Predictors of
Aggression: A Longitudinal Examination of Young,
Urban Adolescents
Allison Metz, Julia Graber, Tracy Nichols, Jeanne
Brooks-Gunn, Gilbert Botvin

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Further Construct Validation of the Measure of
Heterosocial Competence: Confirmatory Factor
Analysis
Rachel Grover, Douglas Nangle, Jason
Prenoveau, Ethan Rothstein, Geoffrey Thorpe
Patterns of civic involvement in young Chileans
M. Loreto Martinez, Patricio Cumsille
A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Long-Term
Professional Youth Mentoring Program for High
Risk Children: One Year Follow-Up
John Eddy, Bert Burraston, Charles Martinez, Jean
Grossman, Danita Herrera, Jennifer Cearley,
Tracy Harachi
Silenced in the Foreign Language: The Effects of
Being a Linguistic Minority in the Development of
Social Competence
Hae Min Byeon, Guanglei Hong

206

The Influences of Negative Emotionality and
Regulation on Children's Guilt
Tia Murphy, Debbie Laible, Lindsay Robeson

207

Linking Early Childhood Self-Regulation to AdultChild Relationships and Adolescent Academic
Engagement
Jessica Degol, Heather Bachman

208

A Microgenetic Dynamic Systems Analysis of
Temporal Relations Among Domains of Early
Childhood Regulation
Sara Berzenski, Tuppett Yates

209

Patterns of Adolescent Regulatory Responses:
Links to Family Risk and Protective Factors and
Adolescent Adjustment
Kalsea Koss, Edward Cummings, Patrick Davies

210

Contributions of infants' characteristics early in life
to the co-construction of mother-infant interaction
Raquel Costa, Barbara Figueiredo

211

Infant Affective Response During Modified StillFace Paradigm Predicts Infant Attachment, Using
Dynamic Maturational Model (DMM)
Sohye Kim, Lane Strathearn, Udita Iyengar, Sheila
Martinez, Peter Fonagy

212

Attachment-related Differences in both Mother and
Infant Emotion Regulation and Stress Reactivity
Susan Woodhouse, Julie Beeney, Maria Larrimore

201

Parenting Patterns Across Socioeconomic
Contexts and Children's Prosocial Outcomes: A
Person-Oriented Approach
Kristen Frampton, Jennifer Jenkins, Depeng Jiang

213

Development of Attachment Security: Interaction
Between Maternal Sensitivity and Negative
Emotionality
Ya Xue, Greg Moran, Praveena Senthoor

202

Implicit Self-Esteem and Self-Concepts In
Preschoolers
Dario Cvencek, Anthony Greenwald, Andrew
Meltzoff

214

Parental Attachment Style and Adolescent Risk
Behavior: The Mediating Role of Parental
Knowledge
Jason Jones, Katherine Ehrlich, Ruth Smith, Carl
Lejuez, Jude Cassidy

203

TV viewing, involvement, parental mediation, and
mental well-being among Latino, African American,
and Caucasian children
Elizabeth McDade-Montez, Jan Wallander

215

Predicting Adolescent Relational Aggression: The
Role of Popularity, Social Intelligence, and
Resource Control Goals
Karmon Dyches, Cassandra Cross, Lara Mayeux

216

Relations of Effortful Control and Fear with Growth
in Reactive-Relational and Proactive-Relational
Aggression
Andrew Dane, Zopito Marini

217

A Contextual View on Children's Aggression and
Physiological Response
Joseph Leshin, Sara Berzenski, Christopher
Kafka, Tuppett Yates

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An Examination of Hopelessness and Self-worth
Trajectories of Young Adolescent Alcohol Users
Living in Extreme Poverty
Sara Tomek, Kathleen Bolland, Anneliese Bolland
Temperamental Commonalities and Differences in
Human Children and Chimpanzees
Esther Herrmann, Antonia Misch, Victoria
Hernandez-Lloreda, Michael Tomasello

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Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow with a joint
appointment to the Administration for Children and
Families and NIMH. Dr. Boyce continues to use these
science and policy skills for the translation and
dissemination of scientific research for children and their
families. As a licensed clinical psychologist, her service
activities include membership on the board of Safe
Shores: The Washington, D.C. Child Advocacy Center
(www.safeshores.org). She has been recently appointed
as the Co-chair for the Washington DC Mayor's Advisory
Committee on Child Welfare (2009-2012).

Friday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

(Event 2-097) Lunch with the Leaders
Ravenna A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

2-097. Lunch with the Leaders - Friday
Tables 1, 2 & 3
Leader: Cheryl Boyce

Leader: Margaret Burchinal

Biography: Cheryl Anne Boyce,
Ph.D., has been the Chief of the
Behavioral and Brain
Development Branch and
Associate Director for Child and
Adolescent Research within the
Division of Clinical Neuroscience
and Behavioral Research
(DCNBR), National Institute on
Drug Abuse, National Institutes of
Health (NIH), Department of
Health and Human Ser Services
(DHHS) since March of 2009. Previously, Dr. Boyce was
the Associate Director for Developmental Translational
Research Training and Career Development; and Chief of
the Trauma Program within the Division of Developmental
Translational Research (DDTR), National Institute of
Mental Health (NIMH), NIH, DHHS. For over a decade,
she has collaborated and consulted with Federal
agencies, research investigators, those in clinical practice
and the Nation's public regarding issues of research
training and career development, child abuse and
neglect, trauma and violence, early childhood, health
disparities, social and cultural issues, behavioral
research, translational research, developmental
psychopathology and substance use. Dr. Boyce serves
as a member of the scientific technical working group for
the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being
(NASCAW)
http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/opre/abuse_neglect/nsc
aw/) and a member of the Clinical Translational Science
Award Consortium Child Health Oversight Committee. Dr.
Boyce also co-chairs the NIH Child Abuse and Neglect
Working Group. A native of Washington, D.C., she
completed her bachelor's degree cum laude at the
Catholic University of America with University Honors in
the Social Sciences. Her doctoral studies were in clinical
psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill as an American Psychological Association (APA)
Minority Fellow and SAMHSA Institutional NRSA
Predoctoral Fellow. Building upon clinical and research
training and fellowships at the Children's National Medical
Center and the University of Maryland Department of
Psychiatry she began her Federal career as a Society for
Research in Child Development (SRCD) Executive
Branch Policy Fellow and American Association for the

Biography: Dr. Margaret
(Peg) Burchinal is Senior
Scientist and Director of the
Data Management and
Statistics Core at the FPG
Child Development Institute at
the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill and
Adjunct Professor of
Education at the University of
California-Irvine. She is
currently an associate editor for Child Development and
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, and has been a
member of The Secretary's Advisory Committee for Head
Start Research and Evaluation. She served as the
primary statistician for many educational studies of early
childhood, including the Abecedarian project, Cost,
Quality and Outcomes Study, and the NICHD Study of
Early Child Care. As an applied methodologist, she
helped to demonstrate that sophisticated methods such
as meta-analysis, fixed-effect modeling, hierarchical
linear modeling, piecewise regression, and generalized
estimating equations provide educational researchers
with advanced techniques to address important issues for
research and policy. In addition, she has pursued her
substantive interest in early education as a means to
improve school readiness for at-risk children, and is a
leading contributor to this literature.

Leader: Xinyin Chen
Biography: Xinyin Chen is
Professor of Psychology at the
Graduate School of Education,
University of Pennsylvania. He is
a Fellow of the American
Psychological Association (APA)
and the Association for
Psychological Science (APS)
and the President-Elect of the
International Society for the
Study of Behavioral
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Development (ISSBD). Dr. Chen has received a William
T. Grant Scholars Award, a Shanghai Eastern Scholars
Award, and several other academic awards for his
scientific work. His primary research interest is in
children's and adolescents' socioemotional functioning
(e.g., shyness-inhibition, social competence, depression),
social relationships, and socialization processes from a
contextual-developmental perspective. He has been
conducting, with his international collaborators, several
large-scale, longitudinal projects in Canada, China,
Brazil, Italy, and USA. His recent work has tapped the
implications of macro-level societal changes for
socialization and socioemotional development. He has
edited/coedited the books Peer Relationships in Cultural
Context (2006), "Social Change and Human
Development: Concepts and Results (2010),
Socioemotional Development in Cultural Context (2011),
and Values, Religion, and Culture in Adolescent
Development (2012). He has published a number of
articles in major journals such as Child Development and
Developmental Psychology and book chapters
concerning culture, children's social behaviors and peer
relationships, and parenting styles and practices. Chen,
X., & French, D. (2008). Children's social competence in
cultural context. Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 591616.French, D. C., Chen, X., Chung, J., Li, M., Chen, H.,
& Li, D. (2011). Four children and one toy: Social
interactions of Chinese and Canadian children with a
limited resource. Child Development, 82, 830-841.

Michael was on the research staff at Columbia University
and taught at Rutgers University. He earned his
Doctorate in Psychology (environmental) from the City
University of New York Graduate School and University
Center, and also holds M.Phil. and M.A. degrees in
Psychology from C.U.N.Y., and an M.S. in Applied
Behavioral Science/Psychology from Virginia Tech. While
at C.U.N.Y, he was a member of the Children's
Environments Research Group and was an Associate
Editor of the journal, Children's Environments Quarterly.
For more details on the work of the Girl Scout Research
Institute see: www.girlscouts.org/research Also see the
article: "Welcome to Our World: Bridging Youth
Development Research in Nonprofit and Academic
Communities"
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.15327795.2010.00731.x/abstract

Leader: Martha Cox
Biography: Martha Cox is Director
of the Center for Developmental
Science and Professor of
Psychology at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North
Carolina. She studies family
relationships and the social and
emotional development of children.
She has made methodological
contributions to the observational
analysis of family interactions. Over
the last 25 years, Martha Cox has been a Principal
Investigator for 4 longitudinal studies of families and
children from infancy through the early school years
(funded by NIMH, NICHD, NIDA, NSF, and private
foundation funds). Cox was the Principal Investigator and
Director during the second 5-year cycle of the NIMHsponsored Family Research Consortium, a highly
successful multidisciplinary program that has been
funded through 4 successive 5-year cycles by NIMH. The
Family Research Consortium supported annual Summer
Institutes, collaborative multidisciplinary research efforts,
and a postdoctoral training program. The Consortium
consisted of 12 senior scientists and was devoted to
increasing the quality of investigation and level of
collaboration in the field of family research. Major themes
of the consortium's work included socioeconomic and
ethnic diversity in family structure, process, and context;
poverty and issues in rural poverty; and relationship
processes in families. Dr. Cox was one of 10 Principal
Investigators in the multi-site, longitudinal NICHD Study
of Early Child Care and Youth Development. She is
currently the Director of an NICHD-funded predoctoral
and postdoctoral training program entitled "Human
Development: Interdisciplinary Research Training". She is
the PI of the Family Processes Project of the Family Life
Program Project funded by NICHD and NIDA. She is the
PI of the NSF-funded North Carolina Child Collaborative,
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Leader: Michael Conn
Biography: Michael Conn,
Ph.D., is Vice President,
Research, Girl Scout
Research Institute, at Girl
Scouts of the USA in New
York. Michael was the
founding Director of the Girl
Scout Research Institute,
launched in September 2000,
which significantly broadened
the organization's research
agenda. Michael has
extensive experience in creative research design, original
research, program evaluation, outcome measurement for
non-profits, and management of a complex research
department. He is also the co-chair of the National
Collaboration for Youth Research Group (National
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funded under the NSF IRADS initiative. Cox, M.J., MillsKoonce, R., Propper, C., & Gariepy, J.L. (2010) Systems
theory and cascades in developmental psychopathology.
Development and Psychopathology, 22, 497-506.
Burchinal, M., Cox, M.J., & Vernon-Feagans, L. & The
Family Life Project Key Investigators. (2008). Cumulative
social risk and infant development in rural, low income
communities. Parenting: Science and Practice, 8, 41-69.

Family 72: 1-18. Crosnoe, Robert, Tama Leventhal, R.J.
Wirth, Kim Pierce, Robert C. Pianta, and the NICHD Early
Child Care Network. 2010. "Family Socioeconomic Status
and Consistent Environmental Stimulation in Early
Childhood." Child Development 81: 974-989. Crosnoe,
Robert. 2009. "Family-School Connections and the
Transitions of Low-Income Youth and English Language
Learners from Middle School into High School."
Developmental Psychology 45: 1061-1076. Crosnoe,
Robert. 2006. Mexican Roots, American Schools: Helping
Mexican Immigrant Children Succeed. Palo Alto, CA:
Stanford University Press.

Leader: Robert Crosnoe
Biography: Robert Crosnoe is
currently a Professor in the
Department of Sociology and (by
courtesy) the Department of
Psychology at the University of
Texas at Austin, where he is also
a Faculty Research Associate at
the Population Research Center.
Prior to coming to this position,
he received his Ph.D. in
Sociology from Stanford
University and completed postdoctoral fellowships at the Center for Developmental
Science and Carolina Population Center, both at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Crosnoe's
research primarily focuses on the ways in which the
educational pathways of children and adolescents are
connected to their general health, development, and
personal relationships and how this connection can be
leveraged to explain and address demographic
inequalities in schooling, especially those related to
socioeconomic status and Mexican immigration. This
research has been funded by multiple grants from the
National Institute of Child Health and Human
Development and by private foundations and
organizations, including William T. Grant, American
Educational Research Association, and Foundation for
Child Development, and it has been published in interdisciplinary journals in psychology, sociology, education,
public health, and pediatrics. Dr. Crosnoe is also one of
the Co-PIs of the long-running NICHD Study of Early
Child Care and Youth Development. Over the past
several years, Dr. Crosnoe received the Early Career
Award from the Society for Research in Child
Development, the Children and Youth Section of the
American Sociological Association, and the Society for
Research on Human Development. He also was awarded
the Faculty Scholar Award from the William T. Grant
Foundation and the Changing Faces of America's
Children fellowship from the Foundation for Child
Development and completed a fellowship year at the
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.
Crosnoe, Robert. (in press). Fitting In, Standing Out:
Navigating the Social Challenges of High School to Get
an Education. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Crosnoe, Robert and Shannon E. Cavanagh. 2010.
"Families with Children and Adolescents: A Review,
Critique, and Future Agenda." Journal of Marriage and

Leader: Kenneth Dodge
Biography: Kenneth A. Dodge is
the William McDougall Professor of
Public Policy, Psychology and
Neuroscience and Director of the
Center for Child and Family Policy
Center at Duke University. He
received his B.A. in Psychology
from Northwestern University and
his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
from Duke University. Dr. Dodge
studies how antisocial behavior
develops across the life span, how
it can be prevented in high-risk children and families, and
how communities can implement policies to prevent
violent outcomes. He is a Principal Investigator of the
Fast Track randomized controlled trial and the Durham
Family Initiative, and he is the recipient of a Senior
Scientist Award from the National Institute on Drug
Abuse. Dodge, K. A. (2009). Community intervention and
public policy in the prevention of antisocial behavior.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50(1-2), 194200. Dodge K. A., Greenberg M. T., Malone, P. S. (2008).
Testing an idealized dynamic cascade model of the
development of serious violence in adolescence. Child
Development, 79(6), 1907-1927. Dodge, K. A. (2008).
Framing public policy and prevention of chronic violence
in American youths. American Psychologist, 63(7), 573590.

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particular attention to teenagers from immigrant Asian
and Latin American backgrounds. Receiving his Ph.D. in
Developmental Psychology at the University of Michigan,
he was a recipient of the American Psychological
Association's Boyd McCandless Award for Early Career
Contribution to Developmental Psychology, a William T.
Grant Faculty Scholars Award, a FIRST award from
NICHD, and he is a Fellow in the American Psychological
Association and the Association for Psychological
Science. Dr. Fuligni currently is an Associate Editor of the
journal Child Development.

(Event 2-099) Lunch with the Leaders
Ravenna C (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

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Leader: Greg Duncan
Biography: Greg Duncan is
Distinguished Professor in the
Education Department of the
University of California, Irvine.
Between 1995 and 2008, he was
the Edwina S. Tarry Professor in
the School of Education and Social
Policy and Faculty Affiliate in the
Institute for Policy Research at
Northwestern University. He was
awarded a Ph.D. in Economics
from the University of Michigan in
1974. Duncan has published extensively on issues of
income distribution, child poverty, and child development.
He is co-author with Aletha Huston and Tom Weisner of
Higher Ground: New Hope for the Working Poor and
Their Children (2007) and co-editor with Lindsay Chase
Lansdale of For Better and for Worse: Welfare Reform
and the Well-Being of Children and Families (2001). With
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Dr. Duncan co-edited two books
on neighborhood poverty and child development:
Consequences of Growing up Poor (Russell Sage, 1997)
and the two-volume Neighborhood Poverty (Russell
Sage, 1997), which was also co-edited with Lawrence
Aber. He continues to study the effects of family and
neighborhood poverty on the development of children and
adolescents and how skills and behaviors children
develop affect their later attainments. Dr. Duncan was
elected president of the Population Association of
America for 2007-08 and president of the Society for
Research in Child Development for 2009-2011. He is an
elected member of the American Academy of Arts and
Sciences, the National Academy of Education, and the
National Academy of Science.

Leader: Christina Groark
Biography: Christina J. Groark,
Ph.D., is Co-Director of the
University of Pittsburgh Office of
Child Development (OCD) and
Associate Professor of Education.
She received her B.A. from Alliance
College and her M.Ed. and Ph.D.
from the University of Pittsburgh in
Early Childhood Special Education.
She has expertise ranging from
applied issues of children, youth,
and families, especially of those in
urban and low-income communities. Her career has been
devoted to improving the lives of all children, including
institutionalized children, children with severe mental and
physical disabilities, at-risk children, and helping children
by focusing on the entire family and care-giving
environment. Her service, training, research, and project
development activities have focused on prenatal care,
infant mortality and morbidity, early intervention services,
foster and adoptive care, special education, child
development, research and service demonstrations
projects for families in low-income neighborhoods,
program evaluation, program management, policy
development, and strategic planning for nonprofits.
Internationally, she is working on examining orphanages
through projects in the Russian Federation, El Salvador,
and Nicaragua. In addition, Groark has been a consultant
to many national and international programs, funders,
policy makers, and universities. She is responsible for
several collaborative programs working on behalf of
children and families, such as Early Head Start, Family
Services System Reform, and the Starting Points
Program. She is the author of many articles and book
chapters in the areas of university-community
collaborations, improved interventions in orphanages,
applied developmental psychology, and early
intervention, and is a consulting editor of the Journal of
the International Association of Special Education. Groark
was given the University of Pittsburgh Chancellor's Award
for Distinguished Contributions to Public Service in 2004
and the University of Pittsburgh School of Education's
Faculty Research Award in 2009. Groark, C. J., McCall,
R. B., & Li, J. (2009). Characterizing the status and
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Leader: Andrew Fuligni
Biography: Andrew J. Fuligni,
Ph.D., is Professor in the
Department of Psychiatry and
Biobehavioral Sciences and the
Department of Psychology. He also
is a Senior Scientist in the Semel
Institute for Neuroscience and
Human Behavior. Dr. Fuligni's
research focuses on adolescent
development among culturally and
ethnically diverse populations, with

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progress of a country's child welfare reform. International
Journal of Child and Family Welfare, 12(4), 145-160.
McCall, R. B., Groark, C. J., Fish, L. & the Whole Child
International Evaluation Team (in press). A socialemotional intervention in a Latin American orphanage.
Infant Mental Health Journal.

University of New York in 1971 in developmental
psychology. Lerner has more than 500 scholarly
publications, including more than 70 authored or edited
books. He was the founding editor of the Journal of
Research on Adolescence and of Applied Developmental
Science, which he continues to edit. He was a 1980-81
fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral
Sciences and is a fellow of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science, the American Psychological
Association, and the Association for Psychological
Science.

Leader: Paul Harris
Biography: Paul Harris is a
developmental psychologist with
interests in the development of
cognition, emotion and
imagination. After studying
psychology at Sussex and
Oxford, he taught at the
University of Lancaster, the Free
University of Amsterdam and the
London School of Economics. In
1980, he moved to Oxford where
he was Professor of
Developmental Psychology and Fellow of St John's
College. In 2001, he migrated to Harvard where he holds
the Victor S. Thomas Professorship of Education. He is a
Fellow of the British Academy and of the Norwegian
Academy of Science and Letters. For 2006-2007, he
received a Guggenheim award. His book on children's
play and imagination - ‘The Work of the Imagination' appeared in 2000 (Blackwell). He is currently studying
how young children learn about history, science and
religion on the basis of what trusted informants tell them,
rather than from first-hand observation. His latest book ‘Trusting what you're told: How children learn from
Others' - describes this recent research was published by
Harvard University Press (May, 2012).

Leader: Tama Leventhal
Biography: Dr. Tama Leventhal
is a developmental psychologist
who has spent the past ten
years in policy and applied
academic settings. She is
currently an Associate Professor
in the Eliot-Pearson Department
of Child Development at Tufts
University. She received her
degree (with distinction) from
Teachers College, Columbia
University. Her primary research
focus is the role of neighborhood contexts in the lives of
children, youth, and families. Related areas of work
center on the home environment, housing, and residential
mobility. She has been a Co-Investigator on most of the
leading experimental and non-experimental neighborhood
studies including the Moving to Opportunity for Fair
Housing Demonstration (MTO), the Yonkers Family and
Community Project, and the Project on Human
Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN). She
was an Adolescence Investigator for Phase IV of the
NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth
Development, which followed this birth cohort through 15
years of age, and is one of several investigators
continuing to follow this cohort through their early 20s.
Leventhal was formerly a U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development Postdoctoral Urban Scholar and
a William T. Grant Scholar. She is currently a member of
the MacArthur Network on Housing and Families with
Children and a Foundation for Child Development
Changing Faces of America's Children Young Scholar.

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Friday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

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Leader: Frederick Morrison

Leader: Richard Lerner

Biography: Frederick J. Morrison,
Ph.D., is currently Professor of
Psychology, and Professor in the
Combined Program in Education
and Psychology at the University
of Michigan. In recent years, his
research has focused on
understanding the nature and
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Biography: Richard M. Lerner is
the Bergstrom Chair in Applied
Developmental Science and the
Director of the Institute for Applied
Research in Youth Development at
Tufts University. He went from
kindergarten through Ph.D. within
the New York City public schools,
completing his doctorate at the City

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Leader: Daniel Shaw

sources of children's cognitive, literacy, and social
development over the school transition period. The work
ranges from conducting basic research studies utilizing
natural experiments and large-scale longitudinal
descriptive studies of children's developmental
trajectories to developing, implementing, and evaluating
two major interventions aimed at improving children's
learning during the preschool and early school years.

Biography: Dr. Daniel Shaw is
the Director of the Pitt Parents
and Children Laboratory. He
also serves as Professor and
Chair of the Department of
Psychology at the University of
Pittsburgh, with joint
appointments in the School of
Medicine and Center for Social
and Urban Research. Since
receiving his Ph.D. in child
clinical and developmental
psychology from the University of Virginia in 1988, his
primary interest has been studying the development and
prevention of early problem behavior among at-risk
children. He currently leads or co-directs five NIH-funded,
longitudinal studies investigating the early antecedents
and prevention of childhood conduct problems and
substance use. His most recent work applies an
ecologically- and developmentally-informed intervention
for low-income toddlers at risk for early conduct
problems, while also continuing to follow a cohort of lowincome boys from infancy through young adulthood, and
using neuroscientific and genetic methods to further
advance our understanding of the development and
prevention of early-starting problem behaviors. For his
conceptual and empirical work on the development of
young children's conduct problems, he was awarded the
Boyd McCandless Young Scientist Award by APA's
Division of Developmental Psychology in 1995. For his
mentoring of trainees, he was also recently awarded the
Friend of Early Career Preventionist Network Award by
the Society for Prevention Research (2011). Dr. Shaw
also is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological
Science (APS) and APA's Division 53 on Child and
Adolescent Clinical Psychology (2005). He has held a
Research Scientist Award from the National Institute of
Mental Health or National Institute on Drug Abuse since
1999 (funded through 2014), is Associate Editor of the
journal, Development and Psychopathology, has served
on several editorial boards of journals (e.g., Child
Development, Developmental Psychology), and has been
a member of several expert panels convened by NIH and
HHS. Dr. Shaw has published extensively on risk factors
associated with the development and prevention of
conduct problems from early childhood through
adolescence.

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Leschi (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

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Leader: Robert Pianta
Biography: Robert C. Pianta is
Dean of the Curry School of
Education at the University of
Virginia. He also holds positions
as the Novartis Professor of
Education, Director of the Curry
School's Center for Advanced
Study of Teaching and Learning
(CASTL), Professor of
Psychology at the UVa College
of Arts & Sciences, and Director
of the National Center for
Research in Early Childhood Education. Pianta's
research and policy interests focus on teacher-student
interactions and relationships and on the improvement of
teachers' contributions to students' learning and
development. He is the author of more than 250 articles,
50 book chapters, and 10 books, and has been a
principal investigator on research and training grants
totaling over $55 million. He served as the editor of the
Journal of School Psychology from 1999 to 2007. Among
other research measures and instruments, Pianta is the
creator of an observational assessment of teacherstudent interactions known as theClassroom Assessment
Scoring System™ or CLASS, with versions for use with
infants through twelfth grade students, all of which have
been shown to capture features of teacher-student
interactions that contribute to learning and development.
CLASS is used by every Head Start program in the
country, affecting 50,000 teachers and over half a million
students. Pianta has also developed a series of proveneffective professional development supports engineered
to improve teachers' effectiveness in the classroom.
Called MyTeachingPartner™ or MTP, these supports
include a web-mediated approach to individualized
coaching on teacher-student interactions, a video library
of effective interactions, and a college course.

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Leader: Selcuk Sirin

Psychopathology. An internationally recognized expert on
early attachment relationships, emotional development,
and developmental psychopathology, he has published
seven books and 140 articles on these and related topics.
His awards include the Distinguished Scientific
Contribution Award from the Society for Research in
Child Development, the Bowlby Ainsworth Award for
Contributions to Attachment Research, the G. Stanley
Hall Award for Distinguished Scientific Contribution to
Developmental Psychology (2007) and the Mentor Award
(2013) from Division 7 of the American Psychology
Association, an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the
University of Leiden, and the Distinguished Teaching
Award from the College of Education, University of
Minnesota. For further information:
education.umn.edu/icd/parent-child/default.html Sroufe,
L. A., Egeland, B., Carlson, E., & Collins, W. A. (2005).
The development of the person: The Minnesota Study of
Risk and Adaptation from Birth to Adulthood. New York:
Guilford Press. Sroufe, L. A., Egeland, B., & Kreutzer, T.
(1990). The fate of early experience following
developmental change: Longitudinal approaches to
individual adaptation in childhood. Child Development,
61, 1363-1373.

Biography: Selcuk R. Sirin is
an Assistant Professor in the
Department of Applied
Psychology at New York
University. His research
primarily focuses on the lives of
immigrant and minority children
and ways to increase school
professionals' ability to better
serve them. He conducted a
major meta-analytical review of
research on socioeconomic status-achievement relations
and is currently conducting the first meta-analysis on the
immigrant paradox (with Amy Marks). He is also
interested in the study of "hyphenates identities" that
explores how young people negotiate their sense of
belonging across contentious political contexts, such as
Muslim immigrants in the United States and young people
in Turkey. Dr. Sirin's book with Dr. Michelle Fine, entitled
Muslim American Youth: Understanding Hyphenated
Identities through Multiple Methods was published from
the NYU Press. He currently runs two separate
longitudinal studies, one tracking more than 500
adolescents attending urban high schools and the other
tracking 200 children of immigrants attending elementary
schools. Dr. Sirin is the recipient of a Young Scholar
Award from the Foundation for Child Development for his
project on children of immigrants, and Review of
Research Award from the American Educational
Research Association (AERA) given in recognition of an
outstanding article.

Leader: Louisa Tarullo
Biography: Louisa Banks Tarullo
is an associate director of research
at Mathematica Policy Research in
Washington, DC, with more than 20
years of experience in early
childhood research, focusing on
children at risk. An expert in
programs and policies to support
optimal development and learning
in children from birth through the
early school years, Tarullo serves
as Mathematica's area leader for
early care and education policy. She directs a design
project exploring the relationships between child
outcomes and quality features, dosage, and thresholds in
early care settings (Q-DOT), and also leads an initiative
to develop and test a new measure of caregiver-child
interaction in infant-toddler care (Q-CCIIT). As principal
investigator for the multi-cohort Head Start Family and
Child Experiences Survey (FACES), Tarullo brings indepth knowledge of what factors in home, school, and
neighborhood environments contribute to children's
healthy cognitive and social-emotional development.
FACES follows a nationally representative sample of
Head Start children from program entry through
kindergarten, assessing their progress in language,
literacy, mathematics, and social skills. She is also
principal investigator for a project to redesign the study to
better meet emerging policy needs. Tarullo previously
directed a quality assurance review of Head Start's child
assessment system, which produced a toolkit of materials
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Leader: Alan Sroufe
Biography: Alan Sroufe Professor
Emeritus of Child Psychology in the
Institute of Child Development at
the University of Minnesota.
Professor Sroufe received his Ph.D.
in Clinical Psychology from the
University of Wisconsin with a
clinical internship at the Langley
Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute.
Dr. Sroufe has been an Associate
Editor of Developmental
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to support programs in the use of developmentally
appropriate assessment practices. She has also had key
roles on an impact analysis of preschool curricula, studies
of Early Head Start programs, and a synthesis of
evidence-based practices in Head Start. Tarullo joined
Mathematica in 2004 after 15 years as a researcher at
the National Institutes of Health and the Administration for
Children and Families. An active member of the Society
for Research in Child Development, she served as a
member of its Policy and Communications Committee,
with oversight for its policy fellowship program. She has
published in Developmental Psychology, Early Education
and Development, the Handbook of Clinical Child
Psychology, and the Blackwell Handbook of Early
Childhood Development. She holds an Ed.D. in human
development and psychology from Harvard University.
Hulsey, Lara, Nikki Aikens, Ashley Kopack, Jerry West,
Emily Moiduddin, and Louisa Tarullo. "Head Start
Children, Families, and Programs: Present and Past Data
from FACES." OPRE Report 2011-33a. Washington, DC:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
December 2011.

L., Kennedy, D. E., & Jackey, L. M. H. (2010). The
development of sibling jealousy. In M. Legerstee & S.
Hart (Eds). The handbook of jealousy: Theory, research,
and multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 387-417). WileyBlackwell Publishers.

Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-100) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-100. Mindfulness in children: The effects
of training studies in low- and high-risk
samples
Chair: Elisa A. Esposito
Discussant: Silvia A. Bunge

Leader: Brenda Volling
Biography: Brenda L. Volling,
Ph.D., is currently Director and
Research Professor at the Center
for Human Growth and
Development and Professor of
Psychology at the University of
Michigan. Her research focuses on
young children's social and
emotional development and the role
of family relationships in facilitating
children's developmental outcomes.
She has examined the
interrelations between marital, parent-child and sibling
relationships in numerous studies, and is particularly
interested in father-child relationships and the role of
fathers in families. She is the Principal Investigator of the
Family Transitions Study, a longitudinal investigation of
changes in the firstborn's adjustment and family
functioning after the birth of a second child, which has
received funding from the National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the Fetzer
Foundation. She was the recipient of an Independent
Scientist Award from NICHD and received a Faculty
Recognition Award for outstanding research, teaching
and service at the University of Michigan. She is also a
Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. Dr.
Volling received her Ph.D. in Human Development and
Family Studies at Penn State University and completed a
post-doctoral fellowship at the Carolina Consortium on
Human Development at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill. Volling, B. L. (2012). Family transitions
following the birth of a sibling: An empirical review of
changes in the firstborn's adjustment. Psychological
Bulletin, 183, 497-528. doi: 10.1037/a0026921. Volling, B.

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Benefits of Mindfulness Training in Early Childhood
Anna Johnson, Kristen Lyons, Philip Zelazo



Applications of a Mindfulness-based Curriculum in
Early Education
Lisa Flook, Richard Davidson



The Effects of Mindfulness and Executive Function
Skills Trainings on Post-Institutionalized Children
Jamie Lawler, Elisa Esposito, Colleen Doyle, Anna
Johnson, Megan Gunnar

(Event 2-101) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-101. Motivation and Engagement in the
School Context: Developmental Influences
and Implications
Chair: Philip D. Parker
Discussant: Jacquelynne S. Eccles

187

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School Engagement and Certainty in Aspirations for
Continuing in Education
Leslie Gutman, Ingrid Schoon



Factor Structure, Discriminant and Convergent
Validity & the Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect: A
Comparison of USA and Saudi Arabian TIMSS
Responses
Herbert Marsh, Adel Abduljabbar, Faisal Abdelfattah,
Alexandre Morin, Philip Parker, Benjamin Nagengast
(continued)

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Study engagement and burnout from high school to
beyond: A person-centered approach
Katariina Salmela-Aro, Heta Tuominen-Soini

(Event 2-102) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-102. Parenting Risk and Protective
Factors for Mexican and Mexican American
Adolescents' Adjustment

Parenting in Context: Validation of the Mexican
Parenting Questionnaire for Adolescents (MPQ-A)
among Adolescents in Mexico
Linda Halgunseth, Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez,
Brian Armenta



The Role of Parental Knowledge and Differential
Treatment in the Sexual Behavior of Adolescents in
Mexico
Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez, Brian Armenta, Katie
Hutchins

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Ethnicity Moderates the Association between Social
Adjustment and Academic Achievement among Early
Adolescents
Mylien Duong, David Schwartz, Carolyn McCarty

2-104. Contextual Amplification During
Puberty and Beyond: Longitudinal
Examinations of Context and Emotional
and Behavioral Outcomes
Chair: Julianna Deardorff

Maternal Intrusiveness and Negative Emotionality
Predict Adjustment in Mexican-, European-, and
African-American Early Adolescents
Gustavo Carlo, Cara Streit, Jean Ispa, Erin
Harmeyer, Chang Su
Family Relationships and Ethnic Identity: A PersonCentered Approach to Predicting Mexican-Origin
Late Adolescents' Adjustment
Arielle Deutsch, Sarah Killoren, Gustavo Carlo

(Event 2-103) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-103. Relational Contexts of Academic
Functioning in Elementary and Middle
School
Chair: Michael T. Morrow
Discussant: Gary W. Ladd
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Victimization Risk and Protection in Multiple
Relational Contexts: School Adjustment Trajectories
and the Middle School Transition
Eric Buhs, Emily Griese, Kathleen Rudasill, Irina
Kalutskaya, Meredith Hope

(Event 2-104) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Linda C. Halgunseth
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

Relations Among Multiple Types of Peer
Victimization, Reactivity to Peer Victimization, and
Academic Achievement in Fifth-grade Boys and Girls
Michael Morrow, Julie Hubbard, Lauren Troy

188



Timing of Pubertal Onset, Neighborhood Safety and
Girls' Depressive Symptoms: A Test of Contextual
Amplification
Julianna Deardorff, John Paul Ekwaru, Robert Hiatt,
Irene Yen, Gayle Windham, Lawrence Kushi



Contextual Amplification or Attenuation of Pubertal
Timing Effects on Mental Health among Mexican
American Boys
Rebecca White, Yu Liu, Julianna Deardorff, Nancy
Gonzales



Interpersonal Relationships of Early Maturing Youth:
How Maltreatment may Disrupt Developmental
Pathways
Sonya Negriff, Penelope Trickett



Depression and Adolescent Relationship Contexts:
Rethinking the Relevant Paths
Jane Mendle, Sarah Moore, K. Paige Harden

(Event 2-105) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-107) Paper Session
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-105. Language Brokering and ParentChild Relationships in Immigrant Families

2-107. Physical Discipline and Corporal
Punishment: Prevalence, Correlates, and
Influences on Children's Development

Chair: Yishan Shen
Discussant: Robert S. Weisskirch

Chair: Jennifer E. Lansford



Language Brokering Fosters Respect for Mother:
Mediating Effect of Perceived Maternal Sacrifice and
Moderating Effect of Communication
Yishan Shen, Su Yeong Kim, Yijie Wang



Investigating the use of Corporal Punishment on
African American Children's Internalizing and
Externalizing Behaviors: A Meta-Analytic Approach
Anthony James, Duane Rudy



Language Brokering, Parental Praise, Criticism and
Regard among Young Adults from Immigrant
Backgrounds
Shu-Sha Guan, Jia Shen



Analog of Parental Empathy: Association with
Physical Child Abuse Risk and Punishment
Intentions
Christina Rodriguez



Language Brokering: A Study of Context and Family
Dynamics
Afaf Nash



The Effect of Physical Discipline on Bullying and
Victimization: Ethnic Family Environment and
Disciplinary Contexts as Moderators
Yoona Lee, Malcolm Watson, Xiaodong Liu

(Event 2-106) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-108) Paper Session
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-106. The Social Nature of Children's
Morality

2-108. Preschool Psychopathology, the
Development of Self-control, Disruptions in
Parent-Child Relationships, and
Environmental Context

Chair: Gil Diesendruck
Discussant: Paul Bloom


Probing the Developmental Roots of Reward and
Punishment: Studies with 5- and 20-month-olds
J. Kiley Hamlin

Chair: Douglas M. Teti



The Development of Fairness Considerations in
Costly Sharing Situations
Felix Warneken, Patricia Kanngiesser, Elizabeth
Letvin



Emotional and behavioral problems and disturbed
attachment behaviors in the institutional context
Paula Oliveira, Ines Fachada, Pasco Fearon, Jay
Belsky, Isabel Soares



Who, Whose, to Whom: The Interplay Between
Egocentric and Group Considerations in Young
Children's Resource Allocation
Avi Benozio, Gil Diesendruck



Multi-Domain Model of Risk Factors for Depression
and Anxiety Symptoms in Preschoolers: Evidence for
Common and Specific Factors
Joyce Hopkins, John Lavigne, Karen Gouze, Susan
LeBailley, Fred Bryant



Children's RSA moderates associations between
maltreatment exposure and inhibitory control:
Evidence of neurobiological sensitivity to context
Elizabeth Skowron, Elizabeth Cipriano-Essel,
Douglas Teti, Lisa Gatzke-Kopp, Robert Ammerman
(continued)

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The effect of type of maltreatment (sexual, physical)
at age 4 or prior on trajectories of externalizing and
internalizing behaviors over ages 4 to 12
Margaret Keiley

(Event 2-109) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-109. Latent Variable Models of Gene x
Environment Interaction for Externalizing
Behavior

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

The Etiological Moderation of Child Conduct
Problems by Parenting: A Synergistic Examination of
Parental Control and Parental Warmth
S. Burt, Ashlea Klahr, Kelly Klump

Linking Maternal Negative Affect with Youth's Neural
Responses to Peer Acceptance
Patricia Tan, Kyung Hwa Lee, Greg Siegle, Eric
Nelson, Laura Stroud, Erika Forbes, Jennifer Silk

Moderator: Elizabeth P. Pungello
Panelists: Lauren Martin, Andre Dukes, Angeline
Lillard, James McHale

FKBP5 Genotype Moderates the Association
between Exposure to Severe Life Events and
Children's Conduct Problems
Sara Jaffee

(Event 2-112) Paper Session
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Adolescent Antisocial Behavior and Substance Use
Problems: A Latent Class and G×E Analysis
James Li, Steve Lee

2-112. Executive Functions in At-Risk
Children
Chair: Clancy Blair


Classroom Quality in First Grade Predicts Children's
Executive Functioning Skills
Alexandra Ursache, Clancy Blair, the Family Life
Project Key Investigators



Conditional effects of cumulative risk: How executive
and physiologic regulation predicts preschool-age
adjustment
Cara Kiff, Maureen Zalewski, Liliana Lengua, Philip
Fisher

Relation Between Executive Function Development
and Processing Speed in Preschoolers Born
Moderate to Late Preterm
Amanda Hodel, Jane Brumbaugh, Kathleen Thomas



5HTTLPR Allelic Variants Moderate the Effects of
Family Adversity on Children's Basal Sympathetic
Nervous System Arousal
Nicole Bush, Maya Guendelman, Jelena Obradović,
Nancy Adler, W. Thomas Boyce

Executive Control Tasks with Hispanic Preschool
Children: Assessing Measurement Invariance based
on Language Use
Miriam Martinez, Jennifer Mize Nelson, Tiffany
Sheffield, Kimberly Espy



Iron Deficiency Is More Important than Duration of
Deprivation in Predicting Cognitive Outcomes in
Post-Institutionalized Children
Jenalee Doom, Megan Gunnar, Michael Georgieff,
Maria Kroupina, Kristin Frenn

2-110. The Impact of Familial Environments:
Integrating Biological Influences on
Emotion Reactivity and Psychopathology
Chair: Liliana J. Lengua

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2-111. Directing Traffic: From the One-Way
Street of Research-to-Practice to the TwoWay Street of Research-and-Practice

(Event 2-110) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



Bayesian Mixture Modeling to Identify GeneEnvironment Interactions Characterizing Co-morbid
Depressive and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Molly Adrian, Cara Kiff, Ann Vander Stoep, Elizabeth
McCauley, Ruth Kohen, Chris Glazer

(Event 2-111) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Steve Lee
Discussant: Jenae M. Neiderhiser
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(Event 2-113) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-113. The Complex Picture of Child Care
Use and Dual-language Learners: Diversity
of Families and Children's Experiences
over Time

Parent-Child Conversation and Hands-On Activity:
Impacts on Children's STEM Learning and Transfer
Catherine Haden, David Uttal, Maria Marcus, Philip
Hoffman, Ana Senior, Erin Wilkerson

(Event 2-115) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Allison S. Fuligni


Patterns of Subsidized Child Care and Public School
Pre-K Use in Miami as a Function of Ethnicity,
Language, Immigration, and Generation
Adam Winsler, Julie Robinson, Jordan Thibodeaux



2-115. Understanding normative and nonnormative patterns of change in teacherchild relationships in relation to child
psychopathology and academic
achievement

Child Care Experiences among Dual Language
Learners in the US: Analyses of the Early Childhood
Longitudinal Survey-Birth Cohort
Linda Espinosa, Margaret Burchinal

Chair: Jantine L. Spilt
Discussant: Jan N. Hughes



Early Child Care Use among Low-income Latino
Families: Amount, Type, and Stability Vary According
to Bilingual Status
Allison Fuligni, Alison Wishard Guerra, Dana Nelson



Cuidando Los Niños: Characteristics of Latino
Children's Early Education and Child Care
Experiences
Barbara Rodriguez, Carol Hammer, Lisa Lopez,
Eugene Komaroff, Shelley Scarpino, Brian Goldstein

(Event 2-114) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: David Uttal
SYNERGIES--Understanding and Connecting STEM
Learning in the Community
Lynn Dierking, John Falk, William Penuel, Nancy
Staus



Active Prolonged Engagement: When Does it
Become Active Prolonged "Learning"?
Margaret Evans, Brenda Phillips, Michael Horn,
Florian Block, Judy Diamond, Chia Shen



Benefits of Structural Alignment in a Museum
Classroom
Lauren Applebaum, Elizabet Spaepen, Dedre
Gentner, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Susan Levine

Trajectories of Teacher-child Relationship quality and
the Development of Children at Age 15 Years
Carolina Maldonado-Carreño, Elizabeth VotrubaDrzal



Teacher-Student Relationship Trajectories from
Preschool through Grade 3 as Predictors of
Differences in Academic Achievement in Grade 5
Linda Harrison, Jantine Spilt, Sue Walker



Which First-Grade Children are At-risk of Conflictual
Teacher-Student Relationship Trajectories
Throughout Elementary School?
Jantine Spilt, Jan Hughes

(Event 2-116) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-114. Developmental Research Outside the
Lab: Children's STEM Learning in Museums

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2-116. Development of Emotion Regulation
from Infancy to Emerging Adulthood
Chair: Peter F. Zimmermann
Discussant: Jennifer Silk


Emotion Regulation Capacities in High Risk Children:
A Longitudinal Study From Infancy to 5-Years
Halligan Sarah, Lynne Murray, Peter Cooper, Pasco
Fearon



Prospective Relations Between Expressive
Suppression, Emotional Eating, and Depression
Symptoms Among Adolescents
Junilla Larsen, Ad Vermulst, Rutger Engels
(continued)

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Emotion Regulation from Early Adolescence to
Emerging Adulthood: Age-Differences, GenderDifferences, and Emotion-Specific Developmental
Variations
Peter Zimmermann, Alexandra Iwanski

(Event 2-120) Invited Address
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-117) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-120. Modern Mediation Analysis

2-117. PTSD in Infancy and Early
Childhood: Prioritizing an Interdisciplinary
Approach for Expanding DSM-5 Diagnostic
Criteria

Speaker: David P. MacKinnon
Chair: Laurie Chassin
Abstract: Mediating variables have a long and important
history in theoretical and applied psychology because
they describe how and why two variables are related. The
purpose of this presentation is to describe the questions
mediation analysis can answer and how mediating
variables differ from moderators, confounders, and
covariates. Examples of mediation are provided including
its use in the study of early experiences on later
development and the identification of the critical
ingredients in intervention programs for children. The
statistical analysis of the single and multiple mediator
models are used to demonstrate several controversial
issues in significance testing and confidence interval
estimation. Recent results on the best method to assess
mediation are summarized. New models for longitudinal
mediation and approaches to investigate assumptions of
the mediation model are described. The presentation
ends with future directions in mediation theory and
statistical analysis.

Moderator: Jacquelyn Christensen
Panelists: Connie Lillas, Rosemary White, Sheri Hill

(Event 2-118) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-118. Rethinking Attachment and Divorce:
Facts, Myths and Dilemmas in Custody
Disputes
Moderator: Abraham Sagi-Schwartz
Panelists: Judith Solomon, Joan Kelly, Miriam
Steele, Tirtsa Joels

Biography: David MacKinnon is
a Foundation Professor in the
Psychology Department at
Arizona State University. He
received the Ph.D. in
measurement and psychometrics
from UCLA in 1986. He was an
Assistant Professor of Research
at the University of Southern
California from 1986 to 1990. Dr.
MacKinnon received the 2007
Outstanding Graduate Mentor
Award at Arizona State University. In 2011 he received
the Nan Tobler Award from the Society for Prevention
Research for his 2008 book on statistical mediation
analysis. He has served on federal review committees
including a 5-year term on the Epidemiology and
Prevention review committee. He is on the editorial board
of Prevention Science and Psychological Methods. Dr.
MacKinnon has been principal investigator on several
National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse and
National Institute on Drug Abuse grants. His primary
interest is in the area of statistical methods to assess how
prevention and treatment programs achieve their effects.

(Event 2-119) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-119. Marian Sigman's Enduring Influences
as a Scientist and Mentor
Chair: Michael Siller
Discussant: Charles A. Nelson


Attention, Autism and Life-Span Development:
Marian Sigman's Influence on the Developmental
Science of Autism
Peter Mundy, Connie Kasari



Attachment and Autism: Marian Sigman's Evolution
from Cross-sectional to Intervention Research
Michael Siller, Meghan Swanson, Ted Hutman,
Marian Sigman

Gendered Behaviors in Adolescents' Conversations:
Marian Sigman's Influence on Studying Context
During Interpersonal Interactions
Eva Lefkowitz, (Ian) Chun Bun Lam

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(Event 2-121) Invited Views by Two
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Natural Geometry
Panelist: Elizabeth Spelke
Abstract: How do we develop abstract concepts

2-121. Starting Points and Change in
Spatial Development: Contrasting
Perspectives

like seven, good, or triangle? Some have argued that
these concepts must be innate. Others argue that they
can be constructed by general-purpose learning
mechanisms. Research on geometrical concepts
suggests a third view. There are distinct cognitive
systems in the minds of humans and other animals,
shared by educated adults and inexperienced infants,
that capture different aspects of geometry. These
systems were shaped, over evolution, to solve basic
problems faced by humans and other animals. One
system uses distance and directional relationships in the
navigable surface layout to determine one's position and
heading. A second system uses angle and length
relationships among the parts of objects to determine an
object's kind or function. Children develop abstract and
general geometrical concepts by using symbols, such as
language and drawings, to combine productively the
information captured by these systems.

Moderator: Lynn S. Liben
Adaptive Combination in Spatial Development
Panelist: Nora Newcombe
Abstract: The world contains rich spatial information, in
two broad classes: external (or allocentric) and internal
(or egocentric). Allocentric cues include contours, such as
the course of a streambed; proximal landmarks, such as
a traffic cone; distal landmarks, such as a church spire;
and gradients, such as the slope of the terrain. Egocentric
cues establish spatial position from records of selfmovement. Maintaining spatial orientation requires the
flexible selection and weighting of these varied sources of
information. This combination process changes across
development. Infants come equipped with an ability to
judge magnitude in an approximate way, as well as with
the ability to perform a few kinds of motion. They modify
their use of spatial information in a Bayesian fashion, as
increased motor control augments their experience, and
as they accumulate feedback from spatial search. Such
reweighting, based on adaptive value, is contrasted with
the geometric module approach.

Biography: Elizabeth Spelke
teaches at Harvard University,
where she is the Marshall L.
Berkman Professor of Psychology.
She previously taught at MIT,
Cornell University, and the
University of Pennsylvania after
studying at Harvard, Yale and
Cornell Universities. Spelke studies
the origins and nature of knowledge
of objects, actions, number,
geometry, and social relationships
through studies of human infants, children, human adults
and non-human animals. A member of the National
Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts
and Sciences, her honors include the Distinguished
Scientific Contribution Award of the American
Psychological Association, the William James Award of
the American Psychological Society, the IPSEN prize in
neuronal plasticity, and the Jean Nicod Prize.

Biography: Nora S. Newcombe is
Professor of Psychology and James
H. Glackin Distinguished Faculty
Fellow at Temple University. Her
Ph.D. is from Harvard University.
Her research focuses on spatial
cognition and development, as well
as the development of
autobiographical and episodic
memory. Dr. Newcombe is the
author of numerous chapters,
articles, and books, including Making Space with Janellen
Huttenlocher (published by the MIT Press, 2000). Her
work has been recognized by several awards, including
the George A. Miller Award and the G. Stanley Hall
Award. She is a member of the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences and of the Society of Experimental
Psychologists. She has served as Editor of the Journal of
Experimental Psychology: General and Associate Editor
of Psychological Bulletin, as well as on many grant
panels and advisory boards. She is currently Principal
Investigator of the NSF-funded Spatial Intelligence and
Learning Center.

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(Event 2-122) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-124) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-122. Social Media, Social Kids: How New
Forms of Media are Related to Children's
Social Skills, Values, Affect and Bonding

2-124. The Effects of Father Involvement
and Co-parenting on Social Adaptation in
Toddlers and Preschoolers

Chair: B. Bradford Brown

Chair: Jean-Francois Bureau



Skills for being socially competent in a virtual world
Stephanie Reich, Rebecca Black, Ksenia Korobkova,
Anthony Wheeler



Co-parenting in married and cohabiting families and
children's cognitive and social skills: A meditational
model
Natasha Cabrera, Mindy Scott, Jay Fagan



Values and New Media: How Social Media Relates
to Preteen Values
Yalda Tehranian-Uhls, Patricia Greenfield, Eleni
Zgourou, Tiffany Truong



Fathers' Influence on Toddlers' Behavior Regulation:
Evidence From a High Social Risk Sample
Ann Easterbrooks, Maryna Raskin, Frannie McBrian



Using a Momentary Sampling Approach to Explore
the Relationship Between Adolescent Media Use and
Positive and Negative Affect
Kara Liebeskind, David Bickham, Lydia Shrier,
Michael Rich



Fathers' Reported and Observed Marital and
Coparenting Quality in Families of Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)
Agnes Ly, Wendy Goldberg



Preschool Attachment to Fathers and Mothers:
Associations With Parent-Child Triadic Interactions
and Child Socialization
Jean-Francois Bureau, Kim Yurkowski, Jeffry Quan,
Ellen Moss, Dominique Pallanca



Digital bonds: Online and offline connectedness in
emerging adults
Lauren Sherman, Minas Michikyan, Patricia
Greenfield

(Event 2-123) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-125) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-123. Interactive Influences of Child
Gender and Temperament on Early
Childhood Parenting Behaviors

2-125. Neural Perspectives on Peers:
Sensitivity of the Adolescent Brain to
Social Stimuli

Chair: Melissa A. Barnett
Discussant: Esther M. Leerkes

Chair: Darby Saxbe
Discussant: Amanda E. Guyer



Maternal Socialization of Emotion: Associations with
Child Negative Emotionality and Gender
Xin Feng, Emma Hooper

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Associations between Fear Reactivity and Mothers'
Parenting: Variations by Child Gender
Melissa Barnett, Laura Scaramella, Brenna
Sapotichne, Lucy McGoron

Neural Responses to Rating One's Own Emotions
and The Emotions of Similarly-Aged Peers
Darby Saxbe, Larissa Borofsky, Mary Helen
Immordino-Yang, Xiao-Fei Yang, Jonas Kaplan,
Gayla Margolin



Cortical and Subcortical Midline Responses to Direct
and Reflected Self-Evaluations in Adolescents and
Adults: Effects of Self-Concept Domain and Pubertal
Development
Jennifer Pfeifer, Kathryn Jankowski, William Moore,
Lauren Kahn, Junaid Merchant



Child Characteristics and Parental Engagement in
Families with Infants
Letitia Kotila, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Claire Dush

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Anhedonia and Neural Response to Peer Social
Reward in Adolescents
Erika Forbes, Kati Healey, Judith Morgan, Thomas
Olino

Girls' Aggression: What is Developing through
Adolescence
Debra Pepler, Depeng Jiang, Wendy Craig, Jennifer
Connolly

(Event 2-126) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-128) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-126. On Becoming a Parent: Novel
Methodological Approaches to
Investigating the Transition to Parenthood

2-128. Genetic Moderation of Intervention
Efficacy?
Chair: Jay Belsky

Chair: Helena J. Rutherford


Visual Attention to Infant Faces in Mothers and Nonmothers
Chloe Thompson-Booth, Essi Viding, Linda Mayes,
Helena Rutherford, Eamon McCrory



Maternal perception and regulation of infant affect:
Evidence from electroencephalography
Helena Rutherford, Linda Mayes



Maternal Sensitivity with Multiple Children: An
Application of the One-With-Many Model to the Study
of Parenting
Andre Plamondon, George Leckie, Dillon Brown,
Fiona Steele, Jennifer Jenkins



Attachment, Unresolved Trauma and
Neuroendocrine Responses in Mothers
Lane Strathearn, Sohye Kim, Peter Fonagy



Differential Susceptibility to Prevention: GABAergic,
Dopaminergic, and Multilocus Effects
Gene Brody



An examination of differential intervention effects on
substance use by specific genetic variance among
rural American adolescents.
Hobart Cleveland, David Vandenbergh, Mark
Feinberg, Gabriel Schlomer, Richard Spoth, Mark
Greenberg



Genetic Markers of Differential Susceptibility to the
Fast Track Intervention in the Prevention of
Adolescent Criminal Delinquency
Dustin Albert, Kenneth Dodge, Shawn Latendresse,
Danielle Dick

(Event 2-129) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-127) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-129. Beyond the Dyad: Mentoring as a
System of Supports
Chair: Thomas E. Keller

2-127. Developmental Patterns and
Consequences of Relational Aggression in
Girls

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Lunchtime Mentoring as Selective Prevention for
Bullied Children: Changes in Peer Support as
Hypothesized Mechanism
Timothy Cavell, James Craig



Capitalizing on the Potential of Peers in Group
Mentoring
Nancy Deutsch, Cristina Reitz-Krueger, Lauren
Molloy, Shannan Varga

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Practitioners' Perspectives on Family Involvement in
Youth Mentoring Programs
Renee Spencer, Antoinette Basualdo-Delmonico
(continued)

Chair: Sharon Foster
Discussant: Karen Bierman


Physical and Relational Aggression Trajectories as
Predictors of Adolescent Health-Risk and
Externalizing Behaviors in Girls
Kathryn Kimball, Sharon Foster, Judy Andrews



Relational Aggression Trajectories for Girls and
Boys: Associations with Internalizing-Externalizing
Problems and Peer Relations
Idean Ettekal, Gary Ladd

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Vital to the System: The Role of Parents in MentorYouth Relationships
Bahia Overton, Julia Pryce, Thomas Keller, Grace
Sutherland



The Role of Parents and Important Non-Parental
Adults in Promoting Positive Youth Development
across Late Adolescence
Edmond Bowers, Sara Johnson

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(Event 2-131) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-131. Fostering Language Development in
Head Start Preschool Classrooms
Chair: David K. Dickinson
Discussant: Erika Hoff

Mentors as role models for individuals with serious
mental illness
Michelle Munson, Andrea Cole, David Kamnitzer,
Nadia Jenefsky, Redell Creary, James Jaccard

(Event 2-130) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



Changes in Head Start Teachers' Extra-Textual
Utterances during Book Reading and Children's
Language and Literacy Outcomes
Hope Gerde, Douglas Powell



Teachers' Commenting Practices during Shared
Book Reading Sessions
Erica Barnes, David Dickinson



Word Learning Opportunities and Vocabulary
Development in Preschool Classrooms
Jill Grifenhagen, David Dickinson

2-130. The who, what, where and when of
episodic foresight development
Chair: Judith Hudson


Episodic Future Thinking in 4-Year-Olds
Tsvety Donova, Teresa McCormack

(Event 2-132) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



‘Slow Train Coming': Episodic Foresight Assessed by
a Future Perspective-Taking Task
James Russell

2-132. Resource Allocation Decisions: The
Emergence of Fairness



Preschoolers' Understanding That Preferences Differ
Over Time and Between People
Michèle Bélanger, Cristina Atance, Victoria Nguyen

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Chair: Kelly Lynn Mulvey
Discussant: Melanie Killen


Mental Time Travel in Preschool Children: Recalling
the Past to Predict the Future
Janani Prabhakar, Judith Hudson

Preschoolers Like Fairness and Those With More
Resources
Vivian Li, Kristina Olson



Acting with the Future in Mind: Investigations into
Preschoolers' Future-Oriented Behavior
Jonathan Redshaw, Thomas Suddendorf

Resource Allocation Decisions In The Context Of
Group Dynamics
Shelby Cooley, Kelly Lynn Mulvey



Social Effects on Generosity and Fairness
Peter Blake, Felix Warneken

To Have and to Hold: Episodic Memory in 3- and 4Year-Old Children
Damian Scarf, Julien Gross, Michael Colombo,
Harlene Hayne

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(Event 2-133) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-135) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-133. Using Nonindependent Peer Data
Analyses to Understand Friendship
Influence in Adolescence

2-135. Improving ECE quality by applying
universal measures in varying cultural
contexts

Chair: Christopher A. Hafen
Discussant: Brett Laursen

Chair: Saskia D. van Schaik
Discussant: Alison Wishard Guerra



Influence of the Physically Attractive: Utilizing the
Longitudinal Actor-Partner Interdependence Model
Megan Schad, Christopher Hafen, Joseph Allen,
Emily Loeb, Joseph Tan



Teacher-Child Interactions and Children's Social
School Readiness
Michelle Baldanza, Carollee Howes





Applying Stochastic Actor-based Models to Examine
the Co-evolution of Adolescent Depression and
Friendship Networks
Matteo Giletta, William Burk, Mitchell Prinstein

Reconceptualizing the Quality of Early Care and
Education: How Teachers and Children Interact in
Thai Classrooms
Promjawan Udommana, Carollee Howes

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

Why Do I Like You: Using Multilevel Modeling to
Understand Reciprocal and Unilateral Friendship
Nominations
Christopher Hafen, Dawn DeLay, Margaret Kerr,
Håkan Stattin

Applying cross-cultural findings to child care: the
importance of group processes for children of diverse
cultural backgrounds
Saskia van Schaik, Paul Leseman, Mariette de Haan

(Event 2-136) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-134) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-134. Discrimination-Related Depression,
Stress, and Coping Among Youth

2-136. Intergroup Relations in Context:
Benefits and Challenges of Outgroup
Contact in Schools Around the Globe

Chair: Stephanie J. Rowley

Chair: Jan Kornelis Dijkstra





Depressive Symptoms as Mediators of the
Association between Experienced Racial
Discrimination and Academic Achievement in African
American Youth
Devin English, Sharon Lambert, Nicholas Ialongo
Discrimination-related stress and psychological wellbeing outcomes among Latino adolescents
Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Jessica Cressen, Taveeshi
Gupta, Sammy Ahmed, Alfredo Novoa, Selcuk Sirin,
Mark Ruiz



Influence of School Context on Ethnic Identity and
Depression for Ethnic Minority Early Adolescents
Cindy Huang, Elizabeth Stormshak



The Longitudinal Influence of Skin Tone and Racial
Socialization Messages on Peer Discrimination
Distress in African American Adolescents
Elizabeth Adams, Vanessa Volpe, Beth KurtzCostes, Stephanie Rowley

197



Losing Touch: The Effect of High Rates of Crossethnic Friendship on Connections with Same-ethnic
Peers
Patrick Rock, Yueyan Wang, Jaana Juvonen



Who Picks Fights, Who is Clever, and Who Can
Never Sit Still? Intergroup Images in Context
Ylva Svensson, Metin Özdemir



Liaisons, Bridges, and Brokers: The Role of Biracial
Adolescents in Promoting Cross-Ethnic Friendships
Leslie Echols, Sandra Graham



Friendships and Ethnic Attitudes Among Ethnic
Minority Youth: The Mediating Role of Ethnic and
Host Society Identification
Anke Munniksma, Maykel Verkuyten, Andreas
Flache, Tobias Stark, René Veenstra

(Event 2-137) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 2-139) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-137. Heritage and Host Language
Learning in Three European Countries: The
Role of Parents and Peers

2-139. An International Perspective on the
Study of Friendships in Childhood and
Early Adolescence

Chair: Birgit Leyendecker
Discussant: Barbara Z. Pearson

Chair: Kenneth H. Rubin



Family Factors Associated With Vocabulary in
Turkish as a Heritage Language
Jessica Willard, Alexandru Agache, Julia Jaekel,
Birgit Leyendecker



Socioeconomic Status Relates to Reading Input and
Vocabulary in the Host but not in the Heritage
Language
Marielle Prevoo, Maike Malda, Judi Mesman,
Rosanneke Emmen, Nihal Yeniad, Marinus van
IJzendoorn, Marielle Linting



Role of Linguistic and Behavioral Culture
Competence in Perceived Social Support in
Immigrant Preadolescents
Heloise Ledesma, Brit Oppedal

(Event 2-138) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Friendship Features and Parent Support as
Moderators of the Pathways between Shyness, Peer
Difficulties, and Loneliness in India
Rebecca Etkin, Julie Bowker, Radhi Raja



Parenting, Family Relational Provisions and
Internalizing Difficulties in Argentine Children: The
Buffering Effect of Friendship Quality
Annie Schulz Begle, Viviana Lemos Lemos, María
Cristina Richaud, Kenneth Rubin



Neuroticism, Conflict, and Friendship Satisfaction in
Young Chinese Adolescents
Jennifer Wang



Social Withdrawal and Friendship in Portuguese
Young Adolescents
João Correia, António Santos, Kenneth Rubin,
Miguel Freitas, Olivia Ribeiro, Eulália Fernandes,
Manuela Verissimo

(Event 2-140) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-138. The Social Dynamics of Bullying
Chair: Amelia Kohm




2-140. Social Status in the Peer Ecology:
New Insights into Developmental
Trajectories and Variations by Context

Bystanders matter: Classroom levels of reinforcing
bully and defending victim are related to the
frequency of bullying
Christina Salmivalli

Chair: Allison Ryan



Popularity in Fifth-Grade Friendship Networks:
Selection and Influence Processes
Philip Rodkin



Heterogeneity Among Popular Boys: Subtypes and
Developmental Trajectories
Antonius Cillessen, Gerbert Haselager



IT as a Context for Cyber Aggression and
Victimization: Perception of Perpetual Audience
Kevin Runions

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

Childhood Bullying and Social Dilemmas
Amelia Kohm

Predicting Trajectories of Same-sex and Cross-sex
Elite Social Status: Differences in the Perceptions of
Teachers and Students
Wendy Troop-Gordon, John Ranney



Children's Social Status Among Peers as a Function
of Classroom Ethnic Composition
Travis Wilson, Philip Rodkin
(continued)

198

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Changes in Admired Peers during Early
Adolescence: Differences between Students in K8
Schools versus Middle Schools
Allison Ryan, Rhonda Jamison, Huiyoung Shin

(Event 2-141) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm



The Needs of Gender Variant Children and Their
Parents
Elizabeth Riley



Families with Transgender and Gender
Nonconforming Children: Health Care Challenges
and Strategies
Kate Kuvalanka, Judith Weiner



Long Term Outcomes Among Children With Gender
Dysphoria who Received Puberty Suppression and
Adolescent Gender Reassignment
Annelou de Vries, Jenifer McGuire, Thomas
Steensma, Peggy Cohen-Kettenis



Aggressive and prosocial profiles of admired
adolescents: do peer contextual factors affect who is
admired?
Christian Berger



Correlates of early adolescent friend choice order in
a Colombian sample: Interactions between friend,
individual and contextual prosocial behavior and
aggression
Lina Saldarriaga, Jonathan Santo, Ana Velásquez,
Felicia Meyer, William Bukowski



Academic performance and school adversity: the
moderating role of classroom friendship and parental
support
Josafa Da Cunha, Jonathan Santo, Lidia Weber



The moderating effects of friendship quality in the
relationship between aggression and peer
victimization in Colombian early adolescents
Lina Saldarriaga, William Bukowski, Ana Velásquez

Friday, 1:20 pm - 2:20 pm

2-142. Moving Forward: Research Priorities
for Sleep and Child Development

(Event 2-144) Poster Session 10
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 1:20 pm - 2:20 pm

Chair: Mona El-Sheikh



Research Priorities for Sleep and Child Development
Mona El-Sheikh, Joseph Buckhalt

Chair: Lina M. Saldarriaga

(Event 2-142) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm





2-143. A Latin American Perspective on
Socio-Emotional Development

Chair: Emily A. Greytak
Is it Okay to be Different? Effects of Gender
Nonconformity and School Climate on Childhood
Well-Being
Emily Greytak

Sleep-Wake Assessment in Children: Methodological
Issues, Recommendations and Future Directions
Avi Sadeh

(Event 2-143) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

2-141. Developmental Considerations in the
Lives of Transgender and Gender
Nonconforming Children



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Integrating Developmental Neuroscience, Clinical, &
Policy Perspectives
Ronald Dahl
Who Sleeps Poorly in Childhood and Adolescence?
Influence of Socioeconomic Status and Race
Karen Matthews

199

1

Anger and Selective Attention to Reward and
Punishment in Children
Jie He, Mowei Shen

2

Attentional Bias in Individuals with Different Levels
of Implicit Aggression
Shuangju Zhen, Wei Zhang, Liping Hu, Yanzhen
Zhang

3

SES does not diminish cognitive advances in a
bilingual population: A study of Singapore Malay 46 year-olds
Carissa Kang, Barbara Lust

4

Evaluating Sources of Cognitive Inflexibility in
Children and Adults
Andre Maharaj, Emily Geisler, Stephany Giraldo,
Catherine Bradley, Melissa Paz, Anthony Dick

5

Infants' Learning of Verb-Action Relations between
8 and 14 Months (Word Count 494)
Lakshmi Gogate, Mahavilatha Maganti, Claudia
Lastre

6

Relations between Visual Habituation and Infants'
Gaze Shifting in a Naturalistic Social Setting
Gina Mason, Michael Goldstein, Jennifer Schwade

7

Impact of Maternal Depression and Prenatal
Antidepressant Exposure on Infant Habituation
Whitney Weikum, Janet Werker, Linda Mayes, Tim
Oberlander

8

Young Children Benefit from Extra Time when
Performing Tasks Requiring Inhibitory Control
Daphne Ling, Cole Wong, Adele Diamond

9

Improving Children's Response Inhibition: Effects
of Active Computation, Passive Dissipation, or
Instruction?
Jane Barker, Yuko Munakata

10

11

12

13

Angry Birds? Relations Between Aggression and
Sympathetic Nervous System Activity in a Novel
Hawk-Dove Task
Alissa Forman-Alberti, Erin Reese, Juan
Fernandez, Andrew Fiore, J. Benjamin Hinnant
Relations between Conflict Appraisals, Pubertal
Status, and Stress Physiology
Rachel Lucas-Thompson
Understanding abnormal cortical activation in
infants of depressed mothers - a randomized
controlled study
Pasco Fearon, Peter Fonagy, Tessa Baradon,
Linda Mayes, Samantha Taylor-Colls, Michelle
Sleed
Exploring Emotion Regulation in Adolescence:
Autonomic and Cognitive Contributions
Andrea Hayes, Diane Stodola, Cory Burghy,
Michelle Fox, Jeffrey Armstrong, Marilyn Essex,
Richard Davidson

200

14

Behavioral and Electrophysiological Indices of
Negative Affect in Different Contexts during
Infancy
Martha Ann Bell, Kimberly Cuevas, Anjolii Diaz,
Susan Calkins, Stuart Marcovitch, Margaret
Swingler

15

Neurobiological development of audiovisual
speech perception: An fMRI study in 5- to 8-year
olds.
Anthony Dick, Catherine Bradley, Iris Broce, Byron
Bernal, Andre Maharaj, Nolan Altman

16

RSA As A Marker of Physiological Recovery from
Affective Challenge: Relations with Emotion
Socialization and Prosocial Behavior
Meghan Scrimgeour, Elizabeth Davis, Kristin Buss

17

Mother-Infant Affective Synchrony Mediates the
Association Between Maternal Depression and
Infant Vagal Functioning
Brendan Ostlund, Jeffrey Measelle, Elisabeth
Conradt, Jennifer Ablow

18

A Prospective Study of Childhood Negative
Events, Temperament, Adolescent Coping, and
Stress Reactivity in Young Adulthood
Melissa Hagan, Linda Luecken, Leah Doane,
Sharlene Wolchik, David MacKinnon

19

The Moderating Effects of Stressful Life Events on
the Association Between HPA and HPG Function
in Adolescents
Julian Simmons, Michelle Byrne, Sarah Whittle,
Meg Dennison, Michael Kaess, Nicholas Allen

20

Human Infants' Reasoning About Social
Dominance Structures
Olivier Mascaro, Gergely Csibra

21

Can Robots Own the Fruits of Their Labor? Young
Children's Ownership Intuitions Regarding Nonhuman Agents
Patricia Kanngiesser, Shoji Itakura, Takayuki
Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Bruce Hood

22

Contexts of Prior Intention Facilitate Observational
Learning of a Two-Step Task in Two-Year-Old
Children
Chi-Tai Huang, Yi-Chun Chen, Wan-Ling Chung

23

Do Thoughts of Mortality Prime Pedagogical
Concepts?
Laura Spearot, Rebecca Brand

24

The Boy Who Wouldn't Share: The Effects of Race
and Action on Young Children's Judgments of
Actors
Martha Arterberry, Brittany Hughes, Erika Hinman,
Jacqueline McLaughlin

25

Can 3-year-olds utilize observation experience to
overcome their bias to trust adult testimony?
Youngon Choi, Yeonjung Koh

26

Reducing an In-Group Bias in Preschool Children:
The Impact of Positive and Negative Moral
Behavior
Chelsea Hetherington, Caroline Hendrickson,
Melissa Koenig

37

Is Negation a Productive Morphosyntactic Form for
Children with ASD?
Christian Navarro-Torres, Andrea Tovar, Deborah
Fein, Letitia Naigles

38

Treatment Effects on Joint Engagement Improving
Imitation
Eric Ishijima, Connie Kasari

39

Sibling-mediated social interaction with children
with autism spectrum disorder
Ling Tsao

40

Dual Involvement in Bullying Perpetration and
Victimization Among Children With Autism
Spectrum Disorders
M. Catherine Cappadocia, Debra Pepler, Jonathan
Weiss

27

Children Meeting New Teachers: A Window into
Social Cognition
Suzanne Gurland

28

Does Mother Know Best? Children's Selective
Trust in a Maternal Figure Versus a Zookeeper
When Learning About a Novel Animal
Sabrina Thurman, Janet Boseovski

29

Cultural Aspects of Theory of Mind Development:
Understanding Belief and Knowledge in a Group of
Iranian Pre-schoolers
Ameneh Shahaeian

41

Do Toozles have six legs? Counterfactual
reasoning in Autism Spectrum Disorders and
typical development
Sandra Vanegas, Denise Davidson

30

Theory of mind (not necessarily) in determiner
acquisition
Nadya Modyanova, Charlotte Herzmann, Margaret
Echelbarger, Kenneth Wexler

42

Effects of a Novel Theatrical Based Intervention for
Children with ASD on Parental Stress
Deanna Swain, David Simon, Cassandra Newsom,
Lily Wang, Yanna Song, Blythe Corbett

31

Not All Mental Intentions Are Created Equal:
Theory of Mind in Middle Childhood
Nancie Im-Bolter, Katharine Bailey, Keely OwensJaffray

43

The Relation of Parenting Stress to Attention Cues
Provided by Parents of Children With and Without
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Erin Haven, Heather Davis, Beverly Wilson, Haley
Miller, Jennifer Bluhm

32

Varied Contributions of Phonological and
Orthographic Processing to Reading Fluency and
Accuracy in Typically Developing Children and
Children with Developmental Dyslexia
Sylvia Lee, Alana Curewitz, Sarah Dyer, Michelle
Kibby

44

Stress Reported by the Mothers of Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Stress Proliferation
within the Family Context
Alexandra Cram, Samuel Putnam, David Schwartz

45

Friendships in Mainstreamed Preschool Children
with Autism: An exploration study
Ya-Chih Chang, Connie Kasari

46

Importance of Adult Responsivity on the
Communication Development of Minimally Verbal
Children with Autism in Schools
Kathryne Krueger, Charlotte Mucchetti, Connie
Kasari

47

Parents and their toddlers with autism: The impact
of the MTW parent-training program
Veronica Smith, Stephanie Patterson, Erinn
Sliwkanich

48

Fast-Mapping of Noun Labels in Children with
Autism and Typical Development
Katherine Walton, Brooke Ingersoll

33

Assessing Consonant Perception and Its
Association with Reading Development in
Mandarin-Speaking Children with Reading
Difficulty
Lu-Yang Li, Feng-Ming Tsao

34

Less Impaired Phonological Skills Helps Chinese
Dyslexic Children Learn to Read English
Sha Tao

35

The relations between parental involvement,
dissatisfaction, and inefficacy and children's social
emotional functioning in early intervention
Tierney Popp, Hyun Kyung You, Yu-Jin Jeong

36

How Integrated are Production and
Comprehension of Tense/Aspect in Young
Children with ASD?
Andrea Tovar, Deborah Fein, Letitia Naigles

201

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Arab Mothers Resolution of their children's ASD's
Diagnosis: Associations with Maternal
Psychological Distress and Social Support
Nagham Baransi, Smadar Dolev, Efrat SherCensor

60

Describing and Predicting Developmental Profiles
of Externalizing Problems from Childhood to
Adulthood
Isaac Petersen, John Bates, Kenneth Dodge,
Jennifer Lansford, Gregory Pettit

50

A Longitudinal Study of Marijuana Use and Risky
Sex in High-Risk Adolescent Girls
Natacha De Genna, Tammy Chung, Alison Hipwell

61

51

The Relationship Between Foster Care Placement
Characteristics and Sexual Risk Behavior Among
Recently Emancipated Youth
Ana Blanks, Tuppett Yates

Effects of Child Behavior Problems on the
Development of Preschoolers' Sleep Problems: A
Longitudinal Examination
Devon Oosting, Adam Grabell, Barbara Felt,
Sheryl Olson

62

Young Adult Outcomes of Longitudinal Delinquent
Trajectories: Gender Differences Between and
Within Groups
Douglas Steinley, Arielle Deutsch, Kristin Moilanen

63

Longitudinal Outcomes of Exposure to Community
Violence and Perceived Impact
Melissa Peckins, Kari Paul, Elizabeth Susman

64

The longitudinal interplay among child behavior,
mothers and fathers parenting, and adolescent
depression.
Bharathi Zvara, Kelly Sheppard, Martha Cox

65

Adolescent Romantic Relationships Buffers Stress
Effects More Than Friendship Quality: Longitudinal
Associations with Boys' and Girls' Depressive
Symptoms
Leigh Spivey, Alyssa Poblete, Shahar Gur, Mitchell
Prinstein

66

Family Processes as Predictors of Major
Depressive Episodes and Recurrence during
Adolescence
Chrystyna Kouros, Matthew Morris, Jenna Ellison,
Judy Garber

67

Developmental Differences in the Relations
Among Children's Anxiety, Family Satisfaction and
Friendship Satisfaction
Julia Humphrey, Amanda Chiapa, Ian Villalta,
Argero Zerr, Armando Pina

68

Parental Consulting About Adolescents' Peers
Moderates the Relation Between Social Anxiety
and Depression
Braima Salaam, Haeli Gerardy, Cara Allen, Nina
Mounts, David Valentiner

69

Emotion Regulation Moderates the Relation
between Community Violence Exposure and
Anxiety among Low Income, Urban Children
Lindsey Bruett, Elizabeth Steinberg, Jill
Rabinowitz, Deborah Drabick

52

53

Risk Self-Schema and Identity Development as
Predictors of Adolescent Risk-Taking
Shelly Sadek, Misaki Natsuaki
The Role of Coping in the Transmission of Distress
between Bereaved Parents and Siblings
Brian Misiti, Laura Schwartz, Sam Manring, Diane
Fairclough, Maru Barrera, Mary Jo Glimer, Terrah
Foster, Bruce Compas, Kathryn Vannatta, Cynthia
Gerhardt

54

Affective Reactivity Predicts Cognitive Reactivity
Among Early Adolescents
Kaitlin Harding, Melissa Hudson, Sarah Crystal,
Kara Pegram, Amy Mezulis

55

Predictors of Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression
Among Adolescents: Examining the Role of Trait
and State Negative Affectivity
Marissa Rudolph, Amy Mezulis

56

57

58

59

Public or Private Religiosity: Which is Protective
for Adolescent Substance Use and by What
Pathways?
Christopher Salas-Wright, Michael Vaughn,
Brandy Maynard
Adolescent Emotion Regulation and Social
Influence: Do Addiction Recovery Frameworks
Matter?
Courtney Lincoln, Alicia Leland, Beth Russell,
Anne Thompson
Influence of Gender and Ethnicity on Depression
and Risky Substance Use in Adolescents in a
National and Local Clinical Sample
Alisa Burpee, Jesica Chinn, Kiana Green, Minhdan
Ta, David Stewart
Neighborhood quality and the development of
adolescent substance use disorder: The role of
child maltreatment
Elizabeth Handley, Fred Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

202

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Body Dissatisfaction and Depressive Symptoms:
Additive and Interactive Effects of Peer
Relationships and Academic Functioning
Daryaneh Badaly, Amber Brink, Mylien Duong,
Alexandra Cram, David Schwartz

71

Prospective Study of Security in the Family
System as a Mediator between Family Conflict and
Adolescent Depression and Anxiety
Edward Cummings, Kalsea Koss, Maureen
McQuillan, Justin Luningham, Patrick Davies

72

73

Cumulative Risk and Learned Helplessness in
Adolescents: A Moderated Mediation Model of
Maternal Responsiveness and Difficult
Temperament
Dongping Li, Gary Evans
Long-Term Effects of an Optimized Student
Support Model: Middle and High School Student
Outcomes of City Connects
Mary Walsh, Eric Dearing, Terrence Lee-St.John,
Anastasia Raczek, Chen An, George Madaus,
Claire Foley

74

The Stereotype Threat Paradox of African
American Emerging Adults
Bryan Montano Maceda, Amy Westmoreland,
Lorraine Gutierrez

75

Children's Early Reading Skills: What are They
Learning in Full-Day Kindergarten?
Joy Thompson, Susan Sonnenschein

76

77

78

79

80

Civic Discourse and Peer Group Collaboration in
Mathematics Classrooms in the US, Hong Kong
SAR, and Japan
Kathleen Lynch
Low-income parents' guidance of preschoolers'
numeracy skills in context
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Caroline Pittard
Numerical Knowledge of Low- Versus HigherIncome Bilingual Preschoolers
Meghan Goldman, James Negen, Tanya Anaya,
Barbara Sarnecka
Who Cares for Infants and Toddlers? A Mixed
Methods Study of Childcare for Low-Income
Families
Jennifer Marcella, Carollee Howes
Over and Beyond SES: Chaos Across Contexts as
Risks for Early Development
Kaeley Bobbitt

203

81

Does Maternal Well-Being Differentially Predict
Children's Academic and Social Outcomes in
Families Using Child Care Subsidies?
Meryl Barofsky, Elisa Klein

82

Designing New Technologies for Early Childhood:
Results From the Initial Pilot Studies of ScratchJr
Elizabeth Kazakoff, Marina Bers

83

Who Believes the Lying Computer? Individual
Differences in the Susceptibility to Unreliable
Feedback From Computers
Yan Mu, Zijin Wu, Zijing He

84

Integrating Educational Software in the Early
Childhood Classroom: A Qualitative Case Study of
the Challenges and Benefits
Rachael Labrecque, Heather West

85

School-Based Promotion of Child Well-Being:
Exploring the Intersection of Teacher Health, SelfEfficacy, and Classroom Context
Leigh McCallen, Helen Johnson, Bijan Kimiagar

86

Exploring Links Among Elementary School
Teachers' Personality, Teaching Experience, and
Responses to Child Classroom Misbehavior
Jessica Paul, Robert Coplan, Linda Rose-Krasnor,
Ashley MacIntosh, Kathleen Hughes, Amanda
Bullock, Sandra Bosacki

87

Emotional Availability Between Caregiver and
Child: Interactions Between Provider
Characteristics and Effects of an Intervention
Jessica Pleuss

88

Sibling Behaviors and Mexican-origin Adolescents'
After-School Activity Participation
Chara Price, Sandra Simpkins

89

Participation in Organized Activities During
Childhood and Problem Behaviors: Looking at the
Mediating Effect of Social Skills
Anne-Sophie Denault, Michele Dery

90

Attainment Value, Ability Self-concept, Intensity of
Participation and Developmental Experiences in
Youth Sport
Catherine Drane, Bonnie Barber, Kathryn Modecki

91

Parents' Perception of Their Children's Academic
Competence and Their Educational Aspiration and
Expectation for Their Children
Shun Lai Carol Chan, Qian Wang

92

Links between Parenting Practices and Minority
Youth's Academic Functioning
Katie Lowe, Aryn Dotterer, Elizabeth Wehrspann

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"Just throughout life, these little things have helped
me a lot": Parental Educational Messages and
Low-Income Latino Adolescents
Miguel Saucedo, Marcela Raffaelli

105

Sexual Information Source as a Predictor of Young
Adolescents' Sexual Experience
Tanya Aranca, Julie Hill, Julia Graber, Kelly
Johnson

94

Measuring Achievement Goals in Young Children:
Moving Beyond Self-Report
Amanda Carr

106

Culture and Parenting: Discipline, Autonomy, and
Protectiveness in Denmark and the US
Chris Boyatzis, Kylie Brandt, Lindsay Zajac, Sara
Dobosh, Michelle Doak

95

The Relationship Between Goal Orientation in
Sports and Academic Achievement: Age and
Gender Differences
Danika Maddocks, Patricia Miller, Catherine Davis

107

Effects of Ethnicity, Acculturation and Gender on
Maternal Child Competence Beliefs
Nicole Summers, Edwin Ortiz, Wolfgang
Friedlmeier

108

Long-Term Socialization Goals of Chinese and
Korean Immigrant Mothers in the U.S.
Christy Leung, Charissa Cheah

109

Individual and Interactive Effects of Childhood
Externalizing Behavior and Maternal Harsh
Discipline on Adolescent School Problem Behavior
Amanda Ellis, Carol Freedman-Doan

110

Parenting Hyperactive Children: Effects on
Parenting Stress and Morning Cortisol in a Sample
of Working Mothers
Jill Trumbell, Evelyn Mercado, David Rubio, Leah
Hibel

111

Do Children's Representations of Discipline and
Enactment of Empathy Moderate the Effect of
Parental Punishment?
Young-Eun Lee, Holly Brophy-Herb

112

Impact of Preschool Quality upon Children's
School Readiness and Cognitive Development in
Rural China
Xiaofei Qi, Edward Melhuish

Dyadic Relations Between Mothers' and Fathers'
Perceptions of Coparenting Support and
Commitment to Parenting: Links to Emotion
Coaching
Holly Brophy-Herb, Krista Shambleau, Danielle
Merckling

113

Guiding Play: Preschool Teachers' Facilitation of
Gender-Typed Activities
Kristen Granger, Olga Kornienko, Laura Hanish,
Carol Martin, Richard Fabes, Priscilla Goble

Temporal Dynamics of Real-Time Maternal MetaEmotion Socialization
Kendall Soucie, Ty Partridge, Julie Hakim-Larson,
Shawna Scott, Sylvia Voelker, Kimberley Babb

114

The Impact of Parental Instruction and Modeling
on Childhood Fear
Kaitlin Waring

115

The Family System Over time: MotherGrandmother and Mother-Father Coparenting
among Mexican-origin Adolescent Mothers and
Families
Chelsea Derlan, Adriana Umana-Taylor, Kimberly
Updegraff, Laudan Jahromi, Amy Guimond

96

Rate of Progress in Computer Assisted Instruction
is Highly Predictive of Reading Outcome Measures
in Early Elementary Grades
Rachel Schechter, Paul Macaruso

97

Reading Self-Efficacy Predicts Maternal Barriers to
Reading
Joyce Lin

98

Experimental Investigation of the Effectiveness of
Electronic Readers Versus Traditional Books in
Developing Pre-Literacy Skills
Rebekah LeMahieu, Janean Dilworth-Bart, Amy
Taub

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104

The Effect of Head Start on Family Services and
Parenting Outcomes in a Non-Parental Care
Sample
Megan Pratt, Shannon Lipscomb, Sara Schmitt
Access, uptake and engagement: Accounts from
families with refugee status of accessing early
education and care programs
Rachel Leske, Karen Thorpe, Lyn Vromans

Do Parents Know Best? The Role of Social Norm
Misperceptions in Predicting Parental Supply of
Alcohol to Adolescents
Kara Thompson
Protective Factors for Teen Mothers: Relations
Among Social Support, Psychological Resources,
and Child-Rearing Practices.
David MacPhee, Maggie VanDenBerg

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Linking Maternal Depression, Behavioural Rigidity,
and Child Externalizing Behaviour in Mother-Child
Interactions
Deborah Kanter, Yvonne Bohr

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128

Child and Maternal Predictors of Verbal
Competence in African-American Preschoolers
from Economically Diverse Backgrounds
Jessica Irwin, M Susan Delonis, Mahya Rahimian
Mashhadi, Marjorie Beeghly

Family System Contributions to Child
Competence: A Mediational Model
Emily Gerstein, Rebecca Newland, Keith Crnic

129

The Effects of Parent Book-Reading Strategies on
Children's Language Development
Amy Lerner, Laura Kuhn, Lynne Vernon-Feagans

Low-Income Children's School Readiness: Links to
Multi-dimensional Early Father Involvement
Karen McFadden, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda

130

Influence of Parental Personality Characteristics
on Parent-Child Reminiscing
Erika Manczak, Maria Wong, Aya Shigeto, Allison
Jessee, Geoffrey Brown, Sarah Mangelsdorf

131

Adolescents' Reasons for Accepting Information
Management: Links with Problem Behavior and
Negative Mother-Teen Interactions
Wendy Rote, Judi Smetana

132

Sleep Disordered Breathing as a Mediator of
Developmental Outcomes in Children with
Hemifacial Microsomia
Brent Collett, Matthew Speltz, Martha Werler

133

Associations between Children's Sleep and Health:
The Moderating Role of Vagal Regulation
Erika Bagley, Mona El-Sheikh

134

Sleep Physiology of a Nap in Preschool-Aged
Children
Laura Kurdziel, Rebecca Spencer

135

Temperamental Concomitants of Maternal Feeding
Practices and Beliefs in Infancy
Wallace Dixon, William Dalton

136

Connect for Health: Connecting College Students
with Elementary Students to Fight Obesity and
Increase Grades in an Afterschool Program
Amber Hammons, Angela Wiley, Barbara Fiese

137

Parenting and Obesity: A Longitudinal Examination
of Parental Depression and Monitoring on
Children's Body Mass Indexes
Stacey Tiberio, Paulina Nowicka, David Kerr,
Deborah Capaldi

138

Toys That Talk: The Influence of Toy Properties on
Prelinguistic Communicative Behavior
Amanda Lossia, Catalina Suarez-Rivera, Jennifer
Miller

139

Exploring Rhythmic Vocal-Motor Coordination in
Infants From 6 to 9 months
Sarah Sanborn, Pamela Askar, James Green

The Mediating Effect of Externalizing and
Internalizing Behaviors on Father-Child
Relationships and Later Romantic Relationships
Jennifer Senia, Donnise Powell, Tricia Neppl
African American Fathers' contributions to
children's school readiness: Evidence from twoparent families from the ECLS-B
Claire Baker
Improving the Health and Development of Young
Children in Los Angeles: Findings from a Pilot
Home Visiting Program Evaluation
Heather Sandstrom, Sarah Benatar, Ian Hill,
Christina Christie, Todd Franke, Jennifer Marcella,
Deborah Grodzicki, Maria Lourdes Brown, Timothy
Triplett, Embry Howell
The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program: Using
Administrative Data to Examine Associations with
School Readiness
Rubab Arim, V. Dahinten
Feasibility of an Internet-Based Model for
Implementation of a Prevention Program
Carol MacKinnon-Lewis, Christina Grange, Scott
Young, John Chambers, Wei Wang
"Just Eat One More Bite!": Investigating Mothers'
Controlling Behaviors When Feeding Their Infants
Elaine Dolan, Holly Ruhl, Shayla Holub
"Good Parenting" and Provision of Organized
Opportunities for Physical Activity in Early
Childhood
Megan Babkes Stellino, Robert Brustad
Controlling Parental Feeding Practices and Child
Body Composition: Unique and Joint Effects of
Parental Pressure and Restriction
Sarah Wehrly, Mayra Chantal Bonilla, Marisol
Perez, Jeffrey Liew
Maternal Behaviors Influence Language
Development of Infants At-risk for Autism
Amanda Grittmann, Elyse Doll, Jennifer Miller,
Jana Iverson

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If you're happy and you know it: Toddlers'
comprehension of emotion words
Marianella Casasola, Katherine Callaghan, Lily
Sahn, Gloria Appiah-Kubi

153

Attention to Path and Manner of Motion in Englishand Spanish-speaking Children
Alan Kersten, Donato Terrazas

154

Audience effects on fairness in children
Katherine McAuliffe, Peter Blake, Felix Warneken

155

The Development of Third Party Punishment of
Fairness Norm Violations
Katherine McAuliffe, Jillian Jordan, Felix Warneken

156

Young children's intrinsic prosocial motivation is
linked to others' needs
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish, Tobias
Grossmann, Michael Tomasello

157

Training 4-year-old Children to use Mature Haptic
Exploratory Procedures in an Intermodal Transfer
Task
Hilary Kalagher

158

Beyond Learning: The Influence of Perceptual
Cues on the Transfer of Preschoolers' Tool-Use
Knowledge
Amy Joh, Nicole Shollmeyer

159

Chewing and Sucking While Perceiving Talking
Faces: Directional aspects of perceptual-motor
interactions
Henny Yeung, Thierry Nazzi

160

Assessing the Limits of Infant Sensitivity to
Audiovisual Temporal Synchrony: A New, Simple
Procedure
James Todd, Lorraine Bahrick

Animation can affect information that children
include in storytellings
Phyllis Schneider

161

Pupillary responses to crossmodal semantic
congruency in 12-month-old infants and adults
Gert Westermann, Yi-Chuan Chen

Reading, Writing, and Telling Stories: The Microand Macro-Levels of Narrative Representation
Rosemary Lever, Monique Sénéchal

162

How gesture usage is perceived cross-linguistically
Kazuki Sekine, Gale Stam, Keiko Yoshioka,
Marion Tellier, Olga Capirci

163

The impact on language development with
immigrant and non-immigrant families who receive
one year of the Parent Child Home Program in an
urban community.
Ashlee Yates, Lisa Ramsaran, Noor Mahmood,
Cristina Medellin, Jennifer Astuto

164

Cultural differences in parenting dimensions and
their effects on children's later socioemotional
development
Hannah Kang, Anna Hsu, Ellen Greenberger

140

Verb Use in a Child Previously Diagnosed with
ASD: Dense Recordings Reveal Typical and
Atypical Development
Iris Chin, Soroush Vosoughi, Emily Potrzeba,
Matthew Goodwin, Deb Roy, Letitia Naigles

141

Syntactic Complexity of School Age Internationally
Adopted Children's Oral Narratives
Joann Benigno, Beth Gockley

142

Morphosyntactic Bootstrapping in Verb Acquisition
in a Split-Ergative Language: Evidence from Hindi
Anurag Rimzhim, Letitia Naigles
Putting milk onto cows: World knowledge and the
goal bias in language acquisition
Mahesh Srinivasan, David Barner

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Predictive value of early motor, preverbal and
cognitive skills on language outcomes at 18
months: data from full term and very preterm
infants
Laura Bosch, Jorgina Solé
When is a ‘cat' a ‘gat'? Differences in
Monodialectal and Bidialectal Infants Levels of
Specification of Familiar Words
Samantha Durrant, Claire Delle Luche, Jacqueline
Turner, Caroline Floccia
Change Over Time in the Type and Functions of
Crib Speech Around the Fourth Birthday
Danielle Mead, Rebekah LaRocque, Erin Lindgren,
Adam Winsler
Mother-Child Use of Narrative Evaluation across
Cultures
Lauren Scarola, Javanna Obregón, Adina Schick,
Gigliana Melzi

Syntactic Bootstrapping in Toddlers and Adults:
How Much of a Verb's Meaning is Inferred?
Rachel Pulverman, Salihah Hughson, Kailani
Capote
A Triangle by any Other Name: Can Language
Differences Facilitate the Acquisition of Shape
Concepts?
Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Brian Verdine, Roberta
Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

206

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The development and transmission of culturally
unique patterns of attention among EuropeanCanadian and Japanese parent-child dyads
Sawa Senzaki, Takahiko Masuda

177

Social Information Processing of Socially
Withdrawn Children in Response to Conflicts with
a Best Friend
Lauren Holleb, Cynthia Erdley

166

Being the Bull's Eye: The Role of Stereotypes in
Early Adolescents' Narratives of Ethnic-Racial
Discrimination
Erika Niwa, Niobe Way, Diane Hughes

178

The Roles of Authoritarian Parenting,
Temperamental Shyness, and Effortful Control in
Chinese Migrant Children's Regulated Shyness
Wei Yu, Jing Yu

167

Positive Discrimination and Ethnic Identity:
Exploration and Commitment
Michelle Twali, Monisha Pasupathi, Cecilia
Wainryb

179

Children's Shyness, Popularity, and Academic
Achievement in the Early School Years
Linlin Zhang, Natalie Eggum, Nancy Eisenberg,
Tracy Spinrad

168

Discrimination Experiences among Cambodian
American Adolescent Boys and Girls
Cindy Sangalang

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Discrimination and marijuana use among South
African adolescents: Protective effects of ethnic
affirmation and national optimism
Kerstin Pahl, Ashley Rainford, Judith Brook

Spiritual Coping Moderates Longitudinal
Associations Among Forms of Victimization,
Adolescent Depressive Symptoms, and
Nonsuicidal Self-Injury
Glen Dawson, Mitchell Prinstein

181

The Missing Link: The Role of PTSD Symptoms in
the Relationship between Peer Victimization and
Poor Physical Health
Jennifer Knack, Benjamin Towns, Sara Artus

182

What is the Structural Stability of Peer
Victimization in High School?
Rachael Hansen, Amy Bellmore

183

Teacher and Student Perceptions of Victimization
Behaviors in a Private School Setting
Michelle Schmidt, Emily Doll

184

Alcohol Expectancies as Mediators of the
Associations among Friend Norms, Typical
Student Norms, and College Student Alcohol Use
Christine Walther, Sarah Pedersen, JeeWon
Cheong, Brooke Molina

185

Deception in Peer Relationships as Experienced
by Adolescents and Adults
Kaitlyn Breiner, Adriana Galvan

186

The Relationship Between Peer and Own
Substance Use: Proposing Self-Regulation as a
Mediator
Julee Farley, Gregory Longo, Jeanette Walters,
Chris Holmes, Emily Johnson, Jungmeen KimSpoon

187

Popular Adolescents Are More Likely to
Misperceive Others' Alcohol Use: Towards a
Model for Explaining Peer Socialization Effects
Christopher Sheppard, Mitchell Prinstein

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Co-national Discrimination Among Indigenous and
Non-Indigenous Mexican High School Students
Elizabeth Gonzalez
Understanding the Context of Culture in Family
Relationships: A Comparison Between Europeans
and South Asians in Canada
Amelia Woo, Michal Perlman, Jennifer Jenkins
Does Ethnicity Matter? Parental Promotion of
Volitional Functioning, Self-Acceptance and
Depressive Symptoms in Emerging Adulthood
Hui Jun Lim, Laura Rose, Momoka Watanabe,
Charissa Cheah
"Mirror, Mirror:" Gender and Cultural Diversity in
Online Social Multimedia Interactive Environments
Robert Padgett, Victoria Hall, Katelyn Skinner,
Kendra Burnett

174

Parents' Gender Ideology and Gendered Labor as
Predictors of Children's Gender-Role Attitudes: A
Longitudinal Exploration
Hillary Halpern, Aya Ghunney, Maureen PerryJenkins

175

Is Having an Older Sister or Brother Related to
Younger Siblings' Gender Typing?: A Metaanalytic Review
Timea Farkas, Campbell Leaper

176

Stereotyped Beliefs about Math and Science:
Relations to Math and Science Efficacy and
Interest
Joan Barth, Lindsay Rice, Alabama STEM
Education Research Team

207

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The Forgiving Kind? Associations of Forgiveness
in Friendships With Social Perspective-Taking and
Friendship Quality
Rhiannon Smith, Amanda Rose

199

Vagal control predicts mother's reappraisal of
emotion
Shereen El Mallah, Zhe Wang, Kirby DeaterDeckard, Martha Ann Bell

189

Children's Friendship Skills: Gender Differences
and Linkages with Having Friendships in General
Versus Having Best Friendships Specifically
Sarah Ash, Julie MacEvoy

200

Asymmetries in Emotional Expressions: Do
Children and Adolescents Perceive Emotions More
Intensely on the Left Side of the Face?
Alexandra Iwanski, Peter Zimmermann

190

The Function of Peer Acceptance and Friendship
Quality in Friend Influence of Intoxication
Frequency
Cody Hiatt, Brett Laursen, Håkan Stattin, Margaret
Kerr, Dawn DeLay, Ashley Richmond, Shirja
Dirghangi, Amy Hartl, Daniel Dickson, Gilly
Bortman, Lauren Shawcross

201

Contextual Predictors of Adolescent Boredom:
Results from National Samples of 8th and 10th
Graders
Meghan Martz, John Schulenberg

202

Early Adolescent's Emotional Self-expectancies
and Expressions of Happiness, Anger, Sadness,
and Fear with Mother
Eric Lindsey, Carol MacKinnon-Lewis

203

Development of Guilt in Maltreated Children
Sandra Ahumada, Dante Cicchetti

204

Associations Between the Behavioral
Characteristics and Naturalistic Contexts of
Children's Expressions of Anger
Meredith Sears, Rena Repetti, Bridget Reynolds,
Jacqueline Sperling

205

Parental Support and Pressure in Sports and
Children's Anger, Sadness, and Worry Regulation
Cara Palmer, Amy Gentzler

206

Emotion Regulation: Global Construct or ValenceDependent Skill?
Amanda Hudson, Sophie Jacques

207

Executive function and emotion regulation in
preschool children
Jung-Min Kim, Soon-Hyung Yi

208

The Role of Language and Self-Regulation in
Toddler Temper Tantrums
Lauren Broder, James Green, Gwen Gustafson

209

Informant Discrepancies in Parent-Child
Relationship: Associations to Child-Reported
Depressive Symptoms.
Chit Yuen Yi, Amy Gentzler

191

Attachment and Parent-Child Emotion Regulation:
Associations with Caregiver Feeding Styles and
Children's Food Consumption
Kelly Bost, Angela Wiley, Linda Salgado, Matthew
Ong, Samantha Clarke, Lisa Pearson

192

Attachment Security as a Regulator of Children's
Physiological Threat Responses
Brandi Stupica, Jude Cassidy

193

Associations between Attachment Security and
Social Competence in Preschool Children
Carla Fernandes, Filipa Silva, Marta Antunes,
António Santos, Manuela Veríssimo, Nana Shin,
Brian Vaughn

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Prekindergarten Mother-Child Emotional
Availability, Children's Representation of
Relationships, and Children's Social Development
in Kindergarten
Zeynep Biringen, Jun Wang
The Relations Between Adolescents' Parental
Attachment Behaviors, Friendship Quality, and
Sleep Outcomes
Gary Germo, Melanie Horn-Mallers, Jayna Seidel,
Olivia Zavala

196

Exposure to Violence in Kenyan Children: The
Moderating Effects of Child Age and Sex
Janice Zeman, Diana Morelen

197

The Karamojong Tribe of Uganda: A MixedMethods Analysis of Children's Negative Life
Events and Adjustment
Natalie Eggum

210

The Impact of Shyness and Attachment
Relationships on the Psychosocial Outcomes of
College Students
Angela Calvin, Gary Creasey, Jeffrey Kahn

198

Transactional Stress and Anxiety-Control Beliefs
among Low-Income Early Adolescents
Kristine Hickle, Elizabeth Anthony

211

Psychological Adjustment Factors Associated with
Facebook Preoccupation in Adolescents
Domenica Favero, Alisha Walker Marciano

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History of Non-Suicidal Self-Injurious Behavior and
Interpersonal Chronic Stress in Youth
Andrea Hanley, Brandon Gibb

(Event 2-146) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

213

How Inattention, Executive Function Skills, and
Aggression Affect the Social Information
Processing of Children with ADHD
Mojdeh Motamedi, Karen Bierman, Cynthia
Huang-Pollock

2-146. Resilience Among Low-Income and
Ethnic Minority Mothers: The Roles of SelfRegulation, Beliefs, and Cognitive
Functioning

214

Smart and Dumb? Processing Incongruent
Information in Person Perception Tasks Across
Development
Sara Haga, Leonel Garcia-Marques, Kristina Olson

215

The Mean Kid who Shared Candy: Developing
Personality Impressions of Others
Sara Haga, Kristina Olson, Leonel Garcia-Marques

216

Parent-Kindergartner Joint Writing : A Comparison
Between Computer Use and Pencil and Paper
Dorit Aram, Orit Chorowicz Bar-Am

Chair: Christopher Trentacosta
Discussant: Sharon Ramey

Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

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Maternal Self-Regulation Attenuates the Link
Between Cumulative Risk and Depressive
Symptoms Among Young Mothers of Toddlers
Christopher Trentacosta, Travis Goldwire, Benjamin
Goodlett

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Mexican American Mothers' Parenting Beliefs and
Cultural Values as Buffers of Neighborhood
Disadvantage
Melissa Barnett, Jennifer Mortensen, Henry
Gonzalez

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Mothers' Vocabulary and Autonomy-Granting
Behaviors as Predictors of Gains in Children's
Vocabulary Competence from Age 3 to Age 4
Sara Sohr-Preston, Laura Scaramella, Juli Weiss

(Event 2-145) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-147) Paper Session
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-145. Development of Memory Flexibility
and Plasticity: Brain-Behavior Relations
Chair: Yee Lee Shing
Discussant: Noa Ofen
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2-147. Obesity and BMI From Early
Childhood to Adolescence

Hippocampal Contribution to Development of
Flexible Encoding and Retrieval
Dana DeMaster, Simona Ghetti

Chair: H. Isabella Lanza
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Developmental Changes in Control Processes Over
Memory Retrieval: Behavioral and Neuroimaging
Evidence
Pedro Paz-Alonso

Childhood Maltreatment and Obesity: Integrative
Clinical and Biological Investigations
Andrea Danese

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Neural Mechanisms of Lifespan Age Differences in
Episodic Memory Formation and Plasticity
Yee Lee Shing, Yvonne Brehmer

Physical Activity Influences Genetic Contributions to
BMI During Early Childhood
Jody Ganiban, Kimberly Saudino

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Obesity and School Dropout: Key Developmental
and Ethnic Differences
H. Isabella Lanza, David Huang



Deviating from the Norm: Body Mass Index (BMI)
Differences and Psychosocial Adjustment among
Early Adolescent Girls
H. Isabella Lanza, Leslie Echols, Sandra Graham

209

(Event 2-148) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-150) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-148. Socio-Cultural Perspectives on
Social Cognitive Development: A
Symposium in Honor of Diane Ruble

2-150. Critical Periods Re-examined: A
Comparison of Vision and Hearing
Chair: Daphne Maurer

Chair: Eva Pomerantz

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Multiple Critical Periods: Evidence from Children
Treated for Dense Bilateral Cataracts
Daphne Maurer, Terri Lewis

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Spatial Remapping of Sensory Input depends on
Early Visual Input
Brigitte Roeder

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Viewing the Self in Relation to Both Gender Groups
Carol Martin, Naomi Andrews, Dawn England,
Kristina Zosuls

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Family as Social Identity
Andrew Fuligni

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Engaging the Student: Regulatory Fit in the
Classroom
Tory Higgins

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Cortical Plasticity in the Developing Brain Following
Increasing Durations of Acoustic Experience
Stephen Lomber

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Views of the Self over Early Adolescence in the
United States and China
Eva Pomerantz, Peipei Setoh, Lili Qin

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Sensitive Periods for Cortical Auditory Development
in Children with Cochlear Implants
Anu Sharma

(Event 2-149) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-151) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-149. The Many Faces of Fairness:
Developmental and Cross-Cultural
Perspectives on Fairness Understanding

2-151. Assessing Language in Deaf
Children with Additional Needs
Chair: Charlotte J. Enns

Chair: Margarita Svetlova
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Developmental Changes and Individual Differences
in Fairness Expectations in the First and Second
Years of Life
Jessica Sommerville, Marco Schmidt, Kayla Upshaw,
Monica Burns

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Fair or Nice? Preschoolers Prefer Fair Partners, but
Only When it Doesn't Affect Their Own Interests
Margarita Svetlova, Celia Brownell, Michael
Tomasello

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Fairness as Impartiality Aversion
Alex Shaw, Kristina Olson

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Fair Isn't Fair Everywhere: Cross-Cultural Variation in
Children's Consideration of Merit When Sharing
Amongst Peers
Marie Schaefer, Daniel Haun, Michael Tomasello

210

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The challenges of evaluating deaf children with
additional disabilities
Donna Morere

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Assessing Vocabulary Knowledge in Different
Groups of Deaf Signers
Wolfgang Mann

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A developmental signed language disorder: The role
of visual-spatial cognition
David Quinto-Pozos

(Event 2-152) Federal Agency Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-153) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-152. Federal Data Collections and Data
Archives: Opportunities for Secondary Data
Analysis to Address Child Development

2-153. Dog Bite Prevention: Risky
Misunderstandings and How to Play it Safe
Chair: Kerstin Meints

Chair: Kathy Etz, Mary Bruce Webb
Panelists: Elliott Smith, Mary Bruce Webb, Kathy
Etz, Amy Pienta
Integrative Statement: Federal agencies often sponsor
large data collections, such as surveys and large-scale
evaluations, that provide extensive information about
children and families. In addition, federal agencies
support archiving of investigator initiated data sets. These
collections often feature data from multiple informants,
may include nationally representative samples, and/or
may provide longitudinal data. Examples include the
Early Childhood Longitudinal Studies; the Head Start
Family and Child Experiences Surveys; and the Project
on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods.
These data sets often are made available to the research
community or to the public, and can be a valuable
resource for researchers to explore developmental
questions that would not otherwise be feasible for a
single researcher or research organization to undertake,
because of cost or logistical issues. During this session,
representatives from federal agencies will highlight some
of the data sets that may be of particular interest to
researchers in child development; familiarize participants
with data archiving resources, including the National
Archive of Criminal Justice Data, National Addiction and
HIV Data Archive Program (NAHDAP) and the Research
Connections for Early Care and Education Archive (all
housed at ICPSR at the University of Michigan), and the
National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect
(housed at Cornell University); and describe potential
funding mechanisms for conducting secondary analyses.
Panelists from the National Institutes of Health, Institute
for Educational Sciences, National Institute of Justice,
and Administration for Children and Families will
participate. A representative from ICPSR will also be
available to respond to questions.

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Why Do Children Get Bitten in the Face?
Corinne Syrnyk, Kerstin Meints, Tiny De Keuster

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Is the Dog Smiling? Children from 4-7 Years
Misinterpret Dogs' Facial Expressions
Anais Racca, Kerstin Meints, Naomi Hickey

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Do Children Understand Dogs' Body Language?
Victoria Brelsford, Kerstin Meints, Tiny De Keuster,
Janine Just

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A Longitudinal Assessment of the Blue Dog Bite
Prevention Programme
Kerstin Meints, Tiny De Keuster

(Event 2-154) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-154. Proximal to Distal Environmental
Influences on Effortful Control in Toddlers
and Preschoolers
Chair: Hanna Mulder

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

Executive Functions in Toddlers: Development and
Individual Differences
Hanna Mulder, Josje Verhagen, Jan Boom, Paul
Leseman



Bidirectional Associations Between Parenting
Behaviors and Young Boys' Inhibitory Control
Annemiek Karreman, Marcel van Aken, Maja
Dekovic, Marjolein Verhoeven, Marianne Junger,
Cornelieke van de Beek, Chantal van Aken, Theo
Doreleijers



The Bidirectional Relation Between Parenting and
Effortful Control in Preschool-Age Children
Stephanie Thompson, Liliana Lengua, Cara Kiff,
Lyndsey Moran, Maureen Zalewski



Connections Between Autonomous and ParentAssisted Resistance to Temptation Across the Third
Year of Life
Samuel Putnam

(Event 2-155) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-157) Roundtable
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-155. The Role of Input and Interaction in
Early Numeracy Development

2-157. Developing Research Partnerships In
Developmental Sciences In Latin America:
Current Challenges And Future Directions

Chair: Geetha B. Ramani
Discussant: Kelly Mix


Materials Matter: The Influence of Board Game
Design on Parental Talk about Number
Elida Laski, Melissa Collins



Parent Talk about Math during Informal Learning
Activities in Head Start Families
Geetha Ramani, Meredith Rowe, Sarah Eason,
Kathryn Leech



Input Effects on Successor Function Understanding:
An Experimental Training Study
Elizabeth Gunderson, Elizabet Spaepen, Caroline
Gianesin, Emalie Norton, Susan Goldin-Meadow,
Susan Levine

Moderator: Jose M. Causadias
Panelists: Cynthia Garcia Coll, Alan Sroufe,
German Posada

(Event 2-158) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-158. E-books for Young Children: Design
and Efficiency in Supporting Language and
Literacy
Chair: Ofra Korat


(Event 2-156) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Design Characteristics of Digital Alphabet Books and
the Implications for Alphabetic Learning
Mary Ann Evans, Elizabeth Sulima, Sarah Nowak



2-156. The Development of Social
Categories: Bridging Conceptual
Representations, Attitudes and Behavior

The Role of Electronic Device in Young Children's
Engagement with eBooks
Kathleen Roskos, Karen Burstein



Direct and Indirect Teaching: Using E-books for
Supporting Vocabulary and Word Reading of Young
Children
Ofra Korat, Adina Shamir



Using Electronic Storybooks to Support Word
Learning in Children with Severe Language
Impairments
Daisy Smeets, Adriana Bus

Chair: Andrew Baron


Languages and Faces: 11mo Infants Associate
Unfamiliar Language with Unfamiliar Others
Lillian May, Janet Werker



Foundations of Social Categorization and Evaluation
in Infancy and Early Childhood
Andrew Baron



Developmental Changes in the Effect of Labels on
Infants' and Toddlers' Categorization of Animals and
People
Matar Ferera, Laya Schwartz, Ronit Deblinger-Tangi,
Gil Diesendruck



Of Categories and Exemplars: Rethinking the
Development of Race Bias
Yarrow Dunham

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(Event 2-159) Paper Session
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-161) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-159. Predictors of Parental Control in the
Asian Diaspora to the Development of
Parent Training Programs in Latina Mothers

2-161. Effects of Varied Types of AdultSupported Play on Preschool Children's
Receptive Vocabulary Learning

Chair: Charissa S. Cheah

Chair: Ageliki Nicolopoulou
Discussant: Monique Sénéchal



Parent Training for Immigrant Latina Mothers: A
Randomized Controlled Trial of the Madres a Madres
Program
Ariel Williamson, Noel Shadowen, Lyndee Knox,
Nancy Guerra



The Generation Game: Parenting & Child Outcomes
in Second Generation South Asian Immigrant
Families in the UK
Humera Iqbal



The interaction of temperament and parental
psychological control in the development of
internalizing problems: A comparative study of US
and Hong Kong parent-child dyads
Joey Fung, Anna Lau



An Ecological Model Predicting Psychological
Control in Chinese versus Korean U.S. Immigrant
Mothers
Charissa Cheah, Jing Yu, Sevgi Bayram Ozdemir,
Nan Zhou, Shuyan Sun, Momoka Watanabe, Hui Jun
Lim, Craig Hart



The Read-Play-Learn Intervention and Research
Design
David Dickinson, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta
Golinkoff, Ageliki Nicolopoulou, Molly Collins



The Impact of Methods of Adult Support During Play
on Children's Receptive Vocabulary Learning
Kimberly Turner



Not all play is created equal: When playful learning
sparks vocabulary acquisition in low income children
Hande Ilgaz, Deena Weisberg, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek,
Roberta Golinkoff, Ageliki Nicolopoulou

(Event 2-162) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-162. Understanding childhood risk for
and adult consequences of early onset of
intercourse
Chair: Deborah M. Capaldi
Discussant: Rand Conger

(Event 2-160) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-160. The Relationship Between an L1 and
L2 in Different Modalities: Evidence From
ASL-English Bilinguals



Parent and peer environments conducive of early
onset of intercourse
Deborah Capaldi



Preventing sexual risk behavior in young adulthood:
Broadening the scope beyond early sexual initiation
Marina Epstein, Jennifer Bailey, Lisa Manhart, Karl
Hill, J. Hawkins



General and Specific Predictors of Risky Sexual
Behavior in Early Adulthood
Diana Samek, Matt McGue, William Iacono,
Margaret Keyes

Chair: Rachel I. Mayberry


The Relationship of ASL Vocabulary Knowledge to
English Reading Ability in ASL-English Bilinguals
Robert Hoffmeister, Sarah Fish



The Relationship Between Reading and the
Development of Antonyms in ASL and Evidence of
Early Phonological Awareness of the Language
Rama Novogrodsky, Rachel Benedict



Sensitivity to English Verb Biases by ASL-English
Bilinguals
Paul Twitchell, Benjamin Anible, Paola Dussias, Jill
Morford, Pilar Piñar

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(Event 2-163) Roundtable
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-166) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-163. International Collaborations:
Lessons Learned from the UNICEF and
SRCD Partnership on Global Early
Childhood Development Policies

2-166. Children's Attention to Nonverbal
Information in Social Interactions

Moderator: Pia R. Britto
Panelists: Pia R. Britto, Charles Super, Lonnie
Sherrod, Nurper Ulkeur



Invariant Properties of Thin-Slice Perception
Benjamin Balas



Children's Use of Nonverbal Cues to Infer Power in
Relationships
Elizabeth Brey, Kristin Shutts



The Silent Power of Media: Nonverbal Transmission
of Racial Bias in Children
Kristin Pauker, Max Weisbuch, Mieke Lagerwaard,
Megan McCaslin, Nalini Ambady



Eye Contact Following Ostracism: The Influence of
Social Motivations on Face-Scanning Behavior
Jonathan Beier, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter

Chair: Kristin Shutts

(Event 2-164) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-164. Grant Submission to NIH: Navigating
the Process
Moderator: Jennie K. Grammer
Panelists: Jennie Grammer, Cheryl Boyce, Mariela
Shirley, Anna Riley

(Event 2-167) Invited Address
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-165) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-167. Maladaptation and Resilience in
Maltreated Children: A Multiple Levels of
Analysis Perspective

2-165. Romantic Dissolutions in
Adolescence and Young Adulthood:
Reasons for Breaking Up and Relations
with Adjustment

Speaker: Dante Cicchetti
Chair: Ann S. Masten

Chair: Marion K. Underwood
Discussant: Bonnie Leadbeater


Adolescents' Motives for Ending Romantic
Relationships: Age-Related Trends and Links with
Depression
Jennifer Connolly, Valeriya Bravo, Caroline McIsaac



An Exploratory Investigation of Adolescents'
Romantic Breakups Via Text Messaging
David More, Samuel Ehrenreich, Marion Underwood



Coping with Partnership Breakup: A Prospective
Analysis of Separation Distress Among Adolescents
and Adults
Eva-Verena Wendt, Franziska Schmahl, Sabine
Walper

Abstract: Child maltreatment is a pathogenic relational
experience that represents one of the most adverse and
stressful challenges that confront children. Child
maltreatment ushers in motion a probabilistic cascading
path of epigenesis for abused and neglected children that
is marked by an increasing likelihood of failure and
disruption in the successful resolution of salient
developmental tasks. This results in a profile of relatively
enduring vulnerability factors that increase the probability
of the emergence of maladaptive biological and
psychological development and psychopathology across
multiple levels of analysis. Importantly, however, not all
maltreated children develop in a maladaptive fashion.
Some abused and neglected children function in a
competent fashion despite the pernicious experiences
they have encountered and the ignominious treatment
they have received. Multilevel investigations have been
conducted in our laboratory and in those of other
investigators that incorporate genetic, neural,
physiological, endocrinological, immunological, and
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psychological processes aimed at examining pathways to
maladaptation, psychopathology, and resilience in
maltreated children. These multilevel studies are the
focus of this address and suggestions for future
intervention research are proffered with illustrations from
planned and ongoing work in our laboratory.

(Event 2-168) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-168. Closeness and Conflict in the
Student-Teacher Relationship Across
Primary Grades: Complex Processes and
Outcomes

Biography: Dante Cicchetti, PhD,
is McKnight Presidential Chair and
William Harris Professor of Child
Psychology and Psychiatry at the
University of Minnesota. After
receiving his Ph.D. in Clinical
Psychology and Child Development
from the University of Minnesota in
1977, Cicchetti joined the faculty at
Harvard University where he was
subsequently Assistant Professor
(1977-1982) and Norman Tishman
Associate Professor of Psychology and Social Relations
(1983-1985). In 1985, Dante moved to Rochester, NY,
where he established Mt. Hope Family Center, serving as
its Director until 2005. He has published over 450 articles,
books, and journal Special Issues that have had farreaching impact on developmental theory as well as
science, policy, and practice related to child
maltreatment, depression, mental retardation, and
numerous other domains of development. Dante is the
founding and current Editor of Development and
Psychopathology. Dante has received a number of
awards, including the four highest honors of the
Developmental Division of the American Psychological
Association (APA): the G. Stanley Hall Award for
Distinguished Contribution to Developmental Psychology
in 2005; the Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime
Contribution to Developmental Psychology in the Service
of Science and Society in 2006; and the Mentor Award in
Developmental Psychology in 2008. Additionally, in 2004
he received the APA Senior Career Award for
Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public
Interest. In 2011, he was honored with the Society for
Research in Child Development's Distinguished Scientific
Contributions to Child Development Award and was
bestowed the AAAS Fellow Award by The American
Association for the Advancement of Science. Dante is the
recipient of the 2012 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize.

Chair: Jodi Swanson
Discussant: Robert H. Bradley


The Student-Teacher Relationship and Children's
Effortful Control as Longitudinal Predictors of
Achievement and Emotional Engagement
Carlos Valiente, Jodi Swanson, Robert Bradley,
Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant



Mediated and Moderated Relations Linking StudentTeacher Relationship Quality to Externalizing
Problems: Role of Effortful Control
Jodi Swanson, Carlos Valiente, Robert Bradley,
Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant



The Role of Fidelity in Fifth-Grade Student-Teacher
Relationship Quality Within the Context of a
Responsive Classroom Intervention
Alison Baroody, Sara Rimm-Kaufman, Timothy
Curby, Ross Larsen

(Event 2-169) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-169. Focusing on the "R" in QRIS:
Modeling State Rating Systems and Links
to School Readiness
Chair: Margaret Burchinal
Discussant: Martha Zaslow

215



QRIS Validation Using Data from the Early
Childhood Longitudinal Studies-Birth Cohort
Nina Chien, Laura Rothenberg, Kathryn Tout



Replicating Statewide Quality Rating and
Improvement Systems: Is there Evidence that
Ratings Link to School-Readiness?
Terri Sabol, Sandra Hong, Robert Pianta, Margaret
Burchinal



Quality Rating and Improvement Systems: Validation
of a Local Implementation and Children's SchoolReadiness
Sandra Hong, Carollee Howes, Jennifer Marcella,
Eleanor Zucker, Yiching Huang

(Event 2-170) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-172) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-170. Pregnancy and Parenting in the
Context of Incarceration

2-172. Parent-child communication about
alcohol and tobacco: What types of parents
have "the talk" and does it work?

Chair: Rebecca Shlafer






Chair: Alison R. Burns
Discussant: Rob Turrisi

The Psychological and Service-Related Needs of
Pregnant Incarcerated Women
Danielle Dallaire, Catherine Forestell
Imprisoned Mothers Who Gave Birth During their
Incarceration
Hilary Runion, Cynthia Burnson, Lindsay Weymouth,
Julie Poehlmann



Mothers in the middle: Smoking-specific parenting
and adolescent smoking susceptibility among
"sandwich generation" mothers
Clark Presson, Laurie Chassin, Jon Macy



Mother-child Communication and Child Susceptibility
to Alcohol Use Initiation
Susan Ennett, Christine Jackson, J. Bowling, Denise
Dickinson



Mediators of the Relation between Alcohol-Specific
Communication and Problematic Alcohol Use
Alison Burns, Julia Shadur, Andrea Hussong, Susan
Ennett

Doula Support for Incarcerated Mothers
Rebecca Shlafer, Erica Gerrity, Rae Baker, Molly
Secor-Turner

(Event 2-171) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-171. Different Approaches for Supporting
Children's Evidence-Based Reasoning

(Event 2-173) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Susanne Koerber
Discussant: Corinne Zimmerman


2-173. Breastfeeding Exposed: Exploring
the Psychological and Biological Factors
That Influence Breastfeeding Success

Multivariable Thinking: Developing Causal
Reasoning Through an Embedded Middle School
Inquiry Skills Curriculum
Stephanie Ramsey, Deanna Kuhn



The Effects of Task Instruction and Problem Type on
Multivariable Inductive Reasoning
Steve Croker, Corinne Zimmerman



Evidence-Based Reasoning in the Light of Contrary
Beliefs
Susanne Koerber, Christopher Osterhaus, Beate
Sodian

Chair: Shera C. Jackson
Discussant: Gail Bentley

216



Influential Patterns of the First Month in the NICU: A
Revised Model of Milk, Behavior and Distress in
Mothers of VLBW Infants
Michelle Greene, Beverly Rossman, Paula Meier



"Giving Life": The Meaning of Milk for Mothers who
are Providing Milk for Their VLBW Infants in the
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Beverly Rossman, Amanda Kratovil, Michelle
Greene, Paula Meier



Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy in the First Two Weeks
Following Birth: Objective and Subjective Influences
Shera Jackson, Mallory Boylan, Sybil Hart

(Event 2-174) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-174. Executive function training from
infancy to childhood



The Influence of Gender on Children and
Adolescents' Moral Judgments About Prosocial
Behavior
Ben Hine, Patrick Leman



Participating in a Social-Emotional Intervention
Program Increases Preschool Children's Resource
Allocations
Angela Jaramillo Suarez, Michaela Gummerum,
Kimberly Schonert-Reichl

Chair: Yuko Munakata


Training attentional control in infancy: developing
tools to apply targeted cognitive training to babies
from high-risk or vulnerable backgrounds
Sam Wass, Haiko Ballieux, Przemek Tomalski,
Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Elena Kushnerenko,
Deirdre Birtles, Mark Johnson, Derek Moore



Effects of working memory training on academic
abilities in middle childhood
Julia Karbach, Tilo Strobach, Torsten Schubert



Progress on training children's executive attention:
Understanding individual differences and building
bridges to education
M. Rosario Rueda, J. Paul Pozuelos, Lina Combita,
Alicia Abundis, Pedro Paz-Alonso



(Event 2-176) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-176. The Moderating and Mediating
Influences of Fathers' Engagement and
Preschoolers' Cognitive, Behavioral and
Social Development
Chair: Natasha Cabrera
Discussant: Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan

Context-monitoring practice can enhance response
inhibition as much as motoric-stopping practice in
children
Nicolas Chevalier, Christopher Chatham, Kristen
Gray, Cathleen Schild, Yuko Munakata

(Event 2-175) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm



Changes in New Parents' Time Spent in
Engagement and Association with Toddler Social
Emotional Competence
Sarah Lang, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Xin Feng,
Letitia Kotila, Claire Dush



Observing Early Father Play Linked to Children's
Prekindergarten Cognitive Outcomes
Sheila Anderson, Lori Roggman, Shareesa
McMurdie, Lisa Boyce, Gina Cook, Jessica Norman



Low-Income Fathers' Compliance Strategies and
Children's Behavioral Outcomes; Moderation by
Child Gender
Elizabeth Karberg, Jenessa Malin, Natasha Cabrera,
Holly Farley



Paternal Depressive Symptoms and Paternal Talk: A
Mediational Study of Low-income African American
Fathers
Jenessa Malin, Elizabeth Karberg, Natasha Cabrera,
Tonia Cristofaro, Meredith Rowe



Socialization Practices of Latino Fathers and Their
Toddlers
Daniela Aldoney, Natasha Cabrera

2-175. The Role of Cognitive and Affective
Moral Development in Children's Prosocial
Behavior
Chair: Tina Malti
Discussant: Michaela Gummerum


Altruism, Physiology, and Family Socioeconomic
Status
Jonas Miller, Sarah Kahle, Monica Lopez, Paul
Hastings



Children's Benevolence is Associated with SelfInitiated but not Compliant Prosocial Behavior
Florina Uzefovsky, Anna Doring, Ariel Knafo



Children's Moral Emotions and Moral Reasoning in
the Development of Sharing
Sophia Ongley, Sebastian Dys, Tina Malti

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Chair: Cathryn Booth-LaForce
Discussant: Roger Kobak

(Event 2-177) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-177. Navigating Two Languages: Bilingual
Children's Use of Language Context



Stability of Attachment Security From Infancy to Late
Adolescence
Ashley Groh, Glenn Roisman, Cathryn BoothLaForce, R. Chris Fraley, Margaret Owen, Martha
Cox, Margaret Burchinal



Caregiving and Contextual Sources of Continuity and
Change in Attachment Security From Infancy to Late
Adolescence
Cathryn Booth-LaForce, Ashley Groh, Margaret
Burchinal, Glenn Roisman, Margaret Owen, Martha
Cox



Shared and Distinctive Antecedents of AAI State of
Mind and Inferred Experience Dimensions
Katherine Haydon, Glenn Roisman, Margaret Owen,
Cathryn Booth-LaForce, Martha Cox

Chair: W.Quin Yow
Discussant: Suzanne Flynn


Bilingual Infants' Processing of Mixed-Language
Sentences
Krista Byers-Heinlein, Liane Rebner



Evidence for Language Differentiation in Bilinguals'
Interpretation of Lexical Tone
Carolyn Quam, Sarah Creel, Annabel Soon, Leher
Singh



Impact of Bilingual (Code-Switching) Experience on
Preschoolers' Sensitivity to Pragmatic Cues
W.Quin Yow, Wan-Yu Hung

(Event 2-180) Paper Session
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-178) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-180. Attention and Its Prediction of
Important Cognitive Constructs.

2-178. Number Word Learning Across
Languages and Cultures

Chair: Janet E. Frick

Chair: Mathieu Le Corre
Discussant: Elizabeth Spelke






Children's Development of Number in an Indigenous
Farming-foraging Group
Steven Piantadosi, Julian Jara-Ettinger, Edward
Gibson
Language as a Source of Numerical Concepts
David Barner, Tina Razboršek, Vesna Plesnicar,
Jessica Sullivan, Timothy O'Donnell, Rok Zaucer,
Lanko Marušič



Mother-Infant Synchrony and Infant Joint Attention
Development: A Prospective Transactional Approach
Bridget Gamber, A. Neal-Beevers



The Efficiency of Attentional Networks in Boys With
ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder and the
Relationship With Effortful Control
Vicky Samyn, Herbert Roeyers, Patricia Bijttebier,
Jan Wiersema



Infant Attention Regulation Predicts Attention and
Executive Functions in Very Preterm Children at Age
7 Years
Julie Petrie Thomas, Tim Oberlander, Ruth Grunau,
National Institute of Child Health and Human
Development (NICHD) funding (RG)



Attention Modulates the Effects of Intelligence on
Recognition Memory During the School Years
Julie Markant, Dima Amso

Number Word Learning in Mexican Sign Language
Mathieu Le Corre

(Event 2-179) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-179. Attachment From Infancy to Late
Adolescence in a Large Sample (N=857):
Stability, Lawful Change, and
Developmental Origins

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(Event 2-181) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-181. Young Immigrant Children in Home,
Child Care, Neighborhood, and School
Contexts

(Event 2-183) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

Chair: Eric Dearing


Daily variation in parenting and young child behavior
problems in Mexican immigrant families
Anna Gassman-Pines



Parenting and Immigrant Young Children's
Development: The Moderating Role of Neighborhood
Context
Rosa Toro, Tama Leventhal





Real Enough: Reality TV Consumption and Sexual
Objectification among Adolescent Women
L. Monique Ward

2-183. Move a Little Closer! The Role of
Seating Arrangements on Classroom
Relationships
Chair: Yvonne H. van den Berg
Discussant: Antonius H. Cillessen


Child Care among Low-Income Immigrants:
Determinants and Consequences
Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Anna Johnson

I Know Who My Friends Are, But Do You?
Comparing Predictors of Self- and Peer-Reported
Relationships
Jennifer Neal, Zachary Neal, Elise Cappella



Student Support Intervention and the Achievement of
Immigrant Children in High-poverty Elementary
Schools
Eric Dearing, Mary Walsh

Associations of Popularity and Likeability with Actual
and Preferred Classroom Seating Arrangements: A
Social Relations Model Analysis
Yvonne van den Berg, Antonius Cillessen



Teacher effects on classroom peer relationships:
Seating charts and friendship formation
Scott Gest, Philip Rodkin

(Event 2-182) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-184) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-182. From Little Princesses to Sex
Kittens: Media Portrayals of Girls and
Associations with Gender Role
Stereotyping and Sexual Development
across Four Developmental Stages

2-184. LGBT Youth: Does it Get Better? If
so, Why?

Chair: Sarah M. Coyne

Chair: Joseph P. Robinson
Discussant: Stephen T. Russell



Internalization of princess culture: A cross-sectional
study of early childhood and emerging adulthood.
Lisa Dinella, Juliana Pierce, Gary Lewandowski





"Pretty as a Princess": Associations between
Exposure to Disney Princess Media and Gender
Stereotyping in Preschool Girls
Sarah Coyne, Jennifer Linder, David Nelson, Victoria
Birbeck

Does It Get Better? Developmental Trends in Peer
Victimization and Mental Health in LGB and
Heterosexual Youth—Results from a Nationally
Representative Prospective Cohort Study
Ian Rivers, Joseph Robinson, Dorothy Espelage



To What Extent Does Bullying Explain LGBTQHeterosexual Risk Disparities?
Joseph Robinson, Dorothy Espelage



Anti-Bullying Laws and Policies and Their
Relationship to School Climate for LGBT Students in
the United States
Emily Greytak, Joseph Kosciw



Grooming Ten-year-olds with Gender Stereotypes: A
Content Analysis of Preteen and Teen Girl
Magazines
Elizabeth Daniels, Linda Porzelius

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(Event 2-185) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-187) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-185. Language Development Among LowIncome Language Minority Preschoolers

2-187. Gestational length and
neurodevelopment among healthy children
with a stable neonatal course

Chair: Natalia Palacios




Chair: Kerry-Ann Grant

Growth in Toddlers' Spanish, English, and
Conceptual Vocabulary Knowledge
Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez, Shaher Vagh
A Contextual Understanding of the Development of
Language for Dual Language Learners
Lisa Lopez, John Ferron, Rica Ramirez



Cross-Linguistic Transfer in the Development of
Preschoolers' Receptive and Expressive Vocabulary
Michelle Maier, Natalie Bohlmann, Natalia Palacios



Bi-directionality in Self-regulation and Expressive
Vocabulary: Comparisons Between Monolingual and
DLLs in Preschool
Natalie Bohlmann, Michelle Maier, Natalia Palacios



Differences in resting EEG connectivity and
associative learning capacities in late preterm and
full term infants
Nina Burtchen, Joseph Isler, William Fifer



Cognitive and behavioral outcomes associated with
late preterm birth: The role of perinatal complications
Nicole Talge, Claudia Holzman, Bertha Bullen,
Victoria Lucia, Naomi Breslau

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Variation in cognitive development as a function of
gestational age within the term range
Kimberly Noble, William Fifer

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Gestational age at birth and brain development
among children born at term
Kerry-Ann Grant, Natalie Hernandez, Curt Sandman,
Elysia Davis

(Event 2-186) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

(Event 2-188) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-186. The Interplay of Parental and Peer
Relationships in Early Childhood: Proximal
and Distal Influences

2-188. Targeting executive function and
self-regulation: New findings from pre-K
and elementary school interventions

Chair: Lara Mayeux
Discussant: Marlene Sandstrom
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Chair: Stephanie Jones
Discussant: Pamela Morris

Exploring Mothers' Memories of their Childhood Peer
Experiences and their Association with Social
Coaching Quality
Ashley Eaton, Nicole Werner
The Role of Child Hostile Attribution Biases in the
Association Between Parenting and Child
Aggression
Cassandra Cross, Lara Mayeux
From Parenting in Early Childhood to Behavior with
Friends in Middle Childhood: Continuity and
Mediating Processes
Sanny Smeekens, Ellen Peters, J. Marianne RiksenWalraven, Antonius Cillessen

220

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Strengthening at-risk children's school readiness: An
evaluation of a self-regulation intervention.
Megan McClelland, Sara Schmitt

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Effects of a Curricular Attempt to Improve SelfRegulation and Achievement in Prekindergarten
Children
Dale Farran, Sandra Wilson, Mark Lipsey

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Evaluating SECURe: Results from a small-scale pilot
study
Stephanie Jones, Robin Jacob, Frederick Morrison

(Event 2-189) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Friday, 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

2-189. Unpacking teacher-child
relationships: Multilevel risks and
mechanisms of teacher-child relationships
and children's development

4

Examining 24-month-olds' false-beliefs via
language
Martyna Galazka, Patricia Ganea, Gustaf
Gredeback

5

Memory With a Distraction
Michelle Debski, Cara DiYanni

6

Learning to Tell Coherent Personal Narratives:
Linkages to Mother-Child Reminiscing Over Time
Philip Hoffman, Catherine Haden, Peter Ornstein

Chair: Meghan McCormick
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Is school mobility a risk factor for low-income
children's relationships with their teachers? Evidence
from a longitudinal study
Allison Friedman-Krauss, C. Cybele Raver

7

Children's Suggestibility and Mother's Questioning
Style: Mutual Influences in Mother-Child
Conversation About a Prior Event
Karine Poitras, Kamala London

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Teacher-child relationships, teacher support, and
academic skill development: A multi-level mediation
approach
Meghan McCormick, Erin O'Connor

8

Developmental Differences in Selective Attention
Across SES Groups
Michele Tine

9

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Supportive relationships in urban schools: Individual
and classroom predictors of children's behavioral
engagement
Ha Kim, Elise Cappella

Does Infant Crying Hijack Our Attention? The
Impact of Emotional Priming on Cognitive Evoked
Potentials
Joanna Dudek, Ahmed Faress, Marc Bornstein,
David Haley

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Teacher-child conflict and the development of selfregulation in preschool children: The moderating role
of gender
Tamar Mintz, Bridget Hamre, Bridget Hatfield

10

Temporal Changes in Attention Allocation in
Kindergarten Students During Instruction
Karrie Godwin, Anna Fisher

11

Prenatal Maternal Stress Predicts Subclinical
Autism Traits in 6½ Year-old Children: Project Ice
Storm
David Laplante, Deborah Walder, Alain Brunet,
Suzanne King

12

Disaster-Related Prenatal Maternal Stress Affects
Cognitive and Language Abilities in Toddlers: The
Iowa Flood Study
David Laplante, Kimberly Nylen, Michael O'Hara,
Alain Brunet, Chunbo Yu, Suzanne King

13

Maternal cumulative risk during pregnancy and IQ
in 4 year olds: A moderation effect of
glucocorticoid receptor rs6198
Katherine Beckmann, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

14

Pubertal Development and Risky Sexual Behavior:
An Examination of Mediators
Jennifer Becnel

15

An Investigation of the Link between Female
Puberty and Adjustment Problems Using Different
Generations in the Same Community
Therése Skoog, Håkan Stattin

Friday, 2:40 pm - 3:40 pm

(Event 2-190) Poster Session 11
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Friday, 2:40 pm - 3:40 pm
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Level 0 perspective-taking: Developmental
relations between infants' joint attention skills,
toddlers' self-awareness and visual perspective
taking-skills
Susanne Kristen, Beate Sodian, Claudia
Thoermer, Hannah Perst
Socio-cultural Effects on Children's Initiation of
Joint Attention
Yana Gavrilov, Sarit Yaakoby - Rotem, Renana
Ofek, Ronny Geva
Deriving Mind from Matter: Effects of Delays on 6Year-Old Children's Generation and Retention of
Knowledge through Integration
Nicole Varga, Elizabeth White, Patricia Bauer

221

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Trajectories of sleep chronotype and physical
activity in adolescent girls: The crucial role of
menarche
Sarah Beal, Kevin Grimm, Lorah Dorn

28

Hitting the Slopes: Children's Use of Gradient
Cues in Reorientation
Corinne Holmes, Nora Newcombe, Steven
Weisberg, Daniele Nardi

17

MAOA and Adopted Chinese Girls' Behavior
Problems
Linda Camras, Jun Li, Tony Tan, Chuansheng
Chen, Robert Moyzis

29

Talking About the Spatial World: Individual
Differences in Parent Talk During Spatial Activities
Catherine Bradley, Sandra Ferret, Shannon
Pruden

18

Difficult Temperament and Externalizing Behavior
Problems in Preschool: A Genetically Informed
Cross-Lagged Model
Lauren Micalizzi, Manjie Wang, Kimberly Saudino

30

Spatial Reasoning in a Social World
Anna Waismeyer, Andrew Meltzoff, Lucia Jacobs

31

The role of understanding mental state language in
children's development of school relevant skills
Susanne Ebert, Sabine Weinert

32

The appearance-reality distinction: spontaneous
contrastives in the discourse of young children
Mikkel Hansen, Christine Simonin, Arne Poulsen

33

Do Monkeys Automatically Calculate Beliefs?
Alia Martin, Laurie Santos

34

Gaze patterns and pupil responses in an advanced
theory of mind task.
Susan Letourneau, Bruce Homer, Elizabeth
Hayward

35

Preschoolers use generics to explain thematic
relations and non-generics to explain taxonomic
relations
Elizabeth Ware

36

Behavioural and Eye Gaze Analyses of Children's
Appreciation of Antonymy
Catherine Phillips, Penny Pexman

37

Whose Idea is This? Children's Beliefs About Idea
Ownership
Helana Girgis, Douglas Behrend

38

Children's Understanding of a Food's
Healthfulness as Indicated by its Shape Versus
Substance
Helana Girgis, Simone Nguyen

39

Contributions of Executive Function and Verbal IQ
to Reading and Math Readiness at Age 4
Tashauna Blankenship, Amanda Watson, Martha
Ann Bell

19

20

Do multi-gene composites better predict
adolescent antisocial and depression problems
through interactions with parenting than candidate
genes?
Dave Sosnowski, Kristine Marceau, Briana
Horwitz, David Reiss, Jenae Neiderhiser
Bodily Freezing in Adolescence and the Role of
Stressful Life Events
Hannah Niermann, Verena Ly, Anna Hölscher,
Inge Volman, Sanny Smeekens, Karin Roelofs

21

In What is an Infant's Theory of Mind ‘Implicit?'
Jake Stone

22

Predicting Social Behavior by Sound & Surface
Appearance in Infancy
Ashley Lyons, Erik Cheries

23

Joint attention, protoinformative pointing and
coping with frustration among Polish infants.
Arkadiusz Bialek, Marta Bialecka-Pikul, Malgorzata
Stepien-Nycz

24

12 month olds learn who is valued by "emotional
eavesdropping", with cultural differences
Wanying Zhao, Janine Gellerman, J. Kiley Hamlin

25

Does the child's knowledge of objects influence the
quality and quantity of parents' gesture input?
Nevena Dimitrova, Seyda Ozcaliskan

26

The Development of Co-representation Effects in a
Joint Task: Do Children Represent a Co-actor?
Sophie Milward, Ian Apperly, Sotaro Kita

27

Do Children's Mental Images Represent Spatial
Properties of the Depicted Scene? Evidence from
Mental Scanning and Rotation
Marina Wimmer, Elizabeth Robinson, Martin
Doherty

222

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The Role of Maternal Sensitivity and Executive
Functioning in the Learning Engagement
Trajectories of High-Risk Children
Rachel Abenavoli, Mark Greenberg

41

Speed Isn't Everything: Complex Processing
Speed Measures Mask Individual Differences and
Age-Related Changes in Executive Control
Nicholas Cepeda, Katharine Blackwell, Yuko
Munakata

42

Interactions between knowledge and expertise in
determining reality status
Gabriel Lopez-Mobilia, Jacqueline Woolley

43

The Relation Between Individual Differences in
Fantasy Orientation and Attribution of Life-like
Characteristics to a Robot
Kelsey Wheat, Megan Dachenhausen, Rebecca
Younger, Melina McCrain, Rachel Severson

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Causal Supports for Name-Based Inductive
Inference in Preschoolers
Amy Booth

53

Information Becomes Evidence when an
Explanation can Incorporate it into a Broader
Causal Framework
Barbara Koslowski, Francoise Vermeylen,
Alexandra Hildreth, Briana Robustelli

54

Analogical Reasoning in Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorder: An Eye-tracking Study
Li Yi, Zhe Chen, Enda Tan, Yuebo Fan, Tracy
Nishida

55

Pedagogy vs. Exploration: Parent-Child
Interactions in a Museum Setting
Gavin Fung, Maureen Callanan

56

The Effect of Analogy and Relational Language on
Young Children's Map Reading
Lei Yuan, David Uttal, Dedre Gentner

57

Infants' Object Representations of Pattern from
Light and Pigment
Rebecca Woods

58

Do two half cups equal two whole cups?: A study
on children's part and whole object representation
Pierina Cheung, Chen Shen, Peggy Li, Susan
Carey

59

Early Identification of Preschoolers At Risk for
Mathematical Learning Disabilities
Felicia Chu, Kristy vanMarle, David Geary

A Preliminary Validation of the Early Childhood
Educators Knowledge of Self-Regulation Skills
Questionnaire
Elizabeth Willis, Laura Dinehart, Leanord Bliss

60

Non-Symbolic Multiplication, Division and
Inversion in Young Children
Koleen McCrink, Hilary Barth

Neurophysiological mechanisms of emerging
emotion regulation in typical preschool children.
Adam Grabell, Yanni Liu, Twila Tardif

61

Production of Referential Statements in Children
with ADHD, and Relations with Executive
Functioning
Anisha Varghese, Amy Zhaoxia Xu, Agnieszka
Fecica, Elizabeth Nilsen

62

Communicative Ambiguity in Children with ADHD
Amy Zhaoxia Xu, Anisha Varghese, Agnieszka
Fecica, Elizabeth Nilsen

63

Working Memory Deficits Mediate Academic
Underachievement in Children with AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Lisa Kasper, R. Matt Alderson, Connor Patros,
Kristen Hudec, Meagan Green

The Relationship Between Fantasy Orientation
and Emotion Regulation
Melissa McInnis, Jillian Pierucci, Sydney Rowles,
Ansley Gilpin
Neural development underlying symbolic number
acquisition: an effective connectivity approach
Joonkoo Park, Elizabeth Brannon
The Role of Working Memory in Arithmetic
Performance Differs by Strategy and Age
Lucy Cragg, Camilla Gilmore, Sophie Richardson,
Paula Hubber

49

On the Stability of Individual Differences in
Children's Numerical Approximation Skills
Melissa Libertus, Lisa Feigenson, Justin Halberda

50

Moral Disengagement as Influenced by In-group
and Out-group Effects of Immigrant Status: An
experimental Study on Children and EarlyAdolescents
Simona Caravita, Dagmar Strohmeier

51

How Preschoolers Make Prospective Moral
Decisions
Janani Prabhakar, Deena Weisberg, Alan Leslie

223

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Factor Analytic Examination of Convergent and
Divergent Validity of the Mullen Scales of Early
Learning
Lauren Swineford, Whitney Guthrie, Audrey Thurm

66

Links Between Peer Victimization and Internalizing
Symptoms in High Functioning Adolescent Boys
with ASD
Bridget Fredstrom, Lauren Holleb, Somer Bishop,
Amie Duncan, Ryan Adams

76

The Role of Peer-Perceived Popularity on
Collaborative Learning: A Dyadic Perspective
Rob Gommans, Eliane Segers, William Burk, Ron
Scholte

77

Academic Aspirations in Canadian Adolescent
Immigrants: The Role of Relationships at School
Monique Gagne, Joanna Tan, Jose Domene,
Jennifer Shapka

78

Dyadic Computer Programming Instruction for
Middle School Students: Friendship Promotes
Learning
Amy Hartl, Dawn DeLay, Jill Denner, Linda
Werner, Brett Laursen, Ashley Richmond, Shirja
Dirghangi, Cody Hiatt, Daniel Dickson, Gilly
Bortman, Lauren Shawcross

79

Convergent Findings about Peer Group Influences
on Classroom Engagement from Analyses using
RSiena and SEM
Thomas Kindermann, Dawn DeLay, Brett Laursen,
Rita Yelverton, Hyuny Clark-Shim

67

Employing Working Memory in Representational
Drawing: Differences between Children with and
without Autism
Kayla Ten Eycke

68

Repetitive Behaviors in Autism Spectrum
Disorders: Influences of Anxiety, Age, and
Cognitive Ability
Katherine Sullivan, Johanna Lantz, Maureen
McSwiggan-Hardin, Andrew Gerber, Agnes
Whitaker, Bradley Peterson

69

Families Raising Children with Autism: Parenting
Behaviors during Play in High- and Low-Risk
Samples
Amy Jo Schwichtenberg, Gregory Young,
Enriqueta Correa, Andrew Tubbs, Meghan Miller,
Susie Xiong, Sally Ozonoff

80

The Role of Financial Stress, Residential Status,
and Familial Support on Academic Achievement
for Mexican, Chinese, and European American
Youth
Julienne Palbusa, Kevin Kaeochinda

70

Predictors of Marital Adjustment, Family
Satisfaction, and Resilience among Parents of
Children with Disabilities
Mary Jo Coiro, Lorien Baker

82

Resilient Counteractions: A Qualitative Exploration
of Young Adult Responses to Microaggressions in
Community Colleges
Saskias Casanova, Margary Martin, Carola
Suarez-Orozco

71

Accuracy of a parent-report screening instrument
in an urban pediatric clinic
Mary Ward, Andrea Goldsmith, Hina Talib,
Natasha Bamji, Mary Cheffers

83

Influence of Family and School Socio Economic
Status on Early Writing Skills
Cynthia Puranik, Meng Hua, Emily Boss,
Christopher Lonigan

84

Longitudinal Effects of the Arkansas Better
Chance Program: Findings from First Grade
through Fourth Grade
Kwanghee Jung, W. Steven Barnett, Jason
Hustedt, Jessica Francis

85

Variation in Children's Engagement in
Conversational Exchanges With Teachers and
Peers Across Preschool Classroom Settings
Sonia Cabell, Natalie Bohlmann, Leslie Booren,
Jamie DeCoster, Amanda Williford

72

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The Effects of Social Cognitive Understanding on
Aggressive Behaviors and Behavioral Adjustment
of Children With Hearing Loss
Sibel Kazak Berument, Asli Sarikardasoglu
Mother-child attachment, mothers' beliefs,
perceptions, and involvement, and children's
school outcomes in Taiwan
Hui-Hua Chen, WenChun Wang, Lisa Newland, YiChing Liang, LiHua Chen, Shu-Ting Hsu

74

Differential Effects of Parent Involvement by Type:
Parent Involvement in the Home vs. School
C. Momoko Hayakawa, Arthur Reynolds

75

A Multilevel Approach to Examining Parental
Involvement in Kindergarten
Julie Grossman, Daniela Aldoney

224

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Exploring Young children's Epistemic Reasoning in
Science Inquiry
X. Christine Wang

98

It Takes Two To Tango: A Unique Approach to
Temper Tantrum Analysis
Jennifer Bisson, James Green, Michael Potegal

87

Long -Term Effects through Grade Three of the
EarlyAuthors Program for Low-Income, Ethnically
Diverse Preschoolers
Alicia Borre Montealegre, Adam Winsler, Judith
Bernard, Charles Bleiker

99

Emotion Regulation During Mother-Adolescent
Conflict Discussions: The Role of Empathy
Alexandra Main, Joseph Campos, Qing Zhou, Jodi
Halpern

100
88

What mediates reading to young children and
reading achievement?
Allen Gottfried, Anthony Rodriguez, Adele
Gottfried, Harry Meussner, Lillian Hollaway

Intimate Partner Violence, Reciprocity of ParentChild Hostility and Child Externalizing Behavior
Ashley Maliken, Lynn Katz

101

A Longitudinal Study of Conflict with Mothers,
Romantic relationship Negativity, and Depressive
Symptoms in Mexican-Origin Females
Dayanna Reeves, Mayra Bamaca-Colbert, Emile
Tilghman-Osborne, Peter Kim

102

Maternal Executive Functioning and Parenting
Behavior during Interactions with 8-Month Old
Infants
Robert Miller, Lauren Laake, Rachel Schultz,
Lauren Boddy, Nicole Burt, Mary Nasca, David
Bridgett

103

Putting on a happy face: Conditional regard for
anger predicts linguistic markers of psychological
distancing
Melanie Fox, Kizzann Ramsook, Jessica Borelli,
Patricia Smiley

104

Mothers' Moment-to-Moment Emotions and
Coping Responses to Real-Life Parenting
Challenges: An Ecological Momentary
Assessment Study
Nastassia Hajal, Pamela Cole, Jason Bendezu,
Douglas Teti

105

The Association between Child
Neurodevelopmental Risks, Maternal Stress, and
Detachment
Melissa Duchene, Brenda Jones Harden

106

Maternal Education and Mother-Child Play in
Latino Immigrant Head Start Families
Maria Marti, Saskia Op den Bosch, Helena Duch

107

The Role of the Family Environment in Child
Conduct Problems, Hyperactivity, and Prosocial
Behaviors
Laura Wray-Lake, Nicole Morgan, Jennifer Maggs,
Megan Patrick

108

"You have to listen to me because I'm in charge!"
Explicit Instruction Improves Sibling Supervision
Barbara Morrongiello, Stacey Schell

89

Examining the Predictive Role of Grade 3 Fall
Spelling, Reading Fluency and Reading
Comprehension on Spring Reading
Comprehension
Callie Little, Sara Hart, Christopher
Schatschneider, Jeanette Taylor

90

Academic and Ethnic Identities and Supportive
Racial Climates: Contributions to Early
Adolescents' Perceptions of School Climate
Kara Kogachi, Sandra Graham

91

Student Perspectives and Solutions for Handling
School Budget Cuts
Mariah Kornbluh, Jennifer Neal

92

Are the Rich Really Richer? Socio-Economic
Status and the High School Experience.
Shereen Khan, Danielle Law, Leigh Yang, Jennifer
Shapka, Jose Domene

93

What Role Does the Family Play in Middle School
Students' Feelings of School Connectedness?
Alexandra Loukas, Milena Batanova

94

Academic Coping in Elementary School: The
Dynamics of Motivational Resilience
Ellen Skinner, Jennifer Pitzer, Joel Steele

95

School Engagement as a Mediator Linking Home,
Temperament, and Peers to Academic Outcomes
Among Low-Income Latino Kindergartners
Crystal Bryce, Jodi Swanson, Richard Fabes,
Laura Hanish, Carol Martin

96

The Effects of Neighborhood Hope,
Belongingness, and Academic Engagement on
Achievement
James Alverson, Cecil Robinson

97

Predicting Adolescent Romantic Relationship
Conflict from Parent-Child Conflict Over Time
Brittany Mathews, Katherine Klipfel, Shannon
Claxton, Manfred van Dulmen

225

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The early antecedents of preschoolers' sibling
relationship: Links with marital quality and
parenting
Nora Szabo

120

Exploring the association between immigrant
status, acculturation, and father involvement
W. Justin Dyer, Keitaro Yoshida, Brent McBride,
Rosa Santos

110

Adolescent Health: Links with Sibling Relationship
Qualities
Umadevi Senguttuvan, Alexander Jensen, Shawn
Whiteman

121

Examination of Interactive Effects of Parenting
Locus of Control and Parents Negative
Perceptions on Child Abuse Potential
Lucy McGoron, Abbie Barse, Laura Scaramella,
Moira Riley

111

Positive Prenatal Feelings Promote the
Development of Healthier Early Feeding Habits
Seyed Ali Khalessi Hosseini, Melissa McManus,
Jahanzeb Ashraf, Stephanie Reich

122

Income Inequality and Child Maltreatment in the
U.S.
John Eckenrode, Elliott Smith, Margaret McCarthy,
Michael Dineen

123

Standard Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: An
Effective Treatment for Child Maltreatment
Rae Thomas, Melanie Zimmer-Gembeck

124

Influence of Maternal Parenting Stress on Child's
Language Development through Mother's
Behaviors to Child: A Longitudinal study of 4-5 and
6-7 year old children
Mai Hasegawa

112

The Relationship of Parenting-Specific Maternal
Stress and Depression over the First Year
Postpartum
Elizabeth Thomason, Brenda Volling, Heather
Flynn, Sheila Marcus, Susan McDonough, Juan
Lopez, Delia Vazquez

113

Maternal-Fetal Attachment Offsets the Risk for
Negative Parenting Attitudes in a Sample of
Depressed Pregnant Women
Arianna Gard, Patricia Van Horn, Alicia Lieberman

114

Exploring Pathways from Maternal Depression and
Paternal Involvement in Childrearing to Intention of
Second Childbirth
Nary Shin

125

Stressful parent/adolescent relations and mother
and adolescent adjustment: Moderating effects of
demanding kin relations
Azeb Gebre, Mia Budescu, Ronald Taylor

115

Mothers' and Fathers' Responses to Negative
Emotions: Contributions of Coparenting and
Physiological Regulation
Alysia Blandon, Elizabeth Shewark

126

Title: Development of a Measurement Architecture
to Support Evaluation of a Community-Based
Participatory Model of Family Education
Tracy Bradfield, Lauren Martin, Alisha WackerleHollman, Megan Rodriguez, Tisa Thomas

116

Relationship, Physiological, and Child Correlates
of Mothers' and Fathers' Coparenting
Alysia Blandon

127

Cross Informant Reports of Child Coping and
Internalizing Symptoms Following a Pediatric
Cancer Diagnosis
Leandra Desjardins, Erin Rodriguez, Madeleine
Dunn, Cynthia Gerhardt, Kathryn Vannatta, Bruce
Compas

128

Parents Coping With Their Child's Cancer:
Individual and Dyadic Associations Between
Coping and Depressive Symptoms
Heather Bemis, Madeleine Dunn, Erin Rodriguez,
Cynthia Gerhardt, Kathryn Vannatta, Bruce
Compas

129

Disorders of Sex Development: Families'
Experiences in Clinic
Tiffany Abrego, Carol Freedman-Doan, Melissa
Gardner, David Sandberg

117

Identifying Family Dynamics with Daily Diaries:
Relations Between Adolescent Affect and ParentAdolescent Relationship Quality
Christine Merrilees, Edward Cummings, JoAnn
Hsueh, Kristen Faucetta

118

Parental structure and autonomy support in
context: The role of family culture and
socioeconomic position
Jacquelyn Raftery-Helmer, Kristine Marbell,
Wendy Grolnick, Esteban Cardemil

119

Parenting and Children's Problem Behaviors: A
Multilevel Analysis in Two Countries
Berna Aytac, Alison Pike

226

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Racial disparities in early life lead exposure are
associated with later school suspensions
Michael Amato, Colleen Moore, Sheryl
Magzament, Pamela Imm, Jeffrey Havlena, Henry
Anderson, Marty Kanarek

142

Infants Fail to Track Statistical Regularities Across
Multiple Talkers
Casey Lew-Williams, Jenny Saffran

143

Consistency matters: how pre-exposure to object
and label affects word learning
Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Nivedita Mani

144

Learning from Jabberwocky: 3.5-Year-Olds Use
Purely Structural Information to Interpret Verbs
Jessica Love, Cynthia Fisher

How important is food security to a child's health?
A comparative analysis
Irma Arteaga
Three- and four-year-olds are sensitive to the
context-varying acceptability of unconventionalbut-interpretable referring terms
Colin Bannard, Derya Kadipasaoglu

145

Children's Use of Body Orientation in Word
Learning: An Eye-Tracking Study
Esther Murillo, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian

146

The effect of talker variability during word learning
Giovanna Morini, Rochelle Newman

134

The Contribution of Maternal Requests for
Clarification to Preschoolers' Ability to Uniquely
Identify Referents in Narratives
Ana Carmiol, Danielle Matthews

147

Intervention Fidelity, Teacher Perceptions and
Child Outcomes of a Preschool Literacy
Curriculum: A Mixed Methods Study
Dawn Davis

135

Infant communicative vocal acts: variable relations
between infant sex and maternal and paternal
responsiveness
Jennifer Hand, Julie Gros-Louis

148

"We ask the Government to Take Action on men
that get Schoolgirls Pregnant": Curbing Gender
Discrimination in Tanzania
Rachel Hagues

136

Assertive and Affiliative Language in 7-Year-Olds'
Interactions with Siblings and Friends
Gabrielle Tiede, Devin McGuey, Olivia Derella,
Daniel Volk, Megan McLafferty, Ganie DeHart

149

Triadic Census: A New Method to Analyzing
Complex Social Interactions
Jennifer Miller, Amanda Lossia, Catalina SuarezRivera

137

I went to the garage, and I saw a pig: Information
about location guides 30-month-olds' attention to
unnamed objects
Ricardo Bion, Anne Fernald

150

Data Collection for Adolescents in the 21st
Century: Evaluating Online Versus In-Person
Interview Data
Jennifer Shapka, Jose Domene, Leigh Yang,
Shereen Khan

138

Understanding collaborative reference in children
Margaret Echelbarger, Kristina Rodriguez, Jeffrey
Geiger, Darren Gergle

151

Ethnicity Differences in Motivations for
Cyberbullying: A Comparison of Reactive and
Proactive Aggression
Jennifer Shapka, Danielle Law, Rebecca Collie,
Monique Gagne

152

Qualitative Developmental Research Online:
Researchers' Experiences of Interviewing
Adolescents Using Instant Messaging
Jose Domene, Shereen Khan, Danielle Law,
Monique Gagne, Jennifer Shapka

153

Adolescents' and Parents' Religious Norms:
Perception and Influence on Adolescent Behavior
Ryan Woodbury, Natalie Johnson, Sam Hardy,
David Dollahite

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Participation in the National School Lunch
Program and Food Security: A regression
discontinuity design analysis of transitions into
kindergarten
Irma Arteaga, Colleen Heflin

Children's Interpretation of the Function Words
'and' and 'with': an Eyetracking Investigation
Tom Fritzsche, Yarden Kedar, Barbara Hoehle,
Dana David

140

The Effects of Background Speech on Early Word
Learning
Brianna McMillan, Jenny Saffran

141

8-month-olds recognize inflections but fail to use
them for segmentation
Lindsay Bacala, Roberta Golinkoff, Melanie
Soderstrom

227

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Positive Parenting and Generativity as
Longitudinal Predictors of Young Adults' Ratings of
the Importance of Religious Instruction
Michael Pratt, Susan Alisat

155

Adolescent Religiousness as a Protective Factor
against Pornography Use
Sam Hardy, Michael Steelman, Sarah Coyne,
Robert Ridge

156

Monitoring and Self-regulation: The Mediated
Effects of Parents' and Adolescents' Religiousness
on Adolescent Substance Use
Chris Holmes, Julee Farley, Gregory Longo,
Jeanette Walters, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

166

The Immigrant Paradox and Obesity: The
Mediating Role of Sedentary Behaviors
Mary Beth McCullough, Amy Marks, Bridgid Conn

167

Investigation of the Well-being of School Refugee
Children in the UK in Comparison to a NonRefugee Control Group
Sara Hammuda, Muthanna Samara, Aiman El
Asam

168

Parents' Perceptions of Loss and Hope among
Forced and Voluntary West African Migrants
Sonia Roubeni, Lucia De Haene, Eva Keatly,
Andrew Rasmussen

169

Stability of Language Brokering Attitudes in Latino
Youth: Examining Differences in Child, Cultural,
Familial and Social Factors
Emile Tilghman-Osborne, Mayra Bamaca-Colbert,
Peter Kim, Michael Hecht

170

Influence of Worker Ethnicity and Ethnic Labeling
on White Children's Occupational Attitudes
Julie Hughes, Jeni Alo, Kirstin Krieger, Lindsay
O'Leary

171

Trust, Forgiveness and Peace Among Adolescents
in Northern Ireland
Laura Taylor, Christine Merrilees, Catherine Reidy,
Marcie Goeke-Morey, Justin Luningham, Pete
Shirlow, Edward Cummings

172

The Positive Effect of Priming Interracial
Interactions on Young Children
Arianne Eason, Sarah Hailey, Kristina Olson

157

Teachers and Religious Socialization: The Role of
Teachers' Facilitation of Meaningful Religious
Identity Formation Processes
Maya Cohen-Malayev, Elli Schachter, Yisrael Rich

158

Sharing Goods in the Dictator Game is Related to
Theory of Mind in Preschool Girls but not Boys
Stefanie Hoehl, Jasmin Munske, Sophie
Schoenmaekers

159

Adolescents' Empathy, Parental Expectations,
Optimal experience and Prosocial Behavior in
Argentinean children
Belén Mesurado, María Cristina Richaud

160

What We do When Children are Good: How
Parents Reinforce their Preschool Children's
Prosocial Behaviors
Juan Casas, Alicia Bower, Kathryn Kovac

173
161

Infants' Action Prediction is Facilitated by Action
Experience
Janny Stapel, Sabine Hunnius, Marlene Meyer,
Rianne Haartsen, Harold Bekkering

Homelessness and School Readiness in a Large,
Urban Head Start Program
Elizabeth Bell, Rebecca Bulotsky-Shearer

174

Going the Distance: How Do Infants Make
Decisions Requiring Locomotion?
Jill Dosso, Sandra Herrera, Natalia Kolis, JeanPaul Boudreau

Is Full Day Better Than Half Day? A Propensity
Score Analysis of the Impact of Head Start
Intensity on Children's School Readiness
Xiaoli Wen, Christine Leow

175

Psychological Responses to Violence Exposure in
High-poverty African American Youth: A
Longitudinal Analysis
John Bolland, Shannon Hitchcock, Anneliese
Bolland

176

Mexican-American children's understanding of
their ethnic-national categories and their sense of
group belonging
Oscar Baldelomar

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163

Developmental Changes in the Infant N290 in
Response to Faces and Toys
Nicole Zieber, John Richards

164

Face Perception in newborns with no previous
exposure to the external facial features
Fatma Zohra Sai

165

Face-voice representation of gender in 3.5- and 6month-old infants
Anne Hillairet de Boisferon, Eve Dupierrix, Helene
Loevenbruck, Kang Lee, Paul Quinn, David
Lewkowicz, Olivier Pascalis

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Strength of Identification with Ethnic Labels Among
Second-Generation Latino/a Adolescents and
Emerging Adults
Eunice Rhee, Kelly Cruz, Ravreet Cheema, Ariana
Ayvar, Janet Oh

178

Racial Identity-Context Congruence in
Predominantly White and Predominantly Black
Settings
Christy Byrd, Tabbye Chavous

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181

Race Differences in the Development of Academic
Gender Stereotypes of Black and White
Adolescents
Kristine Copping, Beth Kurtz-Costes, Dana Wood,
Olivenne Skinner
What can Boys and Girls do? Preschoolers'
Perspectives Regarding Gender Roles Across
Domains of Behavior
Erin Baker, Marie Tisak

Mothers' and Fathers' Beliefs About the GenderAppropriateness of Toys
Rachel Stoiko, Darcey Powell, Katherine Karraker

183

Is One Incident Enough? Daily Associations of
Cyberbullying With Well-Being and School
Adjustment Among Latino Adolescents
Guadalupe Espinoza, Jaana Juvonen

184

Do Reactions to Bullying Vary Depending on
Perpetrator?
Hannah Schacter, Jaana Juvonen

185

Predictors of Type of Bystander Behavior in
Response to Bullying: An Ecological Inquiry
Eli Cwinn, Karl Hennig

186

187

188

The Effects of Social Support and Social Initiation
Skills on Depression, Loneliness, and Alcohol
Problems Among First-Year College Students
Edward Lomash, Tess Krakoff, Jonathan
Mattanah, Kristina Huber, Janna Steinberg, Jackie
Bouvalong, Maria Clemente

190

Social Comparison Orientation in Chinese
Adolescents: Associations With Socioemotional
Adjustment and School Achievement
Rui Fu

191

Improvement in Social Functioning in Youth with
Autism Spectrum Disorders Using a Theatrebased, Peer-mediated Intervention
Blythe Corbett, Deanna Swain, Catherine Coke,
David Simon, Cassandra Newsom, Nea HouchinsJuarez, Ashley Jenson, Lily Wang, Yanna Song
Rejection Sensitivity Influences the Relation
between Cybervictimization and Depressive
Symptoms
Melissa Hord, Ethan Rothstein, Elizabeth Baroni,
Patricia Dieter, Cynthia Erdley

192

Why Is It Worse To Be a Sissy Than a Tomboy?
Links Between Status and Gender
Ursula Sanborn, Kimberly Powlishta

182

189

Linking Social Support and Adolescent Prosocial
Behavior in Close Relationships: Mediation
Through Empathy and Need for Approval
Mary Eberly Lewis, Jacenta Gabriel, Taryn
Coetzee
Cooperation and strength of social ties in authentic
adolescent social networks
Stephanie Burnett Heyes, Yeou-Rong Jih, Per
Block, Jennifer Lau
Kindness Near and Far: The Role of Close Friends
and Perceived Prosocial Norms in Promoting
Young Adolescents' Prosocial Conduct
Samantha White, Jaana Juvonen

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193

Sweating Under Pressure: Electrodermal
Reactivity Moderates the Association Between
Peer Victimization and Externalizing Behavior
Kim Gregson, Kelly Tu, Stephen Erath

194

How Does Low Academic Achievement Contribute
to Peer Victimization? Internalizing Symptoms as
an Explanatory Mechanism
Ingrid Vatsaas, Megan Flynn

195

Development of Cognitive Diatheses for
Depression Subsequent to Peer Victimization:
Moderation by Age and Gender
Kathryn Roeder, David Cole, Keneisha Sinclair,
Tammy Dukewich, Julia Felton, Amy Jacky, Carlos
Tilghman-Osborne

196

Mothers' emotional tone depends on the nature of
the child's transgression
Briana Sherlock, Audun Dahl, Joseph Campos

197

Socialization of Coping: Correlates of Maternal
Coping Coaching in Families With and Without a
History of Depression
Kelly Watson, Jennifer Dunbar, Hannah Simon,
Emily Hardcastle, Bruce Compas

198

Parental Management of Peers and Support of
Peer Activities: Are They Related to Adolescents'
Aggressive and Prosocial Behavior?
Haeli Gerardy, Amy Luckner, Nina Mounts

199

An Examination of Parent Gender and Child
Emotion Language
Amy Neal, Julie Dunsmore, Amy Halberstadt, Pa
Her

200

Parents' Own Autobiographical Memories of
Childhood Contribute to Subjectivity in Ratings of
Perceived Child Temperament
Erika Manczak, Maria Wong, Aya Shigeto, Sarah
Schoppe-Sullivan, Geoffrey Brown, Dan
McAdams, Sarah Mangelsdorf

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204

Factor analysis of the Infant Behavior
Questionnaire-Very Short Form in a low-income
sample
Stephanie Anzman-Frasca, Brittany James, Leann
Birch, Jennifer Savage
Baseline-to-Task EEG Power Differences as a
Function of Shyness and Executive Function Task
Performance
Christy Wolfe, Katelyn Wills, Martha Ann Bell
Exploring Dimensionality of Effortful Control in
Preschool Children Using Hot (Response-Cost)
and Cool (Response-Neutral) Tasks
Nicholas Allan, Christopher Lonigan
Evaluating the Construct Validity of the EmotionRelated Parenting Styles Self-Test
Shawna Scott, Julie Hakim-Larson, Melissa
Wuerch, Sylvia Voelker, Kimberley Babb

205

Turkish Mothers' Discussion of Emotions with
Children: Relations to Self-Construal, Affect
Expression and Children's Behavioral Adjustment
Hande Benveniste, Feyza Corapci, Sibel Kancal,
Nihal Meric

206

The pathway from maternal depression to mastery
motivation: The first three years
Jung Ah Lee, Kathy Stansbury

207

Child and Parent Characteristics as Determinants
of Emotion Socialization
Katie Rasmussen, Amy Root, Ying Dong

208

Link between Emotion Regulation and Adolescent
Behavior Problems: Examination of Parent-Child
and Peer Relationships as Moderators
Michael Criss, Amanda Morris, Lixian Cui, Cara
Bosler, Ellen Harwell, Julie Staton

209

The Benefits of Regulating Emotions: Predictions
from Adolescent Emotional Repair to Multiple
Domains of Young Adult Adjustment
Elenda Hessel, Megan Schad, Emily Loeb, Joseph
Allen

230

210

Behavioral and neural bases of regulation of
craving for food in childhood and adolescence
Jennifer Silvers

211

Patterns among Adolescent Emotion Regulation
Strategies: Associations with Internalizing
Problems
Jessica Lougheed, Tom Hollenstein

212

Coder-rated attachment predicts anxious rejection
sensitivity in school-aged children
David Bond, Laura Perrone, Michelle Reade,
Nicole Welindt, Lauren Vazquez, Jessica Borelli

213

Attachment Representations and Emotion
Understanding in Middle Childhood: Stability and
Change Over 2 years in a High-risk Sample
Kiara Schlesinger, Howard Steele, Marilina Rufino

214

Reliability and Validity of New Scales for
Measuring Attachment Style in Friendships
Emily Jackson, Patrick Cooper, Rachel Pauletti,
James Handrinos, David Perry

215

Task-Related Expressions of Pride and Shame:
Links to Attachment and Language Development
Margareth Lafontant

216

Toddler Adaptation: Parent/Child Responses to the
Problem-solving Task, Strange Situation
Paradigm, and Adult Attachment Interview
Moira Domaille, Howard Steele, Miriam Steele

Institute of Medicine/National Academies and the U.S.
National Committee for the International Union for
Psychological Science.

Friday, 4:10 pm - 5:10 pm

(Event 2-191) Presidential Address
4:10 PM - 5:10 PM; Grand Ballroom ABCD
(Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)

Friday, 5:10 pm - 6:40 pm

2-191. Global Perspectives on Resilience in
Children and Youth

(Event 2-192) Reception
Grand Ballroom Foyer (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd
Floor)

Chair: Greg Duncan
Speaker: Ann Masten
Abstract: Developmental research on resilience
emerged in the aftermath of World War II, in the context
of growing concerns about consequences for children of
exposures to war and genocide, disasters, terrorism,
community and family violence, poverty, maltreatment,
exploitation, and related risks for human development.
Research on the lives of young people at high risk for
diverse reasons revealed striking variability, with many
positive outcomes suggesting resilience processes. The
turn of the 21st century brought further social, economic
and ecological shocks with profound repercussions for
global well-being, as well as a burgeoning science on the
neurobiology of resilience. Now there is a new surge of
international interest in integrative resilience research
spanning multiple levels of analysis and action. This
surge is drawing developmental scientists into a global
community of investigators, first responders, and policy
makers from different disciplines, cultures, and nations.
This address will highlight past and future contributions of
developmental science to the global enterprise of
understanding and promoting resilience in human
development and the value of international studies and
perspectives on resilience for advancing developmental
science and its applications.

2-192. Presidential Reception
This reception follows the Presidential Address and all
are welcome! Please come and mingle with friends, meet
new people, and enjoy refreshments. Hors d'oeuvres will
be served and beverages will be available at cash bars.

Biography: Ann S. Masten is the
Irving B. Harris Professor of Child
Development and Distinguished
McKnight University Professor in the
Institute of Child Development,
University of Minnesota. She grew
up in a military family, attended
Smith College, and completed her
PhD in clinical psychology at the
University of Minnesota, with an
internship at UCLA. She joined the
faculty of the Institute in 1986,
serving as Director from 1999-2005. Her research
focuses on understanding processes that promote
competence and prevent problems in human
development. She directs the Project Competence
studies of risk and resilience, including research with
normative populations and high-risk young people
exposed to war, natural disasters, poverty,
homelessness, and migration. She is currently President
of the Society for Research in Child Development and
also serves on the Board of Children, Youth and Families,

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(Event 3-003) Paper Symposium
Ravenna ABC (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-001) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-003. Children's Experiences Across Early
Educational Contexts and Home:
Identifying Mechanisms to Support
Adrenocortical Functioning

3-001. The Role of Parenting Behaviors in
Young Children's Executive Function and
Self-Regulation Development: Going
Beyond Sensitive Parenting

Chair: Clancy Blair


Effects of Teacher-Child Relationship Intervention for
Children with Behavior Problems on Child Cortisol
Patterns at Child Care
Bridget Hatfield, Amanda Williford



Effects of a School Readiness Intervention for
Children in Foster Care on Diurnal Cortisol at the
Start of School
Katherine Pears, Alice Graham, Hyoun Kim, Philip
Fisher



Child Care and Cortisol Across Early Childhood:
Context Matters
Daniel Berry, Clancy Blair, Alexandra Ursache,
Michael Willoughby, Douglas Granger, Patricia
Garrett-Peters, W. Roger Mills-Koonce, Lynne
Vernon-Feagans, Mary Bratsch-Hines



Morning Cortisol in Pre-school Aged Children:
Interactive Contributions of Childcare Provider and
Maternal Behavior
Leah Hibel, Evelyn Mercado

Chair: Samantha Worzalla Bindman


Bio-Social Mechanisms of Executive Function
Transmission Across Early Childhood: Maternal
Executive Function and Caregiving
Kimberly Cuevas, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Amanda
Watson, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Katherine Morasch,
Martha Ann Bell



Early Positive and Negative Parenting: Predictors of
Growth in Executive Functioning
Rachel McKinnon, Clancy Blair, Alexandra Ursache



Links Between Parenting Dimensions, SelfRegulation, and Academic Achievement in Latino
and Caucasian Children
Guadalupe Diaz, Megan McClelland



Links Between Maternal Management Language and
Preschoolers' Executive Function Development: The
Moderating Role of Child Temperament
Samantha Worzalla Bindman, Pamela Davis-Kean,
Frederick Morrison

(Event 3-004) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-002) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-002. The role of sleep in learning and
memory in typical and atypical
development

3-004. Biological Stress Response Systems
and Child Social Competence and
Psychopathology Symptoms:
Psychological and Environmental
Moderators

Chair: Rebecca Gomez

Chair: J. Benjamin Hinnant



Sleep-dependent memory consolidation in preschool
children
Rebecca Spencer



Children's Cortisol Reactivity and Conceptual
Perspective-Taking Predicting Social Competence
Jackie Nelson



Sleep and learning in Down syndrome
Jamie Edgin

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Wake, but not sleep, promotes word learning and
generalization in 2.5-year-old children
Denise Werchan, Rebecca Gomez

Peer Stress in Preadolescence: Psychophysiological
and Coping Responses
Stephen Erath, Kelly Tu
(continued)

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Cortisol and ADHD symptoms: the moderating role of
the DRD4-48 bp polymorphism and Stressful Life
Events
Alessandra Frigerio, Sarah Nazzari, Elisa Ceppi,
Roberto Giorda, Francesca Ciceri, Federico Marini,
Massimo Molteni
Codevelopment of Externalizing and Internalizing
Symptoms in Middle to Late Childhood: Sex,
Baseline RSA, and RSA Reactivity as Predictors
J. Benjamin Hinnant, Mona El-Sheikh



Individualism and Authenticity: Cultural Variation in
Children's and Adults' Valuation of Contagion
Objects
Nathalia Gjersoe, George Newman, Bruce Hood



An Essentialist Account of Authenticity
George Newman

(Event 3-007) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-005) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-007. The Development of Rational
Thinking and Decision-Making in Typical
and Risky Populations

3-005. Controlling Actions and Acting
Together:Bidirectional Links Between
Executive Function and Social Interaction
in Development

Chair: Maggie E. Toplak
Discussant: Valerie F. Reyna


Developmental changes in the conjunction fallacy:
Spontaneous contextualisation and the perceived
relevance of different cues
Kinga Morsanyi, Francesca Chiesi, Caterina Primi,
Simon Handley

Chair: Sarah Gerson
Discussant: Adele D. Diamond


Parent-Child Interaction and Individual Differences in
Executive Function
Ulrich Mueller

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Control Yourself to Play Together: Executive
Function Skills and Neural Correlates Involved in
Collaborative Activity in Toddlers
Marlene Meyer, Sarah Gerson, Harold Bekkering,
Sabine Hunnius

Losses loom larger than gains when predicting
health-risking outcomes: Risk taking for maltreated
adolescent girls
Joshua Weller, Hyoun Kim, Leslie Leve



The development of cognitive sophistication:
Rational thinking and cognitive abilities
Maggie Toplak, Richard West, Keith Stanovich



Neurocognitive Development of Social and Cognitive
Control Mechanisms During Adolescence
Iroise Dumontheil, Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

(Event 3-008) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-008. The role of youths' expectations for
the future in shaping the adult life course:
Cross-domain beliefs and young adult
outcomes

(Event 3-006) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-006. The Role of Authenticity in Children's
Thinking about Individual Objects

Chair: Sarah Beal

Chair: Stella Christie


Assignment of Ownership and the Endowment Effect
Nick Noles, Susan Gelman



Avoiding the Counterfeit: Children's Learning of
Brand Concepts
D. Geoffrey Hall, Stella Christie

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Adolescent aspirations and transitions in education
and occupation in early adulthood: Uncertainty
matters
Ingrid Schoon



Adolescents' Expectations for the Timing of Adult
Role Transitions: Trajectories and Outcomes
Lisa Crockett, Sarah Beal
(continued)



Social Role Transitions and Young Adults' Intended
and Realized Fertility
Jeremy Staff



The Future-Oriented Self in Adolescence: Testing a
Theoretical Model Using Educational Beliefs
Sarah Beal, Lisa Crockett



Evaluating Potential Transgressors: Children's
Understanding of Group Versus Individual
Perspectives
Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Melanie Killen

(Event 3-011) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-009) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-011. Young Children's Collaboration:
Causes, Mechanisms, and Models

3-009. What can children learn from
pretense?

Chair: Chris Vredenburgh
Discussant: Michael Tomasello

Chair: David M. Sobel
Discussant: Rebekah Richert



Coordination and Planning in Young Children's
Collaborative Problem Solving
Felix Warneken, Jasmin Steinwender, Katharina
Hamann, Michael Tomasello



Young Children's Collaboration As Information
Gathering
Chris Vredenburgh, Tamar Kushnir



Alternative modeling frameworks for self-sculpting
games
Don Ross

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Talons and tractors: Realistic and fantastical themes
affect children's word learning through play
Deena Weisberg, Hande Ilgaz, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek,
Roberta Golinkoff
Imagining interventions: Complex causal reasoning
in pretend play
Caren Walker, Daphna Buchsbaum, Alison Gopnik
Children's understanding of pretense affects from
whom they learn
Jennifer Van Reet, David Sobel

(Event 3-012) Paper Symposium
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-010) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-012. Rejection Sensitivity, the Brain and
Behavior: Towards Explaining Relationship
Anxiety, Avoidance, Formation and
Withdrawal

3-010. Breaking the Rules: Social and
Cognitive Influences on Children's
Judgments about Perpetrators

Chair: Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck
Discussant: Drew Nesdale

Chair: Robyn L. Kondrad


Sticks, Stones, and Words: Children Judge
Transgressors Differently Depending on the Relative
Seriousness of Their Past Misbehavior
Robyn Kondrad, Vikram Jaswal



Is She Mean or Sad? Children's Explanations of the
Causes of Negative Events
Candace Lassiter, Janet Boseovski



Saving Face After Transgressions: Rule Violations
as a Context for the Development of SelfPresentation
Robin Banerjee, Mark Bennett, Nikki Luke

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Attributions, Worry, Withdrawal and Aggression
Associated with Anxious versus Angry Rejection
Sensitivity: A Longitudinal Study
Melanie Zimmer-Gembeck, Drew Nesdale, Mahsa
Khatibi, Leanne McGregor, Geraldine Downey



Adolescent rejection sensitivity predicts social
anxiety and neural reactivity to social exclusion in
young adulthood
Joanna Chango, Lane Beckes, Christopher Hafen,
Joseph Allen, Jim Coan
(continued)



Rejection sensitivity and romantic relationship
formation, duration, and breakup during the transition
to adulthood
Christopher Crew, Geraldine Downey, Rainer
Romero-Canyas, Niall Bolger, Kathy Berenson

(Event 3-013) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Does Temperament Mediate the Relationship
Between ADHD Symptoms Substance Use
Symptoms in Adolescence?
Michelle Martel, Molly Nikolas, Joel Nigg
Early Childhood ADHD as a Marker for Adolescent
Substance Use
Margaret Sibley, William Pelham, Benjamin Lahey,
Brooke Molina, Heidi Kipp

(Event 3-014) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-014. Psychiatric Disorders in the Context
of Developmental Risk: Children With and
Without Intellectual Disability
Chair: Keith Crnic
Dual Diagnosis in Children with Developmental
Delays: Mental Age-Matched Comparisons
Barbara Caplan, Cameron Neece, Bruce Baker



Symptoms and Development of Anxiety in Children
with Intellectual Disability
Shulamite Green, Lauren Berkovits, Bruce Baker

Risk-taking and Delinquency among Adolescents
with Intellectual Disability and Oppositional Defiant
Disorder
Lisa Christensen, Bruce Baker

Chair: Kevin Miller

Growth mixture models predicting early adult
substance use from trajectories of inattention,
hyperactivity-impulsivity, delinquency, and
impairment
Andrea Howard, Brooke Molina, James Swanson,
Stephen Hinshaw, Katherine Belendiuk

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3-015. Levers for Learning: Identifying
Processes Underlying Classroom Learning

Chair: Margaret H. Sibley
Discussant: Brooke S. Molina



Predictors of Anxiety Symptom Development in
Children with or without Intellectual Disability
Lauren Berkovits, Shulamite Green, Bruce Baker

(Event 3-015) Paper Session
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-013. Understanding the development of
substance use problems in adolescents
and young adults with attention
deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

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It matters who is explaining the math -- influence of
peer's VS adult's explanations on learning the equal
sign
Xingyu Pan, Kevin Miller, Fiona Nowlin



The Role of Instructional Interactions, Curriculum,
Materials, and Instructional Time on Children's
Language and Literacy Development in Preschool
Bridget Hamre, Jessica Whittaker, Faiza Jamil,
Jamie DeCoster



Thinking Through Anxiety: Expressive Writing as an
Intervention for Math Anxious Students
Daeun Park, Gerardo Ramirez, Sian Beilock



Do Curious Students Ask Better Questions?
Jamie Jirout, David Klahr

(Event 3-016) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-018) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-016. Clinical Trials Involving Infants and
Toddlers in the Child Welfare System:
Context, Permanency, and Implementation
Challenges

3-018. Using Program Evaluation to
Enhance Youth Programs: The Importance
of Definitions, Partnerships,
Implementation, and Theory

Chair: Susan Spieker
Discussant: Brenda Jones Harden

Moderator: Katherine Bono
Panelists: Tiffany Berry, Kelly Murphy, Michelle
Sloper, Krista Collins

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Implementing an Evidence-Based Intervention for
High-Risk Parents in the Community: The
Importance of Model Fidelity
Mary Dozier, Elizabeth Meade, Allison Wallin

(Event 3-019) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Permanency Outcomes for Toddlers Following a
Randomized Trial of a Relationship-Based
Intervention in Child Welfare
Susan Spieker, Monica Oxford, Charles Fleming,
Jean Kelly, Maureen Marcenko

3-019. Multi-method Approaches to
Understand Genetic and Environmental
Influences on Externalizing Behavior
Across Development

The Context of Child Welfare Practice with Infants
and Young Children
Maureen Marcenko

Chair: Jessica E. Salvatore
Discussant: Thomas J. Dishion


Polygenic Risk for Adult Externalizing Behavior
Predicts Impulsivity in Adolescents and Young Adults
Jessica Salvatore, Fazil Aliev, John Nurnberger,
Victor Hesselbrock, Danielle Dick



Latent Profiles of Child Temperament: Genetic and
Environmental Influences and Associations with
Externalizing Behavior Problems
Charles Beekman, Jenae Neiderhiser, Daniel Shaw,
David Reiss, Jody Ganiban, Leslie Leve



The Etiology of the Relationship Between
Aggression, Rule-breaking, and Positive and
Negative Parenting in Childhood
Ashlea Klahr, Kelly Klump, S. Burt

(Event 3-017) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-017. Race, Class, Culture and the BlackWhite Achievement Gap
Chair: Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal


Race, Class, and the Black-White Achievement Gap
Daphne Henry, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal



The Contribution of Early Foundational Skills to
Black-White Achievement Gaps at 8th Grade
David Grissmer, William Murrah, Antje von
Suchodoletz, Michelle Ko



Understanding the Achievement Gap Within Race:
The Importance of SES and Parenting
Pamela Davis-Kean, Justin Jager



Do Socialization Goals Explain Differences in
Parental Control between African American and
European American Parents?
Scott Richman

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Executive Director of the American Council for
CoEducational Schooling (ACCES).

(Event 3-020) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-020. Public Single-Sex Education:
Dysfunctional Segregation or Desirable
Solution?



Creating Developmentally Auspicious School
Environments for Boys of Color
Oscar Barbarin



A Critical Analysis of Public Single-Sex Education for
Low Income Students of Color
Sarah Goodkind



When, Why, and How the Gender Composition of
Classrooms Affects Students
Rebecca Bigler



The Efficacy of Single-Sex Schooling: Results from
Two New Meta-Analyses
Janet Hyde

Chair: Rebecca S. Bigler
Integrative Statement: Amendments to Title IX that were
passed as part of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2006
made some forms of single-sex public education legal.
Since that time, there have been increases in both public
single-sex schools and single-sex classrooms within
public coeducational schools. Furthermore, a large
proportion of these single-sex programs appear to serve
economically disadvantaged communities of color.
Despite its increasing popularity, single-sex education
remains controversial; no consensus has been reached
about whether single-sex schooling leads to academic or
psychological outcomes superior to those of
coeducational schooling. The symposium brings together
a group of leading scholars with backgrounds in diverse
fields, including developmental science, education,
sociology, and women’s and gender studies, to address
the current state of the scientific basis for single-sex
education policy and practice. Specifically, this
symposium assembles four papers examining varied
topics related to single sex public education, unified by a
focus on core issues raised by the surging popularity of
gender-segregated educational programming. The
symposium begins with two papers that provide
complementary and contrasting perspectives on issues of
race, ethnicity, and single-sex schooling. The third paper
provides a critical analysis of the mechanisms via which
the gender composition of pupils’ classrooms may affect
school outcomes. The final paper presents the results of
two new meta-analyses of the literature on single-sex
schooling.

(Event 3-021) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-021. Adaptive and Maladaptive Pathways
of Immigrant Children and Youth:
International Perspectives
Chairs: Natasha Cabrera, Frosso Motti-Stefanidi
Discussant: Carola Suarez-Orozco
Integrative Statement: Immigrant youth’s adaptation is
the focus of much debate among developmental and
cultural researchers. Is immigrant status a developmental
risk for adaptation? It depends on several factors,
including the particular ethnic group, the host society, and
significant individual differences (e.g. Berry et al., 2006;
Coll & Marks, 2011; Suarez-Orozco et al., 2008).
Immigrant youth are faced not only with developmental
and acculturative challenges, but also with contextual
stresssors, such as poverty and discrimination, that strain
the adaptation process (García-Coll et al., 1996). This
diversity presents a challenge for researchers interested
in the developmental trajectories of immigrant children
across developmental periods. Understanding both the
adaptive and maladaptive paths of immigrant children is
central in promoting their positive adaptation.

Biography: Rebecca S. Bigler is
Professor of Psychology and
Women's and Gender Studies at
the University of Texas at Austin.
She received a B.A. from Oberlin
College and Ph.D. from The
Pennsylvania State University
before joining the faculty at UTAustin in 1991. She studies the
causes and consequences of
social stereotyping and prejudice
among children, with a particular
focus on gender and racial attitudes. She is especially
interested in contextual factors that serve to exaggerate
or diminish children's intergroup biases and has worked
to develop and test intervention strategies aimed at
reducing stereotyping and prejudice. She is currently the

The papers in this panel center on immigrants‘ risk and
resilience aspects of adaptation in three countries. These
studies examine adaptation in terms of three core
developmental tasks:academic achievement, peer
competence, and conduct. The first paper from the US
focuses on the longitudinal links between parental
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Biography: Frosso Motti-Stefanidi
is Professor of Psychology of the
University of Athens, Greece. She
received her B.A. with distinction
Summa Cum Laude, and her PhD
from the Institute of Child
Development, University of
Minnesota. In 2005 she received
the Distinguished International
Alumni Award from the College of
Education and Human
Development of the University of
Minnesota. Her area of research is mainly in
developmental psychopathology. She currently studies
risk and resilience in immigrant adolescents. She is
author of over 90 papers and chapters in peer-reviewed
journals and edited books in Greek and English, and of
two books in Greek. She has served as Chair of the
Department of Psychology, University of Athens (20052008). She was the President (2008-2010) of the
European Association of Personality Psychology, and the
Secretary of the European Society for Developmental
Psychology (2009-2011). She is currently the PresidentElect (2011-2013) of the European Society for
Developmental Psychology.

resources and immigrant children’s school readiness, an
important precursor of academic achievement. The
second paper from Greece focuses on immigrant
adolescents’ peer group status in the classroom and
examines initial levels and changes in peer nominations
received by immigrant and non-immigrant adolescents
from in-group and out-group classmates. The third paper
from Germany investigates the link between risk and
protective factors in immigrant adolescents‘
conduct/misconduct and the changes in minor
delinquency in immigrant groups. The discussant will
comment on the studies in light of the international
literature on immigrant youth adaptation.
Biography: Natasha J. Cabrera is
Associate Professor in Human
Development at the University of
Maryland. Dr. Cabrera's research,
funded by National Institute of
Child Development, focuses on:
father involvement and children's
development; ethnic and cultural
variations in fathering and
mothering behaviors; family
processes in a social and cultural
context and children's social
development; and the mechanisms that link early
experience to children's school readiness. She has
published in peer-reviewed journals on policy,
methodology, theory and the implications of father
involvement on child development. She is the co-editor of
the Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary
Perspectives, Second Edition (Taylor & Francis, in press)
and Latina/o Child Psychology and Mental Health: Vol 1:
Early to Middle Childhood: Development and Context and
Vol 2: Adolescent Development (Praeger, 2011). She is
the recipient of the National Council and Family Relations
award for Best Research Article regarding men in families
in 2009. Biography. Frosso Motti-Stefanidi is Professor of
Psychology of the University of Athens, Greece. She
received her B.A. with distinction Summa Cum Laude,
and her PhD from the Institute of Child Development,
University of Minnesota. In 2005 she received the
Distinguished International Alumni Award from the
College of Education and Human Development of the
University of Minnesota. Her area of research is mainly in
developmental psychopathology. She currently studies
risk and resilience in immigrant adolescents. She is
author of over 90 papers and chapters in peer-reviewed
journals and edited books in Greek and English, and of
two books in Greek. She has served as Chair of the
Department of Psychology, University of Athens (20052008). She was the President (2008-2010) of the
European Association of Personality Psychology, and the
Secretary of the European Society for Developmental
Psychology (2009-2011). She is currently the PresidentElect (2011-2013) of the European Society for
Developmental Psychology.

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Latino Children's School Readiness: A Mediational
Model Assessing the Influence of Parenting,
Socioeconomic Status, and Immigration Status
Natasha Cabrera, Vanessa Wight, Jay Fagan



Immigrant Status and Acculturation Effects on Peer
Nominations: A Multilevel, Longitudinal Study in
Greek Middle Schools
Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, Jens Asendorpf



Minor Delinquency and Immigration: A Longitudinal
Study Among Male Adolescents
Peter Titzmann, Rainer Silbereisen, Gustavo Mesch

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(Event 3-022) Paper Session
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-022. The Relations of Hot and Cold
Executive Functioning to Preschoolers'
Academic and Psychological Functioning

(Event 3-024) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Susanne A. Denham
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Maternal Writing Mediation of Consonants and
Vowels to Children Experiencing Abjad: Relations to
Emergent Spelling and Reading
Iris Levin, Dorit Aram, Liliana Tolchinsky, Catherine
McBride

The Relation Between Physiological Regulation and
Executive Function
Rachael Kelleher, Susan Calkins

3-024. New Directions in Preschool Peer
Effects Research
Chair: Christina Weiland

Hot and Cold Executive Functioning: Examining Selfregulation and its Impact on Preschoolers' Academic
Achievement
Noah Neidlinger, Amanda Berhenke
Is it Cool Executive Function or Emotion Knowledge
That Predicts Changes in Young Children's Attention
Problems?
Maria von Salisch, Martha Haenel, Susanne Denham
Improving School Readiness in Preschoolers with
Externalizing Behavior Problems: The Role of SelfRegulation
Paulo Graziano, Janine Slavec, Alexis Garcia, Katie
Hart

(Event 3-023) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am



Do Preschool Peers Influence Pre-Academic and
Behavioral Skill Development? Evidence from Head
Start
Hilary Shager



The Effect of Classroom-level of Externalizing
Behavior and Poverty on Intervention Impacts of the
Chicago School Readiness Project
Monica Yudron, Stephanie Jones, C. Cybele Raver



Does peer stability across preschool and
kindergarten promote children's language, literacy,
executive functioning, and socio-emotional
development at the end of kindergarten? Evidence
from Chile
M. Clara Barata, Christina Weiland



Does Peer Socioeconomic Status in Preschool
Predict Children's Executive Function and Language
Skills?
Christina Weiland

3-023. Parent-child Literate Interactions:
Socio-emotional and Language Effects
Chair: Iris Levin


An Evaluation of a Dutch Reading Program in
Families with Babies
Heleen van den Berg, Adriana Bus



Repeated Parent-child Shared Book-reading and
Preschoolers' Socio-emotional and empathy
development
Rotem Schapira, Dorit Aram



Continuity and Change in Home Literacy
Experiences from Kindergarten to Grade 2 for
English-Speaking Children Schooled in French
Monique Sénéchal, Jo-Anne LeFevre

(Event 3-025) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-025. What Happens to Victims of Bullying
in Peer and School Contexts?:
Psychological Responses, Affiliations, and
Behaviors
Chair: Mrinalini A. Rao


Stable Victims' Adjustment in Contexts of Decreasing
or Increasing Victimization
Claire Garandeau, Ihno Lee, Christina Salmivalli
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

Teaching Practices, Peer Victimization, and Social
Isolation
Handrea Logis, Maria Serdiouk, Philip Rodkin, Scott
Gest



Victimization and Willingness to Intervene: What
Roles do Attributions, Affect, and Coping Play?
Milena Batanova, Dorothy Espelage, Mrinalini Rao



Links between Peer Victimization and Affiliation with
Delinquent Peers in Early Adolescence
Mrinalini Rao, Dorothy Espelage, Todd Little



Early Intervention: Assessing the Impact of the
Preparing for Life Program on Parental Behavior at
Six Months
Judy McGrath, Orla Doyle, Eylin Palamaro Munsell,
The Preparing for Life Evaluation Team



Social support from friends in pregnancy moderates
the relation between maternal pre- and postpartum
mental health problems.
Siv Skotheim



Stress, Distress, and De-stress: Stress and Coping
Among Women Hospitalised for Complications of
Pregnancy
Carol Barber, Nicola Starkey

(Event 3-026) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-028) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-026. The multi-level influences on
outcomes amongst children in-care:
Understanding the role of the child, foster
family and child-welfare practitioner

3-028. What Determines Adolescents'
Interest in STEM Careers? Effects of
Gender, Motivational Beliefs, Values, and
Stereotypes

Chair: Dillon T. Browne
Discussant: Christine Werkele
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Chair: Allison Master

Examining individual profiles of attachment
disorganization among children in foster care
Dillon Browne, Andre Plamondon, Kevin Sullivan,
Duane Durham, Sharon Roesch
How do Foster Families Influence the Behavioral
Outcomes of Children in Out-of-Home Care?
Elisa Romano, Tessa Bell, Jennifer Lyons, Robert
Flynn
Understanding contextual effects on externalizing
behaviors in children in out-of-home care: Influence
of workers and foster families
Connie Cheung, George Leckie, Deborah Goodman

(Event 3-027) Paper Session
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-027. Pregnancy and Transitions to
Parenthood: Effects on Parenting and
Maternal Mental Health
Chair: Philip Cowan


The Effect of Breastfeeding on Parenting Attitudes
and Behaviors in Young, African American Mothers
Renee Edwards, Matthew Thullen, Helen Lee, Linda
Henson, Sydney Hans

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

A Motivational Analysis of Emerging Adults'
Educational and Occupational Choices Related to
Mathematics
Helen Watt



Predicting STEM Career Choices
Jacquelynne Eccles, Ming-Te Wang, Sarah Kenny



Role Congruity, Values, and Adolescents' Interest in
STEM Careers: The Importance of Beliefs that
Science Helps People
Erica Weisgram, Amanda Diekman



Computing Whether She Belongs: Increasing
Adolescent Girls' Interest in Computer Science
Allison Master, Sapna Cheryan, Andrew Meltzoff

(Event 3-029) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-029. Multilevel Risks and Their Influence
on Child and Teacher Development: Unique
Challenges in two Developing Countries



A Preschool Computer-Administered Assessment for
Spanish-Speaking Children
Athulya Aravind, Max Freeman, Joselina Tejada,
Neha Mahajan, Aquiles Iglesias, Mary Wilson, Jill de
Villiers, Roberta Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek



Spanish-English Bilingual Development and
Implications for Assessment
Alisha Wackerle-Hollman, Scott McConnell, Lillian
Duran, Michael Rodriguez



Development of a Comprehensive Measure of Early
Literacy Skills for Preschoolers who are SpanishSpeaking Language-Minority Children
Christopher Lonigan, Kimberly McDowell, JoAnn
Farver, Ana Marty



Development and Initial Analysis of the
Comparability of the Spanish Form of the Adjustment
Scale for Preschool Intervention(ASPI) for Bilingual
Spanish-Speaking Head Start Teachers
Rebecca Bulotsky-Shearer, Paul McDermott, Mileidis
Gort, Michael Lopez

Chair: J. Lawrence Aber


The Association Between Cumulative Risk and
Protective Indices and Academic Achievement in the
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Emily Jacobson, Catalina Torrente, J. Lawrence
Aber



Measuring the Relation Between Risk and Protective
Factors and Teacher Outcomes in the Democratic
Republic of Congo (DRC)
Marissa McCoy, Damira Rasheed, Catalina Torrente,
J. Lawrence Aber



Household Risk Factors That Influence Children's
Development: Examining and Measuring Risk in
South Africa
Ashley Turbeville, J. Lawrence Aber, Erin Godfrey

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(Event 3-031) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Predicting Child Support Grant take up in KwaZuluNatal
Nia Gordon, Erin Godfrey

3-031. Parent-Child Coregulation and Child
Adjustment: Examining Dyadic Processes
in Real Time Using Multilevel Survival
Analysis

The Relationships of HIV/AIDS-Related Stigma and
Healthcare Barriers to Child and Caregiver Mental
Health in South Africa
Leslie Williams, J. Lawrence Aber

Chair: Isabela Granic
Discussant: James Snyder

Adapting a Theory-Driven Family-Based Intervention
for Perinatally Infected HIV+ (pHIV+) Adolescents
and Families in South Africa
Stacey Alicea, Mary McKay, Arvin Bhana, Inge
Petersen, Gisselle Pardo, Claude Mellins



What Changes in Parent-Child Interactions When
Aggressive Children Improve Through Treatment?
Anna Lichtwarck-Aschoff, Isabela Granic



Multilevel Survival Analysis of Parent Regulation of
Child Negative Affect in Dyads With Typically
Developing and Externalizing Children
Jessica Lougheed, Tom Hollenstein, Anna
Lichtwarck-Aschoff, Isabela Granic



When Kids Don't Comply, Do Parents Change
Strategies? A Multilevel Survival Analysis of
Variability in Parent-Child Interactions
Erika Lunkenheimer, Anna Lichtwarck-Aschoff, Tom
Hollenstein, Isabela Granic

(Event 3-030) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-030. New Tools for the New Preschool
Context: The Development of Measures to
Assess the School Readiness Skills of
Young Dual Language Learners
Chair: Caroline Ebanks


Development of the School Readiness Curriculum
Based Measurement System
Jason Anthony

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(Event 3-032) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Project Home: Emotion-Focused Intervention for
Mothers and Children Reuniting After Prison
Joann Wu Shortt, John Eddy, Lisa Sheeber, Betsy
Davis

3-032. Traditional vs Online Victimization
among Marginalized Populations
(Event 3-034) Paper Symposium
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Chair: Brendesha Tynes


The Revised Online Victimization Scale: Reliability,
Validity, and Norms among a School-based,
Ethnically Diverse Sample of Youth
Brendesha Tynes, Chad Rose



Online Victimization and Academic Motivation among
a Diverse Sample of Adolescents
Sophia Hiss, Chad Rose, Brendesha Tynes



Bully-Victim Dynamic: Function of Direct, Relational,
and Online Victimization for Students With and
Without Disabilities
Chad Rose, Cynthia Simpson



3-034. Too Much Information? Youths'
Privacy Management in Online Social
Environments
Chair: Skyler T. Hawk


Children's Disclosures Online and Ways to Bypass
Security Features
Stephanie Reich, Rebecca Black



Too Little Power, Too Much Information! Power,
Narcissism, and Adolescents' Problematic
Disclosures on Social Networking Websites
Skyler Hawk, Tom ter Bogt, Regina van den Eijnden



Predictors of Displayed Alcohol References on
Facebook During the Transition to College
Megan Moreno, Bradley Kerr, Lauren
Kacvinsky, Megan Pumper, Chong Zhang, Jens
Eickhoff



Why Do Late Adolescents Reveal So Much?
The Case of Chinese College Students'
Disclosure on Social Networking Sites
B. Bradford Brown, Dong Liu

A Thematic Analysis of Coping Strategies in the
Face of Adolescents' "Worst Online Experience"
Jenna Weidenbenner

(Event 3-033) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-033. Incorporating Emotion Socialization
and Emotion Coaching into Parent-Child
Interventions
Chair: Anne Shaffer


Maternal Emotion Coaching Predicts Emotion
Regulation in Children with Oppositional Defiant
Disorder
Jordan Booker, Julie Dunsmore, Thomas Ollendick



A Family Focused Emotion Communication Training
Program (AFFECT): Building Parents' Emotion
Communication Skills
Kimberly Shipman, Monica Fitzgerald, Anne Shaffer,
Angele Fauchier, Laura Bradbury



The Use of an Emotion Coaching Parenting Program
as Part of an Early Intervention for Children with
Emerging Conduct Disorder
Sophie Havighurst, Melissa Duncombe, Emma
Frankling, Kerry Holland, Christiane Kehoe, Robyn
Stargatt

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(Event 3-035) Paper Session
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-037) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-035. Language Development: Reading
and Learning

3-037. Understanding Primary Caregiver
Depression Effects on Diverse Children in
the Context Multiple Risks

Chair: Ioulia Kovelman

Chair: Sarah Enos Watamura


Neural Bases of Metalinguistic Awareness and
Reading Acquisition: Moving Beyond Phonological
Awareness
Maria Arredondo, Ka Ip, Lucy Shih Ju Hsu, Ioulia
Kovelman



Maternal depression and the emergence of
adolescent internalizing vs. externalizing problems:
The role of maternal discipline
Brianna Hailey, Philip Fisher



The mediating effect of immigration stress on the
relationship between parental depression and
preschooler's mental health outcomes
Marina Mendoza, Eliana Hurwich-Reiss, Sarah Enos
Watamura



Explaining the language-reading link: The role of
preschool oral narrative skills
Nicole Gardner-Neblett, Iheoma Iruka



Children's Ability to Monitor Comprehension Relates
Differently to the Multiple Dimensions of a Situation
Model
Stephanie Wassenburg, Katinka Beker, Menno van
der Schoot, Meinou de Vries, Paul van den Broek



Maternal depression and attachment security: Role
of child temperament, child sleep, and relationship
goodness of fit
Ronald Seifer, Susan Dickstein, Stephanie Parade

Slow Mapping of Color Words: Children's Errors
Reveal a Gradual Inductive Learning Process.
Katie Wagner, Karen Dobkins, David Barner



Caregiver Depression, Sleep disturbance, and Stress
Reactivity in Preschoolers
Lisa Badanes, Lisa McFadyen-Ketchum, Monique
LeBourgeois

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(Event 3-036) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-038) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-036. Gesture in Atypical Development
Chair: Eve S. LeBarton
Discussant: Meredith L. Rowe
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3-038. Measuring Early Care and Education
Quality: New Insights about the Early
Childhood Environment System Rating
Scale - Revised

Gesture and Spoken Language in Toddlers who
have an Older Sibling with Autism
Eve LeBarton, Jana Iverson

Chair: Rachel Gordon
Discussant: Margaret Burchinal

The Development of Coordinated Social
Communication in Infants at High Risk for Autism
Spectrum Disorders
Meaghan Parlade, Jana Iverson
Parent Use of Gesture to Children with Early Brain
Injury
Erica Cartmill, Ozlem Ece Demir, Molly Green,
Susan Levine, Susan Goldin-Meadow

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Psychometric Assessment of an Indicator-Level
Method of Scoring the ECERS-R
John Sideris, Richard Clifford, Jennifer Neitzel



Early Childhood Education Quality in China and its
Associations with Child Outcomes
Kejian Li, Yi Pan



Measuring Aspects of Child Care Quality Specific to
Domains of Child Development: An Indicator-level
Analysis of the ECERS-R
Rachel Gordon, Kerry Hofer, Ken Fujimoto, Nicole
Colwell, Robert Kaestner, Sanders Korenman

(Event 3-039) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-041) Paper Symposium
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-039. Spoken Language Processing in
Children with Hearing Impairments: Beyond
Standard Language Tests

3-041. Familism Across Context, Gender
and Developmental Stage
Chair: Gabriela Stein

Chair: Katrin Skoruppa


Can Congruent Visual Information Aid Spoken
Language Processing in 2-to-3-year-old Children?
Tina Grieco-Calub, Janet Olson



Phonological Priming in Hearing-Impaired Children
Sarah Breitenstein, Nivedita Mani, Barbara Hoehle,
Ovidiu Koenig



Phonological Processing in English Children with
Hearing Impairment: Compensation for Place
Assimilation in Connected Speech
Katrin Skoruppa, Stuart Rosen



Inferring Meaning from Prosodic Information,
Auditory Working Memory, and Standardized
Linguistic Tests in Children with Cochlear Implants
Liat Kishon-Rabin, Osnat Segal, Dafna Kaplan,
Smadar Patael



Familismo and Parenting among Immigrant Latino
families
Melissa Donovick, Melanie Domenech-Rodriguez



Familismo as a Predictor of Child Functioning among
Young Latino Children: Moderation by Child Gender
and Parental Values
Esther Calzada, Heliana Linares Torres, S. Diana
Singh



The Effects of Familism, Affiliative Obedience, and
Gender in Latino Adolescents
Gabriela Stein, Laura Gonzalez, Alexandra Cupito,
Juan Prandoni



Parent-Child Familism Value Discrepancies and their
Relationship to Youth Depressive Symptoms
Jessica Arizaga, Antonio Polo

(Event 3-042) Paper Session
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

(Event 3-040) Paper Session
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-040. Effects of Language and Culture on
Children's Reasoning About Other People

3-042. Emotions and Cognitive Bias in
Perceptions of Aggression and Social
Status

Chair: Susan Gelman

Chair: Christian Berger



A Native-Language Advantage in Children's Emotion
Perception
Katherine Kinzler, Nicole Baltazar



The Bright Side of Imagined Friends: Perceptual Bias
in Network Centrality and Aggression
Jennifer Neal, Elise Cappella



Theory of Mind, Executive Function, Metalinguistic
Awareness, and Language Ability in Bilingual and
Monolingual Preschool Children
Vanessa Diaz, Jeffrey Farrar



Social Cognitive Processes and Behaviors Related
to Chinese Children's Popularity: A Longitudinal
Study
Yinyan Hu, Yan Li



American = English-Speaker Before American =
White: Reasoning About Nationality Across Three
Populations of Children
Jasmine DeJesus, Hyesung Hwang, Jocelyn Dautel,
Clare Park, Katherine Kinzler



Dyadic Accuracy and Bias in Preadolescents'
Perceived Peer Relations: Associations with
Aggression, Depression, and Peer Victimization
Michael Morrow, Julie Hubbard, Meghann Sallee,
Lydia Barhight, Meghan Lines, Ronnie Rubin



The Relationship Between Gender Essentialism and
Gender Attitudes: The Developmental Pattern in a
Low-SES Sample in Turkey
Selin Gulgoz, Susan Gelman



Emotion Regulation and Negative Emotionality
Moderates the Effects of Moral Emotions and
Externalization of Blame on Aggression
Sanna Roos, Christina Salmivalli, Ernest Hodges

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The Role of Action Versus Gesture in Teaching
Mathematical Equivalence
Miriam Novack, Eliza Congdon, Susan GoldinMeadow

6

Object Retrieval Using Contingent vs. NonContingent Video on Touchscreens
Koeun Choi, Heather Kirkorian

7

Fine-grained Analysis of Spatiotemporal
Contingency in Infant-Caregiver Interaction
Yukie Nagai, Shibo Qin, Hiroshi Fukuyama,
Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi, Minoru Asada

8

Landmarks and Route Learning; Which Landmarks
do Typical and Atypical Groups Use When
Learning a Route?
Emily Farran, Harry Purser, Yannick Courbois,
Axelle Lemahieu, Pascal Sockeel, Daniel Mellier,
Mark Blades

9

The Precision of Temporal Reproductions is
Associated with Age and Inattention
Laurie Brenner, Vivian Shih, Catherine Sugar,
Carrie Bearden, Steve Lee

10

Objective and Subjective Assessment of Executive
Functioning as Predictors of Academic and
Behavioral Outcomes in Kindergarteners
Susan Li, Kristen Poppert, Sara Tapsak, Audra
Stave, Sophia Grewal, Rebecca Marcin

11

Seven and Ten-Year-Olds Experience Both
Perceptual and Response-Based Interference in a
Novel Priming Paradigm
Lucy Cragg

(Event 3-044) Poster Session 12
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

12

Changes in Frontal and Parietal Activation as
Visual Working Memory Capacity Develops
John Spencer, Aaron Buss, Nicholas Fox

1

Working Memory in Children with Specific
Learning Disorders and/or Attention Deficits
Claudia Maehler, Kirsten Schuchardt

13

2

Improving Children's Ability to Self-Regulate
Through Computerized Cognitive Training: A
Randomized Controlled Study
Zachary Hawes, Jennifer McManus, Sarah Naqvi,
Rhonda Martinussen, Janette Pelletier

Thinking About Best Friends: An Evaluation of the
Neural and Behavioral Correlates in Chinese
Children and Adults
Christabelle Moore, Jennifer Pfeifer, Andrew
Fuligni, Chuansheng Chen

14

A within-subject comparison of sensitivity to
emotional faces: Comparing brain and behavioral
measures
Rhiannon Luyster, Audrey Young, Charles Nelson

15

The Relationship Between Parenting and
Externalizing Behaviors in Preadolescents: Does
Diurnal Cortisol Slope Matter?
Christina Gamache Martin, Jacqueline Bruce,
Hyoun Kim, Philip Fisher

(Event 3-043) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

3-043. Wise interventions:Using
Psychological Theory to Solve Problems in
Child Development
Chair: Kristina R. Olson
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If-Then Plans Support Children with ADHD
Caterina Gawrilow, Lena Guderjahn, Peter
Gollwitzer, Gabriele Oettingen

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Exposure to Images of Positive Cross-Race
Interactions Promotes Positive Intergroup Behavior
among Children
Kristina Olson, Anna-Kaisa Newheiser, Arianne
Eason

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Brief Social-Belonging Intervention Improves
Academic Attitudes and Achievement and Classroom
Behavior Over Three Years Among Ethnic Minority
Adolescents
Gregory Walton, Geoffrey Cohen, Jonathan Cook,
Julio Garcia, Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Allison Master,
Nancy Apfel

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Improving Children's Second-Language Phonology
Terry Au, Annie Kwok, Sun-Ah Jun

Saturday, 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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Working Memory, Attention Allocation, and Vagal
Withdrawal During a Delay of Gratification Task In
Preschool-Aged Children
Heather McLean, Jacqueline Roche, Laura Paret,
Heidi Bailey
Subtle Versus Salient Categorical Cues and
Working Memory Performance in Preschoolers
Erin Harmeyer, Louis Manfra

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Cortisol and Maltreatment Experiences in Foster
Children: Domestic Violence Exposure as a
Predictor of HPA Axis Dysregulation
Kathryn Gilliam, Jacqueline Bruce, Katherine
Pears, Philip Fisher

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Level 1 Auditory Perspective-Taking: Two- and
Three-Year-Olds Know What Others Have and
Have not Heard
Henrike Moll, Malinda Carpenter, Michael
Tomasello

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Tracing Differential Pathways of Risk: Associations
Among Family Adversity, Cortisol, and Early
Cognitive Functioning in Children
Jennifer Suor, Melissa Sturge-Apple, Patrick
Davies, Dante Cicchetti, Liviah Manning

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Scope and Limits of Three-Year-Olds' Abilities to
Provide Alternative Names for Objects
Henrike Moll

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What and Where It Is Matters: How Category
Knowledge Affects Children's Memory for Location
Megan Mathews, Luke Franzen, Jodie Plumert

30

Development of Perceptual Inhibition, Attention
and Memory in Large Scale Search
Kate Longstaffe, Bruce Hood, Iain Gilchrist

31

Adolescent Theory of Mind and Parent-Child
Relationship Quality: The Moderating Effects of
Cultural Values and Gender Over Time
Amy Weimer, Edna Alfaro, William Fabricius

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Cumulative Genetic and Environmental Predictors
of Youth Alcohol Abuse and Dependence
Jennifer Carrano, Rebekah Coley, Valerie Knopik
DRD4 Repeat Polymorphism X Maternal
Insensitivity on Externalizing Behavior Modified by
a School-Based Prevention/Intervention: The
gPROSPER Project
Gabriel Schlomer, H. Harrington Cleveland, David
Vandenbergh, Mark Feinberg, Richard Spoth,
Mark Greenberg

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Molecular Genetic Research with Homeless and
Highly Mobile Children: Community Involvement
and Adaptations for DNA Collection
Eric Thibodeau, Amanda Wenzel, Susan Hetzel,
Ann Masten, Dante Cicchetti

Gender Differences in Theory of Mind: Evidence
for Maturational Differences Related to the Earliest
Social Loafing
R. Bruce Thompson, Bill Thornton

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The Bright Side of Hospitalization: A Longitudinal
Study of G X E Interaction on Externalizing and
Internalizing Problems of Children
Maya Benish-Weisman, Eitan Kerem, Ariel Knafo

Are Mental Representations Special Because
They are Mental or Because They are
Representations?
Adam Cohen, Tamsin German

34

Egocentric bias in children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Daniel Bernstein, Marlies Wierda, Tessa
Glasbergen, Halima Azdad, Hans Koot, Sander
Begeer

35

'Babies Know What I Know': Younger
Preschoolers Overestimate Infants' General
Knowledge
Julian Caza, Cristina Atance, Michèle Bélanger,
Daniel Bernstein

36

Consider the Category: The Effect of Spacing
Depends on the Material to be Learned
Lauren Krogh, Catherine Sandhofer

37

The influence of noun labels on social
categorization in infancy
Janine Gellerman, Andrew Baron, Gil Diesendruck

38

Young Children's Reasoning about Gender:
Stereotypes or Essences?
Bradford Pillow, Cara Allen, RaeAnne Pearson

22

Developmental Differences in the Processing of
Dynamic Facial Expressions
Patricia Tan, Cecile Ladouceur, Jennifer Silk

23

Development of Temporal Discounting During
Adolescence
Erik de Water, Anouk Scheres, Antonius Cillessen

24

State and trait impulsivity in late adolescence
Teague Henry, Kristine Thimm, Kevin King

25

What Was Next? - Interrupted Teaching and
Implicit Negative Evidence Affect Category
Generalizations in Children and Adults
Andrew Young, Kelsey Greubnau, Claire Shaller,
Martha Alibali, Chales Kalish

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Collaboration Benefits Causal Learning in First
Graders, but not Kindergartners
Andrew Young, Martha Alibali, Chales Kalish

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Determinants of Response Inhibition in
Preschoolers: Why is the "Simon Says" Task so
Difficult for Young Children?
Peter Marshall, Joni Saby

40

Multiple Neuropsychological Deficits in ADHD:
Relations to Functional Impairments
Douglas Sjöwall, Lisa Thorell

41

A Longitudinal Examination of the Developmental
Executive Function Hierarchy in Children with
Externalizing Behavior Problems
Carin Tillman, Karin Brocki, Lin Sorensen, Astri
Lundervold

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The Association between Maternal Depression
and Child Executive Function: Moderation by
Mothers' Cognitive Response Styles
Xin Feng, Emma Hooper
Counting and Executive Functions, Not Basic
Numerical Representations, Predict Mathematical
Achievement in 8-to-10-year-olds
Victoria Simms, Sarah Clayton, Lucy Cragg,
Camilla Gilmore, Neil Marlow, Samantha Johnson

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Self-Explanation Improves Mathematics Learning
in Low Prior Knowledge Students
Katherine McEldoon, Bethany Rittle-Johnson

52

Reasoning by Exclusion: Evidence For - and
Against - Logical Inference in Young Children
Shilpa Mody, Susan Carey

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The development of domain-general scientific
reasoning skills in early and middle childhood
Jeanette Piekny, Claudia Maehler

54

Distinct Labels Decrease Infants' Attention to
Shape in an Inductive Inference Task
Ena Vukatana, Melanie Khu, Jeany Keates, Susan
Graham

55

Visually Grouping Operands: Perceptual Factors
Influence Arithmetic Performance
Matthew Jiang, Jennifer Cooper, Martha Alibali

56

Getting the Picture: How an Understanding of
Pictures Develops
Laura Koenig, Marina Wimmer, Elizabeth
Robinson, Martin Doherty

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ANS Acuity and Learning Number Words from
Number Books and Games
James Negen, Meghan Goldman, Tanya Anaya,
Barbara Sarnecka

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Do gesture conventions cut across symbol
iconicity for preschoolers?
Lauren Myers, Kristen Kovalcik, Rachel LeWitt,
Renee Gallo

45

Relationship between adolescents' algebraic
problem solving ability, worry and working memory
Kelly Trezise, Robert Reeve

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The Role of Parents in Spanish-speaking
Preschoolers' Symbolic Understanding of Writing
Diana Leyva, Mariana Somoes, Tara Tasuji

46

A Study on the Influence of Metacognitive Skills
and Arithmetic Word Problems Representation
Strategies of Chinese Primary Students
Xiaoshuang Zhu, Yinghui Lai, Yanjun Li, Yinghe
Chen

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The Effect of Feedback and Reward Size on the
Performance of Children with ADHD in Visuospatial Working Memory Tasks
Rubi Hammer, Michael Tennekoon, Gillian Cooke,
Mark Stein, Rupin Parikh, James Booth

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The Role of Basic Arithmetic Facts in Children
With Arithmetical Disabilities
Jenny Busch, Nonye Oranu, Claudia Schmidt,
Dietmar Grube

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The Relation Between Parental Efficacy and
Family Chaos and The Influence of Child
Developmental Factors
Kelsey Weinberger, Denise Gardner, Steve
Lehocky, Alyson Gerdes

48

How is Time Frequency related to Risky Behavior
among Native American Adolescents?
Zena Mello, Laura Finan, Frank Worrell

61

A Cross-lagged Twin Study of Etiological Links
Between Activity Level and Attention Problems in
Early Childhood
Kimberly Saudino, Manjie Wang, Philip Asherson

62

The Influences of Facial Expression and Face
Inversion on Sensitivity to Eye Contact in Adults
With Autism Spectrum Disorders
Mark Vida, Daphne Maurer, Andrew Calder, Gillian
Rhodes, Jennifer Walsh, Matt Pachai, M.
Rutherford

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Children's Plans: What Happens If...? A Study with
Three Social Groups in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Florencia Alam, Celia Rosemberg, Maia Migdalek,
Judith Hudson
What Determines Complexity in Children's Tool
Making?
Nicola Cutting, Sarah Beck, Ian Apperly

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Educational Placement in Children with ASDs:
Prediction from Early Attachment and Maternal
Insightfulness
Smadar Dolev, David Oppenheim, Nina KorenKarie, Nurit Yirmiya

74

Social Context, Parental Monitoring, and
Multisystemic Therapy Outcomes
Brittany Robinson, Dominika Winiarski, Ryan
Hackett, Patricia Brennan, Sharon Foster, Phillippe
Cunningham, Elizabeth Whitmore

64

The Autism Question: An Exploration into
Expectation and the Culture of Recovery
Anne Cosby, Emily Nord, Stephanie Shaeffer,
Katrina Shilling, Aliza Sial, Virginia Mackintosh

75

Evaluating Stimulant Medication Effects in ADHD
Populations: A Meta-Analysis of CPT Performance
Gina Mattei, Sarah Karalunas, Helen Tam, Cynthia
Huang-Pollock

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Use of an iPad Application to Teach Receptive
Language Skills to Children with Autism
Nurit Sheinberg

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Multisensory Temporal Integration in Autism
Spectrum Disorders
Ryan Stevenson, Justin Siemann, Brittany
Schneider, Haley Eberly, Tiffany Woynaroski,
Stephen Camarata, Mark Wallace

Emotional Intelligence and Social Skills in Children
with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:
Knowing versus Doing
Emma Climie, Sarah Mastoras, Donald Saklofske,
Vicki Schwean

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Early Control Functions as Predictors of
Adolescent ADHD Symptoms
Karin Brocki, Gunilla Bohlin

78

Sensitivity to Reward and Punishment Predicts
Childhood Depression at a 2 Year Follow-up
Chrystal Vergara-Lopez, Hector Lopez-Vergara,
Craig Colder

79

Change of Depressive Symptoms Trajectories
from Adolescence to Young Adulthood:Influence of
Transition Characteristics
Tae Kyoung Lee, Kandauda Wickrama

80

Sadness Perception Bias in Clinically Referred
Preschoolers: The Role of Maternal Depression
and Stress
Sarah Martin, Lauren Williamson, Eva KurtzNelson, Mia DeMarco, Julia Lynford, John
Boekamp

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The Relationship Between Temporal Processing
And Multisensory Integration Throughout
Development
Ryan Stevenson, Justin Siemann, Brittany
Schneider, Haley Eberly, Tiffany Woynaroski,
Stephen Camarata, Mark Wallace
Parent Report and Direct Assessment of Early
Language Skills Among Toddlers at Risk for
Autism
Kelly Sheperd, Rebecca Landa

69

Sex differences in visual fixation patterns in
school-age children with autism spectrum
disorders
Jennifer Moriuchi, Ami Klin, Warren Jones

70

Differences in Knowledge and Perceptions of
Autism between Latina and White Mothers
Allison Ratto, Lauren Turner-Brown, J. Steven
Reznick

81

Mechanisms Underlying Gene-Environment
Interactions in Externalizing Behavior: A Review.
Joyce Weeland, Geertjan Overbeek, Walter
Matthys, Bram Orobio de Castro

71

A Review of Parenting Stress Among Japanese
Mothers of Children With Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Noriko Porter

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Developmental Patterns and Predictors of Conduct
Problems From Early to Middle Childhood in HighRisk Girls
Lauretta Brennan, Daniel Shaw, Thomas Dishion,
Melvin Wilson

Contributions of Theory of Mind and Emotion
Recognition for Preschoolers' Externalizing
Problems
Carla Martins, Eva Martins, Ana Osório, Manuela
Veríssimo, Paula Castiajo, Ana Barreto, Mónica
Freire, Anabela Castro, Carla Antunes, Eduarda
Costa, Joana Ribeiro, Lília Pinto, Sara Martins

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Child Temperament as a Unique Predictor of
Externalizing Behaviors in Preschoolers
Ferne Pinard, Laura Cook, Lindsey Hall, Kristy
DiSabatino, Tammy Barry

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The Link between Early Responses to
Transgressions and Future Antisocial Behavior:
The Moderating Role of the Parent-Child
Relationship
Sanghag Kim

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Interactive Effects of Harsh Parenting and
Neighborhood Danger on Externalizing Behavior
Problems During Early Childhood
Brenna Sapotichne, Laura Scaramella, Moira
Riley, Juli Weiss, Lucy McGoron, Jessica Grande

85

The effects of intensive treatment for adolescent
panic disorder on their parents' negative emotional
symptoms
Christina Hardway, Donna Pincus, Kaitlin Gallo,
Jonathan Comer

86

Predictors of Perceived Need for Treatment and
Engagement in Mental Health Services among
Racial/Ethnic Minority Adolescents and Their
Parents
Emily Lichvar, Sarah Dauber, Aaron Hogue

94

Rhythm and Regulation: Fostering School
Readiness Skills Through a Music Intervention
Emily Daubert, Jessa Reed, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek,
Roberta Golinkoff

95

Children's Perceptions of Their Social Support
During Their Transition to School
Stephanie Peccia, Harriet Petrakos

96

School transition trajectories of marginalised
Indigenous Australian children
Rachel Leske, Karen Thorpe, Sally Staton

97

Relationships between Gender, Grade, and Stage
of Transition and School Transition Anxiety among
4th-6th Grade U.S. Students
Stephen Loke, Patricia Lowe

87

Promoting Parental Capacity to Change in Child
Protection Cases Using an Attachment-Based
Intervention
Chantal Cyr, Marilyne Dumais, Geneviève Michel,
Marie-Julie Béliveau, Daniel Paquette

98

Examination of Frequency of Family Zoo Visits as
a Predictor and Outcome of Children's Interest and
Knowledge in Animals
Bailey Hubert, Thea Freygang, Joyce Alexander,
Kathy Johnson, Jessica Chamberlain

88

Parallel Alcohol and Cannabis Use Trajectories
and Sexual Health Outcomes Among Adolescent
Girls with a History of Sexual Abuse
Sanne Wortel, Assaf Oshri, Bridget O'Connor,
Mandi Burnette

99

Cognitive Predictors of Gender Differences in Test
Scores, Grades, and STEM Career Plans
Colleen Ganley, Marina Vasilyeva

100

Using GIS in project based curriculum: Influence
on students' approach to problem solving
Erin Wilkerson, Nathaniel Meadow, David Uttal,
Alycia Hund, Robert Kolvoord

101

Approaches to Teaching Young Children Science
Concepts and Vocabulary and Scientific Problemsolving Skills and Role of Classroom Environment
Amy Colgrove, Soo-Young Hong

102

The Role of Teacher Relatedness and StudentTeacher Relationship Quality in Engagement and
Achievement: A Longitudinal Study
Ammon Wilcken, Cary Roseth

103

Exploring the Teacher-Child Relationship: The
Role of a Teacher's Attributions for Child
Disruptive Behavior
Lauren Carter, Amanda Williford

104

Measurement Invariance of the Teacher Network
of Relationships Inventory From Grades 1-9
Jan Hughes, Jiun-Yu Wu

105

Using Multiple Sources to Understand Classroom
Environments and their Impact on Student
Academic Development
Erik Ruzek, Christopher Hafen, Bridget Hamre,
Robert Pianta

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Adolescent prescription drug misuse: Crosscultural differences in parental and peer substance
use disapproval
Bridgid Conn, Amy Marks
Alcohol Expectancies as a Mediator between
Alcohol Advertising Exposure and Drinking
Outcomes
Timothy Pace, Nicole Fossos, Haley Douglas,
Jason Kilmer, Melissa Lewis, Veronique Grazioli,
Tiara Dillworth, Mary Larimer
Extracurricular Activity Involvement of American
Indian Adolescents as a Source of Protection
Against Substance Use
Elizabeth Jones, Carol Markstrom, Kristin
Moilanen

92

Montessori Public School Pre-K Programs and the
School Readiness of Low-Income Black and Latino
Children
Arya Ansari, Adam Winsler

93

A Musical Mosaic: Scaffolding School Readiness
Skills via Music Instruction Among Head Start
Preschoolers
Jessa Reed, Emily Daubert, Kelly Fisher, Kathryn
Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Golinkoff

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The Psychometric Study of the Transracial
Adoption Parenting Scale-Revised (TAPS-R)
Jaegoo Lee, M. Elizabeth Vonk

119

What think health staff about women who have
relinquished babies for adoption
Aline Siqueira, Samara Santos, Bruna Martins,
Suane Faraj

120

Addressing the gender gap in low-income
populations: The protective effect of mothers'
school involvement on boys' and girls' academic
trajectories
Danielle Kingdon, Lisa Serbin, Dale Stack

The Effects of Discrimination: Risk Factors for
Parental Stress and Depression of Lesbian and
Gay Parents
Joshua Kellison, Lucia Ciciolla, Emma Lauer

121

Parental Locus of Control: Examination of Parental
Gender Differences and Cultural Influences
Kathryn Lawton, Theresa Lauer, Margaret Grace,
Alyson Gerdes

A Longitudinal Study of Ethnic and Generation
Differences in College Persistence
Virginia Huynh, Melissa Witkow, Andrew Fuligni

122

Comparison of Korean Immigrant Fathers' and
Mothers' Parenting Practices
Boram Lee, Louise Keown, Gavin Brown, Susan P
Farruggia

123

Typologies of Interparental Violence and Parenting
Practices in High-Risk Families: Testing Spillover
and Compensatory Models
Michael Fittoria, Melissa Sturge-Apple, Patrick
Davies, Dante Cicchetti

124

Marital Quality and Coparenting Behavior: Triadic
Family Interactions with Preschoolers in Japan
Akiko Kawashima, Taro Kurushima, Jun
Nakazawa

125

Being Observed? Impact of the Presence of
Fathers on Mothers' Parenting
Sarah Lang, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Letitia
Kotila, Claire Kamp Dush

126

Coparenting Dynamics Across Different
Observational Contexts
Regina Kuersten-Hogan, Debora Franco, Yeonjoo
Son

106

How do the attitudes and practices of teachers
influence initial literacy acquisition by first-graders
in Zambian city schools ?
Robert Serpell, Jacqueline Jere-Folotiya

107

Measuring Effective Teaching Strategies:
Preliminary Analyses of the Teacher Observation
of the Management of Behavior and Academics
(TOMBA)
Aaron Miller, Deirdre Katz, Scott Gest, Rebecca
Madill

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Evaluating the Impact of High School Quality on
Educational Attainment and Crime in low-income,
urban students.
Brandt Richardson, Judy Temple
Sleep, Temperament and Behavior in Daycare:
The Interplay between Awake and Asleep States
Across Contexts
Anat Scher, Orly Lavi

112

Predicting Self-Regulation in Kindergarten from
Early Child Care Quality
Jenna Finch, Anna Johnson, Deborah Phillips

113

Daily Stress, Stress Reducing Activities, and
Classroom Behaviors of Child Care Teachers: An
Ecological Momentary Assessment Study
Jennifer Baumgartner, Russell Carson, Carrie Ota

114

Intergenerational Cycles of Child Neglect Among
Young Mothers
Jessica Bartlett, Ann Easterbrooks

115

Continuity in family violence: A longitudinal
investigation
Bart Klika, Heather Storer, Todd Herrenkohl

127

Relationships among Child, Parent, and Context
Factors and Positive Parenting Behaviors
Young-Hee Park, Ithel Jones

116

Temperament as a Risk and Protective Factor for
Parent Child Abuse Potential: Effortful Control,
Frustration, and Positive Affect
Nicole Burt, Ericka Rutledge, Regina Hiraoka,
Jade Jenkins, Julie Crouch, David Bridgett

128

Associations between Coparenting and Father
Involvement on Work- and Non-Work-Days
Daniel Laxman, Geoffrey Brown, Sarah
Mangelsdorf, Whitney Rossmiller-Giesing

129
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Domestic and International Adoption in Brazil: A
Two-family Case Study of Proximal Processes
During the Initial Cohabitation Period
Elisa Merçon-Vargas, Edinete Rosa, Débora
Dell'Aglio, Dan Wang, Jonathan Tudge

Father's Involvement and children's adaptation to
pre-school: the role of parenting styles
Ligia Monteiro, Ines Pessoa e Costa, Patricia
Borges, Jordana Cardoso, Nuno Torres, Manuela
Veríssimo

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A Multi-Site Study of Factors Predicting Children's
Risky Behavior with Dogs in Rural China
Jiabin Shen, Shaohua Li, Huiyun Xiang, Shulan
Pang, Yanyan Ying, David Schwebel

142

Does Weather Influence Children's Risk-Taking in
Pedestrian Situations?
Jenni Rouse, Angela Stevens, Anna Johnston,
Jiabin Shen, David Schwebel

143

Parental Alcohol Use, Parenting and Child
Developmental Functioning
Katarina Guttmannova, Karl Hill, Jennifer Bailey,
Lacey Hartigan, Candice Small, J. Hawkins

Peer Acceptance in Childhood Uniquely Predicts
Young Adult BMI
Gregory Pettit, Shannon McDaniel, John Bates,
Jennifer Lansford, Kenneth Dodge, Amanda
Harrist

144

Model Minority Stereotype, Psychological Distress,
and Intergenerational Conflict Among Korean
American Adolescents and their Mothers
Hui Chu, Christia Spears Brown

Do Changes in Children's BMI Depend on Poverty
Status?
Dorothy Chien, Lauren Ruggieri, Allison Kuether,
Holli Tonyan

145

The Early Cognitive Environment: Influence on
Young Children's Nutrition and Exercise Practices
Saskia Op den Bosch, Helena Duch

146

Technology Support for Engaging Adults in
Dialogic Reading with Young Children
Glenda Revelle, Rafael Ballagas, Mirjana
Spasojevic

147

Maternal Parenting Stress and Adolescent
Separation and Detachment: The Mediating Role
of Psychological Control
Cynthia Yuen, Alissa Mahler, Justin Jager, Marc
Bornstein, Charlene Hendricks

How word meanings interface with cognition: a
case-study of children's acquisition of ‘most'
Darko Odic, Alexis Wellwood, Paul Pietroski,
Jeffrey Lidz, Tim Hunter, Justin Halberda

148

What do you think will happen next? The relation
between maternal questions and child narrative
contribution across ethnicity and development
Yana Kuchirko, Rufan Luo, Naomi ChakofskyLewy, Eva Liang, Maria-Paula Garcia

Children's executive function relates to the
frequency and quality of shared book reading with
parents
Sarah Eason, Kathryn Leech, Geetha Ramani,
Meredith Rowe

149

Comparisons of Korean(Hangul) Reading in
Children from Multicultural Families and Those
from Low Income Families
Hyewon Choi, Hyunsook Choi

150

First-Language Abilities as Predictors of SecondLanguage Literary in Chinese-English Bilingual
Children
Kathy Shum, Connie Ho, Linda Siegel, Terry Au

151

Age of Bilingual Exposure Predicts Distinct
Contributions of Phonological and Semantic
Knowledge to Successful Reading Development
Kaja Jasinska, Laura-Ann Petitto

152

Mapping labels to motion events: Effects of
bilingualism
Sandy Gonzalez, Catherine Bradley, Tatiana
Barriga, Sheila Krogh-Jespersen, Shannon Pruden

130

History of Childhood Physical and Sexual Abuse is
Associated With Parental Unresolved Attachment,
and Frightened/Frightening Parent Behavior
Elyse Redden, Heidi Bailey, David Pederson, Greg
Moran, Sandi Bento

131

The Mirror Paradigm: Positive facial expressions
and a non-anxious voice of mothers are linked to
toddlers' organized and enthusiastic mirror play
Hannah Knafo, Victoria Sliva, Kristin Tosi, Jordan
Bate, Tiffany Haick, Esther McBirney, Miriam
Steele

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Mothers' Psychological Control and Chinese
Children's Functioning: Guilt Induction vs. Love
Withdrawal and Warmth as a Moderator
Chen Huang, Qian Wang
Parental Autonomy Support and Chinese
Adolescents' Disclosure in the Academic Domain:
The Mediating Role of Feelings of Autonomy
Nini Wu, Qian Wang

Parenting, Parent-Child Relationship, and
Chinese-American Children's Peer Relationship
Problems
Wei Yu, Jing Yu, Hui Jun Lim, Charissa Cheah
Remote Control or Let Go: Conceptual Change of
Parenting of Chinese Very Young International
Students' Parents
Sihan Xiao, Yiping Huo
Unintentional Injury Prevention for Early Infancy:
Focus on Naturalistic Context and Caregiving
Behavior
Jenny Ortiz Muñoz, Olga Carbonel, Silvia Koller

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What explains crosslinguistic variation in gesture?
Seyda Ozcaliskan, Susan Goldin-Meadow

154

Looking in the visual world: Lexical recognition of
American Sign Language in native signers and
second-language learners
Amy Lieberman, Arielle Borovsky, Marla Hatrak,
Rachel Mayberry

165

From Effort to Value: Developmental Changes in
Children's Reliance on Effort Justification for
Resource Allocation
Avi Benozio, Gil Diesendruck

166

Skilled Cup Use by Infants
Sara Redahan, Björn Kahrs, Wendy Jung,
Jackleen Leed, Jeffrey Lockman

167

Children's Sub-Optimal Decisions in a Risky VisuoMotor Task
Marko Nardini, Tessa Dekker

168

Infants' audiovisual speech integration hinges on
underlying temporal dynamics: evidence from sinewave speech
Heather Bortfeld, Martijn Baart, Kathleen Shaw,
Jean Vroomen

169

Cross-modal Matching of Audiovisual German and
French Speech in Infancy
Claudia Kubicek, Anne Hillairet de Boisferon, Eve
Dupierrix, Olivier Pascalis, Helene Loevenbruck,
Judit Gervain, Gudrun Schwarzer

170

The Learning Game: Playing Snakes & Ladders
Increases Word Learning in 4-Year-Olds
Brenna Hassinger-Das, Amira Parker, Katherine
Ridge, Megan Johanson, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek,
Roberta Golinkoff

Physical Aggression and Social Competence:
Continuity and Distinctiveness in Early Childhood
Ane Nærde, Agathe Backer-Grøndahl, Henrik
Zahrisson, Harald Janson, Terje Ogden

171

Attention in Children's Environments Scales
(ACES): The Development of a New Observational
Measure of Attention
Rebecca Stephens, Joshua Chen, Barbara
Goldman, J. Steven Reznick

Parental Responses to Children's Negative
Emotions Moderate the Relation between Emotion
Regulation and Aggression
Abigail Seelbach, Ashley Hampton, Brian Shields,
Deborah Drabick

172

Academic Achievement of Polyvictimized Youth:
Identification of Youth at Risk Using the Austrian
PISA 2009 Data
Petra Gradinger, Dagmar Strohmeier, Alfred
Schabmann, Christiane Spiel

173

Relations of Bullying and Victimization to Social
Cognitive Factors
Juliana Raskauskas

174

Predicting bullying and defending a victim: The
influences of attachment, negative emotionality,
and emotion regulation
Tia Murphy, Debbie Laible, Mairin Augustine

175

Within-Adolescent Differences in the Experience of
Verbal Bullying: Teacher Control and Tolerance
Matters
Nancy Darling, Valdone Rakauskaite

176

Bullying in Turkish Schools: Ecological Systems
Model as a Framework
Aysun Dogan, Hilal Sen, Mert Tekozel, Turkan
Yilmaz Irmak

155

Mothers' Labeling Responses to Infants' Gestural
but not Nongestural Communicative Bids Predict
Vocabulary Size
Janet Olson, Elise Masur

156

Who is she? The Role of Social Context in Early
Language Learning
Elizabeth Goldenberg, Catherine Sandhofer

157

Word-class composition in first 20 words predicts
later word acquisition rate
Tessei Kobayashi, Yasuhiro Minami, Hiroaki
Sugiyama

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Incidental Exposure to Print Facilitates Oral
Vocabulary Acquisition in Grade 3 Children
Kathleen Jubenville, Monique Sénéchal, Amy
Winchester, Melissa Malette

161

Developing a Measure of Group Attachment
Leslie Ponciano

162

Money Donation as a Measure of Children's Moral
Behavior: An Examination of Ethical Issues and
Validity
Elizabeth Boerger

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The development of prosocial moral reasoning and
a prosocial orientation in young adulthood:
Concurrent and longitudinal correlates
Michael Sulik, Nancy Eisenberg, Claire Hofer,
Jeffrey Liew
Care and Concern, Contributions, and Character:
The Link Between Generativity in Emerging
Adulthood and Positive Youth Development
Heather Lawford, Heather Ramey

252

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Parents and Partners: Unraveling the Relation
Between Parenting and Intimacy in Late
Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Stijn Van Petegem, Wim Beyers, Evie Kins, Siel
Bulteel, Bart Soenens

188

Narrative Coherence and Psychological
Mindedness as Buffers Against Victimization
Among Children Rejected by Peers
Alice Davidson, Marsha Walton, Cara Guthrie,
Bhavna Kansal

178

Predicting Healthy Autonomy and Relatedness in
Adolescent and Adulthood Romantic Relationships
from Early Peer Relationships
Barbara Oudekerk, Joseph Allen, Lauren Molloy

189

Predicting Electronic Victimization Among Home
School Youth: The Role of Technology Use and
Skill Level
Heather Giles, Juan Casas

179

The Impact of Relationship Education and
Classroom Climate on Adolescent Ideal
Partner/Relationship Views
Yanling Ma, Joe Pittman, Jennifer Kerpelman,
Francesca Adler-Baeder

190

The power of money and age: Bullying and
inequalities in classrooms
Enrique Chaux, Melisa Castellanos

191

Children's Aggression in Relation to Supportive
and Non-Supportive Anger Socialization Practices
of Parents and Close Friends
Rachel Tillery, Katianne Howard Sharp, Robert
Cohen, Katherine Kitzmann

180

Adolescents' Perception of Mental Health as
Acceptable or Not Acceptable Among Their Peers
Kristine Kovack-Lesh, Lisa Aguilar

181

Observed Leadership during Adolescence: An
Exploration and Extrapolation to Peer Perceptions
of Leadership
Christopher Sheppard, Christina Grimes, Megan
Golonka, Kristen Peairs, Martha Putallaz, Philip
Costanzo, Jennifer Lansford

192

Supportive Fathers Moderate the Effects of
Mothers' Alcohol use on Children's Externalizing
Behavior Problems
Lorraine McKelvey, Nicola Burrow, Joy
Pemberton, Glenn Mesman, Hiram Fitzgerald,
Robert Bradley

182

Affiliations With Antisocial Crowds in a GangImpacted Neighborhood: Costs and Benefits
Tana Luo, Serenita Kumar, David Schwartz,
Andrea Gorman

193

Addressing the Transmission Gap: The
Concordance of Parent and Child Relationship
Representations in Middle Childhood
Kelly Miller, H. St. John, Jessica Borelli

183

Significant Friends to Significant Others: Dyadic
Social Processes in Adolescence and Their Impact
on Internalizing Symptoms
Hannah Ford, Karim Assous, Ethan Rothstein,
Jennifer Sauve, Jessica Fales, Douglas Nangle

194

Attachment Security and Emotion Understanding
in Preschool-Aged Children
Natalie Troxel, Jennifer Yoshimura, Monica Lopez,
Paul Hastings

195
184

The Development of Close Relationships in
Emerging Adulthood: Dyadic Perspectives among
First-Year College Roommates
Kristina Huber, Jonathan Mattanah, Janna
Steinberg, Tess Krakoff, Edward Lomash,
Jacqueline Boualavong, Maria Clemente

Is children's organization of secure base behavior
with dad that different from children's organization
of secure base behavior with mom?
Marilia Fernandes, Manuela Veríssimo, Ligia
Monteiro, António Santos, Orlando Santos, Nuno
Torres

196
185

Teacher Rated Competence in Peer Interactive
Play and Preschool children sociometric reciprocal
friendships.
Nuno Torres, Orlando Santos, Jordana Cardoso,
Manuela Veríssimo, António Santos

The Child Attachment Interview: An Empirical Test
of Convergent and Divergent Validity
John Coffey, Jessica West, Jennifer Somers,
Christopher Mayfield, Jessica Borelli

197

"STOP IT!!!": Instances of Parents Yelling in the
Home
George Holden, Grant Holland, Paul Williamson

198

Nonverbal Emotion Communication: Processes of
Flexibility and Shared Affect During Positive
Mother-Child Interactions
Leah Enns, Dale Stack, Lindsey Barrieau, Lisa
Serbin, Alex Schwartzman

186

187

The Perceived Importance and Influence of Online
Groups in Early Adolescence: The Role of
Intragroup Behavior and Patterns of Interaction.
Hana Macháčková, Lenka Dědková
Parent and Peer Values and Immigrant Youth
Emotional and Behavioral Functioning
Ayse Cici-Gokaltun, Mary Levitt

253

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Developmental Differences in the Association
Between Time With Peers and Emotionality
Susan VanDerhei, Kathryn Monahan

200

Introducing the Child Affective Facial Expressions
Set (CAFE): Evidence of Validity and Reliability
Catherine Thrasher, Vanessa LoBue

201

202

Sexually Transmitted Infections and Coping
among African American Adolescent Females
Carisa Perry-Parrish, Pamela Matson, Jonathan
Ellen
From Managing Emotions to Improving
Relationships: Higher Quality Best Friendships
Predicted From Earlier Emotion Regulation
Elenda Hessel, Megan Schad, Joanna Chango,
Joseph Allen

203

Assessing daily emotional experiences across
adolescence: Measurement invariance across sex
and time
Dominique Maciejewski, Hans Koot, Pol van Lier

204

Positive affect as informational feedback in goal
pursuit:The differentiated effect of pride versus
happiness
Shihua Huang, Zude Zhu, Wei Zhang, Dongliang
Li, Yingsi Tang

205

206

Characteristics of Young Entrepreneurs: Initial
Findings from The Young Entrepreneurship Study
(YES) Project
Michelle Weiner, Jennifer Agans, Megan Mueller,
Heidi Johnson, G. John Geldhof, Richard Lerner

Media Stories and Narrative Identity Development:
An Exploratory Investigation
Andrea Breen, Kate McLean, Kristen Cairney

208

Developmental patterns of neural responses to
rewards differ for self and friends
Barbara Braams, Eveline Crone

209

Ideas as Reputational Currency: The Difference
Between Giving and Taking Credit
Elizabeth Ake, Alex Shaw, Kristina Olson

210

Language and Executive Function in Interpersonal
Problem Solving: The Ties that Bind
Keely Owens-Jaffray, Katharine Bailey, Nancie ImBolter, Fataneh Farnia, Nancy Cohen

Self-Concept and Beliefs About Social Inequality:
A Study of Social Dominance Orientation in a High
Ability Sample
Jennifer Cross, Colm O'Reilly, Mihyeon Kim

212

Exploring a Longitudinal Protective Profile for
Temperamentally Shy Children
Emily Griese, Meredith McGinley, Eric Buhs

213

Temperament Predicting Child Engagement in,
and Parental Reinforcement of, Prosocial
Behaviors in Early Childhood
Alicia Bower

214

Child Shyness and Pragmatic Difficulty:
Implications for Social Competence in
Preschoolers
Mandeep Gurm, Arlene Young

215

The Genetic Precursors and the Advantageous
Sequelae of Inhibited Temperament: An
Evolutionary Perspective
Rochelle Hentges, Patrick Davies, Melissa SturgeApple, Dante Cicchetti

216

Difficulty Calming Predicts Infant TV Use and
Mediates the Relationship Between TV and Later
Attention Problems
Rebecca Brand, Wallace Dixon

Saturday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

(Event 3-045) U.S. Federal Agency Poster Group
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Family Narrative in Adolesence and Emerging
Adulthood: Gender, Family Functioning and
Associations with Identity Development
Sarah Morrison-Cohen, Kate McLean

207

211

Please refer to Event 1-046 for the full listing of Federal
Agency Posters.

Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am

(Event 3-046) Poster Session 13
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:20 am

254

1

Attentional Basis of Deontic and Moral Reasoning
in Social Situations in 3--5-Year-Olds
Patrick Sellers, Kayla Causey, David Bjorklund

2

Poverty and Infant Distractibility: An Advantage for
Low-Income Infants?
Elise Paul, Hemavattie Ramtahal, Jasmin Perez,
Maggie Diu, Marianella Casasola, Gary Evans

3

Trait and State Anxiety: Differential Relations to
Executive Functioning in an At Risk Sample
Alexandra Ursache, C. Cybele Raver

15

Active Controlled Retrieval Development in
Children: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials
France Simard, Genevieve Cadoret

4

Overcoming Conflict: The Role of Dimensional
Experience in the DCCS Task
Stephen Molitor, Sammy Perone, Aaron Buss,
John Spencer, Larissa Samuelson

16

Developmental Differences in Medial Temporal
Lobe Recruitment During Episodic Recollection
Marcos Sastre, Julia Ross, Jacqueline Pospisil,
Joshua Lee, Carter Wendelken, Silvia Bunge,
Simona Ghetti

5

Executive control underpins route learning in Down
syndrome, Williams syndrome and typical
development
Harry Purser, Emily Farran, Yannick Courbois,
Axelle Lemahieu, Pascal Sockeel, Daniel Mellier,
Mark Blades

17

Maternal RSA and parenting behaviors display
concurrent and cross-lagged associations that
diverge in abusive and non-maltreating mothers
Elizabeth Skowron, Elizabeth Cipriano-Essel,
Lorna Smith Benjamin, Mark Van Ryzin

18

Patterns of Heart Rate Variability in Infants with
Congenital Heart Defects Following a 14-Day Skinto-Skin Care Intervention
Tondi Harrison, Roger Brown

19

Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Predicts Slower
Pubertal Tempo in Early Adolescence
David Bennett, Jennifer Birnkrant, Dennis
Carmody, Michael Lewis

20

Early Adversity Exposure and Pubertal
Development in Mexican American Girls
Emily Murphy, Michelle Vedar, Julianna Deardorff,
Kim Harley, Katherine Kogut, Brenda Eskenazi

21

Predicting Racial Variations in Girls Pubertal
Maturation: The Role of SES
Jennifer Becnel, Sandra Simpkins, F. Scott
Christopher

22

Adolescent Motivations for Abstinence and
Prosocial Behavior
Natalie Johnson, Spencer Anderson, Justin
Christensen, Sam Hardy, David Dollahite

23

Reappraisal of Appetitive Desires: A Novel Means
of Assessing Self-Regulation from Childhood to
Adulthood
Nicole Giuliani, Elizabeth Ivie, Elliot Berkman,
Jennifer Pfeifer

24

Childhood Economic Strain Predicts Substance
use in Emerging Adulthood: Mediation Effects of
Self-Control and Parenting Practices
Chien-Ti Lee, Kevin Prybol, F. McClernon, Scott
Kollins, Bernard Fuemmeler

25

Smart and Savvy: The Role of Intelligence and
Social Cognition on How Children Evaluate
Sources of Information
Candice Mills, Fadwa Elashi, Kevin Carson

6

Development of Spatial Memory in Children:
Evidence from Eye Tracking
Shala Blue, Patricia Bauer

7

Odd One Out: Young Children Fail to Display
Memory Benefits for Conceptually and
Perceptually Unique Information
Stephanie Miller, Melissa McConnell Rogers,
Stuart Marcovitch, Naomi Chatley

8

A Longitudinal Analysis of Episodic Memory From
3 to 4 Years of Age
Kimberly Cuevas, Vinaya Rajan, Martha Ann Bell

9

A Time and A Place for Everything: Organizing
Autobiographical Memories in Children and Adults
Maria Jones, Marina Larkina, Patricia Bauer

10

Children's Selective Attention in Contextual Cueing
Yingying Yang, Edward Merrill

11

The Impact of Infant Crying on Adult Cognition and
Autonomic Activity
Daniel Jabrayan, Michelle Pearson, David Haley

12

Brain Differences During Math Cognition Between
Typically Developing Adolescents and Those
Experiencing Math Difficulties
Rhonda Brown, Lori Kroeger, Vincent Schmithorst,
Sue Schlembach, Stephanie Thompson, Claire
Foskuhl

13

Maternal Brain Responses to Baby-Stimuli are
Modulated by Psychopathology
James Swain, S. Ho, Katherine Rosenblum, Eric
Finegood, Carolyn Dayton, Leyla Akce, Sheila
Marcus, K. Phan, Maria Muzik

14

Breaking down the LPP: Using child self-report
and parent-report to disambiguate children's neural
processing of emotion
Jacqueline Leventon, Patricia Bauer

255

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Trust and Beauty: Children Use Facial
Attractiveness to Form Trustworthiness
Impressions
Fengling Ma, Fen Xu

27

Reducing Ethnic Bias in Young Children: The Role
of the Communicator's Race and Reconciliation
Training
Philip Johnson, Frances Aboud

28
29

Children's Negotiation of Norms With Their Peers
Bahar Koymen, Elena Lieven, Michael Tomasello
Development of eye morphology relevant to gazecuing in the human infant.
Michael Mannino, Jessica Garcia-Iñiguez, Melanie
Williams, Emily Geisler, Sean Hermanson,
Anthony Dick

38

So Much for Good Intentions: Evidence From
Deviant and Typical Causal Chains That 5-yearolds Judge Negative, but not Positive, Acts as
Intentional
Corrie Vendetti, Andrea Astle, Jennifer Gomes,
Deepthi Kamawar

39

Children's reactions to untrustworthy sources of
information about food
Simone Nguyen, Cameron Gordon, Tonya Conley

40

Learning About Structural Stability in Construction
Through Comparison and Explanation
Christian Hoyos, Dedre Gentner

41

Latent Structure of Executive Functioning in
Preschool-Age Children
J. Audie Black, Alytia Levendosky, Lia Martin

30

Differences in the Strength of Children's
Attractiveness, Gender, and Race Biases and
Their Explicit Use of these Attributes
Jennifer Rennels, Judith Langlois

42

Adapting a Computerized Executive Function Task
for Use in Diverse and High-Risk Populations
Jacob Anderson, Amanda Wenzel, Stephanie
Carlson, Philip Zelazo, Ann Masten

31

Young Children Coordinate Majority Consensus
Information and Moral Norms
Laura Elenbaas, Silvia Guerrero, Ileana Enesco,
Melanie Killen

43

Reflection Training Improves Executive Function in
Preschool-age Children: Behavioral and Neural
Effects
Stacey Espinet, Jacob Anderson, Philip Zelazo

32

Young Children's Wayfinding Abilities: The
Importance of Landmarks when Learning a Route
in a Virtual Environment
Jamie Lingwood, Mark Blades, Emily Farran, Harry
Purser, Yannick Courbois, Marine Balle, Danielle
Matthews

44

EEG Power and Behavioral Measures of SelfRegulation in Post-Institutionalized Children
Alyssa Pintar, Camelia Hostinar, Kristin Frenn,
Bonny Donzella, Megan Gunnar

45

Approximate Number Sense, Symbolic Number
Processing or Number-Space Mappings: What
Underlies Mathematics Achievement?
Delphine Sasanguie, Silke Göbel, Kristina Moll,
Karolien Smets, Bert Reynvoet

46

Numerical Magnitude Processing in Children With
Persistent and Non-persistent Mathematical
Learning Difficulties
Bert De Smedt, Kiran Vanbinst, Pol Ghesquière

47

Preschoolers can reason algebraically using the
Approximate Number System
Melissa Kibbe, Lisa Feigenson

48

Developing Operation Sense: Children's and
Adults' Arithmetic With Countable and
Uncountable Amounts
Pooja Sidney, Yun-Chen Chan, Martha Alibali

49

Putting the Pieces Together: Spatial Skills at Age 3
Predict to Spatial and Math Performance at Age 5
Gabrielle Farmer, Brian Verdine, Kelsey Lucca,
ToriAnne Davies, Raissa Dempsey, Kathryn HirshPasek, Roberta Golinkoff

33

Spatial Visualization and Perception Predict
Change in Number Sense
Martha Carr, Natalia Alexeev, Nicole Barned, Lu
Wang, Erin Horan, Adam Reed, Beryl Bray

34

Children's Representation of Narrative
Perspectives in Storytelling and Pretense in
Relation to Theory of Mind
Hande Ilgaz, Ageliki Nicolopoulou

35

Affectionate Contact and Theory and Mind in
Parent-Child Dyads
Anastasia Christopher, Mark Sabbagh

36

Do Early Theory-of-Mind Competencies Predict
Academic Achievement in First and Second
Grade?
Kathrin Lockl, Susanne Ebert, Sabine Weinert

37

I'm not Calling you a Liar, but You're in Big
Trouble! Four-year-olds' Identification, Moral
Judgment, and Punishment of Lie-tellers
Corrie Vendetti, Deepthi Kamawar, Tracy
Thomson

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Children's and Adult's Conceptualization and
Evaluation of Different Types of Lies in Terms of
Motivation and Content of Lying
Lan Chen

64

Effects of Language Impairment on Measures of
Autistic Symptomatology
Alison Hill, Jan van Santen, Rachel Ludovise,
Cullen Conway

51

Human Rights and Communal Values: Zulu
Adolescents' Evaluations of the Right to Literacy in
Post-apartheid South Africa
Kathryn Day

65

Emotion Perception and Cognition in Children with
High Functioning Autism and Typical Development
Rowena Ng, Anna Jarvinen, Philip Lai, Doris
Trauner, Ursula Bellugi

52

Preverbal Human Infants Formulate Rules Over
Abstract Representations of Same and Different
Jean-Remy Hochmann

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Scenes enhance children's attention toward
relations while reasoning by analogy.
Yannick Glady, Bob French, Jean-Pierre Thibaut

The Effect of ADHD Symptoms on Adaptive
Behaviors in Children with ASD and Typical
Development
Hayley Dauterman, Christen Manangan, Beverly
Wilson, Elle Discolo

67

Learning From Counterevidence: When do
Children Change Their Hypotheses?
Deanna Macris, David Sobel

Categories of Young Children on the Autism
Spectrum
Allison Bean, Deborah Fein, Letitia Naigles

68

Bullying and Depression in Children With Autism
Danielle Epler, Natasha Valyo

69

Predicting Spoken Communication and
Comprehension in Young Children with ASD
Paul Yoder, Linda Watson, Micheal Sandbank

54

55

How Does the Activity Goal Affect Mother-Child
Participation and Child Learning During Joint
Planning?
Susan Perez, Mary Gauvain

56

Stability and Change in Mother-Child Planning
Over Middle Childhood
Mary Gauvain, Susan Perez

71

Incorporating Youth's Own Perspectives in the
Measurement of Participation and the Environment
Kendra Liljenquist, Wendy Coster

57

The Value of Things: Developmental Changes in
Preferences for Scarce Items
Matar Ferera, Avi Benozio, Gil Diesendruck

72

ELAN: It's Not Just for Research Anymore
Nicole Depowski, Molly Nowels, John Oghalai,
Heather Bortfeld

58

Effects of ADHD and Aggression on Punishment of
Excluders After Social Exclusion
Ili Ma, Anouk Scheres, Antonius Cillessen

73

Effects of a Domain-Specific and Domain-General
Training on Math Ability in Elementary School
Children
Jörg-Tobias Kuhn, Christian Dobel, Heinz Holling

59

Cognitive and emotional underpinnings of moral
decision-making in adolescence
Vincent Labelle-Chiasson, Evelyn Vera-Estay,
Julian Dooley, Miriam Beauchamp

74

An Intervention for Disruptive Behavior in
Childhood Reduces Adolescent Substance Use in
Boys
Natalie Castellanos Ryan, Jean Séguin, Frank
Vitaro, Sophie Parent, Richard Tremblay

75

Intervention Effects on School Bonding and
Substance Use Reduce Mexican American Health
Disparities
Jessie Wong

76

The Interactive Effect of Paternal Problem Drinking
and Maternal Problem Drinking on Adolescent
Internalizing Problems
Christine Ohannessian

77

Latent Class Analysis of Adolescent Substance
Use: Correlates with Ethnicity, Individual, Peer,
Family, and School Factors
Jinni Su, Andrew Supple

60

The development of general anthropomorphism
Gabriel Lopez-Mobilia, Jacqueline Woolley

61

Young Children's Concepts of Virtual Entities and
Artifacts
Naomi Aguiar, Marjorie Taylor

62

Developmental Progression of Loneliness in
Children with ASD Participating in a School-Based
Social Skills Intervention
Karen Burner, Michelle Dean, Rachel Montague,
Bryan King, Connie Kasari, Felice Orlich

63

Coping Styles in a Group of Diverse Families with
a Young Child with Autism
Nurit Sheinberg

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Examining the relationship between positive and
negative affect and associations with the mean
and the variability in basal cortisol levels across
time
Melissa George

88

Predicting Whether Disinhibited Social Approach
Behavior Will Continue or Desist in PostInstitutionalized Children
Jamie Lawler, Sarah Stellern, Jenalee Doom, Bao
Moua, Megan Gunnar

79

Coping with Violence Exposure: A ContextualNarrative Approach
Elizabeth Sloan-Power, Colleen McGuirl, Ashley
Schappell, Erika Niwa, Meagan Docherty, Paul
Boxer

89

Predictors of Mental State Language in PostInstitutionalized Three-Year-Olds
Grai Bluez, Caroline Kelley, Amanda Tarullo,
Melissa Garvin, Adriana Herrera, Megan Gunnar

90
80

Earthquake Shocks: Estimating the Effects of the
2010 Chilean Earthquake on Preschool Children's
Cognitive Outcomes and Executive Function
Celia Gomez, Hirokazu Yoshikawa

Post-adoption adjustment following a socialemotional intervention within an orphanage
institution.
Megan Julian, Johana Rosas, Robert McCall

91
81

The Contributions of Parenting Style and
Attachment Security to Cognitive Vulnerability to
Depression in Early Childhood
Jaclyn Ludmer, Tara Morley, Greg Moran

Anxiety, Excessive Reassurance Seeking and CoRumination: Gender Differences in the Prediction
of Depressed Affect in Early Adolescence
Marie-Eve Dubois, William Bukowski, Melissa
Simard

82

Effects of Mental and Physical Health of Mothers
on Children from Age 4 to 6: Does Maltreatment
Matter?
Margaret Keiley, Shauna Staranko

92

The Role of Positive versus Negative SelfSchemas in Adolescent Depression
Margaret Lumley, David Dozois, Lindsey Keyfitz

93
83

The Cycle of Maltreatment: The relations between
parent maltreatment, child maltreatment, and child
maladjustment
Diana Riser, Gregory Longo, Jungmeen KimSpoon

The longitudinal course of depression from
adolescence to young adulthood: Examination of
patterns and parental risk factors
Tea Agerup

94

Effect of Grade Retention on Parental Educational
Expectations and Child Academic Outcomes
Jan Hughes, Myung Hee Im, Oiman Kwok

95

Effect of Retention in Elementary Grades on
Transition to Middle School
Myung Hee Im, Jan Hughes, Oiman Kwok, Carissa
Cerda, Stevie Puckett

96

Protective Factors Associated With Higher Grades
in Adolescence
Katelyn Black, Meagan Ramsey, Amy Gentzler

97

Gender, Ethnicity, and Teachers' Expectations:
Effects on Students' Educational Outcomes
Feliz Quinones, Sandra Graham

98

Preschooler's Central Executive Capacity Predicts
Ability to Solve Arithmetic Problems
Donna Drohan-Jennings, Joanne Lee

99

Children's Understanding of the
Addition/Subtraction Complement Principle
Greet Peters, Joke Torbeyns, Bert Smedt, Pol
Ghesquière, Lieven Verschaffel

84

85

86

87

The Language Brokering Paradox: Revealing
Links to Poor Mental Health Outcomes
Vanessa Raschke, Rebecca Silton, Valerie Flores,
E. David
Maternal Depression, Implicit Theories about
Children's Traits, and Child Internalizing
Symptoms: An New Perspective on the
Development of Internalizing Symptoms
Tara Hofkens, Elizabeth Moore, Jill Cyranowski,
Holly Swartz
A dual process latent curve model of depressive
symptoms for early adolescents: Links to changes
in interparental conflict
Jeffrey Cookston, Kaitlyn Fladeboe, William
Fabricius, Sanford Braver, Delia Saenz, Ross
Parke
Trajectories of relational school engagement over
time: The moderating roles of anxiety and
depression.
Lauren Rogers-Sirin, Patrice Ryce, Selcuk Sirin,
Kara Duca

258

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Mathematical Word Problem Solving and the Role
of External Representations. An Analysis of
Students' eye Movements
Tinne Dewolf, WIm Van Dooren, Frouke Hermens,
Lieven Verschaffel

101

Primary Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge and
Student Achievement Gains: A Longitudinal Study
Traci Kutaka, Heidi Fleharty, Wendy Smith,
Jennifer Green, Carolyn Edwards

102

Impact of Developmental & Family Engagement
Professional Development on Early Care Providers
and Families in Head Start Programs
Mallary Swartz, Elisa Vele-Tabaddor, Jessica
Bartlett, Adam VonEnde, Catherine Ayoub

103

104

105

106

Exploring patterns of childcare for Australian
children
Chrystal Whiteford, Sue Walker, Donna
Berthelsen, Jan Nicholson, Linda Harrison
Understanding Home-Based Care as a Culturally
Organized Ecological Niche: Cultural Models and
the Organization of Daily Routines
Holli Tonyan
Monthly DVD Classroom Newsletters: Young
Children's Experiences With a Technology-Based
Parent Involvement Tool
Bridget Walsh, Melissa Burnham, Heidi Cromer
Assessing the Feasibility and Effectiveness of a
Video-Game Based Cellphone Safety Educational
Curriculum: Cyberhero Mobile
David Bickham, Yulin Hswen

107

Pre-Service Teachers' Self Reported DAP Beliefs
in Relations to The Quality of their Early Childhood
Classroom Practices
Nina Lee, Yafen Lo, Allison Fuligni

108

Job-related Affective Well-being, Occupational
Self-efficacy and Burnout among Child Care
Workers
Clarissa Freitas, Jenny Ortiz Muñoz, Carlos Nieto,
Silvia Koller

109

110

Relationships between Burnout, Job Demands and
Resources among Social Workers who Treat
Children Sexual Abuse Victims
Clarissa Freitas, Bruno Damásio, Luísa
Habigzang, Silvia Koller
The Role of Parents in Adolescents Experiences in
Victimization
Maximillian Shear

259

112

The Specific Effects of Home Learning
Environment on Chinese Children's Early
Academic and Social Skills
Yanfang Li, Yanwei Li, Lisha Liu, Ying Lv

113

Being Good at Math and Showing it: Relations
Among Peer Academic Reputation, Gender, &
Success in High-Achieving Middle-Schoolers
Leigh Mingle, Michelle Perry, Meg Schleppenbach

114

Do high fives motivate? The effects of ambiguous
verbal or gestural praise on motivation
Bradley Morris, Shannon Zentall

115

Motivation through the ages: How teachers
motivate their students
Brittany Wing, Isabelle Cherney

116

A Cultural Values Model of Achievement
Motivation for Asian American Students
Christopher Reeves, Anna Blanken, Megan
Holman, Mina Han, Patricia Smiley, Lillian Chang

117

Child Behavior Problems, Teacher Stress, and
Teacher Executive Function: Complex
Relationships With Changes in Classroom Quality
Allison Friedman-Krauss, Maia Connors, Juliana
Neuspiel, C. Cybele Raver, John Kinsel

118

Confirming Early Learning Skills in 36-month-old
Children: Readiness for Group-Based Learning
Samantha Goodrich, Hannah Mudrick, JoAnn
Robinson

119

Child Behavioral Consistency Across Contexts
John Loughlin-Presnal, Liliana Lengua

120

From Measure to Construct: Making Better Use of
the ECERS-R and Arnett CIS in the Head Start
Impact Study
Maia Connors, Allison Friedman-Krauss, Monica
Yudron, Dana McCoy, Pamela Morris

121

Preschool trajectories of cognitive and emotional
development as predictors of a successful school
transition
Jennifer Weaver, Marion O'Brien, Esther Leerkes,
Stuart Marcovitch

122

Early Interventions and Children's Behavior
Problems: New Evidence from a Randomized
Controlled Trial
Fuhua Zhai, C. Cybele Raver, Stephanie Jones

123

Authoritative and Permissive Parenting Styles:
Relations to Head Start Children's Verbal Abilities
and Aggression
Kristal Sommer Richard, Laura Hubbs-Tait, Ashley
Blakely Kimble

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Evaluating Elaborative vs. Emotionally-Supportive
Mother-Child Reminiscing in Relation to Child
Adjustment
Christina McDonnell, Kristin Valentino, Michelle
Comas, Amy Nuttall, Suzanne Fanuele, Taylor
Thomas

138

A Longitudinal Examination of Predictors of
Parents' Attitudes Toward Spanking
Jack Peltz, Ronald Rogge, Melissa Sturge-Apple,
Sheree Toth

Mother-Child Reminiscing Predicts Children's SelfConcept
Michelle Comas, Kristin Valentino, Christina
McDonnell, Suzanne Fanuele, Brianna Piper, Amy
Nuttall

139

A Meta-Analytic Review of Relationship-Based
Interventions for High-Risk Families: Changing
Positive Parent-Child Interactions
Jennifer Mortensen, Ann Mastergeorge

Hug Them While They're Young: the Moderating
Effect of Maternal Warmth on Early Intrusiveness
and Preadolescent Oppositionality
Anahita Kalianivala, Susan Keane

140

Paternal Behaviors as a Moderator of the
Relationship between Maternal Drinking and Child
Sleep Quality
Eric Haak, Peggy Keller, Lauren Gilbert, Shuang
Bi, Jesse Coe, Baylie Brown, Mona El-Sheikh

Does Parental Warmth/Sensitivity Interact with
Changes in Parenting Behaviors to Predict Head
Start Children's Outcomes?
Keely Cline, Lixin Ren, Chaorong Wu, Mariel
Sparr, Lisa Knoche

141

False-Belief understanding in children: The role of
maternal Affective Disorders, Attachment Status,
and Emotional Availability.
Maria Licata, Anna-Lena Zietlow, Birgit Traeuble,
Claudia Thoermer, Beate Sodian, Corinna Reck

124

Developing Parenting Self-Efficacy Scales for
Parents of Young Children
Sawako Suzuki, Susan Holloway, Ayumi Nagase,
Soojung Kim

126

Detached parenting: How failing to respond is
associated with increases in proactive aggression
from age 2 to age 4
Moira Riley

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130

Do Mothers' Protective Beliefs Predict Their
Parenting Practices With Fearful Toddlers?
Sunghye Cho, Kristin Buss

131

The Effect of Parenting-Related Financial Stress
on Mothers' Depressive Symptoms: The Buffering
Role of Social Support
Irene Sze, Florrie Ng, Grace Cheng

142

Genetics of Parenting: The Power of the Dark Side
Bonamy Oliver, Robert Plomin

143

The Effects of Parental Psychological Control and
Autonomy Support in Hong Kong:The Mediating
Role of Performance-Based Self-Worth
Irene Sze, Florrie Ng, Charles Chin Pang Wong,
Grace Cheng

Parents and Adolescents About Parenting:
Evaluating Conceptual Structure, Construct
Validity and Criterion Validity
Annelies Janssens, Hilde Colpin, Luc Goossens,
Karine Verschueren, Karla Van Leeuwen

144

The Interplay Between Observed Maternal
Perspective-Taking and Clear Expectations: Links
with Youth Socio-Emotional Difficulties
Efrat Sher-Censor, Avi Assor, David Oppenheim

145

Mothers‘ Regulation Strategies in Response to
Children‘s Disappointment in Ethnically Diverse
Groups
Ronit Kahana-Kalman, Magdalena Podgorny,
Carmen Jimenez-Robbins, Emerald Shee,
Catherine Tamis-LeMonda

146

Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Relationships
between Parenting Styles, Academic Achievement
and Self-Esteem
Hamide Gozu, Shuyi Guan, Ji Eun Lee, Xian Li,
Yuriko Sasaki, Joan Newman

132

133

Parenting Functions Facilitated by Information and
Technology Use
Susan Walker, Jessica Connell

134

The Influence of Adverse Rural Environment on
African American Adolescents' HIV-Related
Behavior: The Protective Role of Family Support
Junhan Cho, Steven Kogan, Kimberly Allen,
Sunbok Lee

135

Attitudes towards Decision Authority among
Chinese Adolescents and Parents
Yudan Wang, Richard Faldowski

136

The Relations Among Cumulative Risk, Emotion
Reappraisal, and Parenting Behaviors During
Early Childhood
Benjamin Goodlett, Christopher Trentacosta,
Travis Goldwire, Laura Northerner

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148

A Parent-Derived Observational Measure of
Parenting Competence: A focus on Low Income,
Urban Residing, African American Parents
Jacqueline Mattis, Linnie Wright, Christine
McWayne, Shira Concool, Alexandrea Golden,
Elise Harris, Kristin Jones, Kellie Knight
Sensitivity Beliefs of Mothers and Professionals
Across Cultures
H. Melis Yavuz, Hatice Ekmekci, Rosanneke
Emmen, Judi Mesman, Bilge Yagmurlu, Marinus
van IJzendoorn

149

Bi-directional Relations Between Sleep and
Happiness
Lori Elmore-Staton, Erika Bagley, Brian Marks,
Mona El-Sheikh

150

Effects of Isolated and Persistent Child Insomnia
on Behavior Problems, Mental Health and
Functioning in Childhood and Adolescence
Jeffrey Armstrong, Paula Ruttle, Marjorie Klein,
Ruth Benca, Marilyn Essex

151

152

The Right Amount of Sleep: Obesity, Television
Exposure, and Associated Characteristics in
Preschool Children
Blake Jones, Barbara Fiese, Marian Fitzgibbon,
Angela Odoms-Young
An Integrative Approach to Studying Positive
Psychological and Physical Health from
Adolescence into Adulthood
Lizbeth Benson, Margaret Kern, Elizabeth
Steinberg, Laurence Steinberg

153

We Invariably Find What We are Looking For:
Exploring the Use of Well-Being Measurements
with System-Involved Children and Adolescents
Elizabeth Anthony

154

Religiosity and Well-being Across the Transition to
Young Adulthood
Melissa Chan, Kim Tsai, Andrew Fuligni

155

Using the path of early MLU growth to predict later
syntactic development
Matthew Carlson, Ozlem Ece Demir, Susan
Goldin-Meadow, Susan Levine

156

Can a microwave heat up the coffee? Exploring
agents in causal events
Junko Kanero, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta
Golinkoff

157

Nonadjacent vs. Adjacent Dependencies: Infants
Use Both for Category Generalization
Michelle Sandoval, Rebecca Gomez

261

158

Repeat After Me: Echoing Speech Boosts
Learning of Grammatical Constructions
Rose Maier, Dare Baldwin

159

The Development of Receptive and Productive
Skills in 2-year-olds
Lisa Gershkoff-Stowe

160

Acceptance of Lexical Overlap in Early WordLearning: A Developmental Analysis of the Mutual
Exclusivity Assumption
Marina Kalashnikova, Karen Mattock

161

Japanese children's learning of homophones with
different accentual patterns
Hisako Yamamoto, Etsuko Haryu

162

Resolving Asymmetric Findings on Asymmetries in
Infant Speech Perception
Jie Ren, James Morgan

163

The development of toddlers' ability to contend
with regional accents
Dena Krieger, Marieke van Heugten, Elizabeth
Johnson

164

Children's Perception of Foreign-Accented
Speech: Linking Perceptual Constancy and
Phonological Awareness
Tessa Bent

165

The Unique Correlates of Chinese Children's Word
Reading and Writing Development: The Role of
Copying Skills
Ying Wang, Catherine McBride

166

Word Learning and Selective Attention:
Interactions Over Time in a Computational Model
Savannah Schilling, Clare Sims, Eliana Colunga

167

Syntactic Bootstrapping in Korean: typically
developing children and children with Autism
Jinhee Park, Sook Whan Cho, Soon Jeong Lee,
Min Nam, Letitia Naigles

168

Children's Comprehension of Spatial Terms
Rosalie Odean, Catherine Bradley, Sheila KroghJespersen, Shannon Pruden

169

Community Violence Exposure and Aggressive
Behavior: A Meta-Analysis
Kristopher Stevens, Penelope Trickett

170

Stability of Peer Victimization in Longitudinal
Research: A Meta-analysis
J. Loes Pouwels, Pierre Souren, Antonius
Cillessen

182

Racial Identity, Perpetrator Race, Racial
Composition of Primary Community and Mood
Responses to Discrimination
Julian Rucker, Enrique Neblett, Nkemka Anyiwo

183

Mexican American Youth's Workplace
Discrimination and Psychosocial and Physical
Health
Lorey Wheeler, Kimberly Updegraff, Adriana
Umana-Taylor, Ann Crouter

184

Effect of Person Construal on Children's Implicit
Racial Attitudes
Corey Lipman, Jennifer Steele, Amanda Williams

185

Resource Allocation as a Function of Relationship
to Recipient in Young Children
Jennifer Vonk, Stephanie Jett, Theodore Tomeny,
Sara Soyars, Julie Cwikla

Gender Differences in African American Youths'
Math and Science Self-Concepts Across School
Transitions
Dana Wood, Elizabeth Adams, Kristine Copping,
Adam Hoffman, Beth Kurtz-Costes, Katherine
Perkins, Olivenne Skinner, Stephanie Rowley

186

The Ontogeny of Prosocial Behavior across
Diverse Societies
Bailey House, Joan Silk, Joseph Heinrich, H. Clark
Barrett, Brooke Scelza, Adam Boyette, Barry
Hewlett, Stephen Laurence

Linking African American Parent and Child
Educational Experiences With Decision Making
and Private School Selection
Sherrell Hicklen, Jeoung-Min Lee, Meenal Rana,
Deborah Johnson, Shondra Marshall

187

Detecting Normality in Faces of Various Ages: A
Bias for Young Adult Faces?
Lindsey Short, Anne Hackland, Catherine
Mondloch

Racial Identity and its Influence on School
Attitudes in African American Youth
Adrienne Herron, Jessica Barnes-Najor, Jason
Almerigi, Deborah Johnson

188

Can the growth of spatial memory capacity explain
the age-related role of relational information in face
and person recognition?
Katja Seitz-Stein, Laura Schmidt

Associations between Childhood Poverty, Family
Environments and Neural Activity for Parenting
Pilyoung Kim, S. Ho, Gary Evans, Israel Liberzon,
James Swain

189

Vision for Action: Longitudinal Development of the
Posting Task in Toddlers
Sandra Street, Karin James, Nick Fears, Susan
Jones, Linda Smith

Adaptation of the Inventory of Dimensions of
Emerging Adulthood in a Brazilian sample (word
count = 475)
Luciana Thome, Silvia Koller

190

Using Relative Motion to Perceive Object Shape:
An Assessment of the Effectiveness of the
Boundary Flow Cue in Preschoolers
Lauren Haas, Jordan Mathison, Sherryse Corrow,
Albert Yonas

The Effect of Relative Income on Academic
Achievement and Health
N. Sorhagen, Tabitha Wurster

191

The Developmental Relationship Between RacialEthnic Self-Schemas and Memory for Racial
Stereotypes
Antoinette Wilson, Catherine Cooper

The Joint Development of Hemispheric
Specialization for Words and Faces
Eva Dundas, David Plaut, Marlene Behrmann

192

Parent-Adolescent Sexual Communication, and
Sexual Behavior Among Latino/a Youth: The Role
of Gender and Generational Status
Arielle Deutsch, Lisa Crockett

171

The Effects of Interdependence and Work Effort on
Children's Generosity Towards Co-working Peers
Marie Schaefer, Daniel Haun, Michael Tomasello

172

Prosocial Development From Infancy to the
Preschool Age: Evidence From a Longitudinal
Study
Markus Paulus, Maria Licata, Susanne Kristen,
Claudia Thoermer, Amanda Woodward, Beate
Sodian

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181

"If You Keep screaming, I'll Take Them all!"
Parental and Sibling Influences on Siblings'
Sharing
Sheila Van Berkel, Marleen Groeneveld, Joyce
Endendijk, Elizabeth Hallers-Haalboom, Liselotte
Van der Pol, Judi Mesman, Marian BakermansKranenburg

The Role of Perceived Control in the Association
between Discrimination and Self-Worth for African
American Adolescents'
Farzana Saleem, Sharon Lambert, Nicholas
Ialongo

262

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Parents as moderators of peer influence on
adolescent sexuality: Longitudinal findings from
The Netherlands
Daphne van de Bongardt, Ellen Reitz, Maja
Dekovic

204

A Longitudinal Path Analysis of Relational
Victimization, Threat Appraisals, and Symptoms of
Anxiety among Urban African American
Adolescents
Katherine Taylor, Terri Sullivan, Wendy Kliewer

194

Religious Affiliation and Attendance to Service as
Predictors for Sexual Values and Behavior in
Mexican Adolescents
Anna Nunn, Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez

205

The Enduring Impact of Childhood Trauma on ExOffenders' Mental Health
Ashley Schappell, Meagan Docherty, Paul Boxer

206
195

Longitudinal Associations Between Magazine
Reading and Safer Sex in First-Year College
Students
Jennifer Walsh, L. Monique Ward

Adolescents' Self-Efficacy to Respond to Cyber
Bullying: Implications for Anxiety and Depression
Sally Fitzpatrick, Kay Bussey

207

The Health and Psychological Outcomes of
Bullies, Their Victims, and Uninvolved Peers
Allyson Arana, Maria Guarneri-White, Priya Iyer,
Lauri Jensen-Campbell

208

Using Belief in a Just World to Predict Bullying in
an Adolescent School Sample
Schell Hufstetler

209

Victimization and Violent Behavior among High
School Youth: Differential Associations by Sexual
Orientation and Obesity
Jeffrey Duong, Catherine Bradshaw

210

Parenting in Cyberspace: What Parents Know and
What They Don't
Daniel Erickson, Noel Card, Sheri Bauman

211

Pass the Power: The Co-Evolution of Resource
Control and Adolescent Friendship Networks
Kathryn Stump

212

Specificity in Links between Peer Relationship
Difficulties and Preadolescent Adjustment
Problems: Variations across Informants and Ethnic
Groups
Shu Su, Gregory Pettit, Stephen Erath

213

The Influence of Peer Relationships on
Psychological Well-Being during the Transition to
High School
Ravreet Cheema, Eunice Rhee, Ariana Ayvar,
Andrew Samonte, Janet Oh

214

Peers, Play, and Power: A Qualitative Analysis of
the Reasons Behind Young Children's Peer
Exclusion
Suzanne Fanger

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199

200

Empathic Interactions Between Parents and
Children in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: an Exploratory
Study
Rafael Carvalho, Maria Lucia Seidl-de-Moura,
Jessica Grady, Paul Hastings
The Impact of Parental Cognitive Stimulation and
Prosocial Peer Interactions on Adolescent RiskTaking Behavior
Simone Lawrence, Kathryn Monahan
Prosocial Behavior in Early Childhood:
Contributions of the Marital, Coparenting, and
Sibling Relationships
Meghan Scrimgeour, Katelyn Danchak, Alysia
Blandon
Contextual and Social Correlates of Prosocial
Behaviors in Ethnically and Racially Diverse
Middle Schools
Asha Spivak, Samantha White, Jaana Juvonen,
Sandra Graham
Network Evolution of Portuguese Preschool
Children Peer Groups
João Daniel, António Santos, Inês Peceguina,
Brian Vaughn

201

A Dynamic Systems Approach to Friendships
Interactions and the Development of Risk
Behaviors During Adolescence
Nils Schuhmacher, Paul Van Geert, Laura Ballato

202

Multimethod Assessment of Adolescent Text
Messaging Behavior: Concordance Among
Subjective and Objective Measures
Karla Murdock, Sarha Gorman, Melissa Derby

203

Positive Peer Interactions as Potential Protective
Factors for Victimization Effects: Predicting School
Adjustment Trajectories at the Transition to Middle
School
Eric Buhs, Emily Griese, Meredith Hope, Irina
Kalutskaya

263

Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-049) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-047) Paper Session
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-049. Born this Way? The Impact of
Environment on the Conference of Risk for
Maladjustment

3-047. Memory: Context and Predictors

Chair: Paula L. Ruttle

Chair: Catherine A. Haden
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Increasing White Matter Coherence Between MTL
and PFC Supports Improving Mnemonic Control in
Children
Carter Wendelken, Joshua Lee, Jacqueline Pospisil,
Marcos Sastre, Julia Ross, Silvia Bunge, Simona
Ghetti
The Good, the Bad, and the Neutral: The Influence of
Emotional Valence on Children's Event Memory
Penny Van Bergen, Jacqueline Wall, Karen Salmon



The Effects of Story Context on Children's
Susceptibility to False Memories
Megan Feeney, Brett Hayes



Cognitive Predictors of Children's Episodic Recall
J. Zoe Klemfuss



Parenting Moderates the Link between Fearfulness
and an Early ERP Marker of Anxiety Risk
Rebecca Brooker, Kristin Buss



Moderating influence of DAT1 and sex on the
association between diurnal cortisol and
externalizing in middle childhood
Sierra Clifford, Gregory Swann, Kathryn LemeryChalfant, H. Goldsmith



Development of Ego-Resiliency: Relations to
Observed Parenting and Polymorphisms in the
Serotonin Transporter Gene During Early Childhood
Zoe Taylor, Michael Sulik, Nancy Eisenberg, Tracy
Spinrad, Kassondra Silva, Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant,
Daryn Stover, Brian Verrelli



Genetic Influences on Children's Anger and Peer
Relations: Mediation and Moderation by Parental
Involvement and Overreactivity
Kimberly Rhoades, Leslie Leve, Misaki Natsuaki,
Gordon Harold, Jenae Neiderhiser, Daniel Shaw,
David Reiss

(Event 3-048) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-048. Emotion Socialization in the Context
of Risk and Psychopathology

(Event 3-050) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Lynn F. Katz


Maternal Emotion Socialization in Children with an
Incarcerated Mother
Janice Zeman, Danielle Dallaire, Jennifer Poon,
Johanna Folk, Caroline Cumings



Intimate Partner Violence, Parental Emotion
Socialization and Children's Traumatic Stress
Lynn Katz, Nicole Stettler



Parental Emotion Coaching and Child Emotion
Regulation Influence Adaptive Outcomes for Children
with Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Julie Dunsmore, Jordan Booker, Thomas Ollendick



Socialization of Angry Affect in Families of
Depressed and Healthy Adolescents
Lisa Sheeber, Joann Wu Shortt, Lynn Katz, Nicholas
Allen, Craig Leve, Betsy Davis

3-050. Maternal and Child Cortisol Levels:
Relations to Quality of Caregiving Across
the Spectrum of Risk
Chair: Karlen Lyons-Ruth
Discussant: Douglas A. Granger

264

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Regulation of Infant Cortisol in At-Risk Families:
Relation to Maternal Disrupted Communication and
Maternal Cortisol
Bjarne Holmes, Erin Crockett, Douglas Granger,
Karlen Lyons-Ruth

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Normalizing Neglected Children's Blunted Diurnal
Cortisol Rhythms: The Effects of an Early
Intervention
Mary Dozier, Kristin Bernard, Johanna Bick, M.
Kathleen Gordon
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Maternal Variations in Morning Cortisol: Perceived
Stress and Over-reactive Parenting of Pre-school
Children
Leah Hibel, Jill Trumbell

(Event 3-053) Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-051) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-053. The Developmental Origins of
Psychological Essentialism

3-051. Effects of Maternal History of Child
Maltreatment on Maternal, Placental, and
Infant Stress Biology in the Perinatal Period

Chair: Marjorie Rhodes
Discussant: Sarah-Jane Leslie

Chair: Margaret Bublitz
Discussant: Carolina de Weerth
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Family Functioning Moderates Links Between
Childhood Sexual Abuse and Cortisol Awakening
Response Over Pregnancy
Margaret Bublitz, Laura Stroud



History of Childhood Trauma is Associated With
Increased Placental Corticotropin-Releasing
Hormone (CRH) Production Over Pregnancy
Nora Moog, Claudia Buss



Domestic Violence in the Mother's Family of Origin
Predicts Infant HPA Axis Functioning Over the First
30 Days: Moderated Effects
Stephanie Parade, Margaret Bublitz, Laura Stroud

The Inherence Heuristic as a Cognitive Precursor of
Psychological Essentialism
Andrei Cimpian



The Inter-generational Transmission of Social
Essentialism
Gili Segall, Gil Diesendruck



Generic Language Shapes the Development of
Social Essentialism
Marjorie Rhodes, Sarah-Jane Leslie, Christina
Tworek

3-054. Executive Function and Imagination:
Experimental Evidence
Chair: Stephanie M. Carlson
Discussant: Philip D. Zelazo

3-052. New Developments in Understanding
Informant Discrepancies
Chair: Alex Cogswell

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(Event 3-054) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-052) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



International Comparisons of Cross-Informant
Agreement
Leslie Rescorla

Validating Direct and Indirect Measures of
Discrepancies between Parent and Adolescent
Reports of Family Functioning
Andres De Los Reyes, Matthew Lerner, Salvador
Salas, Melissa Menzer, Sarah Thomas, Samantha
Daruwala, Katherine Goepel
When Parents and Adolescents Disagree About
Disagreeing: Observed Parent-Adolescent
Communication Predicts Informant Discrepancies
Katherine Ehrlich, Jessica Richards, Carl Lejuez,
Jude Cassidy

265

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Psychological Distancing in Pretense Improves
Executive Function
Rachel White, Stephanie Carlson



Conflict Inhibitory Control Facilitates Pretense in
Young Preschoolers
Jennifer Van Reet



Comprehension of Substitute Object Pretense: The
Role of Executive Function and Theory of Mind
Emily Hopkins, Eric Smith, Angeline Lillard

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(Event 3-055) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-055. Relations Between Symbolic and
Non-Symbolic Number Knowledge and
Mathematics Achievement

(Event 3-057) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Clarissa A. Thompson
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Relations of Symbolic and Non-Symbolic Fraction
and Whole Number Magnitude Representations to
Each Other and to Mathematics Achievement
Lisa Fazio, Drew Bailey, Clarissa Thompson, Robert
Siegler

3-057. Novel approaches to the study of
ethnic identity development
Chair: Christia Spears Brown

Why Symbols Count: The Relationships Between
Individual Differences in 1st to 6th Graders'
Arithmetic Competencies and Their Symbolic and
Non-Symbolic Numerical Magnitude
Daniel Ansari, Gavin Price, Anniek Vaessen, Leo
Blomert
The Relationship Between Informal and Formal
School Math Ability and Children's Basic Numerical
Approximation Skills
Melissa Libertus, Lisa Feigenson, Justin Halberda
Understanding the Relationship Between the
Approximate Number System and Mathematics
Achievement: Does Inhibition Play a Role?
Camilla Gilmore, Nina Attridge, Matthew Inglis

(Event 3-056) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Toddler Tall Tales: Two-year-olds' Lie-telling
Behavior and its Predictors
Victoria Talwar, Shanna Williams, Karrisa Leduc,
Angela Crossman
Non-verbal Indicia of Young Children's False
Statements
Elizabeth Ahern, Thomas Lyon, Jodi Quas

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The Face of a Concealer
Angela Evans, Thomas Lyon, Marian Bartlett, Kang
Lee

Ethnic Labels as Meaningful Markers of Ethnic
Identity
Lisa Kiang, Celenia Lonsinger, Krista Perreira,
Andrew Fuligni



Not excluded from analyses: Ethnic meaning among
multi-ethnic and mono-ethnic children
Cari Gillen-O'Neel, Rashmita Mistry, Christia Spears
Brown, Victoria Rodriguez



Mixed-methods approaches to understanding
multiethnic identities among bicultural and secondgeneration immigrant adolescents
Amy Marks, Katherine Bedard, Christina Perkins,
Cynthia Brown, Cynthia Garcia Coll



Racial Identity Development: Constructing meaning
and narratives from lived experiences
Stephen Quintana

3-058. Normal Development of Social
Anxiety and Physiological Responses to
Social Stressors in Adolescence

Chair: Elizabeth C. Ahern

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(Event 3-058) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-056. Non-verbal Indicia of Lying in
Children

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Lying and Associated Non-verbal Behaviors in
Children with Congenital Blindness
Kang Lee, Chao Hu, Qiandong Wang, Weifang
Zhang, Marian Bartlett, Genyue Fu

Chair: P. M. Westenberg
Discussant: Elizabeth Shirtcliff


Social Anxiety Symptoms in Adolescents From the
General Population: Normal Development and the
Influence of Pubertal Status
Stefanie Nelemans, William Hale, Susan Branje,
Wim Meeus
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Adolescent Development of Physiological
Responses to Social Evaluation: Effects of Puberty
and Cognitive Development on Cortisol and AlphaAmylase
Esther van den Bos, Mark de Rooij, Anne Miers,
Sindy Sumter, P. Westenberg

(Event 3-060) Paper Session
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-060. Early Literacy Development
Chair: Frederick J. Morrison

Adolescent Social Stress and Social Anxiety: What
Are They Anxious About?
Tom Hollenstein, Dianna Lanteigne, Jessica
Lougheed

(Event 3-059) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-059. Improvements in Identification and
Classification of Individuals With Reading
and Writing Disabilities



Effective Instruction from Multiple Perspectives:
Comparing Approaches to Observing the Elementary
Classroom and Links to Students' Literacy
Achievement
Stephanie Guthrie, Jennie Grammer, Frederick
Morrison



The Influence of Perceived Difficulty on Motivation
and Fluency: The Moderating Roles of Actual and
Perceived Reading Ability
Sara Fulmer



Meaning Making in Early Oral Reading
Paul Leger, Ann Cameron

Chair: Brett Miller


Longitudinal Stability of Phonological and Surface
Subtypes of Developmental Dyslexia
Robin Peterson, Bruce Pennington, Richard Olson,
Sally Wadsworth

(Event 3-061) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Predictors of Response to Intervention in at Risk
Children: Beyond IQ
Karla Stuebing, Amy Barth, Jack Fletcher

3-061. Causal Inference in Developmental
Research: Harnessing Exogeneity in
Applied Social Settings



The Value of Multivariate Models of Classification
and Identification
Richard Wagner, Christopher Schatschneider,
Yaacov Petscher

Chair: Stephanie Jones



Interdisciplinary Approach to Defining, Teaching, and
Evaluating Response to Teaching for Reading and
Writing Disabilities
Virginia Berninger, Jasmine Niedo Jones, Robert
Abbott

267

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Urban Children's Selective Attention to Negative
Stimuli Following Recent Exposure to Violent Crime:
A Neighborhood Fixed Effects Analysis
Dana McCoy, Patrick Sharkey, C. Cybele Raver,
Alexandra Ursache, Juliana Neuspiel



The causal effects of peer aggression when birds of
a feather flock together: Using social network data as
an instrument of empirical identification
Andres Molano, Stephanie Jones, Joshua Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber



The Transition out of Elementary School: Causal
Impacts on Children's Anxiety and Depressive
Symptoms from a Natural Experiment
Hadas Eidelman, Stephanie Jones, Joshua Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber



Examining Contextual Effects in the Elementary
School Classroom: Using Propensity Score Matching
to Make Causal Inferences
Rebecca Madill, Scott Gest, Philip Rodkin

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(Event 3-062) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-062. Enhancing our Understanding
Regarding Which Behaviorally Inhibited
Children are At Greatest Risk for
Internalizing Psychopathology

(Event 3-064) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Erin Lewis-Morrarty
Discussant: Nathan A. Fox
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3-064. Translating Research to Practice: A
Community-Based, Parent Curriculum Talk, Touch & Listen While Combing Hair?

Dysregulated Fear and Risk for Anxiety Outcomes
Across Early Childhood
Elizabeth Kiel, Kristin Buss, Sunghye Cho, Elizabeth
Davis

Moderator: Marva L. Lewis
Panelists: LaShawnda Lindsay-Dennis, Dana
Crawford, Allisyn Swift, Lawanda Cummings

Infant Attachment Security Moderates the
Association Between Early Childhood Behavioral
Inhibition and Adolescent Social Anxiety Symptoms
Erin Lewis-Morrarty, Kathryn Degnan, Andrea
Chronis-Tuscano, Heather Henderson, Nathan Fox

(Event 3-065) Paper Session
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Patterns of Neural Connectivity Reflect
Developmental Mechanisms linking Childhood
Behavioral Inhibition to Socioemotional Functioning
in Young Adulthood
Koraly Perez-Edgar, Jillian Hardee, Yair Bar-Haim,
Nathan Fox, Daniel Pine

3-065. New Perspectives on Bullying and
Victimization
Chair: David Schwartz

(Event 3-063) Paper Symposium
Room 3B (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-063. Understanding Risk Factors and
Correlates of Teen Dating Violence:
Implications for Promoting Healthy
Romantic Relationships
Chair: Catherine P. Bradshaw
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Relation Between Bully Perpetration and Teen
Dating Violence Perpetration Across Early to Late
Adolescence
Dorothy Espelage, Lisa De La Rue, Sabina Low



Examining the Association Between Bullying and
Student Concerns About Teen Dating Violence
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson, Katrina Debnam,
Catherine Bradshaw, Elise Pas



Dating Violence: The Joint Effect of Emotional
Maltreatment and Emotion Communication Skills
Laura Bradbury, Anne Shaffer, Courtney McCullough

African American Girls' Perceptions of the Ideal
Dating Relationship: Implications for the Prevention
of Teen Dating Violence
Katrina Debnam, Donna Howard

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

Predictors of Reported Prevalence Rates for Cyber
and Tradition Aggression in Adolescence: A MetaAnalytic Investigation
Kathryn Modecki, Jeannie Minchin



Developmental Trajectories of School Bullying
predict PTSD Symptoms: A 5-year Longitudinal
Study from Finland
Thormod Idsoe, Ella Idsoe, Atle Dyregrov, Christina
Salmivalli



The Longitudinal Relation between Peer Violent
Victimization and Delinquency: Results from a
National Representative Sample of US Adolescents
Corrie Jackson, Rochelle Hanson, Ananda
Amstadter, Dean Kilpatrick, Benjamin Saunders



A Comparison of Self- and Peer-Reports of
Electronic Forms of Aggression and Victimization
Daryaneh Badaly, Mylien Duong, David Schwartz

model, influential mentor, and from her knowledge of
brain development and its alteration in psychiatric
disorders.

(Event 3-066) Invited Master Lecture
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-066. The Adolescent Brain: From Human
Imaging to Mouse Genetics

(Event 3-067) Foundations
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Speaker: Betty J Casey
Chair: Charles A. Nelson

3-067. How (Not) to Work with Private
Foundations in Child Development
Research

Abstract: Anxiety disorders (e.g., social phobia,
separation and generalized anxiety) are the most
common of the psychiatric disorders with a peak in
diagnosis during adolescence and affecting as many as
10-20% of our youth. One of the most commonly used
therapies to treat these disorders is exposure-based
cognitive behavioral therapy that relies on basic principles
of fear learning and extinction. A substantial portion of
patients improves with this therapy, but 40-50% do not.
This presentation will provide an overview of our recent
empirical studies employing both human imaging and
mouse genetics to examine how fear related processes
differ across individuals and across development,
especially during adolescence. Behavioral, genetic and
brain imaging data will be provided to offer insights for
whom may be at risk for anxiety and for whom and when,
during development, exposure based treatment may be
most effective for treating individuals with anxiety
disorders.

Chair: Simon Sommer

Biography: Dr. BJ Casey is the
Sackler Professor for
Developmental Psychobiology
and directs the Sackler Institute
and the Neuroscience Graduate
Program at Weill Cornell Medical
College. Dr. Casey is a world
leader in pediatric brain imaging
and its use in typical and atypical
development. She skillfully uses
brain imaging to uniquely
examine transitions into and out
of developmental periods such as adolescence - a period
of increased risk for psychiatric illnesses. Her leadership
in the application of neuroimaging to behavioral
development has provided crucial tools for this field that
have been widely adopted. She has exploited various
imaging methods to develop fundamental and influential
models of normal and abnormal brain development. Her
most recent work uses human imaging and mouse
genetics to identify the role of specific genes as a first
step toward individualized and biologically targeted
treatments of childhood disorders. Dr. Casey has made a
truly outstanding contribution in the area of
neurobiological research and the field will no doubt
continue to significantly benefit from her position as a role

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Two different worlds? Experiences from private and
public research funding in child and youth
development
Anne Petersen



Dos and Don'ts: Tips for applying for a Grant grant
Vivian Tseng



Six things not to do working with a private research
funder
Simon Sommer



Changing sides - experiences from grant giving and
grant seeking
Lonnie Sherrod



A newcomer's perspective on researcher-foundation
relationships that move the field and shape policy
Deborah Phillips

(Event 3-068) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-068. The Interplay of Child and Classroom
Characteristics in Predicting Social and
Academic Outcomes in Early Childhood
Chair: Kathleen M. Rudasill

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Temperament and Teacher-Child Relationship
Quality in Preschool: The Moderating Roles of
Classroom Emotional Support and Family Income
Kathleen Rudasill, Amanda Prokasky, Xiaoqing Tu,
Victoria Molfese, Kate Sirota



Child and Teacher Contributions to Transactional
Processes for Preschoolers with Problem Behavior
Abigail Vo, Lisa Abrams, Kevin Sutherland, Maureen
Conroy
(continued)

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Ready or Not: Does Greater Alignment Between
Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers' Beliefs Relate
to a Smoother School-Entry Transition?
Scott Latham, Daphna Bassok, Jennifer LocasaleCrouch



Classroom Climate, Anxious Solitary Behavior, and
Academic Adjustment: A Moderated Mediation Model
Kathleen Hughes, Robert Coplan

Unintended Consequences of Triggered Interest
Susan Nolen, Gavin Tierney, Diem Nguyen,
Gretchen Ludwig

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The Influence of Educational Context on the
Predictors of Adolescents' Social Status
Mireille Hubers, William Burk, Antonius Cillessen

Chair: Philip Cowan

Chair: K. A. Renninger

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3-071. Further Considerations of Parental
Sensitivity: The Child's Role, the Father's
Role and the Role of Intervention

3-069. Triggering Interest and Learning:
What Do We Know and What Still Needs
Clarification?

Parent Roles in Triggering Early Science Interests
Joyce Alexander, Kathy Johnson

The Effects of Classroom Peer Norms and Cohesion
on Aggression Trajectories: A Short-Term
Longitudinal Study in a Colombian Sample
Ana Velásquez, William Bukowski, Lina Saldarriaga

(Event 3-071) Paper Session
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-069) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

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

Triggering Interest and Learning: The ICAN
Intervention
K. Renninger, Melissa Emmerson, Brian King,
Kathryn Riley, Alicia Niwagaba, Jessica Bachrach



A Transactional Analysis of the Relation between
Maternal Sensitivity and Child Physiological
Functioning
Nicole Perry, Jennifer Mackler, Susan Calkins



Children's Self-Regulation and Mothers' Depressive
Symptomatology: A Longitudinal Study of Low
Income Women and Early Development
Ann Mastergeorge, Catherine Ayoub, Claire
Vallotton, Rachel Chazan Cohen



The Role of Fathers' and Mothers' Challenging
Parenting Behavior in Anxiety Development in Early
Childhood
Mirjana Majdandzic, Wieke de Vente, Cristina
Colonnesi, Susan Bögels



The Efficacy of Short-Term Video Feedback as a
Method to Improve Parental Sensitivity in Families at
Risk for Child Maltreatment
Mariska Klein Velderman, Fieke Pannebakker, Hilary
Kennedy, Ruben Fukkink, Marianne de Wolff, Sijmen
Reijneveld

Interest Triggers for Youth Re-engaging with
Schooling: Programs, Processes and Positive
Relationships
Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn

(Event 3-070) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-070. The Classroom and Educational
Context of Peer Relationships in Childhood
and Adolescence: An International
Perspective
Chair: Wendy L. Hoglund


The Classroom Context of Children's Peer
Relationship Problems
Wendy Hoglund, Naheed Hosan, Shayla Richards



Classroom-Level Effects on Rejection of Victimized
Children
Maria Serdiouk, Philip Rodkin, Scott Gest

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(Event 3-072) Paper Session
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-074) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-072. The Communicative Power of Bodily
Gesture and Facial Expression: Detection
and Use by Human and Non-Human

3-074. Predictors and Consequences of
Prenatal and Postpartum Maternal
Depression

Chair: Stephen J. Suomi

Chair: Elysia P. Davis

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
Does Face Familiarity Affect 3- and 6-month-olds'
Ability to Categorize Happy and Fearful Facial
Expressions of Emotion?
Kristina Safar, Margaret Moulson

Placental Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Predicts
Risk for Postpartum Depressive Symptoms
Laura Glynn



Attention to Facial Expressions of Emotions in
Infancy and Associations with Fear-Related Traits in
Toddlerhood
Linda Forssman, Mikko Peltola, Santeri Yrttiaho,
Jukka Leppänen

Prenatal Depression, Stress, and Anxiety and Infant
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Over the First Year of
Life
Cara Lusby, Sherryl Goodman, Matthew Rouse,
Amanda Brown, Steve Porges



Fetal Exposure to Prenatal Maternal Depression is
Associated with Child Brain Development
Elysia Davis



What Animal Models of Postpartum Depression
Reveal About Consequences to Offspring
Development
Liisa Galea, Susanne Brummelte

14-Month-Olds Use Others' Emotional Expressions
to Predict Their Behavior, As Long As It's Not
Avoidance Behavior
Roman Feiman, Fiery Cushman, Susan Carey
Visual Attention to a Communicative Gesture in
Infant Macaques: Selective Attention to the Eye
Region in Neonatal Imitators

Annika Paukner, Elizabeth Simpson, Pier
Ferrari, Stephen Suomi

(Event 3-075) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-075. Multi-Level Approaches to Dual
Language Development

(Event 3-073) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Lulu Song

3-073. Iconicity in Gesture and Sign



French-English Bilingual Infants' Discrimination of
Vowel Contrasts
Christopher Fennell, Tamara Hudon, Meghan Spring



Japanese-English Bilingual Children's Construal of
Novel Verbs
Haruka Konishi, Frances Wilson, Roberta Golinkoff,
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, Mandy Maguire



Bilingual Language Development: Why Direct
Assessment Matters
Margaret Friend, Pascal Zesiger, Gedeon Deak,
Stephanie DeAnda, Barbara Conboy, Diane PoulinDubois

Chair: Miriam Novack
Discussant: Laura L. Namy


Can Toddlers Learn New Ideas From Watching
Other People Gesture?
Miriam Novack, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Amanda
Woodward



Sensitivity to Iconicity is Not Uniform
Rachel Magid, Jennie Pyers



The Road to Language Learning is Iconic: Evidence
From British Sign Language
Robin Thomspson

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Translation Equivalents in Early Bilingual
Comprehension and Production
Annick De Houwer, Marc Bornstein, Diane Putnick

(Event 3-077) Paper Symposium
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am



Children's Vocabulary Growth in English and
Spanish across Early Development and Associations
with School Readiness Skills
Lulu Song, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Yana
Kuchirko, Rufan Luo, Julia Raufman

3-077. Relationships are Complicated!
Innovative Methodological Approaches to
Dyadic and Longitudinal Peer and Family
Relationship Data
Chair: Wonjung Oh
Discussant: Noel A. Card

(Event 3-076) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-076. From Early Childhood Parenting to
Age 10 Child Outcomes: Findings from the
Early Head Start Research and Evaluation
Project



Assessing the Influence of Romantic Partner
Participation on Same-Sex Friend Similarity Using
Multilevel Modeling
Brett Laursen, Dawn DeLay, William Bukowski,
Margaret Kerr, Håkan Stattin



Marital Relationship Change for Mothers and Fathers
after a Second Child
Brenda Volling, Tianyi Yu, Richard Gonzalez,
Wonjung Oh



Patterns of Relationship Networks with Mothers,
Fathers and Friends, and Psychosocial Functioning
among Korean Children
Wonjung Oh, Kenneth Rubin

Chair: Robert H. Bradley


Neighborhood, Home and Parental Risks: Mediated
Paths and the Protective Role of Early SelfRegulation in School-Aged Children's Externalizing
Behaviors
Holly Brophy-Herb, Claire Vallotton, Tiffany
Martoccio, Jean Ispa, Young-Eun Lee, Neda Senehi,
Rachel Chazan Cohen, Catherine Ayoub



Predictors of Variability in Trajectories of Aggressive
Behavior Problems of Early Head Start Children
using Latent Class Analysis: Age 3 to Age 10
Helen Raikes, Xiaoyu Li, Rachel Chazan Cohen

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(Event 3-078) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-078. Healthy From the Start: Obesity
Prevention among Toddlers and
Preschoolers

Mothers' and Fathers' Mental Health Matters Today
and Tomorrow: Effects on Children's SocialEmotional Development at Pre-K and Fifth Grade
Tamesha Harewood, Claire Vallotton, Holly BrophyHerb, Catherine Ayoub

Chair: Maureen M. Black
Discussant: Marlene Schwartz

Early Predictors of Long-term Obesity Development
In Impoverished Families
Leanne Whiteside-Mansell, Taren Swindle, Mark
Swanson, Robert Bradley, Wendy Ward, Lorraine
McKelvey, Nicola Burrow



Students at Risk: Early Developmental Parenting,
Focused Attention, & Later School Success
Lori Roggman, Rachel Chazan Cohen, Gina Cook,
Mark Innocenti, Vonda Jump Norman



Maternal Support for Autonomy across Ethnic
Groups and Across Time: Links to the Quality of 10year-olds' Relationships with their Mothers
Jean Ispa, Chang Su, Gustavo Carlo, Erin Harmeyer

272



The Mealtime Minutes Initiative: A Public Service
Announcement (PSA) Approach to Addressing
Common Mealtime Challenges
Barbara Fiese, Brenda Koester



Initial Impact of Revised WIC Food Packages on
Dietary Intake and Home Food Availability in AfricanAmerican and Hispanic Families
Marian Fitzgibbon, Angela Kong, Lisa TussingHumphreys, Angela Odoms-Young, Linda Schiffer



Toddler Obesity Prevention
Maureen Black, Margo Candelaria, Kristen Hurley,
Erin Hager, Laura Latta, Laura Caulfield, Yan Wang,
Raquel Arbaiza, Falguni Patel, Samantha Bento

(Event 3-079) Paper Session
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-079. Acculturation and Enculturation
Across the Globe: Examining Iindividual
and Family Processes Among Iimmigrants
and Considering Iimplications for
Adjustment



Effects of Video Feedback on Early Coercive ParentChild Interactions: The Intervening Role of
Caregivers' Relational Schemas
Justin Smith, Thomas Dishion, Daniel Shaw, Melvin
Wilson



Gender Differences in Family Check-Up Effects on
Family Functioning, Academic Performance, and
Depression: A Mediated Moderation Model
Arin Connell, Hannah McKillop, Susan Klostermann,
Elizabeth Stormshak

Chair: Linda Juang


Longitudinal Relations between Heritage and
Settlement Culture Involvement: Evidence from
Youth from Immigrant Chinese Families
Catherine Costigan, Lauren Chance, Wen Hsun
Sheena Miao, Joshephine Hua



Acculturation and Psychological Functioning Among
Immigrant Korean and Chinese Mothers
Madiha Tahseen, Nan Zhou, Charissa Cheah



Parent Acculturation Dynamics, Marital Relationship
Quality, and Child Adjustment in Two-Parent
Mexican-American Families
Rick Cruz, Marissa Corona, Kevin King, Ana Mari
Cauce, Rand Conger

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(Event 3-081) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-081. Beyond Main Effects of Early
Childcare on Child Socio-Emotional
Development: Moderation by Parenting and
Child Temperament
Chair: Martine L. Broekhuizen
Discussant: Paul Leseman

Bicultural adolescent boys in Jamaica: Exploring
remote acculturation up close and over time
Gail Ferguson, Aparna Kumar

(Event 3-080) Paper Symposium
Room 613 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-080. Mechanisms of Change in FamilyBased Interventions: Examining the Impact
of Specific Parenting Factors Across
Developmental Periods
Chair: Justin D. Smith


Transactional Cascade of Changes in Parenting
Variables: Understanding Mediators of the Long
Term Effects of Parent Training
James Snyder, Sarah Staats, Ryan Sinclair, Marion
Forgatch



The Family Check-Up and Parenting: Changes in
Observed Parenting Behaviors During Early
Childhood
Stephanie Sitnick, Hanjoe Kim, Thomas Dishion,
Daniel Shaw, Rebecca Waller, Frances Gardner,
Melvin Wilson

273



Combined Effects of Early Childcare and Parenting
on Child Problem Behavior
Martine Broekhuizen, Marcel van Aken



The Impact of Attachments on the Social and
Communicative Development of Infants Experiencing
Shared Care
Barbara Supper, Lieselotte Ahnert



Associations Between Caregiving Quality and
Problem Behavior in Early Childhood: Change Over
Time and Moderation by Temperament
Anna Johnson, Jenna Finch, Deborah Phillips

(Event 3-082) Paper Symposium
Room 615 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-084) Paper Symposium
Room 617 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-082. The Role of Moral Affect and
Cognition in Adolescents' Antisocial and
Prosocial Behavior

3-084. The Effects of Race-Related
Stressors on the Mental Health of African
American Youth and Young Adults.

Chair: Jolien Van der Graaff
Discussant: Gustavo Carlo

Chair: Meeta Banerjee
Discussant: Deborah J. Johnson



Empathy-Related Responding and Externalizing
Behavior in Adolescence; a Multi-Measure Study
Jolien Van der Graaff, Susan Branje, Minet De Wied,
Anton Van Boxtel, Wim Meeus

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Community Violence & Racial Socialization: Their
Influence on the Psychological Well-Being of African
American College Students.
Meeta Banerjee, Stephanie Rowley, Deborah
Johnson

Is Perspective Taking all That in Adolescence?
Examining the Bidirectional Associations With
Empathic Concern and two Forms of Aggression
Milena Batanova, Alexandra Loukas



Racial socialization and disruptive behavior
disorders: Protective or Vulnerability Factor?
Enrique Neblett, Eleanor Seaton, Cleopatra Caldwell



"Generic" and Racial Stress Proliferation: Effects on
Anxiety and Anger between Adolescence and Early
Adulthood
Courtney Cogburn, Stephen Peck, Oksana
Malanchuk, Jacquelynne Eccles



Adolescents' Aggressive and Prosocial Behaviors:
Links With Social Information Processing, Negative
Emotionality, Moral Affect, and Moral Cognition
Debbie Laible, Tia Murphy, Mairin Augustine

(Event 3-083) Paper Symposium
Room 616 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-085) Paper Symposium
Room 618 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-083. Towards a Multidisciplinary
Understanding of Clinical Expression in
Autism Spectrum Disorders

3-085. Housing Quality, Mobility, and Type
in Childhood: How and When does it
Matter?

Chair: Annette Estes
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Chair: Tama Leventhal

Longitudinal Investigation of Psychotropic Medication
Use and Behavior Disorders in ASD
Jeffrey Munson, Annette Estes, Lauren Elder, Brian
King, Stephen Dager, Geraldine Dawson
Investigating Contributors to Associated Psychiatric
Symptoms in Adolescents with ASD
Annette Estes, Lena Tsui, Jeffrey Munson, Bryan
King, Geraldine Dawson
Longitudinal Multi-modal Imaging Studies of Brain
Development and Outcome in ASD
Stephen Dager, Neva Corrigan, Dennis Shaw,
Annette Estes, Todd Richards, Alan Artru, Jeffrey
Munson, Geraldine Dawson
Is Autism an Oscillopathy that Alters Brain Timing?
New Perspectives from Translational Research
John Welsh, Jeffrey Oristaglio, Timothy Roberts

274



Housing Contexts during Infancy and Early
Childhood and Long-term Cognitive, Behavioral,
Emotional and Physical Health
Alicia Lynch, Rebekah Coley, Melissa Kull



When Moving May Matter: The Role of Time and
Context in Residential Mobility Among Children
Sara Anderson, Tama Leventhal



Long-run Impact of Childhood Housing Instability on
Adult Achievement
Kathleen Ziol-Guest, Ariel Kalil



The Home and the ‘Hood: Associations Between
Housing and Contexts and Adolescent Functioning
Maggie Elliott, Tama Leventhal, Elizabeth Shuey,
Alicia Lynch, Rebekah Coley

(Event 3-086) Paper Symposium
Room 619 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

(Event 3-088) Paper Symposium
Willow A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-086. Bridging the Gap Between Number
Representation and Language Learning

3-088. Digital Communication and Drama:
Development, Identity, and Relationships in
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

Chair: Natsuki Atagi
Discussant: Barbara Sarnecka


Who has more blocks?: A study on set
representations in young children using a numerical
comparison task
Pierina Cheung, Mathieu Le Corre



Cultural Influences on Attention to Number
Lisa Cantrell, Megumi Kuwabara, Linda Smith



Learning Numbers and Number Words: The Role of
Parent Input in Number Learning and Japanese
Numeral Classifier Acquisition
Natsuki Atagi, Catherine Sandhofer

Chair: Marion K. Underwood

(Event 3-087) Paper Session
Room 620 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

3-087. Dyadic Friendships in Childhood and
Adolescence: Influences on the
Development of Friendships and
Friendships as a Predictor of Later
Adjustment

Cross-Race Friendships at the Transition to Middle
School: The Role of Classroom Composition and
Teacher Support
Elise Cappella, Meghan McCormick, Diane Hughes



The Protective Powers of Friendship: Presence
versus Quantity of Friends in Predicting Loneliness
and Depression Trajectories
Madelynn Shell, Heidi Gazelle

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"Crazy Night Last Night": Publicity, Visibility, and
Attention in Online Drama
Alice Marwick, Danah Boyd



Tweeting, Texting, and Facebook Postings: Stirring
the Pot with Social Media to Make Drama - A Case
Study
Kathleen Allen



Frequency and Content of Adolescents' Text
Messaging as Predictors of Growth in Borderline
Personality Features
Marion Underwood, Samuel Ehrenreich, David More,
Dawn Brinkley



How I Feel and who I am Online: The Relation
Between Emerging Adults' Daily Self Esteem and
Online Self Presentation on Facebook
Kaveri Subrahmanyam, Minas Michikyan, Tyler
Hatchel

(Event 3-089) Paper Symposium
Willow B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 10:20 am - 11:50 am

Chair: Heidi Gazelle
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3-089. Dyadic and Group Processes
involved in Externalizing Behaviors in
Adolescence: Links with Social Dominance
and Prominence
Chair: Leanna M. Closson
Discussant: Ernest V. Hodges

Growth Trajectories of Friendship Quality and
Children's Social and Academic Functioning from
Third to Sixth Grades
Laura Scharphorn, Heather Bachman
Links Between Friendship Quality and Early Physical
Aggression: Testing Causality Through a Dyadic
Peer Intervention
Marie-Claude Salvas, Frank Vitaro

275



Overt and Relational Aggression toward the In-group
and Out-group among Early Adolescents
Leanna Closson, Shelley Hymel



The Impact of Clique Hierarchization on Peer
Influence Processes in Adolescent Delinquency
Kim Pattiselanno, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christian
Steglich, Aart Franken, Wilma Vollebergh, René
Veenstra

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Being in the Know: Early Adolescents' Nominations
of Who Bullies Whom
Naomi Andrews, Laura Hanish, Carlos Santos, Olga
Kornienko, Philip Rodkin, Kristen Granger

Saturday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

11

(Event 3-090) Poster Session 14
Exhibit Hall 4EF (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 12:40 pm

Children's Neural and Behavioral Processing of
Interparental Conflict Cues as a Function of
Temperament-related Fearfulness
Alice Schermerhorn, John Bates, Dennis Molfese,
Aina Puce, Seth Pollak, Douglas Granger

12

Early Life Stress, HPA-axis Function, and
Developmental Pathways to Amygdala-Prefrontal
Resting-State Functional Connectivity and
Internalizing Symptoms in Adolescence
Cory Burghy, Paula Ruttle, Diane Stodola, Erin
Molloy, Jeffrey Armstrong, Jonathan Oler, Michelle
Fox, Andrea Hayes, Ned Kalin, Marilyn Essex,
Richard Davidson

1

Maximizing the Educational Benefits of Parentchild Number Board Game Playing to
Kindergarteners: The Importance of Parent
Training
Sum Kwing Cheung

2

Understanding our Earliest Memories: Adults'
Perceived Family Emotional Expressiveness
Predicts Age of Encoding
Tiffany Grovenstein, Lynne Baker-Ward

13

An fMRI Investigation of the Effects of Prenatal
Drug Exposure on Emotional Processing and
Memory Performance
Vanessa Williams, Betty Jo Salmeron, Thomas
Ross, Maureen Black, Tracy Riggins

Development of the Frontal Lobe and its
Relationship to Self-Regulatory Abilities in
Adolescents
Nandita Vijayakumar, Sarah Whittle, Murat Yücel,
Nicholas Allen

14

Connectivity-based segregation of striatum
predicts developmental differences in temporal
discounting.
Wouter van den Bos, Christian Rodriguez, Sam
McClure

15

Cumulative Risk and HPA-Axis Function in Early
Childhood
Steven Holochwost, Jean-Louis Gariepy, Ruth
Baldasaro, W. Roger Mills-Koonce, Cathi Propper,
Jacek Kolacz

16

Fetal programming of cortisol secretion in infants:
Preliminary results from a meta-analysis
Jessica Pearson, Eve-Line Bussières, George
Tarabulsy, Réjean Tessier

17

Genetic and Environmental Etiology of Speech
Skills in 14-year-old Twins
Marianna Hayiou-Thomas

18

Is There Common Etiology in Children's
Development of Various Cognitive Skills?
Evidence from a Chinese Twin Study
Bonnie Wing-Yin Chow, Connie Suk-Han Ho,
Simpson W. L. Wong, Mary M. Y. Waye, Dorothy
V. M. Bishop

19

COMT gene variants interact with maternal
sensitivity to predict children's response to
challenge: A MAVAN study
Katherine O'Donnell, Sara Colalillo, Hélène
Gaudreau, Leslie Atkinson, Alison Fleming, James
Kennedy, Marla Sokolowski, Michael Meaney

20

Parents' Perception of Executive Function in Twoyear-olds Born at Risk of Neonatal Hypoglycaemia
Judith Ansell, Trecia Wouldes, Jane Harding, On
behalf of the CHYLD Study Group

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Age-related Differences in Hippocampal
Contribution to Episodic Retrieval
Dana DeMaster, Thanujeni Pathman, Simona
Ghetti

5

Development of Memory Binding in Childhood:
The Significance of Self-Referent Encoding
Michele Dunbar, Glenda Andrews, Karen Murphy

6

Measuring Individual Differences in Children's
Visual Short-Term Memory Capacity using the
Flicker Paradigm
Hrag Pailian, Melissa Libertus, Lisa Feigenson,
Justin Halberda

7

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Lexical composition effects in children's serial
recall of words and nonwords
Josie Briscoe, Isabel Flett, Tara Daisley-Devoy,
Clive Frankish
Assessment of Working Memory in Preschool
Children: Development of an Age-Sensitive
Working Memory Task
Ainsley Boudreau, Kiera Kent, Erin Gore-Hickman,
Nancy Garon, Isabel Smith

9

Development of Visual Working Memory in
Adolescence
Elif Isbell, Keisuke Fukuda, Helen Neville, Edward
Vogel

10

Processing of Emotional Expressions and Neural
Activity in Preschool-age Children
Nikola Lucas, Nancy Jones, Melannie Pineda,
Kathryn Marsh

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Causal Determinism in Toddlers
Paul Muentener, Laura Schulz

34

Effortful control and executive function as indices
of emerging self-regulation in young children born
at high neonatal risk
Janean Dilworth-Bart, Julie Poehlmann, Sonyoung
Yim, Daniel Bolt, Amy Taub

35

Contradictory effects of labels on cognitive
flexibility: Exploring a developmental puzzle
Laura Michaelson, Yuko Munakata

Developmental Response Monitoring and Effortful
Control in a Foster-Care Sample
Leslie Roos, Jacqueline Bruce, Katherine Pears,
Philip Fisher

36

"The frog jumped on his head" Examining
Perspective-Taking, Language Development, and
Executive Function in Dual-Language Learners
Vrinda Kalia, Erin Donohue, Maria Laura Valdes,
Makeba Wilbourn

Assessing Self-Regulation: Examining Differences
Across Measures by ELL Status in a Low-Income
Sample.
Alicia Miao, Guadalupe Diaz, Karley Lewis, Megan
McClelland

37

An Investigation of Numerical Estimation,
Numerical Acuity, and Math Ability
Hilary Barth, Emilie George, Jessica Taggart

Post-error Slowing and Working Memory Capacity
in Young Children
Kristine Nichols, Klaudia Pajor, Derek Montgomery

38

Age Related Progressions in Self-regulation:
Monitoring and Control in 5 to 7 Year old Children
Nesrin Destan, Claudia Roebers, Emily
Hembacher, Simona Ghetti

39

The Influence of Incentive on Self-Regulated
Learning in Elementary School Children
Stacy Lipowski, Sarah Tauber, Robert Ariel, John
Dunlosky

40

Young Children Prefer to Learn From Teachers
Who Provide More Informative Comparisons
Stella Christie, D. Geoffrey Hall

41

Children Protest Moral and Conventional
Violations More When They Believe Actions are
Freely Chosen
Marina Josephs, Tamar Kushnir, Maria
Gräfenhain, Hannes Rakoczy

42

Dissecting children's learning of the use of
complex artefacts
Emma Flynn, Andrew Whiten

43

Joint Attention Provides Rich Insight into Cognitive
Development as a Factor of the Deaf
Child/Hearing Parent Dyad
Nicole Depowski, Molly Nowels, John Oghalai,
Heather Bortfeld

44

The happy victimizer task: when the eyes are
worth a thousand words
Claire Delle Luche, Michaela Gummerum, Jeremy
Goslin, Caroline Floccia

Executive function in previously-institutionalized
youth: Relations among set-shifting, inhibitory
control, and cognitive conflict
Jennifer Wenner, Anika Wiltgen, Megan Gunnar,
Kathleen Thomas
Attentional Set-Shifting Between Perceptual and
Emotion Discrimination Tasks in Preschoolers
Prenatally Exposed to Tobacco
John Garza, Caron Clark, Kimberly Espy, Lauren
Wakschlag

26

Stimulus Heterogeneity Facilitates Difficult Number
Judgments in Preschoolers
Sara Cordes, Brynn Huguenel, Tasha Posid

27

Differential impacts of proportional estimation
training based on ability level among 8th graders
Laura Twiss-Garrity, Julie Booth, Jennifer Zosh

28

Individual Differences in Conceptual and
Procedural Fraction Knowledge in China and the
U.S.
Drew Bailey, Xinlin Zhou, Yiyun Zhang, Jiaxin Cui,
Robert Siegler

29

The Development of Reasoning About Celebrity
Contagion in Elementary School-Aged Children
Brooke Schepp, Jacqueline Woolley

30

Examination of the Development of the Concept of
Ability in German and U.S. Students According to
Two Contrasting Perspectives
C. Ryan Kinlaw, Lynn MacPherson, Kerri Smith,
Andrea Greenfield, Rona McCall, Beth KurtzCostes

31

The Development of Diagnostic Reasoning
Between Ages 3-7
Christopher Erb, David Sobel

32

The role of awareness in children's selective
induction
Brett Hayes, Melissa Lim

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Children's Ability to Detect Prosocial Lies by Other
Children
Debbie Campbell, Michelle Eskritt, Kang Lee

46

Rationality, Normativity & Overimitation
Stefanie Keupp, Tanya Behne, Hannes Rakoczy

47

Japanese preschoolers can indicate that they do
not know the answers of yes-no questions
Mako Okanda

48

Use of Physical Size and Numerical Alliances in
Group Dominance Across Development
Justin Bonny, Stella Lourenco

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Relations Among Preschool Children's Attachment
Security, Emotional Communication, Theory of
Mind, and Language Development
Ann Bigelow, Kelly Doiron, Kim MacLean, Michelle
Power
Emotional Modulation of Attentional Engagement
to Faces in Adolescents: A Spatial Cueing Study
Irina Pitica, Oana Benga, Georgiana Susa

51

Chinese Children's Predications of Emotion in
Personal and Prudential Domain
Shuangzhu Zhou, Yinghe Chen, Meng Zhang

52

Multiple Domains of Theory of Mind: Varied Theory
of Mind Measures are not Significantly Related in
Early Childhood
Katherine Rice, Elizabeth Redcay

53

The Hostile Attribution Bias in Typically Developing
Children: Links With Language and Theory of Mind
Sophie Jacques

54

The side-effect effect in children: It is not specific
to the moral status of action effects
Hannes Rakoczy, Tanya Behne, Stephanie
Dallmann, Sarah Weidner, Michael Waldmann

55

Temperamental Contributions to Social Cognition
in Preschool-Aged Children
Lindsey Bosse, Jennifer LaBounty, Stephanie
Savicki, Ghassan Eiwaz, Margaret Oliver, Emma
Albrow

56

Preschoolers' Self-Calibration in a Tool-Use Task
Marissa Greif, Allison Weinstein

57

A Large Scale Adaptive Training System for
Children's Logical Reasoning (and Beyond)
Maartje Raijmakers, Nina Gierasimczuk, Han van
der Maas

278

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Characteristics of Children with Fragile X
Syndrome Attending Clinics in a National
Consortium: a Focus on Age-Related Issues
Sharon Kidd, Howard Andrews, Elizabeth BerryKravis, Walter Kaufmann, Stephanie Sherman, W.
Ted Brown

59

The Salk Institute Questionnaire: Measures of
Social Approach and Socioemotional
Characteristics in Neurogenetic Disorders
Patricia Fillet, Rowena Ng, Yvonne Searcy, Philip
Lai, Ursula Bellugi

60

The Association between Autism Symptom
Severity and Child Compliance Among Children
At-Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Naomi Ekas, Nicole McDonald, Daniel Messinger

61

"What did you expect?" Parents' expectations and
appraisals of outcomes of children's treatments for
autism spectrum disorders
Barbara Myers, Virginia Mackintosh

62

My Child Was Recently Diagnosed With an Autism
Spectrum Disorder, Now What? Pilot Study of
Caregiver Support Group
Kathleen Davis, Mary Jo Coiro, Beth Kotchick,
Angelita Yu

63

Sibling Relationships in Families of Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Jamell White, Elisa Klein

64

The Effects of School-Based Social Skills
Intervention on Self-Report of Depressive
Symptoms in Youth with Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Lindsey Sterling, Michelle Dean, Catherine Lord,
Felice Orlich, Connie Kasari

65

Lonely No More: Socio-Emotional Functioning and
Pet Ownership Among Adolescents With Autism
Spectrum Disorders
Amanda Ward, Nicole Arola, Amy Bohnert,
Rebecca Wasserman Lieb

66

Relations between Self-Esteem and Observed
Social Competence in Children and Adolescents
with High Functioning Autism
Catherine Burrows, Lauren Usher, Caley
Schwartz, Kim Ono, Heather Henderson

68

I See What You're Saying: Object-directed Voice
Signals Improve Children's Sensitivity to Eye
Contact
Mark Vida, Daphne Maurer

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Teacher Implementation of Joint Attention
intervention in Preschool Classrooms: Fidelity and
context
Kathy Lawton, Connie Kasari

70

Sentential Complements and Theory of Mind in
Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum
Disorder: A Longitudinal Study in Mandarinspeaking Population
Hui-Li Lin, Shu-Pei Yang, Shin-Yu Yang, PeiHsuan Li

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Maternal Temperament, Child Temperamental
Characteristics and Child Attentional Biases in
Predicting Preschoolers' Anxiety Symptoms
Oana Benga, Georgiana Susa, Irina Pitica,
Mihaela Murza
The Relations Among Anxiety, Pre-Sleep Arousal,
and Physiological Reactivity
Ryan Stoll, Amanda Chiapa, Lindsay Holly, Julia
Humphrey, Ian Villalta, Argero Zerr, Armando Pina

73

The Role of Contextual Risk in School-Aged
Children's State and Trait Anxiety
Juliana Neuspiel, Amanda Roy, C. Cybele Raver

74

The CBCL as a Diagnostic Roadmap for Pediatric
Bipolar Disorder or Merely an Indicator of
Psychopathology Severity?
Melissa Simard, Valentin Mbekou, Sophia
Rinaldis, Johanne Renaud

75

Abuse Severity, Personality Disorder Features,
and Hostile-Helpless Representations of
Attachment Relationships
Brent Finger, Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Sharon Melnick

76

Rejection Sensitivity and Negative Relationships in
Adolescent Offspring of Mothers With Borderline
Personality Disorder
Jennifer Strimpfel, Chris Watkins, Christina Mena,
Amineh Abbas, Jenny Macfie

77

The Differential Contribution of Low Parental
Versus Nonparental Support to Depressive
Symptoms in Early Adolescence
Ruth Nelson, Megan Flynn

78

Is Brooding Rumination a Transdiagnostic Factor
in Depression and Anxiety in Children?
Sherelle Harmon, Therese Kemper, Christina
Lopez, Stephanie Smith, Janet Kistner

79

Cultural Differences in Rumination Predictors:
Gender Role, Self-Concept, and Emotional
Intelligence in Greek and US Adolescents
Ellen Wright, Roza Alchanati

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Predictors of Maternal Global Severity Ratings of
Child Externalizing Problems
Kathryn Lawton, Aileen Pagan, Alyson Gerdes

81

Trajectories of Internalizing and Externalizing From
Ages 3 - 18: Roles of Inter-Parental Violence and
Parental Warmth
Elizabeth Riina, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

82

Determining the Relation Between Executive
Functioning and Level of Aggression and Conduct
Problems in a Mixed Sample
Alana Curewitz, Sylvia Lee, Michelle Kibby

83

The French's Home-intervention CAPEDP-A
Project and its Impact on Maternal Disruptive
Behaviour
Susana Tereno, Jaqueline Wendland, Nicole
Guedeney, Florence Tubach, Romain Dugravier,
Tim Greacen, Thomas Saias, Antoine Guedeney

84

Engaging parents in evidence-based treatments in
schools: Community perspectives from
implementing a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention
for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
Shilpa Baweja, Gillian Pears, Catherine Santiago,
Pamela Vona, Jennifer Tang, Sheryl Kataoka

85

The Role of Treatment Fidelity in the Effectiveness
of Preschool-Based Prevention and Intervention
Programming on Socioemotional Outcomes
Courtney Baker, Corey Black

86

Harsh parenting moderates the relation between
emotion dysregulation and aggression
Allison Borland, Susan Calkins

87

Early Pubertal Timing Moderates the Relation
Between Women's Childhood Family Adversity
and Internalizing Psychopathology
Jeffrey Winer, Sally Powers, Paula Pietromonaco

88

Comparison of Low Parental Warmth and Peer
Rejection as Predictors of Mood Features of
Borderline Personality Psychopathology in At-Risk
Adolescents
Yuko Okado, Karen Bierman

89

Risk-taking and the Differential Influence of
Siblings and Peers in Mexican-Origin Adolescents
at Risk for Substance Use
Christina Hollifield, Clinton Lee, Sarah Ruiz,
Richard Robins, Amanda Guyer

90

Internet Addiction among Adolescents: The
Perspective of Peer
Nan Zhou, Xiao-Yi Fang

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Examining predictors of children's invented
spellings: Associations among children's selfregulatory, language and early literacy skills
Meghan Pendergast, Gary Bingham

102

The Era of Trayvon: Negative youth experiences,
perceived school support, academic achievement,
and bravado attitudes in African American males.
Charles Corprew

92

Executive functioning skills in Hangul reading
among Korean kindergartners living in urban and
rural communities
Jeung-Ryeul Cho, Sungbong Bae

103

Teacher Student Interactions Across a School
Year: Mindsets for Math and English in Urban
Classrooms
Katherine Wright, Martin Jones

93

Behavioral engagement mediates the relation
between kindergarteners' emotional engagement
and reading achievement
Ashley Indorf

104

Conceptions of Self as a Student: The Importance
of School Relationships and Interactions for Six
African American Adolescents
Gina Arnone, Laura Murray, Michael Nakkula

94

Measuring Oral Reading Fluency in Third Grade
Children: The Comprehensive Oral Reading
Fluency Scale
Rebekah Benjamin, Paula Schwanenflugel,
Elizabeth Meisinger

105

The Impact of Background Television and ParentChild Interaction on Young Children's Toy Play
Koeun Choi, Heather Kirkorian, Katherine Hanson,
Daniel Anderson

106
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Developmental Calibration of Motivational and
Academic Resilience in Middle School: Differential
Predictors of Resilience in Sixth vs. Eighth
Grades?
Heather Brule, Ellen Skinner

The Influence of Television Content on 15-monthold's Toy Play
Katherine Hanson, Heather Lavigne, Daniel
Anderson

107

Differential Effects of Media on Parent Language
Katherine Hanson, Heather Lavigne, Stephanie
Gover, Daniel Anderson

108

Children's Reasoning about Marketplace
Relationships and their Skepticism towards
Advertisements
Maria Chu, Mark Blades

109

Understanding the Achievement Gap: Do Parent
Expectations and School Climate Matter?
Adrian Gale

110

Kinship Support and Academic Efficacy among
College Freshmen
Mia Budescu, Lisa Silverman

111

Kindergarten Academic and Social Transition
Patterns for African American Boys
Iheoma Iruka, Nicole Gardner-Neblett, Jamaal
Matthews, Donna-Marie Winn

112

Low-SES and middle-class Chinese immigrant
parents' views about parenting roles and their
preschoolers' academic performance
Yoko Yamamoto, Jin Li

113

Explore IT: A Pilot Study of an Interactive App for
Parent-Child Exploration in a Children's Museum
Jeffrey Skowronek, Stephen Blessing

114

Youth's life goals and program participation
Hyeyoung Kang, Josey Landrieu, Steve Tran,
Marcela Raffaelli, Vanessa Gutierrez

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Future Orientation, Academic Achievement and
Problem Behaviors in Adolescence: The Mediating
Role of School Engagement
Chengfu Yu, Wei Zhang, Yanzhen Zhang
Exploring the Help-Seeking Behaviors of Urban
Adolescents: Improving the Efficacy of SchoolBased Supports
Gretchen Brion-Meisels
Emerging Adults' Implicit Attitudes about STEM
Careers: "Science is Not Creative"
Amy Masnick, S. Stavros Valenti, Christopher
Osman, Brian Cox

99

Relations among Preschool Animal Interest,
Knowledge, and the Understanding of Negative
Human Impact on Animals Habitats
Thea Freygang, Bailey Hubert, Joyce Alexander,
Kathy Johnson

100

Attracting Girls to STEM: Personal Gender
Salience Moderates the Outcome of an
Occupational Game
Emily Coyle, Lynn Liben

101

The power of perception: Does adolescents'
perception of science influence the gender gap in
STEM fields?
Isabelle Cherney, Kelly Dean

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Social Relations as Sources of Motivation in
Organized Activities: Youths' Reflections on
Individual and Collective Self Processes
Nicole Ja, Laura-Nicole Sisson

116

An Exploration of Diversity in the Relational
Dynamics that Characterize Abusive and
Neglectful Father-child Relationships.
Laura-Lynn Stewart, Katreena Scott

117

Childhood Psychological Maltreatment Predicts
Adolescent Depression and Conduct Disorder
Symptoms: A Prospective Longitudinal Analysis
Elise Paul, John Eckenrode

118

Childhood sexual trauma: An exploration of long
term outcomes for women and their children
Bharathi Zvara, Martha Cox

119

Being Bien Educado in the United States: Mexican
mothers' childrearing beliefs and practices in the
context of immigration
Tamara Fuster, Angela Arzubiaga

120

Not so Depressed, but Not Happy Mothers:
Mothers' Psychological States and Infant
Development
Boram Lee, Gyoung Hae Han, Hye Jun Park,
Euljung Chun

121

Mothers and Fathers Differentially Predict
Delinquency Outcomes across Caucasian and
African American Family Contexts.
Sarah Riffel, Matthew Mulvaney

122

PARENTAL FEELING VALIDATION OF EARLY
ADOLESCENTS WITHIN THE FAMILY CONTEXT
Hillary Klinzing, Jonathan Santo, Felicia Meyer,
William Bukowski

123

Mothers' and Fathers' Emotion Socialization
Practices with Preschool Children
Rosanna Breaux, Elizabeth Harvey, Claudia LugoCandelas

124

Maternal Expressed Emotion and Child
Temperament Predict RSA in Early Childhood
Lauren Philbrook, Elizabeth Davis, Kristin Buss

125

Parental Gender Differences in Emotion Talk
Mayghen Barmore, Widaad Zaman, Natalie Merrill,
Robyn Fivush

126

Income Dynamics and the Development of
Behavior Problems
Elizabeth Shelleby, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal,
Daniel Shaw, Thomas Dishion, Melvin Wilson

281

127

An Ecological Exploration of Trauma-Related
Symptomatology: Relation of Poverty, Potentially
Traumatic Experiences, and Psychopathology in
Mothers and Their Young Children
Sarah Gray, Amy Heberle, Danielle Forbes,
Margaret Briggs-Gowan, Alice Carter

128

Which Influences Japanese Young Children's
Home Environment, Daycare System or Annual
Income?
Nobuko Hoshi, Mayumi Adachi, Emiko Kusanagi,
Shing-Jen Chen, Tadashi Oishi, Hitoshi Takamura

129

Family Chaos and SNAP Participation:
Implications for child hunger
Meghan Fisher, Barbara Fiese, Craig Gundersen,
Brenda Koester

130

Maternal Sensitivity, Cognitive Talk, and
Desire/Emotion Talk at 24 Months: Distinct Factors
and Differential Antecedents
Allison Jessee, Nancy McElwain

131

The Influence of Maternal Trauma History on
Mother-Child Elaborative Reminiscing, and the
Mediating Role of Traumatic Avoidance
Taylor Thomas, Amy Nuttall, Kristin Valentino,
Michelle Comas

132

Variations in Parents' Reading Comprehension
Questions After Bookreading in Middle Childhood:
A Cluster Analytic Approach
Lauren Capotosto, James Kim

133

The Influence of Caregiving Experience on
Caregiver-Infant Interactions
Rachel Albert, Jennifer Schwade, Michael
Goldstein

134

Predicting Filipino parents' hostility and aggression
from child externalizing behavior, experience of
stressful events, and parental efficacy
Aileen Garcia, Liane Alampay

135

The Importance of Early Childhood Parenting: A
Bi-Directional Model of Early Parental Hostility and
Later Externalizing Problems
Nicole Fettig, Grace Howarth, Rachel Chazan
Cohen, Susanne Denham

136

Infant EEG Asymmetry Predicts Toddler
Soothability
Nicole Fettig, Grace Howarth, Timothy Curby,
Martha Ann Bell

137

The Interplay of Children's Executive and Emotion
Regulation in Shaping Maternal Parenting
Cara Kiff, Liliana Lengua, Maureen Zalewski,
Stephanie Thompson

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Does Early Maternal Depression Cause Deficits in
Social Skill Development in Adolescence? A
Marginal Structural Modeling Approach
Laura DeRose, Mariya Shiyko

150

The Effects of Early Language Brokering on
Children's Syntactic Awareness and Executive
Functions
Vanessa Raschke, Denise Davidson

139

The Impact of Maternal Posttraumatic Stress and
Disrupted Caregiving on Toddler Social-Emotional
Development and Trauma Symptoms
Alicia Totten, Sarah Ahlfs-Dunn, Alissa HuthBocks

151

Intergenerational Effects on Verbal and NonVerbal Communication among Toddlers Acquiring
Lazuri in Lazona
P. Ozlem Yuksel-Sokmen, Patricia Brooks

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The Effects of Parental Drug Use on Child
Behavior: The Mediating Effect of Emotional
Support
Stephanie Ernestus, Isaura Olivares, Shawn
Wilson, Hazel Prelow

Strengthening the Focus on Common Ground
Jake Stone, Jeremy Carpendale

153

Parents' motivations and methods for teaching
infant signs: Examining the relationship with oral
language development
Kalli Decker, Ashley Karsten, Claire Vallotton,
Chamarrita Farkas, Mechthild Kiegelmann, Liz
Kirk, Kim Hughes Wilhelm

154

Linguistic Cues to Form Classes in Chinese Infantdirected Speech
Li Sha, Weiyi Ma, Dongyin Mei, Xu Cheng

155

Visual Information and Child Universal
Quantification: Seeking a Causal Association
between Language and Cognition in Development
Utako Minai, Yi-Chih Chan, Chia-ying Chu, Rachel
Brown

156

Constraints on phonotactic learning
Kyle Chambers, Caitlin Bayer, Suzanna Massaro

157

Valence Differences in Preschoolers' Ability to
Match Vocal Affect to Faces
Jared Berman, Vanessa Schell, Craig Chambers,
Susan Graham

158

Phonological and Semantic Relations of Early
Word Learning in Lexical Networks
Ariel Aguilar, Eliana Colunga

159

Dimensional Adjective Acquisition: This is Big Boy
Research.
Scott Bragg

160

Attention, Inference and Integration: Learners' Use
of Information Across Contexts to Learn Word
Meanings
Alexa Romberg, Chen Yu

161

I Spy a Triangle! Preschoolers' Geometric
Knowledge
Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Brian Verdine, Ann
Bunger, Roberta Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

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School-Age Cognitive and Behavioral Outcomes of
Very Low Birth Weight Infants: Does Dyadic
Mutual Enjoyment Make a Difference?
Lisa Boyce, Gina Cook, Shawnee Hendershot
Head Start and Child Care Teachers' Perceived
Facilitators and Barriers to Childhood Obesity
Prevention: Implications for Policy
Brent McBride, Dipti Dev
Predictors of Head Start and Childcare Teachers'
Mealtime Feeding Practices: An Ecological
Approach
Dipti Dev, Brent McBride
Behavioral and ERP Measures of Executive
Function in Adolescents Born Moderately Preterm
Sara Van Den Heuvel, Ruskin Hunt, Kathleen
Thomas, Heather Sesma
The Stability and Continuity of Parenting
Cognitions and Principles Following a Premature
Delivery
Alice Winstanley, Marc Bornstein, Rebecca
Sperotto, Merideth Gattis

146

Preschool-Age Sleep Regulation: The Role of Fear
Regulation, RSA, and Maternal Protectiveness
Sunghye Cho, Kristin Buss, Elizabeth Davis

147

Examining Correlates of Parent Psychological
Functioning: Contributions of Parent and Child
Sleep Habits
Helen Milojevich, Janice Phung, Angela Lukowski

148

Monolingual and Bilingual Children Alike
Demonstrate Semantic Priming at Two Years of
Age
R. Poppy Wilkinson, Krista Byers-Heinlein

149

Artificial Language Learning in Children and Adults
Leah Kapa, John Colombo

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Outcomes from Civic Engagement Curriculum:
Moderation by neighborhood perceptions
Edna Romero, Devin Carey, Maryse Richards,
Arie Zakaryan, Dakari Quimby, Taryn Hargrove,
Joshua Terry, Andrew Perrotte

163

The effects of reading enrichment program for
African-American children: Children's Defense
Fund Freedom Schools® summer program
Yoonjung Park, Jeanne Hairston

164

The Prosocial Functions of Guilt in Early
Development
Amrisha Vaish, Malinda Carpenter, Michael
Tomasello

165

Increased egocentric moral judgment after
developmental-onset ventromedial prefrontal
cortex damage
Erik Asp, Bradley Taber-Thomas, Michael
Koenigs, Matthew Sutterer, Steven Anderson,
Daniel Tranel

166

Do Story Features Moderate the Ratings of Moral
and Conventional Actions for Children and Adults?
Steve Thoma, Jason Scofield

167

Children's and Adolescents' Reasoning about
Inequality in School Resources
Stefanie Sinno

168

Anticipating Others' Emotional Reactions can
Promote Fair Behaviors in Young Children
Zi Hyun Lee, Hyun-joo Song

169

Selective Looking by Young Children: A New Test
of Sensitivity to Intersensory Redundancy During
Competing Visual Stimulation
Lorraine Bahrick, Irina Castellanos, Elizabeth
Frame, James Todd, Mileini Campez, Sheila
Krogh-Jespersen

174

Peer Experiences of Victimization and Bullying in
Childhood are Prospectively Associated with
Perceived Neighborhood Safety in Adolescence
Alexa Martin-Storey, Robert Crosnoe

175

Profiles of Community Violence Exposure Among
African American Youth: An Examination Using
Latent Class Analysis
Cynthia Pierre, Daniel Dickson, Shayla St. James,
Noni Gaylord-Harden

176

Reports of Parenting and Parent-Child
Communication in Indian and American College
Students
Alana Kennedy, Stacey Raj, Vaishali Raval,
Ashwin Jansari

177

Who? What? Where? When? How mother's
questions pave the way for autonomous child story
telling
Meret Hofer, Magdalena Podgorny, Naomi
Chakofsky-Lewy, Jonna Knudsen, Yana Kuchirko,
Eva Liang, Sandra Rodgin, Jeremy Gross, Lola
Benavidez

178

A Cross-cultural Study of Chinese and Canadian
Children's Resource Acquisition Behaviors in the
Situation of Potential Conflict
Ruixin Cao, Huichang Chen, Xinyin Chen

179

Immigration Experiences and the Mental Health of
Central American Immigrant Mothers and their
Young Children
Nicole Denmark, Brenda Jones Harden, Amal
Sinnokrot

180

Transnational Parent-Child Separation
Conceptualized as a Coping and Health-Seeking
Strategy in Three Distinct Communities.
Yvonne Bohr, Michaela Hynie, Natasha Whitfield,
Cynthia Shih, Sadia Zafar

170

The bodily self in development: Children's
responses to the Rubber Hand Illusion
Dorothy Cowie, Andrew Bremner

181

Substance Use among Korean American
Adolescents
Min-Jung Jung, Sangmi Cho

171

The Effects of Prior Visual, Haptic, and Visual and
Haptic Prior Experience on Cross-modal Transfer
Hilary Kalagher

182

172

Social Attention in Infancy: Stimulus and Agerelated Influence on Face Preference and its
Relation to Motor Development
Klaus Libertus, Rebecca Landa

Cultural Brokers to College: How Families,
Schools, Peers, and a Program Help Latino
Immigrant Youth Navigate Pathways to College
Catherine Cooper, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Antoinette
Wilson, Angelica Lopez, Elizabeth Dominguez,
Robert Cooper

183

Sexual Orientation Change Among Sexual Minority
Youth Over 18 Months
Hoa Lam, Matthew Page, Kristin Lindahl, Neena
Malik

173

Does Local Area Income Inequality Influence
Children's Mental Health?
Sachiko Donley, Christopher Bates, Avshalom
Caspi, Terrie Moffitt, Candice Odgers

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Preferred Name Use and Suicide and Mental
Health Risks among Transgender Youth
Gu Li, J. Carley Flores, Arnold Grossman, Stephen
Russell

196

An Investigation of Shared and Differential Effects
of Cross-Ethnic Friendships on Social and School
Adjustment
Yoshito Kawabata, Nicki Crick

185

Contextual Factors Related to Sexual Fluidity in
Sexual Minority Young Adult Women and Men
Sabra Katz-Wise

197

Parents' Optimism, Positive Parenting, and Child
Peer Competence in Mexican-Origin Families
Laura Castro-Schilo, Emilio Ferrer, Zoe Taylor,
Richard Robins, Rand Conger, Keith Widaman

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Physical, Verbal, and Relational Aggression in
Sibling and Friend Interactions from Early
Childhood through Adolescence
Asha Unni, Marysabel Gomez, Kathryn Leinung,
Kathleen Talbot, Ganie DeHart

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Stress Exposure and Negative Peer Experiences
of Children with Incarcerated Mothers: The
Intervening Role of Anxiety
Johanna Folk, Jennifer Poon, Sarah Borowski,
Janice Zeman, Danielle Dallaire

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All I Do is Give and All You Do is Take: How
Adolescents Cognitions About Reciprocity are
Associated With Their Adjustment
Bridget Fredstrom, Ryan Adams

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Longitudinal Associations Between Temperament
and Socio-Emotional Outcomes in Young Children:
The Moderating Role of RSA Reactivity
Santiago Morales, Charles Beekman, Kristin Buss

201

Parental Responses to Negative Emotion and
Child Aggression: The Moderating Role of Child
Surgency
Mairin Augustine, Cynthia Stifter

202

Components of Reactivity and Attentional Control
Predicting Externalizing Behavior
Nneka Morris, Susan Keane

203

Children Draw More Affiliative Pictures Following
Priming with Third-Party Ostracism
Ruiting Song, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter

204

The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of Adolescent Social
Expectations
Emily Loeb, Elenda Hessel, Megan Schad, Joseph
Allen

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The role of automatic thoughts in the relation
between callous-unemotional traits and adolescent
overt and relational aggression
Joyce Lui, Christopher Barry

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Parent-Child Attachment Relationship and
Assessment of Children's Self
Jin Qu, Shari Kidwell

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Internal Working Model of the Self and Quality of
Attachment
Alexandra Pinto, Ana Gatinho, Marta Antunes,
Nuno Torres, Manuela Veríssimo, António Santos

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Correlates and Outcomes Associated with
Aggression and Victimization Among ElementarySchool Children in a Low-Income Urban Context
J. Loes Pouwels, Antonius Cillessen
Differentiating Forms and Functions of Aggression
in Early Childhood as Predicted by Parenting
Marisa Whitley, Wan-Ling Tseng, Nicki Crick
Aggression Facilitates Leadership in Popular
Middle Schoolers
Dane Jester, Molly Dawes, Tabitha Wurster,
Hongling Xie
Dating, Relationships and Sexuality in Female
Adolescents: A Qualitative Analysis
Katherine Bedard, Amy Marks, Justine Tresvant
Cross-Gender Experience in Childhood and
Adolescence in a Religious Context: Relation to
Adult Marital Satisfaction and Well-Being.
Hod Tamir, Mary Levitt
Gender Differences in the Spillover Between
Romantic Experiences, Work Experiences and
Individual Adjustment in Early Adulthood
Daniel Dickson, Shmuel Shulman, Brett Laursen,
Dawn DeLay, Ashley Richmond, Shirja Dirghangi,
Cody Hiatt, Amy Hartl, Gilly Bortman, Lauren
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Maternal Characteristics as Predictors of
Friendship Facilitation in Middle Childhood
Anne Fletcher, Carol Johnston

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Exploring a Friendship Intervention for Families of
Children with ADHD
Melissa Bernstein, Janine Slavec, Erika Coles

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The Impact of Friendship Quality on Feelings of
Anxiety in Preadolescents
Megan Wood, Melissa Simard, Caroline
Doramajian, Marie-Eve Dubois, Jonathan Santo,
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Just another cliché? Gender singularities in prescholars attachment representations
Joana Maia, Bruno Ferreira, Ana Rebelo, Tania
Sousa, Manuela Veríssimo

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Internal consistency and reliability of a new
retrospective self-report measure of attachment
role-reversal and disorganization
Molisa Meier, Jean-Francois Bureau

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Ravenna A (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

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Early Adolescent Parental Attachment Support, but
Not Other Forms of Social Support, Predicts Adult
Immune Functioning
Bonnie Brett, Jason Jones, Katherine Ehrlich,
Margaret Kemeny, Jonathan Mohr, Elizabeth
Hopper, Julie Dinh, Jacquelyn Gross, Oksana
Malanchuk, Stephen Peck, Amanda Brodish,
Emma Adam, Jacquelynne Eccles, Jude Cassidy

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Social Regulation of Emotion: Power, Positive
Affect, and Rejection in Romantic Conflict
Erin Miga, Amanda Hare, Joanna Chango, Joseph
Allen, James Coan

212

Callous-Unemotional Traits and Emotional
Experiences: A Mixed Methods Approach
Xinying Ang, Randall Salekin, Natalie Harrison

213

Emotion Regulation as a Mediator of the
Relationship Between Family Stability and
Adjustment: Adolescent and Parent Report
Jennifer Malatras, Allen Israel, Celia Tam

214

Predicting Gratitude in Childhood and
Adolescence: The Role of Spirituality and
Religiosity
Meagan Ramsey, Amy Gentzler

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Exploring the Influence of Low-Income Latina
Mothers' on their Children's Emotional SelfRegulation
Yadira Olivera, Thomas Power, Ashley Eaton,
Jennifer Fisher, Teresia O'Connor, Sheryl Hughes

Leader: Clancy Blair
Biography: Clancy Blair, Ph.D.,
Professor, Department of
Applied Psychology, New York
University, is a developmental
psychologist who studies selfregulation in young children,
focusing primarily on the
development of cognitive
abilities referred to as executive
functions important for
organizing information in goaldirected activities. His research
projects include a longitudinal study of executive function
development in which he examines relations among
experiential and biological influences on executive
function abilities and two randomized controlled trials of
an innovative early education curriculum designed to
promote school achievement by fostering executive
functions and related aspects of self-regulation. Prior to
coming to NYU, he spent ten years as an assistant and
then associate professor in the Department of Human
Development and Family Studies at Pennsylvania State
University. He received his doctorate in developmental
psychology and a master's degree in public health from
the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1996.

Leader: Marc Bornstein
Biography: Marc H. Bornstein is Senior Investigator and
Head of Child and Family Research at the Eunice
Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and
Human Development. He holds a B.A. from Columbia
College, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Yale University,
and an honorary doctorate from the University of Padua.
Bornstein was a Guggenheim Foundation Fellow and has
received awards from the Human Relations Area Files,
National Institutes of Health, American Psychological
Association, the Theodor Hellbrügge Foundation, the
American Mensa Education and Research Foundation,
the Japan Society for Promotion of Science, and the
Society for Research in Child Development. He has held
faculty positions at Princeton University and New York
University as well as visiting academic appointments in
Bamenda, London, Munich, New York, Paris, Santiago,
Seoul, Tokyo and Trento. He sits on the Governing
Council of the SRCD and the Executive Committee of
ISIS. Bornstein is coauthor of Development in Infancy (5
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editions), Development: Infancy through Adolescence,
and Lifespan Development and general editor of The
Crosscurrents in Contemporary Psychology Series (10
volumes) and the Monographs in Parenting (8 volumes).
He also edited the Handbook of Parenting (Vols. I-V, 2
editions) and the Handbook of Cultural Developmental
Science, and he co-edited Developmental Psychology:
An Advanced Textbook (6 editions) as well as numerous
other volumes. He is author of several children's books,
videos, and puzzles in The Child's World and Baby
Explorer series. Bornstein is Editor Emeritus of Child
Development and Founding Editor of Parenting: Science
and Practice. He has contributed scientific papers in the
areas of human experimental, methodological,
comparative, developmental, cross-cultural,
neuroscientific, pediatric, and aesthetic psychology. He
was named to the Top 20 Authors for Productivity in
Developmental Science by the AERA. Visit
www.cfr.nichd.nih.gov an¬d
http://www.informaworld.com/Parenting.

and Practice, 4, 211-241. Brooks-Gunn, J., Waldfogel, J.,
& Han, W.-J. (2002). Maternal employment and child
cognitive outcomes in the first three years of life: The
NICHD Study of Early Childcare. Child Development, 73,
1052-1072.

Leader: Dante Cicchetti
Biography: Dante Cicchetti, Ph.D., is McKnight
Presidential Chair and Professor of
Child Psychology and Psychiatry at
the University of Minnesota. He is
widely regarded as one of the
leading researchers and scholars in
the field of developmental
psychopathology. After receiving
his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
and Child Development from the
University of Minnesota in 1977,
Cicchetti joined the faculty at
Harvard University where he was
subsequently Assistant Professor (1977-1982) and
Norman Tishman Associate Professor of Psychology and
Social Relations (1983-1985). In 1985, Dr. Cicchetti
moved to Rochester, NY, where he established Mt. Hope
Family Center, serving as its Director until 2005. From
2000-2005, he was the Shirley Cox Kearns Professor of
Psychology, Psychiatry, and Pediatrics at the University
of Rochester. Dr. Cicchetti has received a number of
awards, including the three highest honors of the
Developmental Division of the American Psychological
Association (APA): the G. Stanley Hall Award for
Distinguished Contribution to Developmental Psychology
in 2005; the Urie Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime
Contribution to Developmental Psychology in the Service
of Science and Society in 2006; and the Mentor Award in
Developmental Psychology in 2008. Additionally, in 2004
he received the APA Senior Career Award for
Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public
Interest and in 1999 he was named recipient of the APA
Division 12 Distinguished Contributions to Research in
Clinical Child Psychology Award and the Division 37
Nicholas Hobbs Award for Significant Contributions to
Child Advocacy and Social Policy. He has published over
400 articles, books, and journal Special Issues that have
had far-reaching impact on developmental theory as well
as science, policy, and practice related to child
maltreatment, depression, mental retardation, and
numerous other domains of development. Dr. Cicchetti is
the founding and current Editor of Development and
Psychopathology. Cicchetti, D., Rogosch, F. A., Gunnar,
M. R., & Toth, S. L. (2010). The differential impacts of
early physical and sexual abuse and internalizing
problems on daytime cortisol rhythm in school-aged
children. Child Development, 81(1), 252-269 Cicchetti, D.,
Rogosch, F. A., Sturge-Apple, M., & Toth, S. L. (2010).
Interaction of child maltreatment and 5-HTT
polymorphisms: Suicidal ideation among children from
low-SES backgrounds. Journal of Pediatric Psychology,
35(5), 536-546.

Leader: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Biography: Jeanne BrooksGunn, Ph.D., is the Virginia and
Leonard Marx Professor of Child
Development and Education at
Teachers College and the
College of Physicians and
Surgeons at Columbia University
and she directs the National
Center for Children and Families
(www.policyforchildren.org). She
is interested in factors that
contribute to both positive and
negative outcomes across childhood, adolescence, and
adulthood, with a particular focus on key social and
biological transitions over the life course. She designs
and evaluates intervention programs for children and
parents (Early Head Start, Infant Health and
Development Program, Head Start Quality Program).
Other large-scale longitudinal studies include the Fragile
Families and Child Well-being Study and the Project on
Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (co-PI of
both). She is the author of 4 books and more than 350
publications. She has been elected into the Institute of
Medicine of the National Academies and she has
received life-time achievement awards from the Society
for Research in Child Development, American Academy
of Political and Social Science, the American
Psychological Society, American Psychological
Association and Society for Research on Adolescence.
Brooks-Gunn, J., & Markman, L. B. (2005). The
contribution of parenting to ethnic and racial gaps in
school readiness. Future of Children, 15, 139-168.
Leventhal, T., Selner, P., O'Hagan, M., Brooks-Gunn, J.,
Bingenheimer, J., & Earls, F. (2004). The Homelife
interview for the project on human development in
Chicago neighborhoods: Assessment of parenting and
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executive functions and academic and mental health
outcomes. Much of her work is based on a "YES, YOU
CAN" premise. That is, even though a child appears not
to be able to do or understand something, if we only we
ask the question differently or teach the concept
differently, the child can succeed. She created and
organizes a popular biennial conference on "Brain
Development and Learning," that brings together people
from all corners of the globe and diverse disciplines and
professions.

(Event 3-095) Lunch with the Leaders
Ravenna B (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

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Leader: Susanne Denham
Biography: Susanne Denham is an
applied developmental psychologist
and University Professor of
psychology at George Mason
University, with M.A. from The
Johns Hopkins University and Ph.D.
from University of Maryland,
Baltimore County. Her research on
emotional competence in children's
social and academic functioning has
been funded by NIMH, NICHD, IES,
WT Grant Foundation, and John
Templeton Foundation. She is author of two books and
numerous scholarly articles. Along with participation on
several editorial boards, Denham is current editor of Early
Education and Development. She has served on APA's
Division 7 Executive Committee and Working Group on
Children's Mental Health. She strongly espouses a
philosophical stance fitting with BSA participation:
Development and application of scientific psychology to
enhance human potential through research-based
practice and practice-informed research.

Leader: Jacquelynne Eccles
Biography: Jacquelynne S.
Eccles is the McKeachie/Pintrich
Distinguished University
Professor of Psychology and
Education at the University of
Michigan, as well as a Senior
Research Scientist at the Institute
for Social Research at the
University of Michigan. She is
Director of the Gender and
Achievement Research Program
at ISR and editor of
Developmental Psychology. Over the past 30 years, Prof.
Eccles has conducted research on a wide variety of
topics including gender-role socialization, teacher
expectancies, classroom influences on student
motivation, and social development in the family and
school context. In the 90s, Prof. Eccles served as Chair
of the Advisory Committee for the Social, Behavioral and
Economic Directorate at the National Science
Foundation, and Chair of the MacArthur Foundation
Research Network on Successful Pathways through
Middle Childhood. She was Associate Editor of the
journal Child Development and editor of the Journal for
Research on Adolescence. She is past president of the
Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA) and Division
35 of APA, president elect of Divison 7 of APA, and has
served on the faculty at Smith College, the University of
Colorado, and the University of Michigan. Her work has
been honored by several awards including the Kurt Lewin
Memorial Award for "outstanding contributions to the
development and integration of psychological research
and social action" from the Society for the Psychological
Study of Social Issues; life time achievement awards from
SRA, Division 15 of the American Psychological
Association, the American Psychological Society, the
Society for the Study of Human Development, and the
Self Society; the Bronfennbrenner Award for Research
from Division 7 of the APA; and the APA Lifetime Award
for Service in Supporting Psychological Research. She
has received honorary degrees from the Catholic
University of Louvain, Belgium and the University of Laval
in Quebec City, Canada. Finally, she is a member of the
National Academy of Education a World Scholar at the
University of London, and Visiting Professor at the
University of Tubingen, Germany.

Leader: Adele Diamond
Biography: Adele Diamond is the
Canada Research Chair Tier 1
Professor of Developmental
Cognitive Neuroscience in the
Psychiatry Department at University
of British Columbia, Vancouver. Her
work integrates developmental,
cognitive, neuroscience, and
molecular genetic approaches to
examine fundamental questions
about the development of the
cognitive control abilities that rely on
prefrontal cortex (the "executive functions" such as
inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive
flexibility). Research studies in Adele's lab examine the
modulation of these abilities by biology (genes and
neurochemistry, including gender differences in this),
their modulation by the environment (including
detrimental factors such as poverty and facilitative ones
such as school programs), how they become derailed in
disorders (as in ADHD or autism), effective interventions
and treatments for preventing or ameliorating such
disorders, and educational implications. Most recently
she has turned her attention to the possible roles of
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populations. She has served on the editorial boards of
many prestigious academic journals, including Child
Development, Development and Psychopathology, Infant
Behavior and Development, Infancy and Human
Development, and she was the senior Editor of
Developmental Psychology from 2004 to 2010. She was
a member of the MacArthur Foundation Network:
"Successful Pathways Through Middle Childhood" from
1994-2002. She was the Chair of the Committee on
Racial and Ethnic Issues for the Society for Research on
Child Development (SRCD) from 1991-1993 and from
2001-2005. She served on the SRCD Governing Council
from 1996-2002 and is currently on the Steering
Committee of the Society for the Study of Human
Development. She will be the president of that group
starting in 2010. She is currently the Chair of the Faculty
Executive Committee at Brown University. In addition,
she has co-edited several books including The
Psychosocial Development of Puerto Rican Women;
Puerto Rican Women and Children: Issues in Health,
Growth and Development; Mothering Against the Odds:
Diverse Voices of Contemporary Mothers; and Nature
and Nurture: The Complex Interplay of Genetic and
Environmental Influences on Human Behavior and
Development. Dr. Garcia Coll was the 2009 recipient of
the SRCD "Cultural and Contextual Contributions to Child
Development" award. Her current research seeks to
document and explain the immigrant paradox in
education and behavior as evidenced by U.S. children
and adolescents. Dr. García Coll's latest book, Immigrant
Stories (Oxford, 2009) details the developmental contexts
of 3 Rhode Island immigrant groups. Her forthcoming
edited book, Is becoming American a Developmental
Risk, will be published in the spring of 2011.

Biography: Richard Fabes
is the Dee and John
Whiteman Distinguished
Professor of Child
Development and the
Founding Director of the
School of Social and
Family Dynamics at
Arizona State University.
He received his PhD in
child development from
Oklahoma State University. His research interests include
children's adaptation to school, peer relationships,
emotional development, and gender and adjustment. His
current research projects include several large interdisciplinary enterprises, including a school-based
intervention project designed to promote positive
relationships between boys and girls
(http://sanfordharmonyprogram.org), and research and
translational projects focused on gender development
and relationships (http://livesofgirlsandboys.org), and the
transition to kindergarten (http://kindergartenproject.org).
Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Martin, C. L., Moss, A.,
Reesing, A. (in press). The effects of young children's
affiliations with prosocial peers on subsequent
emotionality in peer interactions. British Journal of
Developmental Psychology. Available at:
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.2044835X.2011.02073.x/full Halpern, D. F., Eliot, L., Bigler, R.
S., Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Hyde, J., Liben, L. S., &
Martin, C. L. (2011). The pseudoscience of single-sex
schooling. Science, 333, 1706-1707.

Leader: Aletha Huston
Biography: Aletha C. Huston,
Ph.D., is the Priscilla Pond
Flawn Regents Professor of
Child Development at the
University of Texas at Austin.
She holds a Ph.D. and M.A in
psychology from the University
of Minnesota, and a B.A., from
Stanford University. She
specializes in understanding the
effects of poverty on children
and the impact of child care and
income support policies on children's development. She
is a Principal Investigator in the New Hope Project. Her
books include Higher Ground: New Hope for the Working
Poor and Their Children; Children in Poverty: Child
Development and Public Policy; Big World, Small Screen:
The Role of Television in American Society; and
Developmental Contexts in Middle Childhood: Bridges to
Adolescence and Adulthood. She has received the Urie
Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime Contributions to
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(Event 3-096) Lunch with the Leaders
Ravenna C (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

3-096. Lunch with the Leaders SaturdayTables 9, 10, & 11
Leader: Cynthia Garcia Coll
Biography: Cynthia García Coll
is the Charles Pitts Robinson
and John Palmer Barstow
Professor of Education,
Psychology and Pediatrics at
Brown University. She received
her Ph.D. in Developmental
Psychology from Harvard
University in 1982. She has
published extensively on the
sociocultural and biological
influences on child development
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Developmental Psychology, the Nicholas Hobbs Award
for Research and Child Advocacy, and the SRCD award
for Contributions to Child Development and Public Policy.
She was President of the Society for Research in Child
Development from 2005-07, and is the incoming
President of the Consortium of Social Science
Associations (COSSA). For a current list of publications,
visit http://www.utexas.edu/research/critc

populations. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of
North America, 16, 341-356, 2007.

Leader: Liliana Lengua
Biography: Liliana Lengua, Ph.D. is a child clinical
psychologist, a professor of psychology at the University
of Washington, director of the UW
Center for Child and Family WellBeing, and mother of 3 children.
She is an internationally recognized
expert on children's vulnerable and
resilient responses to stress,
demonstrating how families,
parenting and children's
temperament contribute to
children's responses to stress. She
is also recognized for her research
on the effects of economic
disadvantage and family adversity on children's
developing self-regulation and adjustment. She has been
the principal investigator of several federally funded
research projects and is the author of over 50 published
papers. Lengua, L. J., Bush, N., Long, A. C., Trancik, A.
M., & Kovacs, E. A. (2008). Effortful Control as a
Moderator of the Relation between Contextual Risk and
Growth in Adjustment Problems. Development &
Psychopathology, 20, 509-528. Lengua, L. J., & Wachs,
T. D. (2012). Temperament and Risk: Resilient and
Vulnerable Responses to Adversity. In M. Zentner & R.
Shiner (Eds.), The Handbook of Temperament. Guilford
Press.

Leader: Silvia Koller
Biography: Silvia H. Koller is a Full
Professor and Chair of the Center
for Psychological Studies of Street
Youth in the Department of
Psychology at the Universidade
Federal do Rio Grande do Sul,
Porto Alegre, Brazil . She was
named Honorary Professor at
Universidad de Chiclayo and
Universidad Autónoma del Peru,
Peru, and as the 2010 the Society
for Research on Adolescence (SRA) International Fellow,
and the 2010 Association of Psychological Societies
Fellowship. She was the president of the Brazilian
Association for Research and Graduate Studies in
Psychology and of the Brazilian Society of Developmental
Psychology. Currently, she is the Editor-in-Chief of the
Interamerican Journal of Psychology and of the Brazilian
Journal Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica (Psychology). She
serves on the Executive Committee and as Ad Hoc
Representative of Latin America of the International
Society for Research in Behavioral Development
(ISSBD). Dr. Koller also served on the Executive Board of
the Interamerican Society of Psychology (SIP). Her
research focuses primarily on positive developmental and
applied psychology, ecological development, children's
rights, resilience, and prosocial moral development. Her
research/intervention has been supported by the Kellogg
Foundation, the World Childhood Foundation (WCF), the
World Bank, Every Child, and various Brazilian agencies.
Dr. Koller's papers have been published in several
international and Brazilian journals, and she has lectured
at many universities around the world. Her research team
has been collaborating with North-American, South
American, and European researchers. She participates in
several programs that have an international dimension,
including a program to provide services to child victims of
violence and their families that has been implemented in
Rio Grande do Sul (www.psicologia.ufrgs.br/cep_rua) and
Peru (http://www.everychild.org.uk/peru) and a program
(PAIR) aimed at combating sexual violence against
children and youth within the Mercosul nations (Brazil,
Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay)(http://pair.ledes.net).
Raffaelli, M., Koller, S. H., & Morais, N. A. Assessing the
development of Brazilian street youth. Vulnerable
Children and Youth Studies, 2, 154-164, 2008. Koller, S.
H., & Lisboa, C. S. de M.. Brazilian approaches to
understanding and building resilience in at-risk

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Kirkland (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

3-091. Lunch with the Leaders SaturdayTables 12, 13 & 14
Leader: Lynn Liben
Biography: Lynn Liben is
Distinguished Professor of
Psychology at Penn State
where she also holds faculty
appointments in College of
Health & Human Development
and in the College of Education.
One focus of her research is on
spatial cognition, its
development, and on how
individual differences in spatial
cognition are relevant for science education. Illustrative is
research examining children's and adults' success in
identifying locations and directions on maps, and adults'
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success in mapping geological data (e.g., see Liben, L. S.
(2009). The road to understanding maps. Current
Directions in Psychological Science, 18, 310-315.) She
has used this line of work to help design educational
programs for television, museums, and classrooms. A
second focus is on gender development, gender
stereotypes, and how these influence educational and
occupational goals (e.g., see Hilliard, L. J., & Liben, L. S.
(2010). Differing levels of gender salience in preschool
classrooms: Effects on children's gender attitudes and
intergroup bias. Child Development, 81, 1787-1798). At
the intersection of her interests in spatial and gender
development are current projects examining the impact of
spatial-skills training on middle-school students' STEM
achievement and interests, and the reasons that boys
consistently achieve greater success than girls on the
National Geographic Bee. Liben is President-Elect of
SRCD, former President of the Piaget Society and of the
Developmental Psychology Division of APA, and past
Editor of Child Development and of the Journal of
Experimental Child Psychology. She is a Fellow of the
American Psychological Association, the Eastern
Psychological Association, the Association for
Psychological Science, and the American Educational
Research Association. Her research has been funded by
NSF, NICHD, NIE, and the National Geographic Society.
Dr. Liben earned her B.A. at Cornell University and her
Ph.D. at the University of Michigan, both in psychology.

Early Childhood Fund and the founder of Global Leaders
for Young Children, sponsored by the World Forum
Foundation.

Leader: Valerie Maholmes
Biography: Valerie Maholmes,
Ph.D., CAS, is currently the
Program Director for the Social and
Affective Development /Child
Maltreatment and Violence
Research Program in the Child
Development and Behavior Branch
at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver
National Institute of Child Health
and Human Development (NICHD).
In this capacity, she provides
scientific leadership on research
and research training relevant to normative social,
affective, and personality development in children from
the newborn period through adolescence, and on the
impact of specific aspects of physical and social
environments on the health and psychological
development of infants, children, and adolescents. Before
joining the NICHD, she was a faculty member at the Yale
Child Study Center where she served in numerous
capacities including director of research and policy for the
School Development Program. In 1999 she was named
the Irving B. Harris Assistant Professor of Child
Psychiatry-an endowed professorial chair for social
policy. In 2003, Dr. Maholmes was awarded the
Executive Branch Science Policy Fellowship sponsored
by the Society for Research in Child Development and
the American Association for the Advancement of
Science. Selected Publications: Maholmes, V., &
Lomonaco, C. (2010). Applied Research on Child and
Adolescent Development: A Practical Guide. Mahwah,
NJ: Taylor & Francis. Maholmes, V., & Prinz, R. (2009a).
Children Exposure to Violence. Clinical Child and Family
Psychology Review. 12, 1-2. Price, L., & Maholmes, V.,
(2009). Understanding the nature and consequences of
children's exposure to violence: Research perspectives.
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. 12, 65-70.
Maholmes, V., Nicholson, CE, Haverkos, L., Boyce, C
(2008). Research Directions in Child Neglect and
Exposure to Violence. Protecting Children. 22, 10-17
Esposito, L, McCune, S., Griffin, J., & Maholmes, V (in
press). Directions in Human-Animal Interaction Research:
Child Development, Health and Therapeutic
Interventions. Child Development Perspectives.
Maholmes, V., & King, R (in preparation). Oxford
Handbook on Child Development and Poverty. New York,
NY: Oxford University Press.

Leader: Joan Lombardi
Biography: Joan Lombardi, Ph.
D. is a leading national and
international expert on child
development and social policy.
Over the past 40 years Dr.
Lombardi has made significant
contributions in the areas of child
and family policy as an innovative
leader and policy advisor to
national and international
organizations and foundations
and as a public servant. She currently serves as an
advisor to the Buffett Early Childhood Fund and as a
Senior Fellow for the Bernard van Leer Foundation. Dr.
Lombardi served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for
Early Childhood Development for the Obama
Administration in the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services (2009-2011). Earlier in her career she
also served in various positions during the Clinton
Administration (l993-1998) including as the Deputy
Assistant Secretary for Policy and External Affairs in
Administration for Children and Families and as the first
Commissioner of the Child Care Bureau. Outside of
public service, Dr. Lombardi was the founding chair of the
Birth to Five Policy Alliance, established by the Buffett

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on the faculty of the Institute of Child Development at
Minnesota, where she served as Director from 19992005. Masten's research focuses on understanding
processes that promote competence and prevent
problems in human development, with a focus on
resilience and pathways to adaptation in the context of
adversity. She directs the Project Competence studies of
risk and resilience, including studies of normative
populations and high-risk children exposed to war, natural
disasters, homelessness, and the stress of immigration.
Her recent prevention research work is focused on
training executive function skills in high-risk preschoolers
to promote school success. Dr. Masten has published
widely on themes of competence, resilience, and
developmental psychopathology. The recipient of
numerous honors and teaching awards, she is often
invited to speak and consult at the national and
international level. She is President-Elect of the Society
for Research in Child Development and also serves on
the Board on Children, Youth and Families of the
National Academies.

(Event 3-092) Lunch with the Leaders
Leschi (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

3-092. Lunch with the Leaders SaturdayTables 15, 16 & 17
Leader: Carol Martin
Biography: Carol Martin, Ph.D. is
a Professor of Social and Family
Dynamics at Arizona State
University. Her research interests
include gender development, the
development of positive gender
relationships, and the role of
gender and sex segregation in
school and psychological
adjustment. She also studies
children's peer networks and how
experiences with peers influence
children's behavior and thinking. With Dr. Diane Ruble,
she has written chapters on gender typing for the
Handbook of Child Psychology, and an article in the
Annual Review of Psychology. Dr. Martin is one of the
Directors of the Lives of Girls and Boys Enterprise, which
involves a group of researchers and educators interested
in exploring research questions related to promoting
positive gender relationships. To learn more about this
project, visit the Lives webpage at
http://www.livesofgirlsandboys.org. This research is being
used in real world settings: Dr. Martin works with a team
of researchers and educators on the Sanford Harmony
Project, which is developing an intervention to improve
gender relationships among children and adolescents.
View a video on this project
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBd-4HJA0hk. To
learn more about this project, visit the Sanford Project
webpage at http://thesanfordschool.clas.asu.edu/.
Halpern, D., Eliot, L., Bigler, R. S., Fabes, R. A., Hanish,
L. D., Hyde, J., Liben, L. S., & Martin, C. L. (2011,
September 23). The pseudoscience of single-sex
schooling. Science, 1706-1707

Leader: Stephen Russell
Biography: Stephen T. Russell is
Interim Director of the John and
Doris Norton School of Family and
Consumer Sciences at the
University of Arizona. He is also
Distinguished Professor and Fitch
Nesbitt Endowed Chair in Family
and Consumer Sciences, and
Director of the Frances McClelland
Institute for Children, Youth, and
Families. Stephen conducts
research on adolescent pregnancy
and parenting, cultural influences on parent-adolescent
relationships, and the health and development of lesbian,
gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth. He
received a Wayne F. Placek Award from the American
Psychological Foundation (2000), was a William T. Grant
Foundation Scholar (2001-2006), a Distinguished
Investigator of the American Foundation for Suicide
Prevention (2009-2011), a board member of the National
Council on Family Relations (2005-2008), and was
elected as a member of the International Academy of Sex
Research in 2004. He is President of the Society for
Research on Adolescence. Toomey, R. B., Ryan, C.,
Diaz, R. M., Card, N. A., & Russell, S. T. (2010). GenderNonconforming Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Youth: School Victimization and Young Adult
Psychosocial Adjustment. Developmental Psychology.
Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0020705
Russell, S. T., Sinclair, K. O., Poteat, V. P., & Koenig, B.
(2012). Adolescent health and harassment based on
discriminatory bias. American Journal of Public Health,
102(3), 493-495.

Leader: Ann Masten
Biography: Ann S. Masten is
Distinguished McKnight
University Professor at the
University of Minnesota. After
graduating from Smith College,
Masten worked at the National
Institute of Mental Health until
she began graduate work in
clinical psychology at
Minnesota. She completed her
Ph.D. in 1982, with a minor in
child development and
internship year at UCLA. Since 1986, Masten has been

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Pittsburgh Medical Center and at the Sackler Institute for
Developmental Psychobiology at Weill Medical College of
Cornell University in New York. She joined the faculty at
the University of Minnesota in 2002. Her training and
research interests lie in neurobehavioral development,
including the development of learning, memory, attention
and emotion processing in both typically developing and
at-risk populations. One focus of projects in her
laboratory is the development of memory and attention
systems in children experiencing pre- or perinatal risk
factors, including prematurity, low birth weight, or prenatal
iron deficiency and hypoxia. Her laboratory uses both
cognitive behavioral methods as well as structural and
functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques
to investigate the development and plasticity of neural
systems supporting cognition and emotion. Most recently,
Dr. Thomas and her students have begun studies of
adolescent cognitive and emotion regulation through
collaborations with colleagues addressing the impact of
both specific life experiences and individual differences in
genetics. Examples include studies examining the role of
early deprivation and genes regulating brain growth
factors on learning and brain development in
adolescence, effects of adolescent substance use on
memory and reward systems in the adolescent brain, and
the development and functioning of neural systems
supporting emotion regulation in adolescents with major
depression or a history of early maltreatment.

(Event 3-093) Lunch with the Leaders
Medina (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 11:40 am - 1:00 pm

3-093. Lunch with the Leaders SaturdayTables 18, 19 & 20
Leader: Jennifer Silk
Biography: Jennifer S. Silk is
an Assistant Professor in the
Departments of Psychiatry
and Psychology at the
Western Psychiatric Institute
and Clinic in the University of
Pittsburgh School of
Medicine. Her research
focuses on the social affective
neuroscience of anxiety and
depression in youth. The goal
is to identify affective
vulnerabilities for anxiety and depression in youth and to
understand how social processes, such as parenting and
peer acceptance/rejection, interact with these
vulnerabilities. She also is interested in the role of
adolescent development in the trajectory of anxiety and
depression; in developing methods to measure affective
vulnerabilities in more socially relevant, ecologically valid
ways; and using information from this research to
improve treatment. Her work utilizes a combination of
methodologies including Ecological Momentary
Assessment, pupilometry, behavioral observation, and
functional neuroimaging. Key Publications: Silk J. S.,
Steinberg L., Morris A. S. (2003) Adolescents' emotion
regulation in daily life: Links to depressive symptoms and
problem behavior. Child Development, 74(6), 1869-1880.
Silk J. S., Dahl R.E., Ryan N. D., Forbes E. E., Axelson
D. A., Birmaher B., Siegle G. J. (2007) Pupillary reactivity
to emotional information in child and adolescent
depression: Links to clinical and ecological measures.
American Journal of Psychiatry, 164(12), 1873-1880.

Leader: Hirokazu Yoshikawa
Biography: Hirokazu Yoshikawa
is Professor of Education at the
Harvard Graduate School of
Education. He is a developmental
and community psychologist who
conducts research on the
development of children in the
U.S., China, and Chile. He
focuses on the effects of public
policies, particularly those related
to parental employment, poverty
and early childhood care and
education, on children of diverse ethnic and immigrant
backgrounds. He is currently working on a clusterrandomized experimental evaluation of Un Buen
Comienzo, an initiative in Chile to strengthen preschool
children's language, literacy, and health through a twoyear teacher professional development program. He is
also a PI of the Center for Research on Culture,
Development and Education. He received the Boyd
McCandless Award for early career contributions to
developmental psychology, from Division 7 of the
American Psychological Association (APA), and received
three other early career awards from divisions of the
APA. He serves on the Board on Children, Youth and
Families of the National Academy of Sciences, the
Scholars Selection Committee of the William T. Grant
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Leader: Kathleen Thomas
Biography: Kathleen Thomas,
Ph.D., is an Associate Professor
and McKnight Presidential Fellow in
the Institute of Child Development
at the University of Minnesota. She
completed her doctoral degree in
child psychology with a minor in
neuroscience in 1997 from the
University of Minnesota, and went
on to postdoctoral training in
pediatric neuroimaging under the
mentorship of B. J. Casey. Dr.
Thomas spent five years conducting research in
developmental cognitive neuroscience at Western
Psychiatric Institute and Clinic at the University of

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Foundation, and the Board of Zero to Three. He regularly
consults to NGO's and foundations, such as the World
Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and
UNICEF, regarding early childhood development and
programs. He has edited two recent volumes, Making it
Work: Low-Wage Employment, Family Life, and Child
Development (Russell Sage, 2006, with Thomas S.
Weisner and Edward Lowe) and Toward Positive Youth
Development: Transforming Schools and Community
Programs (Oxford, 2008, with Marybeth Shinn), which
received an award for best edited volume from the
Society for Research in Adolescence. He also co-edited a
recent issue of New Directions in Child and Adolescent
Development, entitled "Beyond the Family; Social
Contexts of Immigrant Children's Development" (2008,
with Niobe Way). He is author of the forthcoming book,
entitled Immigrants Raising Citizens: Undocumented
Parents and Their Young Children (Russell Sage).

(Event 3-098) Paper Symposium
Cedar AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-098. School Contexts in the Middle Years:
Facilitating Developmental and School
Transitions
Chair: Elise Cappella
Discussant: Joseph P. Allen
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Navigating Transitions in the Middle Years: The Role
of School Context
Ha Kim, Elise Cappella, Edward Seidman

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Classroom Climate from Elementary School to
Middle School: Variation over Time and Across
Classroom Settings
Maria LaRusso, Joshua Brown, Stephanie Jones, J.
Lawrence Aber

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Influence of School Level Variables on Academic
Outcomes
Shannon Knoblauch, David Henry

Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-097) Paper Symposium
Aspen (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-099) Paper Symposium
Issaquah AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-097. Longitudinal Relations between Fine
Motor Skills, Executive Functions, and
Early Academic Achievement: An
International Symposium

3-099. Neurophysiological correlates of
social-emotional processing in clinical and
high-risk samples: ERP and neuroimaging
evidence.

Chair: Claudia M. Roebers
Discussant: Frederick J. Morrison
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Chair: Isabel Soares

Relations between Executive Function, Fine Motor
Skills, and Academic Achievement in
Prekindergarten Children
Derek Becker, Robert Duncan, Alicia Miao, Megan
McClelland
Visuomotor skills compensate for poor inhibitory
control in predicting preschool readiness
Claire Cameron, Laura Brock, Bridget Hatfield,
Elizabeth Cottone, Elise Rubinstein, Jennifer
Locasale-Crouch, David Grissmer, Barkot Tesema
The Role of Fine Motor Skills, Executive Function,
and intelligence for early school achievement: A
Swiss Longitudinal Study
Claudia Roebers, Marianne Roethlisberger, Patrizia
Cimeli, Regula Neuenschwander, Katja Jäger

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Neuroimaging correlates of fusiform face area in
Williams syndrome - a combined MRI and DTI study
Ana Osório, Cristiana Vasconcelos, Montsé
Férnandez, Elena Garayzábal-Heinze, Mavilde
Arantes, Óscar Gonçalves, Adriana Sampaio



Semantic incongruence detection following linguistic
or musical cues in children with autism spectrum
disorders: do the N4 and LPP potentials indicate
delayed processing?
Paulo Boggio, Claudia Valasek, Tatiane Ribeiro,
Ludovico Minati
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The role of attachment disordered behaviors on the
neural processing of face familiarity in
institutionalized children: an ERP study
Ana Mesquita, Ana Osório, Lisandra Fernandes, Ines
Fachada, Paula Oliveira, Jay Belsky, Isabel Soares



Effects of Interparental Conflict on Functional Neural
Networks during Infancy: A Resting State Functional
Connectivity MRI Study
Alice Graham, Philip Fisher, Damien Fair, David
Grayson, Corinne Stevens, Jennifer Pfeifer



Behavioral and neurophysiological responses of
foster children and a control group to familiar and
strange persons.
Gottfried Spangler, Melanie Kungl, Ina Bovenschen,
Katja Nowacki



Using graph theory and neuroimaging to inform
typical and atypical brain organization in developing
populations
Damien Fair, David Grayson, Siddharth Ray, Swathi
Iyer, Joel Nigg

(Event 3-100) Paper Symposium
Redwood AB (Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 2nd Floor)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-102) Paper Symposium
Room 203 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-100. Under the Microscope: A Closer
Examination of DRD4

3-102. Systems at the interface: The casestudy of small- and large-number
representations in early development

Chair: April G. Thomas
Discussant: Julia Dmitrieva

Chair: Lisa Cantrell



DRD4 Polymorphism Moderates the Effect of Alcohol
Consumption on Social Bonding in Young Social
Drinkers
Kasey Creswell, Michael Sayette



Dissociation between small and large numerosities in
newborn infants
Aurelie Coubart, Arlette Streri, Elizabeth Spelke,
Veronique Izard



A Gene-by-Environment Approach to Adolescent
Substance Use: Examining the D4 DopamineReceptor Gene (DRD4)
April Thomas, Elizabeth Cauffman



Signal Clarity for Infant Quantity Representation
Lisa Cantrell, Ty Boyer, Sara Cordes, Linda Smith



Infants show ratio-dependent discrimination
regardless of set size
Ariel Starr, Melissa Libertus, Elizabeth Brannon



Integration of children's acquisition of verbal number
with non-verbal number systems
Emily Slusser, Anna Shusterman



Genetic basis of the behavioral inhibition and
approach systems (BIS/BAS): The role of DRD4 and
neighboring genes
Anna Hsu, Xuemei Lei, Chuansheng Chen, Robert
Moyzis

(Event 3-101) Paper Symposium
Room 201 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-101. New Frontiers in Developmental
fMRI: Brain Functioning and Connectivity in
Infancy and Childhood
Chair: Alice M. Graham
Discussant: Nim Tottenham


Processing the Emotional Environment: Assessing
Children's Neural Activity to Affective Prosody
Pamela Cole, Anna Engels, Mirella Maggi, Amanda
Thomas, Rick Gilmore

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(Event 3-103) Federal Agency Paper Symposium
Room 204 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-103. Federal Support for Early Learning
and Development Research: Determining
Your Match with Agency Initiatives and
Priorities

(Event 3-105) Paper Symposium
Room 206 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Martha Moorehouse
Panelists: Caroline Ebanks, Joan McLaughlin, Ann
Rivera, James Griffin, Belinda Sims

3-105. Building the Cooperative Mind:
Components of Sibling and Parent-Child
Interaction that Build Cooperation

Integrative Statement: Multiple federal agencies and
departments support research on young children and
their families that address a broad array of issues related
to early learning and development, in order to advance
science, policy and practice. Some agencies support
primarily basic science, efficacy and effectiveness
research (e.g., impact of prenatal exposures on early
development and functioning; efficacy of early
intervention to improve school readiness), while other
agencies support primarily research addressing policy,
practice, and services including evaluation of specific
programs (e.g., evaluating the effectiveness of Home
Visiting programs for at-risk children and families). During
this session, representatives from federal agencies that
support research for young children will discuss current
priorities, opportunities and initiatives within their agency
and how participants may determine fit or match with their
own research interests and aims. The session will be
chaired by the Director of the Children and Youth Policy
Division in the office of the Assistant Secretary for
Planning and Evaluation, within the Department of Health
and Human Services. Panelists from the National
Institutes of Health, Department of Education, and
Administration for Children and Families will participate.

Chair: Jennifer Jenkins

(Event 3-104) Paper Symposium
Room 205 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-104. Pathways to Adaptation: SelfRegulation and Ecological Assets
Chair: G. John Geldhof
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Exploring the Potential Mechanisms Between
Residential Mobility and Academic Achievement
Sara Schmitt, Jennifer Finders, Megan McClelland



The Relation Between Self-Regulation and Parenting
and Hopeful Future Expectations Among Icelandic
Youth
Steinunn Gestsdóttir

Important Nonparental Adults and Positive Youth
Development: The Role of Youth Self-Regulatory
Strengths
Edmond Bowers, G. John Geldhof, Kristina Schmid,
Christopher Napolitano, Kelly Minor, Jacqueline
Lerner

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Children's Understanding of Emotion Mediates the
Relation Between Mind-Mindedness and Theory of
Mind
Charles Fernyhough, Elizabeth Meins



Social Disadvantage, Parenting, and Social
Cognition in the Second Year
Mark Wade, Chris Moore, Janet Astington, Kristen
Frampton, Jennifer Jenkins



The Effect of Sibship Size on Early Child Language:
Sibling Scaffolding as a Protective Factor
Heather Prime, Michal Perlman, Jennifer Jenkins



Siblings' Understanding of the Process of Teaching
Shireen Abuhatoum, Sandra Della Porta, Nina Howe

(Event 3-106) Paper Symposium
Room 211 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-108) Paper Symposium
Room 2B (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-106. The Development of Action
Understanding and Goal Inference

3-108. Development and Socialization of
Emotions in Infancy From Interdisciplinary
Perspectives

Chair: Jeff Loucks
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Chair: Manfred Holodynski
Discussant: Linda Camras

Experience Shapes Infants' Understanding of
Collaboration Goals
Annette Henderson



Motionese Promotes Toddlers' Imitation
Rebecca Williamson, Rebecca Brand



Children's Memory for Action Sequences is
Organized by Goals
Jeff Loucks, Andrew Meltzoff



Exact imitation as a product of goal inference: When
actions have irrelevant, arbitrary movements,
implementing these movements is seen as part of
the actors' goal
Adena Schachner, Susan Carey

(Event 3-107) Paper Symposium
Room 2A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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

Inferring Infant and Mother Smiling Preferences in
Early Interaction (and a Robotics Application)
Daniel Messinger, Alan Fogel, Paul Ruvolo, Javier
Movellan



Culture-Specific Pathways of Smiling in the First
Three Months of Life: A Longitudinal Cross-Cultural
Comparison of Infant-Mother Interactions from rural
Cameroon and urban Germany
Viktoriya Wörmann, Manfred Holodynski, Joscha
Kärtner, Heidi Keller

3-109. Understanding the development of
anxiety in youth: Applications from
cognitive developmental neuroscience

Chair: Simona Ghetti

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The Epigenesist of Wariness of Heights
Joseph Campos, Audun Dahl, Ichiro Uchiyama, Mika
Ueno, Moeke Ueno, David Anderson, David
Witherington, Laure Lejeune, Marianne Barbu-Roth

(Event 3-109) Paper Symposium
Room 303 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-107. "When in Doubt, Ponder!" How
Attending to Uncertainty Shapes
Preschoolers' Learning and Decision
Making

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Chair: Tomer Shechner
Discussant: Amanda E. Guyer

Asking for Help: How Subjective Uncertainty and
Helper's Quality Guide Preschoolers' DecisionMaking
Christine Coughlin, Simona Ghetti
News You Can(t) Trust: Anchoring to Inaccuracy
Increases Skepticism in Preschoolers
Kristen Lyons, Jason Cowell, Michal Reifen Tagar,
Melissa Koenig
Eye-tracking evidence regarding how preschoolers
manifest selective learning in different contexts
Mark Sabbagh, Annette Henderson
Can preschoolers use their own uncertainty to
recognize uncertainty in others? Evidence from a
future forecasting task
Liat Sayfan, Kristin Lagattuta

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The Frontolimbic System and Attention Bias to
Threat in Behaviorally Inhibited Children
Bradley Taber-Thomas, Jillian Hardee, Santiago
Morales, Eran Auday, Koraly Perez-Edgar



Hyperactivation in Amygdala and VLPFC in Healthy
and Anxious Adolescents Contemplating Peer
Evaluation
Johanna Jarcho, Adrienne Romer, Eric Nelson,
Daniel Pine



Early Temperament in Infancy Predicts Impaired
Behavior and Neural Responses to Fear
Conditioning and Extinction in Young Adults
Tomer Shechner, Nathan Fox, Jamie Mash, Carolyn
Spiro, Melanie Hong, Daniel Pine, Jennifer Britton

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(Event 3-110) Paper Symposium
Room 307 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-110. Parents' Child Care Decision-making
and Selection: Proximal and Distal
Contributors to the Process and Choice

(Event 3-112) Paper Symposium
Room 310 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Laura S. Sosinsky
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Oppositional Defiance and Optimism as Moderators
of the Relationship between Organized Activity
Involvement and Youth Functioning
Sabrina Kataoka, Deborah Vandell

Developmental Differences in Selection into Early
Education Programs
Rebekah Coley, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Melissa
Collins, Portia Miller

3-112. Outcomes of Child Care: Evidence
from the UK, Australia, and Norway
Chair: Henrik D. Zachrisson
Discussant: Eric Dearing

Parental Selection of Profiles of Infant Child Care
Quality, Quantity, and Type of Setting
Laura Sosinsky, Se-Kang Kim

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Profiles of Child Care Decision-Making: Analysis of a
Low-Income Sample in Minnesota
Nicole Forry, Kathryn Tout, Tabitha Isner, Paula
Daneri

Child Care in Infancy and Social Behaviors in the
Millennium Cohort Study
Sylvana Côté, Orla Doyle, Amélie Petitclerc



A Qualitative Study of Child Care Choices among
Low-Income Parents of Children with Special Needs
and Dual Language Learners
Heather Sandstrom

The Long-Term Implications of Early Education
Programs for Australian Children
Caitlin Lombardi, Rebekah Coley, Jacqueline Sims,
Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

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Child Care Quality and Language Development in
Norway
Imac Zambrana, Henrik Zachrisson

(Event 3-111) Paper Symposium
Room 308 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-111. Longitudinal Studies of Participation
in Structured Activities and Other Out-ofSchool Settings and Youth Developmental
Outcomes
Chair: Kim M. Pierce
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Narrowing the Achievement Gap: Consistency and
Intensity of Structured Activities during Elementary
School
Anamarie Auger, Kim Pierce, Deborah Vandell



Relating Quality of Out-of-School Structured
Activities at Grade 6 and Age 15 to Socioemotional
Outcomes at the End of High School
Weilin Li, Deborah Vandell



Personal Characteristics as Moderators of Links
between Intensity of Participation in Structured
Activities, Unsupervised Time with Peers, and Paid
Employment and Adolescents' Reports of Aggression
Kenneth Lee, Deborah Vandell

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(Event 3-113) Paper Symposium
Room 3A (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-115) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-1 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-113. Moderators of Head Start Program
Impacts: Reanalysis of the Head Start
Impact Study

3-115. Mechanisms and Moderators of the
Relation between Family Conflict and
Children's Health

Chair: Katherine Magnuson

Chair: Rachel G. Lucas-Thompson
Discussant: Megan Gunnar

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Does "Skill Beget Skill" for the Experimental Effect of
Head Start?
Elizabeth Gershoff, Kelly Purtell

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Does Head Start Work? A Comparison to Other
Child Care Arrangements
Fuhua Zhai, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Jane Waldfogel



Do Head Start impacts vary by neighborhood
context? A study of the Secondary Analysis of
Variation in Impacts Head Start Center
Pamela Morris, Dana McCoy, Maia Connors, J.
Lawrence Aber, Hirokazu Yoshikawa



Do Elementary School Experiences Play a Role in
Hindering or Promoting the Persistence of Head
Start Impacts on Children?
Jason Downer, Andrew Mashburn

(Event 3-114) Roundtable
Room 400 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-114. Positive Youth Development Among
Racial-Ethnic Minorities: Constructing a
Healthy Sense of Self, Others, and
Community
Moderator: Dawn Witherspoon
Panelists: Niobe Way, Enrique Neblett, Emilie
Smith, Vivian Tseng

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Conflict and Synchrony: Understanding WithinFamily Patterns of HPA Axis Activation During
Family Conflict
Darby Saxbe, Michelle Ramos, Esti Iturralde, Lauren
Shapiro, Aubrey Rodriguez, Gayla Margolin



Longitudinal Relations between Marital Conflict and
Children's Sleep: The Role of Emotional Insecurity
Ryan Kelly, Mona El-Sheikh

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Marital Conflict, Attention to Anger, and Anxiety
Rachel Lucas-Thompson

behavioral and developmental contributors are used as
sources for deriving novel interventions and (b)
intervention research is used to develop hypotheses
about and/or confirm mechanisms. Their major current
focus is sleep problems in adolescence. Dr. Harvey has
been the recipient of numerous awards including an
Honorary Doctorate from the University of Orebro,
Sweden. Her research is funded by NIMH and NICHD.
Dr. Harvey serves on numerous editorial boards and she
is an Associate Editor for SLEEP.

(Event 3-116) Invited Paper Symposium
Room 4C-2 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-116. Sleep in Adolescence: Pathways,
Targets and Treatments
Chair: Allison G. Harvey
Integrative Statement: Lack of sleep exacts a weighty
negative toll on the lives of too many children and
teenagers. Among youth, inadequate sleep and sleep
disorders have been linked to poorer health, poorer
academic performance, poorer self-regulation, greater
use of substances, greater tendency for impulsivity, more
depression and anxiety, greater emotional instability and
more aggressive, risky and antisocial behavior. Hence, a
public health priority is to identify mechanisms that
contribute to sleep problems and develop and test
interventions to improve sleep. The good news is that
evidence is starting to accrue that sleep problems can be
readily addressed with a range of powerful and simple
psychosocial-behavioral interventions. Within an
overarching developmental framework, the speakers in
this symposium present new findings that elucidate
mechanisms contributing to sleep problems in youth and
provide empirical data on novel treatments. We focus on
sleep in adolescence because of the interesting mix of
biological and social/psychological contributors.
Biologically, the onset of puberty triggers a change
toward a distinct evening preference in a proportion of
teens. Also, across adolescence there is a temporal gap
between the development of brain regions involved in
behavior regulation and cognitive control and the brain
regions controlling emotional processing and behaviors
associated with reward/punishment. Unfortunately these
are same regions that are most sensitive to insufficient
sleep. Socially and psychologically there are so many
impediments to sleep, including the use of social media in
bed, the growing importance of peer relationships and
first romantic relationships (and the associated sleepinterfering worry-rumination).

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Double Trouble? The effects of sleep deprivation and
evening chronotype on emotional risk in adolescents
Allison Harvey

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Targeted Behavioral Therapy (TBT) for Children with
Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Integrated
Treatment of Sleep and Anxiety
Candice Alfano

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Treating Sleep in Early Adolescents with Anxiety:
Implications for Improving Affective Development
Dana McMakin

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Treating Insomnia to Improve Youth Depression
Outcomes: Pilot Results
Greg Clarke

(Event 3-117) Invited Views by Two
Room 4C-3 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-117. Translational Social Neuroscience:
What Can We Learn From 'Emerging'
Autism?
Moderator: Connie Kasari
Neural Developmental Genomic, Cellular and
Cortical Organization Defects that Lead to
Autism

Biography: Allison Harvey is a
Professor of Clinical Psychology at
the University of California,
Berkeley. After completing her
training in Sydney, Australia, Dr.
Harvey joined the faculty in the
Department of Experimental
Psychology, University of Oxford.
In 2004 she moved to Cal. Dr.
Harvey's team aim to develop
more effective treatments for
psychiatric and health problems by (a) applying a multisystems and mechanisms-focused framework in which
basic science findings on cognitive, affective, biological,

Panelist: Eric Courchesne
Abstract: The early neural defects that cause autism
remain unknown, but their signature is likely to most
evident during the first years of life when clinical
symptoms are emerging. This lecture highlights the many
new findings about the neural and genomic abnormalities
in autism at young ages. It contrasts brain pathology at
young ages versus adult ages in autism. Evidence
supports three phases of brain development pathology in
autism: a phase of early brain overgrowth in some
percentage of toddlers, then arrest of growth and finally
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degeneration in some percentage of cases. Early brain
overgrowth is present in a large percentage of toddlers
with autism and it is a key to uncovering the neural bases
for emergence of autistic behavior as well as identifying
causes. We discovered a 67% excess neuron number in
prefrontal cortex in autism, a region important for social,
communication, language and cognitive functioning. This
striking defect is one cause of early brain overgrowth in
autism. We have also discovered abnormal functioning of
specific gene networks in prefrontal cortex, and these
abnormalities help explain aspects of prenatal and
postnatal neural maldevelopment in autism. The resulting
maldevelopment of cortical patterning and wiring may
lead to exuberant local and short distance cortical
interactions that impede the function of long-distance
interactions between brain regions. Since large-scale
networks underlie socio-emotional and communication
functions, such alterations in brain architecture could
relate to the early clinical manifestations in autism. As
such, autism may additionally provide unique insight into
genetic and developmental processes that shape early
neural wiring patterns and make possible higher-order
social, emotional and communication functions that
epitomize humans.

Redefining Autism: Developmental Derailment
of Normative Processes of Socialization
Panelist: Ami Klin
Abstract: An estimated 300 to 500 genes may impact
etiology of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) but no single
molecular marker defines the diagnosis. Instead,
diagnosis depends upon the emergence of overt
symptoms of social disability, which in turn depend upon
deviations from social-cognitive behaviors that are not
typically present until after infancy. In this presentation,
ASD is re-defined as the behavioral outcomes resulting
from progressive derailments of foundational
mechanisms of socialization, a process that 1. begins
from as early as the 2nd to 3rd month of life, and 2. may
be multi-factorial in its etiology. A hypothesis is outlined
according to which heterogeneity of syndrome
presentation is at least in part determined by ‘dosage' and
‘timing' of the early derailment of processes that would
typically canalize social development. More speculatively,
it is also hypothesized that deviations in early social
experience also progressively impact on profiles of gene
expression and brain specialization.
Biography: Ami Klin, Ph.D. is the director of the Marcus
Autism Center and Georgia
Research Alliance Eminent
Professor and Chief, Division of
Autism and Related Disorders at
the Emory University School of
Medicine. He obtained his Ph.D.
from the University of London, and
completed clinical and research
post-doctoral fellowships at the
Yale Child Study Center. He
directed the Autism Program at the
Yale Child Study Center, Yale
University School of Medicine until 2010, where he was
the Harris Professor of Child Psychology & Psychiatry.
The Marcus Autism Center, an NIH-designated Autism
Center of Excellence, is one of the largest centers of
clinical science in the country, providing a broad range of
diagnostic and treatment services, and an
interdisciplinary program of research in clinical science.
Dr. Klin's primary research activities focus on the
development of social mind and brain, and on various
other aspects of autism from infancy through adulthood.

Biography: Eric Courchesne,
Professor of Neurosciences in the
School of Medicine at the
University of California San Diego
(UCSD) and Director of the UCSD
Autism Center. He is a leading
expert on brain structural and
functional abnormalities associated
with autism. His Autism Center has
identified biological and behavioral
markers of autism that will allow for
earlier diagnosis and treatment by integrating behavioral,
developmental, genetic, neuroanatomical and
neurofunctional findings. MRI studies have identified
structures that are abnormal at infancy in autism and
elucidated patterns of abnormal growth from infancy
through adulthood. His MRI study of longitudinal
development in ASD during the first years of life was
named one of the Top Ten Autism Research Studies of
2010 by the IACC. FMRI studies have established links
between autistic symptoms in infants and toddlers and
the brain sites responsible for them. Studies of brain
tissue have discovered in children with ASD 67% excess
numbers of prefrontal neurons, dysregulation of genetic
mechanisms that control neuron numbers and patterning,
and cellular and laminar defects in the frontal cortex. His
research has been published in JAMA, Science, Lancet
and the New England Journal of Medicine and is
supported through grants from NIH, Autism Speaks, the
Simons Foundation and the Emch Foundation.

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(Event 3-118) Paper Symposium
Room 4C-4 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-118. Keeping the Child in Mind:
Broadening the Study of Parental MindMindedness to Diverse Populations
Chair: Ann Easterbrooks
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(Event 3-120) Paper Symposium
Room 603 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Maternal Mind-mindedness as a Socio-cognitive
Trait: Temporal and Measurement Stability and
Relations With Maternal Characteristics
Catherine McMahon, Frances Gibson, Anna-Lisa
Camberis, Sinead Berry

3-120. Exploring change in children's
developmental outcomes over time:
community, state/province, and
international stability

The Psychosocial Context of Mind-Mindedness
Among Adolescent Mothers at High Social Risk
Ann Easterbrooks, Claudia Miranda-Julian, Maryna
Raskin, Jana Chaudhuri

Chair: Magdalena Janus

Maternal Mind-Mindedness Protects Children
Against Behavioral Difficulties Specifically in the
Context of Low Socio-Economic Status
Elizabeth Meins, Luna Muñoz-Centifanti, Charles
Fernyhough
Paternal Contributions to Child Impulse Control
Capacities: The Role of Paternal Mind-mindedness
Jessica Laranjo, Annie Bernier, Christine Gagne,
Célia Matte-Gagné

(Event 3-119) Paper Symposium
Room 602 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Improving Teacher-child Interaction Quality for
Preschoolers Displaying Disruptive Behaviors:
Examining the Impacts of Banking Time
Amanda Williford, Jennifer Locasale-Crouch, Jessica
Whittaker, Kate Matthew

Using Micro-Simulation to Investigate the "Reliability
of Change Over Time" for Aggregated Child
Development Scores
Barry Forer, Martin Guhn, Bruno Zumbo

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Measuring and reporting change over time in
children's developmental health at school entry in
Ontario, Canada using a collaborative methodology
Eric Duku, Magdalena Janus

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Measurement of change in the EDI within Australia:
strategies to communicate community level change
in developmental vulnerability
Tess Gregory, Sally Brinkman

3-121. When Avoidance Helps and Problem
Solving Hurts: Understanding Children's
Coping in the Context of Significant
Environmental Risk

Chair: Amanda P. Williford
Discussant: Robert Pianta
Relationship-Focused Reflection: Effects on
Teachers' Supportive Behaviors and Children's
Emotional Security and Task Engagement
Helma Koomen, Debora Roorda, Jantine Spilt

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(Event 3-121) Paper Symposium
Room 604 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-119. Promoting Positive Teacher-Child
Relationships to Improve Young Children's
Behavioral Adjustment

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Effects of a Two-Component Intervention on
Teacher-Child Relationships and Behavioral
Adjustment of Externalizing Preschoolers
Hilde Colpin, Caroline Vancraeyveldt, Sofie Wouters,
Sanne Van Craeyevelt, Wim Van den Noortgate,
Karine Verschueren

Chair: Martha E. Wadsworth
Discussant: James Garbarino
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African American Male Adolescents Coping with
Exposure to Community Violence
Noni Gaylord-Harden

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How Different Types of Coping do and do not Confer
Adaptive Advantages for Children Facing Significant
Environmental Risk
Martha Wadsworth
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Coping in the Context of Maltreatment
Yo Jackson

(Event 3-122) Paper Symposium
Room 605 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-122. Children's and Adolescents' DomainSpecific Evaluations Of Socialization,
Parenting, and Family Life Across Cultures

"At least your intentions were good": Children's and
adolescents' conversations with their mothers about
transgressions in the moral domain
Holly Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb, Stacia Bourne,
Monisha Pasupathi

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American and Chinese Children's Evaluations of
Personal Domain Events and Resistance to Parental
Authority
Judi Smetana, Courtney Ball, Mun Wong, Jenny Yau

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Japanese Adolescents' Disclosure to Parents: Family
Decision-Making, Domain of Activity, and Well-Being
Larry Nucci, Judi Smetana, Noriyuki Araki, Masataka
Nakaue, Jessamy Comer

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Integrating Cognitive & Social Development: The
View from Theory Theory
Henry Wellman

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Integrating Cognitive & Social Development: The
View from Core Knowledge Theory
Elizabeth Spelke

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Integrating Cognitive & Social Development: The
View from Shared Intentionality
Michael Tomasello

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Integrating Cognitive & Social Development: The
View from Social Development
Carol Dweck

3-125. Parent Psychopathology and Child
Externalizing Behaviors: Trajectories,
Contextual Influences, and Predictors of
Service Receipt
Chair: Alice S. Carter
Discussant: Alice S. Carter

Chair: Julia Felton

Prospective Relations Between Co-Rumination,
Rumination, Depressive Symptoms, and Stress: A
Transactional Model
Julia Felton, David Cole

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(Event 3-125) Poster Symposium
Room 608 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-123. Investigations into the Causes and
Consequences of Co-Rumination: The
good, the bad, and the sad.

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Co-Rumination and Positive Friendship Quality: The
Role of Receiving Relationship Provisions
Amanda Rose, Rebecca Schwartz-Mette, Gary Glick,
Rhiannon Smith

Chair: Michael Tomasello

(Event 3-123) Paper Symposium
Room 606 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

A Laboratory Investigation of Co-Rumination,
Problem Solving, and Distraction
Jeffrey Ciesla, Kelsey Dickson, Laura Reilly, Kate
Zelic

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3-124. Integrating Cognitive and Social
Development

Adolescent Expectations for Decision Making by
Social Domain: Longitudinal Study of Chilean
Adolescents and its Implications for Behavioral
Autonomy
Patricio Cumsille, Viviana Rodriguez, M. Loreto
Martinez, Nancy Darling

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Contagion of Depressive Symptoms within
Adolescent Social Networks: The Role of CoRumination
Lindsey Stone, Brandon Gibb

(Event 3-124) Paper Symposium
Room 607 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Judi Smetana
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The Reciprocal Influences of Maternal Distress and
Children's Externalizing Behavior Across Infancy and
Toddlerhood
Shirley Poyau, Margaret Briggs-Gowan, Alice Carter
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Preventing Kindergarten Externalizing Behaviors:
Examining Opportunities for Intervention with
Families of Toddlers
Amy Heberle, Sarah Krill, Margaret Briggs-Gowan,
Alice Carter

(Event 3-127) Paper Session
Room 610 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-127. Language Development: Mono- Biand Multi-Lingualism

It Takes a Village: The Protective Role of Social
Support in the Relation Between Parent Emotional
Distress and Parenting Behavior
Sarah Krill, Amy Heberle, Margaret Briggs-Gowan,
Alice Carter

Chair: Janet F. Werker

The Buffering Effects of Pride and Optimism in the
Relationship Between Parent Stress and Child
Externalizing Behaviors
Sara Kaplan-Levy, Christine Sorensen, Diane
Benevides, Abbey Eisenhower
The Complex Relationship between Young
Children's Externalizing Behaviors and Parents' Help
Seeking Behavior
Nick Mian, Melissa Maye, Alice Carter

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Dual-Language Control in Bilingual Children During
Cued and Voluntary Language Switching
Megan Gross, Margarita Kaushanskaya

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Second language word learning—comparing
translation and immersion approaches for toddlers
and school-aged children
Jie Chen, Twila Tardif

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Dual Language Profiles of Young, Latino ChildrenAssociations of Cognitive, Environmental, Academic
and Linguistic Factors
Brian Collins, Claudio Toppelberg

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A cat is also called a zabe! Monolingual and
multilingual infants ability to acquire a second
category label
Padmapriya Kandhadai, D. Geoffrey Hall, Janet
Werker

(Event 3-126) Poster Symposium
Room 609 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-126. Development of Social Competence
in Boys of Color
(Event 3-128) Paper Symposium
Room 611 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Chair: Oscar Barbarin
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Development of Psycho-social Competence in
African-American and Latino Boys: Effects of Early
Childhood environments
Oscar Barbarin

3-128. Finding the Words: New Approaches
to Vocabulary Assessment
Chair: Sudha Arunachalam
Discussant: Erika Hoff

From Higher-Order Thinking to Higher-Order
Behavior: Exploring the Relationship between Early
Cognitive Skills and Social Competence in Black
Boys
Kristin Scott
Academic and Aggressive Behaviors and Popularity
Perceptions among Boys of Color During the
Transition to Middle School
Hongling Xie, Molly Dawes, Tabitha Wurster

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The Role of Cognitive Skills and Maternal Mood in
the Socio-Emotional Resilience of Black Boys
Jeffrey Brown

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Parental Practices and Their Impact on Preschoolers'
Pre-academic Skill Level and Social Competence: A
Comparison Study
Esther Jean-Baptiste

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Finding the Action: A Method for Assessing Verb
Comprehension Using Dynamic Stimuli
Haruka Konishi, Yueyue Fan, Hilary Miller, Roberta
Golinkoff, Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek

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Eye-Gaze Measures for Assessing Verb Vocabulary
in Toddlers
Sudha Arunachalam

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Developmental Changes in Language Processing in
Infants at High Risk for ASD
Meia Chita-Tegmark, Helen Tager-Flusberg, Charles
Nelson

(Event 3-129) Paper Symposium
Room 612 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

(Event 3-131) Paper Symposium
Room 614 (Washington Convention Center)
Saturday, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

3-129. Controlling Parenting across
Cultures: Mediating and Moderating
Mechanisms

3-131. The Development of Face
Perception: Roles of Experience
Chair: Catherine J. Mondloch

Chair: Qian Wang

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The Effects of Visual Deprivation on the
Development of Face Expertise: Lessons from
Bilateral Congenital Cataracts
Daphne Maurer, Catherine Mondloch, Terri Lewis,
Sidney Segalowitz, Adelaide de Heering, Cheryl
Grady, Jane Dywan

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Why are Chinese Mothers More Controlling than
American Mothers? "My Child is My Report Card"
Florrie Ng, Eva Pomerantz, Ciping Deng

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Parental Psychological Control and University
Students' Emotional Wellbeing in China and the US:
Self-Construal as a Moderator
Qian Wang, Yan Li, Yongjuan Li, Chunlei Fan

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Early Infant Experience Influences Perceptual
Processing in Childhood
Hillary Hadley, Charisse Pickron, Lisa Scott

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Maternal Control and Children's Adjustment: The
Roles of the Cultural and Situational Contexts
Maayan Davidov, Naama Atzaba-Poria

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Cultural Variation in University Students' Perceptions
of Child versus Parental Decision-Making
Duane Rudy, Kennon Sheldon, Yaoran Li,
Shanmukh Kamble, Xi Bi

Development of Visual Preference for Own- Versus
Other-Race Faces in 3-, 6- and 9-Month-Olds: An
Eye-Tracking Study
Wen Xiao, Shaoying Liu, Yueyang Zhang, Paul
Quinn, Hui Chen, Liezhong Ge, Olivier Pascalis,
Kang Lee

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The Organization of 5-Year-Olds' Face Space: Early
Experien