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Society for Research in Child Development
2015 Biennial Meeting
March 19-21
Pre-conferences: March 18
Complete Program Schedule

Pennsylvania Convention Center and the
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

CONTENTS
Event Numbers (0-000). 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Missing numbers represent sessions that have been cancelled or posters that were withdrawn.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 Message .......................................................................................................................................... 3
On-Site Information ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Wednesday ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Thursday ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
Friday ............................................................................................................................................................ 88
Saturday ..................................................................................................................................................... 175
Author Index .............................................................................................................................................. 269
Subject Index .............................................................................................................................................. 433

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2015 Program Co-Chairs’ Welcome
We are delighted to welcome you to the 2015 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child
Development, being held in Philadelphia – a city brimming with history, museums, architecture, national
landmarks, cultural events, a number of notable “firsts” (zoo, hospital, computer, newspaper, medical school), the
celebrated sports teams Phillies, Eagles, and 76’ers, and rich culinary traditions -- cheesesteak sandwiches,
pretzels and beer. [Okay, we realize that there is much more to the cuisine of Philly than these comfort foods, but
truthfully - aren’t those enough?]
So, as you reserve your room, prepare your talks and presentations, book your flight, and pack your bags, be sure
to take the time to carefully review the exciting program that is in store. You will want to plan your itinerary to
accommodate as many cutting-edge talks, poster sessions, and special events as possible, while still finding time
to socialize with friends and take in the sights. As you will see, the 2015 SRCD Biennial Meeting follows the
tripartite emphasis of Ancient Greek philosophers on mind, spirit, and body.
For the Mind:
The foremost objective of the biennial conference is to stimulate the intellect so that we all return to our labs and
institutions reinvigorated and motivated to take developmental science to the next step. As co-chairs, we designed
an invited program that spans developmental domains and levels, including epigenetics, brain processes and
development, children of war, ethnic and racial identity, gender development, learning from videogames, afterschool program effects, conceptual development, moral development, bio-ecological models, positive youth
development, ASD, culture and development, immigration, obesity and food preferences, moral development,
behavioral coding, statistics, and global developmental research. Additional details on all sessions can be found
on the website.
This year’s program is structured around the tried-and-true formats of Invited Addresses, Symposia, and
Conversation Roundtables. We are especially excited to introduce some new formats that promise to facilitate
dialogue and collaboration, support students and junior scholars, and advance the four priority areas of SRCD’s
strategic plan -- diversity, interdisciplinary science, international representation, and policy. The new formats
include:
(1) A stand-alone poster session and reception on Friday night that contains cutting-edge research related to
the four priority areas. (We are indebted to the SRCD Committees on Ethnic and Racial Issues, and
Equity and Justice, for suggesting and helping to initiate this new format.)
(2) State-of-the-Art presentations that focus on the how-to’s of research.
(3) Views-by-Two presentations that offer complementary perspectives on a theme.
(4) Sessions that address the public face of science – including research-media collaboration and “taking
science to the streets”.
(5) Follow-up sessions to State-of-the-Art and Views-by-Two formats where presenters and SRCD members
can engage in dialogue around a topic area in smaller, intimate groups in adjacent break-out rooms.
The follow-up sessions will offer opportunities to students and early career scientists (and the many seniors
among us) to converse and share ideas with leaders in the field. Follow-up sessions have been intentionally
scheduled before lunch and at the end of each day to avoid conflict with other sessions you wish to attend. Since
the last newsletter, which listed follow-up sessions, we have added a breakout to the Saturday symposium chaired
by Diane Hughes (with Enrique Neblett, Rob Sellers, and Tiffany Yip) on methodological approaches to the study
of racial/ethnic dynamics. We hope that you will participate in these small-group discussions and provide us with
feedback that will help Ariel Kalil and Nick Allen as they plan for SRCD 2017.

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For the Spirit:
The biennial meeting is jam packed with social events where you can connect with old friends and make some
new ones. For those of you who arrive early, there will be an informal Meet-N-Greet reception on Wednesday
from 5-7 p.m. near the registration desks. A breakfast reception will kick off the meeting on Thursday morning
right before Lynn Liben’s presidential address. There is the traditional Thursday evening reception in the Grand
Hall where you are sure to indulge in some great food and enjoy “Music through the Decades”, as well as a
reception that will accompany the Friday night poster session on the strategic plan. These social events provide
ample time to socialize and renew the spirit just about every day.
For the Body:
We are all aware of the hazards of a sedentary lifestyle, and therefore should collectively thank Lynn Liben for
guaranteeing plenty of time to dance to some great tunes at the Thursday evening reception. Of course, for those
needing additional exercise, there is much to see as you wander the streets of Philadelphia and enjoy its museums,
restaurants, and landmarks. If time is tight, which is often the case; there is always the hotel gym.
A Final Thanks.
Of course, the anticipated success of SRCD 2015 is only possible because of the many people who dedicated
countless hours working behind-the-scenes over the past 2+ years. We especially thank the staff at the Ann Arbor
office - Anne Perdue, Hailey Buck, Casey Irelan and Lonnie Sherrod – who provided hours of support, guidance,
and planning for the invited program, submitted program, and special events. Their openness to new ideas,
constant advice, instrumental assistance, and timeliness in responding to our questions was invaluable. We are
grateful to members and chairs of the SRCD Program Committees, the Governing Council, and to President Lynn
Liben for generating many exciting ideas for sessions and potential speakers. Finally, we are indebted to the Panel
Chairs and Reviewers (listed on www.srcd.org) who were charged with the difficult task of reviewing over 5,000
submissions to settle on 4,273 acceptances for the submitted program. The breadth and depth of the final program
in its entirety is a tribute to the collaborative energy shared among all of us – it indeed took a village.
Jeff Lockman & Cathie Tamis-LeMonda

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On-Site Information
Registration Hours:
The registration desk is located in the Pennsylvania
Convention Center Bridge on Level 2.
The registration desk will be open:
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Wednesday, March 18
Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Saturday, March 21

Networking Rooms:
Networking rooms are available for informal gatherings
and topic-based discussions.
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8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Capacity for these rooms is approximately 40 people and
do not have any AV. An online reservation link will be
posted online here: http://srcd.org/meetings/biennialmeeting/site-information under “Networking Rooms”.

Exhibitor Hours:
Located in Exhibit Hall A, exhibitors will be available
during the following times:
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Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Saturday, March 21

Pennsylvania Convention Center: Room 105A
Marriott Philadelphia Downtown: Room 501

Speaker Ready Rooms:
The speaker-ready rooms are located in both the
Pennsylvania Convention Center and Marriott
Philadelphia Downtown. The rooms are equipped with a
screen, projector, and tables and chairs.

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
8:30 AM - 5:30PM

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Wireless Internet:
WiFi is available only in the Exhibit Hall A of the
Pennsylvania Convention Center and in the Overlook
Cafe (3rd floor above the registration area. WiFi is also
available at no charge to the attendees who booked hotel
rooms through the SRCD hotel block and the many hotel
public spaces.
The Internet Lounge will be available in Exhibit Hall A.
The lounge will have 24 computers available for use
during the Exhibit Hall hours.

Pennsylvania Convention Center: Room 102 B
Marriott Philadelphia Downtown: Room 308

Available:
 Thursday, March 19
 Friday, March 20
 Saturday, March 21

7:00 AM - 6:30 PM
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
7:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Child Care Information:
Child Care will be provided by KiddieCorp and located in
the Marriott Philadelphia Downtown. After registering for
child care, your confirmation email will include room
locations.

Job Board:
The Job Board will be located in the registration area in
the Internet Lounge (center of the Exhibit Hall). To post a
job opportunity, bring completed copies of the Job Board
Form with you to Philadelphia. The form is available on
our website.

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Wednesday, March 18
Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Saturday, March 21

8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

The child care rate is $10 per hour per child. Each child
must be registered for a minimum of two consecutive
hours. The deadline to register your child for child care is
February 17, 2015. There is no drop-in service available.
Please follow the link to
register https://www.kiddiecorp.com/srcdkids.htm.

Coat Racks:
Coat racks are available at no charge at the Marriott
Philadelphia Downtown.
Food and Coffee Outlets:
Coffee outlets will be available throughout each day of
the meeting. Ample seating (for dining and networking) is
available in Exhibit Hall A and on the 3rd floor of the
Pennsylvania Convention Center (Overlook Cafe).
Reading Market is right across the street as well.

Nursing Mothers:
Private nursing rooms are available at the Pennsylvania
Convention Center (Room 107 A) and Marriott
Philadelphia Downtown (Room 302). They are open
during regular meeting hours.

SECC Hospitality Room:
Located in Room 303 A and B of the Pennsylvania
Convention Center, this room is an informal meeting
place for networking opportunities, temporary poster
storage, and coffee/tea/water. All student and early career
attendees are welcome!

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WEDNESDAY

SRCD Developmental Science Teaching Institute
Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Marriott Philadelphia Downtown, Franklin Hall 1 & 2
Registration: Regular - $110 and Student/Early Career - $65
*Cancel by March 1, 2015 (11:59 PM EST) for full refund of event ticket.
*Attendance will be capped at 175.

Inaugural Presidential Pre-Conference: Equity and Justice in Developmental Sciences
with support from SRCD and the W.T. Grant Foundation
Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (Reception to follow), Marriott Philadelphia Downtown,
Grand Ballroom - Salon I
Registration (includes working lunch)
Member: Regular - $50, Early Career - $30, Student - $15,
Nonmember: Regular - $70, Early Career - $50, Student - $35
*Cancel by March 1, 2015 (11:59 PM EST) for full refund of event ticket.
*Attendance will be capped at 100.

The Edward Zigler Policy Preconference: Restoring Opportunity for Children in the Face of Income and
Educational Inequality
Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 4:00pm – 7:00 pm, Marriott Philadelphia Downtown,
Grand Ballroom - Salon E
Registration: Regular - $40 and Student/Early Career - $20
*Cancel by March 1, 2015 (11:59 PM EST) for full refund of event ticket.
*Attendance will be capped at 150.
The Zigler Policy Preconference will begin at 4:00 pm with a welcoming reception that is being jointly held
with attendees of the SRCD Inaugural Presidential Preconference on Equity and Justice Developmental
Sciences. The program for the Zigler Policy Preconference will begin at 4:30 pm.

Additional information on preconferences and other special events available at:
http://srcd.org/meetings/biennial-meeting/preconferences-other-special-events
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THURSDAY
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Infant Crossmodal Attention: Exogenous Visual-tactile Cuing
Effects at 7 months of age
Jannath Begum Ali, Luke Mason, Rhiannon Laura Thomas,
Jose Van Velzen, Andrew J. Bremner

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Infant attentional control skills moderate the influence of
maternal responsiveness on the development of response
inhibition
Selin Zeytinoglu, Susan D Calkins, Martha Ann Bell

4

Stop-signal inhibition in pre- and post-intervention struggling
readers
Mary Abbe Abbe Roe, Joel Eduardo Martinez, Jeanette A
Mumford, Jenifer J Juranek, Leonel A Olmedo, Russell A
Poldrack, Sharon R Vaughn, Jack M Fletcher, Jessica Church

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(Event 1-002) Presidential Address
Ballroom AB (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 8:45am-9:45am

Reaching Behavior in Numeric Comparison Task Reflects
Mental Number Line in 5-6-Year-Olds
Christopher Daniel Erb, Jeff Moher, Joo-Hyun Song, David M
Sobel

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1-002. Presidential Address: We’ve Come a Long Way,
Baby! (But We’re Not There Yet.)
Speaker: Lynn S Liben

A Model of Infant Preference Based on Prediction Error: How
does motor development influence on perception?
Yukie Nagai

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Are you looking where I'm looking? Examining the relationship
between parent and infant attention to emotions using eyetracking.
Alison Heck, Robin K Panneton

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Unique associations between behavioral inhibition and
performance on an emotion priming visual search task
Kelley E Gunther, Leena Owens, Sara Haas, Nathan A Fox

9

Executive Function in Deaf Children: Is Sign Language a
Protective Factor?
Matt Hall, Heather Bortfeld, Inge-Marie Eigsti, Diane C. LilloMartin

10

Developmental and Individual Differences in Automatic
Processing of Negative Information
Kristen Weede Alexander, Summerlynn Anderson, Lindsey Pitts,
Nancy Hafer, Heidi Vivienne Mendenhall, Karen M O'Hara

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Working Memory Gating Mechanisms Provide a Key to
Understanding Developmental Change in Rule-Guided
Behavior
Kerstin Unger, Christopher Chatham, Laura Ackerman, Julio
Cesar Luna-Delgado, David Badre, Dima Amso

12

A Short Executive Function Training Program Improves
Working Memory in Preschoolers
Emma Blakey, Daniel Carroll

13

Infants’ Selective Exploration Following Surprising Events
Aimee E Stahl, Lisa Feigenson

14

Links Between Autonomic Activity, Implicit Learning, and
Risky Decision Making
Alissa Forman-Alberti, Ana Katrina Aquino, Ben Benjamin
Hinnant

Thursday, 8:00am-8:45am
(Event 1-001) Reception
Ballroom AB (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 8:00am-8:45am
1-001. Opening Breakfast Reception
This reception precedes the Presidential Address and all are
welcome! Please come and mingle with friends, meet new
people, and enjoy coffee and breakfast before gathering to hear
Lynn Liben's Presidential Address.

Thursday, 8:45am-9:45am

Integrative Statement: As developmental scientists, we are well
aware that if we compare an individual at two points in time separated
by some 50 or 60 years, we would see many dramatic differences. If
we examine a professional society (e.g., SRCD) or a broader societal
context (e.g., the United States) over similar time spans, we would
likewise see dramatic differences. Working within the domain of
gender, I will illustrate dramatic changes over large swaths of time,
focusing especially on changes related to educational and
occupational opportunities and outcomes. By drawing on observations
of contemporary times and controversies—especially those
surrounding single-sex education—I will argue that although we
(individuals, SRCD, and U.S. society) have come a long way toward
gender equity, we have not arrived there yet. Many of the genderrelated claims and recommendations about child-rearing and
education made today are surprisingly reminiscent of those made
more than a century ago. For developmental theory and research to
allow us to travel farther along the path to “there” we will need not
only excellent science, but also greater awareness of diverse
conceptualizations of gender, the role of human values, and the
processes involved in research-to-policy transfer.

Thursday, 9:55am-11:10am
(Event 1-003) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 9:55am-11:10am
1-003. Poster Session 1
Attention, Learning, Memory
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Biological Processes

The Emergence of Social Attention: Maintenance and
Disengagement of Attention to Social and Nonsocial Events
from 3 to 6 Months
James Torrence Todd, Kasey C. Soska, Amanda Costales,
Lorraine E Bahrick

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Ethnicity and Externalizing Symptoms in Early Childhood: The
Protective Role of the PNS
Chelsea Grace Nehler, Jean-Louis Gariepy, Jacek Kolacz,
Cathi B Propper

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16

Academic Importance Predicting Heart Rate Reactivity to
Academic Situations: The Moderating Role of Hostile
Attribution Biases
Megan Kurmin, Nicole Lafko, Dianna K Murray-Close

17

Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Moderates the Association
between Child Reported Neglect and Adjustment
Kristen Rudd, Sara R. Berzenski, Tuppett M. Yates

18

Recovery of EEG Alpha Rhythm Power Following Foster Care
Intervention in Previously Institutionalized Children
Ross E Vanderwert, Charles H Zeanah, Nathan A Fox, Charles
A. Nelson

19

Unpredictability potentiates the neural processing of errors in
adolescents
Brittany Speed, Greg Hajcak Proudfit

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Genetic variance in COMT moderate the relation between
externalizing problems and fractional anisotropy in youth
Matthew Carroll, S. Alexandra Burt, Karoline Papiez, Hilary
Marusak, Moriah Thomason
Parent and Peer Relationships Moderate the Association
Between Adolescent Depressive Symptoms and HPA
Dysregulation
Kelly Miller, Gayla Margolin, Lauren A. S. Shapiro, Adela C
Timmons
The Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) in Toddlers: NapDependent Effects on the Diurnal Secretory Pattern
Rebekah C. Tribble, Julia Dmitrieva, Sarah E Watamura,
Monique K. LeBourgeois

30

"Lift Here": How Tool Features and Orientation Affect
Grasping Choices
Jane Hirtle, Amy Needham, Sarah Wiesen

31

The Use of Representational Means in Scientific Activity and in
the Articulation of Scientific Knowledge by Kindergarten
Children
Esther Adi-Japha

32

Affordance of Visuospatial Constructive Play Objects in
Optimizing Spatial Thinking Skills: A Theoretical Perspective
Daniel Ness, Stephen J. Farenga

33

Is Drawing Talent a Splinter Skill?
Jennifer E Drake, Ellen Winner

34

Working Memory Training in Adolescents Decreases
Laboratory Risk Taking in the Presence of Peers
Gail Rosenbaum, Morgan Botdorf, Laurence Steinberg, Jason
Chein

35

Affective Decision-Making in Adolescents: Influences of Social
Stimuli, Anxiety, and Mood
Madeline B. Harms, Kathleen M Thomas

36

The Concurrent Validity of Korean-Wechsler Preschool &
Primary Scale of Intelligence-IV
Hyewon Park Choi, Jinsuk Lee

37

The Discriminant Validity of Korean-Wechsler Preschool &
Primary Scale of Intelligence-IV
Hyewon Park Choi, Songyi Kim, Yeuhong Yoon

38

Reaction times and strategy selection in mental calculation: A
different statistical approach.
Sara Caviola, Irene C. Mammarella, Massimiliano Pastore

39

Preschoolers’ Core Number Abilities Predict Emerging Math
Competence; A Latent Profile Approach
Sarah Gray, Robert A Reeve

40

Numerical and area discrimination in Down syndrome
Roberto A. Abreu-Mendoza, Natalia Arias-Trejo

41

Predicting Mathematical Performance via Neurocomputational
Models
Richard Prather

42

Optimistic, Self-Enhancing, and Boastful: Young Children’s
Expectations About Knowledge Acquisition Over One Year
Kristi Lynn Lockhart, Mariel Kathryn Goddu, Anika Binner,
Carolyn Lasch, Helena Wippick, Frank C Keil

43

Hard Work, Drive, or Talent? How children reason about the
causes of scholastic success.
Ashley Jo Thomas, Barbara W Sarnecka

44

Children's Causal Knowledge of Illness Predicts Avoidance
Behavior
Katy-Ann Blacker, Vanessa LoBue

45

Differences in Young Children’s Counterfactual Thinking in
Physical and Psychological Domains
KEITO NAKAMICHI

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Children with Autism have an Exceptional Explanatory Drive
M.D. Rutherford, Francys Subiaul

Cognitive Processes
23

Me or an expert? The role of feedback on children’s
understanding of who should answer different kinds of
questions
Sydney Rowles, Candice Mills, Amelia Dawne Pflaum, Ian
Campbell

24

Is it Mommy or a Witch? Preschoolers’ Ability to Discriminate
Fantasy and Reality is Influenced by Overall and Primed
Fearfulness
Aleksandra Petkova, Kathleen M Cain

25

The Effect of Anthropomorphic Media on Children’s
Knowledge of Trains
Hui Li, Katherine Boguszewski, Angeline Lillard

26

Children’s and adults’ beliefs about the impact of parentage and
nutrition on weight
Lakshmi Raman

27

Infants’ Understanding of the Physical Properties of People
Kimberly Brink, Henry M. Wellman

28

The role of object identification and individuation in
preschoolers
Sarah Weidman, Katie Aguayo, Peggy Li, Pierina Cheung,
Susan E Carey

29

Far-transfer effects of working memory training on a novel
problem solving task
Sharon Chan, Ulrich Mueller

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47

The Effects of Sleep Quality on Cognitive Regulation and
Prefrontal Cortex Engagement in Adolescents
Kathy Do, Adriana Galvan

48

Children's Use of a Model in a Delay of Gratification Task
Melissa Hrabic, Rebecca A Williamson, Michael J Beran

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Developmental Psychopathology

Developmental Disabilities
49

The Birds, The Bees, and Autism: Are Children With ASDs
Retaining Sex Education?
Kojo Mintah, Shelley Parlow

50

Infant Temperament, Maternal Bonding, and Dyadic
Synchronicity as Early Markers of Toddlers’ Autistic-Like
Symptoms at 18 Months
Jessica Irwin, Marjorie Beeghly, Lauren Earls, Katherine L
Rosenblum, Maria Muzik

51

Evaluating the Role of Social Synchrony for Understanding
Autism
Paula Ann Fitzpatrick, Jean A. Frazier, David Cochran, Caitlin
Coleman, R. C. Schmidt

52

Does Attention Cueing Facilitate Prototype Learning in
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?
Allison Meyer, Patrick Powell, Mark Klinger, Laura Klinger

53

Inhibition of Return Effect is Longer in Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorder When Using Social-Emotional Stimuli
Ligia Antezana, Maya G Mosner, Vanessa Troiani, Benjamin
Yerys

54

Parents With Intellectual Disabilities: Effect Of Videofeedback
Intervention (VIPP-LD) On Parenting Behavior And Parenting
Stress
sabina kef, Marja Hodes, marieke meppelder, Carlo Schuengel

Different Brain and Behavioral Responses to a Flanker Task by
Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders
Susan Faja, Tessa Clarkson

62

Elementary School Behavior and Adolescent Interpersonal
Experiences: Shared and Distinct Pathways to Violent and
Nonviolent Crime
Carla Kalvin, Karen L Bierman

63

Profiles of Typically Developing Children Based on Executive
Functioning Performance: Associations with Behavioral
Functioning
Geoff B Sorge, Brendan Andrade, Ellen Bialystok

64

Peer Victimization among Chinese children: Precursor or
Consequence of Low Academic Achievement?
Amanda Bullock, Junsheng Liu, Robert J. Coplan, Xinyin Chen

65

Sources of Continuity and Change in Callous-Unemotional
Traits in Early Childhood
Megan Flom, Kimberly J Saudino

66

Collaborative Problem Solving Reduces Seclusion and Restraint
in Youth Mental Health Settings
Alisha Pollastri, Robert E Lieberman, Susan L Boldt, J. Stuart
Ablon

67

Effects of Parent Training on Preschoolers’ CallousUnemotional Traits and Effortful Control: Mediation by
Ineffective Parenting
Yoel Elizur, Lior Somech

68

Examining the effects of an Integrated Brain, Body, and Social
intervention on ERPs of executive function in children with
ADHD
Stephanie Smith, Anne Ferrey, Spencer McCauley, Bruce
Wexler, James Leckman, Denis Sukhodolsky

69

Assessing Children’s Perioperative Anxiety with the StoryTelling Medicine Questionnaire
Cheryl Chow, Louis A. Schmidt, Ryan J. Van Lieshout, Pauline
Leung, Nadine Nejati, Eliza Pope, Luis Michelangeli, Ali
Shahzada, Norman Buckley

70

Bully Victimization and Internalizing Psychopathology in
School-Aged Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Patricia Rao, Rebecca Landa, Vini Singh

71

Comorbid PTSD and ADHD, and ADHD Combined Type: A
Comparative Study of Cognitive and Neuropsychological
Profiles of 44 children
Emerald Huang

55

Differences in Coping, Support, and Functioning Between
Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White Families Raising Children
with Autism
Lisa Keylon, Megan M. Pruitt, Naomi Ekas

56

Positively-Biased Self-Perceptions in Individuals with Autism
Spectrum Disorders
Rosaria Furlano, Elizabeth Anne Kelley, Layla Hall, Daryl
Wilson

57

Theory of Mind as a ‘Developmental Pathway’ to School
Readiness in Children with and without Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Nicole Matthews, Wendy A Goldberg

58

Altered Motor Planning in Infants At-risk for Autism
Therese Ljunghammar Ekberg, Terje Falck-Ytter, Sven Bölte,
Gustaf Gredebäck

59

A computational model of intervention to alleviate word-finding
difficulty in individual children
Michael Thomas, Wendy Best, Jackie Masterson, Anna Fedor,
Lucy Hughes, Anna Kapikian, Liory Fern-Pollak, Silvia Roncoli

72

Self-Blame as a Mediator between Early Exposure to Intimate
Partner Violence and Depressive Symptoms at Age 10
Kathryn Smagur, Antonia Garcia, Cecilia Martinez-Torteya,
Alytia Levendosky, Gloria A Bogat

60

The Parent-Child Relationship in Families of Children With
Mild to Borderline Intellectual Disabilities and Externalizing
Behavior
Hilde Schuiringa, Maroesjka Maroesjka Van Nieuwenhuijzen,
Bram Orobio de Castro, Walter Matthys

73

Rumination in a Novel Peer Setting Accounts for the
Association between Peer Victimization and Depression
Michelle Miernicki, Jennifer Diana Monti, Karen D. Rudolph

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74

Influence of Maternal Depression on Children’s Brooding
Rumination: Moderation by CRHR1 TAT Haplotype
Mary L Woody, Anastacia Y Kudinova, John McGeary, Valerie
S Knopik, Rohan H C Palmer, Brandon E Gibb

86

Working Memory and Self-Concept as Determinants of
Achievement in Elementary Mathematics: Reciprocal Relations
Across Three Years
Katerina Schenke, Teomara Rutherford, Arena Chang, David
Lee

75

Invalidating Parenting and Adolescent Self-Regulatory Capacity
Interact to Predict Cognitive Reactivity to Stress
Sarah Ingrid Crystal, Michelle Kuhn, Jana DeSimone, Brittany
Willey, Christian McClellan, Amy Mezulis

87

Bringing a Class-Based Math Intervention to the Home: The
Importance of Parents’ Beliefs
Shari R Metzger, Susan Sonnenschein, Claudia Galindo, Joy A
Thompson, Cassandra Lynn Simons

76

Early Family Environment as a Predictor of Adolescents’ Risky
Sexual Behavior: Depressive Symptoms as a Mediator
Jenna Ellison, Michael J Ovalle, Kelli S Sargent, Daniel
Trujillo, Chrystyna D Kouros, Judy Garber

88

The teacher-assistant dyad: Understanding how pre-k
classrooms balance instruction, emotional support, and
management
Sascha Mowrey, Dale C Farran

89

Kindergarten Risk Factors for Comorbid Attentiondeficit/Hyperactivity and Conduct Disorder Symptomatology in
Adolescence
Paul L. Morgan, Hui Li, Michael Cook, George Farkas,
Marianne Hillemeier, Yu-chu Lin

90

Student-Specific Teacher Self-Efficacy: Investigating the
Factorial, Predictive and Convergent Validity of a New
Instrument.
Marjolein Zee, Helma M.Y. Koomen

91

Effects of a Fraction Intervention on Communicating
Mathematical Reasoning for Elementary Students
Kristina N Higgins, Lindy Crawford, Jacqueline HuscroftD''Angelo

92

Do Toddlers Learn from Playing with Technology?
Joanne N. Lee, Donna Kotsopoulos, Samantha Makosz, Joanna
Zambrzycka, Ariel Ho, Charlotte Granitto

93

“I don’t really post”: Comparing Actual and Reported Facebook
Use Among Emerging Adults
Melissa Niiya, Stephanie M Reich, Yiran Wang, Gloria Mark,
Mark Warschauer

94

Supporting families at-risk in early care: Impacts of a
developmental and family engagement professional
development intervention
Elisa Vele-Tabaddor, Catherine C. Ayoub, Adam Von Ende,
Anne Brady, Mallary I Swartz, Nick Wechsler, Joshua Sparrow

95

Social-Emotional Functioning and Kindergarten Academic
Skills: Dual Language Learners Versus Non-Dual Language
Learners
Christine Meng

Associations between attachment style & beliefs about child
development in a sample of college students
Rachel Chazan Cohen, Claire D Vallotton, Julia C Torquati

96

Relations among child regulation, the Pre-K classroom context,
and aspects of kindergarten readiness
Cathi B Propper, Marie Chardon, Kate Palmer, Jade Poteat,
Megan Thomas, Jennifer Lynne Coffman

The Development of Self-Advocacy in the Transition to
College: Narratives From First-Year College Students with
Disabilities
Meada Daly-Cano, Barbara M Newman, Annemarie Vaccaro

97

“They Work Together to Make the Sound”: Kindergarteners’
Manipulations and Explanations of an Interactive Causal Task
S. Lynneth Solis, Tina A. Grotzer

98

Children's Understanding of Multiplication and Division: Novel
Effects Identified through a Meta-Analysis of 7 Studies
Katherine M Robinson, Adam Kenneth Dubé

99

Predictors of Fraction Concepts and Procedures
Edmund Peter Fernandez, Nicole Hansen, Nancy C Jordan

77

Long-term Recovery of Children Exposed to Hurricane Katrina:
A Six-Year Longitudinal Study
Lucy S King, Joy D Osofsky, Howard J. Osofsky, Tonya C.
Hansel

78

Concordance of Parent- and Child- Reports of Distress in
Families Experiencing Homelessness
Lyuboslava G. Kolarova, Amanda Albu, Lauren A Sparks,
Janette E Herbers, J. J. Cutuli

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80

Latent Profile Analysis of Adolescent Posttraumatic Stress and
Depressive Symptoms Differentiates Substance Use and
Delinquency
Shawn A Wilson, Hazel M Prelow
Limbic system alterations in adults who experienced childhood
maltreatment.
Kelly Elizabeth Jedd, Ruskin H. Hunt, Dante Cicchetti, Emily
Hunt, Fred A Rogosch, Sheree L Toth, Kathleen M Thomas

81

Positive Predictors of Maternal Postpartum Quality of Life in a
Sample of Trauma-Exposed Women
Jessica Irwin, Marjorie Beeghly, Lindsay Hamilton, Maria
Muzik

82

Infant Frustration and Fearfulness as Contributors to Toddler
Externalizing Problems: Unique, Additive, or Interactive
Effects?
Nicole Marie Burt, Leanna D Rosinski, Brenna L. Lowery,
Natalie M. Ckuj, Mary Baggio, Meghan Kanya, David J
Bridgett

Education, Schooling
83

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85

The Mediating Role of Self-Handicapping in the Relationship
Between Goal Orientations and Math Achievement in High
Schoolers
Zewelanji N Serpell, Oliver Hill, Brittney Pearson, Milton
Omar Faison

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101 Predictors of Parent Involvement and its Links to Child
Adjustment among Chinese American Immigrant Families
Catherine Anicama, Qing Zhou

115 Associations Between Childhood Socioeconomic Status,
Childhood Maltreatment, and Hippocampal Volume in Young
Adulthood
Gwendolyn M Lawson, Joshua S Camins, Ju Wu, Jeffrey T
Duda, Philip A Cook, James C Gee, Martha J Farah

102 Content Validation of Parent Involvement in the Early Learning
and Development Standards Documents
Bridget A. Walsh, Angela M. Lee, Nicole Casillas, Caitlynn
Hansen

Family Context & Processes

116 Military Service and Family Member Mental Health: Impacts of
Occupational Hazard and Cumulative Absence on Spouses and
Adolescents
Aubrey Rodriguez, Gayla Margolin

103 Attitudes About Child Maltreatment: A Cross-Cultural Study on
the Evaluation of Different Types of Maltreating Behaviors
Marjolein Branger, Judi Mesman, Lenneke Alink

117 Associations Between Military Deployment, Maternal
Depression, Stress, Marital Satisfaction and Child Attachment
Rachel Joy Tupper, Jean-Francois Bureau, Diane St-Laurent

104 Decision making processes in organized activity participation:
The role of parents, adolescents, and context
Chara Price, Erin Gaskin, Nickki Pearce Dawes, Sandra
Denise Simpkins, Alex Lin

118 Predictors of Sibling relationship quality: Between- and WithinFamily Factors
Alison Pike, Naama Atzaba-Poria
119 The Associations Between Children's Inhibitory Control,
Sibling Conflict, and Prosocial Skills in Middle Childhood
Dana Michelle Pettygrove, Bharathi Zvara, William Roger
Mills-Koonce, Martha J Cox

105 Perceptions of Family Expectations in Career and Relationship
Choices made by Indian and European American Emerging
Adults
vandana chauhan, Joan G Miller

Health, Growth, Injury

106 A Comparison of Vocabulary Learning From Joint Reading of
Narrative and Informational Books with Dual Language Learner
Children
Deborah Bergman Deitcher, Helen L Johnson

120 Parents' Resolution to a Young Child's Chronic Illness
Diagnosis: Category or Continuum?
Alison Bradley, Jill Popp, Preston A Britner, JoAnn L Robinson

107 Parental regulation of online behavior and cyber aggression:
Adolescents’ experiences and perspectives
Sara E Goldstein

121 Psychotropic Drug Use in Adolescents Born with a Facial Cleft:
A Large Population Based Study
Sofia Nilsson, Juan Merlo, Elia Psouni

108 Are Associations Between Early Health Conditions and PreAcademic Skills at School Entry Explained by Parental
Investments?
Melissa Kull, Rebekah Levine Levine Coley

122 The Influence of Optimism and Shame-Proneness on Viral
Load in Youth and Young Adults Living with HIV
jill hersh
123 Health Disparities, Health Trajectories and their Sources in a
Diverse Sample
Oksana Malanchuk, Stephen C. Peck, Meeta Banerjee,
Jacquelynne S. Eccles

109 Coping Among Military Adolescents: Effects of MotherAdolescent Communication and Deployment-Related Stressors
Corey Pettit, Aubrey Rodriguez, Gayla Margolin
110 Links Between Adolescent Exposure to Interparental conflict,
romantic attachment and Social Competence in Emerging
Adults
Marina Farrell, Linda Rose-Krasnor

124 Stressful Life Experiences in Adolescence and Cardiometabolic
Risk Factors
Tae Kyoung Lee, K.A.S Wickrama, Catherine O'Neal

111 The Multivariate Roles of Family Instability and Interparental
Conflict in Predicting Representations of Security in the Family
Jesse L Coe, Patrick Davies, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Shaelise
M Morton, Michael T Ripple

125 Exploring Parenting Styles as Protective Factors for the
Bullying and Social Exclusion of Children in Differing Weight
Groups
Julie Rutledge, Taren Swindle, Amanda Wiginton Harrist,
Laura Hubbs-Tait, Glade Topham

112 The moderating role of internal working models on the effect of
negative marital behaviors on maternal sensitivity.
Evelyn Mercado, Leah Corinne Hibel

126 Self-Regulation and Overweight Status Among Preschoolers
Andrew Barnes, Amanda J. Wenzel, Madelyn Labella, Ann S
Masten

113 Parental Problem Drinking and Children’s Adjustment: Are
Associations Moderated by Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
Nervous System?
Shuang Bi, Lauren Gilbert, Eric Andrew Haak, Josie Suchecki,
Peggy S Keller

127 Psychosocial Context: Linking Adolescent Overweight/Obesity
to Problematic Substance Use in Young Adulthood
H. Isabella Lanza, Christine E Grella, Paul J Chung

114 Income poverty, Instability, and Cortisol for Young Children
Eleanor DeMaris Brown, Kate Anderson, Mallory Leigh
Garnett, Steven John Holochwost, Brian P Ackerman, JeanPhilippe Laurenceau

128 Why does parental input style predict rate of language
acquisition? A twin study
Philip S Dale, Marianna E Hayiou-Thomas, Maria Grazia
Tosto

Language, Communication

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129 Online Language Processing Efficiency at 18 months Predicts
Receptive Vocabulary Outcomes at 3 years in Preterm Children
Virginia A. Marchman, Katherine A. Adams, Elizabeth C. Loi,
Melanie Ashland, Anne Fernald, Heidi M Feldman

144 Semantic Neighborhood Effects on Lexical Processing in 5- to
7-year-old Children
Lisa Gershkoff-Stowe
145 The developmental process of organizing a semantic domain:
the case of Japanese color word learning
Noburo Saji, Midori Oishi, Michiko Asano, Mutsumi Imai

130 Exploring Cognitive Predictors of Listening Comprehension
Across Three Grade Levels: A Dominance Analysis Approach
Elizabeth Tighe, Mercedes Spencer, Christopher State
Schatschneider

146 The power of prospective relevance: Evidence of an object’s
foreign origins disrupts preschoolers’ word learning
retrospectively
Annette M E Henderson, Rebecca S Westcott

131 Comparison of bilingual and monolingual versions of Welsh
and English CDIs: preliminary toddler norms
Elena Neophytou, Lyam Meares Bailey, Natalie Roch, Debra L
Mills

Methods, History, Theory
147 The Use of Individual Case Conferences to Implement
Evidence-Based Practices in Treatment at a Large Behavioral
Health Agency
Katherine Hoople, Marianna Bueti, Sara Lacey, Suzanne
Button, Alice Linder

132 Does Language Production Promote Language Acquisition?
The Relation of Output to Proficiency in Bilingual 2 ½-YearOlds
Erika Hoff, Krystal M. Ribot, Rosario Luz Rumiche
133 Evaluating the vocabulary of bilingual toddlers: a large-scale
study
Claire Delle Luche, samantha durrant, Allegra Cattani,
Caroline Floccia, Kirsten Abbot-Smith, Andrea Krott, Debra L
Mills, Kim Plunkett, Caroline Frances Rowland

148 Capturing the Language Skills of Spanish-Speaking U.S. Latino
Children
Kelly Escobar, Lauren Scarola, Adina Schick, Gigliana Melzi
149 Reliability of the Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory-2 with
Parents Enrolled in Home Visiting Services
Lorraine M McKelvey, Nicola A Conners-Burrow, Taren
Swindle, Shalese Fitzgerald, Leanne Whiteside-Mansell

134 What is the Magic of the Mother Tongue? The Effect of
Preschool children’s Korean Proficiency on English
Phonological Awareness
Yea-Ji Hong, SOONHYUNG YI

Moral Development

135 Effective approaches to early phonics instruction using
technology-based digital text
Beth Ann O''Brien, Chern Far Chin

150 Empathy and effortful control effects on overt/relational
aggression: Do adolescents' school climate perceptions matter?
Milena Batanova, Alexandra Loukas

136 Young children’s development of “sociolinguistic cognition”
about different languages and their speakers
Alison Bailey, Rachel Zwass, Karla Antonia Rivera-Torres,
Rashmita S. Mistry

151 What Can We Learn from Empathic Bystanders? Associations
Between Witnessing Peer Victimization and Daily Anger
Aubrey Uresti, Heather R. Howard, Sarah Stutzman, Nicholas
Shea, Adrienne Nishina

137 Biological Attraction for Natural Language Rhythm: Infant Eye
Gaze Patterns for Forward and Reversed Signs and Gestures
Rain Grant Bosworth, So-One Hwang, David Corina, Karen
Dobkins

152 Assessing Children’s Empathy Through a Spanish Adaptation
of the Basic Empathy Scale: Parent’s and Child’s Report Forms
Noelia Sánchez-Pérez, Luis José Fuentes, Darrick Jolliffe,
Carmen Gonzalez-Salinas

138 Communication About Absent Entities in 12-Month-Old Infants
and Great Apes
Manuel Bohn, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello

153 Children’s Reasoning about Social Groups
Harriet R Tenenbaum, Cassandra Steel, Amy Williams, Rachel
Duthie

139 Children take context into account when judging the credibility
of inconsistent speakers
Randall Gillis, Elizabeth Nilsen

154 “I forgave him cuz he showed he was sorry”: Adolescents’
Reasons for Forgiveness and Nonforgiveness in Different
Cultural Contexts
Olivia Faulconbridge, Holly E Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb,
Roberto Posada, Monisha Pasupathi

140 Is Pointing Ritualized Touching?
Cathal O'Madagain, Brent Strickland, Gregor Stoeber

155 Evaluations of Moral and Conventional Intergroup
Transgressions
Kelly Lynn S Mulvey, Calli Fletcher, Jasmine Brown

141 Do early measures of lexical development predict later language
skills in monolingual French-speaking toddlers?
Tamara Patrucco-Nanchen, Laura Alaria, Margaret J Friend,
Diane Poulin-Dubois, Pascal Eric Zesiger

156 Children’s Antisocial and Prosocial Lying Moral
Disengagement Practices
Catherine Quinn, Kay Bussey

142 The Slow Developmental Timecourse of Real-Time Spoken
Word Recognition
Hannah Rigler

157 Preschool Children Expect Others to Reciprocate
Markus Paulus

143 Linking Language and Core Conceptual Processes in Healthy
Preterm Infants: Evidence for Maturational Constraints
Danielle Perszyk, Sandra R Waxman

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171 Fathers and Mothers Educational Involvement in the Middle
School Years: Antecedents and Consequences
Selva Lewin-Bizan, Alyssa Kapaona

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
158 Emotional Neglect in Infancy Predicts Children's Understanding
of Emotions and their Regulation
Heidi N Bailey, Arielle Dryer, David R Pederson, Greg Moran,
Sandi Bento

172 The Relationship Between Adolescent Outcomes and Mother,
Father, and Child Shared and Unique Perceptions of Fathering
W. Justin Dyer, Nathan Robbins, Randal Day

159 Attachment Representations and Autonomic Regulation in
Maltreating and Non-Maltreating Mothers
Sophie Reijman, Lenneke Alink, Athanasios Maras, Corine
Rijnberk, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn, Marian J BakermansKranenburg

173 Chinese parental involvement with young children in Taiwan:
Confucian influence or cultural transformation?
Kevin Jerome de Leon, Ching-Yu Huang, Brittney Lentini,
Susan S Chuang, April Shen, Jenny Glozman, Yen Feng

160 Childhood Maltreatment, Integrative Difficulties, and
Frightening, Frightened, and Dissociated (FR) Parenting
Behaviours
Elyse Redden, Heidi N Bailey, Sandi Bento, David R Pederson

174 Reports of mothers’ and fathers’ behaviors on adolescents’
positive esteem and self-deprecation in Armenian and Latino
families
Griselda Martinez, Ashley Magana, Antranik Kirakosian

161 Deconstructing Maternal Sensitivity: Effects of Nurturance
versus Synchrony on Children's Behavior Problems
Christopher Facompre, Kristin L Bernard, Mary Dozier

175 Mediating Role of Impulsivity between Parent-Child
Communication and Risky Sexual Behavior for Low SelfControl Adolescents
Rachel Kahn, Julee P Farley, Christopher Holmes, Katherine
Faris, Nikki Good, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

162 More is not always better: Gaze patterns and later attachment
security
Katherine Martin, katherine zambrana, John D Haltigan,
Rongfang Jia, Beatrice Beebe, Daniel Messinger

176 Infants’ Contingent Responses to Maternal Language and
Gestural Communications
Yana Kuchirko, Lisa Tafuro, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda

163 Attachment-Related Differences in Middle Childhood SupportSeeking Towards Mothers: Longitudinal Links with Depression
Tara Santens, Adinda Dujardin, Caroline Braet, Rudi De Raedt,
Pieter Vos, Bea Maes, Guy Bosmans

177 Prospective associations between adult attachment and
socialization of coping with peer victimization
Jennifer Diana Monti, Jamie L Abaied, Karen D. Rudolph
178 Parental Serotonin Transporter Genotype x Family-Related
Stress Interaction: Association With Human Parenting Behavior
Julia Elizabeth Morgan, Steve Lee

164 Parental control and adolescent problematic online game use: A
moderated mediation model
Tingdan Zhang, Wei Zhang, Chengfu Yu, Jianjun Zhu, Yanping
Jiang

179 Tantrums and self-control: Maternal strategies for promoting
preschoolers' self-regulation
Alicia J Leland, Beth S Russell, Von F Jessee

165 Expressed Emotion During Pregnancy Predicts Observed
Sensitivity of Mothers and Fathers in Early Childhood
Nicole Lucassen, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus
H. Van IJzendoorn, Henning Tiemeier, Mijke P. LambregtseVan den Berg

180 Dysfunctional Parent-Child Interactions and their Relationship
to Cognitive Functioning 6 Months After Pediatric mTBI
Charlotte Gagner, Catherine Landry-Roy, Jenny Bellerose,
Cindy Beaudoin, Jocelyn Gravel, Annie Bernier, Miriam Helen
Beauchamp

166 Reunion after a Long Day: The Effect of Maternal Attachment
on Mother-Child Conversational Characteristics
Basak Sahin-Acar, Bahar Bahtiyar, Cansu Alsancak, Ece Sagel,
Arzu Caliskan

181 Economic Hardship, Parental Positivity and Positive Parenting
across Generations: The Impact on Child Positive Behavior
Shinyoung Jeon, Tricia Neppl

167 Enhancing emotional regulation in 9-month-old infants: Impact
of mutual gaze and self-regulation during the Still Face
Paradigm
Rebecca Rieger, Peggy C. MacLean, Kristina Rynes, Natalia
Moss, Jean R Lowe

182 Positive Parenting Attenuates the Association between Maternal
Depressive Symptoms and At-Risk Young Children's Behavior
Problems
Laura Michelle Crespo, Christopher Joseph Trentacosta, Alexis
Williams, Kiren Chaudhry, Benjamin David Goodlett

168 What Good is Labeling What’s Good? The Empirical Merit of
Labeled Praise as a Key Parenting Intervention Element
Patty Leijten, Sander Thomaes, Geertjan Overbeek, Maartje
Raaijmakers, Bram Orobio de Castro, Walter Matthys

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
183 Differences in Use of Auditory Feedback Do Not Account for
Age-Related Differences in Children’s Singing
Sara Beck, John J Rieser, Aysu Erdemir

169 Behavioral Manifestations of Parenting Traits Exhibited in
Daily Parent-Child Interactions
Rose Ashraf, George W Holden

184 Shake, Rattle & Roll: Infants’ rhythmic behaviour in a bellringing task lends support for non-social origins of movement
to music
Sinead Rocha, Denis Mareschal

170 “Spank,” “Swat,” or “Hit”?: Perceptions of Corporal
Punishment Are Influenced by the Terminology and Childhood
Punishment History
George W Holden, Rose Ashraf, Alan S. Brown

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185 Detect or dwell: A new look at rapid face orienting during
infancy
Kirsten A. Dalrymple, Brad Duchaine, Jed T. Elison

200 The role of weak and strong ties in child care selection among
low income mothers with young children
Desiree French

186 The Other Race Effect: A preliminary study with Malaysian
children.
Pei Jun Woo, Olivier Pascalis

201 The Role of Spanish in Head Start for Dual Language Learners’
Achievement
Elizabeth B. Miller

187 Hey baby, do you like what you see? Examining the influence
of exposure to faces on visual preference in 3-month-old infants
Nicole Sugden, Margaret C Moulson

202 Latino Children & School Readiness: The Association between
Language of Instruction and Math, Literacy, and Approaches to
Learning
Erin Bumgarner, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

203 Selection and Socio Economic Status: Does the Early
Childhood Education and Care System Improve Cognitive
Outcomes for Children?
Daniel Cloney, Raymond Adams, Gordon Cleveland, Collette
Patria Tayler

188 Romantic Attachment in Mexican American Youth:
Sociocultural and Well-Being Correlates
Sally I-Chun Kuo, Kimberly Updegraff, Susan McHale, Adriana
J. Umana-Taylor, Sue Annie Rodriguez De Jesus, Lorey A
Wheeler
189 Low Discrepancy between the Ideal and Actual Affect Mediates
the Path from Acculturation to Emotional Wellbeing
Jiquan Lin, Julia Dmitrieva, Emma Espel, Jamie Novak

204 The Influence of Parental Engagement Activities and Attitudes
on the Pre-academic Outcomes of Head Start Children
Jennifer Elizabeth Burke Lefever, Kathy Guajardo, Regin
Johnson, Juan Carlos Guzman

190 How do American and Chinese Mothers Motivate Their
Children? Implications for Children’s Achievement
Yang Qu, Eva Pomerantz, Meifang Wang

205 iPad Social Stories: A Targeted Tier 2 Intervention in the
Building Social Competence in Preschool Model (SCIP)
Tina L Stanton-Chapman, Tiara Brown, Sarah Staton-Ross

191 Why Do American and Chinese Mothers Respond Differently
to Children’s Performance?
Janice Ng, Florrie Fei-Yin Ng, Eva Pomerantz

206 Children’s Learning Through Outdoor Experiences in a Reggioinspired Preschool
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Cara Megan McClain, Alexa
Darby, Donna King, Sarah Meyer

192 Anxiety negatively predicts substance abuse in a sample of
Latin American youth
Amy Rapp, Denise A. Chavira, Carol Mathews, Anna Ordóñez

207 Kindergarten Readiness: An Ongoing Conundrum
Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Carly B Slutzky

193 Is Stunting a True Population-level Proxy for Risk of
Developmental Delay?
Ann C. Miller, Megan B. Murray, Dana R. Thomson,
MaryCatherine Arbour

Sex, Gender
208 Preschoolers' Mechanical Learning from a STEM Toy: The
Roles of Parental Guidance and Gender-Targeted Marketing
Emily F Coyle, Lynn S Liben

194 Religious Development in Muslim-American Adolescents
Kathleen M Cain, Wesley E. Gregory, Austin B. Ambrosino

209 Swedish gender-neutral pedagogy influences preschoolers'
social cognition about gender
Kristin Shutts, Ben Kenward, Christine A Fawcett

195 Ethnic Identity Formation Among U.S. Latino Children Ages 612: Why Heritage Language Learning Matters
Maria Mercedes Arredondo, Mélanie Rosado, Teresa
Satterfield

210 How Turkish Children and Mothers Justify Their Genderrelated Decisions
Hatice Işık, Basak Sahin-Acar

196 Animal-Assisted Therapy for Incarcerated Youth: A
Randomized-Controlled Trial
Nicholas Seivert, Rita Jane Casey, Annmarie Cano, Amy
Johnson

Social Cognition
211 Children’s Recognition of Pride
Ross A Flom, Darren Garcia, Rebecca Janis

197 Dually Involved Youth: Exploring Child Welfare Involvement,
Maltreatment, and Offense Severity
Amy Janet Griffin

212 Emotion Knowledge and Language in Children with SLI and
Typically Developing Children. A Longitudinal Study with a
German sample
Bettina Janke, Katherine Teichert, Elisa Becker

School Readiness/Childcare
198 Multidimensional parent-teacher relationships: Cocaring and its
associations with child adjustment and teacher-child
relationships
Sarah Naomi Lang, Sarah Jane Schoppe-Sullivan

213 Instructional Interactions with Toddlers: An Exploration of
Joint Attention in Day Care Centers in Colombia
Paola Andrea Guerrero-Rosada, Carolina Maldonado-Carreno
214 Elemental Imitation Mechanisms in Preschool Age Children
Francys Subiaul, Elizabeth Renner, Brian Schilder, Laura Jean
Zimmermann, Rachel F Barr

199 Vignette-based Assessment of Infant/Toddler Caregiving Skills
among Undergraduates with Early Childhood Career Interests
Maria Fusaro, Claire D Vallotton, Julia C Torquati, Jennifer K
Henk, Carla A. Peterson, Jean M Ispa

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215 One-on-One Learning from Native vs. Foreign Speakers: Object
Functions & Labels
Katherine ODoherty, Muska Anwar, Francesca Dausch-Rivera,
Chelsea MacNeil, Emily Martin, Emma Patterson, Madelena
Rizzo

230 Mothers’ Modesty and Their Encouragement of Their
Children’s Responses to Positive Events: Moderation by
Children’s Gender
Karena M. Moran, Amy L Gentzler, Chit Yuen Yi, Cara Alexis
Palmer, Amy Elizabeth Root

216 Imitation practice enhances motor-spatial learning by
preschoolers in a brief training study.
Rachel F Barr, Laura Jean Zimmermann, Ruth Speidel, Edward
Krajkowski, Alexandar Etz, Francys Subiaul

231 Antecedents of Paternal Responses to Preschool Children’s
Anxiety, Anger, and Fear: Child Gender and Emotion
Dysregulation
Hilary Renee Bougher, Amy Elizabeth Root, Jessica Troilo,
Kenneth H Rubin

217 Children bribe others to win their favors
Natalie Benjamin, Kerrie Pieloch, Carla Sebastian-Enesco,
Felix Warneken

232 Longitudinal observation of spontaneous smiling in early
infancy
Fumito Kawakami

218 Is it Better to Ask a Friend or Google?: Children’s Trust in
People and the Internet
Nicholaus Noles, Judith H Danovitch, Patrick Shafto

233 Discrimination of Negative and Positive Emotions in the First
Year of Life: An ERP Study
Sarah A McCormick, Alissa Westerlund, Ross E Vanderwert,
Perry B Dinardo, Charles A. Nelson

219 Neural Substrates of Pointing Hands in Infants and Adults
Manuela Stets, Bennett I Bertenthal

234 Recognition of Facial Expressions of Emotion in Youth
Victimized by Their Peers
Alexandra Irwin, Dianna Lanteigne, Wendy Craig, Tom
Hollenstein

220 Gender effects in children's compliance with social
comventions
Vanessa Schell, Mark Alan Sabbagh, Teal Mackintosh
221 Preschoolers Expect In-Kind Reciprocity
Vikram K Jaswal, Angelica Chang, Nameera Akhtar, Benjamin
A Converse

235 Links Between Attention Control, Physiological Regulation,
and Threat-Related Attentional Biases in Infancy
Mikko Peltola, Tiina Mäkelä, Jari K. Hietanen, Juulia
Paavonen, Outi Saarenpää-Heikkilä, Tiina Paunio, Anneli
Kylliäinen

222 Maternal Theory of Mind and Executive Functioning and their
Contribution to the Development of Child Theory of Mind
Megan J. Heise, Tahl Ida Frenkel, Lindsay Caroline Bowman

236 General Parenting Practices and Emotion Socialization as
Predictors of Observed Emotion Regulation
Katie Elizabeth Rasmussen, Amy Elizabeth Root, Kristin L
Moilanen, Nicole Nightengale

223 Distrust and Retaliatory Deception in Preschool Children
Li Yi, Jiao Li, Yuan Tian, Kang Lee
224 Developmental changes in children's curse of knowledge bias
Siba Ghrear, Taeh Bonn Haddock, Rachel Severson, Erika
Penner, Susan A J Birch

237 The Influence of Family Emotional Experiences on Adolescent
Outcomes: An Examination of Additive and Indirect Effects
Cara D. Bosler, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Michael M
Criss, Julie Staton

225 Do children consider social status and friendship when sharing
with peers?
Teresa Harvey, Vanessa LoBue, Peter R Blake

238 The Emotion Socialisation of Adolescent Scale: Scale
Construction and Psychometric Properties
Geck Hong Yeo, Tick Sim

226 Body orientation matters: Infants’ observations of others’ faceto-face and back-to-back conversations
Andrea Handl, Gustaf Gredebäck

239 Children’s Peer Selection: Self-Enhancement or SelfVerification?
Lisa H Rosen, Meagan M. Patterson

Social, Emotional, Personality

240 Parents’ Views of Their Children and Parent-Child Relationship
Quality
Meredith Cantwell, Meagan M. Patterson, Lisa H Rosen

227 Stress and Emotional Reactivity in Preschool Aged Children at
Risk for Psychopathology
Anne Winiarski, Brooke Lauren Reidy, Brittany Robinson,
Alicia K Smith, Patty Brennan, Katrina A. Cederberg Johnson

241 Temperament Profiles in Middle Childhood: Differential
Heritability and Relations to Childhood Psychopathology
Brandon Glynn Scott, Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant, Jenn-Yun
Tein, H Hill Goldsmith

228 Parent-Reported Sleep Problems and Children’s Reactivity to
and Regulation of Emotional Events
Cara Alexis Palmer, Chit Yuen Yi, Hira Hussain, Amy L
Gentzler

242 Associations between Infant Temperament, Parental
Competence, and Family Resources and Their Effects on
Parental Sensitivity
Victoria L Greenwell, Diane M Lickenbrock

229 The Effect of Elevated but Non-Clinical Maternal Depression
on 5-Month-Old Infant Behavior During the Still-Face
Paradigm
Katherine Alfonso, Vanessa Vieites, Bethany Catherine ReebSutherland

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257 “I will tell you this, not that”: Factors Influencing Adolescents’
Strategies for Disclosing Information About Peers to Parents
Angela J Calvin, Hsun-yu Chan, B Bradford Bradford Brown

Social Relationships
243 Actor-Partner Effects in Relationships between
Maternal/Paternal Parenting and Maternal/Paternal Perceptions
of Child Aggression
Sook In Cho, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb

258 Navigating covert racial bias: How Black and White children
distinguish race-based social exclusion from peer rejection
Shelby Cooley, Melanie A. Killen

244 Behavioral and Cognitive Predictors of Preadolescent
Relational and Physical Aggression.
Meghan Gangel, Susan D Calkins

259 The relationship between SNS use and political efficacy among
South Korean youth
Bu Kyung Kim, Shinah Kim, Yoonsun Han

245 Callous-Unemotional Traits and Behavioral Impulsivity:
Associations with Adolescent Social Goals and Aggression
Olivia Valdes, Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, Tiina Ojanen

Attention, Learning, Memory
260 Investigation of Guided Recess and Executive Function in
Elementary School Children
Emily Ostergaard Prager, Stephanie M Carlson

246 The Social-Cognitive Roots of Peer Exclusion in High School:
Dynamics in Social Goals, Cognitive Styles and Hormonal
Reactivity
Hae Yeon Lee, David Scott Yeager
247 Considering the Role of the Victim in Dominance Theory:
Associations between Social Status and Girls’ and Boys’ Peer
Victimization
Naomi Andrews, Laura D Hanish, Carol L Martin, Kimberly
Updegraff

Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
(Event 1-004) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

248 Middle School Predictors of High School Dating Violence
among At-Risk Early Adolescents
Meredith C. Joppa, Christopher Houck, Christie J. Rizzo

1-004. Afterschool Programs: Expanding Learning
Opportunities, Reducing Achievement Gaps
Chair: Nancy Peter
Speaker: Deborah L Vandell

249 Sequential Analyses on MTV`s Website A Thin Line –
Towards a Theory of Digital Bullying
Emily C. Weinstein, Robert Selman, Boris Zizek
250 Cybervictimization Experiences and Emotional Outcomes: The
Role of Attributions, Behavioral Responses, and Rejection
Sensitivity
Melissa Hord, Cynthia A Erdley

Biography: Deborah Lowe Vandell is Professor and Dean of
Education at the University of California, Irvine where she also holds
an appointment as Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior. The
author of more than 150 articles and three books, Vandell studies the
short-term and long-term effects of developmental contexts (early
child care, out-of-school settings, families, schools) on children’s
social, behavioral, and academic functioning. Her out-of-school work
includes studies of afterschool and summer programs, extracurricular
activities, and unsupervised settings, with a particular focus on the
effects of these contexts on low-income children of color. Vandell has
been elected to the National Academy of Education and to SRCD’s
Governing Council. She is a fellow of the American Psychological
Association, the American Psychological Society, and the American
Educational Research Association.

251 Investigating the Importance of Relational Insight in Predicting
Couple Satisfaction and Less Loneliness Among Emerging
Adults
Jennifer Daks, Brittnie L Gilman, Yelena Salkowitz, Jiaqi Zhou,
Melody McCormick, Edward Frank Lomash, Molly Mittel,
Shaina Ashley Kumar, Jonathan F Mattanah, Patrick Phillips
252 Dating in Rural America: A Comparison of High School and
College Students
Amber Letcher, Jasmin R. Carmona
253 Humor and Friendship Quality in Middle Childhood
Maureen A. Wimsatt, Kenneth H Rubin, Shayna R. Berkowitz,
Shakeena King

Abstract: Over a 25-year period, key ingredients of impactful
afterschool programs have been identified. In this presentation, I’ll
consider robust short-term effects of quality, intensity, and duration of
afterschool programs on social and academic development as well as
evidence of meaningful long-term effects in these domains. Findings
that low-income children may benefit the most from afterschool
programs are presented along with emerging evidence that early child
care and afterschool programs play unique and complementary roles.
Collectively, these findings underscore the importance of out-ofschool time as a developmental context that warrants further attention
by researchers, educators, and policy makers.

254 Social and Emotional Costs of “One-Sided Friendships” in
Adolescence
Lauren E Molloy-Elreda, Joseph P Allen
255 Black adolescents’ perceptions of racial discrimination and
school adjustment: friendship support as a protective factor
Aletha Harven
256 Disclosure to Parents Underlies the Role of Implicit Theories of
Peer Relationships in Children’s School Adjustment
Jorge Monroy, Cecilia Sin-Sze Cheung, Cixin Wang, Lauren
Couch

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increasingly interconnected world have been speculated to have
important implications for the nature of adolescent development.
Unfortunately, the historical time necessary for these changes to take
place means that definitive research on the impact of globalization
necessarily will be slow in forthcoming. Adolescents from immigrant
families, however, already experience the social and cultural shifts
thought to typify globalization, and an analysis of their experiences
could shed light on what to expect as existing national barriers
become more permeable. The value of flexibility in the face of great
social and cultural change appears to be the dominant theme from
research on immigrant youth, although that flexibility can be
constrained by socioeconomic, ethnic, and racial stratification systems
in host societies. This talk highlights the implications of these
findings for what may lie ahead for teenagers as globalization
continues to expand.

(Event 1-005) Invited Views by Two
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:25am
1-005. What Immigrants Can Teach Us about Child
Development in the 21st Century
Moderator: Robert Crosnoe
Panelist 1: Maykel Verkuyten
Biography. Maykel Verkuyten is professor at the Department of
Interdisciplinary Social Science at Utrecht University, the
Netherlands. He also is the academic director of the European
Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations at Utrecht
University (Ercomer). By training he is a social/cultural psychologist
and cultural anthropologist. His main interests are in questions of
ethnic and cultural identity, acculturation and intergroup relations,
especially among older children and adolescents. His work has
appeared in many journals and he has contributed chapters to books
such as the ‘Oxfordhandbook of multicultural identity’, ‘Intergroup
attitudes and relations in childhood through adulthood’, ‘The
handbook of race, racism, and the developing child’, ‘Peer relations
in cultural context’, and ‘Realizing the potential of immigrant
youth’, Furthermore, he wrote several monographs including ‘The
social psychology of ethnic identity’, and recently ‘Identity and
cultural diversity: what social psychology can teach us’.
View 1 - The Scientific Benefits of Studying Immigrants
Different academic disciplines focus on questions of immigrants and
immigration, in general and in relation to children and adolescents in
particular. There are many findings on numerous topics collected via
various research methods among different groups and communities
and in all kinds of contexts. A great deal is known about the
experiences, problems, adjustments, attitudes and behaviors of
immigrant-origin youth. Systematic research is critical for developing
an adequate and informed understanding of these issues. However,
there are also critical voices that argue that existing theories and
methods are limited for the development of a valid understanding.
Furthermore, increased attention to immigrants can also have benefits
for academic thinking and research. It can raise novel questions,
stimulate re-thinking of existing theories, and instigate creative and
alternative ways for doing empirical research. In my presentation I
will discuss some of the scientific benefits of studying immigrants.

(Event 1-006) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-006. Beyond book reading: new data on young children's
language and literacy in Latin America
Chair: Jocelyn Bonnes Bowne
Discussant: Paola Uccelli
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Does Narrative Scaffolding Predict Pre-Kindergarteners’
Language and Literacy Skills in A Sample of Low-Income
Chilean Families?
Diana Leyva

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Print knowledge in bilingual Mayan children: An initial inquiry
Laura M. Justice, Amy Pratt

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Chilean teacher language and explicit vocabulary instruction:
What predicts children’s vocabulary growth during
Kindergarten?
Jocelyn Bonnes Bowne, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Catherine Snow

(Event 1-007) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

Panelist 2: Andrew J Fuligni

1-007. Genetic and environment factors associated with
early callous-unemotional behaviors and their associations
with later development
Chairs: William Roger Mills-Koonce, Daniel Waschbusch

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 and his collaborators
employ multiple methods to study the interaction between sociocultural experience and biobehavioral development during
adolescence and young adulthood, with particular attention to
teenagers from Latin American, Asian, European, and immigrant
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 recently completed
a six-year term an Associate Editor of the journal Child Development.
View 2 - Developmental Flexibility in the Age of
Globalization: Learning from Immigrant Adolescents
The socioeconomic and cultural changes that result from an

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The continuity of CU behavior across childhood from ages 3-9
and links to more severe behavior problems
Rebecca Waller, Daniel S. Shaw, FRANCES GARDNER,
Thomas J Dishion, Melvin N Wilson, Luke W. Hyde

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Callous-Unemotional Behavior and Emotion Discrimination in
Young Children: Differential Associations and GeneEnvironment Etiology
Amelie Petitclerc, Stuart White, Bei Feng, R. James Blair,
Margaret Briggs-Gowan, Lauren S Wakschlag, Michel Boivin
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Parenting and children’s representations of family predictor
disruptive behaviors and callous-unemotional traits
Nicholas James Wagner, William Roger Mills-Koonce, Michael
Willoughby, Daniel Waschbusch, Bharathi Zvara, Martha J
Cox

(Event 1-010) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-010. Environmental Stress, Economic Disadvantage, and
their links to Child and Family Functioning
Chair: Portia Miller
Discussant: Emma Kristine Adam

The protective effects of parental warmth on the link between
early CU behaviors and later conduct problems in an adopted
sample
Luke W. Hyde, Daniel S. Shaw, Rebecca Waller, Jenae M
Neiderhiser, David Reiss, Jody Ganiban, Misaki Natsuaki,
Leslie D. Leve

(Event 1-008) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Poverty-Related Toxic Stress and Maternal Mental Health:
Measurement and Models
Cybele Raver, Clancy Blair

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Air Pollution, Toxic Releases, and Socioeconomic Disparities
in Child Development
Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Portia Miller

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Early Life Stress Profiles in High-risk Preschoolers: Predicting
the Cortisol Awakening Response & Child Depression
Longitudinally
Lisa S. Badanes, Julia Dmitrieva, Marina M Mendoza, Lisa
Schlueter McFadyen-Ketchum, Sarah E Watamura

1-008. Family Matters: Exploring Attachment Orientation
and Parenting Style in the Domain of Child Feeding
Chair: Shayla C Holub
Discussant: Dara Robin Musher-Eizenman
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The Moderating Role of Mothers’ Adult Attachment
Orientation on Controlling Feeding Practices and Children’s
Emotional Eating
Cin Cin Tan

(Event 1-011) Paper Session
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Associations between Parenting Styles and Parental Feeding
Practices in School-age Children
Debra Hoffmann, Allison Kiefner-Burmeister, Samantha Holt,
Dara Robin Musher-Eizenman

1-011. Emotion and Emotion Regulation During
Adolescence: Links to Adjustment
Chair: Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris

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Psychological Control in the Parent-Child Feeding Relationship
Shayla C Holub, Sarah Hinkley

(Event 1-009) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-009. Mind-Mindedness: Challenging Parent Contexts
and Relations with Child Development
Chairs: Elizabeth Meins, Gabrielle Coppola
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Maternal Mind-Mindedness and Children’s Understanding of
Mental States in Self and Other
Ann E Bigelow, Michelle Power, Maria Bulmer, Katlyn
Gerrior, Kim MacLean, Rita Gillis

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Maternal Mind-Mindedness During the Still Face Paradigm
Gabrielle Coppola, Tiziana Aureli, Annalisa Grazia, Mirco
Fasolo, Eliala Salvadori, Raffaella Mancini

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Mind-Mindedness in Mothers Hospitalised for Severe Mental
Illness
Robin Schacht, Elizabeth Meins, Charles Fernyhough, Susan
Pawlby

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Maternal and Paternal Mind-Mindedness at 12 Months as
Predictors of Children’s Social Behavior Problems at 48
Months
Cristina Colonnesi, Moniek A. J. Zeegers, Susan M. Bögels

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Adolescent Coping Profiles Differentiate Reports of Depression
and Anxiety Symptoms
Joanna L Herres, Christine McCauley Ohannessian

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Link between daily negative affect and adolescent adjustment:
An examination of interpersonal relationships as protective
factors
Amy Smith, Zachary Giano, Antoinette M. London-Johnson,
Michael M Criss, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Caitlyn C.
Russell

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Longitudinal Associations between Emotion Regulation
Strategies and Depression: Different Patterns for Adolescent
Boys and Girls
Jun Wang

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Person-centered Approach to Adolescent Emotion Regulation:
Associations with Psychopathology and Parenting
Caitlin Turpyn, Tara M Chaplin, Emily Cook, Alexandra
Martelli

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(Event 1-012) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Adolescents’ Distinctions Between Privacy and Secrecy: Age
Differences and Psychosocial Correlates
Skyler T. Hawk

1-012. The new conservation task in developmental
psychology: Investigating children’s and adolescent’s
environmental minds and values
Chair: Jolina H. Ruckert

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When Do Parents Invade Adolescents' Privacy? Exploring the
Roles of Adolescent Behaviors, Parent Adjustment and
Cognitions
Sheila Kathleen Marshall, Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver

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Colombian children’s reasoning about prototypical
transgressions to nature and variations in economic and
communitarian contexts
Lizette Yamile Pizza, Roberto Posada

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The development of biocentric moral concerns: Children’s
reasoning regarding animal welfare and rights
Jolina H. Ruckert

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Environment, experience, and the salience of ecological
relations
John D. Coley

(Event 1-015) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-015. New Methods in Research on Young Children’s
Prosocial Behavior
Chair: Stuart I Hammond
Discussant: Celia A Brownell
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Using Resting-State EEG Assessments to Study Helping
Behaviour and Empathic Responding in Children
Barbara Müller, Jorg Meinhardt, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian

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Measuring Underlying Motives of Prosocial Behavior via
Changes in Internal Arousal
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish, Michael Tomasello

(Event 1-013) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Using Amazon MTurk to Explore Young Children’s Helping in
the Home
Stuart I Hammond, Celia A Brownell

1-013. An International Perspective on Early Childhood
Education and Care as a Promoter of Development in
Disadvantaged Children
Chair: Henrik D. Zachrisson
Discussant: Ann Easterbrooks

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Getting the Best out of Dyadic Data – Applying Mixed Models
and State Space Grids to the Analysis of Toddlers’ Peer
Cooperation
Nils Schuhmacher, Joscha Kärtner, Paul Van Geert

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Combining Naturalistic and Experimental Methods to Explain
Infant Helping
Audun Dahl, Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Stuart I Hammond, Jesse
Drummond, Whitney Waugh, Celia A Brownell

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The concept of ‘ecocitizenship’ amongst immigrant children in
Quebec
Natasha Blanchet-Cohen

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Low Socioeconomic Status in Early Childhood and School
Performance at 12 Years: The Moderating Role of Childcare
Services
Sylvana Cote, Julie C. Laurin, Christa Japel, Michel Boivin,
Richard E Tremblay

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Child Care as a Protective Factor: Investigating the Impact of
Child Care in an At-Risk Sample
Rachel C. Katz, Ann Easterbrooks

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Does group size in Child Care matter more for disadvantaged
children’s aggressive behavior in a context of regulated quality?
Henrik D. Zachrisson

(Event 1-016) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-016. Peer Processes and School Adjustment: Examining
Classroom Variations and Contextual Factors
Chair: Allison M Ryan
Discussant: Rene Veenstra

(Event 1-014) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-014. Privacy and Parenting During Late Childhood and
Adolescence: Exploring Links Among Cognitions and
Behaviors
Chair: Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver
Discussant: Nancy Darling
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Same Game, Different Name? Examining Latent Class Profiles
of Parents' Privacy Invasions and Psychological Control.
Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver

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Peer Influence on Disruptive Behavior: Variations Across
Classrooms
Huiyoung Shin, Allison M Ryan, Scott D. Gest

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The Effect of Classroom Context on Peer Relationship
Dynamics: When Can We Expect Peer Influence on
Achievement?
Dawn DeLay, Cindy Faith Miller, Linlin Zhang, Laura D
Hanish, Carol L Martin, Richard A Fabes, Karen P. Kochel,
Kimberly Updegraff

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Same – and Cross – Ethnic Bullying Among Elementary School
Children
Handrea A Logis, Scott D. Gest, Daniel Berry

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(Event 1-017) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-019) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-017. Can Daddy make a difference? Investigating
paternal contributions to the development of child
executive functioning
Chair: Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot
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Examining the Role of Father Parenting in Preschool Executive
Function Development
Alyssa S. Meuwissen, Stephanie M Carlson

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Positive fathering predicts subsequent levels of child executive
functioning in early childhood
Andre Plamondon, Mark Wade, Jennifer Jenkins

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The development of children’s inhibition: Does parenting
matter?
Isabelle Roskam, Marie Stievenart, Jean-Christophe Meunier,
Marie-Pascale Noël

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Links between maternal adversity and child executive
functioning: The protective role of paternal psychological
adjustment
Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot, Annie Bernier, Marie-Ève
Bélanger

1-019. Perspectives for Advancing Child Maltreatment
Research and Public Health Implementation
Chairs: Cheryl Anne Boyce, Melissa Brodowski, Melissa
Teresa Merrick
Presenters: Mary Dozier, Cathy Spatz Widom, Maria
Woolverton, Melissa Teresa Merrick, Marilyn Metzler
Integrative Statement: This session will focus on national priorities
focusing on child maltreatment. The session will begin by providing
an overview of key issues in child maltreatment research in light of
the seminal 2013 Institute of Medicine Report, New Directions in
Child Abuse and Neglect Research (2013), which was published two
decades after the initial ground breaking report on Understanding
Child Abuse and Neglect (1993). The developmental consequences of
child maltreatment, the implications of developmental patterns for
interventions and service delivery systems, and the challenges for the
child welfare system remain key considerations and will be explored
in presentations by two of the report panel members. Next, presenters
will discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Essentials for Childhood prevention framework as an example of
leadership to the child maltreatment and broader public health fields
by promoting strategies to assure safe, stable, nurturing relationships
and environments for all children. These presentations will review
how CDC is reframing and broadening its focus to address important
contextual factors with an emphasis on health equity, including the
assessment of differential access to protection resulting in differential
burden of child maltreatment. Building upon knowledge including the
IOM panel report, and current CDC, ACF, and NIH research, the
current progress and future of child maltreatment research, policy,
prevention and practice will be discussed.

(Event 1-018) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-018. Antecedents and Consequences of Emotional
Development in Cultural Contexts
Chair: Yang Yang
Discussant: Susanne Denham
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Maternal Emotion Socialization and Child Outcomes among
African Americans and European Americans
Emma Hooper, Xin Feng, Seulki Ku, Micah Gerhardt, Qiong
Wu, Stephen Sleva

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How Culture Plays a Role? Relations between Parenting
Practice and Preschoolers’ Emotion Knowledge in Japan
Naomi Watanabe, Nicole M. Jones, Susanne Denham, Hideko
Hamada Bassett, Tessei Kobayashi

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Emotion Knowledge and Socio-emotional Wellbeing across the
Early Middle Childhood: A Cross-cultural Longitudinal
Investigation
Yang Yang, Qi Wang

(Event 1-020) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-020. Intersectionality & Child Achievement: Exploring
How Social Identity, Social Class, and Social Context
Influence Academic Outcomes
Chair: Daphne Henry

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Unequal Returns: Racial Differences in the Associations
Between Income and Achievement
Daphne Henry, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

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Gender-differentiated Parenting and Academic Success Among
African American and European American Adolescents
Fatima A Varner

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Personal and Cultural Assets of African American Girls and
Mathematics Success: Positive Effects of an Intervention
Sheretta Tekise Butler-Barnes

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A Classroom-Based Field Experiment to Motivate Adolescents
Using Social-oriented Life Goals
Mesmin Destin

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(Event 1-021) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-023) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-021. Data Use in Head Start Programs: How Programs
Can Use Data for Individualizing Instruction, Program
Management and Decision Making
Chair: Nina M Philipsen Hetzner
Discussant: Christina J Weiland

1-023. At-risk Women's Adjustment to Parenthood:
Responses to Infant Distress
Chair: Florentina Catharina Kunseler
Discussant: Mirjam Oosterman

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Assessing Teacher’s Use of Ongoing Child Assessment to
Individualize Instruction: Developing a Multi-Method Measure
Shannon C Monahan, Sally M Atkins-Burnett, Lauren Akers,
Felicia Hurwitz, Barbara A. Wasik, Judith J Carta

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Understanding the Challenges and Facilitators of Data Use in
Head Start to Improve Program Quality
Teresa Derrick-Mills, Monica Rohacek

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School Readiness Goals and Head Start Program Functioning
Monica Rohacek, Julia Isaacs, Heather Sandstrom

(Event 1-022) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

Stick together: Young children’s loyalty to the group
Antonia Misch, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter

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How preschool-age children use social categories to predict
social behavior
Lisa Chalik, Marjorie Rhodes

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The road from prejudice to discrimination runs through (actual
acts of) categorization
Yarrow C Dunham

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The power of in-groups: Group identification enhances
preschoolers’ motivation for shared academic goals
Allison Master, Andrew N Meltzoff, Sapna Cheryan

Mothers’ Neural Response to Infant Cry Stimuli is Associated
With Both Current and Past Depression
Eydie Moses-Kolko, Carlos Zevallos, Mary Phillips, James E.
Swain, Stephanie Stepp, Alison E Hipwell

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Predicting Parenting Self-Efficacy: The Role of Adverse
Childhood Experiences and Infant Distress
Florentina Catharina Kunseler, Mirjam Oosterman, Marleen de
Moor, Carlo Schuengel

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Prenatal Reactivity to Infant Cry Predicts Adjustment to
Motherhood: The Moderating Role of a History of Trauma
Jennifer C Ablow, Ariel Carter-Rodriguez, Michelle Fong,
Elisabeth Conradt, Jeffrey Measelle

(Event 1-024) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-022. All for one and one for all: Consequences of group
membership in young children
Chair: Yarrow C Dunham
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1-024. Implementing Trauma-Focused Evidence Based
Treatments in Community Mental Health Settings: Key
Questions in Research and Practice
Moderator: George Ake
Panelists: Beth Barto, Jessica Lynn Griffin, Jenifer Goldman
Fraser, Hilary Hodgdon
(Event 1-025) Paper Session
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-025. New Methodological and Empirical Findings from
Program Evaluations in Global Contexts
Chair: Jennifer E Lansford

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Considerations for Researchers Designing and Conducting
Their First Child Development Research in Low and Middle
Income Countries
Katherine Sachs Leventhal, Jane Gillham, Steve Leventhal

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Effectiveness of early childhood interventions in promoting
cognitive development in developing countries: A systematic
review
Nirmala Rao, Jin Sun, Eva E. Chen, Patrick Ip

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Evaluating Youth Character Education: A Systems Evaluation
Approach
Jennifer Brown Urban, Miriam R Linver, Gary Walsh, Julie
Thompson, Ronnie Davidson, David Lorimer

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Experimental Impacts of Chilean Preschool Intervention are
Moderated by Student Absenteeism
MaryCatherine Arbour, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Catherine Snow,
Christina J Weiland, M. Clara Barata, Ernesto Trevino
Villareal

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(Event 1-026) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-026. Cues to Selective Trust in Infants and Toddlers
Chairs: Elena Luchkina, Melissa A. Koenig
Discussant: Dare Ann Baldwin
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Eighteen-month-olds use speakers’ accuracy information to
make judgments about novel labels
Elena Luchkina, David M Sobel, James L Morgan

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Fourteen-month-olds’ imitation is influenced more strongly by
a model’s competence than by a model’s certainty
Norbert Zmyj, David Buttelmann

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Infants’ learning and prosocial behaviors are guided by the past
reliability of adults’ affective signals
Diane Poulin-Dubois, Patricia E Brosseau-Liard, Sabrina
Sarah Chiarella

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Individual and Contextual Predictors of Subjective Well-Being
in Seventh Graders
Michael J Lawler, Lisa Anne Newland, Jarod Giger, Eliann
Renee Carr, Soonhee Roh

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Attachment and Emotion Regulation: Predictors of Child WellBeing in Foster Youth
Gail S. Goodman, Daniel A Bederian-Gardner, Ingrid Cordon,
Sue Hobbs, Rachel K. Narr, Sarah Bakanosky

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Listening to Children in Foster Care: Systematic Review of
Interview Methods
Sue Hobbs, Karen Saywitz, Rakel P. Larson, Christine Wells

Classroom Conditions to Consider when Testing the Impacts of
an After-School SEL Program on Kindergarteners’ Classroom
Engagement
Claire E. Cameron, Helyn Kim, Andrew J Mashburn, Cara
Lynn Adams, Hall West, David Grissmer

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Evidence for qualitatively different memory processes in
infancy vs. early childhood
Rebecca Gomez

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Remembering things in, and out of, context across typical and
atypical development
Jamie Ogline Edgin, Goffredina Spano, Candace Rhoads

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Developmental Differences in the Flexibility of Episodic
Memory
Simona Ghetti, Dana DeMaster, Christine A Coughlin

(Event 1-030) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-030. Making Connections: Callosal Development and
Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum
Chair: Jed T. Elison

(Event 1-028) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-028. Helping Young Children to Positively Engage in
Early Childhood Classrooms: Findings from Three Socialemotional Learning Programs
Chair: Rebecca J Bulotsky Shearer
Discussant: Stephanie M Jones
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1-029. A new approach to memory development
Chair: Rebecca Gomez
Discussant: Nora S Newcombe

1-027. Understanding Children’s Subjective Well-Being
across Age Groups and Contexts
Chairs: Lisa Anne Newland, Michael J Lawler
Parenting, Attachment, and School-Age Children’s Subjective
Well-Being
Lisa Anne Newland, Diana Delano Shepherd

Data-driven Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation with
Teachers to Improve Children’s Engagement in Preschool
Classrooms
Jason Downer, Amanda P Williford, Rebecca J Bulotsky
Shearer, Ann L''hospital

(Event 1-029) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-027) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Improving Behavioral Outcomes for Preschoolers Displaying
Disruptive Behaviors: Examining the Impacts of Banking Time
Amanda P Williford, Jessica E Vick Whittaker, Jennifer
LoCasale-Crouch

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Development, Specification, and Diversity of Callosal
Projection Neurons
Jeffrey Macklis

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Maturation and Myelination of the Corpus Callosum
Sean C Deoni, Jonathan O’Muircheartaigh, Jed T. Elison,
Holly Dirks, Irene Piryatinksky, Douglas C. Dean III

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Behavioral, Neuropsychological, and Psychosocial Outcomes of
Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum
Warren Brown

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(Event 1-031) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-033) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-031. Development of brain networks: Insights from
resting-state functional connectivity studies of the
amygdala and hippocampus
Chairs: Lea Rose Dougherty, Tracy Riggins

1-033. Feedback learning in the early years and how it
relates to other cognitive abilities
Chair: Maartje Raijmakers

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Development of hippocampal resting-state networks during
childhood
Sarah Louise Blankenship, Lea Rose Dougherty, Elizabeth
Redcay, Tracy Riggins

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Resting-state amygdala-cortical circuit development and
associations with previous experiences
Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam, Dylan G. Gee, Jessica Flannery,
Bonnie Goff, Kathryn Humphreys, Eva H Telzer, Todd Hare,
Dominic Fareri, Christina Caldera, Daniel Lumian, Nim
Tottenham

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Development of amygdala and hippocampal resting-state
functional connectivity between 8 to 24 years of age
Xiaoqian Chai, noa ofen, Rebecca Martin, Susan WhitfieldGabrieli, John D Gabrieli

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The early development of agency: How infants process and
predict the sensory feedback of their actions
Marlene Meyer, Sabine Hunnius

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What is important for feedback learning in preschoolers
Maartje Raijmakers, Bianca van Bers

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The usefulness of feedback across childhood: A multisensory
cueing paradigm
Natasha Kirkham, Denis Mareschal

(Event 1-034) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-034. Neurobiological Mechanisms Underlying Parental
Buffering of Offspring Stress and Fear: Integrating
Human Studies and Animal Models
Chairs: Megan R Gunnar, Camelia E Hostinar

Amygdala-prefrontal network development during early
childhood
Elizabeth Redcay, Katherine Rice, Sarah Louise Blankenship,
Tracy Riggins

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(Event 1-032) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

Developmental Changes in the Social Buffering of the HPA
Axis by Caregivers in Humans
Camelia E Hostinar, Megan R Gunnar

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1-032. Neural Mechanisms of Psychopathology in Early
Childhood
Chair: Isaac T. Petersen

The Caregiver Stimulus and Development of Human
Amygdala-mPFC Circuitry
Nim Tottenham, Dylan G. Gee, Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam

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Infant Trauma and Maternal Control of the Infant Brain:
Lessons from a Rodent Model
Regina Marie Sullivan

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Frontal-Parietal Network during Infancy and Risk for Anxiety
in Early Childhood
Martha Ann Bell

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Early Maternal Care is Critical for the Development of
Emotional Brain Circuits: A Nonhuman Primate Model
Mar M. Sanchez, Brittany R. Howell

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Neurophysiology of Externalizing Behavior Problems in Young
Children
Isaac T. Petersen, Caroline P. Hoyniak, Angela D Staples, John
E Bates, Dennis L Molfese

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(Event 1-035) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

Convergence of Neural and Neuroendocrine Measures of Risk
for Anxiety Problems in Infancy and Early Childhood
Rebecca J Brooker, Kristin A Buss, Richard J Davidson, H Hill
Goldsmith

1-035. When Do Social Categories Stick? Exploring the
Effects of Language, Race, and Criminality on Children's
Social Categorization
Chair: Kristin Hansen Lagattuta
Discussant: Gil Diesendruck

Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Impacts Neurocognitive Functioning
in Early Adolescents
Dennis L Molfese, Linda C Mayes, Amanda Prokasky

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The Cultural Origins of Social Categorization
Sarah-Jane Leslie, Marjorie Rhodes, Lydia Bianchi, Lisa
Chalik
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Children’s Reasoning about the Stability of Emotion and Race
Steven Othello Roberts, Susan A Gelman

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When Social Group Membership is Criminal: The Impact of
Generic Language and Laws on Social Categorization
Deborah Goldfarb, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Katie Kennedy,
Hannah Jean Kramer, Sarah Marie Tashjian

(Event 1-038) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-038. Prenatal Maternal Stress and Child Outcome:
Exploring Novel Underlying Mechanisms
Chair: Carolina de Weerth

(Event 1-036) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-036. Adolescents’ Beliefs About Parental Authority:
Trajectories, Correlates and Moderating Effects on
Behavior
Chair: Judith G Smetana

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The Effect of Exercise on Sleep during Pregnancy
Michele Okun, Joshua Baker, Scott Rothenberger, Christopher
Kline

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Maternal Iron Intake During Pregnancy and Newborn Brain
Maturity: A Pathway for a Stress Effect?
Hanna Catharina Gustafsson, Dongrong Xu, Xuejan Hao, Ravi
Bensal, Michael Georgieff, Catherine Monk, Bradley Peterson

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Maternal Prenatal Psychological Stress and Cortisol Levels
Independently Predict the Infant’s Intestinal Microbiota
Composition
Maartje Zijlmans, Katri Korpela, Marianne Riksen-Walraven,
Willem de Vos, Carolina de Weerth
Prenatal Adversity and Inflammatory Outcomes Early in Life
Jeffrey Measelle, Jason David, Jennifer C Ablow

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Differences in First-Born, Second-Born, and Parents’
Perceptions of Parental Authority Legitimacy Across
Adolescence and Domain
Nicole Campione-Barr, Anna Lindell, Stephen D. Short

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Heterogeneity in Iraqi, Syrian, and Palestinian Refugee Youths’
Beliefs About Parental Authority
Judith G Smetana, Ikhlas Ahmad, Laura Wray-Lake

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Do Adolescents’ Legitimacy Beliefs Alter How They Feel
About Parents’ Monitoring Efforts?
Laura LaFleur, Robert D Laird, Matthew D Marrero, Yinan
Zhao

(Event 1-039) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

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Legitimacy of Parental Authority, Parental Involvement, and
Voluntary Disclosure Among First Year College Students
Christopher Daddis, Raymond Montemayor

1-039. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Impact of
Parental Incarceration on Children and Families
Moderator: Danielle Horvath Dallaire
Panelists: Christopher Wildeman, Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan,
Jane Siegel, Hedwig Lee

(Event 1-037) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-040) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-037. Recent Contributions to Understanding and
Supporting Children’s Transitions to Kindergarten
Chair: Beth Rous
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1-040. Central and Autonomic Nervous System Activity
and Adjustment at the Transition to Adolescence
Chair: Ben Benjamin Hinnant
Discussant: Sheila E Crowell

A Conceptual Framework for Describing, Explaining, and
Supporting Kindergarten Transitions
Andrew J Mashburn, Rita Yelverton, Amy Lynn CannellCordier, Elizabeth Tremaine
Transition to Kindergarten and Children’s Development: The
Mediational Roles of Teacher-Child Relationship and Family
Involvement
Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch, Jamie DeCoster, Robert C Pianta

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Preparing High-Risk Children and Families for the
Kindergarten Transition
Katherine C Pears, Hyoun Kim, Cynthia Valentine Healey,
Philip Andrew Fisher

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Longitudinal Evaluation of a Scale-up Model for Teaching
Mathematics: Persistence of Effects Three Years after
Treatment
Douglas H Clements, Julie Sarama, Carolyn Layzer, Fatih
Unlu, Christopher B Wolfe, Mary Elaine Spitler

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Neural Reactivity to Emotional Stimuli: Relations with
Adolescent Substance Use Initiation
Tara M Chaplin

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Harsh Parenting, Parasympathetic Activity, and Development of
Delinquency and Substance Use
Ben Benjamin Hinnant

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Skin Conductance Level Reactivity Moderates the Longitudinal
Association Between Peer Victimization and Internalizing
Problems
Stephen Erath

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(Event 1-041) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-044) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-041. How 'Vocabulary Gaps' Become 'Knowledge Gaps':
From Research to Intervention to Implications for
Education and Policy
Chair: Anne Fernald
Discussant: Ariel Kalil

1-044. Methodological and Theoretical Innovations in the
Study of Adolescents’ Values
Chairs: Maya Benish-Weisman, Kristina L McDonald
Discussant: Tina Malti
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Language Gaps between Rich and Poor Children Begin to
Emerge in Infancy
Anne Fernald, Nereyda M. Hurtado, Adriana Weisleder,
Virginia A. Marchman

Cognitive Complexity and Personal Value Importance
Ella Daniel

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The Interplay between Values and Aggression: A Longitudinal
Study Among Israeli Adolescents
Maya Benish-Weisman

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Thirty Million Words Initiative: Enhancing Parent-Child Verbal
Engagement in a Translational Research Program
Dana Suskind

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Using Value Profiles to Predict Social Behaviors and Peer
Status in Adolescents from the U.S. and Israel
Stephen Ungvary, Kristina L McDonald, Maya Benish-Weisman

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Giving our Children a Fighting Chance: Poverty, Literacy
Development and Information Capital
Susan B. Neuman

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(Event 1-045) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

(Event 1-042) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

1-045. The Enduring Influence of Early Behavioral
Inhibition: Within-Child and Contextual Factors Related
to Adaptation in Late Childhood
Chair: Heather Henderson
Discussant: Nathan A Fox

1-042. Bridging Research and Practice: Using Web-based
Training to Promote Early Childhood Interventions for
Children in Poverty
Moderator: Carol Scheffner Hammer
Panelists: Edward Feil, Karen L Bierman, Susan H. Landry,
Barbara A. Wasik
(Event 1-043) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-043. Exploring Mechanisms of the DepressionDelinquency Link During Adolescence
Chair: April Gile Thomas
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Early Adolescent Depression, Peer Substance Use, and the
Onset of Substance Use
Sonja Siennick, Alex O. Widdowson, Mark Ethan Feinberg

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Depression and Reoffending Among Serious Delinquents
Across Seven Years
April Gile Thomas, Elizabeth Cauffman

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Influence of Maternal Factors on Links between Early
Trajectories of Temperament and Later Childhood Outcomes
Kathryn A Degnan, Tahl Ida Frenkel, Olga L Walker, Nathan A
Fox

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Early Behavioral Inhibition and Reactivity to Peer Context in
Later Childhood
Lauren V Usher, Catherine Burrows, Dina Dajani, Heather
Henderson

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Behavioral Inhibition and Performance Monitoring:
Developmental Precursors and Outcomes across Childhood
Heather Henderson, Ayelet Lahat

(Event 1-046) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-046. More Reasons to Worry: Developmental
Consequences of Adolescent Substance Use Across the
Transition to Adulthood
Chairs: John E Schulenberg, Jennifer L Maggs

Internalizing Problems as a Mechanism Connecting
Interpersonal Victimization and Offending among Adolescent
Juvenile Offenders
Emma Espel, Julia Dmitrieva

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Depressive symptoms as a consequence of smoking in
adolescent girls: Contribution of stress hormones
Jochebed Gethsemane Gayles, Lorah D Dorn, Sarah Beal,
Elizabeth J Susman, Kevin John Grimm, John E Schulenberg
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Title: Substance Use and the Parent-Child Relationship During
the Young Adult Years
Beth Stormshak, Allison Caruthers, Krista Chronister, Sara
Rabinovitch

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Romance and Drugs: Adolescent Substance Use as a Gateway
to Later Romantic Relationships and Why That Might be a
Good Thing
Amy J Rauer, Gregory S Pettit, Diana R. Samek, Jennifer E
Lansford, John E Bates, Kenneth A Dodge

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(Event 1-049) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-049. Friendships and Emotional Adjustment
Chair: Amanda Rose
Discussant: Catherine L Bagwell

Effects of Late Adolescent Marijuana Use on Degree
Attainment: A Propensity Model Analysis in a National Sample
Jennifer L Maggs, Jeremy Staff, Deborah Kloska, Megan E.
Patrick, Patrick O''Malley, John E Schulenberg

(Event 1-047) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-047. One-Size-Fits-All? Variations in Bilingual
Children’s Code-switching/mixing Behavior
Chair: Suzanne Flynn
Discussant: Gita Martohardjono
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The Majority Language of the Community Affects Preschool
Bilingual Children’s Code-mixing
Elena Nicoladis, Johanne Paradis

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Code-Switching and Its Impact on Linguistic Competency in
Bilingual Preschoolers from Two Different Language
Environments
W. Quin Yow, Ferninda Patrycia

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My Friend Values Me and Knows Me, New Dimensions of
Friendship Quality
Melisa Castellanos, William M Bukowski

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The Relation Between Co-Rumination and Depressive
Symptoms is Exacerbated by Interpersonal (But Not NonInterpersonal) Hassles
Amanda Rose, Gary C Glick, Rebecca A Schwartz-Mette,
Rhiannon L. Smith

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Suicide Ideation Among High-Risk Adolescent Females: The
Interplay Between Parasympathetic Regulation and Friendship
Support
Matteo Giletta, Paul David Hastings, Karen Rudolph, Daniel
John Bauer, Matthew K. Nock, Mitchell J Prinstein

(Event 1-050) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-050. Development of Lying in Children with
Externalizing Problems: Cognitive and Social Correlates
Chairs: Lindsay C Malloy, Victoria Talwar
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It Wasn’t Me! Children’s Externalizing Behavior and LieTelling
Jennifer Lavoie, Cindy M Arruda, Karissa Leduc, Victoria
Talwar

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(Event 1-048) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am

Lying for Personal Gain in Boys with Externalizing Problems
and their Moral Evaluations of Lies
Cindy M Arruda, Carlos Gomez-Garibello, Victoria Talwar

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1-048. Understanding the Development of Spatial
Language Use and Spatial Skills
Chair: Hilary E. Miller

Lying for Concealment or Gain: Antisocial Lie-Telling among
Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Allison Mugno, Lindsay C Malloy, Victoria Talwar, Daniel
Waschbusch

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Deception in Children With and Without Severe Conduct
Problems
Sarah Zanette, Leena K. Augimeri, Margaret Walsh, Kang Lee

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Patterns in English-Chinese Children’s Code Switching in
Singapore
Carissa Kang, W. Quin Yow, Suzanne Flynn, Barbara Lust

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The Role of Scaffolding and Overhearing in Facilitating Young
Children’s Use of Complex Spatial Terms
Alycia M Hund

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Spatial Labels Facilitate Pattern Learning and Analogical
Reasoning
Nina Simms

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The Impact of Object Type and Spatial Vocabulary on the
Spatial Analogies in Preschool Children
Youjeong Park, Marianella Casasola

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Quality of Children’s Spatial Language Use Predicts Spatial
Skills
Hilary E. Miller, Haley A Vlach, Vanessa R. Simmering

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Children and Families, the Office of Head Start and the Office
of Child Care in the Administration for Children and Families,
multiple institutes within the National Institutes of Health, the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Health
Resources and Services Administration, the National Science
Foundation, the Institute of Education Sciences, the National
Center for Education Statistics, and the National Endowment
for the Arts.

(Event 1-051) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-051. Educational Affordances of Interactive Technology
for Children
Chair: Stephanie M Reich
Discussant: Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek
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Preschoolers’ learning from enhanced eBooks versus traditional
print books
Stephanie M Reich, Tallin Muskat, Campbell Jessica, Daniela
Cannata

1-053. Federal Agency Poster Session
G-1: Institute of Education Sciences
Presenters: Caroline M Ebanks, Amy L Sussman

Video Game Play Improves Executive Functioning Skills in
Children
Rachel Flynn, Rebekah A. Richert

G-4: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation
Presenter: Nancy Geyelin Margie

Educational Affordances of Online Games for Preschoolers
Mariya Nikolayev, Stephanie M Reich, Tallin Muskat, Nazanin
Tadjbakhsh

G-5: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Poster 1
Presenter: Rebecca Leeb
G-6: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Poster 2
Presenter: Melissa Teresa Merrick

Thursday, 11:30am-12:00pm

G-7:NCES:The Early Childhood Longitudinal
Study,Kindergarten Class of 2010-11 (ECLS-K:2011):
Description of the Study & Avail Data
Presenters: Gail M. Mulligan, Jill McCarroll

(Event 1-052) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 11:30am-12:00pm

G-8: Office of Head Start
Presenter: Mary Elizabeth Meloy

1-052. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Verkuyten and Fuligni
Moderator: Robert Crosnoe
Panelists: Maykel Verkuyten, Andrew J Fuligni

G-9: Early Childhood Child Welfare Partnership
Presenters: Amanda R Clincy, Mary Elizabeth Meloy
G-10: National Endowment for the Arts
Presenter: Melissa Menzer

Thursday, 11:55am-1:10pm
(Event 1-053) Federal Agency Sessions
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 11:55am-1:10pm

Thursday, 12:00pm-1:15pm
(Event 1-054) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:00pm-1:15pm

1-053. Meet Federal Agency Representatives
Representatives: Anna Lue Riley, Tisha Wiley, Denise Pintello,
LeShawndra N Price, Laura L Namy, Dawn M Ramsburg

1-054. Poster Session 2

The Federal Agency Poster Session will be held in the main
exhibition hall and will provide an opportunity for Biennial
Meeting attendees to view posters presented by Federal
Agencies that focus on federal funding opportunities, federal
data resources, agency review processes, and opportunities for
researchers at different career stages. This will also be an
excellent opportunity for Biennial Meeting attendees to meet
representatives from agencies, learn more about a variety of
research opportunities, and set up meetings with federal
agency representatives to meet one-on-one for more in-depth
discussions. Representatives from a variety of federal agencies
will be present, including representatives from the Office of
Planning, Research and Evaluation in the Administration for

Attention, Learning, Memory

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1

Attention bias modification reduces N1 and N2 components in
children at temperamental risk for anxiety
Nhi Thai, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

2

Attentional Domains of Parent-Reported Infant Behaviors:
Implications and Relations to Typical and Atypical Behavioral
Outcomes
Rebecca Stephens, Maura G. Sabatos-DeVito, J Steven Reznick,
Linda R. Watson, Lauren Turner Brown, Elizabeth Crais

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3

The Effects of Fantastical Sociodramatic Play on the
Development of Executive Functions: An Intervention Study
Rachel Thibodeau, Melissa McInnis Brown, Ansley Tullos
Gilpin

17

Cognitive, motor, and autonomic function in 3-month-old
typically developing infants and infants with congenital heart
disease
Tondi M Harrison, Chao-Ying Chen, Jill Heathcock

4

Greater Attention Biases to Infant Signals Linked to Less
Focused Attention as Indexed by Less Activation in the
Prefrontal Cortex
Joanna Dudek, David W Haley

18

Maternal Depression Moderates Whether Empathy in Girls is
Linked to Healthy or Hypervigilant Patterns of Dynamic Vagal
Regulation
Jonas G Miller, Paul David Hastings

5

Is Visual Short-Term Memory a Working Memory? Using
VSTM to Guide Attention in a Visual Search Task
Samantha Mitsven, Lisa M Cantrell, Steven J Luck, Lisa M
Oakes

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6

Long-term memory for social scenes: How differences in social
cognition and attention affect learning and orienting
Brianna Doherty, Kia Nobre, Gaia Scerif

CRHR1 variants interact with early childhood parenting to
differentially predict amygdala reactivity to threat in young
adulthood
Arianna Morgan Gard, Daniel S. Shaw, Emily B Winslow,
Erika E Forbes, Luke W. Hyde

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Associations Between Heart Rate and Executive Function
Change as a Function of Temperament During Early Childhood
Lauren Bryant, Kimberly Cuevas, Martha Ann Bell, Susan D
Calkins

Resting State Functional Connectivity in Neonates as a
Function of Maternal Prenatal Depression
Cassandra Lei Hendrix, Rui Yuan, Bharat Biswal, Erica
Smearman, Brooke Lauren Reidy, Jack Knight-Scott, Katrina A.
Cederberg Johnson

21

Performance-based vs. teacher report measures of executive
function in predicting literacy outcomes
Jamie Spiegel, Christopher J Lonigan

Mother-Infant Co-Regulation and Infant Cardiac Vagal Tone:
An Examination of Linkages at 6-and 9-Months of Age
Chris L Porter, Jessica Hansen

22

Like Mother Like Child? Profiles of Maternal Stress and Child
Diurnal Cortisol Slope
Christina Gamache Martin, Hyoun Kim, Philip Andrew Fisher

23

Emotion Dysregulation, Anticipatory Cortisol Response, and
Substance use in Adolescents
Tennisha Riley, Wendy Kliewer, Nikola Zaharakis, Alicia J
Borre, Tess K. Drazdowski, Lena Jaggi

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10

Socioeconomic status, subjective social status, and perceived
stress: Associations with executive functions and stress
physiology
Alexandra M Ursache, Kimberly G Noble, Clancy Blair
Links Between Childhood Adversity and Adult Executive
Functioning: PTSD Symptom Severity, Education, and
Memory Processes
Judith A Crowell, Cynthia Davis, Nicole Usher, Sean-Patrick
McCormick, Ashley Chello, Maria Perfetti, Christos S.
Mantzoros

Cognitive Processes
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Developmental Change in Criteria for Judging the Persistence
of Individual Objects
Kristan Marchak, D. Geoffrey Hall, Kevin Holman

25

Subsective or Intersective? Children’s assumptions about the
meanings of novel gradable adjectives
Katherine Kimura, Katie Wagner, David A Barner

11

Postdicting Identification Accuracy of Child Eyewtinesses from
Visual Behavior in Simultaneous and Elimination Lineup Tasks
Noam Dishon, Paul Hockey, Jordy Kaufman, Arlan Collins,
Jennifer Beaudry

12

Fantasy Beliefs and False Reports: The Role of Visual Evidence
and Peer Interactions
Gabrielle F Principe, Megan Giroux

26

Numeral Classifiers and Categorization by Shape in Mandarin,
Hmong, and English Speaking Children
Ruxue Shao, Maria D Sera

13

Contextual Fear-Learning Differences in Children and
Adolescents: A Pilot Study
Ingrid Haugen, Rachel LePage, Elizabeth R Duval, Israel
Liberzon, Moriah Thomason

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Maternal Contributions to the Development of Contamination
Sensitivity
Heidi Beebe McLaughlin, Mary Gauvain

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14

Expanding on Prior Knowledge: Effects of Pre-Existing
Schemas on the Generation of New Knowledge through CrossEpisode Integration
Nicole Varga, Adna Jaganjac, Patricia J Bauer

Do children think that race impacts the transmission of illness
and influence behaviors?
Lakshmi Raman

29

Development of cross mind-body awareness for food intake
Noriko Toyama

Infants’ Attention to Emotion in Bodies
Alyson Hock, Hannah White, Rachel Jubran, Ramesh S Bhatt

30

A Developing Understanding of Causal Complexity
Jonathan F Kominsky, Anna Zamm, Frank C Keil

31

Children’s Beliefs in the Efficacy of Counterfactual Consoling
ayse payir, Robert E Guttentag

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Subjective Recollection and Decision-Making in Middle
Childhood: Evidence from a Metacognitive Illusion
Emily Hembacher, Simona Ghetti

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Biological Processes
16

Positive and Negative Affect, Depression and Diurnal Cortisol
Among AIDS Orphans in Rural China: Gender Differences
Lihua Chen, Danhua Lin, Xiaoming Li

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33

Contributions of Age and Executive Function to Children’s
Past-to-Future Reasoning in Social Situations
Sarah Marie Tashjian, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Hannah Jean
Kramer, Liat Sayfan

49

Long-term developmental outcomes of extremely low birth
weight children in Japan : A comparison with a national sample
survey.
Tadahiro Kanazawa, Jiro Kamada, Jun Yasuda, Motohiro
Isaki, Mayuko Shimizu, Toshihiko Hinobayashi, Tetsuhiro
Minami, HIroyuki Kitajima, Masanori Fujimura, Naosuke
Itoigawa

34

Costs and Benefits of 6-year-olds' Over- and Underestimation
of Performance in Self-Regulation
Nesrin Destan, Claudia M. Roebers

35

Early childhood math intervention via number sense training
Joonkoo Park, Vanessa Bermudez, Elizabeth M Brannon

50

Effect of familiarity on reward anticipation in children with and
without autism spectrum disorders
Katherine Kuhl-Meltzoff Stavropoulos, Leslie Jeanette Carver

36

The Unique Contributions of Children’s Numerical
Approximation Skills for Various Math Abilities
Emily Braham, Melissa E Libertus

51

Productive Spoken Vocabulary Drives Vocabulary
Comprehension in Minimally-Verbal Children with Autism
Linda R. Watson, Tiffany G. Woynaroski, Paul J. Yoder

37

Five and Six Year Olds Prefer Linear over Logarithmic or
Exponential Number Lines
Jennifer Asmuth, Lance J Rips

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38

Sustained Effects of Kindergarten Instruction on Mathematics
Performance Across the First Two Years of Elementary School
Kesha Nicole Hudson, Jennifer Lynne Coffman, Taylor Evan
Thomas, Peter A Ornstein

Adaptive Functioning Skills and Anxiety Symptoms in Young
Children with ASD
Hayley Dauterman, Tracey Ward, Katelyn Johanna Hamilton,
Beverly Jo Wilson, Jenny Macke

53

The Relationship between Child Motivation and Parent
Feedback during a Challenging Task
Megan M. Pruitt, Lisa Keylon, Naomi Ekas

54

Strengths and weaknesses in visuospatial processing and its
relationship to autism symptomology in fragile X Syndrome
Kimberly Gaul, Jessica Burris, Emily S Halket, Susan M Rivera

55

The Role of Parental Involvement and Peer-Mediation on the
Effectiveness of Early Interventions for Children with Autism
Stephanie Aaron, Courtney N. Baker

39

What role do home numeracy play on the development of basic
number skills of preschool children?
Belde Mutaf, Delphine Sasanguie, Bert De Smedt, Bert
Reynvoet

40

Representation and Math Learning with Manipulatives
Andrea Marquardt Donovan, Martha Wagner Alibali

41

Do numerical representations count for early mathematical
performance?
Victoria Simms

56

Children With Developmental Disorders (not Just Autism)
Have Deficits Learning Words From Social Cues
Charlotte Field, Melissa Allen, Charlie Lewis

42

The Role of Adolescence in Shaping Life After High School –
A Latent Transition Analysis
Sarah Beal, Lisa J Crockett, James Peugh

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43

Things aren’t as Bad as they Seem: Preschoolers Over-Predict
the Emotional Intensity of Negative Outcomes
Leia Kopp, Cristina Atance

Father Involvement in Early Intervention: Identifying the
Barriers
Brent A McBride, Sarah Curtiss, Rosa Santos, Daniel J.
Laxman, Laurie Jeans, Jenna M. Weglarz-Ward, W. Justin
Dyer, Justin Kern

44

Fostering Children’s STEM Learning and Transfer of
Knowledge in a Children's Museum
Maria Marcus, Margaret Rose Christie, Cindy Tran, Philip
Hoffman, Erin Anne Jant, Tayler Grashel, Catherine A Haden,
David H Uttal

45

Inhibitory Control and Intelligence Interact to Predict Social
Inhibition
Amanda J Watson

46

School Readiness at Age Four: Differential Predictors for Math
and Reading
Alexandra Nancarrow, Martha Ann Bell

Developmental Psychopathology
59

Reciprocal Relationships among Explosive Anger, Deviance,
and Violent Behaviors: An Examination of Inner-City Youth
Guangyi Cui, Alexander T Vazsonyi, Charlene Harris, John M.
Bolland

60

Moderation of ADHD Subtype Symptoms and Peer Rejection
by Anxiety
Christine Lee, Jaye A Odom, Rich Milich, Elizabeth P Lorch,
Steven W Evans, Kate Flory, Julie Sarno Owens, M. Lee Van
Horn

61

Parenting behaviors and the psychological adjustment of
adolescents in Ghana
Braima Salaam, Nina S. Mounts

62

Associations between Parental Psychopathology and Adolescent
Behavior Regulation: An Examination of Direct and Indirect
Effects
Julie Staton, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Michael M
Criss, Cara D. Bosler, Mallory J Branch

Developmental Disabilities
47

A Study of Autism Diagnosis Using Population-Based Health
Records from Birth to Ten Years
Veronica Smith

48

Adaptive Functioning and Autism Symptoms in Minimally
Verbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Natalie Hong, Kyle Michele Frost, Catherine Lord

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63

Do early life exposures influence the impact of prenatal
adversity on mental health trajectories in children from 2-14
years?
Jessica Tearne

77

Young adolescent girls' pursuit of thinness: Combined impact of
maternal direct and indirect encouragement to lose weight
Erin E. Hillard, Dawn M. Gondoli, Alexandra Corning,
Rebecca A Morrissey

64

Predictors of Pretreatment Child Disruptive Behavior and
Parental Stress in Group Treatment for Externalizing Disorders
Ariel A. Williamson, Roger Harrison, Steve Reader, William
Douglas Tynan

78

The Need for Better Eating Disorder Education in EarlyChildhood Schools
Maegan Jones, Elizabeth H. Blodgett Salafia

65

Serious Delinquency and Gang Involvement among JusticeReferred Youth in Treatment
Paul Boxer, Joanna Kubik, Bonita Veysey, Michael Ostermann,
Ashley Schappell, Meagan Docherty, Erika Y Niwa

79

Correlates of Eating Disorder Attitudes and Behaviors in HighRisk, Pre-Adolescent Females
Dayton Walsh, Mandi L Burnette, Laura Wray-Lake

Education, Schooling

66

A randomized control trial of brief parenting groups for parents
of school age children with disruptive behavior problems
Melanie Palmer, Louise June Keown, Matthew Sanders, Marion
Henderson

80

Executive Function and Academic Performance: Reciprocal
Relationship from Preschool age to Adolescence
Mengjiao Li, Christopher Holmes, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby
Deater-Deckard

67

Wilderness challenge and boot camp programs for delinquent
youth: A meta-analysis of outcome evaluations
Holly Lynn Karakos, Sandra Jo Wilson

81

68

Trajectories of delinquency among high-risk adolescents
Magalie Vezina, Sylvie Drapeau, Hans Ivers

Character strengths, classroom satisfaction, and academic
achievement in high school students
Clorinda E Velez, Pauline Goodson, Desheane Newman, Mark
Linkins, Jane Gillham

82

69

Adolescent mental health literacy in the U.S.: Young people’s
knowledge of depression and social anxiety disorder
Meredith Coles, Ariel Ravid, Brandon E Gibb, Daniel GeorgeDenn, Sue McLeod

Achievement-Adjustment Paradox among Filipino-American
Adolescents: The Social and Physical Costs of Doing Well
Victoria Calip Rodriguez, Sandra Graham

83

70

Concurrent and Longitudinal Associations between Irritability
and Anxious/Depressed Symptoms in Early Adolescence
Wan-Ling Tseng, Susan Shur-Fen Gau

A Parallel Process Model of Social Skills and Learning
Behaviors Predicting Head Start Children’s Academic Skills
Christine Meng

84

71

Marital Conflict Mediates the Relation of Women’s Early
Family Adversity to Internalizing Symptoms in the First Years
of Marriage
Jeffrey Winer, Sally I Powers, Rachel Boutte, Paula
Pietromonaco

Comparing Self-contained and Departmentalized Upper
Elementary Classrooms on Teaching Effectiveness and Student
Achievement
Alison Elizabeth Baroody

85

An Examination of the Etiologies of the Relations between
Reading Motivation and Reading-Related Constructs
Stephen Anthony Petrill, Zhe Wang, Marghertia Malanchini,
Sarah L Lukowski, Victoria Schenker, Brooke Soden

86

Literacy Profiles of African-American Kindergarten Boys
Elizabeth D Ricks

87

Cortisol Levels Moderate the Effect of School Engagement on
Academic Reputation in Mathematics, but Not Language
Luke Rinne, Olga Kornienko, Douglas Granger, Mariale
Hardiman

88

Differential effects of intrinsic and identified regulation on
predicting school satisfaction: A half year longitudinal study
Takuma Nishimura, Shigeo Sakurai

89

Support for Dweck's Achievement Motivation Theory:
Mediated Models of Goals and Attributions Predict Responses
to Failure
Samuel Y Chung, Katherine Vail Buttitta, Lillian K Chang,
Valeska Dubon, Patricia A Smiley

90

Student-teacher relationships in Brazilian schools: a
confirmatory factor analysis
Josafa M Cunha, Jonathan Bruce Santo, Lidia Natalia
Dobrianskyj Weber

72

Relationship between Race, Symptom Type, and Parental
Attitudes Toward Seeking Psychological Help: Impact on
Treatment for Youth
Lauren O'Donnell, Dahra Jackson Williams

73

Concurrent and Longitudinal Associations Between TeacherRated Socio-behavioral Skills and Children's Academic
Performance
Noriyeh Rahbari, Sophie Jacques, Jean Hughes

74

Evidence-Based Interventions to Promote Empathy-Related
Responding in Children: A Developmental Analysis
Maria Paula Chaparro, antonio zuffiano, Tyler John Colasante,
Tina Malti

75

Adolescent-Onset Suicidality Is Associated with Elevated CReactive Protein in Males During Young Adulthood
Lilly Shanahan, Kristen M Schorpp, Vanessa Volpe

76

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Treatment of Maternal
Depression Improves Child Adaptation
Elizabeth D Handley, Louisa C Michl, Sheree L Toth, Fred A
Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

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91

Teacher Candidates’ Self-Efficacy in Meeting Children’s
Needs: Construction of a New Scale
Chelsie Amber Hess, Teresa M McDevitt, Lindsay Beddes,
Eugene P Sheehan

92

Confirmatory Factor Analyses of the Identity and Initiative
Scales of the Youth Experience Survey, 3.0 (YES)
David Mark Hansen, Jumesha S Wade, Nadia Jessop

93

Classroom-Level Influences on Children’s Skills in the Early
School Years
Rachel Abenavoli, Deirdre Ann Katz, Kathleen M Zadzora,
Mark T Greenberg

94

Minority Students' Willingness to Seek Help for Dealing with
Bullying at School
Yaacov Yablon

95

Teachers' representations regarding their classroom:
Associations with classroom environment
Lea Tal, Smadar Dolev, Efrat Sher-Censor

96

Breadth of Particiation in Organized Activity during Middle
Childhood: A Five Year Longitudinal Study
Florence Aumètre, Francois Poulin

97

Organized after-school Programming: Youth and Parents’
Perceptions of Parental Role in Youth’s Decision to Participate
hyeyoung kang, Jill Bowers, Marcela Raffaelli, Lorraine Munoz

98

Self-Esteem and Types of Extracurricular Activities among
Nonadopted and Adopted Children
Sophi Loge, Kyla Patricia McDonald, Jamie Chun-Mei Wei,
Fataneh Farnia, Nancy J Cohen

99

106 "Doing Gender" as parents: Father’s Involvement in Housework
and Childrearing Tasks in Contemporary Urban China
Yun Zhou, Xuan Li
107 Processes shaping stepparent-stepchild relationship
development patterns from the perspective of children and
stepparents
Kristin Hadfield, Elizabeth Nixon
108 A Mixed Methods Analysis of What Childhood Factors
Enhance the Grandparent-Grandchild Relationship
Emily E. Stewart, Laura D Pittman
109 Challenges to parenting kindergarten children: a population
perspective
Eric Duku, Amanda Offord, Magdalena Z Janus
110 Differences of perveived maternal and paternal stress. A
measurement invariance analysis of the Parental Stress Index
Bernhard Piskernik, Barbara Supper, Lieselotte Ahnert
111 Parental knowledge during high school and subsequent alcohol
use post-high school
Fearghal O'Brien, Ashok Chaurasia, Bruce Simons-Morton
112 Mediators of the Effects of Poverty on Children's Intellectual
Development and Externalizing Problems
Elizabeth Rusnak, Nina S. Mounts
113 Modeling the pathway from family income to children's school
readiness: a replication analysis
Amy Taub, Janean E Dilworth-Bart
114 Residential Mobility, Developmental Contexts, and Homeless
Children’s Academic Outcomes
Kirby A Chow, Rashmita S. Mistry

Longitudinal Relations Between Domain-Neutral and DomainSpecific Instructional Practices in Fifth-Grade Mathematics
Classrooms
Holland Banse, Timothy W Curby, Natalia Palacios

115 Influence of Prenatal Homelessness on Perinatal Well-being
Staci Perlman, Sara Shaw
116 Interrelationship between Mood Variables during Pregnancy
and their Impact on Postpartum Parenting Stress
Anja C. Huizink, Barbara Menting, Mirjam Oosterman, Marije
L Verhage, Florentina Catharina Kunseler, Carlo Schuengel

100 Gender differences in young children’s STEM interest, and
identification with and perceived expertise of media characters
Molly Alysse Schlesinger, Rebekah A. Richert
101 Promoting Sense of Belong through a Pilot Peer Mentor
Program for Incoming First Year College Students
Rebecca Gullan

117 A longitudinal study of mother-infant and father-infant
interaction: comparing families with full-term and preterm
infants
ruby hall

102 A Research Experience for American Indian Undergraduates:
Examining the Student-Mentor Dyad
Emily R. Griese, DenYelle Baete Kenyon, Tracey McMahon

Health, Growth, Injury
118 The relationship between physical activity behavioural patterns,
BMI and body image among adolescents in Ireland
Margaret Lawler, Elizabeth Nixon, Caroline M Heary

Family Context & Processes
103 The Role of Siblings in Mexican American Youths’ Educational
Expectations from Adolescence to Young Adulthood
Sue Annie Rodriguez De Jesus, Kimberly Updegraff, Adriana J.
Umana-Taylor, Susan McHale, Sally I-Chun Kuo, Norma J
Perez-Brena

119 Examining the link between national health insurance coverage
and insecticide-treated net use among children under-five in
Ghana
Cynthia Yawa Haligah, Philip Baiden

104 Predicting Parents’ Differential Treatment of Siblings in
Mexican American Families
Jenny Padilla, Susan McHale, Kimberly Updegraff, Adriana J.
Umana-Taylor

120 Attachment relationships and physical activity in adolescents:
The mediation role of physical self-concept
Ru Li, Sofia Bunke, Elia Psouni
121 Attachment Security as a Moderator of the Relations between
Maternal and Child BMI
Kelly K. Bost, Matthew Ong, Anneliese Feld, Alyssa Parsons,
Angela Wiley, Barbara H Fiese

105 Links Between Sibling and Parent-Child Relationships and
Problem Behavior: Comparing Indian and Dutch Children
Kirsten Buist, Marjolein Verhoeven, Rene Hoksbergen, Jan Ter
Laak, Sujala Watve, Analpa Paranjpe

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122 Alcohol use and body mass index across early adolescence and
their common early predictors
Charlie Rioux, Natalie Castellanos Ryan, Jean Richard Seguin

138 Eleven-month-old Infants Process Sound Symbolism Based on
Both Perceptual Integration and Semantic Processing
Mechanisms
Michiko Asano, Keiichi Kitajo, Guillaume Thierry, Sotaro Kita,
Hiroyuki Okada, Mutsumi Imai

123 Prosocial Behaviors and Substance use among adolescents: The
role of parental warmth, child self-regulation, and peer
association
Chien-Ti Lee, Laura M Padilla-Walker, Jessica Hansen

139 "There's the fep!" vs. "Fep!": Infants of 7 months learn novel
words better in naming phrases than in isolation.
Christopher Fennell, Thyra Driver, Sandra R Waxman

124 The Contribution of Self-Regulation to Childhood Risk-Taking
Ana Gonzalez-Blanks, Tuppett M. Yates

140 Joint Attention and Early Language: A Micro-Behavioral
Analysis
Kaitlin Fondren, Sumarga H Suanda, Chen Yu

125 Unpacking the Relationship Between Pubertal Timing and Early
Sex Initiation: The Role of Parents and Peers
Alexander Michael Wasserman, Lisa J Crockett

141 Thirteen-month-old infants generalize new linguistic forms
across people and objects of like kind
Sweta Anantharaman, Annette M E Henderson

Language, Communication
126 Comparing Live versus Video Instruction on Children’s
Progression to Mathematical Understanding
Theodora Koumoutsakis, Ruth Breckinridge Church, Martha
Wagner Alibali, Melissa Singer, Saba AymanNolley

142 Preschoolers' word learning in noisy environments
Rochelle Newman, Justine Dombroski
143 Spatial language universals and cross-linguistic encoding:
Projective vs. topological relations
Myrto Grigoroglou, Megan Ann Johanson, Anna Papafragou

127 Stimulating Home Environment Mediates the Relationship
Between Socio-Economic Well-Being of the Family and
Children’s Language
Burcak Aktürk Ari, Aylin C Küntay, Ayhan Aksu-Koc

144 Predicting Narrative Elaboration and Participation During Book
Sharing in Mexican-American Dyads
Kelly Escobar, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Gigliana Melzi

129 What is this? Bilingual Children’s Picture Naming in a
Naturalistic Setting
Yuuki Luna Yamagiwa, Natsuki Atagi, Catherine Sandhofer

145 Repeated shared book reading interactions: Variability and
stability in mother-child discourse
rotem schapira, Dorit Aram, Margalit Ziv

130 Two languages, one mind: Within language priming in FrenchSpanish bilingual children
Louah SIRRI, Pia Rämä

Methods, History, Theory
146 Psychometric Properties of Two New Measures of Cellphone
Use: The Cellphone Compulsion and Cellphone Downsides
Questionnaires
Karla Klein Murdock, Sue K. Adams, Caroline Crichlow-Ball,
Mikael Horissian

131 Family factors predicting heritage language vocabulary
development
Jessica Willard, Carol Scheffner Hammer, Birgit Leyendecker
132 When time becomes a place: Temporal gestures, timelines, and
the development of children's spatial understanding of time
Katharine Tillman, Tyler Marghetis, David A Barner, Mahesh
Srinivasan

147 Relations Between Measures of Executive Functioning and
Reading Comprehension in School-Aged Children: A MetaAnalysis
C Nikki Arrington, Jeremy Miciak, Pat Taylor, Amery Treble,
Amanda Child, Emily Huston-Warren, Paul Cirino, Karla
Stuebing

133 Early Gesture Use: Longitudinal Implications for Language
Development in Toddlers at Risk for ASD
Laurie Swineford, Chloe Zachary, Phebe Albert, Stacy
Manwaring, Audrey Thurm

148 Child development in Mexico: A systematic review of the last
20 years of literature and recommendations for population
monitoring
Betania Allen-Leigh, Filipa de Castro, Rosalba Rojas, Tonatiuh
Barrientos, Jean Marie Place, Socorro Parra

134 Mommy Say Baby Do: Parent Speech and Infant Gesture
during a Picture-Book Task
Kristin M Johnson, Emily Shroads, Makeba Parramore
Wilbourn

Moral Development

135 Etiological & longitudinal relationships between language,
reading fluency, and reading comprehension in 7, 12 & 16 yearold twins
Maria Grazia Tosto, Marianna E Hayiou-Thomas, Philip S
Dale, Robert Plomin

149 Sustaining Environmentalism over Time in Activist Youth Vs.
Adults: A Longitudinal, Mixed Method Study of Generative
Predictors
Michael W Pratt, Susan Alisat, Elise Bisson, Kyle Matsuba

136 Linguistic and cognitive strategies in Turkish, Greek and
English children's narratives: Reference and text coherence
Ageliki Nicolopoulou, Ayhan Aksu-Koc, Ianthi Maria Tsimpli

150 The Importance of Generativity for Youth Activists and
Nonactivists: A Mixed-Methods Study of Generative Concern
and Commitment
Susan Alisat, Michael W Pratt, Elise Bisson, Kyle Matsuba

137 Interpreting early preferences: Familiarity vs. novelty effects in
the acquisition of Subject-Verb agreement
Elena Koulaguina, Jennifer Culbertson, Nayeli GonzalezGomez, Geraldine Legendre, Thierry Nazzi

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151 Empathy and Prosocial-Flow as Mediators between Parental
Variables and Prosocial Behavior Toward Strangers, Friends,
and Family
Belén Mesurado

166 Differential susceptibility to parenting in 4 RCTs on parent selfefficacy and emotion regulation strategies
Benedicte Mouton, Isabelle Roskam, Laurie Loop
167 Validity of Attachment Measures for Moderate-Risk, Rural
Early Adolescents: Questionnaire, Interview, and Observational
Methods
Shari L Kidwell, Michelle Suzanne Deaton, Morgan Blevins,
Ashley Hamm

152 Mothers and Adolescents use Greater Moral Reasoning when
Discussing Ingroup Victims
Erin Karahuta, Deborah J. Laible, Sarah L Pierotti, Mary B
Eberly Lewis, Gustavo Carlo, Jill Froimson
153 The Role of Intentionality and Norm Violation in Children's
Causal Attribution
Marina Josephs, Jana Samland, Michael R. Waldmann, Hannes
Rakoczy

168 Home Behavioral Observations and Negative Parental Emotions
Margaret Smith, George W Holden
169 Parenting at Risk: Depression and Daily Emotions in Mothers
of Clinically Referred Preschoolers
Sarah E Martin, John Boekamp, Lauren Williamson, Mia
DeMarco

154 Finding Social domain distinctions at the neuro level: A tDCS
study of moral and conventional responses.
Stephen Thoma, Rick Houser, Erin O'Connor, Yangxue Dong

170 Promoting optimal parenting, family functioning and children’s
mental health: Long term effects of the How-to Parenting
Program
Geneviève Aimee Mageau, Mireille Joussemet, Richard
Koestner, Marie-Claude Beaudet-Ménard, Joannie Lessard

155 Opinion or Knowledge?: Form of Testimony Matters when
children accept information from others
JEEYOUNG NOH, Laura Elenbaas, Melanie A. Killen
156 Moral Identity Development from Adolescence to Mid Age:
The Importance of Context
Tobias Krettenauer, Andrea Murua, Jasprit Pandori

171 Representation and Stereotypical Parental Portrayals in Books
on Girl’s Pubertal Development
Rona Carter, Amira Halawah, Lauren DeVincent

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

172 Coparenting, marital conflict, and parent-child emotions in
European American, African American, and Latino American
Families
Eric W Lindsey, Samuel Warrick, Tiffany Ann Miller

157 Father’s Empathy and Narcissism as Mediators of Child
Outcomes in Domestically Violent Families
Amanda Dyson, Victoria Lishak, Katreena Scott
158 Early Life Communicative Stress and Depression
Poorna Kushalnagar

173 When Two Become Three: Associations between Parental
Embodied Mentalizing and Co-parenting abilities
Dana McDevitt Shai, Noa Gueron-Sela, Naama Atzaba-Poria

159 Risk Factors and Moderators Predicting Expectant Fathers’
Physical Child Abuse Potential
Tamika L Smith, Christina Maria Rodriguez

174 The Role of Toddler’s Attention to Threat and Parenting
Behaviors in Children’s Shyness Development
Alexandra Carlyle Hummel, Julie Elizabeth Premo, Elizabeth J
Kiel

160 The Impact of Infant Attachment Security and Contextual Risk
on Child Development Using Standard Regression and the
Nested F-Test
Katherine Leigh Guyon-Harris, Alissa Christine Huth-Bocks,
Silvana Alfaro-Bordon

175 Exploring Governance Transfer--A New Model of Behavioral
Autonomy and Regulation
Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver, Sheila Kathleen Marshall

161 Attachment Representations in Preschool: Predicting Doll Play
Representations from Infant and Maternal Attachment Measures
Heather Rachelle McLean, Heidi N Bailey

176 Parental Monitoring in Late Adolescence: Relations to ADHD
Symptoms and Longitudinal Predictors
Raziye Salari, Lisa Berlin Thorell

162 Gender as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Maternal
Attachment Anxiety and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Kiera James, Feven Ogbaselase, Joanna Herres

177 The Role of Maternal Support on Preschoolers' Memory
Performance
David J Rudek

163 Strange Situation Security as Related to Exploration in the
Parent’s Presence: Replication of Mothers and Extension to
Fathers
Naomi Irene Gribneau Bahm, Frances Nkara, Mary Main, Erik
Hesse

178 Applying the Depression-Distortion to Reporting of Adolescent
Stress
Issar Daryanani, Jessica Leigh Hamilton, Benjamin G Shapero,
Taylor A Burke, Lauren B. Alloy, Lyn Y. Abramson
179 Beyond Frequency of Reading: Reconceptualizing the Link
between Mother-Child Reading and Children’s Language Skills
Jenessa Malin, Natasha Cabrera

164 Secure versus Avoidant Strange Situation Behavior as Related
to Compliance with Mother and Father in the Laboratory
Naomi Irene Gribneau Bahm, Frances Nkara, Mary Main, Erik
Hesse

180 Reinforcement, Reasoning, and Cooperation: A Qualitative
Analysis of Parental Responses to Early Childhood Prosocial
Vignettes
Alicia Ann Bower, Juan F Casas

165 Young Adults’ Recollections of Discipline and Punishment:
Relations With Externalizing and Attachment
Mary Elizabeth Curtner-Smith, Equiller Mahone, Erica
Florence Jordan

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181 Parents’ Domain-Specific Ability Mindsets Influence Support
during Reading and Math Tasks with Preschoolers
Sarah H. Eason, Katherine Muenks, Geetha B. Ramani, David
Miele, Meredith L. Rowe

195 Effects of Reverse-Migration Separation and Reunification
upon Low Income Chinese Immigrant Parents and Children in
New York City
Kam Man Kenny Kwong

182 Autonomy support and toddler committed compliance: A
longitudinal and observational design
Julie C. Laurin, David R Forman, Mireille Joussemet

196 An Exploration of the Influence of Latino Migrant Parent Legal
Status on US-born Children Ages 7-10
Kalina Brabeck, Angela Murcia, Patricia Taubin, Yalinda
Goris

183 A Meta-Analysis of the Influence of Global Parenting Styles on
Early Childhood Self-Regulation
Katherine Paschall

197 Effects of Poverty on Emotion Regulation in Middle Childhood
Using Computerized Behavioral Assessments
Christian Capistrano, Hannah Bianco, Pilyoung Kim

184 Diverging Psychological and Physiological Correlates of
Parental Empathy for Parents and Children
Erika Manczak, Anita DeLongis, Edith Chen

198 Understanding Young Children’s Reasoning about Children and
Families Living in Poverty
Lindsey Nenadal, Rashmita S. Mistry

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

School Readiness/Childcare

185 Navigating complexity: Experienced infant walkers employ
diverse strategies to flexibly execute reaching through narrow
apertures
Sandra Herrera, Jill Ashley Dosso, Jean-Paul Boudreau

199 Program Outcomes from a Parent-Implemented Emergent
Literacy Intervention for At-risk Prekindergarteners: A Multilevel Analysis
Cynthia M. Zettler-Greeley, Laura Lyons Bailet

186 Walking skill and its relationship to toddlers’ physical growth
and cognitive ability
Simone V Gill, Kimberly J Saudino

200 Can Early Care and Education Close the School Readiness Gap
for Language Minority Children?
Erika Hoff, Krystal M. Ribot, Sarah Mock

187 Effects of Sociocultural and Overweight Status on Infants’
Motor Milestones
Do Kyeong Lee, Omran Majumder, Carmen Jimenez-Robbins,
Whitney G Cole, Shohan Hasan, Marry Jo Messito, Rachel
Gross, Alan L Mendelsohn, Karen E Adolph

201 A Look into Nanny Care of Young Children in Thailand
Promjawan Udommana, Carollee Howes
202 Improving the learning environment of in-home family
childcare: An examination of the Nurturing Homes Initiative
Laura Dickson, Louise E Davis, Shane T Warren, Tia M
Gregory, Kelly Carmody

188 Use it or Lose it? Effects of Disuse on Crawling Skill
Whitney G Cole, Jesse Young, Beatrix Vereijken, Scott Reginald
Robinson, Karen E Adolph

203 Pathways to cognitive development in offspring exposed to
maternal depression symptoms
Chantal Paquin, Catherine Herba, Michel Boivin, Ginette
Dionne, Jean Richard Seguin, Richard E Tremblay

189 Individual Differences in Self-Locomotion and Stranger
Anxiety: Are They Related?
Kelly Escobar, Rebecca Joan Brand

204 Do Progress Monitoring Data Tell Us Anything About
Classroom Quality? A Mixed-Methods Study
Emily Keller Snell, Barbara A. Wasik

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
190 Racial/Ethnic Socialization and Academic Performance in
Adolescents Across Racial/Ethnic Groups: The Mediating Role
of Self-Esteem
Shixin Fang, Tiffany Yip

205 Picture book reading at 18 months and children’s school
readiness: links with emerging cognitive and academic skills
Mark Wade, Vaunam Venkadasalam, Maria Slastion, Jennifer
Jenkins, Patricia A Ganea

191 Young Children’s Racial/Ethnic Awareness, Identification, and
Intergroup Attitudes: Does Attending A Dual-Language
Program Matter?
Catherine H. Coddington, Victoria Calip Rodriguez, Rashmita
S. Mistry, Alison Bailey

206 A Propensity Score Analysis of Latino Children’s Pre-K
Experiences in Relation to School Readiness Outcomes
Catherine H. Coddington, Jeremiah Garza, Rashmita S. Mistry

Sex, Gender

192 The Comparison of Measurement Invariance on Adolescents’
Coping with Peer Victimization between Taiwan and United
States
Ting-Lan Ma, Amy Bellmore

207 The Development of Heterosexist Attitudes Towards Romantic
Relationships
Caitlin M Clark, Rebecca Sue Bigler

193 Same Parenting Practice, Different Ways: Culture influences
parents’ goals, behaviors, and the relations between them
WEN WANG, Chang Su-Russell, Claire D Vallotton

208 Masculinity and School Engagement in Middle School
Adam Rogers
209 Learning, Play, and Identity in Gendered Lego Franchises
Tammie Foliaki, Stephanie M Reich, Rebecca Black, Ksenia
Korobkova

194 Behavioral predictors of self-regulation in Chinese versus
American three-year olds
Karen Caplovitz Barrett, Jun Wang, Dongying Zhang

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Social Cognition

Social, Emotional, Personality

210 Training newborns to imitate: Can parents increase newborn
imitative responses?
Siobhan C Kennedy, Mark Gregory Nielsen, Virginia P
Slaughter

226 Examining Parents’ and Children’s Reports of Body-Related
Parenting Practices and Relations to Children’s Body
Dissatisfaction
Sarah Hinkley, Shayla C Holub, Davelle Cheng

211 When Children and Adults Stop Over-imitating: Efficiency does
Matter!
Yuting Xia, Qingfen Hu

227 Tools for Assessing the Intensity of Emotional Feelings in
Children
Manfred Holodynski, Petra Kortas-Hartmann

212 Links Between Imitation and Mental Development: A CrossLagged Twin Study
Megan Flom, Sue Fenstermacher, Kimberly J Saudino

228 Vigilant Girls: Self-Surveillance Linked to Impaired Social
Skills and Executive Functions
Kimberly Burdette, Amy Bohnert, Zareen Kamal, Rebecca Levin
Silton

213 Hot and Cool Executive Function in Reactive versus Proactive
Situations
Nancy M Garon, Emily Stubbert, Lauren Kervin, Justine
Cawley, Sarah Peverill, Samantha Casey

229 A Three Year Study on the Roles of Parents and Peers in Risk
and Protective Factors of White and Black/African American
Youth
Jenny Glozman, Susan S Chuang, Miles McNall

214 The Social Cognition of Prosocial-Aggressive Youth: Social
Network Knowledge and Beliefs about Popularity Attainment
Tabitha J Wurster, Hongling Xie

230 Shyness, Sociability, and Social Rejection in Children and
Adolescents
Alva Tang, Ayelet Lahat, Catherine A. McDonald, Victoria
Stead, Michael J Crowley, Louis A. Schmidt

215 20-month-old Infants Expect Members of a Social Group to
Share Preferences
Megan Alyssa Smith, Rose Scott

231 Cross-cultural emotion recognition in children and adults
Margaret C Moulson, Belle Nicole Reyes

216 Increased Exposure to Unattractive Infants Decreases Liking
Stevie Schein, Judith H Langlois

232 The Mediating Effect of Executive Functioning on the
Association of Emotion Expression and Emotion Knowledge
Samantha Nicole Plourde, David E Ferrier, Susanne Denham

217 Social Experiences in Inclusive Settings: Endogenous and
Exogenous Contributing Factors
Mati Zakai-Mashiach, Michal Levin Al-Yagon, Esther Dromi

233 Preschoolers' Emotion Learning
Jennifer Bailey Bisson, James A Green

218 Children’s sensitivity to their own knowledge states in
informing
Sunae Kim, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian, Joëlle Proust

234 Maternal Positive and Negative Touch Behaviors
Longitudinally Predict Temperament and Social-Emotional
Delays
Angela Kurth, Darcia Narvaez, Lijuan Wang, Ying Cheng,
Tracy Gleason, Jennifer Elizabeth Burke Lefever

219 Preschoolers Use Ownership to Predict People’s Behaviors
Madison Pesowski, Ori Friedman
220 Theory of mind for small social groups: preschoolers’ working
memory capacity for multiple false beliefs
Michelle Cheng, lu wang, Alan M Leslie

235 The Relation between Child Temperament and Mothers'
Response to Children's Emotions: The Role of Child Age and
Child Gender
Hilary Renee Bougher, Jessica Grady, Amy Elizabeth Root,
Stephanie Clarke

221 Children’s Understanding of Intent When Distributing a Reward
Following a Joint Task
Bethany MacDonald, Rebecca A Williamson

236 Adolescent Pretentious, Peer-Oriented, and Individualistic
Dispositions: Differences in Self-Regulation, Affectivity,and
Parenting
Melissa Vera-Hughes, Mary B Eberly Lewis

222 In-service Preschool Teacher Self-efficacy and Personal and
Environmental Factors
Raina Kim

237 Is There Really Anything Wrong with Today’s
Twentysomethings?
Elizabeth P. Shulman, Laurence Steinberg

223 Are There Different Pathways to Theory of Mind for
Monolingual and Bilingual Preschoolers? A Longitudinal
Examination
Vanessa Diaz, M. Jeffrey Farrar

238 Cognitive Distortions, Personality Traits and Aggression
among adolescents: A Two Years Prospective Study
TASNIM REHNA, RUBINA HANIF

224 Sibling Composition, Executive Function, and Children’s
Thinking about Mental Diversity
Katie Kennedy, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan

239 Resource allocation preferences for Taiwanese children and
young adults
Yuh-Ling Shen, Eunice Lai

225 Does ToM in preschool predict the ability to think about one’s
reader’s mind in elementary school? A longitudinal study
Julie Comay, Joan Peskin, Carly Prusky, Xi Chen

240 Perceptions of Aggression among Children and Adolescents
Living in Municipalities with High Levels of Violent Conflict
in Colombia
ELSA LUCIA ESCALANTE, Sonia Mariel Suarez

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256 Walk the Walk or Walk the Talk: Mimicking Actual or
Perceived Substance Use of Peers
Kim Pattiselanno, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christian Steglich,
Rene Veenstra

Social Relationships
241 An Examination of Aggressive Expression and Inhibitory
Control Skills in a Normative Preschool Sample
Erin Ruth Baker, Mary Flaim, Elliot Greive, Scott
Graupensperger, Cjersti Jensen, Marie S Tisak

257 Mental Health Stigma: Using Factor Analysis to Develop an
Empirical Model of Mental Health Stigma in Adolescents
Charlotte Silke, Caroline M Heary, Lorraine Swords

242 Children’s Respect and Aggressive Behavior
Joanna Peplak, Tina Malti

258 Affiliation With Academically-Oriented Peers and Children’s
Academic Functioning
Elizabeth Moorman Kim, Kyongboon Kwon, Susan M. Sheridan

243 Longitudinal Relationships Between Aggressive Behavior and
Life Quality in Adolescence
Xenia Müller, Christoph Michael Müller, Gérard Bless

259 The role of maternal social network in children’s social skill
development
Rebecca J Goodman, Kristen L Bub, Scott Ketring, Laura
Dickerson, Alexander Chan

244 Aggression among Adolescent Victims of School Bullying:
Economic Hardship and Perceived Social Support as
Moderators
Shaun D. Duggins, Gabriel Paul Kuperminc, Christopher
Henrich, Ciara P Smalls, Julia L Perilla

Social Cognition

245 Coping With Peer Victimization: A Meta-analysis on the
Effectiveness of Children’s Responses
Maximillian Lee Shear, David Disabato, Kari J Visconti, Seth
Kaplan

260 Children Choose Willing Partners in a Cooperative Task
Kelly Reina, Joan Silk

246 Links between Childhood Sexual Abuse, Social Behavior
Problems and Attachment to Peers in Adolescence
Andra Lorent, Tristan Milot, Diane St-Laurent, Louise Éthier

Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
(Event 1-055) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

247 Peer Victimization and Physical Health Symptoms: The Role of
Inflammatory Markers
Allyson Arana, Erin Boyd, Erika Venzor, Maria Elizabeth
Guarneri-White, Lauri A JensenCampbell

1-055. From Blankies to Genes: The Role of the Nonobvious in Children's Conceptions of the World
Chair: Susan E Carey
Speaker: Susan A Gelman

248 The Influence of Relationship Knowledge and Intention Cues
on Children’s Evaluations of Peer Provocation
Jessica Sessions, Cassandra Grey, Glen E Ray
249 Peer victimization, anxiety, and oppositional defiant disorder
symptoms: Do emotion regulation abilities promote resilience?
Darcy Elizabeth Burgers, Ijeoma Osigwe, Lindsey Bruett,
Deborah A. G. Drabick

Biography. Susan A. Gelman is the Heinz Werner Distinguished
University Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan.
She received her B.A. in Psychology and Classical Greek from
Oberlin College, and her Ph.D. in Psychology from Stanford
University. Susan studies concepts and language in young children.
She is the author of over 200 scholarly publications, including a prizewinning monograph, The Essential Child (Oxford University Press,
2003). She is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a fellow of the
Association for Psychological Science, the American Psychological
Association (Division 7), and the Cognitive Science Society. She has
served as President of the Cognitive Development Society, review
panelist for NIH, NSF, and the Ford Foundation, and board member
of several scientific societies. Her honors include a J. S. Guggenheim
Fellowship, the American Psychological Association Distinguished
Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology, and
the Developmental Psychology Mentor Award of the American
Psychological Association.

250 Reciprocal Relations between Peer Victimization and Social
Avoidance Motivation across Childhood and Adolescence
Nicole M Llewellyn, Karen D. Rudolph
251 Developmental and Gender Differences in Communication
Withdrawal Motives in Adolescent and Young Adult Romantic
Relationships
Gary C Glick, Amanda Rose
252 Parents and romantic partners – Congruence or compensation?
Tina Kretschmer, Albertine Oldehinkel
253 Gender Differences in Theory of Mind and Peer Relationships
Olga Galperin, Rachael D. Reavis, Stephanie E. Miller,
Genevieve Lewis, Mary Tierney, Brittany Nielsen
254 Children’s Communication with Siblings and Friends during
Play From Early to Middle Childhood
Jamie Leach, Nina Howe, Ganie B DeHart

Abstract: A hallmark of human cognition is the capacity to look
below the surface of the world around us to consider ideas that are
non-obvious or abstract. We see this from commonsense construals
of experience (with ideas regarding germs, ownership, or fairness) to

255 Gender Differences in the Role of Depression in the
Relationship Between Friendship Intimacy and Problematic
Internet Use
Patricia Dieter, Cynthia A Erdley

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some of the most sophisticated concepts of our species (microscopic
structure, shape of the earth, formal logic). Where do such ideas
come from, and how do they develop? I review evidence that,
contrary to many prevailing theories, children's early thought is not
limited to grasping what is tangible and concrete. To the contrary,
children readily consider hidden, internal, abstract entities in
numerous domains of thought. I will discuss examples from
categorization, language, and children's understanding of everyday
experience. These findings have implications for the minds of
children, the social nature of human cognition, and the foundations of
human thought.

in Child Development, Lancet Global Health, The Journal of the
American Medical Association, The Journal of the American
Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, JAMA
Psychiatry, Social Science and Medicine, and PLoS One.
Abstract: The global burden of mental disorders due to violence and
conflict is substantial, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa where the
impact of war has been disproportionately high. Children exposed to
war suffer from high rates of traumatic stress reactions, comorbid
internalizing, externalizing problems and high risk behaviors, as well
as interpersonal deficits and problems in emotion regulation. In 2002,
we began a prospective longitudinal study of war-affected children in
Sierra Leone (N=529). Follow-up data were collected in 2003/2004
and 2008. The study examined risk and protective factors shaping
social reintegration and psychosocial adjustment in these youth over
time. Findings to date indicate that exposure to toxic stress (i.e.
extreme violence) as well as post-conflict hardships (e.g., poor
community relationships) are risk factors for poor developmental
outcomes, while protective factors, such as community acceptance
and family support, positively impact psychosocial adjustment. Based
on the findings of the longitudinal study, we developed a culturallyinformed group mental health intervention for war-affected youth.
The Youth Readiness Intervention (YRI) is a Stage 1 trauma
intervention aimed at improving interpersonal skills, emotion
regulation, and daily functioning. The YRI integrates common
elements of evidence-based interventions for survivors of complex
trauma, and was culturally-adapted using focus groups and key
informant interviews. We conducted a randomized controlled trial in
Sierra Leone for 15-24 year-old youth exhibiting psychological
distress and functional impairments. Participants were randomized to
the YRI (n=222) or a control condition (n=214). YRI participants
received 10 weekly group sessions, after which youth were
randomized to subsidized education (n=220) or wait-list control
(n=216). Youth were assessed at post-intervention and six-month
follow-up. Post-intervention, YRI youth reported greater
improvements in emotion regulation, prosocial attitudes/behaviors,
social support, and reduced functional impairment, and significant
follow-up effects on school enrollment, school attendance, and
classroom behavior compared to controls. However, at eight-month
follow-up, teachers reported that YRI participants were 8.9 times
more likely to be in school and showed better attendance and
academic performance.

(Event 1-056) Invited Address
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-056. Using Longitudinal Data to Develop Group Mental
Health Interventions for War-Affected Youth
Chair: Ann S Masten
Speaker: Theresa Betancourt
Biography. Theresa S. Betancourt, Sc.D., M.A., is Director of
the Research Program on Children and Global Adversity (RPCGA)
and Associate Professor of Child Health and Human Rights at the
Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Her central research
interests include: developmental and psychosocial consequences of
concentrated adversity on children and families; resilience and
protective processes in child development; child health and human
rights; and applied cross-cultural mental health research.
Dr. Betancourt has extensive experience in conducting research
among children and families in low-resource settings, particularly in
the context of humanitarian emergencies. She has been involved in
the adaptation and testing of several mental health interventions for
children and families facing adversity due to violence and chronic
illness, including as PI of an NIMH-funded project to develop and
evaluate a parenting/Family Strengthening Intervention (FSI) for
HIV-affected families in Rwanda. She has recently worked with
partners to adapt this intervention to focus on families with young
children (<3 years) living in extreme poverty and options for
delivering such family home visiting interventions via Rwanda's
Social Protection system.
Dr. Betancourt is currently PI of an ongoing project to integrate an
evidence-based behavioral intervention for war-affected youth (the
Youth Readiness Intervention) into education and employment
programs in Sierra Leone. She is also PI of an NIMHD-funded
project using community-based participatory research methods to
study conceptualizations of mental health problems as well as
attitudes about healing and help-seeking to design family-based
preventive interventions for Somali Bantu and Bhutanese refugees in
the Boston metropolitan area.
One of Dr. Betancourt’s longest standing projects (begun in 2002),
is a prospective longitudinal/intergenerational study of war-affected
youth in Sierra Leone. A current NICHD R01 research grant is
supporting a fourth wave of data collection in the cohort to
investigate the intergenerational effects of war in Sierra Leone by
examining health and development of the young children of the
original cohort as well as intimate partner relationships. This research
comprises one of the few intergenerational studies of war ever
conducted in sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Betancourt has written
extensively on mental health, child development, family functioning
and resilience in children facing adversity including recent articles

(Event 1-057) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-057. Is "Popularity" Universal? Cross-cultural
Examinations of Popularity Among Peers
Chair: Doran C French
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The culture of the classroom context accounts for variations in
the factors underlying popularity in preadolescence
Megan A Wood, William M Bukowski, Jonathan Bruce Santo,
Kristen Dunfield

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Conceptualizing and Measuring Popularity Among Adolescents
in Central Ghana
Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Yuli R Tak
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Cross-Cultural Comparison of Peer Status Correlates in
Adolescence
Christopher S Sheppard, Mitchell J Prinstein, Yao Shuqiao, Zhu
Xiongzhao, John R.Z. Abela

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Popularity and Social Preference in Indonesian Adolescents:
Doran C French, Li Niu, Siyu Xu, Urip Purwono

(Event 1-060) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-060. Neurobiological Influences of Parenting in
Emotionally Salient Contexts: Implications for Adolescent
Physical and Mental Health
Chair: Cecile D Ladouceur
Discussant: Nicholas Allen

(Event 1-058) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-058. Notions of Emotion: Diverse Emotion and Reward
Pathways in Adolescent Risk Taking
Chair: Kathryn L Modecki
Discussant: Patrick Tolan
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Developmental Trajectories of Self-Regulation Predict Later
Decision-Making Tendencies: A Nine-Year Longitudinal Study
Joshua A. Weller, Andrew Parker, Maureen Reynolds

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Driving Recklessly: When the Risks Matter Less than the
Benefits
Shelly Sadek McCoy

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Worth Their While? Using ESM to Investigate Adolescents’
Reward-Bias, Daily Emotion and Risk Behavior
Kathryn L Modecki, Bep Uink, Bonnie L. Barber

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Parental Socialization of Anxiety is Associated with Early
Adolescents’ Neural Response to Threat
Jennifer S. Silk, Rosalind D Elliott, Cecile D Ladouceur,
Ronald E Dahl, Erika E Forbes, Neal D. Ryan, Greg J. Siegle

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Parenting Strategies during a Stressful Event are Linked to
Error-related Brain Activity in Anxious Youth
Cecile D Ladouceur, Patricia Zhi-tei Tan, Jennifer S. Silk,
Kristy Benoit Allen, Vinod Sharma, Greg J. Siegle, Ronald E
Dahl, Neal D. Ryan

1-061. Maternal Education, Parenting, and Children’s
Academic Outcomes: Implications for Intervention
Chair: Jessica Harding
Discussant: Katherine Magnuson

1-059. Pathways to word learning: the effect of exposure
and learning of language specific rules
Chair: Claire Delle Luche

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Protective Effects of Positive Parenting on Adolescent Health:
Observed Parenting Behavior Predicts Later Inflammation
Michelle L. Byrne, Sally Horne, Orli S. Schwartz, Sarah Lauren
Whittle, Julian Guy Simmons, Lisa Sheeber, Nicholas Allen

(Event 1-061) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

(Event 1-059) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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The recognition of vocalic patterns in words in 9-11 month-old
infants learning Hebrew
Osnat Segal, Tamar Keren-Portnoy, Marilyn M Vihman

Understanding the Relationship Between Increases in Maternal
Education and Child Development: A Longitudinal Approach
Celia Gomez, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, John B Willett

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The role of vowel phonotactics in native speech segmentation
Katrin Skoruppa, Claire Delle Luche, Stuart Rosen, Andrew
Nevins, Laurence White, Caroline Floccia

Associations between Maternal Participation in Education and
Positive Parenting Practices
Jessica Harding, Pamela Morris

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Parents’ Persistence and Certification in a Two-Generation
Education and Training Program
Terri Sabol, Teresa Sommer, P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale,
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Christopher King,
Ummul Kathawalla, Rayane Alamuddin, Celia Gomez, Emily C.
Ross

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Impact of long-term exposure on infants’ word segmentation in
infant- and adult-directed speech contexts
Melanie Steffi Schreiner, Nivedita Mani

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The acquisition of native assimilation rules: evidence from
event-related potentials
Mathilde Fort, perrine brusini, Julia Carbajal, Ghislaine
Dehaene-Lambertz, Sharon Peperkamp

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(Event 1-062) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Latina Mothers as Resources for Early Mathematics Education
Marta Civil

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JUMP and SPIN: A Case Study of Early Math and Science
Learning
Kathy Nakagawa, Emily Earl, Martha Cocchiarella, Angela
Arzubiaga

1-062. Social Neuroscience of Social Rejection and Links to
Psychopathology
Chairs: Eva H Telzer, Johanna M Jarcho
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Kinder: A Novel Task to Assess Neural Response to Social
Acceptance Versus Rejection
Jennifer Bress, Greg Hajcak Proudfit

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Dysregulated Neural Response to Social Evaluation In Bullied
Adolescents
Johanna M Jarcho, Megam Davis, Ellen Leibenluft, Nathan A
Fox, Daniel S Pine, Eric Nelson

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(Event 1-065) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-065. Kindergarten in Transition: School Readiness,
Instructional Practices, and Student Outcomes
Chair: Elise Chor
Discussant: Deborah A Phillips

Social Pain in the Context of Peer Victimization: Implications
for Depression
Karen D. Rudolph, Michelle Miernicki, Wendy Troop-Gordon,
Eva H Telzer
Neural Correlates of Forgiving but not Punishing Social
Exclusion Vary as a Function of Chronic Childhood Peer
Rejection
Geert-Jan Will, Eveline Crone, Pol van Lier, Berna Guroglu

(Event 1-063) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Housing instability and academic trajectories for children in
Head Start
Sara Anne Schmitt, Shannon Tierney Lipscomb

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The influence of demographic factors on low-income Latino
children’s school success
Guadalupe Diaz, Megan M McClelland

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Family Correlates of Changes in School Engagement among
Racial/Ethnic Minority Students
Aryn M Dotterer

Kids today: Changes in School Readiness in an Early
Childhood Era
Daphna Bassok, Scott Latham

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The Effects of Teachers’ Time Use on Students’
Socioemotional and Behavioral Outcomes in Kindergarten
Mimi Engel, Amy Claessens

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Kindergarten Mathematics Instruction and the Common Core
Tyler W. Watts, George Farkas, Greg J Duncan

(Event 1-066) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-063. Family correlates of academic risk and achievement
Chair: Amanda Roy
Discussant: Kirsten L Kainz
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1-066. Child and Adolescent Friendship Formation and
Adjustment: Functions of Individual and Interpersonal
Environmental Characteristics
Chair: Maedeh Aboutalebi Karkavandi
Discussant: Heidi Gazelle
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Testing Direction of Effects Among Anxious Solitude,
Academic Achievement, and Reciprocated Friendships from 3rd
to 7th Grade
Siang Joo Seah, Heidi Gazelle

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(Event 1-064) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Anxiety and Avoidance of Friendship Intimacy and Rejection
Sensitivity as Mediators in the Social Adversity-Loneliness
Link
Samantha Ferguson, Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck

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1-064. Family Engagement in Early Mathematics Learning
Chairs: Michelle F. Maier, Eric Dearing

Cultural Identity, and Perceived Peer and Parent Outgroup
Norms in Relation to Engagement in Cross-group Friendships
Alaina Brenick, Kelly Romano

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Change in Friendship Networks from Beginning to the End
Third Grade: Effects of Classroom Emotional Climate
Maedeh Aboutalebi Karkavandi, Heidi Gazelle, Garry Robins

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Does Having a Shy Friend Impact Popular and Well-Liked
Young Adolescents?
Rebecca G. Etkin, Julie C Bowker

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Maternal Supportive Interactions on a Joint Spatial ProblemSolving Task and Their Young Daughters' Spatial and
Arithmetic Skills
Beth M Casey, Eric Dearing
The Role of Parents in Young Children’s Math Learning:
Cognitive and Emotional Factors
Susan Cohen Levine, Elizabeth A Gunderson, Erin Maloney,
Gerardo Ramirez, Sian Beilock

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(Event 1-067) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Neural and behavioral sensitivity to boundary cues across
development
Katrina Ferrara, Soojin Park, Barbara Landau

1-067. Deviations in Early Care and Development of the
Amygdala: Integrating Evidence from Animal and Human
Studies
Chair: Karlen Lyons-Ruth
Discussant: Stephen Suomi

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Reorientation ability predicts early spatial symbol reading
Moira R. Dillon, Elizabeth Spelke

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(Event 1-070) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Infant Disorganized Attachment and Maternal Disrupted
Communication: Differential Relations to Left Amygdala
Volume in Adulthood
Karlen Lyons-Ruth

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Human Amygdala-PFC Circuit Development as an Ontogenetic
Adaptation Following Maternal Deprivation
Nim Tottenham

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Good Memories of Infant Trauma: Infant Abuse-Attachment
Cues Rescue Adult Depressive-Like Behaviors and Alter
Amygdala Function
Regina Marie Sullivan

1-070. Mechanisms Linking Contextual Risk Factors to
Young Children's Effortful Control and Socioemotional
Adjustment
Chair: Annemiek Karreman
Discussant: Sarah Jane Schoppe-Sullivan
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Child Effortful Control Mediates the Links between Parenting
Warmth and Control and Chinese-American Children’s School
Readiness
Jing Yu, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Shelby Sullivan Jones,
Kathy Thi Tuong Vu, Craig H Hart

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Parental Mental Health and Self-Control as Predictors of
Effortful Control in Young Boys: Mediating Effects of
Parenting Behaviors
Annemiek Karreman, Marcel van Aken, Maja Dekovic,
Marjolein Verhoeven, Marianne Junger, Cornelieke van de
Beek, Chantal van Aken, Theo A. H. Doreleijers

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The Relations of Prenatal and Postnatal Maternal Depressive
Symptoms to Effortful Control and Adjustment in Early
Childhood
Stephanie F Thompson, Liliana J. Lengua, Lyndsey Moran,
Maureen Zalewski Regnier

(Event 1-068) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-068. Online data collection: Challenges and solutions to
21st century data dilemmas
Chair: Lisa Jacobson
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Electronic data capture systems: You get what you ask for?
Mark McCurdy, T. Andrew Zabel, Brian P Daly

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Psychometric properties of caregiver-report youth behavior
ratings administered online
Alison E. Pritchard, Taylor A. Koriakin, Erin Jones, Lisa
Jacobson

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(Event 1-071) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Factors affecting computer-based data collection: Timing
accuracy, operating system, and device type
Philip Schatz

1-071. Racial and Ethnic Socialization and Identity
Development in African American and Latino Families
Chair: Beth E Kurtz-Costes
Discussant: Stephanie Johnson Rowley

(Event 1-069) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-069. Geometric reorientation: Neural and cognitive
signatures in mice and humans
Chair: Barbara Landau
Discussant: Sang Ah Lee
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Place recognition and heading retrieval are dissociable in mice
(and possibly men)
Joshua B. Julian, Alexander Keinath, Isabel Muzzio, Russell A.
Epstein

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The Early Cultural Socialization Context of Latino Children in
Immigrant Families
Daniela Aldoney, Natasha Cabrera

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Parent Racial Centrality, Racial Socialization, and Academic
Outcomes in African American Youth
Aixa Marchand, Stephanie Johnson Rowley

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Race Centrality Development in Black Youth and Parents
Adam J. Hoffman, Beth E Kurtz-Costes, Elizabeth Ann Adams,
Katherine Aidan Perkins

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(Event 1-072) Paper Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

(Event 1-074) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-072. Mentoring that Makes a Difference: The
Importance of Trust, Attunement and Opportunities
Chairs: Pamela Ebstyne King, Jeanne Rhodes
Discussant: Nicole Taylor

1-074. SES and Infant Language Development: Four
Longitudinal Studies
Chair: Daniel Swingley
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Socioeconomic Disparities and Contributions of the Home
Environment to Infant and Toddler Language Development
Kimberly G Noble, Natalie Hiromi Brito, Samantha Ann
Melvin, Laura Engelhardt, William P Fifer, Amy J Elliott

Exploring mediators of the relationship between adolescent trust
in a nonfamilial adult and prosocial intentions and behavior
Brooke Fullmer Yetter, Pamela Ebstyne King

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Word Recognition, Phonological Specificity, and SES: a
Longitudinal Word-Recognition Study of Toddlers
Rachel R. Romeo, Daniel Swingley

“I’m not going to quit you”: A grounded theory of leaders’
influences on Positive Youth Development in Boy Scouts of
America
Rachel Masha Hershberg, Paul A. Chase, Robey Champine,
Lacey Hilliard, Richard M Lerner, Edmond P. Bowers

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Child-directed speech mediates SES-differences in languageprocessing skill and vocabulary in Spanish-learning children
Adriana Weisleder, Nancy Otero, Virginia A. Marchman, Anne
Fernald

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Are early individual differences in pragmatic ability associated
with SES and language experience?
Danielle Matthews, Michelle McGillion, Gemma Stephens

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Adults who "get": Adolescents perceptions of relational
engagement with key adults
Laura A. Yoviene, Jeanne Rhodes

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(Event 1-073) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

(Event 1-075) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-073. Head Start’s Direct Impacts on Parenting and
Indirect Impacts on Children
Chair: Elizabeth T. Gershoff

1-075. The Role of Acculturation in the Socialization of
Immigrant Parents
Chairs: Christy YuetYu Leung, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

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Head Start Effects for Parents: Who Stands to Benefit the Most?
Arya Ansari, Kelly M Purtell, Elizabeth T. Gershoff

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Two-Generation Programs and Parenting Practices: The Effect
of Services and Supports on Parenting and The Home
Environment
Anamarie Auger

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Long-Term Socialization Goals and Acculturation Strategies of
Turkish Immigrant and Mainstream Mothers in Western Europe
Elif Durgel Jagtap, Fons van de Vijver, Birgit Leyendecker,
Bilge Yagmurlu

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A Contributing Role of Parents’ Preacademic Stimulation to
Head Start Impacts on Children’s Language, Literacy, and
Mathematics
Soojin S Oh, Hirokazu Yoshikawa

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Ethnic Socialization Practices in Immigrant Families in Palermo
Maria Grazia Lo Cricchio, Alida Lo Coco

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Acculturation, Parenting, the Home Environment and
Educational Outcomes for Young Latino Children
JoAnn M Farver, Rosa I Toro

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U.S. Chinese Immigrant Mothers’ Migration Experiences and
Perceptions of their Children’s Adaptation
Christy YuetYu Leung, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

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Head Start Improves Child Behavior and Vocabulary by
Decreasing Parent’s Spanking and Increasing Parents’ Reading
to Children
Elizabeth T. Gershoff, Arya Ansari, Kelly M Purtell

(Event 1-076) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-076. New Perspectives and Strategies for Studying
Hispanic Children and Families
Moderator: Michelle Blocklin
Panelists: Michael L. Lopez, Danielle A Crosby, Julia Mendez
Smith

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(Event 1-077) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-077. Exploring and Explaining the Effects of Maternal
and Paternal Depression on Children’s Internalizing and
Externalizing Problems
Chair: Holly S. Schindler
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Maternal Depression and Preschoolers’ Anxious/Depressed
Symptoms: Mediation by Maternal Rumination and Child
Executive Function
Xin Feng, Seulki Ku, Emma Hooper, Qiong Wu

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The Influence of Paternal Depression on Well-Being in the
Early- to Mid-Teenage Years
Kevin Shafer, Douglas Wendt

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How Does the Chronicity of Parental Depressive Symptoms
Influence Adolescent Psychosocial Maturity and Depression?
Erin Kramer Holmes, Nate Stoddard

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Trajectories of Maternal and Paternal Depression: Chronicity,
Co-Occurrence, and Consequences for Children’s Behavior
Problems
Holly S. Schindler

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Children’s Developing Understanding of Legitimate Departures
From Egalitarian Distributions
Jana Johe, Marco F. H. Schmidt, Margarita L Svetlova,
Michael Tomasello

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The Impartiality Account of Fairness
Alex W. Shaw, Kristina R Olson

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Accepting an Advantage When no one can see: The
Development of Partial Inequity Aversion
Peter R Blake, Katherine McAuliffe, Felix Warneken

(Event 1-080) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-080. Representations & Intergenerational Transmission:
Moderating and Mediating Roles of Violence &
Maltreatment in Early Childhood
Chair: Sarah A.O. Gray
Discussant: Sheree L Toth
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(Event 1-078) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

How do post-partum maternal representations and intimate
partner violence influence maternal parenting in early
childhood?
Alytia Levendosky, Gloria A Bogat, Nicola Bernard, Alexander
von Eye

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1-078. Multiple Socializers: Unique Effects of Maternal,
Paternal, and Peer Emotion Socialization
Chair: Rachel Lynn Miller
Discussant: Amy G Halberstadt

How does caregiver insightfulness relate to child outcomes
among violence-exposed and non-exposed young children?
Sarah A.O. Gray, Danielle Forbes, Margaret Briggs-Gowan,
Alice S Carter

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Does child maltreatment mediate between maternal borderline
features and young children’s narrative representations?
Jenny A Macfie, Jennifer Marie Strimpfel, Gretchen Kurdziel,
Rebecca M Skadberg

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Maternal and Paternal Socialization of Children’s Sadness:
Links to Psychopathology and Social Functioning
Jennifer Ann Poon, Janice L Zeman

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Children's Emotion Regulation and Internalizing Symptoms:
The Moderating Role of Parental Acceptance
Lindsey Bruett, Darcy Elizabeth Burgers, Deborah A. G.
Drabick, Maureen Reynolds

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(Event 1-081) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-081. Infant Motor and Psychological Development: New
Findings on a Classic Topic
Chair: Eric A Walle

Parents’ and Peers’ Responses to Children’s Anger:
Associations with Children’s Bullying Behavior
Rachel Lynn Miller, Bryce Riley, Julie C Dunsmore

(Event 1-079) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-079. When is Inequality Acceptable? The Development of
a Context-Sensitive Concern for Fairness in Infancy and
Childhood
Chair: Renee Baillargeon
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Context-Sensitive Reasoning About Inequality in Infancy: The
Cases of Just Rewards and Scarce Resources
Lin Bian, Stephanie Sloane, Renee Baillargeon

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Development of Infant Hand-use Preferences and Their
Consequences
George F Michel

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Manual Exploratory Selectivity, SES, and Salivary Cortisol in
Infants
Melissa Wechsler Clearfield

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Postural Development and Relations to Communication in
Infants with vs. without Risk for ASD
Nina B Leezenbaum, Eve Sauer LeBarton, Jana M Iverson

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Differences in Crawling and Walking Infants' Language
Environments: A Home Observation Study
Eric A Walle, Anne S. Warlaumont

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(Event 1-082) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Evaluations of Peer Exclusion: The Role of Group Boundaries,
In-group Preference, and Empathy
Jochem Thijs

1-082. Signature limits in implicit theory of mind: Evidence
for two systems of mindreading?
Chair: Hannes Rakoczy

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Perceptions of Race and Social Status Impact Children’s
Willingness to Rectify Social Inequalities
Laura Elenbaas, Melanie A. Killen

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Systems, models and signature limits: Theoretical aspects of
belief ascription
Stephen Butterfill

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Converging evidence of signature limits on efficient belieftracking
Jason Low

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(Event 1-085) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-085. Validating Hair Cortisol as a Biomarker of Chronic
Stress in Early Childhood
Chairs: Amanda R Tarullo, Jelena Obradovic

Understanding the aspectuality of beliefs: Signature limits in
young children’s theory of mind
Hannes Rakoczy
Adults process Level-2 visual perspectives spontaneously, but
not automatically.
Jessica Wang, Andrew Surtees, Dana Samson, Ian Antony
Apperly

(Event 1-083) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-083. Executive Function in atypically developing children
Chair: Gary Morgan
Discussant: Adele Diamond
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Impact of deafness on executive function development
Anna Jones, Chloe Marshall, Nicola Botting, Joanna Atkinson,
Kathryn Mason, Gary Morgan

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Individual differences in executive function are related to
school readiness in preschoolers’ with autism
Elizabeth Pellicano

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The relation between executive functioning, processing speed,
naming speed and single word reading
David Messer, Lucy Henry, Gilly Nash

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Validation of Hair Cortisol as a Proxy Indicator of Toxic Stress
in Early Head Start Participants: A Multisite Validation
Mark L Laudenslager, Michelle Sarche, Sarah E Watamura,
John Constantino

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Infant Hair Cortisol as a Chronic Stress Index: Links to Salivary
Cortisol, Maternal Stress, and High-Frequency Neural Activity
Amanda R Tarullo, Ashley St. John, Jerrold S Meyer

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Stability of Hair Cortisol in Postpartum Mothers and Infants at
9 and 12 months
Cindy H. Liu, Nancy C Snidman, Alexandra Leonard, Jerrold S
Meyer, Edward Z Tronick

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Hair Cortisol in Highly Disadvantaged Children in Rural
Pakistan: Relations with Socioeconomic Status and Children’s
Adaptation
Jelena Obradovic, Ximena A. Portilla, Aisha Khizar Yousafzai

(Event 1-086) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-086. The Interplay Between Student-Teacher
Relationships, Peer Ecologies, and Classroom Experiences
Chairs: Kristen Granger, Laura D Hanish

(Event 1-084) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Do Peer Interaction Networks Influence Teachers’ Classroom
Practices?
Kristen Granger, Olga Kornienko, Laura D Hanish, Richard A
Fabes, Carol L Martin

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Teacher-Child Relationships Mediate the Relation Between
Peers’ Perceptions of a Child’s Emotions and School Liking
and Avoidance
Rebecca H Berger, Kassondra M Silva, Nathan Terrell, Carlos
Valiente, Tracy L Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg, Jody Southworth

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Teacher Perspectives on Managing Social Relationships and
Student Perceptions of Relatedness in the Elementary
Classroom
Kathleen M Zadzora, Summer Braun, Scott D. Gest

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Effects of an Early Social-Behavioral Intervention on the
Student-Teacher Relationship
Andrea Molzhon, Elvira Barron-Rojas, James Algina, Kevin
Sutherland, Maureen Conroy

1-084. International Perspectives on Intergroup Relations
and Children’s Fair Treatment of Peers
Chair: Laura Elenbaas
Discussant: Elliot Turiel
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Mitigation or Disapproval: Children’s Reactions to In-group
Aggressors
Andrew Robert Nesdale, Melanie A. Killen, Amanda Duffy

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(Event 1-087) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Cultural Variation in How Parents Support Children’s
Development of Prosocial Collaborative Initiative
Andrew D Coppens, Barbara Rogoff

1-087. Improving Social-Emotional Development through
Scaling Up Preschool Interventions
Chair: J. Lawrence Aber

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Revisiting Meta Emotion Theory: Latent Clusters of Parents’
Emotion-Related Beliefs across Three American Ethnicities
Fantasy T. Lozada, Ashley B Craig, Amy G Halberstadt,
Rebecca L Stelter

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Enriching Head Start to Promoting Social-Emotional
Development
Karen L Bierman

(Event 1-090) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Targeting Teacher Practice & Classroom Climate via SocialEmotional Preschool Interventions: Findings from Head Start
CARES
Shira Kolnik Mattera, Nina Castells, Pamela Morris

1-090. Afterschool Programs as Contexts for Adolescent
Active Cultural Socialization: Challenges and
Opportunities
Chair: Reed W Larson
Discussant: Carola Suarez-Orozco

Improving the Social-Emotional Development of Children
through Preschool Interventions: Findings from Head Start
CARES
Pamela Morris, Shira Kolnik Mattera, Nina Castells

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(Event 1-088) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

Latino Families’ Perspectives on Cultural Content in
Afterschool Programs: How Important is Ethnic and Cultural
Congruence?
Andrea Elaine Vest, Sandra Denise Simpkins

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1-088. Looking to the Future: Episodic Prospection,
Planning, and Affective Forecasting
Chair: Christine A Coughlin

Exploring the Hybridity of Immigrant Youth Culture in an Arts
Program
Bic Ngo

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‘Full-Right-In’ vs. Avoidance: Leaders Responses to Cultural
Challenges in Youth Programs
Vanessa Gutierrez, Reed W Larson, Mariela Fernandez,
Marcela Raffaelli

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Development of Episodic Prospection Beyond Early Childhood:
What Changes?
Christine A Coughlin, Simona Ghetti

●

Exploring the Relationship Between Episodic Memory, Future
Thinking and Scene Construction in Pre-schoolers
Katherine Dickerson, James Ainge, Amanda Seed

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Validation of an Electric Maze as a Novel Planning Task
Kelly Will Sheppard, Carol L Cheatham

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“Because He Will Be Thirsty from Yesterday”: Even Older
Children and Adults Struggle with Affective Future Forecasting
Hannah Jean Kramer, Deborah Goldfarb, Sarah Marie
Tashjian, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta

(Event 1-091) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-091. Challenges Associated with Parental Consent to
Early Intervention for Infants at High Risk for Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Moderator: Leslie Jeanette Carver
Panelists: Celine Saulnier, Cheryl Klaiman, Rebecca Landa,
Alice S Carter

(Event 1-089) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

(Event 1-092) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-089. Broadening the Parenting Lens: Considering Ethnic
Minority Parents in Current Parenting Models
Chair: Fantasy T. Lozada

1-092. Big data, little kids: Findings from novel large
datasets in developmental psychology
Chair: Kimberly Scott

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In the eye of the Beholder: Reporter Differences in Low-Income
Parenting Practices
Riana Elyse Anderson, Sam Portnow, Saida Hussain, Melvin N
Wilson, Daniel S. Shaw, Thomas J Dishion

●

Everyday objects: Discoveries about the structure of the
learning environment using head-cameras at home
Caitlin Fausey, Linda B Smith

●

Parenting Quality and Quantity: A Person-Centered Approach
to Black Married Fathers’ Paternal Involvement
Tamarie Macon

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Moving the lab home: validation of a web-based system for
developmental studies
Kimberly Scott, Laura E Schulz
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Studying children's vocabulary development at scale
Michael C. Frank, Daniel Yurovsky, Rose Schneider, Virginia
A. Marchman

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Keeping up with child development: community-augmented
meta-analyses
Christina Bergmann, Sho Tsuji, Alejandrina Cristia

Judith J Carta, Jennifer Elizabeth Burke Lefever, Kathryn
Bigelow, John G Borkowski
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MyTeachingPartner Video Coaching: What We Have Learned
about Impacts and Teacher Engagement
Bridget K. Hamre, Robert C Pianta, Jason Downer, Jennifer
LoCasale-Crouch

(Event 1-093) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

(Event 1-096) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-093. Common Principles of Cortical Reorganization in
Early Development
Chairs: Teresa Wilcox, John P Spencer

1-096. The Developmental Origins of Script-like
Attachment Representations
Chair: Theodore Waters
Discussant: Matthew J. Dykas

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Cortical reorganization as a function of walking experience in
12 month old infants
Daniela Corbetta, Denise Friedman, Martha Ann Bell

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Functional (re)organization of the ventral stream during the first
year
Teresa Wilcox

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Reorganization of the frontal-parietal visual working memory
network underlies the accurate detection of sameness
John P Spencer, Aaron T. Buss, Nick Fox

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Shining light on the neural dynamics of flexible rule-use in
early childhood
Aaron T. Buss

(Event 1-094) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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The Developmental Antecedents of Secure Base Script
Knowledge: Evidence from the 18 year follow-up of the
NICHD SECCYD
Ryan Davies Steele, Theodore Waters, Kelly K. Bost, Brian E
Vaughn, Warren Truitt, Harriet Salatas Waters, Cathryn BoothLaForce, Glenn I. Roisman

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The Development of the Secure Base Script and its Implications
for the Coherence of Adult Attachment Representations
Theodore Waters, Sarah Ruiz, Ryan Davies Steele, Glenn I.
Roisman

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From Maternal Sensitivity in Infancy to Adult Secure Base
Scripts
Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn,
Femmie Juffer, Christie Schoenmaker

(Event 1-097) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

1-094. Youth health and well-being in the new digital
frontier: Emerging research insights and health promotion
opportunities
Moderator: Amy Beth Jordan
Panelists: Amy Bleakley, Robin Stevens, Jennifer Manganello,
Sarah Vaala

1-097. Genetic Pathways to Adolescent Externalizing and
Substance Misuse
Chair: Jenae M Neiderhiser
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The road to tolerance: A discordant twin model of the
development of alcohol tolerance and problematic use from
alcohol initiation
Arielle R Deutsch, Wendy S. Slutske, Michael T. Lynskey,
Andrew C. Heath, Nick G. Martin

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Polygenic-environment interactions: Trajectories of heavy
alcohol use from mid-adolescence to early adulthood
James J Li, Megan Cooke, Jessica Salvatore, Danielle Dick

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Differential intervention effects on early- and mid-adolescent
alcohol use by 5-HTTLPR
H Harrington Cleveland, Gabriel L Schlomer, David John
Vandenbergh, Mark Ethan Feinberg, Mark T Greenberg,
Richard Spoth, Cleve Redmond, Amanda Griffin

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Child Genetic Liability Interacts With Early Negative Parenting
to Promote Callous-Unemotional Traits in Adolescence
Jeffrey Henry, Michel Boivin, Essi M Viding, Bei Feng, Mara
Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Richard E Tremblay, Ginette Dionne

(Event 1-095) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-095. • Effective Uses of Technology to Support Early
Childhood Practice
Chairs: Marc W Hernandez, Susan Walker
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Review of the Uses of Technology to Support Early Childhood
Practice
Marc W Hernandez, Kathleen M. Dwyer, Elc Estrera

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Using Technology to Provide an Integrated Professional
Development System for Early Childhood Educators
Susan H. Landry, Michael Assel, Tricia A Zucker, April
Crawford, Jeffrey Williams, Pauline Monseque-Bailey

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Using Cellular Phones to Enhance Parent Engagement in Home
Visiting Parenting Programs

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(Event 1-098) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Toys Marketed to Girls: A Path to STEM Engagement?
Emily F Coyle, Lynn S Liben

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Full STEM Ahead: Positive Experience with Technology Toys
Increases Young Girls’ STEM Motivation
Allison Master, Adriana Moscatelli, Sapna Cheryan, Andrew N
Meltzoff

1-098. From Brain to Hand to Mouth: Neurocognitive
Correlates of Children’s Eating Behavior and Obesity
Chair: Lori A Francis
Discussant: Sandra Verbeken
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Behavioral regulation moderates effect of food reward
sensitivity on eating in the absence of hunger (EAH) in schoolaged children
Brandi Rollins

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Pediatric food decision neuroscience
Amanda Bruce, Seung-Lark Lim

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Food intake self-regulation and familial obesity risk: behavior
and brain
Susan Carnell

(Event 1-101) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-101. Families in the Rural Context: Influences on the
Development of Young Children
Chair: Susan M. Sheridan
Discussant: Helen H Raikes

(Event 1-099) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-099. Coparenting in Clinically and Culturally Diverse
Family Systems
Chairs: Bharathi Zvara, William Roger Mills-Koonce

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Father Engagement and Maternal and Child Outcomes in a
Rural Early Head Start Program
Lori A Roggman, Sheila Anderson, Gina Cook

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Mother, Father, and Caregiver Language Input to Children in
Rural America: What Makes a Difference for Language
Development?
Lynne Vernon-Feagans, Nadya Pancsofar, Claire Baker, Mary
Bratsch-Hines

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Promoting Connections across Rural Home and School
Settings: The Role of Parent-Teacher Relationships on School
Readiness Outcomes
Lisa L Knoche, Susan M. Sheridan, Carolyn P Edwards

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Coparenting and child social functioning in Chinese families:
The moderating role of child negative affect
Chun Bun Lam

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Coparenting is More Than Coresidence: How GrandmotherMother Coparenting Influences Low-Income, Minority Children
Laura D Pittman, Emily E. Stewart, Andrew J. Flannery

(Event 1-102) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm

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Copareting Quality, Autism Specific Parenting Self-efficacy
and Parenitng Stress in Mothers and Fathers of Children with an
ASD
Chris May, richard fletcher, Louise K Newman, Ian Dempsey

1-102. The Great Recession: Associations with Family and
Child Outcomes
Chair: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Discussant: Ariel Kalil

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Effortful Control Mediates the Link between Coparenting
Conflict and Academic Readiness for Children of Teen Mothers
Laudan B Jahromi, Katharine Zeiders, Adriana J. UmanaTaylor, Kimberly Updegraff

(Event 1-100) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-100. Gender-Typing of Toys: Causes, Correlates, and
Consequences
Chair: Erica Weisgram
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Pink Airplanes: How Preschoolers Categorize and Reason about
Gender-Ambiguous Toys
Isabelle D Cherney

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"Is it Pink? Does it have Wheels?": Examining the Factors that
Contribute to Children’s Gender Schemata of Toys
Lisa M Dinella, Erica Weisgram, Megan Fulcher

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The Great Recession, Parenting, and 9-Year Old Children’s
Behavior Problems
William Joseph Schneider, Jane Waldfogel, Jeanne BrooksGunn

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Effects of County-Level Job Losses on the Prevalence of Child
Maltreatment Authors
Anika Schenck-Fontaine, Anna Gassman-Pines, Christina
Gibson-Davis, Elizabeth O Ananat

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Impact of the Great Recession on Young Adults: Investigating
Cohort Differences and Longitudinal Trajectories
Heejung Park, Patricia M Greenfield, Jean Twenge

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(Event 1-103) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-103. Charting a New Direction in Examining and
Supporting Low-income Families with Young Children:
Person-centered Approaches
Chair: Jan Esteraich
Discussant: Catherine C. Ayoub
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Parenting Profiles: Using a Person-centered Approach to
Examine Patterns of Parenting in Early Head Start Parents
Jan Esteraich, Helen H Raikes, Iheoma U. Iruka

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Profiles of Parenting for Low-Income Families: Findings from
the Educare Implementation Study
Iheoma U. Iruka, Gary Bingham, Sheridan Green, Brenda
Jones Harden, Jan Esteraich

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Understanding Dimensions of Parenting in Low-Income
Mothers
Gina Cook, Lori A Roggman

8

Sensitive Parenting Protects Low Birth Weight Children from
Deficits in Executive Function
Marie Camerota, Michael Willoughby, Martha J Cox, Mark T
Greenberg

9

Pedagogical Cues Facilitate Three-Year-Olds’ Performance on
Dimensional Change Card Sort Task
Bethany MacDonald, Rebecca A Williamson

10

A Study of Executive Function Training with Underprivileged
Kindergarteners
Lisa DeMarni Cromer, Ashley Louie, Ludivina Vasquez

11

The development of face-language associations in infancy
David James Kelly, Pavandeep Sanghera

12

The Source of Knowledge Matters: Comparing Retention of
Self-Generated vs. Explicitly Learned Knowledge
Amanda Broyles, Nicole Varga, Allison N. Carr, Patricia J
Bauer

13

Action Priming and Agency: Effects on Event Recall In Young
Children
Nathan Vasquez, Lauren Haumesser Howard, Amanda
Woodward

14

Verbal Working Memory and Mathematical Ability: A CrossCultural Comparison among Adopted and Non-Adopted
Canadian Girls
Jamie Chun-Mei Wei, Kyla Patricia McDonald, Sophi Loge,
Ola Kuforiji, Fataneh Farnia, Nancy J Cohen

15

Monitoring Memory Absence: from Disqualifying to Diagnostic
Monitoring
Paola Castelli, Simona Ghetti

Thursday, 1:55pm-3:10pm
(Event 1-104) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 1:55pm-3:10pm
1-104. Poster Session 3
Attention, Learning, Memory

Biological Processes

1

Development of Attentional Control and its Implications on
Adjective Learning in 36 months old
Crystal Duc Tran, Hanako Yoshida

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A developmental approach to long-distance connectivity and
interhemispheric communication
Ben Cipollini, Garrison Cottrell

2

Different genes contribute to aggression in boys and girls
Rebecca A. Lundwall, Nicole L. Schmidt, Carol Ann Van Hulle,
James L Dannemiller, H Hill Goldsmith

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3

Attention as Longitudinal Predictor of Self-regulation
Maria Johansson, Carin Marciszko, Gunilla Bohlin

Cortical Thickness and Childhood Aggressive Behavior
Sandra Thijssen, Ank Ringoot, Andrea Wildeboer, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg, Henning Tiemeier, Marinus H. Van
IJzendoorn, Tonya White

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4

Measuring the Development of Self-Regulation: The Challenge
of Heterotypic Continuity
Isaac T. Petersen, Caroline P. Hoyniak, Maureen McQuillan,
John E Bates

Age-related changes in cortical thickness of the anterior insula
Ashley Smith, Laurence Steinberg, Jason Chein

19

Assessing Fidgeting, Distraction, and Inattention in the Context
of Three Pedestrian Training Programs
Rachel Smith, Jenni Beth Rouse, Jiabin Shen, David C
Schwebel

Relation between parental cultural values and resting frontal
EEG asymmetry in Chinese- and European-Canadian Children
Diane L. Santesso, Ayelet Lahat, Philip David Zelazo, Louis A.
Schmidt

20

Relations between SES and EEG Gamma in Infants
Ashley St. John, Jacqueline Liederman, Philip Grieve, Amanda
R Tarullo

6

The Development of Selective Attention for Lexical Processing
Keith S Apfelbaum, Vladimir Sloutsky

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7

The Relation Between Executive Function of Four-Year-Olds
and Reading Ability of Six-Year-Olds
Keumjoo Kwak, Yeonsoo Esther Kim, Hyun Su Cho, HyoJin
Lee, SooJung Rim

Mathematical Ways of Operating: An EEG Study with 6th
Graders
Martha Ann Bell, Anderson Norton, Catherine Ulrich, Anthony
Cate, Leslie A. Patton

22

Environmental stress, cortisol, and the moderating role of
effortful control in young children
Katherine C. Cheng, Tracy L Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg

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Children’s Judgments of Numbers in Context Reveal Their
Emerging Number Concepts
Michele Mazzocco, Yun-Chen Jenny Yun-Chen Chan, Taylor
Leigh Praus

Within-Subjects Measurement of Numerosity Discrimination in
Infants Using Eye-Tracking
Marcus Lindskog, Gustaf Gredebäck, Carin Marciszko, Ben
Kenward, Mari Fransson

39

Making something out of nothing: Children’s developing
understanding of zero
Yi Mou, Kristy vanMarle, Felicia W Chu, David C Geary

Contiguity and Self-Explanations: Reducing Student
Misconceptions About Algebra
Dana Miller-Cotto, Julie L Booth

40

The acquisition of complex number words in English- and
Chinese-speaking children
Meghan Dale, Pierina Cheung, Mathieu Le Corre

Infants’ abilities to update quantity representations across
multiple locations
Roman Feiman, Mariko Moher, Susan E Carey

41

Measuring conceptual change in mathematics: Could learning
about fractions provoke changes in children’s whole number
knowledge?
Pooja Gupta Sidney, Martha Wagner Alibali

Parenting and Adolescent Self-Regulation Mediate between
Family Socioeconomic Status and Adolescent Adjustment
Julee P Farley, Jeanette Walters, Christopher Holmes,
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

42

Autistic adolescents’ conceptions about their past, present and
future
Jayne Hamilton, Kinga Morsanyi, Teresa McCormack

43

Gesture's Hand in Children's Learning
Gina Rose ONeill

44

Folk biology at work: How children and adults reason about the
relationships between humans and other living kinds
Brenda Caldwell Phillips, Evelyn Margaret Evans, Michael S
Horn, Florian Block, Judy Diamond, Chia Shen

The Role of Spatial Perspective-Taking Skills in Children’s
Gesture Use and Explanations of Astronomical Phenomena
Corinne Bower, Julia Plummer, Lynn S Liben

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"That's my blankie": Children's attachment to owned objects
Natalie S Davidson, Susan A Gelman

Autonomic Regulation and Inhibitory Control in Emotional and
Non-emotional Tasks
Jessie C. Kim, Sarah Kahle, Paul David Hastings

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Experienced versus anticipated regret in children’s decision
making
Eimear O'Connor, Aidan Feeney, Teresa McCormack, Sarah
Beck

Religion and Self-Regulation
Stacey N Doan, Heimi Son, Angela Tseng

Cognitive Processes
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27

Concepts of the afterlife across cultures and development
Rachel Watson-Jones, Justin Busch, Cristine H. Legare

28

Weighing the evidence: Prompting conceptual change through
storybooks
Kadria Simons Ghafari, Caren M. Walker, Patricia A Ganea

29

Developmental Disabilities
47

Predicting Preschoolers' Attentional, Sensory, and
Temperament Patterns and ASD Risk from 12-month-olds’
Attentional Profiles
Maura G. Sabatos-DeVito, Rebecca Stephens, J Steven Reznick,
Barbara Davis Goldman, Linda R. Watson, Grace T Baranek

48

The Impact of Temperamental Features on Sleep Behaviors
From the First to Second Year of Life
Kelsey Spielman, Juhi Pandey, Sarah Thomas, Robert Schultz,
Sarah Paterson

32

Decision-Making and the Development of Aggressive and NonAggressive Antisocial Behavior in Adolescence
Susanne Koot, Petra Baarendse, Hans M Koot, Lucres Jansen,
Susan J.T. Branje, Wim Meeus, Pol van Lier

33

Do Young Children Change Their Behavior When Pretending
in Front of Their Younger Siblings?
Naoko Nakamichi

34

A Developmental Shift in Preschoolers' Interpretation of
Pretense
Carolyn Baer, Ori Friedman

49

Children’s Play Development: New Observations and
Descriptions, with Translation to Assessment
Karin Lifter, Amanda Cannarella, Emanuel Mason

35

With Allah, All Things are Possible: Possibility of Non-Biblical
and Biblical Events for Muslim and Christian Children
Kirsten A. Lesage, Anondah R Saide, Nicholas John Shaman,
Insia Hirawala, Rebekah A. Richert

50

Exploring longitudinal patterns of stability and change in
relative developmental standing for children 12 - 60 months
Gwenden L Dueker, Candace Cowling

36

Early social predictors of imaginary companion in young
children: longitudinal studies
Yusuke Moriguchi, Yasuhiro Kanakogi, Yuko Motoshima, Ikuko
Shinohara, Yuko Okumura, Shoji Itakura

51

Developmental Analysis of Irritable-Angry Mood and Temper
Outbursts in Psychiatric and General Population Samples
Susan D Mayes, Cari M Kokotovich, Christine M Mathiowetz

52

The impact of visual distraction on learning for typically
developing children and children with autism
Mary Hanley, Deborah Riby, Korey Taylor, Mariam Khairat,
Rachel Wilson

37

Longitudinal patterns of change in children’s symbolic and nonsymbolic magnitude comparison judgment abilities
Cindy Chew, Robert A Reeve

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53

Relationship Satisfaction and the Sharing of Family Work
among Fathers and Mothers of Children on the Autism
Spectrum
Paula Ogston-Nobile, Geri M. Lotze, Barbara J Myers

66

Is the Connection between Infant Temperament and Childhood
Behavior Problems Moderated by Extreme Parenting and/or
Temperament?
Richard P Wiebe, H Harrington Cleveland, Jeffrey Stuewig

54

Development of Categorization Preferences in Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Nora Miriam Isacoff, Mackenzie Stabile, Karin Stromswold

67

55

Contagious Itching, Laughing, and Yawning in Children with
ASD
molly shea helt

Temperamental differential susceptibility to family factors in
adolescent externalizing problems? A systematic review
Charlie Rioux, Natalie Castellanos Ryan, Sophie Parent, Jean
Richard Seguin

68

56

Pilot Study: Decreasing Negative Behaviors With Baby Doll
Circle Time
Mary Anne Ullery, Gina Samson, Jean Miazgowicz, Jennifer
Huffman

Executive functioning, reward processing and antisocial
behaviour in adolescent males.
joanne morgan, Katharine Bowen, Simon C. Moore, Justin C.
Savage, Stephanie van Goozen

69

The threshold for clinical anxiety in preschool: Depressive
comorbidity as a marker that coincides with child maltreatment
Leonhard Resch, Anna Andreas, Susan Sierau, Andrea Michel,
Jan Keil, Marie Kristin Käfer, Annette M Klein, Yvonne Otto,
Kai von Klitzing, Lars Otto White

70

Parental Criticism and Adolescent Amygdala Reactivity: The
Association with Depressive and Anxious Symptomatology
Sally Eagleton, Ruben P. Alvarez, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield
Morris, Michael M Criss, Jennifer S. Silk

71

Stressful Events and Adolescent Mental Health: Pessimistic
Attributional Style and Parent-Adolescent Communication as
Moderators
Micah Ioffe, Laura D Pittman

72

Adolescent Overt and Relational Bullying: Differential
Relations with Sexual Involvement
Andrew Vance Dane, Zopito A Marini, Anthony A Volk, Tracy
Vaillancourt

Effect of maternal borderline personality disorder on
adolescents’ experience of maltreatment and adolescent
borderline features
Gretchen Kurdziel, Rebecca M Skadberg, Jennifer Marie
Strimpfel, Emalie G McMahon, Jenny A Macfie

73

Early Childhood Aggression Trajectories: Associations With
Teacher-Reported Problem Behavior
Andrea Wildeboer, Sandra Thijssen, Marinus H. Van
IJzendoorn, Tonya White, Henning Tiemeier, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg

Early Childhood Representations of Parent-Child Relationship,
Self, and Self-Regulation Predict Pre-Adolescent Borderline
Features
Jennifer Marie Strimpfel, Gretchen Kurdziel, Rebecca M
Skadberg, Jenny A Macfie

74

Maternal depression: Child-Parent Psychotherapy promotes age
9 peer relationship quality via change in toddler attachment
security
Danielle Guild, Sheree L Toth, Elizabeth D Handley, Fred A
Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

75

Changing Mindset, Changing Mood? The Malleability of
Implicit Beliefs About Emotions
Bethany D. Michel, Andrew Scott Baron, Matthew K. Nock

76

Peer victimization and young children’s internalizing problems:
The protective effect of perception
Erin B. Denio, Susan Phillips Keane, Jessica Dollar

77

Cortisol and sAA Reactivity Interact with Prenatal Intimate
Partner Violence Exposure to Predict Infant Internalizing
Behaviors
Cecilia Martinez-Torteya, Alytia Levendosky, Joseph Lonstein,
Gloria A Bogat

78

Disruptions in Emotion Regulation: a Pathway from
Community Violence Exposure to Internalizing Problems in
Adolescents
Charlotte Heleniak, Kate McLaughlin, Kevin King, Kathryn
Monahan

57

My Exoskeleton has Sequins: Mergining Fashion, Engineering,
Rehabilitation, and Child Development to Design Assistive
Devices
Martha Hall, Iryna Babik, John Koshy, Michele A Lobo

58

Visual Attention as a Predictor of Language Development in
Toddlers with Fragile X Syndrome
Sara T Kover, Lindsay McCary, Jane Roberts

59

Narrative Language Competence in Youth with Down
Syndrome or Fragile X Syndrome
Marie Moore Channell, Andrea McDuffie, Mandeep Chela,
Lauren Bullard, Leonard Abbeduto

Developmental Psychopathology
60

61

62

Callous-Unemotional Traits Influence Pupil Dilation During
Exposure to Negative Emotional Stimuli
Erik Truedsson, Victoria Wesevich, Gustaf Gredebäck,
Christine A Fawcett, Cecilia Wahlstedt

63

Testing a developmental cascade model of maternal depression,
parent-child coercion, and childhood child externalizing
behavior
Julia Reuben, Thomas J Dishion, Melvin N Wilson, FRANCES
GARDNER, Daniel S. Shaw

64

65

Protective role of maternal emotion awareness following dyadic
exposure to domestic violence
Emily Cohodes, Stephen H Chen, Alicia Lieberman
The Longitudinal Effects of Exposure to Mother’s Depression
and Neighborhood Deprivation on Adolescent Conduct
Problems
Stephanie L Sitnick, Daniel S. Shaw, Mary Catherine Giliam

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79

Racial Differences in Alcohol Use Risk Factors with
Adolescent Serious Offenders: The Role of Ethnic Identity
Shawn A Wilson, Hazel M Prelow

81

Adolescent Substance Use and Aggressive Behaviours in
Multiple Structural Peer Contexts
Rob Gommans, Gonneke W. J. M. Stevens, Antonius H. N.
Cillessen, Thomas ter Bogt

95

Promoting Preschool Classroom Quality: A Pilot Study of the
Effectiveness and Acceptability of a Peer Coaching Model for
Teachers
Stacy R Johnson, Kristy J. Finlon, R Rogers Kobak, Carroll E
Izard

96

Intergroup Contact Effects on Pre-service Teachers: Ethnic
Identity and Social Cognitive Mediators of Multicultural
Competence
Amir Germain Francois, Joanna Lee Williams

97

Children's Understanding of Multiple Arithmetic Concepts and
the relation to Grade, Working Memory, and Basic Arithmetic
Facts
Katherine M Robinson, Jill A B Price, Priya Parmar

98

The Nature of Children’s Home Engagement in Math Activities
Cassandra Lynn Simons, Shari R Metzger, Charence Higgins,
Susan Sonnenschein
Understanding the Dimensionality of Science Content
Knowledge and Scientific Reasoning Skill
Sarah L Lukowski, Stephen Anthony Petrill

Education, Schooling
82

Capturing growth in school-relevant language skills during the
upper elementary years
Emily Phillips Galloway, Paola Uccelli, Christopher D. Barr

83

Utility of a New Measure of Reading-Specific Executive Skill
for Predicting Reading Comprehension: Implications for
Practice
Kelly B Cartwright, Nathan A. Hatfield, Timothy R Marshall

84

Understanding Children’s Mathematical Difficulties Using
Components From a Numeracy Pathway Model
Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk

99

85

Predictors and Benefits of School Engagement in Adolescent
Offenders
Natasha Duell, Laurence Steinberg

86

Promoting Gains for Struggling and Non-Struggling Elementary
Students through a Two-Year Diagnostic Coaching Teacher
Intervention
Eleni Zgourou, Mary Bratsch-Hines, Lynne Vernon-Feagans

100 Perceived teacher autonomy support and problematic online
game use in adolescents: A test of stage-environment fit theory
Chengfu Yu, Shuyi Guan, Xian Li, Shuangju Zhen, Wei Zhang,
Tingdan Zhang
101 Associations between Teacher-Student Racial/Ethnic
Congruence and Relationship Quality in a Diverse Sample of
Elementary Schools
Damira Rasheed, Joshua L Brown, Regin Tanler, Jennifer
Frank, Sebrina Doyle, Anna DeWeese, Patricia Ann Jennings,
Mark T Greenberg

87

Academic Achievement in Urban and Rural Areas of
Disadvantage: an Investigation of Differences and Explanatory
Factors
Susan Weir, Darina Errity

88

The Teacher Executive Functioning Modeling and Scaffolding
(TEMS): Preliminary Validity on Observing Teacher Emotional
Regulation
Sarah Bardack, Jelena Obradovic

102 Contacts with biological parents following placement in foster
care: associations with internalization and externalization
Karine Poitras, George M Tarabulsy, Audrey St-Pierre, Natalia
Varela-Pulido

89

Teacher Beliefs: The Link between Teacher Beliefs and the
Quality of Teacher-Child Interactions
Lauren Merkle Carter, Amanda P Williford

103 Caregiver Commitment in Foster Care and Group Care
Albert Lo, Caroline K. Pemberton Roben, Lee Raby, Carole
Shauffer, Mary Dozier

90

An Afterschool Intervention Improves Daytime Classroom
Behavior in a Low Income Sample
Laura L. Brock, Elizabeth Cottone, William M Murrah

91

Media-supported early math learning: Results of a randomized
control trial
Deborah Rosenfeld, Carlin Llorente, Savitha Moorthy, Naomi
Hupert, Yelee Jo

104 Identifying Risk Factors in Intergenerational Foster Care
Placements
Iris Lavi, Julii M. Green, Stephen H Chen, Gwynneth Smith,
Lauryn Holloway, Elizabeth Genevieve Glowacki, Alicia
Lieberman

92

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Family Context & Processes

105 Who cares for your children during infancy matters: evidence
from Chile
Marigen Narea

Adolescent Online Posting Behaviour - Are Private Messages
Always Private?
Rachel Baitz, Jennifer D Shapka

106 Barriers to Children’s Mental Health Treatment Adherence with
Court Involved Families
Dianne Thompson, Ann M Mastergeorge, Susan Goff Timmer,
Anthony J Urquiza, Erik Fernandez y Garcia

Differences in Access to and Opinions of Electronic
Educational Media by Parent Ethnicity and Education
Israel Flores, Molly Alysse Schlesinger, Rebekah A. Richert

107 Parent Preferences and Family Engagement in a Conduct
Problems Prevention Program
Yaliu He, Abigail Gewirtz, Susanne Lee, Nicole Morrell

Head Start Preschool Teacher Turnover: Which Factors Matter?
Michael Wells

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108 The power of home: Guardianship effects for adolescents in
school-based substance use recovery
Anne Thompson, Beth S Russell, Morica Huchitson, Kelly
Romano

122 Prenatal Tobacco Exposure and Obesity Risk in Toddlers
Danielle Molnar, Robert Schlauch, Rina Das Eiden, Xiaozhong
Wen
123 Do Infant BMI Trajectories Predict Childhood Health Risk?
Leticia Martinez, Stephanie Stout, Emma Espel, CURT
SANDMAN, Laura Glynn, Elysia Poggi Davis

109 Coparenting and family emotional climate as predictors of
children’s externalizing symptoms
Sarah Elizabeth Murphy, Nancy Hazen, Deborah B Jacobvitz,
Martin Gallegos

124 Go! Slow! Whoa!: Changing Nutritional Guidelines and
Character Branding on Food Products
Christina Sharkey, Sandra L Calvert

110 Temperament, Sibling Relationships, Problem Behavior and
Social Competence: Dual Risk or Differential Susceptibility?
Kirsten Buist, Meike Slagt, Amaranta De Haan

125 Correlates of co-occurring health behaviors across adolescence:
Comparing youth health profiles at the 8th, 10th, and 12th
grades
Nicole Zarrett, Deborah Kloska, Megan E. Patrick, John E
Schulenberg

111 Parental Attachment and Delinquency Among Chinese
Adolescents: How and When Parental Attachment Is a
Protective Factor
Zhenzhou Bao, Dongping Li, Wei Zhang

126 Assessing Resilience using the Protective and Compensatory
Experiences Survey (PACES)
Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Jennifer Hays-Grudo, Amy
E Treat, Amy C Williamson, Amy Huffer, Martha Isabel Zapata
Roblyer, Julie Staton

112 Early Family Systems Predict Children’s Mental Health –
Cascade Model of Emotionality, Regulation and Social
Competence
Jallu Lindblom, Asko Tolvanen, Maija Tulppala, Aila Tiitinen,
Raija-Leena Punamäki

127 Maternal Emotional Distress and Infant Sleep Problems:
Concurrent and Prospective Links
Liat Tikotzky, Ella Volkovich, Avi Sadeh, Rachel Manber, GAL
MEIRI, Golan Shahar

113 Maternal mental health after a term or preterm delivery and the
quality of the mother-infant relationship: a latent class analysis
ruby hall
114 Reduced reward response to infant cues in maternal addiction:
Can oxytocin reverse the trend?
Sohye Kim, Udita Iyengar, Linda C Mayes, Marc N. Potenza,
Helena JV Rutherford, Lane Strathearn

128 Investigating the convergence between actigraphy, sleep diaries
and the Child Behavior Checklist as measures of sleep in
toddlers
Marie-Ève Bélanger, Annie Bernier, Valérie Simard, Julie
Carrier

115 HIPPY Home Visiting: Effects on Mothers’ Parenting Skills
Molly Tucker, M. Angela Nievar, Laura Nathans

129 A comparison of objective and subjective sleep quality between
co-sleeping and solitary sleeping infants and mothers
Ella Volkovich, Hamutal Katz, Daphna Karny, Liat Tikotzky

116 Improvements of Parental Mental Health After the Faber and
Mazlish How-to Parenting Program
Mireille Joussemet, Geneviève Aimee Mageau, Richard
Koestner, Marie-Claude Beaudet-Ménard

Language, Communication
130 A New Method to Elicit Accounts from 4-5-Year-Olds:
Feasibility and Accuracy of the In My Shoes ComputerAssisted Interview
Pär David Bokström, Karin Fängström, Rachel Calam, Anna
Sarkadi

117 Older and Younger Sibling Initiation of Teaching in Early
Childhood
Nina Howe, Sandra Della Porta, Holly E Recchia, Hildy S Ross
118 The Role of Gender Composition and Sibling Disclosure in
Best Friend and Romantic Partner Disclosure in Emerging
Adulthood
Sonia E. Giron, Nicole Campione-Barr

131 A Link Between Young Readers’ Perceptual Sensitivity to Slow
Rhythmic Modulations, Phonological Awareness, and Brain
Function
Neelima Wagley, Margaret Ugolini, Ioulia Kovelman

Health, Growth, Injury

132 Emergent Vocal-Motor Coordination in Pre-linguistic Infants
Sarah M Sanborn, Pamela Askar, James A Green

119 Health-Related Quality of Life in Infants with Sickle Cell
Disease
Lauren M. Beverung, Christy Bemrich-Stolz, Sylvia Torres,
Julie A Panepinto

133 Home Literacy Environment and English Vocabulary
Knowledge of Preschoolers in Hong Kong
Carrie Lau, Nirmala Rao, Marie Ng

120 Self-awareness of Social Attributes and Peer Experiences
Among Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors
Emily Meadows, Christina G. Salley, Andrea F Patenaude,
Maru Barrera, Mary Jo Kupst, Diane Fairclough, Cynthia A
Gerhardt, Kathryn Vannatta

134 Openness to Learning from Non-Native Speakers: The Role of
Peers
Dolly Rojo, Catharine H. Echols
135 Phonological development is language-specific in bilingual
toddlers
Cynthia Core

121 Maternal nonstandard work schedules and children’s physical
well-being: Evidence from the ECLS-B
Nina Smith, Danielle A Crosby

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136 SES Differences in Input on Mental State Verbs
Rachel Dudley, Meredith L. Rowe, Valentine Hacquard, Jeffrey
L Lidz

152 Exposure to Violence and its Relation to Beliefs About
Aggression and Conflict Resolution Strategies in Colombian
Adolescents
Rafael Cendales, Roberto Posada, Cristhian Martínez, Jineth
Acero, Lizette Yamile Pizza, Holly E Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb

137 Children Attend to Whether Specific Elements Vary Across
Events While Learning Verbs
Jane B Childers, Tyler Howard, Gavin Fung, Clare Burch

153 Chinese Children’s Fair Behavior in Allocation: From Equality
to Equity
Meng Zhang, Yinghe Chen

138 The Relationship between African American English and
Expressive Language Skills in Children with and without
Language Impairments
Max Freeman, Megan Roberts

154 Narratives about forgiveness or lack thereof: The role of justice
in Colombian Adolescents’ resolution of conflict
Jineth Acero, Roberto Posada, Holly E Recchia, Cecilia
Wainryb

139 Compound Words Are Still Under Construction In Pre-School
Children
Poliana Gonçalves Barbosa, Elena Nicoladis

155 The impact of mindfulness-based training on parental empathy
and prosocial behavior in infancy.
Miranda Sitch, Michaela Boone Upshaw, Jessica A
Sommerville

140 Is Speech Processing Efficiency Related to Learning WordInternal Statistical Regularities?
Abbie Thompson, Katharine M. Graf Estes, Jill Lany

156 Young liars: Preschool aged children’s lie-telling and the
contribution of theory of mind and inhibitory control
Karissa Leduc, Shanna Mary Williams, Victoria Talwar

141 Latino Caregivers' Language Sophistication: Influences on
Preschool-aged Children's Language Development
Javanna Obregon, Gigliana Melzi, Adina Schick, Skye Alvarez

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

142 Use of the Mutual Exclusivity bias in multidialectal toddlers.
samantha durrant, Claire Delle Luche, Caroline Floccia

157 Better Sleep Quality Protects the Effect of Parent-Child Conflict
on Child Anxiety
Andrea Ines Rodriguez, Sunhye Bai, Delana Marie Parker,
Rena Repetti, Theodore F. Robles

143 The origins of rhotic preference – natural or socially
constructed?
samantha durrant, Claire Delle Luche, Janette Chow, Kim
Plunkett, Caroline Floccia

158 Mothers’ Social Support Predicts Rates of Adverse Childhood
Experiences (ACEs) for Their Young Children
Jordan Bate, Adella Nikitiades, Howard Steele, Miriam Steele,
Shanta R. Dube, Karen Bonuck, Paul Meissner, Anne Murphy

144 Word Confusion Leads to Better Word Learning at 14-Months
Angeline Sin Mei Tsui, Laurel Fais, Christopher Fennell
145 Do competing referents interfere with cross-situational word
learning? Evidence from real-world learning environments
John Patrick Bunce, Erin Roby, Rose Scott

159 Associations among Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse,
Adult Mental Health, Social Functioning and Physical Health
Cynthia Davis, Nicole Usher, Sean-Patrick McCormick,
Christos S. Mantzoros, Judith A Crowell

146 Conceptual Factors in the Acquisition of Evidentiality
Ercenur Unal, Anna Papafragou

160 Self-Criticism as a Mechanism Linking Childhood
Maltreatment and Subsequent Maternal Efficacy Beliefs
Louisa C Michl, Elizabeth D Handley, Fred A Rogosch, Dante
Cicchetti, Sheree L Toth

147 A Population-Based Study of Late Talkers’ Development
during the Preschool Years
Carol Scheffner Hammer, Paul L. Morgan, George Farkas,
Steve Maczuga, Marianne Hillemeier, Dana Bitetti

161 Infants with selective attention biases at 6 months show
disorganized attachment at 12 months
Jaclyn Ludmer, Kevin C Runions, Leslie Atkinson

Methods, History, Theory
148 Validation of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System
(CLASS) in 4-Year-Old Part-Time Kindergarten in Québec
Caroline Bouchard, Gilles Cantin, Annie Charron, Crepeau
Hélène, julie lemire

162 The Relation between Maternal Secure Base Scripts and Child
Security in an At-Risk Sample
Nabiha Zakir, Alissa Christine Huth-Bocks, Harriet Salatas
Waters

149 A comparison of three online recruitment strategies for
engaging parents of teens and young adults in survey research
Jessie Rudi, Kate Gliske, Jodi B Dworkin, Pooja Brar

163 Maternal Attachment Styles and Math and Literacy Skills in
Middle Childhood: Exploring Mechanisms in a National
Sample
Erin O'Connor, Meghan Patricia McCormick

Moral Development

164 Playing and activating children: A context for assessing both
parents insensitivity in association with attachment
disorganization
Sabrina Schmiedel, Jean-Francois Bureau, Najat Firzly, Kim
Yurkowski, Ellen Moss, Dominique Pallanca

150 Theory of Mind Moderates the Effect of Moral Identity on
Children’s Aggression Toward Peers
Elizabeth Boerger
151 The Virtue Enhancing and Vice Suppressing Function of
Modesty Among Chinese Children
Charles Stapleton, Hui Zhang, Yeh Hsueh, Robert Cohen

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165 Are Father-Child Relationships more Vulnerable to Factors
such as Child Temperament and Parental Stress?
Kim Yurkowski, Jean-Francois Bureau, Ellen Moss, Dominique
Pallanca

179 Relationship of maternal touch and dyadic mutual
communication to child verbal ability among VLBW and NBW
preschoolers
Natalia Moss, Rebecca Rieger, Sarah Erickson, Peggy C.
MacLean, Robin Ohls, Jean R Lowe

166 Is Knowing Fetal Sex Associated with Fathers’ Prenatal
Involvement?
Theresa Settle, Lauren Altenburger, Claire M. Kamp Dush,
Sarah Jane Schoppe-Sullivan, Jason Sullivan

180 Parenting in the Digital Age: Urban Youth’s Perceptions about
Technology-Based Communication with Parents
Sarah Jensen Racz, Sarah Renee Lindstrom Johnson, Catherine
P Bradshaw, Tina L. Cheng

167 Continuity of attachment to mother and father during transition
to middle childhood: categorical vs. continuous approach
Simona Di Folco, Giulio Cesare Zavattini, Elia Psouni

181 Maternal ADHD and Oppositional Behavior Predict Parenting
Behavior
Robert Walker Miller, Dawn M. Gondoli, Christine M. Steeger,
Rebecca A Morrissey, Bradley S. Gibson

168 Mentalizing in Motion: Parental Embodied Mentalizing and
Children’s Socio-emotional and Cognitive Development
Dana McDevitt Shai, Jay Belsky

182 The Impact of Distraction and Chaos on Interaction Patterns
During Family Mealtimes
Jessica Jarick, Blake L. Jones, Barbara H Fiese

169 Are 9-to-12 month increases in infant sleep disruption an index
of healthy attachment development?
Mina Shimizu, Douglas M Teti, Bo-Ram Kim, Lauren Philbrook

183 Children’s Usage of Smartphones and Tablets and the
Correlations with Parent-Child Relations
Yu-ching Yeh, Hsiang-Ju Ho, Ming-Chung Chen, Meng-Lung
Lai, Yu-Chen Wang

170 Whose Work is it Anyway?: The Relation of Helicopter
Parenting in an Academic Domain to College Students’ WellBeing
Katie Limoncelli, Sarah Roundy, Zoe Sobel, Sally A. Theran

184 What is the role of parenting in Head Start children’s
development? A classroom fixed effects design
Emily C. Ross, Terri Sabol, P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale

171 Negative emotionality and disciplining as early predictors of
children’s emotion regulation and prosocial and antisocial
outcomes
Cara Streit, Gustavo Carlo, Francisco Palermo, Jean M Ispa,
Erin Elizabeth Harmeyer, Chang Su-Russell

185 Impulsivity and Differential Susceptibility: Parenting
Moderates the Relationship Between Impulsivity and
Externalizing Problems
Joshua Ahles, Christian Mcclellan, Amy Mezulis

172 Parenting Practices and Youth Externalizing Behaviors: A
Short-Term Investigation of Directionality
Anne C Fletcher, Carol Anna Johnston

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

173 Corporal Punishment and Child Adjustment Problems: Does it
Matter if One or Both Parents are Using it?
Nicole L Vu, Ernest N Jouriles, Renee McDonald, George W
Holden

186 Individual Differences in Intersensory Processing Efficiency for
Social Events Predict Infant Language and Cognitive
Functioning
Kasey C. Soska, James Torrence Todd, Amanda Costales,
Lorraine E Bahrick

174 Behavioral Evidence of Mattering, Father-Adolescent
Relationships, and Adolescents’ Adjustment: Trends across
Time
Yookyung Lee, Jeff Cookston

187 The Development of Infant Discrimination of the Tempo of
Speech: An Extended Reliance on Temporal Synchrony
Lorraine E Bahrick, Jessica Faye Saunders, Victoria Bein,
James Torrence Todd, Kasey C. Soska

175 Mothers’ and fathers’ sensitivity towards their two children: A
longitudinal study from infancy to toddlerhood
Elizabeth Theodora Hallers-Haalboom, Judi Mesman, Marleen
Groeneveld, Sheila van Berkel, Joyce Endendijk, Lotte van der
Pol, Marielle Linting, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg

188 Visual Information Generated During Action Facilitates 14Month-Olds’ Mental Rotation
Nick Antrilli, Su-hua Wang
189 Early Sensitivity to Fearful Faces in 3.5 Months Infants
Laurie Bayet, Roberto Caldara, Edouard Gentaz, Olivier
Pascalis

176 Parenting Influence on Early Peer Relationships: An
Ethological Approach
Christine Romero, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Patrick Davies,
Meredith J Martin, E. Mark Cummings

190 Development of Face Preference in Children at Low- and HighRisk for Autism
Joshua Haworth, Klaus Libertus, Rebecca Landa

177 Perspectives From Latino Parent-Adolescent Dyads on Parental
Engagement in their Adolescents’ Out-of-School Programs
Lorraine Munoz, Marcela Raffaelli

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
192 Latino Immigrant Parents’ Academic Involvement: The Role of
Financial Stress and Parental Depression
Lauren Gilbert, Christia Spears Brown, Rashmita S. Mistry

178 Mother-Child Communication about Religion and Spirituality:
Description and Predictors of Spiritual Discourse
Chris J Boyatzis

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193 Community Partnerships to Support Health Programming in
Head Start Programs
Lynn A Karoly, Laurie Martin, Anita Chandra, Courtney
Armstrong, Laura Ruth Hoard

206 Approaches to Learning and Early Cognitive, Language and
Socio-emotional Development in East Asian and Pacific Island
Countries
Rhoda Wang, Jin Sun, Nirmala Rao

194 African American Girls’ Narratives about Life in High-Risk
Neighborhoods
Ann Cale Kruger, Faith Zabek, Staeshe Collins, Erin Harper,
Chela Hamilton, Miriam McGee, Catherine Perkins, Joel
Meyers

207 Applications of Modern Measurement Theory to Measuring
School Readiness : An Empirical Demonstration
sira park

195 Cultural Differences in Future Orientations Among First
Nations and Euro-Canadian Youth
Gillian Klassen, Adrienne Blacklock, Johanna Querengesser,
Ashley Reynolds, Jillian Stewart, Alexandra D'Arrisso, Kelsey
Marie Moore, Tamar Blanchard, Curtis Tootoosis, Jacob A.
Burack

208 Teacher reinforcement and display of gender-stereotypic
activities in Head Start classrooms
Flora Farago, Kristen Granger

196 A Comparison of American and Chinese Children’s Imitation of
Motion
Zhidan Wang, Rebecca A Williamson

210 The sexualized girl: The development of an expanded
(sexualized) gender stereotype
Ellen Audrey Stone, Christia Spears Brown, Jennifer Jewell

197 Contextual Stressors and Adolescents’ Depressive Symptoms in
Mexican American and Central American Origin Immigrant
Families
Bryan Michael Montano-Maceda, Orrin Ohanian, Scottie W.
Plunkett, Andrew Behnke

Social Cognition

Sex, Gender

209 Do children expect a gender pay gap?
Shaina Coogan, Katherine McAuliffe, Yarrow C Dunham

211 The Added Value of “Hot” Tasks for Measuring SocialInformation Processing
Mojdeh Motamedi, Karen L Bierman
212 Development of emotion vocabulary comprehension in Chinese
Children from 2 to13 years old: Relationships with gender and
empathy
Yanwei Li, Dongchuan Yu

198 “I Found My Niche”: The Role of Culture and Immigrant Status
in the Search for Campus Belongingness Among Emerging
Adults
Sonia Rivas, Jacqueline Nguyen, Susie D Lamborn

213 Mean? You get candy. Not mean? You get rotten onions. Threeolds appease antisocial adults at the expense of neutral adults
Ben Kenward, Malin Eriksson, Karl Olsson

199 “We’re not colored, we’re just a different color”: Black
Children’s Conceptions of Race and Identity During Elementary
School
Leoandra Onnie Rogers

School Readiness/Childcare

214 Investigating the Roots of Group Influence: Do Infants Follow
the Herd?
Sweta Anantharaman, Annette M E Henderson

200 Curricular and Pedagogical Experiences Predicting Children’s
Learning Self-Efficacy and Enjoyment in Preschool Classrooms
Rebekah Pierro, Jiayao Li, Linda Hestenes, Yudan Wang

215 Reflexive Orienting to Goal-Directed Actions by Children and
Adults
Alexis Barton, Bennett I Bertenthal

201 Parental Math Experience and its Relation to Home Numeracy
Environment and Development of Preschoolers’ Early
Numeracy Skills
JinHee Hur, David James Purpura

216 Autistic children prefer to learn a new word from a confident
speaker
Tomoko Matsui, Mutsumi Imai
217 Children’s Beliefs in Reciprocation of Biases
Jennifer L Rennels, Judith H Langlois

202 Left to Their Own Devices: Context and Content of Preschool
Children’s Preferred Activities During Free-Play
Lawrence V Harper, Karen McCluskey, Andrew Robert Bower

218 Avoiding Hasty Conclusions: Manipulating Informant
Expertise to Avoid Conceptual Entrenchment
Kelley Durkin, Asheley R Landrum, Patrick Savage, Marena
Eglian, Patrick Shafto

203 Moderating Effects of Student-Teacher Relationship on
Executive Functioning and Academic Performance in
Preschoolers
Leanna Garb, Paulo A Graziano, Katie Hart

219 Infant brains discriminate gaze direction without conscious
awareness
Sarah Jessen, Tobias Grossmann

204 Learning how to Learn: The Role of Family in Supporting Early
Self-regulation Growth
Janelle J Montroy, Tricia Foster Finger, Laura Christine
Froyen, Lori E Skibbe, Chelsea Samples-Steele, Ryan Bowles

220 Threat-Related Attentional Biases at 7 Months: Associations
With Later Attachment Security
Mikko Peltola, Linda Forssman, Kaija Puura, Jukka Leppanen,
Szilvia Biro, Renske Huffmeijer, Lenneke Alink, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn

205 Conceptions of School Readiness among Mothers of LowIncome Minority Preschoolers and the Relation to Mothering
Qualities
Dawn Yvette Brinkley, Margaret O''Brien Caughy, Margaret
Tresch Owen

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221 Individual differences in theory of mind: Predictive of
successful conflict resolution?
Nancie Im-Bolter, Keely Owens-Jaffray, Katharine M Bailey,
Raheleh Saryazdi

236 A Meta-Analysis of Relations between Children’s Cognitive,
Behavioral, and Emotion Regulation and Cardiac Autonomic
Flexibility
Jacob Holzman, Alison Krauss, Taylor A. Koegel, Lauren E.
Boddy, David J Bridgett

222 What Makes 8- and 10-year-olds More Egocentric in
Referential Communication?
Jessica Wang, Muna Ali, Steven Frisson, Ian Antony Apperly

237 Purpose in Life and Personality Traits as Unique Predictors of
Late Adolescent Psychological Well-being
Patrick Hill, Grant W. Edmonds, Missy Peterson, Koen Luyckx,
Judy A Andrews

223 Young Children’s Understanding of False Belief: P3b
Responses to an Implicit False Belief Task
Samantha Drover, Mark Alan Sabbagh

238 Perfectionism, Friendship Conflict, and Psychopathology: A
Test of the Social Disconnection Model in Early Adolescence
Danielle Molnar, Rina Das Eiden, Kenneth E. Leonard, Craig
R Colder

224 The Development of Theory of Mind in Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing,
and Hearing Children
Christopher Stanzione, Amy R Lederberg, Lee Branum-Martin

239 Task-Related Physiological Change for Shy and Non-Shy
Children at Age Four: Differences in HRV and EEG Coherence
Christy D. Wolfe, Martha Ann Bell

225 Limits on children’s understanding of mental representations
using modified three-option false belief tasks
Christopher Gonzales, Annelise Pesch, William Fabricius

240 Genetic and Environmental Contributions to the Link between
Effortful Control and Surgency
Douglas Magill, Mengjiao Li, Kristen Fisher, James Foley, Lee
Thompson, Stephen Anthony Petrill, Kirby Deater-Deckard

Social, Emotional, Personality
226 Adolescent Daily Stress: Sources, Age and Gender Variations,
and Affective Consequences
Abby Michele Durgan, Mollie McQuillan, Kathryn E Grant,
Emma Kristine Adam

Social Relationships
241 Peer Victimization and Depression Over Time: The Moderating
Role of Overt/Physical and Relational Aggression
Amanda Krygsman, Heather L. Brittain, Tracy Vaillancourt

227 Emotionality Moderates the Link between Maternal
Responsiveness and Allostatic Load: Evidence for Differential
Susceptibility
Nadya Dich, Stacey N Doan, Gary W Evans

242 Do Teachers’ Burnout and Self-Efficacy Predict Their
Perceptions of Bullying and Victimization in Their Classrooms?
1. Lígia Barboza Moreira, Julie A Hubbard, Lauren Elizabeth
Swift, Megan Bookhout, Stevie N Grassetti, Marissa A Smith

228 Preschoolers’ Empathy-Related Responding to Distress in
Social Partners
Hung-Chu Lin, Philip Richard, Michelle Grisham, Rebecca
Tacke, Jacob Amrose

243 Understanding Cyberbullying and Cyber-victimization Through
a Quadripartite Motivation Typology
Michal Bak, Kevin C Runions

229 Temperamental Surgency Predicts Later Adjustment Problems
in the Preschool Period
Melanie Rachael Klein, Liliana J. Lengua

244 School-Based Interventions to Reduce Dating and Sexual
Violence: A Systematic Review
Joshua R Polanin, Lisa De La Rue, Dorothy Lynn Espelage,
Terri D Pigott

230 Maternal Sensitivity and Maternal Control as Predictors of
Young Children’s Frustration and Externalizing Behaviors
Jasmine Bene Harris, Camille Arnold, Sierra Wait, Lauren
Manning Schaefer, Whitney Belk, Kathleen Hodskins, Anne
Hungerford

245 Substance Use as a Mediator of the Relationship Between
Parental Supervision and Dating Violence Victimization
Tammi Walker, N. Dickon Reppucci

231 The Emotional Classroom: Interactions of Socializing Agents
Predicting Future Emotionality and Executive Function
David E Ferrier, Samantha Nicole Plourde, Susanne Denham,
Timothy W Curby, Hideko Hamada Bassett, Craig S. Bailey

246 Emotional Arousal during Narratives about Romantic
Relationship Conflict: Gender Differences and Relationship
Functioning
Candice Feiring, Christine Petit, Alexis Eckert, Izabela
Milaniak

232 Strategies for Reducing Rumination in Youth: A Laboratory
Study of Brief Interventions
Stephanie Vahlsing, Lori Hilt
233 Spontaneous Self-Distancing and Emotional Reactivity Across
Adolescence
Rachel E White, Ethan Kross, Angela Lee Duckworth

247 Coping with Cyberbullying: Differences between Answers to
Hypothetical Scenarios and Reports on Experienced
Cybervictimization
Hana Machackova, Lenka Dedkova, Anna Sevcikova, Alena
Cerna

234 School-aged Children’s Emotion Regulation Strategies: Links
to socioemotional and academic competence
Scott Paul Mirabile, Christine Kodluboy

248 Trajectories of bullying and harassment experiences during the
transition to college
Jennifer M Wolff, Kathy Rospenda, Meredith A McGinley

235 Difficult Infancy Predicts Emotion Dysregulation and
Problematic Social Adjustment: An Investigation of Parenting
Behaviors
Hasmik Tokadjian, Sara R. Berzenski, Tuppett M. Yates

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249 Concurrent and Prospective Relationships Between Bullying
and Personality
Erin Kelly, Nicola Newton, Lexine Stapinski, Tim Slade, Emma
Barrett, Patricia Conrod, Maree Teesson

Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
(Event 1-105) Invited Conversation
Roundtable
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

250 What Determines The Sibling Conflict Resolution Strategies of
Adolescents? Parents, Siblings, or Temperament?
Huri Gül Bayram Gülaçtı, Sibel Kazak KazakBerument

1-105. Culture, Globalization, and Human Development:
Different Approaches with an Eye to the Future
Moderator: Mary Gauvain, Professor of Psychology at the
University of California

251 The Association Between Family Aggression History and
Physiological Coregulation in Dating Relationships
Adela C Timmons, Theodora Chaspari, Shrikanth Narayanan,
Gayla Margolin

Panelist 1 - Heidi Keller, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus,
Osnabrück University, Germany

252 Social Support Moderates the Association between Stress
Response and Cortisol Levels in Romantic Relationships in
Emerging Adults
Jenny Mai Phan

Abstract. Culture has become more visible in developmental
psychology over the last decades. After having been banished in
boxes in textbooks with the only message that there is some
variability in some developmental domains across cultures, there are
now textbooks and handbooks focusing generally on the role of
culture for development. Also the major developmental journals
publish more and more cultural and cross-cultural papers.
Nevertheless there is still a big challenge to master: that is, the
systematic introduction of culture into thinking about development.
This process starts with the definition of culture. Culture is still
mainly equated with country, although countries can only be frames
for the (co) existence of different cultures. The necessary differential
look at development also pertains to the application of developmental
knowledge for different domains. This approach is driven by looking
at culture as a process of adaptation to different environmental
demands.

253 Relations between Negative Family Emotional Climate and
Maternal Emotion Regulation on Youths’ Friendship
Kara Braunstein, Natalee Price, Sarah Borowski, Janice L
Zeman
254 Transitions in Friendship Attachment in Adolescence are
Associated with Developmental Trajectories of Depression
through Adulthood
Stephanie H. Cook, Justin Heinze, Alison Leslie Miller, Marc
Zimmerman
255 Corumination, Friendship Quality, and Depression: Dyadic
Patterns of Influence Among Emerging Adult Friendship Dyads
Karen P. Kochel, Catherine L Bagwell, Kaitlyn McHugh,
Sophie Salzman, Micky Silverman, Rafi Rojas, Ethan Wolf

Panelist 2 - Sara Harkness, University of Connecticut

256 Observed climate in peer cliques and children’s well-being
Wendy E Ellis, Lynne Zarbatany, Xinyin Chen, Lisa Boyko,
Megan Peggy-Anne Kinal

Abstract: In the current era of globalization, there is an increasing
need for the integration of cultural and developmental perspectives for
understanding children and their families. This kind of integrated
approach requires not only deeper knowledge of cross-cultural
differences in the lives of children, but also a mixed-methods
approach that incorporates both emically-based modes of inquiry as
well as appropriate use of standardized measures. This presentation
will illustrate an integrative, interdisciplinary approach in the context
of specific research projects. Applications to the care and education
of children internationally will also be discussed.

257 Peer Influence in Preschool Classrooms: Examining Literacy,
Language, Gender, and Age Homophily
Tzu-Jung Lin, Laura M. Justice, Andrew J Mashburn, Jill M.
Pentimonti
258 Peer Influence on Children’s Academic Achievement and
Prosocial Behavior: Examining Multiple Sources of Influence
Angela Henneberger, Scott D. Gest

Panelist 3 - Kofi Marfo, Aga Khan University

259 Mother-Infant Face-to-Face Interactions Predict Later Social
Behavior in Infant Rhesus Monkeys
Amanda Dettmer, Stephen Suomi

Abstract: Advancement of cultural understandings of developmental
phenomena has important implications for how we construe the
science of human development and how we assess the status of that
science. Interrogations of much of the psychological research behind
our extant knowledge increasingly underscore the imperative to place
our discipline on a trajectory toward a truly global science. I will
explore what it means to forge that global science. Although
expanding data sources by sampling across geographic regions is
necessary, it remains a simple solution to a complex challenge if that
is all we do. A global developmental science must, by necessity, also
rest on heterogenization of idea systems and worldviews that shape
conceptions of development and valued developmental outcomes
across cultures, many of which remain alien to Euro-American
developmental science. What such a direction means for the
preparation of future generations of thinkers and researchers is an
important subject for discussion.
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Panelist 4 - Barbara Rogoff, University of California, Santa
Cruz

Abstract: Experiences occurring in early development can have
enduring effects on the brain and behavior. Epigenetic mechanisms,
encompassing molecular changes that alter gene activity without
changes to the underlying DNA sequence, may account for both the
dynamic and stable effects of these experiences. Several themes have
emerged in the study of environmentally-induced epigenetic effects,
including the sex- and tissue-specificity of epigenetic programming
and the potential transmission of epigenetic variation across
generations. Here, I will describe evidence implicating epigenetic
mechanisms in the link between experiences occurring during
development and altered neuroendocrine and behavioral outcomes. I
will also discuss how these molecular events are hypothesized to
contribute to the transgenerational inheritance of traits and the
dynamic interplay between parents and offspring that shape
developmental outcomes within and across generations.

Abstract: The inclusion of cultural aspects of development has
become increasingly pressing and recognized within the study of
childhood. Often, this is reduced to including underrepresented ethnic
groups in studies that use methods and interpretations stemming from
mainstream cultural practices. To get beyond this, I propose that we
focus on the role of cultural practices, not only in understanding how
people from underserved populations live and think, but also to
understand the mainstream practices that pervade research and
policies developed primarily by people from mainstream
backgrounds. I also propose that an understanding of human
development, on a broader basis, requires understanding of changes
and continuities of cultural practices across generations as well as the
historical and present relations among communities in contact of
many sorts.

(Event 1-107) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

Panelist 5 - Thomas S. Weisner, University of California, Los
Angeles
Abstract: The cultural/ecological context is arguably the most
important influence on a child’s developmental pathway, though
certainly not the only one. Cultural context includes shared goals and
beliefs, routine practices, social relationships, resources, and the
sustainability of contexts. The goal of understanding the whole child
in global context has been central to the mission of SRCD since its
founding, and grounds our interdisciplinary and integrative work in
developmental science. Stronger, easier ways to do this are needed.
Imagine if we established partnerships with 100 local communities
around the world and with developmentalists there committed to their
versions of this SRCD mission. These communities would partner in
comparative studies. Our methods would benefit from relevant
contexts being bracketed in, not out; integrating qualitative and
quantitative methods would be essential. Our thus more representative
findings would be more useful to families, schools, and programs
because they are grounded in local knowledge and conditions.

1-107. Follow the Leader(s)?! Peer Influence on the
Development of Behavior and Friendships in the School
Context
Chair: Johannes Ashwin Rambaran
Discussant: Jelle Sijtsema

(Event 1-106) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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The Impact of Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior on the
Emergence and Stability of Positive and Negative Peer
Relationships
Johannes Ashwin Rambaran, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Anke
Munniksma, Antonius H. N. Cillessen

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Antisocial and Prosocial Peer Norms: Emergence, Stability and
Impact on Adolescent Individual Development
Lydia Laninga-Wijnen, Zeena Harakeh, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra,
Rene Veenstra, Wilma A.M. Vollebergh

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Peer Reputation for Responsible Behavior Predicts Change in
Motivation and Classroom Behaviors Across the School Year
Elizabeth North, Allison M Ryan

(Event 1-108) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-106. Epigenetic Plasticity of the Developing Brain
Chair: Dante Cicchetti
Speaker: Frances Anne Champagne

1-108. Rethinking the intergenerational transmission of
attachment: meta-analytic findings and new perspectives
Chairs: Carlo Schuengel, Marije L Verhage

Biography. Frances A. Champagne, PhD, is an Associate Professor in
the Department of Psychology at Columbia University whose main
research interest concerns the interplay between genes and
environment, and how variations in early life experiences can shape
the brain and behavior through epigenetic changes in gene expression.
Her research is currently exploring the mechanisms of risk vs.
resilience to such early life experiences and determination of the
transgenerational impact of parental and offspring experiences.
Professor Champagne received an MSc in Psychiatry (1999) and PhD
in Neuroscience (2004) from McGill University. In 2007 she
received an NIH Director’s New Innovator Award. Dr. Champagne is
a faculty member of the Doctoral Program in Neurobiology and
Behavior, Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology,
Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC), and the Columbia
Center for Research on Ethical, Legal & Social Implications of
Psychiatric, Neurologic & Behavioral Genetics.

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Intergenerational transmission of attachment and mediation by
caregiver sensitivity: new meta-analytic findings
Marije L Verhage, Carlo Schuengel, Sheri Madigan, Pasco
Michael Fearon, Mirjam Oosterman, Rosalinda Cassibba,
Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn

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Mediating and moderating processes underlying the association
between maternal cognition and infant attachment
Erinn J Hawkins, Sheri Madigan, Greg Moran, David R
Pederson
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The intergenerational transmission of infant attachment patterns
across two generations
Lee Raby, Ryan Davies Steele, Elizabeth A Carlson, L Alan
Sroufe

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When NOT to expect intergenerational patterns of attachment:
When mothers are depressed and/or carrying a high trauma
burden
Miriam Steele, Sheree L Toth, Anne Murphy, Dante Cicchetti,
Fred A Rogosch, Howard Steele

(Event 1-111) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-111. Little philosophers: Children’s developing
metaphysics, ethics, and epistemology
Chair: Christina Starmans
Discussant: Alison Gopnik
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Childhood conception of mind and causality
Henry M. Wellman

(Event 1-109) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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From Aristotle to Kant: Children’s developing moral
philosophy
Christina Starmans

1-109. Strategic considerations or genuine concern?
Investigating the motivations underlying prosocial
behavior in preschoolers
Chair: Jan Engelmann

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A working concept of knowledge?
Paul Harris

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Do ut des: The development of future-oriented reciprocity
Felix Warneken, Carla Sebastian-Enesco

(Event 1-112) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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To See or Be Seen?: Motivations Underlying Generosity
Anne Fast, Sylvia A. Morelli, Jamil Zaki, Monica Cook,
Kristina R Olson

1-112. Sound Symbolism: New Insights into its Role in
Language Development
Chairs: Daphne Maurer, Mutsumi Imai

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Young children do the right thing even if their peers do not
Jan Engelmann, Esther Herrmann, Michael Tomasello

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Arbitrariness and Systematicity in Vocabulary Structure
Morten H. Christiansen, Padraic Monaghan

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Preschoolers generous sharing is influenced by prior experience
with proportional generosity
Nadia Chernyak, Bertilia Y. Trieu, Tamar Kushnir

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Sensitivity to the Bouba Kiki Effect Arises Late in Dutch
Children: Evidence from Eye-tracking
Paula Fikkert, Lammertink Imme, Sho Tsuji

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Developmental Change in Children’s Sensitivity to Sound
Symbolism
Laura L Namy, Christina Tzeng, Lynne Nygaard

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Developmental Change in the Neural Response of Sound
Symbolism
Mutsumi Imai, Michiko Asano, Guillaume Thierry, Sotaro Kita,
Keiichi Kitajo, Hiroyuki Okada

(Event 1-110) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-110. Predictors of language disorders in populations at
risk: The state of the art and beyond
Chairs: Athena Vouloumanos, Suzanne Curtin
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Early Perceptual Language Milestones in Preterm Infants:
Interpreting Data from Behavioral Tasks
Laura Bosch, Jorgina Solé, Thais Agut

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Atypical speech processing by infants at risk for Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Jennifer Ference, Suzanne Curtin

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Lack of preference for speech predicts language delay in
infants at elevated risk for autism
Athena Vouloumanos, Suzanne Curtin

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Early Speech Perception in Infants with a Familial Risk of
Dyslexia
Elise de Bree, Annemarie Kerkhoff, Maartje de Klerk, Desiree
Capel, Frank Wijnen

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(Event 1-113) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-114) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-113. Investigating Early Childhood: Determining Your
Match with Agency Initiatives and Priorities, and
Available Datasets

1-114. Language and Literacy Development of Deaf and
Hard-of-Hearing Children in the 21st Century: An
International Perspective
Chairs: Amy R Lederberg, Brenda Schick

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Presentation 1a: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Agency Initiatives and Priorities
Ann C. Rivera, Kathleen M. Dwyer, Amy L. Madigan, Ivelisse
M Martinez-Beck, Nancy Geyelin Margie

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Reading Ten Years On: Has Technology Made A Difference To
Deaf Children’s Literacy?
Margaret Harris, Emmanouela Terlektsi, Fiona Kyle, Emma
Corder

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Presentation 1b: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Agency Initiatives and Priorities
Belinda E Sims, Eve E. Reider

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Presentation 1c: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Agency Initiatives and Priorities
James A Griffin

Early Literacy of Children with Hearing Loss in the Arab Sector
in Israel
Dorit Aram, Maha Sammar-Assadi, Tova Most, Ofra Korat,
Safiah Hassunha Arafat

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Presentation 2a: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Ivelisse M Martinez-Beck, Maria Woolverton, Ann C. Rivera

Development of Language, Reading, and Phonological
Awareness in Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing Children
Amy R Lederberg, Brenda Schick, Mi-young L Webb, Shirin
Antia, Susan R Easterbrooks, Poorna Kushalnagar, Carol
McDonald Connor, Lee Branum-Martin

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Presentation 2b: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Rosalind King

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A Reading Intervention for DHH Students: Phonological
Awareness in Fingerspelling
Brenda Schick, Kathleen Sterwerf-Jackson, Nancy
Bridenbaugh, Amy R Lederberg

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Presentation 2c: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Lindsey A Hutchison, Nina M Philipsen Hetzner

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(Event 1-115) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

Presentation 3a: U.S. Department of Education: Agency
Initiatives and Priorities
Caroline M Ebanks

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Presentation 3b: U.S. Department of Education: Agency
Initiatives and Priorities
Amy L Sussman

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Presentation 4: U.S. Department of Education: Available
Datasets
Gail M. Mulligan

1-115. Making Sense of Self-Regulation: Results from
Programs to Improve the Control of Attention, Emotion,
and Executive Functions
Chair: Cybele Raver

Integrative Statement: This symposium will orient researchers to
opportunities to conduct early childhood development research
supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and
the U.S. Department of Education, including basic research, efficacy
and effectiveness studies, and research addressing policy and practice
questions and the evaluation of specific programs. This symposium
will also discuss datasets that can be used by researchers for
secondary analyses, including: the Early Childhood Longitudinal
Study, Kindergarten Class of 2010-11 (ECLS-K:2011); the Early
Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort (ECLS-B); the National
Household Education Surveys Program (NHES); the National Survey
of Early Care and Education (NSECE); the Head Start Family and
Child Experiences Survey (FACES); the CARES evaluation of socioemotional curricula in Head Start programs; the Child Development
Supplement to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics; the Child
Sample of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979; the
Fragile Families and Child Well-Being Study; and the Los Angeles
Family and Neighborhood Survey.

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Assessment and expansion of a dual-generation intervention
targeting attention and self-regulation in at-risk preschoolers
Eric Pakulak, Theodore A Bell, Courtney Stevens, Jessica
Fanning, Scott Klein, Elif Isbell, Zayra Longoria, Amanda
Hampton Wray, Christina Karns, Ryan Guiliano, Helen Neville

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Changes in Neural Correlates of Self-Regulation through a
Readiness Intervention for Children with Developmental
Disabilities
Leslie Roos, Katherine C Pears, Jacqueline Bruce, Jennifer
Martin McDermott, Philip Andrew Fisher

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Closing the Gap: Results from a Randomized Trial of an
Innovative Approach to the Education of Children in
Kindergarten
Clancy Blair, Cybele Raver, Deborah J Leong, Elena Bodrova

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Mapping the Executive Function Literature: Developing a
Framework to Organize Executive Function and RegulationRelated Concepts
Rebecca Bailey, Stephanie M Jones, Ann Partee

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(Event 1-116) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-118) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-116. When Emotions run High and Deep: Adverse
Experiences, Parent-Child Interactions, and Emotion
Dialogue
Chair: Mathilde Overbeek
Discussant: David Oppenheim

1-118. Person-Environment Interplay in Academic and
Cognitive Development
Chair: Zhe Wang

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Quality of Parent-Child Interaction and Other Predictive Factors
of Child Adjustment in Foster Care
Karine Dubois-Comtois, Annie Bernier, George M Tarabulsy,
Chantal Cyr, Diane St-Laurent, Anne-Sophie Lanctôt, Janie StOnge, Ellen Moss, Marie-Julie Béliveau
Mind-Mindedness in Parents who Adopted Children from the
Care System
Sarah Greenhow, Elizabeth Meins, Christine Jones, Simon
Hackett, Margaret Bell
Mother-Child Emotion Dialogues in Maltreated Children:
Matched or Unmatched?
Ivanka van Delft, Margreet Visser, Catrin Finkenauer, Clasien
De Schipper, Francien Lamers-Winkelman, Carlo Schuengel

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Parent Meta Emotion Philosophy and Parent-Child Interaction
In Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
Kyrill Gurtovenko, Nicole M Stettler, Joy Kawamura, Lynn
Fainsilber Fainsilber Katz

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Behavorial and Emotional Constructs of Parent-child
Interaction and –Dialogue in IPV-exposed Children:
Associations with Outcomes
Mathilde Overbeek, Clasien De Schipper, Francien LamersWinkelman, Carlo Schuengel

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The Intersection of Poverty and Place: Economic Disparities in
Youth Educational Outcomes Across the Urban-Rural
Continuum
Rebekah Levine Levine Coley, Alicia Doyle Lynch, Jacqueline
Sims

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Indices of Family and Community Stress Impact Chronic
Cortisol and Cognitive Ability across Childhood
Laura Engelhardt, Daniel Briley, K. Paige Harden, Elliot M
Tucker-Drob

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Development in Reading and Math: The Interplay between SES
and Child Temperament
Zhe Wang, Brooke Soden, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Sarah L
Lukowski, Victoria Schenker, Erik Willcutt, Lee Thompson,
Stephen Anthony Petrill

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The Trivariate Interaction between Academic Motivation,
Achievement and Objective and Perceived Socio-economic
Status
Marghertia Malanchini, Kathy Filer, Elaine White, Alice Jones,
Yulia Kovas

1-119. Perceptual and Cognitive Long-term Sequelae of
Pre-term Birth
Chairs: Melissa E Libertus, Kerstin Hellgren

1-117. Place, Poverty, and Child Development
Chair: Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal
Discussant: Elizabeth Kneebone
Differences in Income Gaps in Achievement and Behavioral
Trajectories Across the Urban-Rural Continuum
Portia Miller, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

Exploring the Moderating Effects of SES on Reading and Math
Achievement in Middle Childhood
Brooke Soden, Zhe Wang, Marghertia Malanchini, Yulia Kovas,
Stephen Anthony Petrill

(Event 1-119) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-117) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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Poverty and Early Child Development in Rural Low-Income
Regions: Results from the Family Life Project
Margaret Burchinal, Cybele Raver, Lynne Vernon-Feagans,
Martha J Cox, Clancy Blair

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Visual and Cognitive Function in Extremely Prematurely Born
School-children
Kerstin Hellgren, Ulrika Aden, Eva Eklof, Lena Jacobson

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Motion and Form Perception in Children Born Extremely Preterm
Mariagrazia Benassi, Roberto Bolzani, Kerstin Hellgren

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Deficits in Mathematical Abilities and Approximate Number
System Acuity in Children Born Extremely Pre-term
Melissa E Libertus, Lea Forsman, Ulrika Aden, Kerstin
Hellgren

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Spontaneous Movements During Preterm and Early Postterm
Age: A Marker for Cognitive Development?!
Christa Einspieler, Peter Marschik, Arend Bos

THURSDAY
(Event 1-120) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-120. Strengthening Developmental Science with the Use
of Innovative Methods
Chair: Justin Jager
Discussant: Pamela Davis-Kean
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More than just convenient: The scientific merits of homogenous
convenience samples
Justin Jager, Ray Reichenberg, Diane Leach Putnick, Marc H
Bornstein

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Mapping growth of heterogeneous externalizing constructs
across childhood and adolescence: Comparing parent and
teacher ratings
Sheryl L Olson, Pamela Davis-Kean, Meichu Chen, Jennifer E
Lansford, John E Bates, Gregory S Pettit, Kenneth A Dodge

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Examining Parental Civic Socialization Practices and
Autonomy Support in Relation to Children and Adolescents’
Civic Engagement
Laura Wray-Lake, Amy K. Syvertsen, Aaron Metzger

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Direct and Indirect Parental Influences on Adolescents’ Civic
Involvement
M. Loreto Martinez, Patricio E Cumsille

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When are Parents Most Important for Young Persons’ Political
Development?
Hakan Stattin, Oula Hussein

(Event 1-123) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-123. Racial Discrimination among Urban Youth:
Experiences and Contexts
Chairs: Rhonda Cherie Boyd, Sharon Lambert

Early math skills and later achievement: Which kindergarten
common core domains most predict fifth grade math
achievement?
Tyler W. Watts, Greg J Duncan, Douglas H Clements, Julie
Sarama, Christopher B Wolfe, Mary Elaine Spitler

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Reports of Racial Discrimination by a Diverse Sample of LowIncome, Urban Youth
Theressa LaBarrie, Kathryn E Grant

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Exposure to Racial Discrimination and its Emotional Effects
Among Urban African American Children of Mothers with
Depression
Rhonda Cherie Boyd, Shadiya Moss

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Neighborhood Social Processes as Moderators between Racial
Discrimination and the Mental Health of African American
Adolescents
Farzana Tabitha Saleem, Danielle ReNay Busby, Sharon
Lambert

(Event 1-121) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-121. School Relationship Patterns of Black Adolescents:
Explorations by Race and Gender
Chair: Jamaal Matthews
Discussant: Robert Jagers
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Math Interest and Achievement: An Examination of the
Differential Returns on Social Network Resources
Jamaal Matthews, Brian Carolan

(Event 1-124) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

School and Peer Group Ethnic Diversity among Black Male and
Female Adolescents: Implications for Perceptions of School
Climate
Saida Hussain, Joanna Lee Williams, Lora Jelise Henderson

1-124. How Shall I Solve This Problem? Modeling and
Stimulating Strategy Use in Mathematics
Chair: Jan Boom
Discussant: Robert S Siegler

The Voice Project: Exploring Middle-Class Black Boys’
Experiences in School Using PhotoVoice
Chauncey Smith, Adrian Gale, Robert Jagers

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(Event 1-122) Paper Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

How to Model the Development of Strategy Use: The Case of
Multiplication Learning and Working Memory
Sanne van der Ven, Jan Boom, Evelyn Kroesbergen, Paul PM
Leseman

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1-122. Theoretical Advancements in Research Linking
Parenting and Youth Civic Engagement
Chair: Laura Wray-Lake

Sequential Modulations in Children during Strategy Selection
and Strategy Execution: A Study in Arithmetic
Patrick Lemaire

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Perceptual Processes in Strategy Discovery
Martha Wagner Alibali

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The Roots of Engaged Citizenship: An Examination of Family
Developmental Relationships
Amy K. Syvertsen, Alyssa S. Meuwissen

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(Event 1-125) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-128) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-125. Unpacking person-context interactions in family and
school settings: Implications for adolescent well-being
Chairs: Aprile D Benner, John E Schulenberg

1-128. Trajectories of Brain Development Underlying
Features of Autism in At-risk Infants
Chair: Meghan Swanson
Discussant: Joseph Piven

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Parent-Child Cultural-Orientation Gaps and Family Dynamics
from pre- to mid-adolescence
Mayra Y Bamaca-Colbert, Lindsey Varvil-Weld, Peter Kim,
Richard Whitney Robins, Keith F Widaman

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Family-Peer Incongruence in Cultural Socialization and
Adolescent Adjustment
Yijie Wang

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When Being a Minority is Really a Minority:Effects of
Mismatch Between Adolescents’ Ethnic Representation in
School and in Courses
Sandra Graham, Kara Kogachi

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Costs and Benefits of Not Fitting In: Mismatches with broader
school norms and adolescents’ well-being
Aprile D Benner, John E Schulenberg

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Patterns of Brain Volume Differences in Infants at High Risk
for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Heather Cody Hazlett, Hongbin Gu, Martin Styner, Kelly
Botteron, Stephen Dager, Annette Mercer Estes, Alan Evans,
Vlad Fonov, Guido Gerig, Penelope Kostopoulos, Robert C
McKinstry, Juhi Pandey, Sarah Paterson, John Pruett, Robert
Schultz, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Joseph Piven

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A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study of Emerging Sensory
Features in Toddlers with Autism
Jason J Wolff, Guido Gerig, Martin Styner, Meghan Swanson,
Jed T. Elison, Annette Mercer Estes, Lisa Flake, Cheryl Klohr,
Penelope Kostopoulos, Juhi Pandey, Sarah Paterson, Lonnie
Zwaigenbaum, Joseph Piven

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Infants Who Develop Autism Spectrum Disorder Have
Excessive External Cerebrospinal Fluid at 6 Months of Age
Mark D. Shen, SunHyung Kim, Hongbin Gu, Heather Cody
Hazlett, Christine Nordahl, Robert C McKinstry, Dennis Shaw,
Guido Gerig, Stephen Dager, Kelly Botteron, Robert Schultz,
Sarah Paterson, Alan Evans, Annette Mercer Estes, Lonnie
Zwaigenbaum, Martin Styner, David G Amaral, Joseph Piven

(Event 1-126) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-126. Strategies for Bridging Research and Social Policy
through Student Engagement
Moderator: Matthew Stagner
Panelists: Jenni Owen, Cynthia A Osborne, Andrew Crompton,
Abby Lane

(Event 1-129) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-127) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-129. Let’s Connect: Using Social Network Analysis to
Understand Peer Relations in Educational Contexts
Chair: Jennifer Watling Watling Neal
Discussant: Andres Molano

1-127. Mindful Parenting: Extending Mindfulness to
Parent-Child Relationships to Promote Well-Being and
Improve Family Functioning
Chair: Larissa G. Duncan
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A Role for Mindfulness in Reducing Parenting Stress
April Lightcap, Dorianne Wright, Laura Noll, Heidemarie
Laurent

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Parental Interpersonal Mindfulness as a Protective Factor
Against Postpartum Depression
Benjamin Nelson, Laura Noll, Dorianne Wright, Heidemarie
Laurent

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Understanding How Mindful Parenting May Promote Youth
Disclosure, Parental Solicitation, and Parental Knowledge
Melissa A Lippold, Larissa G. Duncan, J. Douglas Coatsworth,
Mark T Greenberg

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Mindful Parenting in Mental Health Care: Effects on Parents
and Children
Susan M. Bögels, Esther de Bruin, Renee Meppelink

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What Predicts Accurate Perceptions about Classroom
Relationships?: The Role of Grade, Class Size, Gender, and
Social Status
Jennifer Watling Watling Neal, Zachary P. Neal, Elise Cappella

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Social Dynamics of Peer Aggression in Middle Childhood: The
Role of Peer Networks in Classroom Aggression Norms
Daisy Jackson, Elise Cappella, Jennifer Watling Watling Neal

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The Mystery of Friendship: Examining Youth Communication
Patterns within an Online Social Network.
Mariah Kornbluh

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(Event 1-130) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-130. Social Attention and Gaze-Following: Factors that
Impact Attention and Learning
Chairs: Ryan Barry, Susan M Rivera
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Mothers and Strangers: The Influence of Familiarity on Gaze
Following and Label Learning
Ryan Barry, Rebecca Shields, Katharine M. Graf Estes, Susan
M Rivera

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Salience and Social Cues in Early Word Learning
Daniel Yurovsky, Michael C. Frank

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Selective Gaze Following Across the First Postnatal Year
Kristen Swan Tummeltshammer, David M Sobel, Natasha Zoe
Kirkham

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Eyes Matter – How Nonsocial Motion Cues Influence Infants’
Object Processing on the Neurophysiological and the
Behavioral Level
Christine Michel, Caroline Wronski, Sabina M Pauen, Moritz
M Daum, Stefanie Hoehl

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Bucharest Early Intervention Project: The Case for Policies
Providing High Quality Foster Care for Abandoned Children
Kathryn Humphreys, Charles H Zeanah, Charles A. Nelson,
Nathan A Fox

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From Institutional Care to Family Support: Development of an
Effective Early Intervention Network in the Nizhy Novgorod
Region
Tatiana V. Morozova, Svyatoslav V. Dovbnya, Dana Johnson,
Melinda A. Richards, Julia G. Bogdanova

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Global Attempts to Improve Care for Vulnerable Children
Chris Groark

(Event 1-133) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-133. Better Safe Than sorry! The Development of Disgust
and Avoidance of Biological Threats in Humans and Nonhuman Primates
Chair: Jasmine DeJesus
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Every Rose has its Thorn: Comparing Strategies That Minimize
Dangers Posed by Plants in Human Infants and Non-human
Primates
Annie E Wertz

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1-131. A Closer Look at the Significance of Friendship in
the Lives of Adolescents
Chairs: Julie C Bowker, Jonathan Bruce Santo

Children’s Behavioral Avoidance of Contagion
Vanessa LoBue, Katy-Ann Blacker, Megan Geerdts

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Social Influences on Children’s Reasoning About Clean and
Contaminated Foods
Jasmine DeJesus, Kristin Shutts, Katherine D. Kinzler

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Loneliness and Friendships Predicting Depressive Symptoms in
Adolescents with ASD
Ryan E Adams, Somer L. Bishop, Katherine Gotham, Catherine
Lord

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Testimony About Disgust Leads Children to Blame Acts of
Environmental Degradation
Josh Rottman, Liane L. Young, Deb Kelemen

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Self-continuity is Correlated Among Friends and Moderates the
Association Between Peer Victimization and Depressed Affect
Jonathan Bruce Santo, William M Bukowski

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How Perceived Inequalities in Popularity or Physical
Attractiveness Between Partners Contribute to Negative
Friendship Experiences
Jeffrey G Parker, Kristina L McDonald

(Event 1-131) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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(Event 1-134) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-134. Contextual Influences, Children’s Social Goals, and
Social Behaviors across Cultures
Chairs: Cixin Wang, Yan Li

An Application of the Cognitive-Diathesis Stress Model to
Friendship Dissolution
Julie C Bowker

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Conduct Problems, Teacher-Student Relationships, and
Classroom Management: Differences Between China, Japan,
and the U.S.
George Bear, Dandan Chen, Lindsey Mantz, Chunyan Yang

(Event 1-132) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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Teachers’ Use of Classroom Management Strategies, Children’s
Social Goals, and Aggressive Behaviors in U.S. and China
Cixin Wang, Yan Li, Kavita Atwal

1-132. From Research to Practice and Policy: Improving
Care for Vulnerable Children in Lower-Resource
Countries
Chair: Robert B McCall

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Parental Popularity Goal Set for Adolescents: Associations with
Adolescents’ Popularity Goal, Behaviors, and Popularity
Yan Li, Yunyi Long, Hui Zhou

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Early Adolescent’s Popularity Goal: Influenced by the Peer
Group and Associated with Aggression
Molly Dawes, Hongling Xie

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Improving Institutional Care for Young Children: New Policies
in the Russian Federation
Rifkat J Muhamedrahimov

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(Event 1-135) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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Family Correlates of Cardiometabolic Risk in Low-Income,
Urban, African American Youth
Wendy Kliewer, Jo Lynne Robins, Alicia J Borre

1-135. Examining the Cascading Effects of SES on Health
Functioning and Development
Chair: Edward Berchick

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The Interactive Contributions of Skin Conductance Level and
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Reactivity to Children’s Emotion
Coping
Wesley Sanders, Jamie L Abaied, Caitlin Wagner

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Early Health Capital and Young Adults’ Socioeconomic
Attainment: An Investigation of Early Life Course
Jihyoung Kim, K.A.S Wickrama

(Event 1-138) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

Effect of Socioeconomic Status (SES) on Infant Neural
Development at Age 1 Month
Laura Milani Betancourt, Nancy Brodsky, Brian B Avants,
Manzar Ashtari, Jue Wu, Martha J Farah, Hallum Hurt

1-138. Diverse Perspective on Biological Pathways of
Prenatal Stress Exposures and Child Development
Chairs: Darlene A Kertes, Hayley Kamin

Has in the income gradient in child health changed over birth
cohorts?
Edward Berchick

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Prenatal Programming of Child Development: Mechanisms and
Pathways
Elysia Poggi Davis

(Event 1-136) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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Prenatal Maternal Stress Predicts Neonatal DNA Methylation of
HPA Axis Genes and Birth Weight
Darlene A Kertes

1-136. How Children Behave with Money: Spending,
Saving, and Market Mode Behavior
Chair: Craig E. Smith

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Prenatal Maternal Anxiety Alters Infant Immune Response
Thomas G O'Connor

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The Effect of Prenatal Stress on Childhood Development:
Exploiting a Natural Experiment
Florencia Torche

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Children Become More Agentic but Less Helpful Around
Money: Early Signs of Market Mode Behaviors
Lan Nguyen Chaplin, Kathleen D. Vohs, Agata Gasiorowska,
Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Sandra Wygrab

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Intelligence and Economic Knowledge Predict Saving in
Children from 7 to 9 Years of Age
Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Agata Gasiorowska

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Affective Links to Spending and Saving Tendencies in
Childhood
Craig E. Smith, Scott I. Rick, Susan A Gelman, Margaret
Echelbarger

1-139. Social Support and Engagement: Exploring
supportive ecologies and their influence on school and civic
engagement
Chair: Elizabeth S Pufall Jones
Discussant: Jonathan F Zaff

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Developing Financial Capability
Charles Kalish, Anita Drever, Elizabeth Odders-White

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Urban youth and civic engagement: The Chicago Teacher
Union strike and youth involvement
Resney Gugwor

(Event 1-137) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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Building connections to graduate: How positive socialization
can change the trajectory of youth who drop out of school
Ana Carvalho, Elizabeth S Pufall Jones, Jonathan F Zaff

1-137. More than Cortisol: Integrating Multiple
Physiological Measures to Better Understand Child
Development in Stressful Contexts
Chair: John Loughlin-Presnal

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Dropout typologies among two national samples: Profiles of
risk and support
Jennifer Prescott, Sara Anderson, Elana McDermott, Alexandra
Baker, Jonathan F Zaff

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Cascading Effects of Income and Cumulative Risk on
Neurobiological Indicators of Self-regulation in Preschool-age
Children
Liliana J. Lengua

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Integrating Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase: a Multi-Systemic,
Person-Centered Approach to Children’s Stress Reactivity
John Loughlin-Presnal, Martha E Wadsworth

(Event 1-139) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

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(Event 1-140) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

(Event 1-143) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-140. What is working memory, and how and why does it
develop in children?
Chair: Chris Jarrold

1-143. Language Development in Low-SES and UnderRepresented Populations
Chair: Roberta M Golinkoff

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Unraveling the Link Between Working Memory and Classroom
Achievement
Debbora Hall, Chris Jarrold, John N Towse, Amy Zarandi,
Naomi Mackett

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Why Does Working Memory Capacity Increase With
Childhood Development?
Nelson Cowan

Real-time language understanding and vocabulary learning by
2-year-old children living in rural African villages
Ann Weber, Anne Fernald, Yatma Diop, Ibrahima Samba,
Abdoulaye Kasse, Serginho Donatien Badji, Abdoulaye Bousso,
Magor Dia, Mourtada Dem, Sidy Giroux, Mamadou Thiam,
Shamsi Soltani

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Low-income Fathers’ Use of Decontextualized Language with
Toddlers Predicts Children’s Later Vocabulary and Verbal
Reasoning
Kathryn Anne Leech, Emily Cheung, Meredith L. Rowe,
Natasha Cabrera

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Parent Stress as a Mediator of the SES Language Gap
Samantha Ann Melvin, Jessica Calihan, Natalie Hiromi Brito,
Kimberly G Noble

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The Longitudinal Efficacy of a Chinese Reading Intervention
on Vocabulary Development of Uyghur Children: A
Randomized Trial
Si Chen

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The Impact of Consolidation on Children’s Working Memory
Performance
Donna M Bayliss, Chris Jarrold

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The Role of Attention in Preschoolers’ Working Memory
Valérie Camos, Raphaëlle Bertrand

(Event 1-141) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-141. Good Enough? Translating Knowledge in
Developmental Intervention Research with Children and
Adolescents Into Real-World Settings
Moderator: Tina Malti
Panelists: Andreas Beelmann, Gil G. Noam, Todd D Little

(Event 1-144) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-144. Improving and standardizing infant speech
perception methods: Can and should it be done?
Moderator: Melanie Soderstrom
Panelists: Richard N Aslin, Ruth J Tincoff, Michael C. Frank,
Sho Tsuji

(Event 1-142) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-142. Child and Adolescent School Social Experiences and
Executive Function Development: Results from The
Netherlands, China, and USA
Chair: Pol van Lier
Discussant: Karine Verschueren
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Kindergarten and Early Elementary School Children’s Social
Relations with Teachers and Peers and Working Memory
Development
Amber de Wilde, Hans M Koot, Pol van Lier

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Links between Executive Function and Peer Stressors from
Early Childhood through Mid-Adolescence
Christopher Holmes, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby DeaterDeckard

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(Event 1-145) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-145. The psychosocial needs and treatment of Latino
youth with community-based participatory action research
and qualitative data
Chair: Maryse H Richards
Discussant: Kathryn Bocanegra

Peer Adversities, Academic Pressure, and Executive Functions
During Adolescence: Findings from a Study on a Chinese
Sample
Linqin Ji, Liang Zhang, Xing Wei, Wenxin Zhang

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Mi Villita: Enlace Focus Group Project
Arie Zakaryan, Edna Yvonne Romero, Kyle Deane, Michaela
Mozley, Darrick Scott, Catherine DeCarlo Santiago, Kathryn
Bocanegra, David Treering, Maryse H Richards

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Latino Parent Perspectives from Participating in a School-Based
Program Developed through Community Partnership
Anne K. Fuller, Jaclyn M. Lennon, Ana Maria Ros, Christina A.
Weingarten, Donna M. Flores, Catherine DeCarlo Santiago

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Culturally Tailored Depression/Suicide Prevention in Latino
Youth: Community Perspectives
Rebecca Ford-Paz, Christine Reinhard, Andrea Kuebbeller

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(Event 1-146) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-146. Momentary positive emotions and experiences in
adolescence: Relations with depressive symptoms, anxiety,
and resilience
Chair: Eeske van Roekel
Discussant: Bonnie L. Barber
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The Social Context of Positive Affect in Clinically Anxious
Youth
Judith K Morgan, Grace E. Lee, Danielle Gilchrist, Erika E
Forbes, Dana McMakin, Ronald E Dahl, Cecile D Ladouceur,
Greg J. Siegle, Neal D. Ryan, Jennifer S. Silk

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Loss of Pleasure in Daily Life: Examining Relations Between
Depressive Symptoms and Positive Experiences in Adolescents
Eeske van Roekel, Elise Bennik, Jojanneke Bastiaansen, Maaike
Verhagen, Rutger Engels, Hans Ormel, Albertine Oldehinkel

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Bullying, Sexual, and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early
to Late Adolescence
Dorothy Lynn Espelage, Sabina M Low, Carolyn Anderson,
Lisa De La Rue

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Predictors of Teen Dating Violence Involvement among
Adolescent Children of Alcoholics
Jennifer Livingston, Jared Lessard, Rina Das Eiden, James
Henrie, Kenneth E. Leonard

(Event 1-149) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-149. Taking Pre-K to Scale: New Measures and Models
for Estimating Impact
Chair: Bridget K. Hamre

A Hassle for Some: Does Resilience Protect Against Decreases
in Adolescents’ Happiness on Days with Hassles?
Bep Uink, Kathryn L. Modecki, Bonnie L. Barber

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Exploring the presence of unique domains of teacher-child
interactions within a state’s prekindergarten system
Bridget E Hatfield, Staci W Ebadirad, Bridget K. Hamre,
Robert C Pianta, Bentley Ponder

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Length of Time in Early Childhood Care and Education in a
Large Diverse Sample of Children At Risk for Poor School
Outcome
Alan B Cobo-Lewis, Rachel Chazan Cohen, Donna M Bryant,
Noreen Yazejian, Diane M. Horm, Mary Sweet-Darter, Dale
Walker, Nancy File, Miriam Kathleen Hirschstein, Todd
Jackson, Anthony Raden, Susan Spieker, Amanda Stein

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Preschool Attendance and Child Development: Findings from
the East Asia-Pacific Early Child Development Scales
Nirmala Rao, Jin Sun, Marie Ng, Yvonne Becher, Diana Lee,
Patrick Ip, John Bacon-Shone

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The Effects of Florida’s Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program
on Children’s Early Elementary School Outcomes
Daphna Bassok, Luke C. Miller

(Event 1-147) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-147. The Developmental Impacts of Pre-Kindergarten
Programs for Children with Special Needs
Chair: Deborah A Phillips
Discussant: Paul L. Morgan
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Publicly-funded Center-Based Early Care and Education and
the School Readiness of Special Needs Children
Anna D Johnson, Deborah A Phillips

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Impacts of Inclusive Preschool on Young Children With Special
Needs
Christina J Weiland

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Impacts of the Tulsa Pre-K Program on the Social Development
of Children With Special Needs
Mary Elizabeth Meloy, Anna D Johnson, Deborah A Phillips

(Event 1-150) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-150. Early child socio-emotional functioning in
disadvantaged environments: The role of context as a
protective factor
Chair: Justin Heinze

(Event 1-148) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-148. Developmental Pathways to Involvement in Teen
Dating Violence: A Consideration of Gender Differences
Chair: Jennifer Livingston
Discussant: Jeff R. Temple
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Longitudinal Pathways Linking Exposure to Family Violence
with Adolescent Dating Violence
Sylvie Mrug, Anjana Madan, Michael Windle

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The Relevance of Context-Inappropriate Anger for Negative
Social Experiences in Preschool
Robin L Locke Arkerson, Alison Leslie Miller, Ronald Seifer,
Justin Heinze

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Longitudinal Relations among Mother-Child Emotion Talk and
Children’s Understanding of Regulatory Strategies for Anger
and Sadness
Laura Marie Armstrong, Pamela M Cole, Caroline K.
Pemberton Roben
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Cortisol Response to Challenge and Observed Classroom
Behavior in Head Start Children: Moderation by Teacher
Relationship Quality
Alison Leslie Miller, Justin Heinze, Ronald Seifer, Robin L
Locke Arkerson

(Event 1-153) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-153. Developmental and Peer influences on Children’s
Internalizing Problems
Chair: Rona Carter

Social Emotional and Language Development Trajectories of
Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children: Profiles and
Predictors
Eileen Twohy, Sandra Barrueco, Ben Benjamin Hinnant

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(Event 1-151) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

Differences in Internalizing among Children with Distinct Peer
Victimization Trajectories across 4th and 5th Grade
Julia Gram Humphrey, Becky Kochenderfer Ladd, Armando A.
Pina

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1-151. Online Measures of Word Comprehension Inform
Studies of Language Development
Chair: Jill Lany
Discussant: Bob McMurray

Age Moderates Social Skills, Peer Interactions, and Anxiety
Symptoms in Youth with Social versus other Anxiety Disorders
Luci Motoca, Yasmin Rey, Carla Eugenia Marin, Wendy K.
Silverman

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Peer Exclusion and Girls’ internalizing Problems: The Role of
Pubertal Development
Rona Carter, Amira Halawah

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Non-Linearities in Word Comprehension Trajectories
Elika Bergelson, Daniel Swingley

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Does Speech-Processing Efficiency Relate to Language
Learning Ability?
Jill Lany

An Examination of Effects of Childhood Anxiety Treatment on
Social Skills and Peer Interactions
Carla Eugenia Marin, Yasmin Rey, Luci Motoca, Jeremy Pettit,
Wendy K. Silverman

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Real-time Lexical Processing in Infancy is Associated with
Individual Categorical Knowledge
Arielle Borovsky, Erica Ellis, Julia Evans, Jeff Elman

Thursday, 3:50pm-5:05pm
(Event 1-154) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 3:50pm-5:05pm

(Event 1-152) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm

1-154. Poster Session 4

1-152. Examining the role of Paternal Influences on
Offspring Psychopathology
Chair: Gordon T Harold
Discussant: Michael E Lamb
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Attention, Learning, Memory

Examining Family Relationship Influences on Children’s
Psychopathology Using Novel Genetically-sensitive Research
Designs
Gordon T Harold, Leslie Leve, Jenae M Neiderhiser, Daniel S.
Shaw, Misaki Natsuaki, David Reiss
Environmental Moderators of Fathers’ Genetic Risk on
Coercive Parenting, Substance Use, and Child Behavior
Problems
David DeGarmo, Leslie Leve, Jenae M Neiderhiser, Deb Grove
The role of Fathers in Promoting Resilience in Offspring of
Depressed Mothers.
Liam Mahedy, Gordon T Harold, Anita Thapar, FRANCES
GARDNER, Barbara Maughan, Ricardo Araya, Stephan
Collishaw

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2

Focusing and Shifting Attention in Human Children and
Chimpanzees
Esther Herrmann, Michael Tomasello

3

The Role of Property-Property Mappings on Cognitive
Flexibility
Daniel Plebanek, Sammy Perone, Larissa K Samuelson

4

The Development of Sustained Attention Across Contexts: The
Role of Mothers
Maureen McQuillan, John E Bates

5

An offer you can’t forget: Encoding of featural information of
given but not taken objects in 12-month-old human infants
Denis Tatone, Mikolaj Hernik, Gergely Csibra

6

Visual Working Memory Load Slows Saccade Latency in 6and 10-month-old Infants
Shannon M Ross-Sheehy, Bret Eschman

7

Linking Executive Function and Fine Motor Skills in Middle
Childhood: Implications for Academic Achievement
Stephanie Leah Haft, Jenna Elizabeth Finch, Jelena Obradovic

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8

Auditory Deprivation Doesn't Impair Executive Function, but
Language Deprivation Might: Evidence from a Parent-Report
Measure
Matt Hall, Inge-Marie Eigsti, Heather Bortfeld, Diane C. LilloMartin

21

Predicting Alcohol Use Trajectories from Adolescence to
Young Adulthood: Gene-Gene Interaction and GeneEnvironment Interaction
Jinni Su, Andrew Supple

9

A cross-lagged analysis of longitudinal associations between
executive functions and intelligence among preschoolers from
Kosovo
Fitim Uka, Antje von Suchodoletz, Ross A Larsen

22

Social Support Buffers Association of Depression with
Inflammation and Cortisol during Adolescence
Shu-Sha Angie Guan, Julienne E. Bower, David M. Almeida,
Steven W. Cole, Ronald E Dahl, Michael R. Irwin, Teresa E
Seeman, Andrew J Fuligni

10

The Immediate Effect of Mindfulness Tasks on Young
Children’s Executive Function
Katherine Boguszewski, Angeline Lillard

23

Cumulative Risk and Salivary Alpha Amylase: sex Differences
Among Urban Adolescents
Wendy Kliewer, Jo Lynne Robins

11

”The Elephant is inside!” Presenting a New Method for
inducing Spontaneous (Unprompted) Memories in the Lab in
Young Children
Peter Krøjgaard, Osman S. Kingo, Jonna Jelsbak Dahl,
Berntsen Dorthe

24

Infant salivary and maternal breast milk sIgA across the first 6
months post-partum
Leah Corinne Hibel, Hillary Schiltz

12

Can Adolescents Recall Verbally an Event They had
Experienced in Preschool?
Revital Tamari, Ora Aviezer

25

13

Individuation cues enhance visual-short-term memory at 6
months of age
Mirjam H Harrison, Heidi Baumgartner, Steven J Luck, Lisa M
Oakes

The Developing Math Brain: Social Division for Children.
Alexa Ellis, Melanie Armstrong, Rafael Rivera Quiñones, Ka Ip,
Lucy Shih-Ju Hsu, Craig E. Smith, Ioulia Kovelman, Pamela
Davis-Kean

26

One-to-one correspondence and the cardinal principle
Mathieu Le Corre

27

14

Pupil Size and Recognition Memory in Infants and Adults
Kahl Hellmer, Gustaf Gredebäck, Hedvig Söderlund

Numerical abilities in 2- to 4-year-old children: Further
evidence.
Shuzna Majdhee, Claudia Uller

15

An Eye-Tracking Study of Infants’ Accumulation of Visual
Memories in Scenes
Sylvia Guillory, Zsuzsa Kaldy

28

Isolating angle in infants’ detection of shape
Moira R. Dillon, veronique izard, Elizabeth Spelke

29

When do Infants Succeed at Individuating Objects from the
Same Taxonomic Category?
Maayan Stavans, Renee Baillargeon

Cognitive Processes

Biological Processes
16

Using Functional Regions of Interest to Study the Development
of Cortical Specialization with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Lindsey J Powell, Li Guo, Benjamin Deen, Rebecca Saxe

30

17

Inferior Frontal Gyrus and the Big 5 Personality Traits
Sarah Vadnais, Alana Curewitz, Samuel Larson, Sarah
Mailander Dyer, Sylvia Elaine Lee, Jordan Constance,
Jacqueline Klaver, LaCinda Trusty, Michelle Kibby

Conceptual Information Does Not Induce Category-Based
Induction in Children
Vladimir Sloutsky, Wei (Sophia) Deng, Heidi Kloos, Anna V
Fisher

31

18

Using fNIRS and preferential looking to examine the early
development of visual working memory
Lourdes Marielle Delgado Reyes, John P Spencer

Comprehension of verbal negation in 2-year-olds
Roman Feiman, Shilpa Mody, Sophia Sanborn, Susan E Carey,
Jesse C Snedeker

32

Development as Reduction of Cognitive Entropy
Nicole Marie Scott, Maria D Sera, Apostolos P Georgopoulos

19

SLC6A4 methylation is associated with social stress reactivity
in 3-month-old very preterm infants
Livio Provenzi, erica casini, Monica Fumagalli, Roberto
Giorda, Uberto Pozzoli, Francesco Morandi, Ida Sirgiovanni,
Silvana Beri, Giorgia Menozzi, Fabio Mosca, Renato Borgatti,
Rosario Montirosso

33

Mothers’ Perceptions of Preschool and School-Aged Children’s
Play Characteristics - are There age and Gender Differences?
Eleanor Schneider, Sara Rosenblum

34

Using Guided Pretense and Constructional Play to Support
Children’s Narrative and Writing Skills in Primary Schools.
Marisol Basilio, David Whitebread

False Positives in GxE Research? A Replication Attempt of
Brody, et al. (2009)
Gabriel L Schlomer, H Harrington Cleveland, David John
Vandenbergh, Mark Ethan Feinberg, Mark T Greenberg,
Richard Spoth, Cleve Redmond

35

Preschoolers do not Transfer Novel Casual Rules from Pretense
to Reality
Jennifer Van Reet, Lauren A. Elia, Ana G. Leon, Kelly E.
Murner

36

Less Real = More Acceptable: Children’s Moral Reasoning in
Pretense
Anne Fast, Jennifer Van Reet

20

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37

Effect of Math Anxiety on Prospective Memory: Evidence
from Elementary-School Children and College Students
Yan Mu, Zijing He, Yawei Zhao, Kunyang Zhao

52

Parsing heterogeneity in sex differences in school-age children
with autism spectrum disorder
Jennifer Moriuchi, Ami Klin, Warren Jones

38

A latent transition analysis of changes in patterns of Single
Digit Addition strategies over time
Kelly Marie Trezise, Robert A Reeve

53

39

How Do Preschoolers Explore Math During Play?
Erica Leigh Zippert, Sarah H. Eason, Sharise Marshall, Geetha
B. Ramani

Impact of a multidimensional program to support academic
skills of ADHD children in the family environment .
Sylvie Normandeau, Lily Hechtman, Jessica Vaillancourt, Julie
Girard-Lapointe, Julie Allard

54

40

Scaling up Spatial Development: A Closer Look at Children’s
Scaling Ability and Number Knowledge
Jamie J. Jirout, Corinne Holmes, Nora S Newcombe, Kizzann
Ashana Ramsook

Impulsive decision making in children with ADHD using a
stochastic diffusion model
Lena Loeffler, Wolfgang A. Rauch, Andrea Geiselhart, Eva
Vonderlin, Andreas Voss

55

Neural Processing of Emotion Faces in Young Children with
ADHD
Chaia Flegenheimer, Claudia Isabel Lugo-Candelas, Jennifer
Cuddy, Elizabeth Harvey, Jennifer Martin McDermott

56

Social-Communicative Functioning in Optimal Outcome
Children and Adolescents with an Autism History
Alyssa Orinstein, Joyce Suh, Kaitlyn Porter, Kaitlin De Yoe,
Katherine Tyson, Eva Troyb, Marianne Barton, Inge-Marie
Eigsti, Michael C Stevens, Deborah A. Fein

57

An Empirical Review of Peer-Mediated Instruction and
Intervention: Implications for Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders
Alison Zagona, Ann M Mastergeorge

58

When geometry matters: a statistical physic perspective to study
visual attention in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Alessio Liberati, Roberta Fadda, Tricia Striano, Giuseppe
Doneddu, Sara Congiu, Marco Alberto Javarone, Alessandro
Chessa

41

Representation of Chinese Numerical and Non-numerical Order
in Children: Logarithmic or Linear?
Xianyou He, Jing Wang, Connie M. Tang, Siqi Fu

42

Scientific Thinking in Elementary School: A Structural
Equation Model of Distinct Components and their Influencing
Factors
Christopher Osterhaus, Susanne Koerber, Beate Sodian

43

9-Month-Olds, But Not 7-Month-Olds, Show Sensitivity to
Principles of Newtonian Physics in Causal Launching Events
Annie E Wertz, Jonathan F Kominsky, Brent Strickland, Frank
C Keil, Karen Wynn

44

Children and Adults Use the Complexity and Size of a
Machine’s “Insides” as Indications of Its Functional Capability
Richard Evan Ahl, Elaine Bucknam, Frank C Keil

45

Toddlers prefer to imitate intentional actions to equally causally
effective accidental actions
Elena Luchkina, Jessica A Sommerville, David M Sobel

59

Analysis of Covariation Data in Children and Adults –
Symmetry of Variables Effects
Andrea Saffran, Petra Barchfeld, Beate Sodian, Martha Wagner
Alibali

Face processing differs between ASD and typical development
early in infancy
Amy Hirshkowitz, Vivian Lee, Jennifer Walsh, M.D. Rutherford

61

Early Listening Comprehension in Children with Language
Impairment: Cognitive and Linguistic Factors
Kathleen F. Peets, Trelani Faith Milburn, Nicola Dove

46

47

Infants’ Learning of Causal Shape Sequences in a Predictive
Gaze Shift Paradigm
Jeffrey K Bye, Bryan Nguyen, Hongjing Lu, Scott P Johnson

48

Culture, Socialization and Children’s Executive Function
Shuang Shang, Carley Mirvis, Kellie Nissen, Marissa
Schneider, Amanda R Tarullo, Stacey N Doan

49

Examining the Influence of Adult Rule Inconsistency on
Cognitive Flexibility in Early Childhood
Ashley Drew, Peter J Marshall

Developmental Psychopathology

Developmental Disabilities
50

Behavior-Regulation Strategies and Externalizing Problems in
Children with ASD and Their TD Peers
Ellen Faith Geib, Heather Nicole Davis, Hayley Dauterman,
Beverly Jo Wilson, Olivia Dorn

51

Profiles of Development, Adaptive Skills, and Diagnostic
Symptoms in Late Preterm, Early Term, and Full Term
Toddlers with Autism
Cheryl Klaiman, Celine Saulnier, Miriam Lense

69

62

Parental Supportiveness as a Predictor of Parental Concordance
on Toddler’s Aggressive Behaviors
Katrina Ashley Markowicz, Erika London Bocknek, Hasti
Ashtiani Raveau, Lorraine M McKelvey, Rachel F Schiffman

63

Late Electrocortical Activity From a Go/No-go Task Related to
ADHD Symptoms in Late Preschool Aged Children
Elia F Soto, John Philip Garza, Jennifer Mize Nelson, Lauren S
Wakschlag, Kimberly Andrews Espy

64

A Comparison of Children and Adolescents with ASD, ADHD
and Comorbid Diagnosis on the Behavioral Assessment System
for Children
Brenda J Salley, Catherine Mancina-Smith

65

Development of the NoGo N2 Component in Relation to
Externalizing Problems in Toddlers
Caroline P. Hoyniak, Isaac T. Petersen, John E Bates, Angela
D Staples, Dennis L Molfese

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66

Marital Quality and Parent-Adolescent Relationship Quality
Mediate Links between Parental and Adolescent
Psychopathology
Katie Kao, Stacey N Doan, Amanda R Tarullo

67

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Positive Affectivity and Impulsivity: Pathways from
Externalizing Symptoms to Internalizing Symptoms
Kaitlin Harding, Joshua Ahles, Amy Mezulis

A Neurobehavioral Study of the Interaction between Risk
Sensitivity and Cognitive Control Predicting Adolescent Risk
Taking
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Pearl Chiu, Kirby Deater-Deckard,
Julee P Farley, Nina Lauharatanahirun, Warren Bickel, Brooks
King-Casas

81

The Impact of Stress, Trauma, and Adversity Among Low
Income Children With and Without Histories of Child
Maltreatment
Abigail Laufer, Fred A Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

Distinct trajectories of early onset drug use during adolescence
and their impact on substance use disorders in emerging
adulthood
Atika Khurana, Daniel Romer

Education, Schooling

69

Behavioral impairment and treatment response of preschoolers
with behavior problems exhibiting callous-unemotional traits
Alexis Garcia, Paola Mondino, Cassandra Corley, Paulo A
Graziano, Katie Hart

82

Relations of Temperamental Approach Reactivity and Effortful
Control to Academic Competence in Early Elementary School
Sarah VanSchyndel, Nancy Eisenberg, Tracy L Spinrad, Carlos
Valiente

70

Longitudinal Trajectories of the Mental Health and Health
Service Use of Children with Early Externalizing Problems
Yuko Okado, Karen L Bierman

83

Belonging and the classroom: understanding the relationship
between the class environment and learning
Julia Catherine Singleton, Kali Trzesniewski, Joyce Ehrlinger

71

Do extremely violent juveniles respond different to treatment
than not extremely violent juveniles?
Jessica Asscher, Maja Dekovic, Alithe L Van den Akker, Pier
J.M. Prins, Peter Van der Laan, Willeke A Manders

84

Social Emotional Characteristics of US Kindergartners and
Mathematics Performance
Shannon Russell

72

Attention Bias to Masked Faces in BI and non-BI Children: An
fMRI study
Eran Auday, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Koraly Elisa
Perez-Edgar

85

School building condition, student attendance, and social
climate: A mediation model
Lorraine E. Maxwell

86

School-Based Racial Discrimination: African American and
Caribbean American Adolescent Boys' and Girls' School
Bonding
Sheretta Tekise Butler-Barnes, Stephanie H. Cook, Nikeea
Copeland-Linder, Pamela P Martin, Cleopatra Howard
Caldwell

87

Academic Self-Concept and Achievement in High School and
Risky Sexual Behavior in College-Aged Females Over Time
Audrey Wittrup, Jacquelynne S Eccles, Meeta Banerjee

88

Harsh Parenting and Parental School Involvement Predicting
Differences Between Parent and Teacher Observations of
Problem Behavior
Sam Portnow, Saida Hussain, Melvin N Wilson, Daniel S.
Shaw, Thomas J Dishion, FRANCES GARDNER

89

Parent Emotion Socialization, Gender and Socio-Emotional
Competence as Determinants of Teacher-Child Closeness
Sarah Bardack, Jelena Obradovic

90

Using Qualitative Methods to Develop a Survey of Math and
Science Engagement
Jennifer Fredricks, Mingte Wang, Jacqueline Schall Linn, Tara
Hofkens, Hannah Sung

91

Gaming for Good: Using Educational Games in a Youth-Driven
Problem-Solving Curriculum
Lacey Hilliard, Mary H. Buckingham, Rachel Masha
Hershberg, Caroline Stack, Patricia Gansert, Erin Gelgoot

92

Contextual differences in organized activity and problem
behavior: A latent growth approach
Ben Oosterhoff, Kaitlyn A Ferris, Aaron Metzger

73

Associations between maternal and paternal parenting behavior
and anxiety in early childhood: A meta-analysis
Eline Möller, Milica Nikolić, Mirjana Majdandzic, Wieke de
Vente, Susan M. Bögels

74

Children with Generalized Anxiety Disorder Experience Higher
Levels of Physiological Arousal during Sleep Onset than
Controls
Cara Alexis Palmer, Candice A Alfano

75

Psychological Strengths, Emotion Regulation, and Depressive
Symptoms among Adolescent Boys and Girls
Krysta Mc Donald, Priyanjali Mithal, Jennine S Rawana

76

Impulsivity During Emotional Distraction in Adolescents With
Substance Use Disorders and Co-morbid Depression or ADHD
Julia E. Cohen-Gilbert, Ariel B Sternberg, Ginette Sims, John
Rodolico, Cynthia Kaplan, Ranna I Parekh, Kathryn Dingman
Boger, Chad M McWhinnie, Marisa M. Silveri

77

How Do Care Types and Individual Differences Contribute to
Emotion Understanding of Children Under the Care of Social
Services?
Duygu Taşfiliz, Sibel Kazak KazakBerument

78

Attachment Problems of Young Children in Care: Comparing
Institutions, Group Homes, Care Villages and Foster Care
Şükran Okur, Bahar Bahtiyar, Gülsün Ünal, Merve Gölcük,
Sibel Kazak KazakBerument

79

Improved executive functioning in children exposed to early
adversity: Results of a randomized control trial
Teresa Lind, Mary Dozier

70

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93

CONNECT Mentorship Program: Promoting College Efficacy
and Life Skills
Gary L Creasey, Robert Lee, Martin Gallegos, Daisy Bueno

94

A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Large Scale Systematic
and Explicit Language and Literacy Intervention in Danish
Daycares
Dorthe Bleses, Anders Højen, Laura M. Justice, Philip S Dale,
Line Dybdal, Shayne B. Piasta, Justin Markussen-Brown, Marit
Clausen, E. F. Haghish, Burcak Aktürk Ari, Mette Kjær
Andersen, Werner Vach

95

107 Fighting, Bonding, and Childhood Clutter: The Impact of
Children on Shared Family Space in the American Family
Room Project
Kathy L Ritchie
108 Understanding Low Engagement of Ethnic Minority and Low
SES Groups in Parenting Programmes: Lay Beliefs and Access
Barriers
Krista van Mourik, Mathilde R. Crone, Ria Reis
109 Etiology of Intrusive Parenting: The Role of Childhood
Exposure to Domestic Violence and Narcissism
Cleo Mae Burce, Tamar Y. Khafi, Tuppett M. Yates

Kindergarten teachers in the new first grade: Factors
influencing adaptation and agency in the face of large-scale
reform
Jennifer O Briggs, Jennifer Lin Russell, Shannon B. Wanless

96

Reducing Youth Risk Behaviors Through Interactive Theatre
Ryan J Watson, Daniel McDonald, Ruth Carter

97

Elaborative Reminiscing in the Context of a Home Visit
Program
Karen Thierry, Monica Arellano, Veronica Angyal, Heather
Bryant

98

Parent Engagement in Latino Head Start Families: Precursors
and Changes over Time
Adina Schick, Gigliana Melzi, Christine M McWayne

99

A Behavioral Genetic Approach to Understanding the
Connection Between Reading Motivation and Reading
Outcomes in Early Adolescence
Victoria Schenker, Zhe Wang, Sarah L Lukowski, Brooke
Soden, Stephen Anthony Petrill

110 Analyzing Brief Father-Child Narratives to Understand How
Abusive and Non-Abusive Men Perceive their Children
Randal David, Katreena Scott
111 Intimate Partner Violence and Child Internalizing and
Externalizing Behaviors in Low-Income African American
Families
Rachel Chase, Jessica Lynn Riggs, Mayra Rivas, Cassandra
Esposito, Sara E. Johns, Heather C. Janisse
112 The Multiplicative Interplay Between Domains of Child
Responses to Interparental Conflict in Predicting Psychological
Adjustment
Jesse L Coe, Patrick Davies, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Michael T
Ripple
113 History of Substance Use Disorder and Family Functioning
During Pregnancy are Related to Observed Parental Sensitive
Parenting
Nicole Lucassen, Mijke P. Lambregtse-Van den Berg, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn, Henning
Tiemeier

100 Predictors of Parent Participation in a Home-Based Early
Literacy Intervention
JoAnn M Farver, Jacqueline Lee Tilley

115 Housing Instability Moderates the Impact of Maternal
Depression on Early Internalizing Symptoms
Lisa Schlueter McFadyen-Ketchum, Marina M Mendoza, Sarah
E Watamura

101 Don’t sweat the failures: Differences in galvanic skin
conductance help explain the relation between praise and
motivation
Angela G Junglen, Bradley J Morris, Shannon R Zentall

116 The Relationship between Mothers' Exposure to Violence and
Children's Externalizing Behavior Problems
Ashley Munger, Sandra L Hofferth

102 Six-month longitudinal study of the relationship between secure
attachment and autonomous academic motivation.
Tatsuya Murakami, Takuma Nishimura, Shigeo Sakurai

117 Impact of Malnutrition and Maltreatment on Physical and
Mental Development of Young Indian Children
Prahbhjot Malhi, Bhavneet Bharti, Manjit Sidhu

103 Preschoolers’ Private Speech and Mastery Motivation in Play
vs. Pre-academic Settings
Jeremy Sawyer

118 Mothers’ and Fathers’ Romantic Attachment: Associations with
Various Aspects of Their Marital Quality
Maria S Wong, Sarah C Mangelsdorf, Aya Shigeto, Jonathan D
Perez, Danielle Hand

104 Parental Relationship Security Predicts Socioemotional Change
During the College Transition for Underrepresented Students
Joseph Tan, Noelle Hurd, Lidia Monjaras

119 Children’s Perceptions of Simulated Interparental Conflict
Behavior
Kelsey Hudson, Alice C Schermerhorn

Family Context & Processes
105 Associations between Familial Attitudes of Autonomy and
Relatedness on Decision-Making
Steve Phan Tran, Marcela Raffaelli

120 Contextual Risk Variables as Predictors of Stability in Observed
Maternal Parenting Behavior at 1- and 2-years Postpartum
Jessica Lynn Riggs, Alissa Christine Huth-Bocks, Jerrica
Pitzen, Emily Gutman

106 Does It Work? Analysis of Working Mother’s Perceived
Parenting related Variables from Data of Panel Study of Korean
Children
Yea-Ji Hong, SOONHYUNG YI, Kang Yi Lee, Hye Jun Park,
Suhyun Lee, Hye Rhim Cho

121 Negative Life Events and Associations with Marital Quality
Across the First Two Years of Parenthood
Jonathan Michael Reader, Douglas M Teti

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136 Neurophysiological Correlates of Selective Word Learning in 6year-olds
Haykaz Mangardich, Mark Alan Sabbagh

Health, Growth, Injury
122 Problem Solving and Psychosocial Outcomes in Youth with
Spinal Cord Injury
Heather Russell, Erin Kelly, Elise Turner, MJ Mulcahey,
Randal Betz, Lawrence C Vogel

137 Do Preschool Teachers’ Inferential Questions Relate to LowIncome Children’s Future Reading Comprehension?
Sevda Binici, Laura M. Justice, Ian A. G. Wilkinson

123 How Do Drinking Motives Develop? The Contributions of
Early First Alcohol Use, Adolescent Alcohol Problems, and
Getting Drunk
Chelsie Denise Temmen, Lisa J Crockett

138 Why do you think she’s sad? Examining the impact of mothers’
talk on infants’ emotion vocabulary and conceptual
development
Ashley Ruba, Vrinda Kalia, Kristin M Johnson, Ryan M
Johnson, Lasana Harris, Makeba Parramore Wilbourn

124 Testing the Full Dual Systems Model: The Joint Contribution of
Cognitive Control and Sensation Seeking on Sexual Initiation
Alexander Michael Wasserman, Lisa J Crockett

139 Oral Language Comprehension and Reading Precursors are
Predicting Reading Comprehension and Motivation: From
Preschool to Grade 3.
Janne Sakari Lepola, Julie Stone Lynch, Noona Kiuru, Pekka
Niemi

125 Daily Mood and Sleep: Reciprocal Relations and Links with
Children’s Mental Health
Chrystyna D Kouros, Mona M El-Sheikh
126 Children's Sleep: Associations with Maternal Sleep-Related
Cognitions, Bedtime Interactions and Maternal and Child
Anxiety
Kerry-Ann Grant, Amy Coggins

140 The Role of Background Knowledge in Children's Word
Learning in Shared Book Reading: And Eye Movement Study
Tanya Kaefer
141 Vocabulary teaching styles during joint-reading with
preschoolers
Sofia Jimenez, Lindsey Rowe, Megan M Saylor

127 Predictors and Outcomes of Daily Sleeping Duration among
Adolescent Girls from Disadvantaged Families
Michael M Criss, Amy Smith, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield
Morris, Zachary Giano, Sally Eagleton

Language, Communication

142 Speech Perception and Language Development in Children
From 3 to 11 Years old: the Role of Prosody
Carline Bernard, Judit Gervain

128 The Impact of Speaker Credibility on Monolingual and
Bilingual Children’s Word Learning
Milijana Buac, Aurélie Tauzin-Larché, Emily Weisberg,
Margarita Kaushanskaya

143 Infants’ use of allophonic cues and distributional cues to
syllabify words
Erica Jiye Yoon, Heather Goad, Jennifer McManus, Elisa
Bucurel, Kristine Onishi

129 The Relation between Language and Socio-Emotional Skills in
Dual-Language Latino Preschoolers
Lauren Scarola, Elisheva Schick, Laura Schneebaum, Adina
Schick, Gigliana Melzi

144 3-year-old’s Referring Expressions Balance Familiarity with
Informativity
Colin J. Bannard, Marla Rosner, Danielle Matthews
145 Infant Directed Speech and Direct Eye Contact Share Common
Neural Basis in 5-Month-Old Infants
Eugenio Parise, Gergely Csibra

130 The Cognitive Benefits of Early Bilingualism: A Longitudinal
Study
Cristina Crivello, Olivia Kuzyk, Monyka Rodrigues, Pascal Eric
Zesiger, Margaret J Friend, Diane Poulin-Dubois

146 Prosody influences children's judgments of appropriate
communication styles
Anisha Varghese, Elizabeth Nilsen

131 Narrative Development of Spanish-English Bilingual Children
and the Role of the Home Literacy Environment
Dana Bitetti, Carol Scheffner Hammer

Methods, History, Theory
147 Fear Regulation and Anxiety-related Problems of Chinese
Children during Middle Childhood: A Person-centered Analysis
Jia Yan, Peipei Li, Zhuo Rachel Han

132 Introducing Referents in Narrative in English and Cantonese:
Bilingual and Monolingual Preschoolers
Stefano Rezzonico, Trelani Faith Milburn, Elaine Weitzman,
Janice Greenberg, Janette Patricia Pelletier, Luigi Girolametto

148 Assessing Global Self-Esteem across the Life span: Introducing
the Life Span Self-Esteem Scale
Michelle A. Harris, Kali Trzesniewski, M. Brent Donnellan

133 Preschool Oral Language Predictors of School-Age Reading
Comprehension for Children who are Learning Spanish and
English
Dana Bitetti, Carol Scheffner Hammer, Lisa Maria Lopez

149 Factor Structure and Stability of Temperament in Mexican
American Infants.
Keith A Crnic, Betty Lin, Ida Anna Christina Johansdotter
Rystad, Lindsay Holly, Nancy A Gonzales, Linda J. Luecken

134 Shyness affects word learning: evidence from eye-tracking
Matt Hilton, Gert Westermann
135 Integrating visual object processing and word learning: A
computational model of cross-situational word learning.
Larissa K Samuelson, John P Spencer

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163 Attachment Security and Self-Concept in Middle Childhood
Kazuko Y. Behrens, David Franklin

Moral Development
150 Mothers and Adolescents Discussions of Volunteering: Moral
and Self Justification for Engagement
Mary B Eberly Lewis, Kayla Fike, Dominique McClain, Tiffany
Davis, Susanna Taylor, Deborah J. Laible, Gustavo Carlo

164 Stories We Tell Ourselves: Implicit Motives and the Internal
Working Model
Paige Safyer, Brenda L Volling, Oliver C. Schultheiss, Richard
M. Tolman

151 21st Century Challenges for Emerging Adults: The Case for
Water Conservation
Daniel Harmon, Mary Gauvain

165 Assessing the assets: A strengths-based approach to examining
parent-child relationship quality
Sandra Morrison, Kristen L Bub, Francesca Adler-Baeder

152 Children’s Antisocial and Prosocial Lies Influencing Nonverbal
Facial Cues
Sarah Zanette, Megan Brunet, Kang Lee

166 Japanese adaptation of the Attachment Security Scale in middle
childhood
Tatsuma Nakao, Tatsuya Murakami

153 Children Reveal Selfish Bias When Distributing Amorphous
Resources
Monica Patricia Burns, Felix Warneken

167 Seeking Proximity to a Withdrawing Mother: A Precursor to
Caregiving/Role-Confusion?
Jean-Francois Bureau, Ann Easterbrooks, Karlen Lyons-Ruth

154 Longitudinal Relations among Parenting Styles, Prosocial
Behaviors, and Academic Achievement in Mexican American
Youth
Gustavo Carlo, Rebecca M. B. White, Cara Streit, Katharine
Zeiders, George P Knight

168 An examination of the relationship between parenting and
subtypes of childhood aggression within a longitudinal design
Meaghan Thompson, Julia Sarah Feldman, Angeline Gehle,
Rebecca Waller, Adam Grabell, Sheryl L Olson
169 Predicting Individuals’ Parental Self-Efficacy: Implications for
Family-Centered Practice
Jessica Maksut, Courtney R Lincoln, Alicia J Leland, Beth S
Russell

155 Associations Between Cortical Thickness and Donating
Behavior in Middle Childhood
Andrea Wildeboer, Sandra Thijssen, Marian J BakermansKranenburg, Henning Tiemeier, Tonya White, Marinus H. Van
IJzendoorn

170 Contemporary Chinese parents’ parenting styles and
socialization expectations for preschool-aged children: A mixed
method study
Lixin Ren, Carolyn P Edwards, Liangjing Guo

156 Religiousness and Substance Use: The roles of afterlife belief
and self-regulation
Christopher Holmes, Jeanette Walters, Maryetta Reese,
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

171 Quality of father-child interaction, father psychosocial
maladjustment, and child behavior problems in a low income
sample
Janie St-Onge, Mylène Lessard, Karine Dubois-Comtois,
Chantal Cyr, Annie Bernier

157 A Multidimensional Person-Centered Analysis of Change Over
Time in Religiosity and Spirituality Among University Students
Thalia Semplonius, Marie Good, Teena Willoughby

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

172 The Impact of Indulgent Parenting Practices on Adolescents’
Self-Regulation and Autonomy Development
Allison Metz, Julia A Graber, Ming Cui

158 Health of school-aged children in 11+ hours of center-based
child care: from longitudinal study
Tokie Anme, Emiko Tanaka

173 Associations among job satisfaction, paternal depression, and
parenting among low-income fathers of toddlers
Hagan Risner

159 Symptoms of Past Trauma and Relationship to Caretakers as
Key Components of Child Reflective Capacity during
Residential Treatment
Geneviève Michel, Chantal Cyr, Caroline Poulin, Claud
Bisaillon, Karine Dubois-Comtois, Martine Hebert

174 Autonomy/Relatedness and Mother-Child Co-Construction's
Influence on Adolescent Meaning Making
Amanda Jean LeTard, Julie Wargo Aikins

160 Parental Levels of Emotion Regulation and Negative Affect as
Predictors of Child Symptoms Following Sexual Abuse
Felicia Ghrist, Kiren Chaudhry, Nicole Fava, Erin Paige
Mason, Douglas Barnett, Valerie A Simon

175 Talking about Cancer in Families of Latino Young Adults
Rosalie Corona, John N. Quillin, Vivian Rodriguez, Maria
Guyre, Joann M Bodurtha
176 Expectant Mothers’ Memories of Maternal Conditional Regard
and Infant Temperament as Predictors of Post-natal Maternal
Control
Avi Assor, Judy Auerbach, Yaniv Kanat-Maymon, Ohad Ezra,
Moran Cohen-Iluz, Orly Licht - Vainish, Dotan Shapira, Pazit
Gabay-Elegy, Daniela Landau

161 A Dimensional Approach to Infant Attachment: Predictions
from Mothers’ Autonomic and Affective Response in the StillFace Paradigm
Ashley M. Groh, Cathi B Propper, William Roger MillsKoonce, Ginger Moore, Susan D Calkins, Martha J Cox
162 Characteristics of foster placement and the relation between
foster parent sensitivity and foster child attachment security
Audrey St-Pierre, Karine Poitras, Natalia Varela-Pulido,
George M Tarabulsy

177 Perceived Parental Protectiveness Promotes Positive Friend
Influence
Cody Hiatt, Brett Laursen, Rita Zukauskiene, Saulė Raižienė,
Daniel Joseph Dickson

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178 Parental Awareness and Coaching in Association with Child
Negative Emotion Regulation
Kayla D Nichelson, Shari L Kidwell, Glenn T Harris, Brittany
N Weeks, Oriana G Reed

192 Emotional Intelligence: Comparing late adolescents from
Kyrgyzstan and the United States
Diane E Wille, Makhinur Mamatova

179 Family Resiliency: Fostered Through Positive Parent-Child
Conflict Management
Eliann Renee Carr, Lisa Anne Newland

193 A Qualitative Exploration of When Chinese Immigrant and
European-American Mothers Express Warmth
Kathy Thi Tuong Vu, Nan Zhou, Cho Fung Chim, Nickolette
Hanzigiannis, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

180 We're in This Together: Joint Engagement during Parent-Child
Conversations about Conflict
Kristin M Johnson, Amy G Halberstadt, Jessica Griffin, Ebony
Leon, Sara Stegemoller

194 Group and Individual Level Factors that Contribute to the
Perpetuation of Ethnically Homogeneous Peer Groups
Aline Hitti, Shelby Cooley, JEEYOUNG NOH, Laura Elenbaas,
Michael Thomas Rizzo, Melanie A. Killen

181 Variables that Moderate Attunement in HPA-Axis Reactivity in
Mother-Child Dyads
Anne Kalomiris, Elizabeth J Kiel, Robert Gibler

195 The Influence of Perceived Racial Discrimination on
Depressive Symptoms and School Outcomes among Asian
American Adolescents
Tae Yeun Kim, Yoonsun Choi

182 Interparental Relationship Adjustment and Positive Parenting:
Maternal Use of Suppression as Protective Factor
Emily Beshansky, Caroline Bourke, Kaitlyn Fritz, Elizabeth A.
Stevens, Falak N. Ishaque, Meghan Kanya, David J Bridgett

196 Who feels racial discrimination, and from whom?: Ethnicity,
school ethnic composition, and adolescents' experiences of
prejudice
Ariana Bell, Hannah Schacter, Sandra Graham, Jaana Juvonen

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

197 Ethnic affirmation, deviant peer affiliation and prosocial
behavior on Mexican American students’ academic motivation
Ruth Cardenas, Gustavo Carlo, Alexandra Nicole Davis, Lisa J
Crockett, Francisco Palermo

183 Developmental Changes in Motor Cortex Activity of Infants’
Reaching and Stepping Patterns
Ryota Nishiyori, Silvia Bisconti, Beverly D Ulrich
184 Mental rotation ability in 9-month-old infants with and without
clubfoot
Gudrun Schwarzer, Julia Dillmann, Christian-Dominik
Peterlein, Claudia Freitag

School Readiness/Childcare
198 Strengthening caregivers beyond families: experience and
work-related stress in family child care settings
Seong Yeop Yeop Lee, Connie Annmarie Villegas, Holli Ann
Tonyan

185 Perceiving and Acting on Complex Affordances: How Children
and Adults Cross One-way Versus Two-way Traffic
Elizabeth O'Neal, Timofey Grechkin, Lucas J. Franzen, Quinn
Montgomery, Joseph K. Kearney, Jodie Plumert

199 Research-based Preschool Mathematics Curriculum: Effect on
Teachers’ Math Instruction
Tomoko Wakabayashi

186 Relation between motor skills and EEG mu rhythm activity
during observation of tool use in nine-month-old infants
Kathryn Yoo Chon, Erin N Cannon

200 How Families Choose Childcare: Balancing Quality and
Convenience
Ann-Marie Faria, Natalie Tucker-Bradway, Leah Brown,
Kimberly Trumbull Kendziora, Denise Smith

187 The role of visual attention in determining where infants direct
their hand for reaching
Sabrina L. Thurman, Rebecca Wiener, Daniela Corbetta

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

201 Changes in the proportion of children within communities that
reach developmental milestones by kindergarten over time
Cory McPhail, Kimberlyn McGrail, James Frankish

188 Caregiver Culture, Caregiver Behaviours, and Infant
Immunization Pain 1 Minute Post-needle at 12 Months of age
Monica O'Neill, Rebecca Rita Pillai Riddell, David B. Flora,
Hartley Garfield, Saul Greenberg

202 Social Inequalities in Child Care Quality and Their Effects on
Children’s Development at School Entry
Angela Gialamas, Murthy N Mittinty, Michael G Sawyer,
Stephen R Zubrick, John Lynch

189 Chinese immigrant and European American preschooler’s
views about the point of school: Longitudinal change from age
4 to 6
Jin Li, Yoko Yamamoto

203 Predicting Earnings of Early Childhood Educators: The Impact
of Education, Primary Language, and Employment
Characteristics
Melissa Clements, Phyllis Kalifeh, Saralyn Grass

190 Current Trends and Predictors of Therapy Underutilization
Among Asian American College Students
Eve Rosenheck, Mengqiao Bai, Justin Heinze, Daniel Eisenberg

204 Children’s Oral Vocabulary Size Predicts their Academic and
Behavioral Readiness for Kindergarten
Paul L. Morgan, George Farkas, Marianne Hillemeier, Carol
Scheffner Hammer, Steve Maczuga

191 Learning for Self and Others: Young Children’s Views about
School Learning in Japan and the U.S.
Yoko Yamamoto, Jin Li

205 The Influence of Home Learning Environment and Preschool
Experience on Cognitive and Social Development at School
Entry
XIAOFEI QI, Edward Charles Melhuish, Jacqueline Barnes

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206 Vocabulary Development in Two Languages: Native Spanish
Speakers in Head Start
Annemarie H Hindman, Danielle Roberts, Darren L Richmond

221 Empathic Preference and its Limits in Young Infants
Florina Uzefovsky, Maayan Davidov, Yael Paz
222 Age-Related Changes in Wishes and Gratitude among Brazilian
Children and Adolescents
Elisa Mercon-Vargas, Lia Beatriz Freitas, Maria Adélia Pieta,
Jonathan R H Tudge

207 School readiness associated with child RSA patterns during
emotion and cognitive regulation tasks in preschool
Cathi B Propper, Gregory Lewis, Lauren Iannotte, Melinda
Murphy, Vera Feeny, Jennifer Lynne Coffman

223 Does Desire Fulfillment Help Preschoolers’ Perspective Taking
in Gift-Giving?
Yao Guan, Zhan Xu, Gedeon O Deak

Sex, Gender
208 Parent-youth communication and sexual behavior and
intensions
Courage Mudzongo, Brandy A. Randall, Molly Secor-Turner

224 Infants' agent representations: It's what's on the 'insides' that
counts
Hernando Taborda, Erik Wayne Cheries

209 Timing of Sexual Initiation and Longitudinal Relationship
Outcomes
Rachel Lynn Miller, Charlene E. Collibee, Wyndol C. Furman

225 Infants Social Evaluations of Trustworthy & Untrustworthy
Faces
Ashley Lyons, Rachel Rosen, Alexander Todorov, Erik Wayne
Cheries

210 The Effect of Self-Control on Sexual Aggression: A Test of
Three Mediators of Rape Myth, Date Rape Attitudes, and
Sexual Norms
Guangyi Cui, Neslihan Güney Karaman, Alexander T Vazsonyi

Social, Emotional, Personality
226 The Interpersonal Meaning of Adolescent Coping Styles
Leah Breslow, Karl Hennig, Jennifer Connolly, Jennine S
Rawana

211 Using a Developmental Perspective to Predict Ambivalent
Attitudes about Penile-Vaginal Intercourse
Julie C Hill, Julia A Graber

227 Delinquency and Sensation Seeking in Late Adolescents: The
Roles of Purpose, Self-Image and Well-Being
Katherine Magner, Judy A Andrews, Grant W. Edmonds, Missy
Peterson, Patrick Hill

Social Cognition
212 Both causal and social reasoning underlies overimitation in
five-year-olds
Hanna Schleihauf, Martin Zettersten, Sabina M Pauen, Stefanie
Hoehl

228 A Person-centered Approach to Temperament and Parental
Response: A Goodness of Fit Model.
Danielle Dalimonte-Merckling, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb,
Neda Senehi

213 Abstract Imitation by 36-month-olds: Visual Cues Scaffold
Social Learning about Object Weight
Zhidan Wang, Andrew N Meltzoff, Rebecca A Williamson

229 Emotional reciprocity in mother-child and father-child dyads
and preschool children’s social competence with peers
Eric W Lindsey, Tiffany Miller, Samuel Warrick

214 Naturalistic Observation of Sibling Imitation in Early
Childhood: Contexts, Types and Responses
Joanna Rosciszewska, Nina Howe, Hildy S Ross

230 A Test of Structural Models for Parental Reactions, Parental
Emotional Expressivity and Parental Emotion Socialisation
Geck Hong Yeo, Tick Sim

215 Three-year-olds, but not two-year-olds, share more with
cooperators than defectors
Natalie Benjamin, Felix Warneken

231 Temperament in the Classroom: Children Low in Surgency Are
More Susceptible to the Teachers’ Reactions to Emotions
Hideko Hamada Bassett, Nicole Fettig, Susanne Denham,
Timothy W Curby, Mandana Mohtasham, Nila Austin

216 Physical Contact in Young Children’s Judgments of Permission
and Permissibility
Julia W Van de Vondervoort, Ori Friedman
217 Children’s use of sampling information to infer social
preference
Arianne Eliese Eason, Cheryl R. Kaiser, Jessica A Sommerville

232 The Influence of Parent and Child Emotion Language on
Preschooler’s Emotion Understanding and Emotion Regulation
Amy Neal, Kimberly L. Day, Julie C Dunsmore, Cynthia L.
Smith

218 Infants' and Children’s Preference for Helping and Hindering
Events
Jordan Layton, Ross A Flom

233 Tuning to the Positive: Age-related Differences and Cultural
Influences on Subjective Ratings of Facial Emotion
Rochelle N Picardo, Rebecca M Todd, Andrew Scott Baron

219 Where it’s Not: Preschoolers Correctly Use True Negative
Verbal Clues, but Not True Negative Points, to Find Hidden
Objects
Zachary Morgan, Shauna Joyner, Rachel Tannenbaum, Robyn
Lindsey Kondrad, Carolyn M Palmquist

234 Emotion Knowledge Reduces Likelihood of Negative Reactions
to Frustration In Preschool Classrooms
Grace Z. Howarth, Timothy W Curby, Nicole Fettig, Susanne
Denham, Hideko Hamada Bassett
235 Temperamental Regulatory Abilities and Child-Initiated Snack
Breaks Predict Toddler Weight Status
Kameron J. Moding, Cynthia A Stifter

220 Early Reasoning about Affiliation and Kinship
Annie C. Spokes, Elizabeth Spelke

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236 Effortful Control in Very Young Children
I Ercan Alp, Sule Selcuk, Aysem Yorulmaz

251 Modeling Links between Victimization, Organized Activity
Participation, and Internalizing Symptoms in Adolescents by
Gender
Scott Raymond Frohn, Eric S Buhs

237 Does Emotion Regulation Buffer Temperamentally Reactive
Children from Developing Behavior Problems?
Jin Qu, Esther M. Leerkes, Susan D Calkins

252 Quality Counts: Developmental Shifts in Associations between
Romantic Relationship Qualities and Psychosocial Adjustment
Charlene E. Collibee, Wyndol C. Furman

238 Teachers’ Emotion Socialization: Description and validation of
two revised measures
Scott Paul Mirabile, Christine Kodluboy

253 Patterns of Romantic and Sexual Behaviors in Mexican
Adolescents and Associations with Well-being: A Latent Class
Approach
Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez, Sara A. Vasilenko, Davida
Camille Moore

239 Parents' Emotion Related Beliefs, Children's Emotion
Knowledge, and Social Competence in School
Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Vanessa L. Castro, Amy G
Halberstadt

254 Meta-Analysis of Children and Adolescents’ Friendship
Stability: A Focus on Methodological Moderators
Diana Meter, Noel A Card

240 Development and Validation of a Self-esteem Contingency
Questionnaire for Adolescents
Sofie Wouters, Rianne Janssen, Karine Verschueren

255 Impact of Parent-child Relationships on Peer Relationships in
Middle Childhood: Mediating Roles of Empathy and Altruism
Juyeon Lee, Joan P Yoo

241 Coherence and Valence of Self-Concepts: Unique Links with
Depression, Narcissism, and Aggression during Adolescence
David Jones Jr, Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, Tiina Ojanen

256 Strategic Disclosure: Peer Factors Influence What Adolescents
Tell Parents About Friends
Hsun-yu Chan, Angela J Calvin, Lauren Agnew, B Bradford
Bradford Brown

242 Trajectories of Negative Play Behavior and Self-Reported
Competence in Physically Abused Young Children
Yuko Okado, Mary E Haskett

Social Relationships

257 Children’s Connectedness with Adults and Peers Predict Life
Satisfaction and Self-Rated Health: A Latent Class Approach
Patrizia Salzmann, Martin Guhn

243 Predicting Peer- versus Partner-Directed Relational Aggression
Cassandra Cross, Lara Mayeux
244 Examining the consequences of peer victimization status among
young children
Sarah Blakely-McClure, Jamie M. Ostrov

258 Friend and Family Influence in Middle School: The Mediating
Role of the Perception of Peer Group Norms
Rhea Marshall-Denton, Marie-Helene Veronneau, Thomas J
Dishion

245 Predictors of Latent Trajectories of Interpartner Aggression
Hans Saint-Eloi Cadely, Joe F Pittman, Gregory S Pettit,
Jennifer E Lansford, John E Bates, Kenneth A Dodge, Amy
Holtzworth-Munroe

259 Gene-environment interactions in peer effects on adolescent
drinking: The role of dopamine D4 receptor (DRD4) in social
networks
Arielle R Deutsch, Douglas Steinley, Wendy S. Slutske

246 Investigating Hostile Intent Attributions and Aggression:
Concordance of Attributions between Mothers and Early
Adolescents
Haeli Gerardy, Nina S. Mounts

Education, Schooling
260 Children’s Beliefs about the Utility of Math and How These
Beliefs Relate to Their Home Math Engagement
Shari R Metzger, Susan Sonnenschein, Claudia Galindo, Hinali
G. Patel

247 The Role of Children’s Attitudes toward Conflict and Parent
and Friend Responses to Anger in Predicting Aggressive
Behavior
Sarah Barnes, Kathryn Howell, Robert Cohen
248 Coping in real time: Social problem solving, stress reactivity &
peer victimization in middle childhood
Chelsea Hetherington, Clio Pitula, Adrienne Banny, Amy L
Gower, Kathaleen Hoemberg, Nicki R Crick, Dianna K
Murray-Close
249 Bullying, Dating, and Sexual Behavior
Anthony A Volk, Andrew Vance Dane, Zopito A Marini, Tracy
Vaillancourt
250 Break-Up Instability in Adolescent Romantic Relationships:
Are Violent Relationships Difficult to End?
Alison Nagel, Barbara A. Oudekerk, N. Dickon Reppucci

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Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-158) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-155) Invited Views by Two
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:20pm

1-158. Ethnic-Racial Identity Across Space and Time:
Considerations for Future Research and Intervention
Chair: Oscar Barbarin
Speaker: Adriana J. Umana-Taylor

1-155. Digital Games, Learning and the Brain: Is Playing
Video Games a Waste of Time?
Moderator: Rachel F Barr

Biography. Adriana J. Umaña-Taylor is a Foundation Professor at
Arizona State University in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social
and Family Dynamics. She received her B.A. in Psychology and her
M.S. in Child Development and Family Relationships, both from the
University of Texas at Austin; she received her PhD in Human
Development and Family Studies from the University of MissouriColumbia. Her research focuses on ethnic identity formation, familial
socialization processes, and culturally informed risk and protective
factors. Her expertise lies primarily in the developmental period of
adolescence, and her work is largely informed by an ecological
framework, with an emphasis on understanding how individual and
contextual factors interact to inform adolescent development and
adjustment. Dr. Umaña-Taylor takes an interdisciplinary approach to
her work, drawing from developmental psychology, social
psychology, community and cultural psychology, family studies, and
sociology. She currently serves on multiple editorial boards
(e.g., Child Development, Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority
Psychology, Journal of Marriage and Family), and as a Study Section
member of a review panel for the National Institutes of Health. She
has served as a member of the Executive Council of the Society for
Research on Adolescenc e and as a member of the Board of Directors
for the National Council on Family Relations. Her work is currently
funded by the National Institutes of Health.

Panelist 1: Daphne Bavelier
Biography. Daphne Bavelier is a Biology graduate of the Ecole
Normale Superieure, Paris, France. In 1992 she received a PhD in
Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT and then completed her
training in human brain plasticity at the Salk Institute. She joined the
Neurology faculty at Georgetown University and then moved to the
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of
Rochester. She is now a Professor Ordinaire in Psychology at the
University of Geneva, Switzerland, as well as a Research Professor at
the University of Rochester. She is a world-renowned expert on brain
plasticity and learning, with a particular focus on how new media
such as video game play may be leveraged for cognitive
enhancements.
View 1: From chatting on the internet to playing video games,
technology has invaded all aspects of our lives. For better or for
worse, it is changing who we are. But can we harness technology to
effect changes for the better? In the midst of reported negative effects,
recent studies show that this might indeed be the case. In a surprising
twist, an often-decried activity such as playing action video games
enhances various sensory, attentional and cognitive skills. A training
regimen whose benefits are so broad is unprecedented and provides a
unique opportunity to identify factors that underlie generalization of
learning and principles of brain plasticity. Practical applications from
education to rehabilitation will be discussed.

Abstract: Research on ethnic identity and on racial identity has
grown exponentially in the past 25 years and has resulted in
significant conceptual and methodological advances, including the
introduction of the Ethnic-Racial Identity (ERI) meta-construct. ERI
is recognized as a key aspect of normative development among ethnic
minority youth, and numerous studies have demonstrated the
promotive and/or protective function that this developmental resource
can serve. This work also has led to a more nuanced understanding of
the construct, with findings illustrating the complexity with which
ERI develops across space (e.g., school, family, neighborhoods) and
time (e.g., developmental period). In this talk, I will present a timeline
of progress that has been made in the study of ERI, highlighting major
conceptual and methodological advances, best practices for research
on ERI, and directions for future research that are essential to move
our understanding of this important construct forward. I will conclude
with a discussion of how ERI may provide an ideal, non-stigmatizing
approach for preventive intervention work with ethnic minority youth.

Panelist 2: Jan L Plass
Biography. Jan L. Plass, Ph.D., Paulette Goddard Professor of Digital
Media and Learning Sciences in the Steinhardt School of Culture,
Education, and Human Development at New York University, codirects the Games for Learning Institute. He is the founding director
of the CREATE Consortium for Research and Evaluation of
Advanced Technology in Education, and directs the programs in
Educational Communication and Technology at NYU MAGNET. Dr.
Plass’ research is at the intersection of cognitive science, learning
sciences, and design, and seeks to enhance the effectiveness of
interactive visual environments for learning. His current focus is on
cognitive and emotional design patterns for simulations and games for
math and science education and cognitive skills development.
View 2: Digital Games are pervasive, constantly evolving in their
complexity and features, and heralded by many as agents for
education reform. Arguably, digital games are also among the least
understood genres of educational materials. I will first provide a brief
summary of the case of using games for learning and will then
propose a new design model of playful learning. I will then review
empirical research studies my colleagues and I conducted over the
past 15 years that investigated a variety of cognitive, social, and
emotional design patterns to make games and game-like environments
effective learning tools.

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families are linked to inadequate language stimulation at home - often
characterized as a ‘deficit’ perspective – have been criticized as
disrespectful of minority families whose cultural traditions of
parenting are simply different from those in affluent mainstream
families. It is time to reframe this enduring and unproductive debate.
In the U.S. millions of children from lower-SES families where a
minority language is spoken are at risk for low educational
attainment. Bilingual development has many benefits, but can also
have potentially serious costs. The science is clear that many
bilingual children enter kindergarten with language deficits that have
cascading negative consequences. Providing additional support for
parents of infants in low-SES minority-language families can reduce
these disparities. The more our society understands the critical role of
parents in nourishing a young child’s mind starting at birth, the more
we all stand to benefit.

(Event 1-157) Invited Views by Two
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:20pm
1-157. Language Learning by Bilingual Infants: Cognitive,
Linguistic and Sociocultural Challenges
Moderator: Linda B Smith
Panelist 1: Nuria Sebastian-Galles
Biography. Núria Sebastián-Gallés received her PhD in Experimental
Psychology from the University of Barcelona (UB) in 1986. After
Post-doctoral training at the Max Plank Institute and the CNRS
(Paris), she became Associate Professor at UB in 1988 and Full
Professor in 2002. In 2009, she moved to Pompeu Fabra University
(UPF). She was a Visiting Scholar at IRCS University of
Pennsylvania, ICN University College (London), and the University
of Chicago. She coordinated the Consolider-Ingenio consortium
(BRAINGLOT). She was recently awarded an ERC Advanced grant
(UNDER CONTROL). She is currently Vice-President of the
European Research Council (ERC). At UPF's Center for Brain and
Cognition, she leads the Speech Acquisition and Processing Research
Group. She has over 90 publications in international journals. Her
research focuses on learning and language processing with an
emphasis on bilingual populations. Her research extends from infants
to adults with methodologies based on behavioural, physiological and
brain imaging responses.
View 1 - Language Learning in a 'Blooming, Buzzing Bilingual
Confusion'
Infants are immersed in rich and multidimensional environments, full
of linguistic and non-linguistic information. Language learning
requires that infants pinpoint the relevant subset of dimensions and
weigh them in an appropriate way. How does the baby navigate
through the immense search space, such space being dependent on
each language? Several types of mechanisms (including not just
attention and cognitive control but also social and emotional
components) are thus involved in language acquisition.
The case of infants raised in bilingual environments face additional
challenges. In particular, the same dimensions may be combined in
different ways in each of the languages (I.e. the same acoustic
dimensions result in language-specific phoneme spaces, often
combining dimensions in conflicting ways). How do bilingual-to-be
infants face such challenges? How is their learning process adapted?

(Event 1-156) Invited Conversation
Roundtable
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-156. SRCD Policy Fellowship Panel and Reception
Moderator: Martha Zaslow
Panelists: Michelle Boyd, Kirby A Chow, Amy Janet Griffin,
Julie Leis, Mary Elizabeth Meloy, Cristina Novoa,
Sangeeta Parikshak, Nina M Philipsen Hetzner, Lynlee R
Tanner Stapleton
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-on-one 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.

Panelist 2: Anne Fernald
Biography. Anne Fernald is the Josephine Knowles Professor of
Human Biology at Stanford University. As director of the Language
Learning Lab in the Department of Psychology, she conducts
experimental studies of language processing by infants in conjunction
with observational studies of caregiver-infant interaction. Fernald’s
research team has developed sensitive time-course measures of
infants’ real-time comprehension of spoken language. In longitudinal
studies with English- and Spanish-learning children from advantaged
and disadvantaged families, this research reveals the vital role of early
language experience in strengthening speech processing efficiency
and vocabulary learning. Fernald is also conducting parallel studies
with infants and caregivers in rural villages in Senegal, West Africa.
A central goal of this research program is to show how parents from
diverse sociocultural backgrounds play a crucial role in supporting
their children’s language growth.
View 2: ‘Deficits’ vs. ‘Differences’ in Early Bilingual Language
Learning by Children from Language-Minority Homes
Claims that some learning difficulties in children from lower-SES

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(Event 1-159) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-159. Translating Attachment-Based Interventions: From
University Incubation to Community Implementation and
Dissemination
Chair: Lisa Berlin
Discussant: Lisa Berlin
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The Circle of Security-Parenting (COS-P) Approach: A Shift to
a Widely Implementable Model
Jude A. Cassidy, Bonnie Erin Brett, Jacquelyn T. Gross, Susan
Soledad Woodhouse, Bert Powell, Glen Cooper, Kent T
Hoffman

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Disseminating an Attachment-Based Treatment for High-Risk
Parents in the Community
Mary Dozier, Caroline K. Pemberton Roben, Elizabeth Meade

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Building Healthy Children: The Dissemination of Child-Parent
Psychotherapy into Community Settings
Sheree L Toth, Jody Todd Manly, Robin Sturm, Elizabeth D
Handley

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Puberty, Age, and Depressive Symptoms Contribute to Stress
Reactivity and Sensitivity to Parental Support in Adolescence
Jenalee Doom, Adrienne VanZomeren-Dohm, Camelia E
Hostinar, Megan R Gunnar

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A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Program for the Prevention
of Depression in Adolescents on Social Network Size
Patrick Pössel, Andrea B Horn, Martin Hautzinger

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Effects of a Group Cognitive-Behavioral Depression Prevention
Program on Psychosocial Functioning in at-risk Adolescents
Steven Brunwasser, Judy Garber, V. Robin Weersing, Steven D.
Hollon, David Brent, Greg Clarke, William R Beardslee,
Frances Lynch, Tracy Gladstone

1-162. Learning to use Novel Objects: Reasoning and
Innovation
Chair: Kayleigh Carr

1-160. Adolescent Mood Variability and Emotional
Reactivity – Personal and Social-Environmental Influences
Chair: Hans M Koot
Discussant: Jennifer S. Silk
A 5-year Longitudinal Study on Mood Variability Across
Adolescence Using Daily Diaries - Developmental Trends and
Sex Differences
Dominique Francoise Maciejewski, Pol van Lier, Susan J.T.
Branje, Wim Meeus, Hans M Koot

Social Adjustment Changes in two Randomized Trials
Evaluating Cognitive-Behavioral Indicated Prevention for
Adolescent Depression
Paul Rohde, Eric Stice, Heather Shaw, Jeff M Gau

(Event 1-162) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-160) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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You're Doing it Wrong: Does Efficacy of Observed Behaviour
Influence Innovation?
Kayleigh Carr, Rachel Kendal, Emma Grace Flynn

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Preschoolers Independently Discern Causal Structure When
Observing an Unknowledgeable Demonstrator
Amy K Gardiner, Kayla B Causey

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Sharing Innovations: Young Children Spontaneously Teach
Naive Others how to Make Tools
Sarah Beck, Nicola Cutting, Kayleigh Day, Ian Antony Apperly

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Artifacts as Windows Into Other Minds: Pre-school Children
use Artifacts to Infer Others’ Mutual Interests
Adena Schachner, Deb Kelemen

(Event 1-163) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-163. Neuroscience Discovery Informing Child
Maltreatment
Chair: Cheryl Anne Boyce

Depressed Adolescents’ Pupillary Response to Peer Acceptance
and Rejection: The Role of Rumination
Lindsey B Stone, Jennifer S. Silk, Greg J. Siegle, Laura R
Stroud, Eric Nelson, Ronald E Dahl, Neil P Jones

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(Event 1-161) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

Relations between childhood adversity, post-traumatic
symptoms, and neural activity
Catherine Orr, James Hudziak, Matthew D. Albaugh, Kerry
O''Loughlin, Nicholas D''Alberto, Hannah Holbrook, Hannah
Holbrook, Joan Kaufman, Joan Kaufman

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1-161. Expanding Clinical Outcomes: The Effects of
Depression Prevention Programs on Adolescent
Psychosocial Functioning
Chairs: Steven Brunwasser, Judy Garber

Take Your Mind Off It: Coping Style, 5-HTTLPR Genotype,
and Children’s Internalizing and Externalizing Problems
Sara R Jaffee, Jessie Cline, Zhi Li, Edward Charles Melhuish,
Laura Lysenko, Tara McFarquhar, Tara McFarquhar, Suzanne
E. Stevens

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Advances in the use of neuroscience to intervene on the effects
of maltreatment in child welfare system involved children
Mary Dozier, Philip Andrew Fisher

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Depression Prevention Initiative: Changes in Social Adjustment
and Social Skills through 6-Month Follow-up
Jami Young, Carolyn Spiro, Micheline Anderson, Jessica
Benas, Christie Schueler, Robert Gallop

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(Event 1-164) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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The Force of Language: How Children Acquire the Complex
Categories of Force Dynamics
Nathan George, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff

1-164. Innovative approaches to studying victims’ social
cognitions and well-being
Chair: Tessa A. M. Lansu
Discussant: Jaana Juvonen

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Linguistic typology affects development of multimodal
communication about caused motion: Evidence from Turkish
toddler-mother talk
Suleyman Tasci, Reyhan Furman, Asli Ozyurek, Aylin C Küntay

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Manipulating Visual Attention to Ambiguous Provocation:
Effects on Victim's Hostile Attributions and Perceived Anger
Wendy Troop-Gordon, Laura Vogel-Ciernia, Robert D. Gordon

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Interpretations of Bullying by Bullies, Victims, and BullyVictims in Interactions at Different Levels of Abstraction
J. Loes Loes Pouwels, Ron H. J. Scholte, Tirza van Noorden,
Antonius H. N. Cillessen

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How Victimization Predicts Social Cognition During Cyberball
Inclusion and Exclusion: Distorted vs. Sensitive Perception
Tessa A. M. Lansu, Tirza van Noorden, Marike Deutz

(Event 1-167) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-167. DNA Methylation as a Marker and Mechanism
Underlying Effects of Early Life Stress on Problem
Behavior in Childhood
Chairs: Stephanie H Parade, Elisabeth Conradt
Discussant: Stephen Suomi

(Event 1-165) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Maternal sensitivity buffers the effect of maternal depression on
DNA methylation and neuroendocrine functioning
Elisabeth Conradt, David Armstrong, Kathe Hawes, Edward Z
Tronick, Carmen Marsit, Barry M Lester

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Methylation of the Glucocorticoid Receptor Gene Promoter in
Preschoolers With Adversity: Links with Internalizing Problems
Stephanie H Parade, Kathryn Ridout, Ronald Seifer, David
Armstrong, Carmen Marsit, Melissa McWilliams, Audrey R.
Tyrka
Genomic Embedding of Early Life Experiences
Michael S. Kobor

1-165. Experiments in Early Truancy Prevention
Chair: Jens Ludwig
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1. Primary School Truancy: Risk Factors and Consequences for
Subsequent Dropout
Philip Cook, Max Crowley, Kenneth A Dodge, Maeve Gearing

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The Effectiveness of Structured Mentoring at Reducing Chronic
Truancy
Sandra Christenson, Amy Claessens, Philip Cook, Ashley
Cureton, Mimi Engel, Jonathan Guryan, Ijun Lai, Jens Ludwig,
Mary Clair Turner

(Event 1-168) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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The Early Truancy Prevention Program: Pilot Evaluation
Philip Cook, Kenneth A Dodge, Elizabeth Gifford, Amy
Schulting

1-168. The Developmental Impact of Street Life:
Longitudinal Research in Three Brazilian Cities
Chairs: Marcela Raffaelli, Silvia Helena Koller

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Understanding Elementary School Truancy
Amy Claessens, Mimi Engel

(Event 1-166) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-166. Who Done It?: Processing Causal Events for
Language
Chair: Tilbe Goksun
Discussant: Laura Wagner
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The Influence of Causation on a Goal Bias Over Development
Laura Lakusta, Paul Muentener, Lauren Petrillo, Noelle
Mullanaphy, Lauren Muniz, Megan Sommers, Inae Colucio

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Longitudinal Research with Street-Involved Children and
Adolescents: Methodological Challenges and Strategies
Juliana Santana, Silvia Helena Koller, Normanda Morais,
Carlos Jose Nieto, Marcela Raffaelli

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Physical Health of Street-Involved Brazilian Youth: Status and
Correlates
Marcela Raffaelli, Silvia Helena Koller

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Subjective well-being of adolescents in street situation of three
Brazilian State capitals
Normanda Morais, Rebeca Ferreira Lima

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Sexual history, sexual risk behaviors and sexual violence among
street involved adolescents in three Brazilian capitals
Carlos José Nieto Silva, Silvia Helena Koller

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Sexual orientation of street-involved adolescents in Salvador,
Brazil: A qualitative examination of risk and protective factors
Juliana Santana, Lucas Vezedek Oliveira

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(Event 1-169) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Nonhuman Primate Model for Fetal Iron Deficiency and Its
Consequences
Mari Golub

1-169. Housing and Neighborhoods for Children and
Adolescents: Mechanisms and Moderators
Chair: Sara Anderson

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Rat Stereotypic Behavior Depends on Time and Dose of Iron
Treatment for Developmental Iron Deficiency Anemia
Barbara T. Felt, MD, Amy Hurst, Niko Kaciroti, Betsy Lozoff,
MD, Erica Unger

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Housing and adolescent development during the transition to
adulthood
Margaret Caldwell Elliott, Elizabeth A Shuey, Tama Leventhal

(Event 1-172) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

Inadequate housing and early reading problems: Tests of a
bioecological development model
Patrick J Fowler, Sara Anderson, Elizabeth A Shuey, Lauren
McGrath

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Neighborhood social processes, access to health care, and child
health
Amanda Roy

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Ecology matters: Neighborhood differences the role of selfcontrol and social support for adolescent behavior
Sara Anderson, Alice Donlan, Elana McDermott

1-172. The developmental neuroscience of morality
Chairs: Jean Decety, Jessica A Sommerville

(Event 1-170) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Longitudinal relations between frontal cortical activation
asymmetries and the early development of prosocial behavior
Markus Paulus, Jorg Meinhardt, Maria Teresa Licata, Barbara
Müller, Beate Sodian

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Developmental changes in infants’ fairness expectations over
the first year of life
Jessica A Sommerville

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The neuroscience of moral evaluations in infants and children
Jason M Cowell, Jean Decety

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Neurodevelopment of honesty and dishonesty: A functional
near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) study
Xiao Pan Ding, John E Richards, Wanze Xie, Genyue Fu, Kang
Lee

1-170. Longitudinal Approaches to Examining Peer
Victimization: What are the Risk and Protective Factors
and Where do we go From Here?
Chair: Tina Daniels
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Peer Victimization: Subtypes or Severity? Results from a
Canadian Sample
John D Haltigan, Tracy Vaillancourt

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Independent and Unique Contributions of Social Behavior to
Victimization Across the School Years
Niwako Sugimura, Daniel Berry, Wendy Troop-Gordon, Karen
Rudolph

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Examining the Risk of Emotion and Behavior Problems on
Young Children's Victimization Trajectories
Christine Polihronis, Tina Daniels, Nicole Summers, Andrea
Howard

(Event 1-173) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-173. The Art of Child Emotion Regulation
Chair: Eleanor DeMaris Brown
Discussant: Ellen Winner

(Event 1-171) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-171. On the Timing of Early Iron Deficiency:
Associations with Postnatal Development in Humans,
Nonhuman Primates, and Rodents
Chair: Angela F Lukowski
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Fetal-Neonatal and Postnatal Iron Deficiency Impairs
Recognition Memory
Fengji Geng, Betsy Lozoff, MD

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Prenatal Iron Deficiency and Recall Memory at 9 Months
Angela F Lukowski, Ming Li, Zhixiang Zhang, Betsy Lozoff, MD

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Emotion Regulation Benefits of Drawing for Children
Jennifer E Drake

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Expressive Suppression and Acting Classes
Aura-Maria Garcia, Thalia Raquel Goldstein

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Can the Arts Get Under the Skin?
Eleanor DeMaris Brown, Mallory Leigh Garnett, Kate
Anderson, Jean-Philippe Laurenceau

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(Event 1-174) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-177) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-174. Short- and long-term impacts of classroom-based
social-emotional learning interventions during early
schooling
Chair: Jason Downer
Discussant: Joshua L Brown

1-177. The Implications of Children’s Social Essentialist
Beliefs on Attitudes and Behavior
Chairs: Sarah Elizabeth Gaither, Marjorie Rhodes

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Improving children’s social and emotional skills with Preschool
RULER
Shauna L Tominey, Craig S. Bailey, Susan E Rivers, Elisabeth
C O''Bryon, Svea G. Olsen, Virginia D Peisch, Sherri Widen,
Marc A Brackett
Examining the Impacts of 4Rs+MTP on Children’s SocialEmotional, Behavioral and Academic Competence in Urban
Elementary Schools
Jason Downer, Joshua L Brown, Andres Molano, Megan
Stuhlman, Bridget K. Hamre, Stephanie M Jones, Hannah R.
Wertz, Christina L. Rucinski
Long term effects of the Chicago School Readiness Project on
children’s social-emotional and behavioral adjustment
Stephanie M Jones, Dana Charles McCoy, Lauren Y Hay,
Cybele Raver

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Adopting Essentialist Beliefs Affects Racial Outgroup Sharing
Tendencies
Sarah Elizabeth Gaither, Stacey N Doan, Samuel R. Sommers

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How Context Affects Social Essentialist Category Knowledge
in Northern Ireland and the USA
John D. Coley, Kirsty Smyth, Aidan Feeney, R. Cole Cole
Eidson

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Essentialist Beliefs About Scientists Affect Children’s
Motivation
Katya D Saunders, Marjorie Rhodes, Sarah-Jane Leslie

1-178. Mind and Matter: New Insights on the Role of
Parental Executive Functions in Process Models of
Parenting and Child Development
Chair: Melissa L Sturge-Apple

1-175. Parental Advice about Peer Relationships and
Adjustment in Early Adolescence
Chair: Kelly M. Tu

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Social Essentialism and its Effects on the Development of
Intergroup Attitudes
Marjorie Rhodes, Sarah-Jane Leslie, Katya D Saunders,
Yarrow C Dunham, Andrei Cimpian

(Event 1-178) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-175) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Linking Parental Social Coaching with Early Adolescents'
Concurrent and Prospective Social Adjustment
Kim Gregson, Stephen Erath, Gregory S Pettit, Kelly M. Tu,
Shu Su, Shannon Elizabeth McDaniel
Maternal Consulting as a Moderator of Adolescents' Hostile
Attributions: An Observational Study
Nina S. Mounts, Haeli Gerardy, Braima Salaam, Elizabeth
Rusnak
Interactive Contributions of Parent Socialization of Coping with
Peer Stress and Skin Conductance Reactivity to Child
Adjustment
Jamie L Abaied

(Event 1-176) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-176. Video Coaching: An innovative approach to
supporting children and families
Moderator: Melanie Renee Berry
Panelists: Martha Vibbert, Ingegerd May, Elisabeth Wirtberg,
Hilary Kennedy, Ibrahima Giroux

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Poverty-related strain, inter-parental conflict, and child negative
reactivity as predictors of maternal EF and ER
Cybele Raver, Clancy Blair

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Transmission of Risk: Maternal History of Maltreatment,
Parenting, Maternal Executive Function and Infant Cognitive
Development.
Andrea Gonzalez, Leslie Atkinson, Harriet MacMillan

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Fathers Have “Thinking” Too: A Dissociable Approach to
Mother’s and Father’s Executive Functions and Parenting
During Adolescence
Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Patrick Davies

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Maternal Executive Functioning and Psychophysiology:
Implications for Parenting and Child Development
Kirby Deater-Deckard, Martha Ann Bell

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(Event 1-179) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-179. New Directions in the Study of Family Context and
Children’s Internalizing Symptoms
Chairs: Laura E Brumariu, Kathryn A Kerns

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Real-Time Multilevel Survival Analysis of Adolescent Emotion
Socialization
Jessica P. Lougheed, Wendy Craig, Debra Pepler, Jennifer
Connolly, Tom Hollenstein

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Tuning In: Synchrony of Pupillary Responses between Mother
and Child during Emotionally-Evocative Discussions
Patricia Zhi-tei Tan, Jennifer S. Silk, Katie Lynn Burkhouse,
Ronald E Dahl, Greg J. Siegle

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Maternal Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms Across
Development: Impact on Adolescent Anxiety and Depression
Laura E Brumariu, Michael T Moore, Karlen Lyons-Ruth

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Modeling the Roles of Fathers and Mothers in Child Anxiety
Kaela Stuart, Kathryn A Kerns

(Event 1-182) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Is the relation between attachment insecurity and anxiety
mediated by reflective functioning?
Sonja Breinholst, Barbara Hoff Esbjørn, Monika Walczak

1-182. Production of prosody in language development
Chairs: Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Irene Vogel

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Context-dependent mother-adolescent emotion covariation:
Relations to youth internalizing symptoms
Kathryn Rulon, Aaron Luebbe

(Event 1-180) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-180. New developments in the study of infant-coparent
triangular interaction in the Lausanne Trilogue Play
Chair: Diane Phillip
Discussant: James P McHale

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Acquisition of higher level prosody in children between 6 and
12 years
Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Irene Vogel

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Prosodic issues in the simultaneous bilingual acquisition of
German and Spanish
Conxita Lleó

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The Acquisition of Prosody in American Sign Language (ASL)
Diane Brentari

(Event 1-183) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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The baby’s contribution to regulation of functional and
problematic coparenting
Diane Phillip, Hervé Tissot, Elisabeh Fivaz-Depeursinge

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Observed Triadic Interactions in Turkey at 3 Month Postpartum
SELIN SALMAN ENGIN, James P McHale, Nebi Sumer, Ece
Sagel

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Aggressive anger management and friendship involvement-a
cross-lagged panel study on selection and socialization
Maria von Salisch, Janice L Zeman

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(Absence of) Maternal Gatekeeping in Early Triangular
Interactions of African American Fragile Families
Erica Coates, James P McHale

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Father Emotion Socialization and Children’s Emotion
Expression
Micah Gerhardt, Qiong Wu, Xin Feng, Emma Hooper, Seulki
Ku

(Event 1-181) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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Predictors of Maternal Emotional Socialization in a LowIncome, Rural Sample
Alyssa Pintar, Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Lynne VernonFeagans, Clancy Blair

1-181. Time Series Methods for Interpersonal Emotion
Processes in Childhood and Adolescence
Chair: Jessica P. Lougheed
Discussant: Tom Hollenstein

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Reciprocal Negative Affect in Mother‐ Child Interactions
Predicting Emotion Dysregulation
Nneka Morris, Susan Phillips Keane, Susan D Calkins

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1-183. Socialization of Emotion
Chair: Janice L Zeman

Parent and Peer Relationships Predict Adolescent Girls’ Daily
Experience of Emotions, But Not in the Ways you May Expect
Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Michael M Criss, Jennifer
S. Silk, Amy Smith

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(Event 1-184) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-186) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-184. The Role of Culture and Biology on Development:
Insights from Genetics, Neuroscience, and Biomarkers of
Stress
Chair: Eva H Telzer
Discussant: Andrew J Fuligni

1-186. Episodic Prospection Beyond Early Childhood:
Insights from Typical and Atypical Development
Chairs: Christine A Coughlin, Simona Ghetti

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Is There Differential Susceptibility to Acculturation?
Examining Culture and Biology Interplay in the Development
of Immigrants
José M. Causadias, Moin Syed, Dante Cicchetti

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Stress and Drug-Use Vulnerability in the African American
Community
Ezemenari Obasi

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Persistence Versus Giving Up: Cultural Differences in
Behavioral and Neural Processes Underlying Cognitive Control
Eva H Telzer, Yang Qu

(Event 1-185) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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The Development of Biases in Future Thinking
Teresa McCormack, Jemma McGourty

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Recollection of Past and Construction of Future
Autobiographical Events in Children and Adolescents with
Traumatic Brain Injury
Suncica Lah, Chloe Gott, Carly Black, Michael Gascoigne,
Adrienne Epps, Louise Parry

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Mental Time Travel in Patients with Hypoxia-Induced Selective
Hippocampal Atrophy and Developmental Memory Disorders
Janine Cooper, David G. Gadian, Mortimer Mishkin, Faraneh
Vargha-Khadem

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Past and Future Episodic Thinking in Cultural Contexts
Qi Wang, Jessie Bee Kim Koh, Diana Capous

(Event 1-187) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-185. Applying Developmental Science in Real World
Settings to Address Poverty-related Disparities in School
Readiness
Chairs: Alan L Mendelsohn, Adriana Weisleder
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1-187. Gender Dynamics in Family Relationships and
Their Links to Adolescent Daily Well-Being and LongTerm Adjustment
Chair: Kim M Tsai

The Challenge of Changing Preschool Teachers’ Language
Practices
David K Dickinson, Molly Fuller Collins, Elizabeth Burke
Hadley, Kimberly Turner Nesbitt, Katherine Newman, Mae
Pierce, Bretta L. Rivera, Hande Ilgaz, Brenna Hassinger-Das,
Tamara Spiewak Toub, Ageliki Nicolopoulou, Roberta M
Golinkoff, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek

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Gender Differences in Adolescents’ Daily Negotiation of Time
with Family, Friends and Schoolwork
Kim M Tsai, Andrew J Fuligni

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Guided Play: A New Pedagogical Approach to High Quality
Early Learning
Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Jennifer M. Zosh, Roberta M Golinkoff

Marital Problems, Parent-Child Relations, and Adolescent
Substance Use across Time: Perils for Fathers and Daughters
Kaitlyn Marie Fladeboe, Jeff Cookston

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Habla Conmigo: Facilitating Caregiver Talk and Toddler’s
Language Processing Through a Parenting Intervention for
Latino Families
Virginia A. Marchman, Nereyda M. Hurtado, Veronica Goei,
Anne Fernald

Global Self-Worth from Middle Childhood through
Adolescence: Developmental Patterns and Links with Sibling
Relationship Qualities
Chun Bun Lam, Susan McHale

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Links between Gendered Childhood Socialization Experiences
and Occupational Choices in Young Adulthood
Katie Lawson, Ann C Crouter, Susan McHale

Promotion of Parenting and School Readiness Using Pediatric
Primary Care as an Innovative Platform
Carolyn Brockmeyer Cates, Adriana Weisleder, Samantha
Berkule Johnson, Benard Dreyer, Jennifer Ledesma, Jenny A
Arevalo, Caitlin Ford Canfield, Alan L Mendelsohn

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(Event 1-188) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-191) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-188. The Dosage of High Quality ECE and Children’s
Social Outcomes: Evidence from International Settings
Chair: Irina Mokrova
Discussant: Margaret Burchinal

1-191. Contemporary Issues in Bullying: Data Trends,
Cyberbullying, Bystanders, and Multi-media Approaches
to Prevention
Chair: Catherine P Bradshaw

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Effects of Early Child Care Quality on Child Socio-Emotional
Outcomes: Does Quantity of Care Matter?
Martine Broekhuizen, Marcel van Aken, Judith Semon Dubas,
Paul PM Leseman

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Is Bullying on the Rise?: Examining Eight-Year Trends in
Bullying and Related Attitudes and Behaviors among Youth in
Grades 4-12
Catherine P Bradshaw, Elise T Pas, Benjamin Zablotsky

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Dosage as a Moderator of Classroom Organization Quality
Effects on Children’s Social Skills
Cecília Aguiar, Joana Cadima, Ana Margarida Fialho, Nadine
Correia, Inês Peceguina, Ana Madalena Gamelas

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The Role of Bystander Intervention in Bullying Prevention
Tracy Evian Waasdorp, Catherine P Bradshaw

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Personal and Situational Factors in Cyberbullying: Associations
with Prevalence and Mental Health Outcomes.
Hilary Morin, Catherine P Bradshaw

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Free2B: A New Multi-Media Bullying Prevention Program
Stephen Leff, Katherine B Bevans, Wanda R Moore, Tracy
Evian Waasdorp

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Link between Two Years of Classroom Quality and Children’s
Behavioral and Social Skills during the Transition to School
Irina Mokrova, Martine Broekhuizen, Margaret Burchinal,
Patricia T Garrett-Peters

(Event 1-189) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-192) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-189. More or Less: What’s Better For learning? Evidence
From Multiple Domains of Cognitive Development
Chair: Jessica S Horst
Discussant: Catherine Sandhofer

1-192. Comparing the Effects of Active and Passive
Learning Experiences Through Action and Gesture
Chairs: Elizabeth Wakefield, Miriam A Novack

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Classroom Visual Environment, Attention Allocation, and
Learning in Kindergarten Students
Anna V Fisher, Karrie Elizabeth Godwin

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The Unique Role of Multisensory Active Experience on
Multisensory Integration and Activation of the Motor System in
Infants
Sarah A Gerson, Harold Bekkering, Sabine Hunnius

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Children and Robots Learn More Object Names When
Everything They See Together is the Same Color
Jessica S Horst, Anthony F. Morse, Rosie Nurse, Angelo
Cangelosi

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The Influence of Visual-Motor Experiences on the
Development of Brain Mechanisms Subserving Letter
Perception
Sophia Vinci-Booher, Thomas W James, Karin James

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Less is More? More or Less. When “Less is More” is Beneficial
and When it is Not
Vladimir Sloutsky

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Action Versus Gesture: What Cues Help or Hinder 3-year-olds
in a Cross-Mapping Task?
Miriam A Novack, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Amanda Woodward

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Can you Show me ‘Yocking’? Learning Novel Verbs Through
Producing and Observing Actions and Gestures
Elizabeth Wakefield, Karin James, Susan Goldin-Meadow

(Event 1-190) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-190. Developing a Workforce for Children Birth-Age 8:
Discussion of a Report from the Institute of Medicine &
National Research Council
Moderator: Bridget Kelly
Panelists: LaRue Allen, Jacqueline Jones, Albert Wat

(Event 1-193) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-193. The A, B, C’s of Contemporary Research on
Shyness and Social Withdrawal: Assessment, Biology, and
Context
Moderator: Robert J. Coplan
Panelists: Julie C Bowker, Luc G Goossens, Louis A. Schmidt,
Yiyuan Xu

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(Event 1-194) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-196) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

1-194. Methods and Assessments for Understanding Early
Developmental Outcomes
Chair: Frederick J Morrison

1-196. Recess Research: Historical, Sociological, and
Anthropological Perspectives on Play at School
Chair: Anna Beresin
Discussant: Jennifer M. Zosh

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Developing a New Measure of Caregiver-Child Interactions for
Infants and Toddlers: Psychometric Properties of the Q-CCIIT
Tool
Sally M Atkins-Burnett, Shannon C Monahan, Louisa Banks
Tarullo, Yange Xue, Elizabeth Woodburn Cavadel
Developmental Relations between Vocabulary Knowledge and
Reading Comprehension: A Large-Scale Replication Study
Jamie Marie Quinn, Rick Wagner, Andrew Menzel, Yaacov
Petscher, Christopher State Schatschneider, John (Jack)
McArdle

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Examining Optimal Approaches to Assessment of Young Dual
Language Learners in a Universal Preschool Initiative
Emily M Moiduddin, Sally M Atkins-Burnett, Yange Xue

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Psychometric properties of the Classroom Assessment Scoring
System (CLASS) Toddler in Dutch early childhood education
and care
Pauline Slot, Jan Boom, Josje Verhagen, Paul PM Leseman

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Recess and the arts for All: Current disparities, future trends
Olga S Jarrett

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Playing with Time: Towards a Global Survey of Recess Practice
Anna Beresin

1-197. Toward Developmentally-Informed Trauma
Treatment: Examining the Influences of Family Context in
Trauma and Maltreatment Research
Chair: Karen Appleyard Carmody
Discussant: Abigail Gewirtz

1-195. African American Fathers of Young Children:
Perspectives on Father Involvement, Role Development,
and Resilience
Chair: Erika London Bocknek
Discussant: Natasha Cabrera

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Does the History of School Recess Reveal a Celebrated Past
and a Tenuous Future?
Michael Patte

(Event 1-197) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

(Event 1-195) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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The Detroit Baby on Board Study: A Qualitative Analysis of
Interviews with Fathers Preparing to Parent a New Baby
Carolyn Joy Dayton, Tova Walsh, Erika London Bocknek,
Laurel Hicks, Maria Muzik, Katherine L Rosenblum
Trajectories of Father Involvement Predict Child and Maternal
Functioning in an Economically Diverse, African American
Sample
Marjorie Beeghly, Ty Partridge, Edward Z Tronick, Jordan L.
Boeve, M Susan Delonis, Jessica Irwin, Mahya Rahimian
Mashhadi, Hasti Ashtiani Raveau

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Maternal Childhood Sexual Trauma and Conduct Problems in
Offspring: Multiple Pathways of Influence
Bharathi Zvara, Karen Appleyard Carmody, William Roger
Mills-Koonce, Martha J Cox

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Examining the Relations among Complex Trauma, Impaired
Caregiving, and Child Functioning using a Developmental
Perspective
Katelyn Marie Donisch, Abigail Gewirtz, Karen Appleyard
Carmody, Li-Jung Liang, Ernestine Briggs-King, Joseph
Spinazzola, Lisa Amaya-Jackson, Alan M Steinberg

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The Other Side of Domestic Violence: Parent-Directed
Aggression and the Perpetrator-Victim Paradox
Michelle P Brown, Canan Karatekin, Kaylan Wurm, Ham I Lee

(Event 1-198) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-198. Family as a Context for Children and Adolescents’
Career Development
Chair: Bora Lee
Discussant: Susan Whiston

African American Men’s Perceptions of the Fathering Role and
Impacts on Parenting Quality in Early Childhood
Hasti Ashtiani Raveau, Erika London Bocknek, Hiram E
Fitzgerald, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Carolyn Joy Dayton

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The Influence of Parents’ Work on Youths’ Work Valence and
Academic Success
Erik J Porfeli, Bora Lee
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Parental Occupations and Children’s Realistic Aspirations: A
Study Focused on the RIASEC Structure
Íris M Oliveira, Erik J Porfeli, Maria do Céu Taveira

(Event 1-201) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm

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African American Adolescents’ Work Ethic and its Links to
Their Psychosocial Adjustment
Bora Lee, Susan McHale

1-201. Gleaned from the Screen: Modern Media and
Adolescents’ Romantic and Sexual Relationships
Chair: Lucretia Monique Ward

(Event 1-199) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-199. The Relationship between Spatial Thinking and
Mathematics in Early Childhood
Chairs: Nora S Newcombe, Zachary Hawes

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Teen Idols: Reflections on Adolescent Celebrity Crushes in the
21st Century
Sarah Erickson

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My Sexy Tweetheart: Contributions of Traditional and Social
Media to Teen Sexual Scripts
Lucretia Monique Ward, Lauren Reed

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Pornography Use: Gender Role Strain and Performing
Masculinity
Soraya Giaccardi, Poco Kernsmith, Joanne P. Smith-Darden,
Roger Kernsmith
Sexually Explicit Internet Media Use and Later Online and
Offline Sexual Behavior Among Female Adolescents
Megan Maas, Jennie Noll

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The Role of Spontaneous Block Play on Children’s Math
Knowledge
Lori Petersen, Susan Cohen Levine

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The Relation between Space and Math: An Exploratory Factor
Analysis
Kelly Sue Mix, Susan Cohen Levine, Yiling Cheng, Christopher
J Young

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Improving Spatial Scaling in Preschool: Effects of Training and
Prior Skill
Elizabeth A Gunderson, Jamie Jirout, Nora S Newcombe

Thursday, 5:25pm-5:55pm

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(Event 1-202) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 5:25pm-5:55pm

A ‘Spatial’ Approach to Early Mathematics Instruction: Effects
of a Yearlong Intervention Study
Zachary Hawes, Joan Moss, Beverly Caswell, Sarah Naqvi,
Catherine Bruce, Tara Flynn

1-202. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Bavelier and Plass
Moderator: Rachel F Barr
Panelists: Daphne Bavelier, Jan L Plass

(Event 1-200) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 4:05pm-5:35pm
1-200. Youth Sports - A Risky Game? Examining
Variations in Youth Health Related Attitudes and
Behaviors by Sport Type
Chair: Nicole Zarrett
Discussant: Don Sabo
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Competitive sports participation and substance use among
young adults: Extending past research with a longitudinal
national sample
Philip Veliz, Deborah Kloska, Megan E. Patrick, John E
Schulenberg

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Is youth sports participation related to healthy or risky
behavioral profiles? Disentangling relations by sport type
Nicole Zarrett, Deborah Kloska, Megan E. Patrick, John E
Schulenberg

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(Event 1-203) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 5:25pm-5:55pm
1-203. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Fernald and Sebastian-Galles
Moderator: Linda B Smith
Panelists: Anne Fernald, Nuria Sebastian-Galles
Thursday, 5:45pm-7:15pm
(Event 1-204) Reception
Grand Hall (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 5:45pm-7:15pm

Physical or Visual: How do Girls Experience their Bodies
during Sports and Non-Sport Activities?
Bree D. Abbott, Bonnie L. Barber

1-204. Welcome Reception
Please join us for a fun evening of Music through the Decades. This
reception is open to all biennial meeting attendees. In addition to the
opportunity to socialize with old and new friends, there will be a
photograph booth available for creating a momento for the 2015
SRCD Biennial Meeting. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cash
bars will be available. Don't miss this!

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Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-002) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-001) Invited Symposium
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-002. Mechanisms of Critical Period Brain Development
Chair: Daphne Maurer
Speaker: Takao K. Hensch

2-001. Advancing Global Research into Positive Youth
Development
Chair: Anne C Petersen
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Positive Youth Development and Social Change: Insights and
Research Needs
Rainer K Silbereisen

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PYD during the Greek Economic Crisis: A Multilevel, Cohort,
Cross-sectional Study of Immigrant and Nonimmigrant
Adolescents
Frosso Motti

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Positive Youth Development in Latin America
Silvia Helena Koller

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Global Perspectives on Positive Youth Development:
Challenges and Opportunities
Anne C Petersen

Biography. Takao K. Hensch, PhD, is joint professor of Neurology,
Harvard Medical School at Boston Children’s Hospital, and professor
of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard’s Center for Brain
Science. After undergraduate studies with Dr. J Allan Hobson at
Harvard, he was a student of Dr. Masao Ito at the University Tokyo
(MPH) and a Fulbright fellow with Dr. Wolf Singer at the MaxPlanck Institute for Brain Research, before receiving a PhD in
neuroscience working with Dr. Michael Stryker at the University of
California, San Francisco in 1996. He then helped to launch the
RIKEN Brain Science Institute as lab head for neuronal circuit
development and served as group director (and now special advisor)
before returning to the United States in 2006.Professor Hensch has
received several honors, including the Society for Neuroscience
Young Investigator Award in both Japan (2001 Tsukahara Prize) and
the United States (2005), as well as an NIH Director’s Pioneer Award
(2007). He currently directs the NIMH Silvio O. Conte Center for
Basic Mental Health Research at Harvard. He serves on the editorial
board of various journals, including Journal of Neuroscience,Journal
of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neural
Development, Neuroscience Research,Frontiers in Neural Circuits,
and Neuron.Professor Hensch’s research focuses on critical periods in
brain development. By applying cellular and molecular biology
techniques to neural systems, his lab identified pivotal inhibitory
circuits that orchestrate structural and functional rewiring of
connections in response to early sensory experience. His work affects
not only the basic understanding of brain development, but also
therapeutic approaches to devastating cognitive disorders later in life.

Integrative Statement: This symposium will highlight some of the
research presented at the SRCD Special Topic Meeting in October
2014 in Prague, CZ, the first SRCD meeting outside North America.
The meeting featured global research on youth development in the
context of economic changes over the last decade. Of special interest
were interventions intended to support positive development in the
context of social change as well as policy that has or could make a
difference. This topic was important because youth have been
particularly hard hit by the global economic recession. Many young
people are trapped in endless cycles of unemployment or
underemployment, and often returning to education because of lack of
job opportunities. Alarmingly, increasing numbers of skilled young
graduates migrate for a better future to wealthier countries. The “brain
drain” from less wealthy societies is one of the deep wounds of the
current crisis. However, the economic crisis may also have longlasting and pervasive consequences for youth’s adaptation and
development. It thwarts the aspirations and goals for the future of
young people, and presents serious obstacles to their professional and
personal adaptation. For example, in Europe, the current cohort of
young people is referred to as “the lost generation”. The first three
presenters in this session will highlight key issues in the global
research, using their own data. The last presentation will summarize
key findings from the Prague meeting, including conclusions about
needed future research opportunities.

Abstract: A continuing debate in psychology is whether there are
critical periods (CPs) in development during which the system is most
responsive to environmental input. Recent advances in neurobiology
provide a mechanistic explanation of CPs, with the balance between
excitatory and inhibitory processes triggering the onset and molecular
brakes establishing the offset of windows of plasticity. A mechanistic
understanding of CP processes now changes the nature of the debate:
the question no longer is, “Are there CPs?” but rather what processes
open them, keep them open, close them, or allow them to be
reopened.

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(Event 2-003) Invited Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-005) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-005. Pedagogy and Ostension from Comparative and
Developmental Perspectives
Chairs: Amanda Seed, Daphna Buchsbaum

2-003. The Contributions of Bronfenbrenner’s BioEcological Model: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Chair: Pamela Morris
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Beyond the Microsystem: How Urie Bronfenbrenner Helped
Launch the Scientific Study of Adolescence
Laurence Steinberg

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Revisiting Work and Family Through Time and Space
Ann C Crouter

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From the Lab to the Contexts in which Children Live and
Grow: Historical Perspectives on the Field
Pamela Morris

Integrative Statement. Urie Bronfenbrenner’s bio-ecological model
(Bronfenbrenner & Morris, 1998; 2006) has had a profound influence
on the study of human development in context across the life course.
In this symposium, four former students of Bronfenbrenner will
present theory and findings from their own research programs over
the last decade that have been informed by this influential model, and
which, in the tradition espoused by Bronfenbrenner’s call to “science
in the discovery mode”, continue to support the evolving nature of the
model. Lawrence Steinberg, Ann Crouter, and Pamela Morris, will
each present their research efforts that have examined the
microsystem and mesosytem (Steinberg), exosystem (Crouter) and
macrosystem (Morris) components of the final iteration of the
bioecological model. They will discuss evidence for the original
tenets of the bioecological model as well as ways in which theory and
findings that have emerged over the last 10 years adapt, deepen, and
extend the model in key ways. In so doing, the panel will provide
reflections on the development of a revised “bioecological model”
that can guide the study of human development in context for the next
decade and beyond.

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Associations Between Early Parenting Behaviors and
Maltreatment
Rachel Chazan Cohen

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:Issues in Measuring Child Abuse and Neglect in Studies on
Preventive Interventions:
Jessica D Bartlett

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Effects of Ostensive Human Communication on Dog Cognition:
Errors and Successes
Zsófia Virányi, Friederike Range

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Ostensive Signals Bias Six-month-olds to Resolve the Direction
of Ambiguous Apparent Motion by Assuming Eye-like Contrast
Polarity
Mikolaj Hernik, Gergely Csibra

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How Do Manipulations of Intentionality, Pedagogy and
Causality Affect Copying Behaviour in Children and Capuchin
Monkeys?
Daphna Buchsbaum, Emma C. Tecwyn, Thomas L. Griffiths,
Alison Gopnik, Amanda Seed

2-006. Incarcerated Mothers: Parenting and Children's
Outcomes
Chairs: Sanne Hissel, Juliëtte Cassé

2-004. The Early Head Start-Child Welfare Study: LongTerm Follow up of Program Impacts, Early Parenting, and
Measurement Considerations
Chair: Catherine C. Ayoub
Discussant: Melissa Brodowski
Impacts of Early Head Start on Child Maltreatment: Outcomes
from a 13-Year Longitudinal Study
Catherine C. Ayoub, Beth L. Green

Two- and 3-Year-Olds Integrate Linguistic and Pedagogical
Cues in Making Inductive Generalizations
Lucas P Butler, Michael Tomasello

(Event 2-006) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-004) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Coparenting in Families with Incarcerated Mothers
Sanne Hissel, Peter van der Laan, Mirjam Oosterman, Carlo
Schuengel

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Anger Coping as a Protective Factor for Children with
Incarcerated Mothers Exposed to Violence
Danielle Horvath Dallaire, Janice L Zeman

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Beating the Odds? A Follow-up Study of Children of
Incarcerated Mothers
Jane Siegel

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Resilience in Parenting Self-Efficacy of Mothers with a History
of Institutionalization in Adolescence
Juliëtte Cassé, Catrin Finkenauer, Mirjam Oosterman, Victor
van der Geest, Carlo Schuengel

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(Event 2-007) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-009) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-007. The Effects of Maternal Depression on Offspring:
Complex Mechanisms of Intergenerational Transmission of
Adjustment Difficulties
Chairs: Daniel Ewon Choe, Maryna Raskin

2-009. "WEIRD" childrearing? A cross-cultural
examination of caregiver-child interaction from infancy
through early childhood
Chair: Jennifer Marie Clegg

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“WEIRD” parenting: Cultural variation in triadic infantcaregiver object exploration
Emily Elysia Little, Leslie Jeanette Carver, Cristine H. Legare

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Children's Resilience When Mothers’ Depressive Symptoms
Are High: Regulatory Processes Related to Children’s Active
Agency
NI YAN, Theodore Dix

Pedagogy and early social learning: Evidence from Yucatec
Mayan and U.S. children
Laura Shneidman, Suzanne Gaskins, Amanda Woodward

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Cultural patterns of interaction: Fluid engagement as an
ensemble versus divided activities
Barbara Rogoff, Andrew Dayton, Lucia Alcala

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Independent and Interactive Effects of Parents’ Depression and
Anxiety on Offspring Outcomes in Early Adulthood
Ben Reeb, Jonah Cox, Katherine Jewsbury Conger

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Gene–Environment Interactions Between MAOA and Maternal
Depressive Symptoms in Childhood Contribute to Young
Men’s Aggression
Daniel Ewon Choe, Daniel S. Shaw, Erika E Forbes

Putting the pieces together: A cross-cultural examination of
caregiver-child interaction during a problem-solving task
Jennifer Marie Clegg, Nicole Wen, Paige Hartman, Cristine H.
Legare

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Depression Trajectories of Antenatally Depressed and Healthy
Adolescent Mothers: Implications for Child Socioemotional
Development
Maryna Raskin, Ann Easterbrooks, Renee Lamoreau, Chie
Kotake, Jessica L Goldberg

(Event 2-010) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-008) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-010. How parenting impacts child externalizing
problems: Neurobiological and psychosocial mechanisms
Chairs: Ashlea Marie Klahr, James J Li

2-008. Applying Dissemination and Implementation
Science to Promote Child Development and Well-being on
a Public Health Scale
Chair: Keng-Yen Huang
Discussant: Theresa Betancourt
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Transporting an Evidence-Based Early Childhood Program
from a High-income to a Low-income Africa Country:
Processes and Impacts
Keng-Yen Huang, Janet Nakigudde, Esther J Calzada

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Applying an Implementation Framework to the Design of a
Parent Engagement Intervention to Improve Child Mental
Health Treatment
Rachel Haine-Schlagel, Jonathan Martinez

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Promoting High Quality Implementation of an Evidence-based
Intervention in Low-income, Urban Neighborhoods in the US
Spring R Dawson-McClure, Demy Kamboukos, Sabrina Cheng,
Erin Lashua-Shriftman, Rachelle Theise, Laurie Miller Brotman

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A prospective study of early parental alcohol consumption and
adolescent alcohol problems: Examining psychosocial
mechanisms
James J Li, Kenneth S Kendler, Danielle Dick

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Interactions of self-reported timing and tempo of puberty and
parental monitoring predict substance initiation
Kristine Marceau, Caitlin C Abar, Kristina Melia Jackson

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Consideration of parenting as a moderator of intervention
impact on child outcomes
Elizabeth C. Shelleby, Spring R Dawson-McClure, Keng-Yen
Huang, Demy Kamboukos, Rachelle Theise, Esther J Calzada,
Laurie Miller Brotman

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The association between vasopressin and youth antisocial
behavior is moderated by parent-child conflict
Ashlea Marie Klahr, Royce J Lee, C Sue Carter, Kristen
Jacobson

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(Event 2-011) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Documentation Status Concerns as a Predictor of Parent School
Involvement
Fernanda Lima Cross

2-011. Learning Collaboratives and CQI come to Early
Childhood
Chair: Kimberly Boller
Discussant: Carlos Cano

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Acculturation, Ethnic Identity and Educational Expectations
among Latino Adolescents
Saskia Boggs, Dawn Paula Witherspoon

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Racial Socialization, Racial Identity and Academic Success in
African American and Latino College Freshmen
Allana Zuckerman, Ciara P Smalls

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Ethnic Identity Affirmation as a Mediator in the DiscriminationDistress Link
Peter Kim, Ni Jian, Mayra Y Bamaca-Colbert

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Indirect Effect of Racial Discrimination on College GPA
Through Educational Expectations
Dominique Thomas, Ciara P Smalls

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Innovations to Promote Healthy Weight: Applying Continuous
Improvement Methods to Build Bridges from the Clinic to the
Community
Marianne McPherson, Shikha Anand, Charles Homer

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A Breakthrough Series Collaborative to Support TraumaInformed Practice in Early Childhood Programs
Anne L. Douglass

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Improving Child Outcomes: A CQI Learning Collaborative
among Public Preschools in Chile
MaryCatherine Arbour, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Ernesto Trevino
Villareal, Francis Romina Duran Mellado, Francisca Romo,
Felipe Godoy Ossa

(Event 2-014) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-014. Peers and Disruptive Behavior in Children and
Adolescents: Three Different Types of Gene-Environment
Interactions
Chair: Luc G Goossens
Discussant: Mara Brendgen

(Event 2-012) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-012. Improving School Readiness through Preschool
Curricula: Roles of Curricula Type, Coaching,
Instructional Practices, and Scale-Up
Chair: Elizabeth T. Gershoff
Discussant: Dale C Farran

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Can Peer Group Norms Moderate Genetic Risk for Aggressive
Frank Vitaro, Mara Brendgen, Alain Girard, Michel Boivin,
Ginette Dionne, Richard E Tremblay

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Externalizing Problems in Adolescence: Peer Acceptance and
Rejection Interacting with DAT1 and DRD4 Genes
Annelies Janssens, Steven De Laet, Luc G Goossens, Wim Van
den Noortgate, Hilde Colpin, Karine Verschueren, Stephan
Claes, Karla Van Leeuwen
DRD4, Peer Social Preference, and Children’s Behavior: A
Longitudinal Test of the Differential Susceptibility Hypothesis
Marieke (J.M.) Buil, Hans M Koot, Pol van Lier

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Boosting School Readiness with Preschool Curricula and
Quality
Greg J Duncan, Jade V Marcus Jenkins, Anamarie Auger,
Margaret Burchinal, Thurston Domina, Marianne Bitler

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Instructional Quality and Child Outcome Changes in
Community-Based Prekindergarten After a Coaching and
Curriculum Intervention
Monica S Yudron, Christina J Weiland, Jason Sachs

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Increasing Children Vocabulary through Teacher Professional
Development: Findings from an Effective Language
Intervention
Emily Keller Snell, Annemarie H Hindman, Barbara A. Wasik

(Event 2-015) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-015. Longitudinal Methods for the Study of SelfRegulation and Its Development
Chairs: Santiago Morales, Pamela M Cole
Discussant: Nilam Ram

(Event 2-013) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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2-013. Culturally Bound: Acculturation, Racial-Ethnic
Socialization and Ethnic Identity Influences on Parenting
and Youth Development
Chairs: Dawn Paula Witherspoon, Mayra Y Bamaca-Colbert
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Examining Changes in Cultural Socialization among Latino
Immigrant Families: The Importance of Acculturation and
Discrimination
Sakshi Bhargava, Mayra Y Bamaca-Colbert, Dawn Paula
Witherspoon, Eva Pomerantz, Richard Whitney Robins

The Utility of Unified Structural Equation Modeling (uSEM)
for the Study of Regulation and Dysregulation of Fear
Santiago Morales, Elizabeth Ann Shewark, Adriene M. Beltz,
Peter Molenaar, Kristin A Buss

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Advantages and Limitations of the State Space Grid Method for
the Study of Parent-Child Coregulation
Erika S. Lunkenheimer, Tom Hollenstein

(Event 2-018) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Child Emotional Responses to Parent Discipline: An
Application of Multivariate, Multilevel Survival Analysis
Jim Snyder

2-018. Exploring Cultural Factors in Parenting & Child
Development
Chair: Mia A. Smith-Bynum
Discussant: Enrique W Neblett

(Event 2-016) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-016. Socialization of Emotion within the Best Friend
Social Context in Early Adolescence
Chair: Janice L Zeman
Discussant: Bonnie Klimes-Dougan
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Emotional Competence and Co-rumination within Early
Adolescent Friendships: Implications for Emotion Socialization
Sarah Borowski, Janice L Zeman

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Peer Emotion Socialization and Emotional Distress in Middle
School Children: Differences by Child Gender
Rachel Lynn Miller, Bryce Riley, Julie C Dunsmore

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A Latent Class Analysis of Coping Socialization in African
American Families
Noni K Gaylord-Harden, Emma-Lorraine Bart-Plange, Grace
Jhe Bai, Latriece Clark

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Multidimensional Parenting as a Context for Maternal Cultural
Socialization in Middle Childhood
Ciara P Smalls

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Exploring African American Fathers’ Concerted Parenting
Efforts: Implications for Adolescent Adjustment
Shauna M Cooper

(Event 2-019) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

Emotion Talk, Friendship, and Anxiety among Early
Adolescents
John-Paul Legerski, Bridget Kathleen Biggs, Andrea Follmer
Greenhoot

2-019. Continuing to Strengthen Connections:The
Intersection of Child Development Research with Policy
and Practice at the Federal Level
Chairs: Nina M Philipsen Hetzner, Mary Elizabeth Meloy
Moderator: Lindsey A Hutchison

(Event 2-017) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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2-017. When Interventions Alter Peer Relationship
Dynamics: The Positive Impact on Child and Adolescent
Adjustment
Chair: Dawn DeLay
Discussant: William M Bukowski

Continuing to Strengthen Connections: From the Federal Policy
Perspective
Linda Smith

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Continuing to Strengthen Connections: From the Federal
Research Perspective
Ivelisse M Martinez-Beck

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Continuing to Strengthen Connections: From the Academic
Research Perspective
Deborah A Phillips

Promoting Positive Peer Relationships and School Success in
Elementary School: Efficacy of the Sanford Harmony Program
Cindy Faith Miller, Karen P. Kochel, Lorey A Wheeler,
Kimberly Updegraff, Richard A Fabes, Carol L Martin, Laura
D Hanish

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Unintended Impacts of MyTeachingPartner-Secondary:
Increasing Positive Peer Interactions in the Classroom
Christopher A Hafen, Amori Mikami, Anne Gregory, Erik
Ruzek, Joseph P Allen

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Malleability of Friend Selection and the Effect on Problem
Behavior: A Social Network Analysis of a Randomized
Intervention Study
Dawn DeLay, Thao Ha, Mark J. Van Ryzin, Charlotte Winter,
Thomas J Dishion

Integrative Statement: This session will focus on the intersection of
child development research with policy and practice on the federal
level. Our goal is to continue the conversation from the Strengthening
Connections Among Child and Family Research, Policy, and Practice
SRCD Special Topic meeting last spring by examining the ways in
which policy-relevant research contributes to federal program
development and improvement. Specifically, presenters will consider
ways in which researchers can forge collaborations with federal
policy makers through the use of available data, applying for funding
opportunities, participating in federal initiatives, and conducting
research with specific policy implications.

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(Event 2-020) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-022) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-020. Promoting Social and Emotional Learning
Environments through Early Childhood Educators
Chair: Cynthia K. Buettner

2-022. Finding Common Ground: Three Approaches
Highlighting the Importance of Interaction in Early
Language Development
Chair: Patricia Zukow-Goldring
Discussant: Eve V Clark

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1. Early Childhood Educators’ Social and Emotional Capacity:
Findings from a Systematic Meta-Analysis
Cynthia K. Buettner, Lieny Jeon, Eun Hye Hur

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Early Childhood Educators’ Social and Emotional Capacity:
Findings from a National Survey of Early Childhood Educators
in the US
Eun Hye Hur, Lieny Jeon, Cynthia K. Buettner

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Child-care Chaos and Teachers’ Emotional Responses to
Children: Mediation through Teachers’ Emotion Regulation and
Coping
Lieny Jeon, Cynthia K. Buettner, Eun Hye Hur

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What Are We Teaching the Teachers: Child Development
Curricula in US Higher Education
David W Andrews, Cynthia K. Buettner, Eun Hye Hur, Lieny
Jeon

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Words, Pauses, and Boundaries in Child-Directed Speech
Eon-Suk Ko, Eun-Sol Kim, Byung-Tak Zhang

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Why Synchrony Matters in Early Infant Word Learning: How
Show Gestures Direct Gaze and Stoke Arousal
Nancy de Villiers Rader, Patricia Zukow-Goldring

2-023. Defining and Measuring Bullying
Moderator: Anthony A Volk
Panelists: Shelley C Hymel, Rene Veenstra, Wendy Craig,
Dorothy Lynn Espelage

2-021. Early Childhood Intervention and Adult Health:
Main Effects and Mechanisms in Three Longitudinal
Studies
Chair: Arthur Reynolds

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The Role of Caregiver Responsiveness in Early Language
Development: Evidence from Video and LENA™ Recordings
Michelle McGillion, Jane Herbert, Julian Pine, Marilyn M
Vihman, Tamar Keren-Portnoy, Rory DePaolis, Danielle
Matthews

(Event 2-023) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-021) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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(Event 2-024) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

Adult Health and Education as Functions of the Abecedarian
Early Childhood Program
Frances A Campbell, Elizabeth Puhn Pungello, YI PAN

2-024. From Legos to Romantic Partners, Controlling
Resources Across Development
Chair: Andrew Robert Bower
Discussant: Patricia H Hawley

Developmental Pathways from Preschool to High School
Completion and Early Adult Health Outcomes in the Context of
Early Stressors
Alison Sara Giovanelli, Michelle M Englund, Suh-Ruu Ou,
Arthur Reynolds
Effects of a Model Preschool on Participants’ Lifetime
Education and Health
Lawrence J. Schweinhart

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Social defense, resource control, and social competence in
childhood: An evolutionary analysis
Meredith J Martin, Patrick Davies, Jesse L Coe, Dante
Cicchetti

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Moderating the associations between resource control behaviors
and popularity in girls and boys from Colombia and Canada
Jonathan Bruce Santo, Shari Mayman, Luz Stella Lopez,
William M Bukowski

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Is Peer Social Status an Index of Romantic Partner Quality?
Andrew Robert Bower, Siwei Liu, Adrienne Nishina

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(Event 2-025) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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The Effect of Executive Function and Parent “Math Talk” on
Children’s Mathematics Skills in Low-Income Chilean Families
Julia Lindsey, Diana Leyva

2-025. Motivational and Emotional Predictors of Academic
Achievement and Development for Ethnic Minority
Students
Chairs: Colleen O'Neal, Allan L Wigfield
Discussant: Beth E Kurtz-Costes

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Do maternal practices mediate the relation between maternal
education and early literacy skills in Chilean low SES
population?
Susana Mendive, María Rosa Lissi, Roger Bakeman, Adriana
Reyes

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Grit and Emotional Supports of Literacy Skills among LowIncome, Minority Elementary School Students
Lynsey Weston, Ranga Atapattu, Meghan Green, Benjamin
Perlow, Colleen O'Neal, Jade Wexler

(Event 2-028) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Relations of African American Early Adolescents’ Reading
Motivation and Comprehension Over Time
Amy N. Ho, Allan L Wigfield

2-028. Beyond Book-Reading: Promoting Vocabulary
Development Through Innovative Activities
Chair: Tamara Spiewak Toub

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Supporting College Aspirations among Latino Youth
Laura K. Maurizi, Traci M Kennedy, Rosario Ceballo

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Playing to Learn: How Book-Reading + Guided Play can
Improve Vocabulary for Low-Income Preschoolers
Brenna Hassinger-Das, Tamara Spiewak Toub, Hande Ilgaz,
Deena Skolnick Weisberg, Kimberly Turner Nesbitt, Molly
Fuller Collins, Jessica Eye, Elizabeth Burke Hadley, Bretta L.
Rivera, Katherine Newman, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M
Golinkoff, David K Dickinson, Ageliki Nicolopoulou

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Fostering Conceptual Word Knowledge in Preschoolers
Through Informational Books and Play
Elizabeth Burke Hadley, David K Dickinson, Kathryn A HirshPasek, Roberta M Golinkoff

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The Promise of Living Books for Narrowing the Gap in Early
Literacy Skills
Adriana Bus, Rachel Dominique Plak, Inge Merkelbach,
Carienke Kegel

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Examining Adult-Child Dialogue Strategies During Center
Time That Promote Vocabulary Development in Children
Barbara A. Wasik, Annemarie H Hindman, Emily Keller Snell

(Event 2-026) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-026. Expanding Our Conceptions of Interparental
Conflict as a Risk Process: Cascade Models for Child and
Adolescent Development.
Chair: Gregory M Fosco
Discussant: Martha J Cox
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Cascade Model of Early Childhood Inter-parental Relationship
Satisfaction, Parent-Child Conflict, and School-Aged Conduct
Problems
Chelsea M Weaver, Stephanie L Sitnick, Lindsay Elizabeth
Taraban, Daniel S. Shaw, Thomas J Dishion, Melvin N Wilson
Cascading Effects of Interparental Conflict: Implications for
Adolescent Substance Use
Gregory M Fosco, Mark Ethan Feinberg

(Event 2-029) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

Children’s Vulnerability to Parental Conflict: Cascading
Processes of Emotional Insecurity and Disrupted Friendship
Affiliation
Patrick Davies, Meredith J Martin, E. Mark Cummings

2-029. Examining the importance of physiological selfregulation for parent-child processes across the spectrum
of risk
Chair: Elizabeth A. Skowron
Discussant: Paul David Hastings

(Event 2-027) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-027. Parent-child Interactions and Children’s School
Readiness in Chile and the U.S.
Chair: Maria Ines Susperreguy
Discussant: Natasha Cabrera
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Mother-child Naturalistic Conversations about Math during the
Preschool Years: Frequency and Length of “Math Talk”
Maria Ines Susperreguy, Pamela Davis-Kean

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Child Maltreatment (CM) Moderates Growth Models of Dyadic
Positive Synchrony and Maternal Parasympathetic Tone
Ryan Jeffrey Giuliano, Elizabeth A. Skowron, Elliot Berkman

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Latent profiles of dyadic synchrony, rupture and repair predict
children’s RSA and inhibitory control
Elizabeth A. Skowron, Atika Khurana, Lisa Kopp

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Physiological Interdependence and Emotion Regulation in
Mother-Child Dyads
Jonathan Helm, Jonas G Miller, Sarah Kahle, Kimberly
Trumbull Kendziora, Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, Carolyn ZahnWaxler, Paul David Hastings

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(Event 2-030) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-030. Domain-Specific and Domain-General Determinants
of Adolescent Risk-Taking
Chair: Kinga Morsanyi
Discussant: Antonius H. N. Cillessen
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Risk-Taking Across Adolescence: A Domain-Specific
Approach
Anna van Duijvenvoorde, Neeltje Blankenstein, Elke Weber,
Bernd Figner

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Developmental Changes in Risky Decisions: Evidence from the
Columbia Card Task, Delay Discounting and the Hungry
Donkey Task
Kinga Morsanyi

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How much Gambling-Related Cognitive Distortions Matter in
Explaining Problem Gambling Behavior in Adolescents?
Caterina Primi, Francesca Chiesi, MARIA ANNA DONATI

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The Attention-Directing Power of Words Begins with the CoOccurrence of Hands, Eyes, and Words
Linda B Smith, Chen Yu

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Simulating Classification of Face Race by Infants: Similarities
and Differences Between Model and Infant Looking
Performance
Benjamin Balas, Paul C Quinn

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Age-Related Changes in Performance on an Emotional Priming
Visual Search Task
Sara Haas, Dima Amso, Nathan A Fox

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The Role of Nonverbal Communication in Guiding Early
Attention
Joseph M Burling, Hanako Yoshida

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To Hear and to Hold: Maternal Naming and Infant Object
Exploration
Lucas Chang, Kaya Anna de Barbaro, Gedeon O Deak

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Nonverbal Cues to Parent Naming and to Child Learning: Are
they One and the Same?
Sumarga H Suanda, Linda B Smith, Chen Yu

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Lexical-Dominance, Multimodal Motherese, and Infant Verb
Learning
Lakshmi J Gogate, Maganti Madhavilatha

2-034. Humor serves two social functions: communication
and learning.
Chair: Rana Esseily

2-032. Challenges and Innovations in the Study of the
Anxiety-Related Threat Bias in Childhood
Chair: Tracy A. Dennis
Discussant: Tracy A. Dennis
Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Capturing Attention
Bias from Infancy to Late Childhood
Kristin A Buss, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

Internalizing Symptoms and Cognitive Skill Interventions for
At-Risk Children; Relationships based on Foster Care and SES
Leslie Roos, Richard Lee Bryck, Sonya Violet Troller-Renfree,
Philip Andrew Fisher

(Event 2-034) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-032) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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2-033. More than Words: How Nonverbal Signals Help
Shape Early Language Development
Chair: Sumarga H Suanda

2-031. General and Specific Influences on Learning in
Infancy
Chair: Lisa Sarah Scott
Discussant: Richard N Aslin
Generalized Learning After Novel Object Training in Infancy
Lisa Sarah Scott, Eswen Elizabeth Fava

You’re Always on My Mind: Biobehavioral Processes
Underlying Attention Bias Modification for Anxiety
Tracy A. Dennis, Laura OToole, Samantha Berthod, Sarah
Babkirk

(Event 2-033) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-031) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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The clown ‘knows’: Humor perception from 5-to-7 months
reveals infants’ early social expectations.
Gina Mireault, Susan C Crockenberg, Christine Petinatto,
Kassandra Cousineau

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Toddlers distinguish joking and pretending
Elena Hoicka, Catriona Martin

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Timing and laughter in peekaboo play between 4 and 5 months
Maya Gratier, Emmanuel Devouche, Anne Bonin-Bègue

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Laughing babies can do it!
Rana Esseily, Lauriane Rat-Fischer, Kevin O''Regan,
Jacqueline Fagard

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(Event 2-035) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Adolescent Poverty and Adult Allostatic Load: Predictors of
Long-Term Health Outcomes
Natalie Troxel, Paul David Hastings, Jonathan Helm

2-035. Development of Relational and Higher-Order
Thinking in Context
Chairs: Lindsey Engle Richland, Nina Simms

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Socioeconomic Disadvantage in Childhood and Depression in
Adolescence: The Role of Reward-Related Brain Function
Erika E Forbes, Amanda E Guyer, Sarah Romens, Alison E
Hipwell, Kathryn E Keenan

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Relational and Higher-Order Thinking in Early Parent-Child
Talk
Cassie Freeman, Rebecca Frausel, Lindsey Engle Richland,
Susan Cohen Levine, Susan Goldin-Meadow

(Event 2-038) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

Relationships Between Early Bilingualism and Relational
Reasoning
K. S. Richard Wong, Conrad Perry, Lindsey Engle Richland,
Keith J. Holyoak

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Selective Pedagogy: Children Choose the Best Comparison to
Teach Others
Stella Christie, David Fialkow, Wynter Lastarria

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How do Different Views of Objects Relate? Children’s
Understanding of Representations of Conventions
Jean-Michel Boucheix, Rik Lowe, Jean-Pierre Thibaut

2-038. In search of a consensus: Addressing key issues in
the study of self-regulation in childhood and adolescence
Moderator: Steinunn Gestsdottir
Panelists: Richard M Lerner, Megan M McClelland, Kristin L
Moilanen, G. John Geldhof
(Event 2-039) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-039. Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Adult
Cognition, Health Biomarkers and Health Risk Behaviors
Chair: Sara R Jaffee
Discussant: Isabelle Ouellet-Morin

(Event 2-036) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-036. No developmental psychology without recapitulation
theory
Chair: Frank S Kessel
Discussant: Stephen A Lassonde
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The Jena story
Willem Koops

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The Clark Story
Christopher Green

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The Geneva-Paris Story
Paul Harris

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Childhood bullying victimization predicts adult risk factors for
age-related disease in a 5-decade longitudinal British cohort
Louise Arseneault, Ryu Takizawa, Barbara Maughan

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Pathways from Early Adversity to Health Risk Behaviors: The
Mediating Role of Adolescents’ Expectations for the Future
Lauren Brumley, Sara R Jaffee

2-040. Adversity and Executive Function in Low and
Middle Income Countries: Establishing Associations and
Potential Pathways
Chairs: Margaret A. Sheridan, Jelena Obradovic

2-037. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Contributions
of Economic Stress and Biology to Developmental
Outcomes
Chairs: Amanda E Guyer, Kristina Gelardi

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Child maltreatment and IQ decline into adult life
Andrea Danese

(Event 2-040) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-037) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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The Kids Will Be Alright: Long Term Effects of “Growing Up”
During a Recession
Marianne Page, Xiaohan Zhang
Children's Family Income and Number of Siblings Relate to
Later Educational Attainment
Jonah Cox, Katherine Jewsbury Conger

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Stimulation, Health and Cognitive Development: Identifying
Mechanisms Underlying Socioeconomic Disparities in Zambia
Dana Charles McCoy, Stephanie Simmons Zuilkowski, Gunther
Fink

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Effects of Family Context on Executive Functioning in
Disadvantaged Children Living in Rural Pakistan
Jelena Obradovic, Ximena A. Portilla, Muneera A Rasheed,
Uzma Memon, Nicole Tirado-Strayer, Aisha Khizar Yousafzai
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Adversity and Cognitive Functioning Among Marginalized
Youth: The Effects of Acute and Early Adversity in Liberian
Males
Carmel Salhi, Christopher Blattman, Julian Jamison, Margaret
A. Sheridan

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Learning about mental states through analogical comparison
Christian Hoyos, Dedre Gentner

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Variability in Preschoolers’ Cognitive Search
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz

Early exposure to poverty and cognitive function in early
adolescence, a longitudinal follow up of the Young Lives
Sample in Peru.
Margaret A. Sheridan, Amar Hamoudi, Alan Sanchez, Sofya
Krutikov

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Children’s Learning as Theory-guided Stochastic Search
Tomer Ullman, Joshua Tenenbaum

(Event 2-044) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-041) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-044. Influencing Friends and Resisting Their Influence:
Moderators of Deviant Peer Selection and Socialization
Chair: William J. Burk

2-041. Coming of age: Recent progress and future
opportunities for early care and education
Moderator: Jessica Harding
Panelists: Joan Lombardi, Lea Austin, Kelly Maxwell

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Is Delinquent Behavior Contagious? Adolescents’
Susceptibility to Friends’ Delinquent Behavior Depends on
Their Personality Traits
Meike Slagt, Judith Semon Dubas, Maja Dekovic, Gerbert J. T.
Haselager, Marcel van Aken

(Event 2-042) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Social Status as a Moderator of Selection and Socialization of
Adolescent Externalizing and Internalizing Behavior
William J. Burk, Antonius H. N. Cillessen

2-042. Close Relationships with Parents and Friends as
Contexts for the Development of Empathy and Prosocial
Behavior in Adolescence
Chair: Rhiannon L. Smith

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The Role of Adolescents with a Childhood-Onset of Antisocial
Behavior in the Spread of Risk Behavior in Adolescent Peer
Networks
Aart Franken, Zeena Harakeh, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christian
Steglich, Wilma A.M. Vollebergh

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Empathetic Distress and Empathetic Joy in Adolescent
Friendships
Rhiannon L. Smith

(Event 2-045) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

Relative Effects of Autonomy Support Provided by Mothers,
Fathers and Best Friends on Adolescents’ Empathy and
Prosocial Behavior
Jolien Van der Graaff, Gustavo Carlo, Minet de Wied, Wim
Meeus, Susan J.T. Branje

2-045. Capturing Contextual Triggers of Adolescent
Psychopathology and Health-Risk Behaviors Using Mobile
Technologies
Chair: Candice L Odgers
Discussant: Marion K. Underwood

Independent and Interdependent Self-Construals and Prosocial
Behavior Towards Kin, Friends, and Strangers in US and Indian
Youth
Alexandra Nicole Davis, Gustavo Carlo, Duane Rudy,
Shanmukh V. Kamble
Positive Parenting and Adolescents’ Prosocial Behavior Toward
Mothers, Fathers, and Strangers: Mediation Though Prosocial
Efficacy
Mary B Eberly Lewis

(Event 2-043) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am
2-043. Knowledge From Nowhere: How Thinking Leads to
Learning in Childhood
Chair: Caren M. Walker
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Achieving abstraction through explanation
Caren M. Walker, Tania Lombrozo, Alison Gopnik

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Adolescents with the DRD4-7R Allele are More Reactive to
Substance Use Exposure: Evidence for a GxE in Daily Life
Michael Arthur Russell, Victor Wang, Candice L Odgers

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Violence exposure in daily life triggers obesity-risk behaviors
Joy Piontak, Michael Arthur Russell, Victor Wang, Candice L
Odgers

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Adolescents’ Mental Health Symptoms and Technology
Impairment in Daily Life
Madeleine George, Michael Arthur Russell, Victor Wang,
Candice L Odgers

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(Event 2-046) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-048) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

2-046. Developmental and Social-Ecological Perspectives
on Children, Political Violence and Armed Conflict
Chairs: E. Mark Cummings, Eric F Dubow

2-048. Maternal perinatal depression and antidepressant
exposure: Pathways to infant neurobehavioral
dysregulation
Chair: Sherryl H Goodman
Discussant: Tim F Oberlander

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Emotional Insecurity about the Community as a Within-Person
Mediator of Relations between Political Violence and Child
Adjustment
E. Mark Cummings, Christine Elizabeth Merrilees, Laura K.
Taylor, Marcie C Goeke-Morey, Peter Shirlow
Processes that Mediate the Relation between Youths’ Exposure
to Violence in the Middle East and their Subsequent Aggression
Rowell Huesmann, Eric F Dubow, Paul Boxer, Simha Landau,
Shira Dvir Gvirsman, Khalil Shikaki
Coping, collective efficacy and mental health outcomes among
Sierra Leonean war-affected youth: a social-ecological
perspective
Manasi Sharma, Robert Brennan, Theresa Betancourt

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Child Sex Moderates the Effect of Maternal Psychotropic
Medication Use on Fetal Neurobehavioral Development
Hanna Catharina Gustafsson, Zachary N. Stowe, D. Jeffrey
Newport, Lee Seonjoo, Tianshu Feng, Bettina T. Knight, Natalie
Morris, Catherine Monk

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Maternal perinatal depressive disorder: Prenatal programming
of maternal and neonatal cortisol (dys)regulation
Laura R Stroud, Margaret H Bublitz, Stephanie H Parade,
Alison J. McCallum

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Prenatal antidepressants, perinatal depression, and serotonin
transporter genotype interact to predict infant temperament
Meaghan McCallum, Sherryl H Goodman, Joseph F. Cubells,
Adriana Lori, D. Jeffrey Newport, Zachary N. Stowe

Enhancing the academic and psychosocial development of
children in conflict-affected countries: Lessons from the DRC
J. Lawrence Aber, Catalina E Torrente, Jeannie Annan, Anjuli
Shivshanker, Brian Johnston, Leighann Starkey, Edward
Seidman, Sharon Wolf, Peter Halpin, Carly Tubbs

Friday, 8:30am-9:45am
(Event 2-047) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 2-049) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 8:30am-9:45am

2-047. "Language in the Eye of the Beholder" - Social
Preferences in Bilingual Children
Chair: W. Quin Yow

2-049. Poster Session 5

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Bilingual Children Prefer Familiar Native Accents to Familiar
Foreign Accents
Katherine D. Kinzler, Jasmine DeJesus, Jocelyn B Dautel,
Hyesung Grace Hwang

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Understanding the Perception of Accented Speech: Children’s
Sensitivity to Language-specific Acoustic Cues
Cynthia Blanco, Colin J. Bannard

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Exposure Matters: Children's Willingness to Learn from
Speakers of Familiar and Unfamiliar Languages
Dolly Rojo, Catharine H. Echols

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Bilingual Children’s Social Preferences Towards People Who
Code-Mix in Two Languages
W. Quin Yow, Xiaoqian Li

Attention, Learning, Memory

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1

Relationship between Infant Attention and Temperament and
Early Childhood Executive Function
Misha L LaPlante, Amanda S Hodel, Kate L Senich, Marianne
T Friesen, Julie Markant, Kathleen M Thomas

2

Neural Correlates of Mindfulness and Executive Function
Training in Internationally Adopted Children
Elisa Esposito, Jamie Lawler, Colleen Doyle, Megan R Gunnar

3

Differentiating the Unique Executive Contribution to Dual
Tasking in School-Aged Children Born Very Preterm
Louise Delane, Donna M Bayliss, Catherine Campbell, Corinne
Reid, Noel French, Mike Anderson

4

Implicit rule induction in monolingual and bilingual children
Kimberly Crespo, Margarita Kaushanskaya

5

Spaced Cognitive Training Promotes Transfer in Children
Zuowei Wang, Priti Shah

6

A Non-Linear Relationship Between Fixation Time And
Subsequent Visual Discrimination Learning
D. Wayne Wayne Mitchell, Nonah Olesen, Kirsty M Kulhanek

7

A Novel Step Towards Building an Ecological Process Model
of the Intergenerational Transmission of Working Memory
Jennifer H Suor, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Michael A Skibo,
Caryn Stark

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8

Larger Right Orbital Frontal Cortex Volume Predicts Better
Inhibitory Control
Sarah Mailander Dyer, Sylvia Elaine Lee, Sarah Vadnais,
Jordan Constance, Michelle Kibby

23

Sociometric Status Predicts Diurnal Cortisol Patterns in Early
Childhood
Tessa Kehoe, Stephanie H Parade, Alison Leslie Miller, Robin
L Locke Arkerson, Laura R Stroud, Ronald Seifer

9

Singing to the Self: The Role of Singing and Private Speech in
Executive Function
Christopher Jordan Thibodeaux, Allison M Bock, Adam Winsler

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10

Do working memory and inhibition explain toddlers' ability to
verbally update mental representations?
Begum Ozdemir, Heather Gallant, Patricia A Ganea

Thinking About Stress in Adolescence: An Experimental Study
of Cognitive-Affective Strategy Use and Biological Stress
Reactivity
Anna E Johnson, Evan J Myers

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Cognitive Processes

Social Cognitions and Externalizing Behavior in Children With
Low Cognitive Functioning
Hilde Schuiringa, Maroesjka Maroesjka Van Nieuwenhuijzen,
Bram Orobio de Castro, Maaike Van Rest, Aart Vriens, Petri
J.C.M. Embregts, Walter Matthys

12

Benefits of naps on procedural memories in preschool children
are evident after overnight sleep
Phillip Desrochers, Laura Kurdziel, Rebecca Spencer

13

Transitional Probability Versus Chunking Processes in Infants’
and Adults’ Visual Statistical Learning
Lauren Krogh Krogh Slone, Scott P Johnson

14

Comparison of incidental vs intentional source memory in
young children: Evidence from ERPs
Alison Marie Robey, Tracy Riggins

16

Relations between hippocampal functional connectivity during
rest and memory performance in 5- to 8-year-old children
Tracy Riggins, Sarah Louise Blankenship, Katherine Leppert,
Louis Marti, Jonathan Segars, Alison Gruber, Lea Rose
Dougherty

Biological Processes
17

Neurodevelopmental Correlates of Executive Functioning in
Preschool Aged Children
Nicole Bardikoff, Mark Alan Sabbagh, Lindsay Caroline
Bowman

25

Real or Not? Informativeness Influences Children’s Reality
Status Judgments
Rebecca Dore, Vikram K Jaswal, Angeline Lillard

26

Relations between Religiosity and Fantasy during Childhood
and Adulthood
Melissa McInnis Brown, Karrie Elpers, Ansley Gilpin

27

Children's Explanations for Mundane, Improbable, and
Impossible events
Jacqueline D Woolley, Irene Rosalia Rodriguez, Erin Andrews,
Amanda B Proctor

28

Mom versus God: Christian and Muslim Children’s
Understanding of Psychological, Biological, and Physical
Properties
Anondah R Saide, Nicholas John Shaman, Insia Hirawala,
Rebekah A. Richert

29

Statistical learning in the action system revealed via eventrelated brain potentials
Claire Monroy, Katharina Kaduk, Sarah A Gerson, Sabine
Hunnius, Vincent Reid

30

Learning Patterns from Directed and Neutral Exposure
Molly Yunker, Annie Elizabeth Riggs, Carol Coutinho, Alyssa
Braun, Charles Kalish

31

Belief Revision and Argumentation from Evidence in
Preschoolers
Özgün Köksal-Tuncer, Beate Sodian

18

Why Does Gesture Facilitate Learning? An Investigation of the
Underlying Neural Mechanism
Elizabeth Wakefield, Eliza Congdon, Miriam A Novack, Susan
Goldin-Meadow, Karin James

32

Generic language interferes with children’s use of observed
probabilities in their causal judgments
Tamar Kushnir, Alexandra Was, Mariel Schneider, Madeline
Farber, Susan A Gelman

19

Metacognitive scaffolding during executive attention training
enhances brain processes related to inhibitory control in
children
J. Paul Pozuelos, Lina M. Cómbita, Alicia Abundis-Gutiérrez,
Kepa Paz-Alonso, M. Rosario Rueda

33

How Qualities of Data and Instruction Affect Children’s
Learning
Jordan Thevenow-Harrison, Charles Kalish, Marjorie Rhodes

34

Children Prefer Diverse Samples for Inductive Reasoning in the
Social Domain
Alexander Noyes, Stella Christie

35

Future Expectations as a Mediating Factor in the Relation
Between Early Family Environment and Adolescent
Externalizing Behavior
Lia O'Brien, Marion O'Brien

36

Time Perspective and Well-being: Adolescents who talk with
Peers about the Past, Present, and Future are Physically
Healthier
Alyssa L. Youngquist, Christina Marquez, Victoria C. Paoloni,
Erica Beth Walker, Zena R. Mello

20

Plasticity of Active Retrieval Development: Effect of Musical
Practice
france simard, Genevieve Cadoret

21

Interhemispheric Transfer of Visual Information at 4 Months
Riku Moriguchi, Kristen Woo, Marc H Bornstein, Clay Mash

22

Neural response to high- and low- intensity emotional facial
expressions across the first two decades of life
Rhiannon J Luyster, Charles A. Nelson

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Time Perspective and Well-Being: Adolescents who discuss the
Past, Present and Future with their Parents are Physically
Healthier
Christina Marquez, Alyssa L. Youngquist, Victoria C. Paoloni,
Erica Beth Walker, Zena R. Mello

51

Executive Function Deficits in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Meta-Analysis
Danielle Kingdon, Christopher Cardoso, Jennifer McGrath

52

Self-Regulation, ADHD Symptoms and Conduct Problems:
Executive Functions, Emotion Regulation and Attachment
Disorganization
Tommie Forslund, Karin C. Brocki, Gunilla Bohlin, Pehr
Granqvist, Lilianne Eninger

38

Planning actions: “End-state comfort” in children’s tool use
David Comalli, Rachel Keen, Evelyn Abraham, Victoria Jade
Foo, Karen E Adolph

39

Exploring exploration: The relation between infants’
exploratory play and developmental outcomes
Paul Muentener, Elise Herrig, Laura E Schulz

53

Exergame Play's Impact on Executive Functioning At A
Summer Camp For Children With Developmental Disorders.
Rachel Flynn, Rebekah A. Richert, Nirmaliz Colon

40

Do Working Memory and Short-Term Memory contribute to
the prediction of Intelligence in 9-Year-Old and 11-Year-Old
Children?
Eva Aeschlimann, Claudia M. Roebers, Annik E. Voelke

54

41

Parent's Spatial Abilities Predictive of Young Children's
General Intelligence
Joanna Zambrzycka, Donna Kotsopoulos, Joanne N. Lee,
Samantha Makosz

The Impact of Attention Disturbance and Language Impairment
on Reading Comprehension in School–Aged Children with
ASD
Nancy Calhoun McIntyre, Peter C Mundy, Marjorie Solomon,
Tasha Oswald, Lindsay Swain-Lerro, Stephanie Novotny

55

Academic Success Groups for Adolescents with ADHD
Leanne Tamm, Aaron Vaughn, Molly Leavitt, Richard E.A.
Loren, Heather A. Ciecielski, Amie W Duncan, Tanya
Froehlich, Jessica Cyran

56

Generalization impairments in Autism Spectrum Disorder can
be demonstrated using an experimental problem solving task
Ashley B de Marchena, Inge-Marie Eigsti, Benjamin Yerys

57

Speech Preferences in 5-month-olds At Risk for Autism
Jennifer Ference, Suzanne Curtin, Athena Vouloumanos, Amy
Yamashiro, Andrea Sorcinelli

58

Understanding Effects of a Parent-implemented Communication
Intervention: Case Studies of Two Children with Autism
Moon Chung, Melinda R Snodgrass, Hedda MeadanKaplansky, Yusuf Akamoglu, James W Halle

59

Delaying instruction improves third-grade children’s knowledge
of decimals
Abbey Loehr, Bethany RittleJohnson

Temporal Synchrony in the Processing of Social Stimuli:
Bimodal Integration in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Jacqueline Beatch, Lisa Henkel, Suzanne Curtin

60

Hand over Foot: Differences in Bimanual and Bipedal
Coordination in Children
Jennifer Ducz, Sarah Berger, Brian Chin

Behavior problems and learning difficulties in children with
Specific Language Impairment
Bettina Janke, Elisa Becker, Katherine Teichert

61

Does Inhibitory Control Promote Spatial Reasoning in
Preschoolers?
Leigh Spivey, Amy Joh

Development of Single Word Reading Skills in German
Children With and Without Reading Difficulties
Claudia Schmidt, Jenny Busch, Dietmar Grube

Developmental Psychopathology

42

Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical
structure of visual vs. auditory sets
Julien Marie, Lucie Martin, aurelie coubart, Lola de Hevia,
arlette streri, veronique izard

43

The role of symbolic number representation in developing a full
understanding of the successor function.
Arnaud Viarouge, Cassandra Potier-Watkins, veronique izard

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
44

Habitual Grasp Orientation Influences End-state Comfort
Planning
Bianca Jovanovic, Gudrun Schwarzer

Cognitive Processes
45

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48

Latent Profiles of Executive Functioning Across Childhood and
Emotion Regulation Skills
Jena Michel, Allison Saba, Kathryn A Degnan

49

The Importance of Order and Type of Stimuli on Inhibitory
Control and Short-term Memory in Preschoolers.
Luis Diego Conejo-Bolanos, Mauricio Garnier-Villarreal,
Gustavo Carlo

Genetic and Environmental Influences on Trajectories of
Anger/Frustration from Infancy to Middle Childhood: An
Adoption Design
Chang Liu, Charles R Beekman, Leslie Leve, Daniel S. Shaw,
Jody Ganiban, David Reiss, Misaki Natsuaki, Jenae M
Neiderhiser

63

Attachment Quality Assessed from Children's Family Drawings
Predicts Child Conduct Problems and Callous-Unemotional
Behaviors
Peter David Rehder, William Roger Mills-Koonce, Nicholas
James Wagner, Bharathi Zvara, Michael Willoughby

Developmental Disabilities

62

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Individual versus Group Administration of the Flanker Task in
Children with ADHD
Christina Cosette Moore, Spencer McCauley, James Leckman,
Bruce Wexler, Stephanie Smith

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64

Sex differences in longitudinal associations of vagal reactivity
and infant attachment with oppositional defiant behaviors
Jonathan W Hill, Helen Sharp, Florin Tibu, Kate Marshall,
Andrew Pickles

77

Baseline Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Moderated the
Prediction of Maternal Parenting to Early Childhood
Internalizing Trajectory
Yi Li, Nancy Eisenberg, Natalie D. Eggum-Wilkens, Tracy L
Spinrad, Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant

65

High School Sports Involvement Diminishes the Association
between Childhood Conduct Disorder and Adult Antisocial
Behavior
Diana R. Samek, Irene J. Elkins, Margaret A. Keyes, William G.
Iacono, Matt McGue

78

The Indirect Effect of Childhood Relocations on Adult
Internalizing Outcomes: The Role of Social Competency
Lauren Bramson, Maureen McQuillan, Jennifer E Lansford,
Kenneth A Dodge, Gregory S Pettit, John E Bates

66

Parental Report of Child Behavior and Early Parenting as
Predictors of Externalizing Behaviors in Early Childhood
Alison Goldstein, Lindsay Zajac, Caroline K. Pemberton
Roben, Mary Dozier

79

Intergenerational Transmission of Self-Regulatory Capacities in
Trauma-Exposed Families
Stephen H Chen, Emily Cohodes, Nicole R Bush, Alicia
Lieberman

67

Age of cannabis use onset and adult drug use disorders: a
prospective study of common risk factors and indirect effects
Natalie Castellanos Ryan, Sophie Parent, Frank Vitaro,
Richard E Tremblay, Jean Richard Seguin

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68

Do socially anxious teens use the internet more? An Experience
Sampling Method study exploring technology use and mood.
Bree D. Abbott, Bep Uink, Kathryn L Modecki, Bonnie L.
Barber

Self Esteem, Disaster Exposure, and Psychological Symptoms
among Disaster-Exposed Youth: Does Self Esteem act as a
Buffer?
Gregory Fassnacht, Joy D Osofsky, Howard J. Osofsky, Carl F.
Weems

69

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Education, Schooling
81

Is social anxiety a barrier to university success? A personcentered longitudinal study of social anxiety and academic
achievement
Christina Brook, Teena Willoughby

The Academic Diligence Task (ADT): Assessing Individual
Differences in Effort on Tedious but Important Schoolwork
Brian Galla, Benjamin D Plummer, Rachel E White, David
Meketon, Sidney D''Mello, Angela Lee Duckworth

82

The relationship between self-reported anxiety and autonomic
arousal at fear conditioning & explicit memory at extinction
recall
Elizabeth Ivie, Anastasia Lara McGlade, Kalina J. Michalska,
Andrea Gold, Tomer Shechner, Daniel S Pine, Emily Ronkin,
Jennifer C. Britton

Vocabulary and Academic Achievement in Low-Income
African American Children: A Cross-Cultural Investigation of
the PPVT-4
Makeba Parramore Wilbourn, Ashley Ruba, Kelsey Lucca,
Primula Diso Lane, Miray Seward, Bayley Garbutt, William
Jackson

83

Trinidad and Tobago: National Standardization of Adjustment
Scales for Children and Adolesecents
Paul McDermott, Anna Rhoad, Jessica Chao, Marley Watkins,
Frank C. Worrell, Tracey Hall

Contemporaneous and longitudinal associations between social
behavior and reading achievement
Shereen El Mallah, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby DeaterDeckard

84

Influential factors in Child Health-Professionals’ Recognition of
Common Mental-Health Disorders
Delia Burke, Hans M Koot, Sander Begeer

Perfectionism and academic achievement in adolescents
Lavinia E. Damian, Joachim Stoeber, Oana Negru, Adriana
Baban

85

Associations Between Negative Mood and Peer Interactions: A
Daily Diary Study
Ilana Kellerman, Adela C Timmons, Michelle C. Ramos, Gayla
Margolin

Learning engagement: A promising new observational measure
for preschool aged children
Simone Emily Halliday, Marion O'Brien, Susan D Calkins,
Esther M. Leerkes

86

Adolescent Motivational Profiles: Connections to Achievement
and Self-Regulation
Shawn Andrew Lampkins-uThando

87

Classroom Instructional and Emotional Support: Examining
Thresholds of Classroom Quality Across the Elementary Years
Crystal I. Bryce, Tashia Abry, Robert H Bradley

88

Teacher-Child Relationships, Classroom Emotional Climate,
and Elementary Students’ Social-Emotional and Academic
Development
Christina L. Rucinski, Joshua L Brown, Jason Downer, Hannah
R. Wertz, Benjamin Gologor, Megan W Stuhlman, Bridget K.
Hamre

Links between the Teacher-Student Relationship and
Adolescents’ Depression: a Genetically Informed Study
Charlie Brouilard, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Ginette
Dionne, Michel Boivin

75

Negative Emotionality During Childhood and Health Outcomes
During Pre-Adolescence and Adolescence
Lilly Shanahan, Meghan Gangel, Jacek Kolacz, Vanessa Volpe,
Ashley Robin Brown, Douglas Oberlin, Sean Zmijewski, Susan
Phillips Keane, Susan D Calkins, Laurie Wideman

76

The Role of Child Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia in the
Intergenerational Transmission of Internalizing Problems
Monica Renee Whitehead, Molly Davis, Anna Jones, Cynthia
Mary Suveg, Anne E Shaffer

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Getting More Bang for Your Professional Development Buck:
Understanding Which Classroom Quality Indicators Support
Achievement
Abby Carlson, Chavaughn Brown, Lydia Janeva Carlis

104 Maternal Depression, Parenting Practices, and Child Socioemotional Functioning in Hispanic Migrant and Seasonal
Farmworkers
Catalina Perez, Sandra Barrueco, Brie-Anne K Kohrt

90

Reliability and Validity of an Adapted Spanish Language
Social-Emotional Assessment System
Jaclyn Russo, Clark McKown, Nicole Russo-Ponsaran, Jason
Johnson

105 Verbal Environments in American Homes Along the Social
Class Spectrum
Douglas E. Sperry, Linda L Sperry, Peggy J Miller

91

Assessing Children’s Social Competence from the Experiential
Education Perspective: Validation of a performance-based test
Joanna Papieska

92

Using Q-matrix & Rule-Space to refine cognitive attributes and
test items when developing an assessment of geometric
measurement
Curtis Tatsuoka, Douglas H Clements, Kikumi Tatsuoka, Elvira
Khasanova, Kimberly Mahovsky

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106 Self-reported Reasons for Homelessness and Parent Distress
Amanda Albu, Kristen Briggs, Liana Galtieri, Janette E
Herbers, J. J. Cutuli
107 U.S. Military Parental PTSD and Child Outcomes: A Literature
Review and Meta-Analysis
Deborah M Casper
108 Change the Parent to Change the Child or Vice Versa?
Synergistic Effects of the Early Risers Conduct Problems
Prevention Program
Zhen Yang, Joel M Hektner

Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Transitional
Kindergarten Classrooms
Karen Manship, Aleksandra Holod, Nicholas Mills, Heather
Quick

109 Breastfeeding and Mother-Child Relationship Quality in Early
Childhood: Examination of Longitudinal Associations and
Mediators
Lauren M Papp, Jennifer Miner Weaver

The Stability of CLASS Scores across Academic School Years
in a Large-scale Randomized Controlled Trial
E. Parham Horn, Patrizia Mancini, Nina Castells, Shira Kolnik
Mattera, Pamela Morris

95

Parental Financial Assistance, Paid Work, and Undergraduate
Campus Involvement, GPA, and Alcohol Use
Emily Waterman, Samantha P. Steich, Meg L. Small, Eva S.
Lefkowitz

96

Latino parents and adolescent after-school activity participation
Daisy Estela Camacho, Sandra Denise Simpkins

97

Examining pathways to psychological engagement in a civic
activism program: Peers and emotional safety
Nickki Pearce Dawes, Jacqueline G. Hargrove, Gabriel
Mauricio Garza Sada

98

Student Understanding of the Inverse Rule: Effects of Visual
Representations and Item Order
Colleen M Ganley, Amanda Kowalsky, Marina Vasilyeva, chen
shen

99

Individual Differences in Math Language, not General
Language, are Predictive of Early Numeracy Performance in
Young Children
David James Purpura

110 The Role of Prenatal Coparenting Representations in
Postpartum Family Dynamics
Regina Kuersten-Hogan, Kirsten Chirichetti
111 Adaptive Functioning, Behavior Problems, and Quality of Life
in Families of Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Emily Claire Gardiner, Grace Iarocci
112 Maternal Income Stressors and Social Support, as Predictors of
Latina/o Adolescent Stressors and Psychological Well-Being
Jason Dyer, Griselda Martinez, Gabriela Chavira
113 Workplace Conditions and Maternal Sensitivity in Low-Income,
Working Families
Rachel Herman, Maureen A Perry-Jenkins
114 Comparing Emotion Recognition Skills Among Children With
and Without Jailed Parents
Lauren A Hindt, Rebecca J Shlafer
115 Young Children of Incarcerated Parents: Chaos in the Home
Lindsay Adelman Weymouth, Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan, Hilary
Runion, Cynthia F Burnson
116 Individual Differences in Negative Emotionality Moderate
Effects of Maternal Depressive Symptoms on Child
Externalizing Problems
Yiji Wang, Theodore Dix

100 The Role of Long Division in the Acquisition of Fractions
Rony Patel, Robert S Siegler
101 Friendship stability and support during the transition to college
Alice Donlan, Kathryn Wentzel
102 The Rich Get Richer, the Poor Get Protected: Facebook's Role
in Adjustment to College
Chia-Chen Yang, B Bradford Bradford Brown

117 Paternal Depressive Symptoms and Infants' Joint Attention
Skills: Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Prematurity as
Moderators
Noa Gueron-Sela, Shiri Breier Ziv-Av, GAL MEIRI, Kyla
Marks, Naama Atzaba-Poria

Family Context & Processes

Health, Growth, Injury

103 Grandparents As Carers: Cross Cultural Comparisons Between
Zambia And The Netherlands
Francis Sichimba

118 Parent Perspectives of Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivor Social
Adjustment
Matthew Hocking, Mark McCurdy, Elise Turner, Nell Briggs,
Jessica Fleischer, Janet Deatrick

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119 Social Self-Concept and Victimization as Predictors of
Anxious-Depressive Symptoms in Pediatric Brain Tumor
Survivors
Eric Semmel, Maru Barrera, Andrea F Patenaude, Mary Jo
Kupst, Cynthia A Gerhardt, Kathryn Vannatta, Diane
Fairclough

133 The contribution of translation processes to acquiring English
via print in deaf children
Bob Hoffmeister, Catherine Caldwell-Harris
134 The First Vocabulary of Transitive Verbs in Hebrew is
Apparently Learned from Single-Word Parental Utterances
Anat Ninio

120 Emotion Regulation, Executive Functioning, and Understanding
of Intentionality in Children with a History of Pediatric Cancer
Alexandra DeLone, Deborah L Best, Thomas W. McLean

135 Grammatical Gender Influences 5-year-olds' Pronoun
Interpretation in a Pointing Task
Christina Bergmann, Markus Paulus, Paula Fikkert

121 Developmental trends in obesity and rurality in Appalachian
children using surveillance, clustered statistical design and GIS
Christa L Lilly, Lesley Epperly-Cottrell, Evan Fedorko, Amna
Umer, William Neal

136 Toddlers flexibly interpret novel verbs in different syntactic
contexts
Alex de Carvalho, Isabelle Dautriche, Anne Christophe

122 Longitudinal associations between self-regulation and health
across early and middle childhood
Kristen L Bub, Leah Robinson, David Curtis, Clayton Spencer

137 Mothers' Rare Words in Three Contexts: Relations to
Preschoolers' Language Skills
Virginia L Tompkins

123 Too Stressed to Sleep?: Understanding the Associations
between Stress and Sleep for Adolescents
Angela DeSilva Mousseau, Terese Jean Lund, Belle Liang

138 A Fine-grained Analysis of Naturalistic Longitudinal Verb Use
Julia Parish-Morris, Deborah A. Fein, Letitia R Naigles
139 The Role of Inference-making Abilities and Verbal Memory on
Narrative Comprehension during the Preschool Years
Burcu Unlutabak, Ageliki Nicolopoulou

124 Youth’s Collective Efficacy: Preventing Problem Behavior and
Fostering Positive Youth Development in Afterschool Settings
Emilie Smith, Dawn Paula Witherspoon, D. Wayne Osgood

140 Influence of similar sounding words on infants’ word
segmentation ability
Melanie Steffi Schreiner, Anne Giffhorn, Nicole AltvaterMackensen, Nivedita Mani

Language, Communication
125 Mom, are you listening? Comparing children’s use of grammar
measured by maternal report vs. spontaneous speech in TD and
ASD
Manya Jyotishi, Deborah A. Fein, Letitia R Naigles

141 Six-Month-Olds' Comprehension of Labels for Individuals
Jennifer Campbell, D. Geoffrey Hall
142 14-month-olds’ Representations Include Word-initial
Unstressed Syllables
Stephanie Louise Archer, Jennifer Ference, Patrick Mihalicz,
Suzanne Curtin

126 Scoring the Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Variation
Screening Test (DELV-S): Investigating a Polytomous Scoring
Scheme
Katherine Rhodes, Lee Branum-Martin, Julie Washington,
Nicole Patton-Terry

143 Fathers’ Contributions to their Sons' Fictional Narratives
During Play
S. Lynneth Solis

127 Language problems among maltreated children: A metaanalytic review
Audette Sylvestre, Eve-Line Bussières, Caroline Bouchard

144 A Corpus-based Crosslinguistic Comparison of the
Interrogative Functions in Early Child Cantonese and Mandarin
Hui Li, Eileen Wong

128 The Development of Translation Equivalents and Cognitive
Control in Bilingual Preschool Children
Elizabeth Woods, Hanako Yoshida

145 Assessing Language in School-Aged Children with ASD in a
Virtual, Public Speaking Task.
Nora Alpers, Saba Torabian, Nancy Calhoun McIntyre, Tasha
Oswald, Lindsay Swain-Lerro, Stephanie Novotny, Tatyana
Kapelkina, Letitia R Naigles, Peter C Mundy

129 Quality of Child-Directed Speech in Native and Non-Native
English
Katherine F Shanks, Melissa Carolina Senor, Erika Hoff
130 Native Language Context Facilitates Foreign Word Learning at
14-Months
Chelsea da Estrela, Krista Byers-Heinlein

146 Children’s Comprehension of Temporal Structure in Picture
Books
Taylor Wong, Laura Wagner

131 Comparing the Self-Regulation Profile of Bilingual vs.
Monolingual Latino Children Identified as Having Behavior
Problems
Paulo A Graziano, Rosmary Ros, Katie Hart

Methods, History, Theory
147 Investigating Functional Connectivity in the Developing Brain
Using Generalized Psychophysiological Interactions Analysis
Sophia Vinci-Booher, Thomas W James, Karin James

132 Vocabulary Size and Phonological Awareness: for Bilingual
Preschoolers it is All the Words that Matter
Peter de Villiers, Markeisha Grant, Xiaozhou Wang, Kavita
Bhandari

148 Transactive Classroom Discourse and Development of Moral
Reasoning, Concepts of Social Convention, and Cross-Domain
Coordination
Michael Creane, Deborah Wong Powers, Larry P Nucci

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149 Children´s interpretations of folk tales: affectivity and
intelligence in action
Maria Thereza Souza

Moral Development

164 Elaborative Reminiscing and Sensitivity Within the Context of
Maternal Romantic Attachment and Trauma History
Christina Grace McDonnell, Kristin Valentino, E. Mark
Cummings, Michelle Comas, Amy Kathleen Nuttall, Theresa
Barton

150 Low Income Adolescents' Moral Reasoning and Emotion
Attributions Regarding Societal Fairness
William Frank Arsenio, Kathryn Davis, Alicia Ventresca,
Rachel Rabinowitz, Sweta Venkataramanan, Jordan Weinstein

165 The Impact of Kangaroo Care on Mother-Infant Interactive
Relationships
Melannie Pineda, Nancy Aaron Jones, Krystal D Mize, Jillian
Hardin

151 Insights from PYD perspective: Adolescent Character and
Caring as predictors of Contribution trajectories in emerging
adulthood
Marie-Pier Vézina, Francois Poulin

166 Maternal guidance during mother-child interactions in an at-risk
sample: Associations with relationship and contextual variables
Ciara Briscoe, Dale M Stack, Lisa A Serbin, Saskia Ferrar,
Alex E Schwartzman

152 Do Happier Children Help More or Does Helping More Make
Children Happier?
MANJIE WANG, Kimberly J Saudino

167 The impact of a play-based, parent-child intervention on the
parent-child interaction of Latino families
Maria Marti Castaner, Helena Duch, William Wu, Robin Snow

153 Young children think you can opt out of conventional but not
moral practices
Marina Josephs, Hannes Rakoczy

168 Handle with Care: A Program for Promoting the Mental Health
of Young Children in Communities at Risk for Mental Health
Problems
Fataneh Farnia, Nancy J Cohen

154 Adolescents’ Perceptions of Moral Transgression vs. MorallyDirected Virtuous Transgression: Peer Bully–Victim Study
Yuki Hasebe-Parker, Colin Harbke, Nadia Sorkhabi

169 The Mediating Role of Parenting Styles in Asian-American and
European-American Emerging Adults' Self-regulation Ability
Shelby Sullivan Jones, Jing Yu, Madiha Tahseen, You Jung Seo,
Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

155 A Longitudinal Study of Morally Relevant Theory of Mind
Susanne Elisabeth Kristen, Beate Sodian, Maria Teresa Licata,
Melanie A. Killen
156 Parental Socialization of Early Prosocial Behavior at Home
Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Whitney Waugh, Jesse Drummond, Celia
A Brownell

170 Drowned out? Household chaos negates the impact of positive
parenting on non-violent antisocial behavior in juvenile
delinquents.
Sajid Humayun, Bonamy R Oliver, Elizabeth Malpass, Melanie
Chesnokov, Stephen Basil Scott

157 Church Support as a Predictor of Children’s Spirituality and
Prosocial Behavior
Erin I Smith, Robert Crosby

171 Does it Matter if the Parent was an Only Child? A Survey of
Parenting Attitudes in China and the United States
Wei Qiu

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

172 Parent-child mutuality: in children who are typically developing
and those at risk for or experiencing behaviour difficulties
Karen Cook, Christina Rinaldi

158 Do Native Americans in Nurturing Parenting experience
outcomes similar to other participants? Results of an
exploratory evaluation
Alison Leigh Brennan, Joel M Hektner

173 Coparenting and Parental Emotion Socialization: Test of an
Actor-Partner Interdependence Model
Young-Eun Lee, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Sook In Cho

159 Couple Satisfaction, Maternal and Paternal Child Abuse Risk
and the Moderating Role of Gender Role Attitudes
Anjali S Gowda, Christina Maria Rodriguez

174 Physiological reactions during early face-to-face interactions
Raquel Costa, Catarina Tojal, Sara Pereira, Iva Tendais

160 Motivational Psycho-education to Change Parents’ Orientation
toward Corporal Punishment
Grant Holland, George W Holden

175 Parenting Goals as Mediators of the Relation Between Parental
Emotions and Parenting Behaviors Relevant for Child Anxiety
Joseph G. Molitor, Elizabeth J Kiel

161 Attachment and Emotional Well-being among Urban African
American Adolescents
Patricia Richardson, Kelsey Sala-Hamrick, Brittany
Kohlberger, Marilyn Franklin, Matthew Carroll, Lilia Mucka,
Valerie A Simon, Douglas Barnett

176 Parental Psychological Control and Aggression in Youth: The
Moderating Effect of Emotion Dysregulation
Jennifer B. Blossom, Paula J Fite, Andrew L Frazer, John L
Cooley, Spencer C. Evans
177 Title: Daily Lability in Parental Knowledge: Links with Youth
Well-Being and Parents’ Stress
Melissa A Lippold, Susan McHale, Kelly Davis, Ellen Ernst
Kossek

162 Negotiating Challenges: The Relationship Between Children's
Represenations of Adults and Social-Emotional and Academic
Outcomes
Hannah Mudrick, JoAnn L Robinson
163 An Exploratory Study of Reflective Functioning in Parents of
School-Aged Children
Evelyn Cho, Katie St John, Jessica Lauren Borelli

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178 Psychometric Properties of the Parent-Reported and TeenReported Coping With Children’s Negative Emotions Adolescent Scale
Bonnie Erin Brett, Jason D. Jones, Jacquelyn T. Gross, Jessica
Stern, David R. Martin, Jude A. Cassidy

192 Cultural Similarities and Differencies in the Development of
Smiling. A Field Study of Bara Infants from Rural Southern
Madagascar
Manfred Holodynski, Gabriel Scheidecker, Birgitt RöttgerRössler

179 The Role of Parental Chronic Stressors and Executive
Functioning in Predicting Parental Scaffolding
Heather Mazursky-Horowitz, Martha Ann Bell, Kirby DeaterDeckard

193 Diverse Language Environments of Latino Children in the
United States: Variations by Age and Ethnicity
Soojin S Oh, Kelly Escobar, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda,
Hirokazu Yoshikawa

180 Associations Between Adolescents’ Cyber-Specific Beliefs and
Information Management Strategies
Elizabeth Yale Babskie, Aaron Metzger

194 Shared Narratives: Conversations about emotions in the context
of maternal mental health in an ethnically diverse sample
Casilda Suarez, Diego Catalan-Molina, Catherine S TamisLemonda

181 Let’s talk tobacco: African American parent-adolescent
communication about tobacco use within the context of parent
smoking
Michell Pope, Rachel Garthe, Efren Velazquez, Rosalie Corona

195 Racial Incidents in the Classroom: A Qualitative Study on
Preschool Teachers’ Perceptions and Intervention Strategies
Melinda Ramzel, Robert P Moreno

182 Lullaby Massage Intervention in Indian Infants: A Pilot Study
Anuradha Sastry, Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Sybil L. Hart

196 Cross-group Friendship, Classroom Composition, and Attitudes
towards School Among Ethnic Minority Group Children
Jeanine Gruetter, Tina Malti, Linda R. Tropp, Thomas O'' Brien

183 Family Affective Involvement Mediates the Relation between
Uninvolved Parenting Style and Child Depression Ratings
Ashley Kimble, Laura Hubbs-Tait, Glade Topham, Robert E
Larzelere, Melanie Page, Amanda Wiginton Harrist

197 Reasoning about Inclusion into Peer Groups: Group
Expectations and Individual Inclusivity
Aline Hitti

184 Does parenting play a role in the relation between child
temperament and children’s executive functioning?
Ummul Kathawalla, Emily C. Ross, Terri Sabol, Amanda
Sheffield Sheffield Morris

198 Association of adjustment and parenting among low income,
African American mothers: Moderating effects of demanding
kin relations
Ronald D Taylor, Azeb Gebre

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

199 Perceived Poor Family Economy is Associated with Mental
Health Outcomes in a Large Population Sample of Norwegian
Adolescents
Tormod Boe

185 Associations between Repetitive Behaviours, ADHD, Inhibitory
Control and Socio-Communication at 33 Months in a
Community Sample
Rhiannon Fyfield, Sue R Leekam, Dale F Hay

School Readiness/Childcare

186 Does Action Experience Alter the Perception of Efficient and
Inefficient Actions?
Janny Stapel, Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering

200 Individual differences in the development of emotion regulation
for infants in center-based child care
Jennifer Ann Mortensen, Melissa A. Barnett

187 What comes first? Relationships between action perception and
action production
Anja Gampe, Martina Aebli, Moritz M Daum

201 Caregiver internal working models as a predictor of attachment
security
Catherine Tsao, Carollee Howes

188 Developmental Changes in Perception and Performance in
Preschoolers Performing a Hammering Task
Paula Ann Fitzpatrick, Peter Bui, Andrea Garry

202 What Do We Know about the Psychometric Properties of
Infant/Toddler Measures? Findings from a National Study of
Early Head Start
Cheri Vogel, Kimberly Boller, Yange Xue, Eileen T Bandel

189 Infants’ prospective planning during object manipulation in an
uncertain environment
Janna Marleen Gottwald, Claes von Hofsten, Gustaf Gredebäck

203 Caring for Children, Caring for Oneself: Exploring Teacher
Wellbeing in Head Start
Amy M. Roberts, Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

204 The Role of Poverty and Prekindergarten Participation in
Predicting Mathematics Achievement in Elementary and
Middle Schools
Jisu Han, Stacey Michelle NeuharthPritchett

190 Children’s and Adults’ Friendship Judgments for Multiracial
Targets
Steven Othello Roberts, Susan A Gelman
191 What are you? Differences in racial labeling between Hawai’i
and Northern California children
Adrienne Chong, Lorraine Coffinet, Jamie Tagomori, Chanel
Meyers, Colleen Carpinella, Kristin J.M.B. Pauker

205 “Algo impresionante que aprendí sobre mi hijo”: Latino
parents’ reflections after participating in a family literacy
program
Sandra Ixa Plata-Potter, Traci Kutaka, Keely Cline, Maria I.
Iturbide

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206 Probability Profiles of Early Academic Skills: Examining Risk
and Protective Factors for Head Start Children
Emily R. Griese, Kathleen Moritz Rudasill

222 Temperament and Social-Cognitive Contributions to the
Development of Young Children’s Social Competence
Lindsay Caroline Bowman, Kathryn A Degnan, Olga L Walker,
Nathan A Fox

207 Evaluation of a Summer School Readiness Parenting Program
for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Families
Katie Hart, Paulo A Graziano, Angela Waguespack, Randi
Cheatham-Johnson

223 Executive Function, Theory of Mind and its Relation to
Preschooler's Math Achievement
Irene Wu, Pamela Davis-Kean
224 Children’s Theory of Mind and its Association with Secrecy
Kimberly Y. Corson, Malinda Colwell, Holly Wright, Anuradha
Sastry, Torey Griggs

Sex, Gender
208 Why it is Worse to be a “Sissy” than a “Tomboy”: Testing the
Social Status Explanation
Ursula A Sanborn-Overby, Kimberly K Powlishta

225 What Blind Spot? Preschoolers Successfully Attribute False
Beliefs About Object Identity in a Spontaneous-Response Task
Rose Scott, Jacqueline Rose Pagobo

209 What is Okay for You is Not Okay for Me: Adolescents’ Views
on Gender Roles and Associations With Their Future Goals
Kaitlin Flannery, Rhiannon L. Smith

226 When they pass standard false belief tasks, children also
understand the aspectuality of beliefs
Nese Oktay-Gür, Hannes Rakoczy

210 Looking Through You: First-person Perspective Video Affects
Chinese Preschoolers’ Sex-typed Toy Choices
Yizhen Huang, Su Li, Kevin Miller

227 Role-play Facilitates Children’s Mindreading of Those with
Atypical Color Perception
Fumikazu Furumi, Masuo Koyasu

Social Cognition
211 Three-Year-Olds Express Suspense When They Witness an
Agent Act on False Beliefs
Henrike Moll, Sarah Thompson Kane, Luke McGowan

Social, Emotional, Personality
228 The Dynamic Experience of Ostracism: Physiological
Trajectories and Individual Differences
Parissa Jahromi Ballard, Jelena Obradovic

212 School-Age Children’s Talk about Jealousy and Envy
Naomi Jane Aldrich, Patricia J. Brooks
213 Infants’ reactions to neutral and inappropriate emotional
reactions during negative experiences
Sabrina Sarah Chiarella, Diane Poulin-Dubois

229 Developmental Profiles of Neural Reactivity and Regulation to
Peer-Matched Dynamic Affective Videos in Youth
jessica flannery, Nicole R. Giuliani, John Coleman Flournoy,
Jennifer H. Pfeifer

214 Individual differences in object processing by gaze following
predict language development
Yuko Okumura, Yasuhiro Kanakogi, Tessei Kobayashi, Shoji
Itakura

230 Negative Affect Dampens Cortisol Reactivity to a Laboratory
Stressor
Jeremy Peres, Jenny Mai Phan, Andrew Dismukes, Yoo-Jin Lee,
Olga Miocevic, Vanessa Meyer, Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff

215 A Longitudinal Study of the Influence of Joint Attention in
Infancy on Academic Skills in 2nd and 8th Grade
Tasha Olson, Andrea M Daines, Lori A Roggman

231 Differences in Emotion Knowledge and Attention Problems
Associated with Context-Inappropriate Anger in Preschoolers
Robin L Locke Arkerson, Nichole J. Lang

216 3- and 5-year-olds’ Understanding of How Property can be
Relinquished
Federico Rossano, Michael Tomasello

232 Teacher responses to toddler tantrums and relations to
successful resolution
Ashley Elizabeth Shafer, Jennifer O Briggs, Shannon B.
Wanless

217 Young children’s understanding of the social implications of
promises
Patricia Kanngiesser, Bahar Koymen, Michael Tomasello

233 Putting the face in context: Body expressions impact facial
emotion processing in human infants
Purva Rajhans, Sarah Jessen, Manuela Missana, Tobias
Grossmann

218 Children Prefer Conventional Foods and the People Who Eat
Them
Emily Rachel Gonsier Gerdin, Jasmine DeJesus, Kathleen
Sullivan, Katherine D. Kinzler

234 Agreeableness, Neuroticism, and Youth’s Physical Aggression
in China and the United States: The Mediating Role of Temper
Amy Catherine Hartl, Jennifer M. Wang, Brett Laursen,
Cathryn Booth-LaForce, Kenneth H Rubin

219 She's pointing out the obvious: Preschoolers assume that
speaking, not pointing, is indicative of generalizable knowledge
Carolyn M Palmquist, Vikram K Jaswal
220 Children's Prioritization of Helpful Behavior in Social
Categorization and Prediction
Stephanie Strasbaugh, Karen Bartsch, Tess Nicole Young

236 Infant temperamental variation in arousal during emotion-face
processing assessed with pupilometry
Phillip Galinsky, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Elizabeth
Katherine Allen, Kayla Melissa Brown, Xiaoxue Fu, Koraly
Elisa Perez-Edgar

221 If it's not positive, don't say it: Role of expertise, consensus, and
informational valence in children’s evaluative judgments
Kimberly Marble, Janet J Boseovski, Chelsea Hughes

237 Sources of Continuity and Change in Inhibitory Control in
Early Childhood
Jeffrey R. Gagne, Kimberly J Saudino

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238 Vulnerable and Grandiose Narcissism in Early Adolescence:
Associations with Adjustment and Attachment Styles
Meenakshi Menon, Harriet Moyes

253 Romantic Relationships and Risk Behavior in Adolescence: The
Mediating Role of Reward Sensitivity
Amysue Hansen, Caitlin Turpyn, Tara M Chaplin

239 Maternal Warmth, Conditional Regard, and Unconditional
Praise Differentially Predict Narcissism and Self-Esteem
Heather Olivia Zyla, Ernest V. E. Hodges, Kätlin Peets

254 Romantic relationship patterns in adolescence and emerging
adulthood and their antecedents in childhood
Stephanie Boisvert, Francois Poulin

240 Parental Socialization of Grit in Childhood and Implications for
College Students’ Academic Success
Katelyn Black, Amy L Gentzler, Meagan Ramsey

255 Do Varieties of Spanish Influence U.S. Latino Children’s
Friendship Judgments?
Maria Mercedes Arredondo, Carolina Fuentes, Mélanie
Rosado, Susan A Gelman

241 The Role of Prenatal Coparenting Expectations and Behaviors
in Infants’ Social Communication Skills at 12 Months
Regina Kuersten-Hogan, Amy Cirillo Lyubchik

Social Relationships

256 Assessing the Validity of Unilateral Nominations for the Study
of Desired Friendship
Gilly Kahn, Brett Laursen, William M Bukowski, FannyAlexandra Guimond, Shrija Dirghangi

242 Evaluating the link between Internet Compulsion and Electronic
Aggression
Heather Giles, Juan F Casas

257 Maintaining old friendships and forming new friendships one
year into college.
Laura Cullen, Shannon Cain, Melissa R Witkow

243 Family Aggression and the Risk of Victimization in Late
Adolescence
Sohyun C. Han, Gayla Margolin

258 On-task and off-task social interactions in the group
collaboration among Canadian and Chinese children
Danming An, RUI FU, Xinyin Chen, Angela Lee Duckworth,
Dan Li

244 Predicting Cyberbullying Behavior from Attitudes: A FourYear Longitudinal Analysis
Christopher Paul Barlett, Douglas A Gentile, Dongdong Li,
Angeline Khoo

259 Examining the Correlates and Outcomes of Social Anxiety in
Early Childhood
Laura L. Ooi, Noelle Strickland, Robert J. Coplan, Linda RoseKrasnor

245 Representations of Parenting, Teacher-Student Relationships,
and Social Adjustment in Romanian Preschoolers
Loredana Apavaloaie, Laura E Brumariu

260 Examining Links among Children’s Social Withdrawal,
Positive Psychological Engagement and Benefits of
Extracurricular Activities
Marina Farrell, Linda Rose-Krasnor, Emma Pote, Laura L.
Ooi, Robert J. Coplan

246 Developmental Differences in the Structure of Youth
Aggression: Confirmatory Factor Analysis of a Brief Peer
Conflict Scale
Justin Russell, MONICA A MARSEE, Carl F. Weems
247 Symptom profiles of youth reactive and proactive aggression: A
person-centered analysis
Richa Aggarwal, Jessica Bodie, Deborah A. G. Drabick
248 Lasting Effects of High School Bullying: Female Victims’
Ability to Retain Friends in the Transition to University
Megan Earle, Daniel Provenzano, Anthony A Volk
249 A Weighty Issue: Negative Consequences of Deviating from
Your Peers’ BMI
Carolyn Sutter, Esther Priscilla Ebuehi, Natalie S de Guzman,
Claire Scheffer, Adrienne Nishina
250 Depressive outcomes following peer victimization during
adolescence: The moderating role of friends’ attributes
Tana Luo, David Schwartz, Mylien Thi Duong, Daryaneh
Badaly, Alexandra L Cram
251 The impact of school attachment and religious engagement on
victimized adolescents' adjustment
Meredith Hope, Eric S Buhs
252 Disentangling the Frequency and Severity of Bullying and
Victimization in the Association with Empathy
Tirza van Noorden, William M Bukowski, Gerbert J. T.
Haselager, Tessa A. M. Lansu, Antonius H. N. Cillessen

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Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-050) Invited Views by Two
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:10am

(Event 2-051) Invited State of the Art
Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon G (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-050. From Steroids to Stereotypes: Toward a
Comprehensive Understanding of Gender Development
Moderator: Campbell Leaper

2-051. Best Practices in Statistical Methodology for
Developmental Science Research
Chair: Margaret Burchinal
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Causal Inference
Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

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Mediation and Moderation
Todd D Little

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Longitudinal Methods
Margaret Burchinal

Panelist 1: Rebecca Sue Bigler
Biography. Rebecca S. Bigler is Professor of Psychology and
Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Ze
received a B.A. from Oberlin College and Ph.D. from The
Pennsylvania State University before joining the faculty at UT-Austin
in 1991. Ze studies the causes and consequences of social
stereotyping and prejudice among children, with a particular focus on
gender and racial attitudes. Ze has also worked to develop and test
intervention strategies aimed at reducing children’s social
stereotyping and intergroup biases. Ze is currently the Executive
Director of the American Council for Coeducational Schooling and
supports the use of gender-neutral language, including the genderneutral pronoun “ze.”
View 1 - Insights from Environmental Perspectives on Gender
Just as all behavior is the product of biological processes, it is also the
product of environmental contexts. The treatment of gender within
contexts shows both consistencies and inconsistencies across time and
place, and is known to play a causal role in shaping children’s socialemotional, cognitive, and behavioral outcomes. This talk highlights
the contributions of developmental science to understanding the
mechanisms by which context contributes to the gender
differentiation of children’s aptitudes, interests, preferences, and
behavior.

Integrative Statement: Best practices in statistical methodologies for
developmental science research describe statistical approaches that
are believed to provide the strongest methodologies for this field.
Within the past ten year, there have been major advances in the
statistical methods used by developmental researchers. This
symposium describes best practices in three areas: causal inference
and bias reduction, mediation and moderation, and longitudinal data
analysis. Each of these areas are crucial for addressing developmental
research questions. Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal will describe issues
involved in addressing causal inferences from developmental studies
and will present approaches that can be used with observational data
that can reduce selection bias. Todd Little will discuss issues
involved with testing hypotheses of mediation and moderation that are
typically central to developmental theories, and will provide guidance
regarding best practices for identifying the most appropriate and
powerful methods for testing mediation and moderation in
developmental studies. Margaret Burchinal will talk about issues
involved with testing hypotheses regarding development using
longitudinal data, and will describe variable-centered and personcentered longitudinal analysis approaches. Each presenter will
discuss the issues, the statistical methods, and provide an exemplary
analysis.

Panelist 2: Melissa Hines
Biography. Melissa Hines is Professor of Psychology at the
University of Cambridge, where she directs the Hormones and
Behaviour Research Laboratory. Her background is in personality and
developmental psychology, as well as neuroscience and clinical
practice, bringing a multifaceted perspective to her research. Melissa
studied at Princeton University (BA), and at the University of
California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (PhD). She has worked in the
Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA, and
in the Departments of Psychology at the University of London and at
City University, London. She is Past-President of the International
Academy of Sex Research and a recipient of the Shephard Ivory
Franz Award for Distinguished Teaching at UCLA. Her work has
been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by the Wellcome
Trust, among others. Current research includes studies of gender
development in individuals with Disorders of Sex Development, as
well as in typically developing children.
View 2 - Insights from Biological Perspectives on Gender
Research examining the influences of the prenatal hormone
environment on human gender development illustrates that biological
and environmental influences on gender development often cannot be
clearly separated. This presentation will describe research evaluating
the influences of early testosterone exposure on human gender-related
behavior, focusing in particular on children’s play behavior. The
presentation also will raise questions about the mechanisms, such as
interactions of hormone effects with the social environment, which
might underlie observed links between early testosterone exposure
and later behavior.

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(Event 2-052) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-054) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-052. Intervening in the Lives of Socially Anxious and
Wary Children
Chair: Kenneth H Rubin
Discussant: Dina Hirshfeld-Becker

2-054. Linking Parenting Styles and Child Behavior
Problems in Diverse Cultural, Ethnic, and Economic
Contexts
Chair: Laura Hubbs-Tait
Discussant: Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris

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Preliminary Evaluation of a Social Skills and Facilitated Play
Early Intervention Program for Extremely Shy Children in
China
Robert J. Coplan, Yan Li, Yuemin Wang, Jingtong Yin, Jingjing
Zhu

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Mediation of Change in Social Anxiety and Depressive
Symptoms in Childhood Anxiety Treatment
Luci Motoca, Carla Eugenia Marin, Yasmin Rey, Jeremy Pettit,
Wendy K. Silverman

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Preliminary evaluation of a multi-modal early intervention
program for behaviorally inhibited preschoolers
Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, Kenneth H Rubin, Kelly A. O''Brien,
Robert J. Coplan, Lea Rose Dougherty, Sharon Renee Thomas,
Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Sara Heverly-Fitt, Melissa Menzer,
Maureen Wimsatt

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Parenting Styles and Chinese American Children’s Internalizing
Problems: Moderating Roles of Neighborhood Context
Qing Zhou, Erica H. Lee

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Relation of Maternal Permissive versus Uninvolved Styles and
Punitive Response to Child Behavioral and Social Competence
Ashley Kimble, Laura Hubbs-Tait, Robert E Larzelere, Glade
Topham, Melanie Page, Amanda Wiginton Harrist

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Outcomes of Parental Knowledge of Daily Behavior among
Adolescent Girls from Disadvantaged Backgrounds
Michael M Criss, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Amy
Smith

(Event 2-055) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-053) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-055. From Initial Exposure to Retention: The Impact of
Non-Linguistic and Linguistic Factors on Word Learning
Chair: Sarah C Kucker

2-053. Adolescent Mothers: Preventive Home Visiting
Intervention to Support Developmental Goals
Chair: Ann Easterbrooks
Discussant: Anne Duggan

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The Impact of Spatial Coding on Word Learning in 17-20 and
27-30-Month-Old Children
Megan Galligan Lorenz, John P Spencer, Larissa K Samuelson

Impacts of a Home Visiting Program for Young First-Time
Parents: Achieving Developmentally Appropriate Outcomes
Jayanthi Mistry, Ann Easterbrooks, Erin Bumgarner, Maryna
Raskin, Jessica L Goldberg, francine jacobs, Nathan Fosse,
Jana H Chaudhuri, Rebecca C. Fauth

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Remembering Object Features Across Time: The Shape Bias as
a Memory Bias
Haley A Vlach

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Word Learning from Uncertainty in Vocabulary Knowledge
Sarah C Kucker, Bob McMurray, Larissa K Samuelson

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Measuring Program Fidelity in the [Program Name] Home
Visiting Program
Jessica L Goldberg, Erin Bumgarner, francine jacobs, Mariah
Margaret Contreras, Nathan Fosse, Maryna Raskin, Ann
Easterbrooks, Jayanthi Mistry

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The Flexibility of Novel Word Representations Across Time
Erica Wojcik

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Young Mothers and Their Home Visitors: Relationships that
Matter
francine jacobs, Jessica Greenstone, Lerzan Coskun, Erin
Bumgarner, Jessica L Goldberg, Maryna Raskin, Jayanthi
Mistry, Ann Easterbrooks, Judith Scott

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(Event 2-056) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-056. Exploring the Nature of Infants’ and Toddlers’
False-belief Reasoning
Chair: Rose Scott
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Infants’ Representation of Others’ Beliefs Regarding Multiple
Objects, Absence of Objects, and Objects That Ceased to Exist
Dora Kampis, Agnes Melinda Melinda Kovacs

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Investigating Infants’ Use of Low-Level Mechanisms to Solve
Interactive False-Belief Tasks
David Buttelmann, Susanne Grassmann, Frances Buttelmann
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Beyond a Simple Reach: 20-Month-Olds Understand the
Emotional Impact of False Beliefs
Rose Scott

(Event 2-059) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Early Theory of Mind is the Real Deal: Children’s Spontaneous
Understanding of Second-Order False Belief
lu wang, Alan M Leslie

2-059. Relational aggression and relational victimization
during early childhood: Multiple methods and informants
in three countries
Chairs: Jamie M. Ostrov, Kimberly Erin Kamper-DeMarco

(Event 2-057) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

Prospective associations between aggression and peer
victimization subtypes during early childhood: A social process
model.
Jamie M. Ostrov, Kimberly Erin Kamper-DeMarco, Sarah
Blakely-McClure

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Multi-informant agreement of aggression and peer victimization
among preschoolers
Tracy Vaillancourt, Heather L. Brittain

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The influence of teacher and parent behavioural interventions
on children's use of relational aggression in Australia
Cara Swit, Anne Louise McMaugh, Wayne Warburton

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Parent Peer Relational Aggression and Victimization and Child
Peer Relational Aggression
Stephanie Godleski, Jamie M. Ostrov, Kimberly Erin KamperDeMarco

2-057. Cultural Action Understanding and Development
Chair: Jeffrey J Lockman

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Culture influences action understanding in infancy: A
comparative study of action prediction in Chinese and Swedish
infants
Dorota Green, Qi Li, Jeffrey J Lockman, Gustaf Gredebäck
All bound up, nowhere to go: Effects of childrearing on motor
development and object engagement
Lana Karasik, Dejana Mladenovic, Evelyn Abraham, Scott
Reginald Robinson, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Karen E
Adolph

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A Cross-national Investigation of the Relationship Between
Infant Walking and Language Development
Minxuan He, Eric A Walle, Joseph J Campos

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Cultural impact on the development of action and on tool use
Blandine Bril

(Event 2-060) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-060. Social Learning, Conformity and Non-conformity in
Young Children
Chair: Andrew Whiten

(Event 2-058) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

The Development of Adaptive Conformity
Thomas Morgan, Kevin Laland, Paul Harris

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When Does the Majority Rule? Preschoolers’ Trust in Majority
Informants Varies by Task Domain
Jane Hu, Daphna Buchsbaum

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Effects of Conformity on Social Learning in Young Children
Nicolas Claidiere, Emily J. E. Messer, Isabella Lancaster, Mia
Lunkka, Nicola McGuigan, Andrew Whiten

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Copy the Expert or the Crowd? Children’s Selective Trust in
Learning Instrumental and Normative Skills
Emily R Burdett, Amanda Jayne Lucas, Daphna Buchsbaum,
Nicola McGuigan, Andrew Whiten

2-058. Diverse Outcomes of School Diversity for Boys of
Color: Findings from the Boys of Color Collaborative
Chairs: Joanna Lee Williams, Kristina L McDonald

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School Racial/Ethnic Diversity: Contextual Influences on
Experiences of School Climate among Black and White
Adolescent Boys
Jessika Bottiani, Catherine P Bradshaw

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Interactions Between School and Peer Ethnic Diversity:
Implications for Black Male Youths’ Network-level Perceptions
of School
Joanna Lee Williams

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Changes in Black and White Students’ Peer Relations over the
Transition to Middle School: Does School Racial Composition
Matter?
Joan M Barth, Kristina L McDonald, John E Lochman, Carolyn
Boxmeyer, Nicole Powell, Casey Elizabeth Dillon, Meghann
Lucia Sallee

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School Ethnic Diversity and Adjustment of Adolescent Boys of
Color
Sandra Graham

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(Event 2-061) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-063) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-061. The Roles of Moral Emotion and Moral Cognition in
the Development of Aggression
Chair: Tina Malti

2-063. International Perspectives on Educational,
Behavioral, Neurobiological, and Motivational Aspects of
Mathematical Anxiety
Chair: Stephen Anthony Petrill

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Physiological and Emotional Responding to Moral
Transgressions: Relations to Aggression in Childhood and
Adolescence
Tyler John Colasante, Lixian Cui, Tina Malti

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The Role of Sympathy, Moral Decision Making, Moral
Reasoning, and Inhibitory Control in Bullying among
Elementary-School Children
Dorinde Jansma, Marie-Christine Opdenakker

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A Study of the Relations between Bullying, Victimization, and
Social Cognition in 4- to 9-year-old Children
Anouk van Dijk, Bram Orobio de Castro, Astrid Poorthuis,
Sander Thomaes

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Moving from Traditional Bullying to Cyberbullying: The Role
of Moral Emotions and Reasoning
Lauryn Conway, Carlos Gomez-Garibello, Victoria Talwar

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Teachers’ Stereotype Endorsement Hinders Girls’ Math
Achievement and Increases their Math Anxiety
Erin Maloney, Elizabeth A Gunderson, Gerardo Ramirez, Susan
Cohen Levine, Sian Beilock

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The relations of math anxiety and math performance
Yiyun Zhang, Xinlin Zhou

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The brain correlates of mathematics anxiety: evidence from an
EEG paradigm
Marghertia Malanchini, SERGEY Borisovich MALYKH,
Mikhail Zaleshin, Mikhail Grinyaev, Alexander Savostyanov,
Yulia Kovas

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Is Mathematical Anxiety Always Bad for Math Learning: The
Role of Math Motivation
Zhe Wang, Sarah L Lukowski, Sara Hart, Ian M Lyons, Lee
Thompson, Yulia Kovas, Robert Plomin, Stephen Anthony
Petrill

Hierarchical Motivational Systems of Aggressive Cognitions,
Anger, and Effortful Control Guide Children’s Aggressive
Behavior
Sanna Roos, Ernest V. E. Hodges, Kätlin Peets, Christina
Salmivalli

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(Event 2-064) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

Individual, Family, and Neighborhood Predictors of Children’s
Aggression at School
Stevie N Grassetti, Julie A Hubbard, Marissa A Smith

2-064. Social Effects of Interpersonal Coordination in
Young Children: Synchrony, Mimicry, and Entrainment
Chair: Johanna van Schaik

(Event 2-062) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

Are Infants’ Social Preferences Grounded in Action Synchrony?
Bahar Tuncgenc, Emma Cohen, Christine A Fawcett

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Effects of Interpersonal Synchrony on Social Group Affiliation
in Infancy
Laura Cirelli, Stephanie Wan, Laurel Trainor

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Come Drum with Me: Peer-Peer Coordination in Early
Childhood as Predictor of Later Peer Preference
Hinke Endedijk, Veronica Ramenzoni, Harold Bekkering,
Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Sabine Hunnius

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Mimicry by Membership: The Sensitivity of 3- to 6-Year-Olds’
Mimicry to Group Boundaries
Johanna van Schaik, Sabine Hunnius

2-062. Social Media Use among Ethnically and
Linguistically Diverse Youth: Implications for
Development and Learning
Chair: Minas Michikyan

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Do Age and SES Matter? A Mixed-Method Exploration of
Social Media Use During Good and Bad Times
Linda Charmaraman, Allison J. Tracy, Amanda Richer, Bernice
Chan

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I am Whatever I say I am: A Mixed-Methods Study of SelfPresentation on Facebook among Multi-Ethnic Emerging
Adults
Minas Michikyan, Kaveri Subrahmanyam, Jessica Michele
Dennis

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Cultural Differences in Mental Well-Being and HPA Activity
Across Mediums of Support
Shu-Sha Angie Guan, Jessy Nguyen, Yuling Tsui, Theodore F.
Robles

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The Effects of Multitasking on Out-of-Classroom Learning in a
Latino/a College Sample
Rogelio Carrillo, Minas Michikyan, Kaveri Subrahmanyam

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(Event 2-065) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Disambiguating the effects of age and modality on the neural
systems underlying language
Clifton Langdon

2-065. Parent-Child Interactions with Books and Other
Media
Chair: Kelly Schmitt
Discussant: Deborah L Linebarger

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Gaze following and gaze alternation: A comparison of infants
with and without early sign language experience
Jenny Lee Singleton, Rechele Brooks

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The early development of efficiency in real-time lexical
processing by children learning American Sign Language
Kyle MacDonald, Todd LaMarr, Virginia A. Marchman, David
Corina, Anne Fernald

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Early sign language experience and visual attention in young
deaf readers: an eye tracking and fNIRS investigation
Laura-Ann Petitto, Clifton Langdon, Adam Stone

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Parent Language During Shared TV Viewing Compared to
Other Activities
Katherine G. Hanson, Heather J Lavigne, Daniel R Anderson,
Stephanie Gover

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Comparisons of Parent-Child Interactions While Reading
Interactive and Traditional Books
Kelly Schmitt

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Quality of Parent-Child Interactions During Book Reading and
Television Predict Language Outcome in Low-income Minority
Infants
Rachel F Barr, Chloe Zachary, Deborah L Linebarger

(Event 2-068) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-068. Cognitive benefits of naps in early childhood
Chair: Rebecca Spencer

(Event 2-066) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Naps in preschool children preserve memories and promote
subsequent learning
Laura Kurdziel, María C. Pietri, Rebecca Spencer

2-066. Early Child Development in Low and Middle
Income Countries
Chair: Elizabeth L Prado

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Napping in the preschool years: When sleep maturation
outpaces memory development
Michelle Sandoval, Julia Leclerc, Rebecca Gomez

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Associations between linear growth and language development
at age 18 months in Malawi and Burkina Faso
Elizabeth L Prado, Souheila Abbeddou, Per Ashorn, Ulla
Ashorn, Kenneth Brown, Sonja Y Hess, Kenneth Maleta, JeanBosco Ouédraogo, John Phuka, Jérôme W Somé, Steve A Vosti,
Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez, Kathryn G Dewey

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Sensitivity to daytime sleep loss in toddlers: Self-regulation and
working memory
Monique K. LeBourgeois, Alison Leslie Miller, Allyson M.
Schumacher, Jonathan M. Lassonde, Peter Achermann, Thomas
Rusterholz

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Early Child Development Among Low-Income Preschoolers in
Rural India: Impact of Nutrition Intervention Varies by
Preschool Quality
Maureen Black, Sylvia Fernandez-Rao, Kristen Marie Hurley,
Nagalla Balakrishna, Nicholas Tilton, KV Radhakrishna,
Kimberly B Harding, Gerg A Reinhart, Krishnapillai Madhavan
Nair

(Event 2-069) Paper Session
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-069. Ethnic-Racial Processes in the Family: Implications
for Parenting and Parent-Child Interactions
Chair: Aprile D Benner

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The Aeiotu Longitudinal study. Results for the first follow-up
Milagros Nores, Raquel Bernal, W. Steven Barnett

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Effects of early childhood interventions on child and caregiver
outcomes at 4 years: a cluster randomized trial in Pakistan
Muneera A Rasheed, Aisha Khizar Yousafzai, Jelena
Obradovic, Ximena A. Portilla, Nicole Tirado-Strayer, Saima
Siyal, Uzma Memon, Zehra H Hasan

Interracial/intercultural dating as a potential source of parentchild conflict
Sharon Shenhav, Wendy A Goldberg, Belinda Campos

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The Paradox of a Strong National Identity: Relations between
Discrimination, Depression, Parenting, and Child Development
Rosanneke Emmen, Maike Malda, Judi Mesman, Mariëlle
Prevoo, Nihal Yeniad

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Longitudinal Links between Black Ethnic-Racial Socialization,
Youth Identity, and Academic Outcomes Vary by Family
Communication
Sandra Tang, Vonnie C McLoyd, Samantha Hallman, Delilah D
Ellzey

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The Role of Familial Discussions about Children’s EthnicRacial Heritage in Young Biracial Children’s Social Adjustment
Annamaria Csizmadia, Linda C Halgunseth, Khris-Ann Small,
Alexander Reid

(Event 2-067) Paper Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-067. New approaches to understanding human language:
Insights from neuroimaging and behavioral studies of
visual language learning
Chairs: Kyle MacDonald, Anne Fernald

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(Event 2-070) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-073) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-070. Positive Youth Development in Organized Afterschool Programs
Chair: Jun Wang
Discussant: Sandra Denise Simpkins

2-073. Selective Social Learning: Children’s Epistemic
Understanding of Credibility Cues
Chair: Rachel Severson

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Longitudinal associations among organized activities and sociopolitical values: The moderating role of rural context
Ben Oosterhoff, Kaitlyn A Ferris, Aaron Metzger

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The relation between self regulation and school success over
time among Cub Scouts and non-Scouts
Paul A. Chase, Richard M Lerner

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Developmental Trajectories of Youth Self-rated Positive
Attributes and the Role of Scouting: A Four-wave Longitudinal
Study
Jun Wang, Richard M Lerner

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Theory of mind skills selectively predict children’s use of
epistemic cues to guide their social learning
Patricia E Brosseau-Liard, Danielle Penney, Diane PoulinDubois

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Naive Epistemology: Children use social cues when
determining what others know
Asheley R Landrum, Candice Mills, Angie Johnston, Amelia
Dawne Pflaum

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Do children monitor informants for the quality of their
information, or for successful outcomes?
Carolyn M Palmquist, Vikram K Jaswal

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Discerning minds: Older children become skeptical of an
unjustifiably confident informant
Rachel Severson, Susan A J Birch

(Event 2-071) Paper Symposium
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-071. Imaging the Infant Brain: Longitudinal Studies of
Brain-Behavior Associations
Chair: Jason J Wolff

(Event 2-074) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Corpus Callosum Development Linked to Sex Differences and
Cognitive Performance in Healthy Infants
Jason J Wolff, Takahiro Soda, Guido Gerig, Martin Styner,
Joseph Piven

2-074. Examining the Impact of Maternal Depression on
Offspring Development Across Childhood and Adolescence
Chair: Gemma Hammerton
Discussant: Daniel S. Shaw

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The Neural Circuitry Supporting Language Development in the
Infant Brain
Meghan Swanson, Jason J Wolff, Jed T. Elison, Hongbin Gu,
Heather Cody Hazlett, Kelly Botteron, Sarah Paterson, Martin
Styner, Guido Gerig, John Constantino, Stephen Dager, Annette
Mercer Estes, Clement Vachet, Joseph Piven

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Explaining Risk for Suicide-Related Behaviour in Adolescent
Offspring of Depressed Mothers
Gemma Hammerton, Stanley Zammit, Liam Mahedy, Rebecca
Pearson, Ruth Sellers, Anita Thapar, Stephan Collishaw

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The Association Between Postnatal Depression and Offspring
Academic Achievement and Depressed Mood in Adolescence
Rebecca Pearson, Marc H Bornstein, Miguel Cordero, Gaia
Scerif, Liam Mahedy, Jonathon Evans, Alan Stein

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Interrelation Between Maternal Depression and Child
Aggressive Behaviour and Emotional Problems During
Preschool Period
Chantal Paquin, Catherine Herba, Frank Vitaro, Richard E
Tremblay, Michel Boivin

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Can Infants’ White Matter Integrity at Birth Predict Their
Working Memory Performance at 1 and 2 Years of Age?
Sarah J. Short, Barbara Davis Goldman, Rachel Jessica
Steiner, Mihye Ahn, Martin Styner, John H Gilmore
White Matter Maturation Profiles Throughout Early Childhood
Predict General Cognitive Ability
Sean C Deoni, Jonathan O’Muircheartaigh, Jed T. Elison,
Holly Dirks, Irene Piryatinsky, Douglas C. Dean III

(Event 2-072) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-072. Conducting longitudinal research in the community:
Boundaries and other dilemmas
Moderator: Robin Gaines Lanzi
Panelists: David Fajgenbaum, Sharon Landesman Ramey,
Craig T Ramey, Shannon Carothers Bert

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Attention training to understand causal interactions between
reaction time, speed and learning in typical 12-month-old
infants.
Sam Wass, Kaili Clackson, Kaya Anna de Barbaro

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Evaluating the benefit of training in book-sharing on infant
language and attention: an RCT in South Africa
Peter Cooper, Lynne Murray

(Event 2-075) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-075. Longitudinal Influences of Attachment Across the
Lifespan on Socio-emotional Difficulties and Disorders.
Chairs: Ellen Moss, Magdalena A. Zdebik
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Childhood Attachment and Behavioural Inhibition as Risk
Factors for Intolerance of Uncertainty in Adulthood.
Magdalena A. Zdebik, Ellen Moss, Jean-Francois Bureau

(Event 2-078) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

Disorganized/Controlling Attachment, Role-reversal and
Caregiving Helplessness: Links to Adolescents’ Externalizing
Problems.
Vanessa Lecompte, Ellen Moss

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The Role of Adolescent Attachment Security Towards Parents
and Peers on Future Adaptation: A 10-year Longitudinal Study.
Katherine Pascuzzo, Ellen Moss, Chantal Cyr

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Disorganized-Controlling Attachment and Maternal Stress: Risk
Factors of Behavioral Disorders in a Clinical Sample of
Preschoolers
Chantal Cyr, Aliya Mubarak, Daniel Paquette, Martin StAndré, Mutsuko Emond, Karine Dubois-Comtois

2-078. Integrated School Readiness Interventions
Chairs: Helena Duch, Kimberly G Noble
Math and math + scaffolded play interventions: Analyses of
main effects on development of math competence and executive
function
Carrie Germeroth, Douglas H Clements, Julie Sarama, Carolyn
Layzer, Fatih Unlu, Lily Fesler

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C4L (Connect4Learning): Interdisciplinary Early Childhood
Education—Math, Science, Literacy, and Social-emotional
Development
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Douglas H Clements, Julie Sarama,
Nell Kristine Duke, Kimberly Brenneman

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Implementation of an integrated dual-generation intervention
targeting attention and self-regulation in at-risk preschoolers
Eric Pakulak, Theodore A Bell, Courtney Stevens, Jessica
Fanning, Scott Klein, Elif Isbell, Zayra Longoria, Amanda
Hampton Wray, Christina Karns, Ryan Guiliano, Helen Neville

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Getting Ready for School: Assessing the feasibility and fidelity
of an integrated school readiness intervention
Helena Duch, Saskia Op den Bosch, Samantha Ann Melvin,
Cassie Landers, Kimberly G Noble

(Event 2-076) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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2-076. Sources and consequences of SES-based inequality
in children's home environments
Chair: Ariel Kalil
Discussant: Rebecca M Ryan
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How Parents Feel When they Parent: Explaining EducationBased Differences in Time Use
Ariel Kalil, Susan Mayer, Lisa Gennetian

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An Economic Analysis of the Socio-Economic Gaps in
Investments in Children
Flavio Cunha, Irma Elo, Jennifer Culhane

(Event 2-079) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Class Gaps in Parenting and Children’s Later-Life Outcomes
Richard Reeves

2-079. A Multidimensional Approach to Social and
Religious Identity Development Among Muslim-American
Adolescents
Chair: Selcuk R. Sirin

(Event 2-077) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

Person-centered Examination of Collective Identity among
Muslim-American Adolescents
Madiha Tahseen, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

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Mann Ana? (Who am I?): Identity Explorations of Arab Muslim
American Children
Chin Reyes, Mona M. Amer, Pia Rebello Britto, Nancy Shemrah
Fallon

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The Association between Religious support, Family support,
Acculturation and Religious Identity in Arab American
adolescents
Sawssan Ahmed

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Diversity in Identity among Young Adult Muslim Americans
Kristine J. Ajrouch

2-077. Understanding and Training Children's Attention
Chairs: Ronny Geva, Sam Wass

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On the Development of Attention Networks: links between
Neonatal Neural Networks and Executive Attention at 8 years
Ronny Geva, Ayelet Dital, Adam Huttel, Jessica Schreiber

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Can gaze-interactive training be used as an intervention method
to improve core attention processes in infancy?
Linda Forssman, Sam Wass, Jukka Leppanen

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Variation in the social climate of middle school micro-contexts:
Implications for student problem behaviors
Maria D LaRusso, Stephanie M Jones, Joshua L Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber

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Prevalence and Patterns of Intergroup Peer Relations at Lunch
and Recess
Elise Cappella, Meghan Patricia McCormick, Diane L Hughes

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Students’ Rule Violations in Non-Classroom Settings Vary By
Location and Student Density
Anne Henry Cash, Catherine P Bradshaw

(Event 2-080) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-080. Innovative Approaches to Unresolved Questions in
the Study of Early Psychophysiological Development
Chairs: Cathi B Propper, Steven John Holochwost
Discussant: Jean-Louis Gariepy
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Longitudinal Latent Profile Analysis: An Innovative Approach
to Modeling Trajectories of RSA in Early Childhood
Nicholas James Wagner, Veronica Cole, Cathi B Propper,
William Roger Mills-Koonce

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Trajectories of Salivary Alpha Amylase and Cortisol in Early
Childhood: A Dual-Process Latent Growth Curve Model
Ashley Lynn Hill-Soderlund, Steven John Holochwost, Michael
T. Willougby, Douglas A Granger, Jean-Louis Gariepy, William
Roger Mills-Koonce, Martha J Cox

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(Event 2-083) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-083. Developing a Concept of Social Power
Chair: Selin Gulgoz
Discussant: Elizabeth Spelke

Physiological Self-Regulation in Early Childhood: A Definition
and Methodological Approach to its Representation
Steven John Holochwost, Jean-Louis Gariepy, William Roger
Mills-Koonce, Jacek Kolacz

Children Infer Social Power from Nonverbal Behavior
Elizabeth Brey, Rachel King, Kristin Shutts

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Children’s Conceptualization of the Different Manifestations of
Social Power
Selin Gulgoz, Susan A Gelman

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Implicit Internalization of Status Hierarchy Across Cultures
Yarrow C Dunham

(Event 2-081) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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2-081. Interpersonal Stress and Adolescent Internalizing
Psychopathology: The Role of Neurobiological Regulation
Chair: Matteo Giletta
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Child Maltreatment and Neural Function in Systems Underlying
Emotion Regulation
Kate McLaughlin, Margaret A. Sheridan

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Joint Contribution of HPA Axis Regulation and Motivation to
Adolescent Depression
Karen D. Rudolph, Wendy Troop-Gordon

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Endogenous Opioid System Influences Depressive Reactions to
Socially Painful Targeted Rejection Life Events in Adolescence
George M. Slavich, Molly A. Tartter, Patty Brennan, Costance
Hammen

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Social Stress-Induced Inflammatory Responses Moderate the
Effect of Interpersonal Life Stress on Depression in
Adolescence
Matteo Giletta, George M. Slavich, Karen D. Rudolph, Paul
David Hastings, Matthew K. Nock, Sarah W Helms, Mitchell J
Prinstein

(Event 2-084) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-084. Biological Substrates and Implications of Caregiving
Relationships: An Incursion into the Nervous System, the
Genes, and the Brain
Chairs: Annie Bernier, Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot
Longitudinal Associations Between the Quality of Motherinfant Interactions and Brain Development Across Infancy
Annie Bernier, Martha Ann Bell, Susan D Calkins

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Do Oxytocin and Dopamine Related Genes Moderate Effects of
Early Maternal Sensitivity on Toddler Self-Regulation?
Esther M. Leerkes, Susan D Calkins, Jinni Su, Vincent Henrich

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Genetic Determinants of Attachment Disorganization : Further
Evidence for the Role of the DRD4 and the 5-HTTLPR Genes
Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot, Hélène Gaudreau, Marie Helene
Pennestri, Ellen Moss, Annie Bernier, Marla Sokolowski, James
Kennedy, Leslie Atkinson, Michael Meaney

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Maternal Insensitivity in Childhood Predicts Greater
Electrodermal Reactivity during Adult Romantic Relationship
Interactions
Lee Raby, Glenn I. Roisman, Jeffry Simpson, W Andrew Collins,
Ryan Davies Steele

(Event 2-082) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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2-082. Student behavior and social interactions beyond the
classroom: Examining the lunchroom, playground, and
other school settings
Chair: Maria D LaRusso
Discussant: Edward Seidman

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(Event 2-085) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-088) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-085. Children’s Visits with Incarcerated Parents:
Implications for Intervention and Policy
Chair: Rebecca J Shlafer
Discussant: Alison Leslie Miller

2-088. Models for Increasing the Capacity of Parents to
Change the Trajectory of Children’s Language Outcomes
Chair: Dale Walker
Discussant: Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek

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Young Children of Jailed Parents: Emotions and Behaviors
During Jail Visits and at Home
Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan, Hilary Runion, Lindsay Adelman
Weymouth, Cynthia F Burnson

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Partnerships to Use Strategies that Promote the Communication
and Language of Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs
Dale Walker, Kathryn Bigelow, Jane Atwater, Constance
Beecher

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Adapting an Observation Checklist for use with Older Children
and Adolescents of Jailed Parents
Rebecca J Shlafer, Lauren A Hindt, Laurel Davis

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Extended Visiting for Incarcerated Mothers and their Children:
Mothers’ and Caregivers’ Perspectives of Program Participation
Erin Casey, Megan Duininck, Rebecca J Shlafer

The Effects of Parent-implemented Communication
Intervention on Toddlers with Receptive and Expressive
Language Delays
Ann P Kaiser, Megan Y. Roberts

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Project ASPIRE: A parent-directed intervention for underserved
children who are deaf or hard of hearing
Dana Suskind, Eileen Graf, Kristin R. Leffel, Elizabeth Suskind,
Marc W Hernandez

(Event 2-086) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-089) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-086. Heterogeneous Hippocampal Development from
Childhood into Adolescence: Implications for Memory and
Cognition
Chairs: Joshua K Lee, Simona Ghetti
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Relations between episodic memory and hippocampal
subregion volumes in early childhood
Tracy Riggins, Elizabeth Mulligan, Sarah Louise Blankenship,
Katherine Rice, Elizabeth Redcay

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Developmental Change in Item-Space, Item-Time, and ItemItem Relational Binding in Episodic Memory and Hippocampal
Structure
Joshua K Lee, John Wendelken, Silvia Bunge, Simona Ghetti

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Exploration of regional hippocampus measures through
development and related memory function
noa ofen, Ana M Daugherty

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Regional Development of Hippocampal Subfield Volumes and
its Associations with Cognition and Memory
Christian K Tamnes, Stine Krogsrud, Anders M. Fjell, Kristine
B. Walhovd

2-089. New Directions in Research Exploring Links
Between Executive Function and Experience
Chairs: Sabine Doebel, Jane Barker
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Relationships Between Children’s Daily Activities and the
Development of Self-Directed Executive Function
Jane Barker, Yuko Munakata

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A Neurobehavioral Study of the Impact of Television on
Executive Function in Preschoolers
Hui Li, Angeline Lillard, Zongkui Zhou, Fuxing Wang

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The Role of Language in the Development of Conflict
Detection and Executive Function: A Training Study
Sabine Doebel, Philip David Zelazo

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Executive Function and the Classroom Environment:
Consequences for Learning
Karrie Elizabeth Godwin, Anna V Fisher

(Event 2-090) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-087) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-090. Addressing the decrease in access to child and
adolescent research participants: Creative solutions and
considerations
Moderator: Fran C Blumberg
Panelists: Joshua L Brown, Peter A Ornstein, Alexandra
Gottardo, Celia B Fisher

2-087. Bridging the Research to Practice Gap in Positive
Youth Development: The Role of Multi-Disciplinary
Collaboration
Moderator: Kelly Murphy
Panelists: Reed W Larson, Tiffany D Berry, Kristin A Moore,
Amy K. Syvertsen

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(Event 2-091) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 2-093) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

2-091. Genetically Informed Approaches to the Study of
the Early Risk Factors
Chair: Brian M. D'Onofrio

2-093. Chaos in the House: Advancing understanding of
socio-economic risk and the family context
Chair: Barbara H Fiese
Discussant: Kirby Deater-Deckard

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Maternal Body Mass Index, Adverse Birth Outcomes, and
Infant Mortality: A Cousin- and Sibling-Comparison Study
Brian M. D'Onofrio, A. Sara Oberg, Quetzal Athena Class,
Martin E. Rickert, Lauren Bramson, Catarina Almqvist, Henrik
Larsson, Paul Lichtenstein

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Maternal smoking during pregnancy via birth record report: Is
it accurate? Can we do better?
Valerie S Knopik, Kristine Marceau, Rohan H C Palmer, Taylor
F. Smith, Andrew C. Heath

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Measurement of Prenatal and Early Life Risk and Early
Childhood Behavioral Outcome
Jenae M Neiderhiser, Kristine Marceau, Marielena De AraujoGreecher, Jody Ganiban, Linda C Mayes, Daniel S. Shaw,
David Reiss, Leslie Leve

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Biological risk for ADHD, disrupted family relationships, and
child psychopathology: Complementary genetically-sensitive
designs
Gordon T Harold, Leslie Leve, Jenae M Neiderhiser, Daniel S.
Shaw, Misaki Natsuaki, David Reiss, Anita Thapar

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Household Chaos and Child Physiology Across Infancy and
Toddlerhood: A Child-Fixed Effect Approach.
Daniel Berry, Clancy Blair, Lynne Vernon-Feagans, Michael
Willoughby, Douglas Granger

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Socioeconomic Risk Moderates the Link between Household
Chaos and Angry Authoritarian Parenting
Shereen El Mallah, Martha Ann Bell, Kirby Deater-Deckard

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Family Chaos and Food Insecurity: A new frame for
understanding resource availability in low income households
Barbara H Fiese, Craig Gundersen, Brenda Koester, Blake L.
Jones

(Event 2-094) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am
2-094. From Gestures to First Words: How Parents’
Responsiveness Boosts Vocabulary in Typical and Atypical
Language Development
Chair: Nevena Dimitrova

(Event 2-092) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Infants’ Prelinguistic Communicative Acts and Maternal
Responses: Relations to Linguistic Development
Zhen Wu, Julie Gros-Louis

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Stability and Change in Adjustment Profiles: Parenting and the
Achievement-Adjustment Paradox in Chinese American
Adolescents
Yijie Wang, Su Yeong Kim, Yishan Shen, Yang Hou

Early Gesture-Speech Combinations During Parent-Child
Interactions in Infants at Heightened Risk for Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Meaghan Venezia Parlade, Nina B Leezenbaum, Jana M
Iverson

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Tiger Parents or Sheep Parents?: Struggles of Parental
Involvement in Working-Class Chinese Immigrant Families
Desiree B Qin, Eun-Jin Jinny Han

Mothers’ Labeling Responses Mediate the Relation Between
Infants’ Gestural Bids and Their Vocabularies
Janet Olson, Elise Frank Masur

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Parent’s Responses to Child Gestures in Commenting but not
Requesting Contexts Boost Word Learning in Autism and
Down Syndrome
Nevena Dimitrova, SEYDA OZCALISKAN, Lauren B Adamson

2-092. Asian American Parenting and Youth Development:
Moving Beyond “Tiger” Parenting
Chair: Yoonsun Choi
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Culturally specific parent mental distress, parent-child relations
and youth depression among Korean American mothers and
fathers
Miwa Yasui, Tae Yeun Kim, Yoonsun Choi

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Varying Impact of Youth Cultural Orientations on Perception of
Family Process and Developmental Outcomes among Korean
Americans
Yoonsun Choi, Tae Yeun Kim, Dina Drankus Pekelnicky,
Kihyun Kim, You Seung Kim

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(Event 2-095) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 9:55am-11:25am

7

The Use of an Eye-Tracking Paradigm for Analysis of Visual
Fixation Patterns in Typically Developing Infants
Chandni Parikh, Ann M Mastergeorge

2-095. Thinking beyond the lab: Understanding cognition
across contexts can advance the application of
developmental research
Chair: Sammy Perone

8

As Different as Day and Night: Executive function development
from 24 to 36 months
Alleyne Ross, Martha Ann Bell

9

On the Uniformity of the Television Viewing-Executive
Function Association: The Role of Socio-Economic Status
Amy I. Nathanson

10

The Relation between Syntax and Executive Function in
Preschoolers
Emanuela Yeung, Ulrich Mueller

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Effects of task context can shed light onto cognitive selforganization: Taking a dynamic view of visual memory
development
Vanessa R. Simmering

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Preschoolers are less willing to delay gratification in an
untrustworthy social context
Laura Elizabeth Michaelson, Yuko Munakata

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Fostering executive functions across contexts
Sammy Perone, Megan Galligan Lorenz, John P Spencer,
Larissa K Samuelson

Seeking help to remember: Children only consider their own
confidence
Shaina Frieling Rowell, Vikram K Jaswal

12

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Different mechanisms for regulating sustained attention and
learning in children
Lucy Claire Erickson, Karrie Elizabeth Godwin, John Paul
Dickerson, Erik Daniel Thiessen, Anna V Fisher

Association of Daytime Sleepiness and Recall in Children
Mediated by Differences in Strategy Use
Jane F Gaultney

13

Memory Load and the Precision of Infants’ Working Memory
for Object Identities
Aimee E Stahl, Melissa M Kibbe, Lisa Feigenson

Biological Processes
14

Biological underpinnings of temperament in early childhood:
The role of joint activity of physiological systems
Jacek Kolacz, Steven John Holochwost, Chelsea Grace Nehler,
Jean-Louis Gariepy, Ashley Lynn Hill-Soderlund

15

Autonomic and Adrenocortical interactions predict mental
health in late adolescents: the TRAILS study
Esther Nederhof, Kristine Marceau, Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff, Paul
David Hastings, Albertine Oldehinkel

16

Cortisol-sAA Asymmetry: Associations with Negative
Emotions and Internalizing/Externalizing Problems in Early
Childhood
Jacek Kolacz, Chelsea Grace Nehler, Jean-Louis Gariepy,
Vanessa Volpe, Ashley Lynn Hill-Soderlund

Friday, 10:25am-11:40am
(Event 2-096) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 10:25am-11:40am
2-096. Poster Session 6
Attention, Learning, Memory
1

Maternal Psychological Health and Preschoolers’ Executive
Function: The Moderating Role of Child Temperamental
Sadness
Seulki Ku, Xin Feng, Emma Hooper, Qiong Wu

2

Predictive Validity of Executive Function for Early Childhood
Screening
Amanda J. Wenzel, Amanuel Medhanie, Maureen J. Seiwert,
Ann S Masten

17

The integration of motivational and control processes in high
and low risk-taking adolescents
Nikki Lee, Wouter Weeda, Lydia Krabbendam, Mariëtte
Huizinga

3

Lifespan Planning and Problem Solving: Children but not
Younger/Older Adults Fail to Adjust Planning to Problem
Difficulty
W Keith Berg

18

Neurophysiological Signature of Violence Desensitization and
N2 Activation: An ERP Study
Shannin Moody, Connie Lamm

19

4

Training- and Transfer Effects of Causally Related Feedback in
the Dimensional Change Card Sorting task on preschoolers
Bianca van Bers, Ingmar Visser, Maartje Raijmakers

Externalizing Symptoms in Post-Institutionalized (PI) Children
are Partially Mediated by Altered EEG Asymmetry
Tahl Ida Frenkel, Bonny Donzella, Kristin Anne Frenn, Connie
Lamm, Nathan A Fox, Megan R Gunnar

5

Infants Attend to the Mouth of a Talking Face at 14 & 18
Months of Age
Amy H Tift, Nicholas Minar, David J Lewkowicz

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6

Visual attention to spatial proximity during interactions across
development
Martyna Alexandra Galazka, Pär Nyström

Restrictive Child Feeding Practices Influence College Students’
BMI Directly and Emotional Eating Indirectly Through Food
Cravings
Natalie Williams, Escalante Elsa, Maren Hankey

21

Breastfeeding is More Than a Proxy for Parenting: Prospective
Associations of Breastfeeding with Child Achievement
Nerli Paredes Ruvalcaba, Tamar Y. Khafi, Tuppett M. Yates

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38

Neural correlates of representing number in different formats
(digits, dot patterns, number words) during calculation in
children
Lien Peters, Hans Op de Beeck, Bert De Smedt

39

Is Approximate Number System Dependent on Sensory
Modality? Visual and Tactile Comparison in Preschoolers and
Second Graders
Fanny Gimbert, Edouard Gentaz, Valérie Camos, Karine
Mazens

40

What Leads to Strategy Change? Examining the Effects of
Exposure to Alternative Strategies and Negative Feedback
Sarah Abbey Brown, Martha Wagner Alibali

Cognitive Processes
22

Hidden Barriers: Can 11-month-old infants infer a constraint on
sampling?
Stephanie Denison, Mariami Khourochvili

23

Individual Differences in Inhibitory Control and
Misconceptions in Instructional Analogy
Kreshnik Begolli

24

Probabilistic Reasoning of Adolescents and Young Adults in
Challenging Contexts during an Electronic Game of Chance
Sirley Trugilho da Silva, Claudia Broetto Rossetti, Simone
Chabudee Pylro

25

Infants integrate probability and number when reasoning under
uncertainty
Terri Middleton, Stephanie Denison

41

It’s a Pattern! The Importance of Early Pattern Knowledge for
Middle School Mathematics Achievement
Bethany RittleJohnson, Kerry Guess Hofer, Dale C Farran

26

No Pain, No Gain? How Beliefs About Painful-Effortful
Medical Interventions Shift Over Development
Kristi Lynn Lockhart, Julie Merriam, Mariel Kathryn Goddu,
Frank C Keil

42

Longitudinal Relationships Between Executive Functions,
Prospective Memory, and Metacognition in Children: EF Make
a Difference
Manuela Spiess, Beat Meier, Claudia M. Roebers

27

Children’s judgments regarding the causal mechanisms
underlying food origins
Helana Girgis, Simone Nguyen

43

28

Multiple types of knowledge about objects’ buoyancy within
individuals and related to age
Rooske K. Franse, Tessa J. P. van Schijndel, Maartje
Raijmakers

Positive Illusions in Youth With ADHD: Inaccurate or
Imprecise? The Predictive Accuracy of Academic & Behavioral
Self-Evaluations
Todd Chan, Rhonda Martinussen

44

Developing Metacognitive Monitoring and Control: What Do
Children Need to Succeed?
Allison O'Leary, Vladimir Sloutsky

45

Young Children’s Strategies for Judging Word Knowledge
John M Marazita, Jennifer Miller, William E Merriman

29

Pupillometric Evidence for U-shaped Development in Intuitive
Physics
Horst Krist, Wolfgang Bartels, Henrike Fischer, Claudia Wiese

30

Pursuing purpose: Relations between meaningful life goals and
goal pursuit strategies
Jennifer Agans, Michelle Beth Weiner, Kendall Cotton Bronk

31

What’s There To Do? How Extra-Curricular Activities
Facilitate Successful Adjustment
Abigail Todhunter-Reid

32

Social Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms as Predictors of
Poorer Problem Solving Skills in Young Adults
Shannon Brothers, Douglas Nangle, Hannah A Ford, Ethan
Rothstein, Karim Assous, Jennifer Sauve, Natalie M. Holbrook

33

Improving Children’s Decision-Making Competence
Xin Zhang

34

“Ducks Don’t Say Oink!”: When Young Children Protest
Unrealistic Fiction
Julia W Van de Vondervoort, Ori Friedman

35

The Relationship Between Having an Imaginary Companion as
a Child and Fiction Involvement and Empathy as an Adult
Alison B Sachet, Eric Y Liao, Minica Long, Abigail M. Pugh

36

Children’s use of testimony to determine the reality status of
novel creatures
Brooke Miller, Ansley Gilpin, Jacqueline D Woolley

37

Children's interests and cognitive development: From digital
play to pretend friends
Jesenia Rivera, Molly Alysse Schlesinger, Israel Flores,
Rebekah A. Richert

Developmental Disabilities
Electrophysiological Markers of Autism Spectrum Disorder in
Infants with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
Kandice Varcin, Shafali Spurling Jeste, Charles A. Nelson

47

Age at Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Experience of
a Tertiary Care Hospital in North India
Prahbhjot Malhi, Pratibha Singhi

48

Independent Validation of the Brief Observation of Social
Communication-Change (BOSCC) in an RCT for Toddlers with
ASD
Themba Carr, Marcella Mattos, Amanda Gulsrud, Connie Lynn
Kasari

49

A Longitudinal Study of Parent Discipline and Compliance of
Children With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorder
Lisa Keylon, Megan M. Pruitt, Naomi Ekas

50

Predictors of Compliance Among Toddlers At-Risk for Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Naomi Ekas, Nicole M McDonald, Daniel Messinger, Megan
M. Pruitt, Lisa Keylon

51

Recognition of Emotion from Facial Expressions in High
Functioning Autistic and Typically Developing Children
Denise A Davidson, Elizabeth Hilvert, Michael Giordano,
JoAnn Dynkin

52

Hierarchical Object Categorization in Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Jaime Vitrano, Laraine McDonough

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53

Community Participation of Youth with Intellectual and/or
Developmental Disabilities with and without Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Ami Tint, Jonathan A Weiss

66

Co-Occurring Peer Aggression and Internalizing Problems in
Middle Childhood
Ryan Wong, Wendy L G Hoglund

54

Cognitive and Social Communication Outcomes and Change of
Diagnostic Classification in Autism: A 1.5 Year Follow-Up
Chung-Hsin Chiang, Ching-Lin Chu, Yai-Chi Hsieh, Chin-Chin
Wu, Yuh-Ming Hou, Jiun-Horng Liu

67

Understanding Why Early Temperament Leads to Adolescents’
Maladjustment: Social-Developmental Processes
Marieke (J.M.) Buil, Pol van Lier, Mara Brendgen, Frank
Vitaro

55

The number and quality of friendships of children with
developmental disabilities
Busisiwe Ncube, Adrienne Perry, James Bebko, Jonathan A
Weiss

68

Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Associations Between
Preschoolers’ Emotional Disorders and Parenting Stress
Carmen Bondy, Lilly Shanahan, Helen Egger, Adrian Angold

69

Childhood Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms: Longitudinal
Association and Genetic Etiology
Laurence Tanguay-Garneau, Evelyne Touchette, Nadine
Forget-Dubois, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Michel Boivin,
Ginette Dionne

70

Uniquely impaired brain-reward function in high-risk youth
Rachel LePage, Hilary Marusak, Matthew Carroll, Moriah
Thomason

71

Expressed Emotion-Criticism and Depression: A Novel Study
of Youth Conducting the Five Minute Speech Sample
Effua Sosoo, Katie Lynn Burkhouse, Brandon E Gibb

72

The Role of Cognitive Attributional Styles in the Relation
between Loss and Depressive Symptoms among Youth
Jessica Arizaga, Elizabeth Knowlton, Jarrett Lewis, Kathryn E
Grant, Emma Kristine Adam

73

Early Maladaptive Schemas and Procrastination: The Mediating
Effect of Anxiety
Kaiqing Tang, FANG FAN

Comparing School-based and Computerized Indicated
Depression Prevention Programs: a Randomized Controlled
Trial
Marlou Poppelaars, Yuli R Tak, Anna Lichtwarck-Aschoff,
Rutger Engels, Adam Lobel, Sally N. Merry, Mathijs F. G.
Lucassen, Isabela I Granic

74

Development of self regulation during early childhood and
impacts on longer term mental health and school functioning
Lianne J Woodward, Samudragupta Bora, Verena E Pritchard,
Caron A. C. Clark

Maternal Postnatal Depression and Children’s Expression of
Emotions in Face-to-Face Interactions at 4 Months.
Mette Vaever, Anne Tharner, Johanne Smith-Nielsen, Marianne
Thode Krogh

75

Examining the Relation Between Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia
and Depressive Symptoms in Emerging Adults: A Longitudinal
Study
Mona Yaptangco Dryjski, Sheila E Crowell, Brian R Baucom,
Erik Hansen, Daniel L Bride

56

Language Outcomes of Mandarin-Speaking Late Talkers: A
Longitudinal Study from Two to Six Years of Age
Huei-Mei Liu, Pei-Han Huang, Feng-Ming Tsao

57

Trajectories of Developmental Functioning among Children of
Adolescent Mothers: Factors Associated with Delay and
Recovery
Laudan B Jahromi, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Kimberly
Updegraff, Katharine Zeiders

58

59

Processing Speed and Working Memory Mediate Early Literacy
Difficulties in Preterm Children
Claudia Cardoso-Martins, ALEXANDRE CAMPOS
Linguistic, Spatial, and Numerical Deficits in Children with
Mathematics Learning Disability and Persistent Low
Achievement
Xiao Zhang, Pekka Räsänen, Tuire Koponen, Kaisa Aunola,
Marja-Kristiina Lerkkanen, Jari-Erik Nurmi

Developmental Psychopathology
60

61

62

Etiological pathways to rejection sensitivity in a high risk
sample
Rina Das Eiden, Stephanie Godleski, Lorig Kachadourian

63

The Role of Anxiety and Substance Use Motives in
Understanding Alcohol and Marijuana Use in Youth with
Psychopathic Traits
Christopher Gillen, Christopher T Barry

76

Child Genotype Moderates the Impact of Maternal Parenting
Stress Among Preschoolers
Molly Davis, Cynthia Mary Suveg, Anne E Shaffer, Steven R.H.
Beach

64

Direct and Indirect Effects of Maternal Stress on Child SocialEmotional Outcomes in a Low-Income, African-American
Sample
Jessica Lynn Riggs, Heather C. Janisse, Sara E. Johns,
Cassandra Esposito, Rachel Chase

77

Exploring sensitivity to stress in infants: A genetic,
psychobiological and attachment study
Felipe Lecannelier, Jaime Silva, Gabriela Repetto, Luis
Salazar, Karina Jaramillo, Cecilia Vial

65

Differences of Adjustment Problems over Time in Securely and
Insecurely Attached Children in Middle Childhood
Lina Gervinskaitė-Paulaitienė, Rasa Barkauskiene, Izabele
Grausliene

78

Basic Psychosocial Need Satisfaction and Internalizing
Symptoms of Urban Low-Income African American
Adolescents
Kelsey Sala-Hamrick, Brittany Kohlberger, Patricia
Richardson, Marilyn Franklin, Matthew Carroll, Lilia Mucka,
Valerie A Simon, Douglas Barnett

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79

From First Sexual Intercourse to First Childbirth: Associations
with Early Alcohol Use
Kelly Doran, Mary Waldron

94

ADHD and Substance Use via Reward Sensitivity in Young
Adults
Alexandra Ortiz, Erica D. Musser

The Role of ADHD Symptomatology in Response to a
Narrative Comprehension Intervention
Laura Vincent, Angela N Hayden, Janice Almasi, Alison Kaiser,
Sara Reeves, Stephanie Hilton, Elizabeth P Lorch

80

95

Child maltreatment and drug use in young adulthood: The role
of self-concepts development during adolescence
Assaf Oshri, Josephine Kwon, K.A.S Wickrama

The role of understanding of comic conventions in graphic
novel reading comprehension and story retelling in children
Simpson WL Wong, Anita Wong, Wing On Li, Connie S.-H. Ho

81

96

The Role of Maternal Home Literacy Practices in Children’s
Foreign Language Anxiety and Vocabulary Knowledge
Bonnie Wing-Yin Chow, Barbie Hiu-Tung Chui, Michael WeiChun Lai, Simpson WL Wong

Education, Schooling
82

Cognitive and Noncognitive Determinants of High School
Grades, SAT Scores, and First Year College Persistence
Brian Galla, Elizabeth P. Shulman, Benjamin D Plummer,
Sidney D''Mello, Amy S Finn, Angela Lee Duckworth

97

Factors that Predict (and Do Not Predict) the Frequency of
Low-income Parent’s Reading to their Children
Amy E Treat, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Terri Sabol,
P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Jordan Love, Elise Chor

83

"Membership has its privileges": Student incentives and
stigmatized identities in the accountability era
Thurston Domina, Andrew Penner, Emily Penner

98

Parent Guidance of Young Children’s Scientific and
Mathematical Reasoning in a Science Museum
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Alyssa Kendall, Kate Massey

84

Lost in Translation: Does Language Brokering Pose a Risk to
Executive Functions and Academic Achievement?
Valerie Christina Flores, Christine P. Li-Grining, Vanessa R
Rainey, Perla Blanca Gamez, Robert G Morrison, Rebecca
Levin Silton, Eva Gjorgieva, Riley Sticca

99

Does Socioeconomic Status Matter for Beliefs about School
Learning in Japan? Examinations of First Graders
Yoko Yamamoto

85

From Shameful Experience to Math Anxiety: Overgeneralization is the Key Link
Yan Mu, Zijing He, Lianze Hou

86

Early Understanding of Math Equivalence Predicts Future Math
Achievement
Brianna Devlin, Nicole McNeil, Cristina Carrazza, Caroline
Byrd, Mary O McKeever

87

101 Student Coping across the Transition to Middle School: Do
Patterns Differ for Students with Differing Levels of Teacher
Support?
Ellen A Skinner, Jennifer Pitzer, Cailin Tricia Currie, Heather
Anne Brule
102 Infants, Toddlers, and Touchscreens: A Descriptive Study of
Early Touchscreen Use and Parent Attitudes
Emily S. Dodson, Ashleigh A. McClane, Tiffany A. Pempek

Worrying about Math from Childhood through Adolescence:
An ALT Analysis of Developmental Trajectories
Erin H Arruda, Adele Eskeles Gottfried, Allen W. Gottfried

88

Reading Assessment, Pre-service Teachers and Students with
Special Needs; A Complex and Sometimes Misleading
Interaction
Mark Lauterbach, Katharine Pace Miles

89

Using the Partial Credit Model (PCM) to evaluate the Student
Engagement in Mathematics Scale (SEMS)
Micela Leis, Sara Rimm-Kaufman

90

100 The role of persistence in early school adjustment
Denise H Daniels

103 The Development of Media Literacy in Adolescence
Verena Gralke, Carolin Braun, Gerhild Nieding
104 The Role of Media in the Narrative Comprehension Deficits of
Children At-Risk for ADHD
Angela N Hayden, Kelly Moore, Elizabeth P Lorch, Rich Milich

Family Context & Processes
105 Growing up Among Caring Siblings: Sib-Care in Zambia and
the Netherlands
Haatembo Mooya

Executive Function and Beyond: Challenge Preference as a
Motivator for Children’s Success in School
Stephanie Leah Haft, Jenna Elizabeth Finch, Jelena Obradovic

91

Are First Graders’ Careful Work Habits a Predictor of Job
Commitment in Adulthood? A 22-Year Longitudinal Study
Georg Stoeckli

92

Recess Dampens Anxiety and Aggressive Behaviors in
Preschool Classrooms
Thomas G Reio, Kaitlyn S. Pereyra, Brooke T. Reio

93

The Effect of Orthographic Mapping, Context, and Word Class
on Sight Word Learning for Native and Non-Native EnglishSpeakers
Katharine Pace Miles, Linnea C Ehri

106 The Effectiveness of Parenting Interventions for Ethnic
Minority and Low Socioeconomic Status Families: A
Systematic Review
Krista van Mourik, Mathilde R. Crone, Ria Reis
107 Child, Parent, and Family Predictors of Parental
Responsiveness to and Acceptance of the child at Home
Feihong Wang, Patricia Ann Snyder, James Algina, Martha J
Cox
108 Keeping It in the Family: Commodification of Family, Friend,
and Neighbor Child Care among Low-income Mothers
Colleen Vesely, Katherine E. Speirs, Kevin Roy

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109 Parental influences on rural youths’ choices about college
education
Ui Jeong Moon, Heather A Bouchey

124 Child maltreatment and sexual risk behavior: Maltreatment
types and gender differences
Sonya Negriff, Janet Schneiderman, Penelope K Trickett

110 A Comparison Between Twin and Non-Twin Sibling
Relationship Quality
Katharine Shaw, Alison Pike, Bonamy R Oliver, Rachel Latham

125 Interaction of Total Sleep and Variability in Nightly Bedtime
Predicting Adolescents’ Stress Outcomes
Margaret Dunbar, Sheena Jeswani, Tiffany Yip

111 Sibling Relationships: The Role of Gender in Predicting
Adolescent Coping Strategies
Laura Jenine Finan, Mellissa Gordon, Christine McCauley
Ohannessian, Jessica Schulz

126 Breastfeeding and infant sleep patterns
Cláudia Dias, Barbara de Carvalho Figueiredo, Catarina
Canário, Rui Nunes-Costa, Tiago Pinto, Luis Pinheiro
127 Does the Discrepancy between Sensation Seeking and Impulse
Control Mediate the Sleep Functioning – Deviance Link?
Gabriela Jiskrova, Alexander T Vazsonyi, Albert Ksinan

112 Can Sibling Relationships Compensate for Deficits in ParentAdolescent Relationships? A Pattern Analytic Approach
Umadevi Senguttuvan, Shawn D Whiteman

Language, Communication

113 Separating socioeconomic and emotional adversity: Links
between early life stress and children’s executive functioning
skills
Jenna Elizabeth Finch, Jelena Obradovic

128 Does being bilingual impact executive functions in Autism
Spectrum Disorders?
Ana Maria Gonzalez Barrero, Aparna Nadig
129 Code-switching and parental expression of emotion in Chinese
American immigrant families
Aya Williams, Stephen H Chen, Qing Zhou

114 Interactive Effects of Early-Life Income Harshness and
Unpredictability on Functioning in Kindergarten and
Adolescence
Zhi Li, Siwei Liu, Sarah Hartman, Jay Belsky

130 Monolingual (English, Spanish) and Bilingual (EnglishSpanish) Children's Use of the Shape Bias
Denise A Davidson, Ligia Gomez Franco, Elizabeth Hilvert,
Sandra B Vanegas

115 Maternal and Child Psychiatric Symptoms After Exposure to
Potentially Traumatic Events: Additive or Synergistic Effects of
Poverty
Amy Heberle, Sarah A.O. Gray, Margaret Briggs-Gowan, Alice
S Carter

131 Gesture, working memory and anxiety: Influences on children’s
reporting of past events
Lauren Forwood, Naomi Sweller, Elizabeth Austin

116 Self-Esteem and Siblings: Influences of Sibling Warmth and
Sibling Conflict
Daniel H Erickson, Christina Rogers Hollifield, Emily A Butler,
Katherine Jewsbury Conger

132 Pointing Gestures Facilitate the Learning of Safety Values in
Children
Caitlin Hilliard, Elizabeth O'Neal, Jodie Plumert, Susan
Wagner Cook

117 Children’s Use of Internal State Language with Siblings and
Friends in Play
Shireen Abuhatoum

133 The development of children’s real-time American Sign
Language sentence processing
Todd LaMarr, Kyle MacDonald, Virginia A. Marchman, David
Corina, Anne Fernald

Health, Growth, Injury
118 To Tan or Not to Tan: Emerging Adult Women’s Appearance
Motives
Suzanne Prior, Isabel Brun

134 A tent is like a house vs. a house is like a tent: The asymmetry
of comparisons and its effect on children's construal of concepts
Eleanor Kathryn Chestnut, Ellen M Markman

119 Health Promotion or Illness Prevention: Does it differ between
children and adults?
Matthew J Jiang, Catherine Ives-Louter, Karl S Rosengren

135 When an adjective behaves like a verb: The acquisition of
adjectival verbs in Mandarin Chinese
Margaret Y Yeh, Letitia R Naigles

120 Factors influencing measles vaccination among children in
Ghana: An analysis of the 2008 Ghana Demographic Health
Survey
Raymond Haligah

136 Children’s On-Line Interpretation of Grammatical Aspect
Andrew Lawson, Shari Speer, Laura Wagner
137 Words for the wise? Novel word learning at 21 months predicts
language-specific outcomes at age 10
Katherine E Ridge, Haruka Konishi, Vinaya Rajan, Roberta M
Golinkoff, Derek Michael Houston, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek,
Nancy Eastman, Richard G Schwartz

121 Identifying Distinct Risk Subgroups of Mental Health Problems
among College Students: A Latent Profile Analysis
Binyuan su, Wei Zhang
122 Association between attachment representations and
symptomatology among preschool victims of sexual abuse
Florence Charest, Martine Hebert, Annie Bernier

138 Word-learning benefits from pre-linguistic categorical
knowledge
Barbara Pomiechowska, Teodora Gliga

123 Poor Quality of Sleep in Foster Children Relates to
Maltreatment and Placement Conditions
Karine Dubois-Comtois, Chantal Cyr, Marie Helene Pennestri,
Roger Godbout, Janie St-Onge, Mylène Lessard

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139 Signatures of Domain-General Categorization Mechanisms in
Color Word Learning
Daniel Yurovsky, Katie Wagner, David A Barner, Michael C.
Frank

154 Capuchin monkeys show no evidence for inequity aversion in a
costly choice task
Linda Chang, Rebecca Spaulding, Kristin Leimgruber, Peter R
Blake, Katherine McAuliffe, Laurie Santos

140 If you’re happy and I know it: Four-year-olds’ emotional
perspective-taking during on-line language comprehension
Melanie Khu, Susan A Graham

155 Positive and Negative Parenting and Adolescents’ Prosocial
Behavior Toward Three Targets
Laura M Padilla-Walker, Matthew Nielson

141 Early Language Experience Predicts Children’s Use of
Semantic Cues to Anticipate an Upcoming Noun
Adriana Weisleder, Anne Fernald

156 Predicting Individual Family Members’ Perceptions of Parental
Value Socialization
Wendy M Rote, Laura Wray-Lake, Jennifer C. Shubert

142 Special role of words may emerge over time – no evidence for
advantage of linguistic stimuli over non-linguistic ones in
children
Tanja Roembke, Kelsey K Wiggs, Bob McMurray

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

143 What is the Nature of Tip-of-the-Tongue States in Children?
Lisa Gershkoff-Stowe

157 Sensitivity of Mothers with Intellectual Disability is Predicted
by a History of Maltreatment and Predictive of Child
Attachment
Tommie Forslund, Mari Fransson, Lene Lindberg, Lydia
Springer, Pehr Granqvist

144 Novel Phonotactic Learning: Influence of Orthographic
Knowledge
Amélie Bernard, Kristine Onishi

158 Can we improve foster parents' ability to see themselves from
the outside, and their foster children from the inside?
Tina Adkins, Peter Fonagy, Patrick Luyten

145 Children’s classification of regional dialect
Zack Jones, Laura Wagner, Cynthia Clopper

159 Epigenetics as the link between development and experience:
NR3C1 (GR) methylation, anxiety, attachment and 5-HTTLPR
Genotypes
Karen M. Jones-Mason, I. Elaine Allen, Steven Hamilton, MD,
Ph.D.

Methods, History, Theory
146 Differential Susceptibility to Home Environment on
Preschoolers’ Motor Development: Birth Weight as a
Susceptibility Factor
Jennifer CL Wu, Tung-liang Chiang

160 Modeling Secure Base Parenting Cognitions
Sandra Skinner, Harriet Salatas Waters, Isaac Reuben
Rodriguez, Nicholas Ullrich, Everett Waters

147 Slicing up the pizza: Cooperative behavior of children in a
public goods game and its relation to psychopathology.
Jan Keil, Lars Otto White, Susan Sierau, Anna Andreas,
Annette M Klein, Leonhard Resch, Kai von Klitzing, Andrea
Michel

161 Cross-lagged structural equation model of attachment security
and depression among Japanese in middle childhood
Tatsuya Murakami, Tatsuma Nakao
162 Marital Aggression and Childrearing Disagreements: Relations
to Child Secure Base Behavior in a Preschool Sample
Laura Y Anaya, Hannah Addie, Jill M Trumbell, German E
Posada

148 Alternative Models for Small-Sample, Repeated Measures Data:
Applying Mixed Effects Models and Generalized Estimating
Equations
Chelsea Muth, Emilio Ferrer, Karen Bales

163 An Investigation of Protective Factors among Families
Amy Smith, Antoinette M. London-Johnson, Cara D. Bosler,
Michael M Criss, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Caitlyn C.
Russell

Moral Development
149 Character Strengths and Values: Theoretical Integrations and
Empirical Tests
Jennifer C. Shubert, Laura Wray-Lake, Aaron Metzger, Amy K.
Syvertsen

164 Infancy to Adulthood: Vocal Turn-Taking in Infancy, 12-Month
Attachment, and Adult Attachment, Depression, Anxiety,
Dissociation
Beatrice Beebe, Hope Igleheart, Miriam Steele, Howard Steele,
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Stanley - Feldstein, Allison Dorf, Andrea
Tocci, Caroline Kazlow, Dhru Desai, Meagan Mak, Alessandra
Iovinella, Natalie Buchinsky, Nataliya Rubinchik, Tina Lee,
Anielle Fredman, Annie Egleson, Anna-Lee Stafford, Josef Kala

150 Toddlers Prefer to Help Familiar People
Meredith Allen, Conrad Perry, Brittany Huber, Renee Rowsell,
Jordy Kaufman
151 Mexican American Cultural Value Transmission and Youth
Prosocial Behavior
Sarah L Pierotti, Gustavo Carlo, George P Knight, Luis Diego
Conejo-Bolanos

165 Maternal Attachment Avoidance Predicts Consistency in
Children’s Positive Self-Concept: The Moderating Role of
Reminiscing
Michelle Comas, Kristin Valentino, Christina Grace
McDonnell, Amy Kathleen Nuttall

152 The Influence of Reputation Concerns and Social Biases on
Children’s Sharing Behavior
Haleh Yazdi, David A Barner, Gail D Heyman

166 Attachment in a Cross-Cultural Perspective: The Case of Arab
Infants and Mothers in Israel
Ghadir Zreik, David Oppenheim, Abraham Sagi-Schwartz

153 From Moral Consistency to Moral Credentialing
Devin Arey, Ming Lee, Laura Zhang, Louisa C Egan Brad

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167 Are amayakasu mothers ideal mothers?: A Q-sort study in Japan
Kiyomi Kondo-Ikemura, Kazuko Y. Behrens

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
183 Computations of probability and cost in developing perceptual
and motor systems
Marko Nardini, Peter Jones, Tessa Dekker

168 Fathers’ Implicit Attitudes Moderate the Link Between
Spanking Propensity and Trajectories of Children’s
Dysregulated Behavior
Jack S Peltz, Ronald Rogge, Melissa L Sturge-Apple

184 Visual Efficiency in Handwriting
Nicholas Evans Fears, Bjoern A. Kahrs, Jeffrey J Lockman

169 Mothers' and Fathers' Self-Efficacy for Using Positive
Discipline Practices
Frances Houwing, Kay Bussey

185 How Round Does That Smell? Odor-Shape Cross-modal
Associations in Elementary School Children
Elizabeth Andresen, Nathalie Goubet, Daniel D McCall

170 Comparisons and Contrasts between Taiwanese Fathers’ and
Mothers’ Perceptions of and Involvement in Children's Play
Yu-Ju Chou

186 Seeing by Doing - The Influence of Short-Term Experience on
Action Perception
Corina Möller, Gisa Aschersleben

171 Prenatal wishes: Parent- vs. child-centered wishes as predictors
of later caregiving sensitivity and toddler outcomes
Brittany Wittenberg, Cyndy Karras, Nancy Hazen

187 Relationship between motor skills and mental rotation ability in
3- and 4-year-old children
Gudrun Schwarzer, Sabine Schneider, Anna-Marisa
Vandenberg, Claudia Freitag

172 The Longitudinal Links between Early Family Experiences and
Perceived Romantic Competence in Adolescence and Young
Adulthood
Kenya Crawford, Susan Doughty, Susan McHale

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

173 Change in Family Conflict Over Time: Parent-to-Child Verbal
Aggression
Chase Boyer, Jeff Cookston

188 Collective identity and well-being of Roma minority
adolescents and their mothers
Radosveta Dimitrova Dimitrova, Athanasios Chasiotis, Michael
Bender, Fons J. R. van de Vijver

174 How Does Culture Matter? Influences of Parental Control and
Decision Making on Risk-Taking Behavior
Catherine P Chou, Misaki Natsuaki

189 Exploring Motivations for Immigration, the Acculturation
Process, and Positive Outcomes in Parent-Child Relationships
Lianne Fisher, Christine Y Tardif-Williams

175 When Mommy Wears A Mask: Parental Socialization of
Emotion in Early Childhood
Erin Donohue, Beth S Russell

190 Adolescents’ and Mothers’ Affect in their Daily Interactions:
Implications for Adolescents’ Well-Being in the US and China
Cynthia Yuen, Eva Pomerantz

176 Towards a More Dynamic View on Parenting: Daily Variation
in Autonomy-supportive and Controlling Parenting and Their
Antecedents
Elien Mabbe, Bart Soenens, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Jolene van
der Kaap-Deeder

191 Parental Verbal Guidance and Infant’s Action in Challenging
Toy Play: A Cross-Cultural Study
Yu Zhang, Su-hua Wang
192 Adolescent Goal Motivations and Their Differential Effects on
Well-being in Different Cultural Contexts
Nathaniel Fernandez, Sarah A. Schnitker

177 The developmental trajectories of parent support and structure
in adolescence
Irene Hong, Wendy Craig

193 Social Network and Support, Parenting Style, and
Psychological Well-Being among Chinese- and KoreanImmigrant Mothers in the U.S.
You Jung Seo, Christy YuetYu Leung, Jing Yu, Shelby Sullivan
Jones, Queenie Tran, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

178 Girls' Drive for Thinness: The Effects of Differing Levels of
Parental Warmth and Pressure to be Thin
Maegan Jones, Elizabeth H. Blodgett Salafia

194 Children of Immigrants’ Perceptions of Discrimination, Ethnic
Identity, and Social Group Preferences
Kerrie Pieloch, Amy Kerivan Marks, Cynthia Garcia Coll

179 Chinese Parental Responses to Preschoolers' Aggression
Eva Y.H. Lau
180 Implications of Maternal Insight into their Young Adolescents’
Vulnerability to Friendship Jealousy: A Response Surface
Analysis
Blake L Nielsen, Jeffrey G Parker, Kristina L McDonald

195 Relations among Intercultural Thinking, Motivations to
Suppress Bias, and Interethnic Anxiety among African
American Adolescents
Julie Milligan Hughes, Rebecca Foot, Amanda King, Jason
Lombardi, Katharine Scott, Janine Young, Janine Young

181 Intellectual-cultural orientation mediates positive family
relationships and academic achievement: A longitudinal
analysis.
Skye N. Parral, Adele Eskeles Gottfried, Allen W. Gottfried,
Pamella Halleen Oliver, Kathleen Preston, Danielle Delany,
Sirena Marie Ibrahim

196 Parents’ concerns about appearing prejudiced are related to their
child’s motivation for interethnic interactions
Ashley Morris, Kristin J.M.B. Pauker, Amanda Williams,
Megan Carpenter
197 I’m Proud of Who I Am: Ethnic Pride as a Buffer Against the
Impact of Low SES on Academic Achievement
Amirah Lindsey Saafir, Sandra Graham

182 Understanding Authoritative Parenting and its Relations to
Conduct Problems and Hyperactivity in Singaporean Children
Leong Hwee Ng, Li Qu, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah

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198 Implicit Ethnic Attitudes among White and Latino Children: the
Role of Age and Implicit Ethnic Identification
Cari Gillen-O'Neel

212 Investigating the factors affecting young children's social and
asocial learning preferences
Emma Grace Flynn, Luc-Alain Giraldeau, Cameron Turner

School Readiness/Childcare

213 Does accent trump explanation quality when children learn
from informants
Noemi Skala, Avery Steele, Katelyn Kurkul, Kathleen H
Corriveau

199 Age-Related Changes in the Content of Caregiver/Child
Interactions for Infants and Toddlers in Full-Day Childcare
Warren Truitt, N Shin, Ligia Maria Santos Monteiro, Jennifer J.
Ross, Lisa Krzysik, Brian E Vaughn

214 Relation between Neural Selectivity for Biological Motion in
Middle Childhood and Individual Differences in Behavior
Laura C Anderson, Katherine Rice, Kayla Velnoskey, Elizabeth
Redcay

200 The Relationship between Teacher Turnover and Young
Children’s Receptive Language
Amy N Colgrove, Traci Kutaka, Amy Encinger, Pavel
Chernyavskiy, Ibrahim Hakki Acar, Helen H Raikes

215 Ostensive Context Modulates Information Processing in
Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders
Tobias Schuwerk, Johannes Nikolai Bätz, Beate Sodian, Markus
Paulus, Birgit Traeuble

201 Relations among Teachers’ Depressive Symptoms, Professional
Motivation, and Beliefs Regarding Early Childhood Education
Hyun-Joo Jeon, Bridget A. Walsh, Melissa M Burnham, YunJung Choi

216 When do infants generalize preferences?
Zoe Liberman, Kathleen Sullivan, Amanda Woodward,
Katherine D. Kinzler

202 The Relative Importance of School Readiness Skills as
Predictors of First, Third, and Eight Grade Achievement
William M Murrah, David Grissmer

217 Expert vs. common knowledge: How many grown-ups have it?
Stanka A Fitneva

203 Approaches to Learning and School Readiness in Head Start:
Applications to Preschool Science
Andres Bustamante, Lisa White

218 New Instrument for Social Information Processing in relation to
Externalizing Behavior in Adolescents of various IQ levels
Maaike Van Rest, Maroesjka Maroesjka Van Nieuwenhuijzen,
Aart Vriens, Carlo Schuengel, Walter Matthys

204 The Opening Doors Program: Building Pre-Kindergarten
Children's Executive Function Skills Through Classroom
Intervention
Leslie F Halpern, Kristen Uhl, Celia Tam, Shannon Coleman,
Emily Bancroft, Renata Vaysman

219 Familiarity, speaker social status, and speaker and participant
sex influence children’s accent preferences
Rachel Stevens, Douglas A Behrend

205 School Readiness and Later Social and Emotional Development
Rita Yelverton, Price Johnson, Andrew J Mashburn

220 A self-serving bias in children's memories?
Arber Tasimi, Marcia K. Johnson

206 The City Connects Early Childhood Model: Implementation
and Results
Mary Walsh, Terrence Lee-St. John, Erin Sibley, Anastasia
Raczek

221 How Reliable is the Consensus? Children’s Trust in the
Testimony of Others
Shiri Einav
222 Young children’s understanding of false beliefs about objects’
locations and identities
Alexandra Schulz, Ella Fizke, Eva Reindl, Lea Van de Loo,
Stephen Butterfill, Hannes Rakoczy

Sex, Gender
207 Sociopolitical climates associated with demographic trends
among same-sex parent-headed families in the United States
Hongjian Cao, Claire Wood, Natalie Hengstebeck, Nicole
Heilbron, William Roger Mills-Koonce

223 Language, Inhibitory Control, and Explicit False Belief
Understanding: A Longitudinal Structural Equation Model
Peter de Villiers, Meng Chen, Elizabeth Lindley, Jill G de
Villiers

208 The nature of adolescents’ perceived similarity to LGB peers
and its implications for friendship and bullying intervention
Negin Ghavami

Social, Emotional, Personality

209 Religion as a moderator of the relationship between sexual
orientation and suicide attempts
Annie Shearer, Prerana Vaddi, Joanna Herres

224 Sexy toddlers: How do viewers perceive televised child beauty
pageants?
Jessica Kelly, Lance Garmon

Social Cognition

225 The Importance of Physical Appearance Impacts Self-Esteem in
Black and White Adolescent Girls
Jennifer Nicole Becnel, James Peugh, Frank Biro

210 Conforming to Coordinate: Children use Majority Information
for Peer Coordination
Sebastian Grueneisen, Emily Wyman, Michael Tomasello

226 Links Between Neuropsychological Correlates of Interpersonal
Emotion Stimuli and Temperamental Negative Affect, Anger,
and Sadness
Hannah Woolfolk, Alice C Schermerhorn, Kelsey Hudson

211 Opacity of task rules affect overimitation in adults and children
Jörn Klinger, Colin J. Bannard

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227 Continuity and Discontinuity of Biobehavioral Reactivity in
Prenatally Drug Exposed Children from Birth through
Adolescence
Laura Scaletti, Susan Sonnenschein, Maureen Black

241 The Roles of Expressive and Receptive Language Abilities in
Moderating the Link between Behavioral Inhibition and Social
Phobia
Jeong Ha Choi, Xiaoxue Fu, Phillip Galinsky, Koraly Elisa
Perez-Edgar

228 The Influence of Maternal Override of Sadness on Children’s
Adjustment under Conditions of Peer Victimization
Katianne M Howard Sharp, Rachel Nicole Tillery, Robert
Cohen

Social Relationships
242 Relational Aggression, Victimization and Self-Concept:
Understanding Pathways to Low Self-Concept
Sarah Blakely-McClure, Jamie M. Ostrov

229 Recognizing Facial Emotions: Emotion Intelligence in
Transracially Adopted Children and Their Peers in Early
Adolescence
Kyla Patricia McDonald, Nancy J Cohen, Fataneh Farnia

243 Relations Between Externalizing Behavior, Peer Victimization,
and Verbal Assertion and Direct Action Moderation, Across
Time
Casey Elizabeth Dillon, John E Lochman, Meghann Lucia
Sallee

230 Children’s Recognition of Emotion through Body Posture in
Human and Cartoon Images
Dawn M Watling, Ramona DaCruz, Keely Pridden, Iesha Ginn,
Bethany Elms, Zehra Saifuddin

244 Not as Different as They Might Seem: A Comparison of the
Perceived Implications of Online and Face-to-face
Victimization.
Daneen P. Deptula

231 Individual Differences in Social Relatedness and Attentional
Biases
Courtney Pfeifer, Elizabeth Katherine Allen, Kayla Melissa
Brown, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Koraly Elisa PerezEdgar

245 Bidirectional Relations between Physical and Psychological
Dating Violence Victimization and Substance Use in Early
Adolescence
Katherine A Taylor, Terri Norton Sullivan

232 Associations Between Mother and Child Ratings of Emotion
Regulation and Children’s Planning in Two Contexts
Susan M Perez, Mary Gauvain

246 Observed and Perceived Relational Aggression in Adolescent
Sibling and Friend Relationships
Ganie B DeHart, Toria Herd, Maribeth Ebbers, Anna C.
Katomski, Daria Seifert

233 Indirect Effects of Maternal Sensitivity on Infant Emotion
Regulation Behaviors: The Role Vagal Regulation
Nicole Perry, Susan D Calkins, Martha Ann Bell

247 A Survival Analysis of Adolescent Friendships: The Downside
of Dissimilarity
Amy Catherine Hartl, Brett Laursen, Antonius H. N. Cillessen

234 Gender Moderates the Relations between Children’s SelfControl at 8 years and BMI at 12 years
Joo Hyun Kim, Kelly K. Bost

248 Do deviant peers facilitate or suppress genetic contributions to
externalizing behavior?
Gina Raciti, Laura Mlynarski, Jody Ganiban, David Reiss,
Jenae M Neiderhiser

235 Longitudinal Relations among Exuberance, Externalizing, and
Attentional Bias to Reward: the Mediating Role of Effortful
Control
Santiago Morales, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar, Kristin A Buss

249 Friendship Experiences and Somatizing Among Middle School
Best Friends
Naomi Parr, Janice L Zeman, Sarah Borowski, Kara
Braunstein

236 Maternal emotion socialization and child adjustment in cultural
contexts
Qingfang Song, Stacey N Doan, Yang Yang, Qi Wang
237 Does Welfare Participation Affect the Subjective Well-being of
Children in China? A Propensity Score Analysis
Qi Wu, Qin Gao, shiyou wu

250 The protective role of friendship quality on the effect of peer
victimization on adolescent wellbeing among chilean
adolescents
Olga Cuadros, Christian Berger

238 Comparing Factors Predicting Children’s and Teachers’
Perceptions of Peer Acceptance
Patrice M Miller, Rosemarie DiBiase

251 Associations between Responses to Peer Provocation,
Aggression, and Experience of Victimization over Time
Laura Cuttini, Nicholas Ostapchuk, Melanie A Dirks

239 Gender Differences in Mother-Adolescent Conflict Narratives
in Relation to Self-Competencies and Self-Esteem
Kelly Ann Marin

252 Heterosocial Competence as a Multidimensional Construct:
Evidence of a Hierarchical Factor Structure and Convergent
Validity
Douglas Nangle, Rachel Grover, Jason M. Prenoveau, Ethan
Rothstein, Hannah A Ford, Karim Assous, Shannon Brothers,
Jennifer Sauve, Natalie M. Holbrook

240 Temperament as a Moderator for the Association between
Parenting and Social Competence
Jessica M Grande, Laura Scaramella, Brenna Sapotichne,
Moira Rose Riley, Virginia I Hatch, Alexa E Austin

253 Mental Representation of Peer Relationships
Diane E Wille

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254 Emerging friendships: Comparing teacher-reported child
behaviors to observed child behaviors in toddler-aged children
Juana Gaviria-Loaiza, Jennifer A Vu

Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
(Event 2-100) Invited Address
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

255 "Less Work, Less Worry": Examining the Relative Positive and
Negative Quality Balance of Cross-Sex Friendships
Hannah A Ford, Douglas Nangle

2-100. Constraints on Statistical Learning in Infancy
Chair: Amanda Woodward
Speaker: Scott P Johnson

256 Individual and Dyadic Analysis of Preschool Friendships over
Time
Tracy Gleason, Maile Wong, Paula Yust, Terry Gleason
257 A Longitudinal Examination of How Self-Esteem Influences
Friendship Quality
Kendra Deanne Burnett, Robert J. Padgett

Biography. Scott P. Johnson is a Professor of Psychology and a
Professor of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA, and he
directs research at the UCLA Baby Lab. He earned his PhD from
Arizona State University and conducted postdoctoral research at the
Center for Visual Science at the University of Rochester. His work
has been supported since 1995 by grants from the ESRC, NSF, and
NIH, and he has provided editorial service to several journals (e.g.,
Child Development, Cognition, Developmental Psychology, Infancy)
and national and international granting agencies. Johnson's research
examines perceptual, cognitive, motor, social, and cortical
development in typically-developing infants and infants at elevated
risk for autism. Current research interests focus on social cognition,
visual attention, and learning mechanisms in infancy.

258 Evaluating Cognitively-Based Compassion Training in
Elementary Schools: Developmental Measures and Prosocial
Development
Erin Robbins, Brooke Dodson-Lavelle, Brendan Ozawa-de
Silva, Thaddeus Pace, Lobsang Tenzin Negi, Charles Raison,
Philippe Rochat
259 What Makes a Child Become a Peer Group Leader? A
Multilevel Analysis of the Effects of Academic Achievement
and Social Functioning
RUI FU, Siman Zhao, Xinyin Chen, Junsheng Liu, Dan Li,
Megan Peggy-Anne Kinal, Wendy E Ellis, Lynne Zarbatany

Abstract: Statistical learning is the process of identifying patterns of
probabilistic co-occurrence among stimulus features, essential to our
ability to perceive the world as predictable and stable. Research on
auditory statistical learning has revealed that infants use statistical
properties of linguistic input to discover structure--including sound
patterns, words, and the beginnings of grammar--that may facilitate
language acquisition. Previous research on visual statistical learning
revealed abilities to discriminate probabilities in visual sequences,
leading to claims of a domain-general learning device that is available
early in life, perhaps at birth. In this talk, I will present new research
on visual statistical learning, rule learning, finite state grammar
learning, and causal structure learning from infants, adults, and
computational models. This research challenges claims of domaingenerality and works toward the twin goals of understanding
perceptual and memory constraints on learning and providing a
mechanistic explanation of the computations underlying performance
in statistical learning tasks.

260 Loneliness-Mediated Long-term Associations Between
Preoccupied Attachment and General Health
Joseph Tan, Elenda T. Hessel, Megan M. Schad, Joseph P Allen

Friday, 11:15am-11:45am
(Event 2-097) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 11:15am-11:45am
2-097. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Bigler and Hines
Moderator: Campbell Leaper
Panelists: Rebecca Sue Bigler, Melissa Hines

Friday, 11:30am-12:00pm
(Event 2-098) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 11:30am-12:00pm
2-098. Follow-up Discussion for Invited State of the Art
Symposium: Chair - Dr. Margaret Burchinal
Chair: Margaret Burchinal
Presenters: Todd D Little, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Margaret
Burchinal

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Dimensions of Temperament in Infancy Predict Error-Related
Brain Activity in Adolescence
Tyson Tyson Barker Barker, Nathan A Fox

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Genetic and Environmental Links Between Difficult
Temperament and Negative Parenting in Early Childhood
Lauren Micalizzi, Kimberly J Saudino

(Event 2-099) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-099. Morality: Origins, Context, and Development
Chair: Judith G Smetana
Speaker: Melanie A. Killen

(Event 2-102) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Biography. Melanie Killen, Ph.D. (University of California,
Berkeley) is Professor of Human Development and Quantitative
Methodology, Professor of Psychology (Affiliate), and Associate
Director, Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture, at the
University of Maryland. She is author of Children and Social
Exclusion: Morality, Prejudice and Group Identity with Adam
Rutland, co-editor of Social Development in Childhood and
Adolescence: A Contemporary Reader with Robert Coplan, and coeditor of the Handbook of Moral Development with Judi Smetana. Dr.
Killen has received funding from NSF and NICHD for her research
on social exclusion, moral reasoning, and intergroup attitudes. Dr.
Killen served as Associate Editor for Child Development, on the
Governing Council of SRCD, and is a Fellow of APS, APA, and
SPSSI. Commissioned by Anderson Cooper, Dr. Killen’s team
conducted a study which aired on CNN AC360, “Kids on Race: The
Hidden Picture”, and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding News
and Analysis, 2013.

2-102. Toward a deeper understanding of parental
autonomy-support and control: Components and
complexities across context and culture
Chair: Efrat Sher-Censor
Discussant: Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver
Effects of parental autonomy support in two cultures:
Moderating effect of children’s self-construals
Kristine Marbell, Wendy S Grolnick

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How should parents react to the onset of their adolescents' riskbehavior? The adolescent perspective
Avi Assor, Noam Yitshaki, Efrat Sher-Censor

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Do youngsters with behavioral problems benefit from
controlling parenting?
Maarten Vansteenkiste, Bart Soenens, Stijn Van Petegem

Abstract: Morality is fundamental to social life, serving to provide a
core set of principles and norms for how individuals interact,
communicate, and live together. In this talk, I provide a brief
overview of the field and then a focused portrayal of research on how
morality emerges, functions, develops, and changes in children’s and
adolescents’ lives. This will include research on 1) morality and
intentionality, including mental state knowledge, 2) morality and
intergroup attitudes, including social exclusion, group identity, and
prejudice, and 3) morality in the context of resource allocation,
others’ welfare, and social justice. A complex task for individuals is
to coordinate conflicting social concerns when making morally
relevant decisions, particularly when biases are often pervasive and
implicit. To have a broader impact it is essential to understand the
developmental origins of this process. Ultimately, the goals of this
research are to promote children’s well-being and healthy social
development.

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(Event 2-103) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-103. Opportunities for Change: Maximizing the Impact
of Quality Improvement Efforts in Early Care and
Education Programs
Chair: Maia C Connors
Discussant: Jason Downer
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Assessing a Preschool’s Readiness to Implement Using
Multiple Raters and Multiple Levels
Shannon B. Wanless, Jennifer O Briggs, Joseph Walter Pieri

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Variation in Teachers’ Implementation of BankingTime:
Association with Teacher Practice and Children’s Disruptive
Behavior
Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch, Amanda P Williford, Jessica E Vick
Whittaker, Catherine Elizabeth Sanger, Lauren Merkle Carter

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Pathways to Quality: From Professional Development Supports
to Early Educators’ Practice
Maia C Connors

(Event 2-101) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-101. The Biology of Early Negative Affect
Chair: Lauren Micalizzi
Discussant: Nathan A Fox
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Biological Correlates of Infant Negative Affect: EEG and
Cortisol
Ashley St. John, Amanda R Tarullo

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Processes and Conditions Underlying the Link between Shyness
and School Adjustment among Turkish Children
Sevgi Bayram Ozdemir, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Robert J.
Coplan

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Shyness and Behavioral School Engagement in India: The
Moderating Role of Peer Acceptance
Andrea Markovic, Julie C Bowker, Shanmukh V. Kamble

(Event 2-104) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-104. Abstract Rule Learning from Speech and NonSpeech Sounds in Infancy
Chair: Brock Ferguson
Discussant: Michael C. Frank
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Rule learning abilities at birth
Judit Gervain

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Rules as hidden causes of surprising input features
Colin Dawson, LouAnn Gerken

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Infants learn abstract rules from non-speech communicative
signals
Brock Ferguson, Casey Lew-Williams

(Event 2-107) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-107. Parental Contribution to Internalizing Problems
Among Hispanic/Latino Children and Adolescents
Chair: Amanda Chiapa
Discussant: Nancy Guerra
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Early Pathways Linking Prenatal Family Stress and Behavior
Problems in a Mexican-American Sample
Betty Lin, Ida Anna Christina Johansdotter Rystad, Emily Ross,
Keith A Crnic, Nancy A Gonzales, Linda J. Luecken

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Differential Influence of Harsh Parenting on Child Worry
Levels Across Hispanic/Latino and Caucasian Families
Lindsay Holly, Amanda Chiapa, Armando A. Pina

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The Role of Cultural Values on the Relation Between Parental
Depression and Child Anxiety in Mexican Origin and
Caucasian Families
Amanda Chiapa, Lindsay Holly, Julia Gram Humphrey,
Armando A. Pina

(Event 2-105) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-105. The Relation between Aggression Trajectories
across Childhood and Psychological and Behavioral
Adjustment in Late Adolescence
Chair: Samuel E. Ehrenreich
Discussant: Debra Pepler
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Social and Physical Aggression Trajectories from Childhood
through Late Adolescence as Predictors of Maladjustment at
Age 18
Samuel E. Ehrenreich, Marion K. Underwood, Kurt J Beron

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Longitudinal Trajectories of Relational and Physical Aggression
predicting Machiavellianism and Narcissism
Tracy Vaillancourt, Heather L. Brittain

(Event 2-108) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Links between Aggression and Substance Use Among
Adolescents: Disentangling Within-person Change from
Between-person Differences
Sarah D. Lynne-Landsman, Julia A Graber, Tracy R. Nichols,
Gilbert J. Botvin

2-108. How Parents’ Beliefs and Practices Shape
Children’s Achievement Motivation
Chair: Kyla Haimovitz
Parent Praise in Early Childhood Predicts Fourth Grade
Academic Achievement
Sarah J Gripshover, Nicole Sorhagen, Elizabeth A Gunderson,
Carol S Dweck, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Susan Cohen Levine

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Parents’ Conversations with Children about Math: An
Investigation of the Role of Parents’ Ability Mindsets
Christina Marie Tworek, Eva Pomerantz, Andrei Cimpian

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Failure Mindsets: Parents' Beliefs about Failure Predict
Children's Theories of Intelligence
Kyla Haimovitz, Carol S Dweck

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Effects of a New Preventive Intervention on Parental Attitudes
and Autonomy Support: The Parent Check-In
Elizabeth Flamm, Wendy S Grolnick, Eileen Diggins

(Event 2-106) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-106. Shyness in the Classroom Context: A Closer
Examination Across Cultures
Chairs: Sevgi Bayram Ozdemir, Kristen Archbell
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What do Chinese Kindergarten Teachers Think about Shy
Children?
Kristen Archbell, Yan Li, Robert J. Coplan
Anxious withdrawal behavior and approach to learning: an
examination of preschool experiences in low income children
Irina Kalutskaya, Kathleen Moritz Rudasill, Eric S Buhs

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(Event 2-109) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 2-111) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

2-109. Bridging the Basic-Applied Divide: The Interplay of
Developmental Processes and Injury Risk
Chair: Nancy Kassam-Adams
Discussant: Andrew Tolmie

2-111. The Face of Toxic Stress: Preliminary Consortium
Findings on Concomitant Risks and Parent and Child
Well-Being
Chairs: Cybele Raver, Sarah E Watamura

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The Home Environment: How Development of Categorization
and Symbol Recognition Influence Child Poisoning Risk
David C Schwebel, Hayley Wells, Anna Johnston

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Families’ Experiences with Stress in a Typical Early Head Start
Program
Jason T Hustedt, Jennifer A Vu, Rena Hallam, Myae Han

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How Do Children Perceive and Act on Dynamic Affordances
When Crossing Roads?
Jodie Plumert, Joseph K. Kearney

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Testing Models of “Toxic Stress” for Parents’ and Children’s
Emotion Dysregulation
Eric Daniel Finegood, Cybele Raver, Clancy Blair

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Parent Reactions to Children’s Injury-Risk Behaviors:
Differential Longitudinal Effects on Boys’ and Girls’ Hazard
Interactions
Barbara A Morrongiello, Brae Anne McArthur, Jeffrey R.
Spence

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Parenting in the Context of Trauma
Brenda Jones Harden, Carlomagno Panlilio, Lisa Berlin

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Parents Adverse Childhood Experiences Impact Children via
Current Parental Mental Health and Economic Hardship
Sarah E Watamura, Philip Andrew Fisher, Marina M Mendoza,
Lisa Schlueter McFadyen-Ketchum, Eliana Hurwich-Reiss

(Event 2-110) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 2-112) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

2-110. Home-Based Child Care as a Context for
Supporting Children’s Development: Researching
Providers, Programs, and Interventions
Chair: Holli Ann Tonyan

2-112. Advanced Statistical Methods in the Study of Online
Victimization Among Adolescents of Color
Chair: Brendesha Tynes

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The Sustainability of Daily Routines in Family Child Care as
Resilience in the Face of Difficult Working Conditions
Holli Ann Tonyan

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Longitudinal Associations between Online Bullying and
Harassment, Depression, and Anxiety Among Adolescents
Chad Allen Rose, Brendesha Tynes, Sophia Hiss

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Provider psychosocial wellbeing and use of supportive
resources
Rebecca A Swartz, Angela Wiley

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Longitudinal Relations of Peer, Adult and Online Racial
Discrimination among African American and Latino Youth
Eleanor K Seaton, Brendesha Tynes, Fantasy T. Lozada

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Predicting caregiving sensitivity and responsiveness from a
family child care provider’s attachment representations
Diana D Schaack, Jon Korfmacher

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Online Harassment and the Role of Social Support in
Adolescent Adjustment
Sophia Hiss, Brendesha Tynes, Chad Allen Rose

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The Language and Literacy Environments of Family Child Care
Programs Participating in a Quality Rating and Improvement
System
Martha J Buell, Rena Hallam, Myae Han, Kaitlin Bargreen,
Alison Hooper

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Black Adolescents’ Race-related Online Experiences and
Empathy Development
Brendesha Tynes, Fantasy T. Lozada

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Improving Quality with Mexican Immigrant Family, Friend and
Neighbor Child Care Providers
Eva Marie Shivers, Flora Farago

(Event 2-113) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Measuring relationship-based support to family child care
providers: A conceptual model
Juliet Sara Bromer, Jon Korfmacher

2-113. Perspectives on Status in the Classroom Social
Ecology: A Tribute to the Legacy of Phil Rodkin
Chairs: Laura D Hanish, Scott D. Gest
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Age Differences in Classroom-based Intergroup Biases During
Middle Childhood
Travis M Wilson, Marina Serdiouk, Handrea A Logis, Whitney
Street, Scott D. Gest
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Why do early adolescents bully? The moderation of prestige
peer norms on social and psychological motivations
Christian Berger, SIMONA CARLA SILVIA CARAVITA

(Event 2-116) Paper Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Who bullies whom? : The pecking order in elementary school
classrooms and its effects on classroom social norms
Hai-Jeong Ahn, Scott D. Gest

2-116. Health and Well-Being in Sexual Minority Youth
Chair: Stephen T Russell

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The Aggression-Popularity Association among Elementary
School Children: Effects of Between-Person and Within-Person
Aggression
Handrea A Logis, Scott D. Gest, Daniel Berry

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Coming out stress and the role of parental and close friend
support on depression for bisexual youth
Amanda Pollitt, Arnold H Grossman, Stephen T Russell

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Sexual Minority Stressors, Internalizing Symptoms, and
Unhealthy Eating Behaviors in Sexual Minority Youth
Sabra L. Katz-Wise, Emily A. Blood, Jerel P Calzo, Vishnudas
Sarda, Benita Jackson, Jess Haines, S. Bryn Austin

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Sexual Minority Youth Mental Health: Outcomes over Time
and the Influence of Context
Jessica Fish, Kay Pasley

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Trajectories of Dating Violence during the Transition to
Adulthood: Variation by Sexual Minority Status
Alexa Martin-Storey, Kim Fromme

(Event 2-114) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-114. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Reduce the
Incidence of Early Childhood Obesity
Chairs: Abbey Alkon, Dianne S. Ward
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Findings from a Prenatal Mindfulness Intervention to Reduce
Stress and Prevent Excessive Weight Gain: Effects on Offspring
Health
Nicole R Bush, Abbey Alkon, Katherine Blackburn, Kim
Coleman-Phox, Barbara Laraia, Nancy Adler, Elissa Epel

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Correlation between maternal and infant cortisol varies by
breastfeeding status
Sara Benjamin Neelon, Joanna Maselko, Marissa Stroo,
Maghan Mayhew, Cathrine Hoyo

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Nutrition Practices in Family Child Care Homes: Does
Participation in CACFP and Ethnicity of Provider Matter?
Alison Tovar, Kim Gans, Patricia Risica

(Event 2-117) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-117. When Low Empathy is Not Enough to Explain
Bullying: New Perspectives of Research on the Association
Between Empathy and Bullying
Chair: Tirza van Noorden
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The Interplay of Machiavellianism and Empathic Components
in Predicting Bullying Among Early-Adolescents
SIMONA CARLA SILVIA CARAVITA, Christian Berger

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(Event 2-115) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Examining emotional and cognitive empathy and their links to
social bullying: Do different Sources of Support Matter?
Milena Batanova, Alexandra Loukas, Keryn E Pasch, Alejandra
Fernandez, Natalie Golaszewski

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2-115. Longitudinal perspectives on effortful control:
development and parent socialization
Chair: JoAnn L Robinson
Discussant: Susan Spieker

Peer-Group Contextual Effects of Empathy and Willingness to
Intervene on Bully Perpetration Rates Among Middle School
Youth
Namrata Doshi, Dorothy Lynn Espelage

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Empathy of Bullies, Victims, Bully/Victims, and Noninvolved
Children for Each Other
Tirza van Noorden, Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Gerbert J. T.
Haselager, Tessa A. M. Lansu, William M Bukowski

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Two approaches to increase physical activity for preschool age
children in child care centers
Pooja Tandon

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Longitudinal Stability and Cross-Contextual Models of
Effortful Control from Pre-Kindergarten to Post-First Grade
Hannah Mudrick, JoAnn L Robinson

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Longitudinal evidence for early care environments that support
children’s self-regulation across attention, emotion & behavior
Courtney R Lincoln, Beth S Russell, Susan Spieker

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Maternal Emotion Regulation Strategies for Themselves and
their children from Birth Through the Preschool Years
Beth S Russell, Courtney R Lincoln

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(Event 2-118) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 2-121) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

2-118. Investigating the Neural Correlates of
Psychopathology in Preschool-Age Children
Chair: Adam Grabell

2-121. Mechanisms of pragmatic development in language
comprehension
Chairs: Alexandra Horowitz, Erica Jiye Yoon

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Neural Development of Irritability: A fNIRS study of Executive
Function in Preschool Children
Susan B Perlman, Theodore Huppert

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Children’s on-line processing of ad-hoc implicatures
Erica Jiye Yoon, Michael C. Frank

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Brain Function and Positive Affect In Early Childhood:
Validation of a Developmentally Informed fMRI Reward
Processing Task
Michael Gaffrey, Deanna Barch, Julie Mannarino, Jessica
Varner, Steve Petersen, Joan L Luby

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Computing scalar implicatures relates to comprehension of
scale-mates rather than general sensitivity to informativeness
Alexandra Horowitz, Michael C. Frank

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Pragmatic inference in children: reasoning about scalar
alternatives
Dimitrios Skordos, Anna Papafragou

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Gricean epistemic reasoning in Autism Spectrum Disorders
Lara Klainerman Hochstein, David A Barner

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Error-Related Brain Activity in Young Children at High
Familial Risk for Anxiety and Depression
Yanni Liu, Twila Tardif, William Gehring, Maria Muzik,
Katherine L Rosenblum, Kate D Fitzgerald

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Neural Mechanisms of Emotion Dysregulation in Preschool
Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Adam Grabell, Sheryl L Olson, Twila Tardif, William Gehring

(Event 2-122) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-122. Coordinating concerns from multiple domains:
Analyses of how children and adolescents make judgments
about multifaceted issues
Chairs: Christopher Daddis, Clare E Conry-Murray

(Event 2-119) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-119. The Role of Social and Sensorimotor Coordination
in Communicative Development of Typical and At-Risk
Infants
Chairs: Melissa Elston, Gina Marie Mason
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Gaze Alternations Between Hands, not Faces, Increase Over
First Year
Kaya Anna de Barbaro, Christine Johnson, Gedeon O Deak

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Grounding Maternal Responsiveness in Sensory-Motor
Dynamics in Toy Play: A Micro-Analysis Approach
Chen Yu, Seth Foster, Melissa Elston, Linda B Smith, John E
Bates

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Maternal Responses to Infant Pre-Speech and Non-Speech
Vocalizations in Infants at High Risk for ASD
Jessie Bolz Northrup, Jana M Iverson

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Early Development of Prosodic Interactions in Infants at Risk of
Autism
Gordon Ramsay, Shweta Ghai, Ami Klin

Children’s coordination of moral, social, and personal
considerations in reasoning about deception
Matthew Gingo

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A social domain analysis middle school misbehavior and
classroom disruptions
Christopher Daddis

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Adolescent and parent conceptualizations of distinct types of
prudential behavior: Variations by adolescent gender and age
Aaron Metzger, Elizabeth Yale Babskie

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Children use gender norms to distribute resources in public
more than in private
Clare E Conry-Murray

(Event 2-120) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-120. Informal Child Care in California: Understanding
Caregiver and Parent Characteristics, Motivations, and
Needs for Support
Moderator: Bernadette Sangalang
Panelists: Kimberly Boller, Jaime Thomas, Ana Chang, Jeremy
Kamo

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(Event 2-123) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Gender differences in children’s play: A systematic review and
meta-analysis
Jac Davis, Melissa Hines

2-123. Children’s Selective Trust in Text
Chairs: Kathleen H Corriveau, Shiri Einav

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Gender-typed Skills and Interests in Childhood and
Adolescence as Predictors of Gendered Occupations in Young
Adulthood
Bora Lee, Katie Lawson, Susan McHale

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Early readers trust print-based instructions over other
information sources to guide their actions
Shiri Einav, Kathleen H Corriveau

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Trust in text in children who do not receive reading instruction
until age 6: Results from a Norwegian sample
Veslemøy Rydland, Vibeke Grover

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Children's sensitivity to authorship cues and qualifiers when
evaluating text
Angie Johnston, Samantha Marfurt, Frank C Keil

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Children’s preference for human versus non-human information
sources
Judith H Danovitch

(Event 2-126) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-126. Head Start, Alternative Child Care, and Parent
Outcomes: Re-analyzing Data of Head Start Impact Study
(HSIS)
Chair: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Discussant: William T. Gormley, Jr.
Compared to What? Variations in the Impact of Early
Childhood Education by Alternative Care-type Settings
Avi Feller, Todd A Grindal, Luke Miratrix, Lindsay C. Page

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Head Start and Children's Growth Trajectories through Third
Grade: A Comparison to Alternative Child Care Arrangements
Fuhua Zhai, Jane Waldfogel, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

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The Influence of Low-Income Children's Participation in Head
Start on Their Parents' Education and Employment
P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Terri Sabol

(Event 2-124) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-124. The Role of School Factors in the Development of
Adolescents’ Civic Engagement. When and How Do These
Factors Work?
Chair: Anne Alice Josephus van Goethem
Discussant: James Youniss
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(Event 2-127) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

The Effect of School Environment on Adolescents’ Civic
Participation Outside the School: A Multilevel Mediation
Analysis
Jan Serek, Zuzana Scott Petrovičová

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Predictors of Civic Engagement Among Ethnic Majority and
Ethnic Minority Youth
Philipp Jugert, Katharina Eckstein, Peter Noack

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The Role of Reflection in the Effect of School-Organized
Community Service on Adolescents’ Volunteering, Identity,
and Morality
Anne Alice Josephus van Goethem, Anne van Hoof, Marcel van
Aken, Bram Orobio de Castro, Quinten A.W. Raaijmakers

2-127. Experimental Methods for Studying Stress in
Children: What Have We Learned, Where Are We Going?
Chairs: Regula Neuenschwander, J. Zoe Klemfuss
Cortisol Reactivity in Post-Institutionalized Children Following
Adoption
Kalsea J Koss, Camelia E Hostinar, Bonny Donzella, Megan R
Gunnar

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A Stress Manipulation Suited for Field Studies: Reactivity on
Multiple Stress Indices, Executive Function, and Emotional
Memory
Regula Neuenschwander, Janina Eberhart, Scarlett Sijia Wang,
Clancy Blair

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Cross-System Patterns of Physiological Reactivity and Behavior
Problems in Children and Adolescents
Jodi A Quas, Ilona Sabine Yim, Tim F Oberlander

(Event 2-125) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-125. Gender Differences in Children's Toys and Play and
Their Consequences
Chair: Sheri A Berenbaum
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Are LEGOs only for Boys? Stereotype Threat Among Children
on a Block-Construction Task
Christine Shenouda, Judith H Danovitch

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Boys and girls preference for different types of toy: A
systematic review, meta-regression and meta-analysis.
Brenda K Todd, Steven Di Costa, Amanda Green, John Anthony
Barry

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Link Between Peer Victimization and Blunted Diurnal Cortisol
– What is Left When Genetic Effects are Controlled?
Mara Brendgen, Alain Girard, Isabelle Ouellet-Morin, Sonia
Lupien, Ginette Dionne, Frank Vitaro, Michel Boivin

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Multifinality of peer victimization: Are genetic polymorphisms
implied in individual pathways of maladjustment?
Tina Kretschmer, Edward D Barker, Albertine Oldehinkel, Rene
Veenstra

(Event 2-128) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-128. Fetal, Infant & Adolescent Neural Connectivity
Chair: Pilyoung Kim
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Fetal Functional Neural Connectivity Networks In Utero
Moriah Thomason, Fatima Younas, Lauren Grove, Janessa
Manning, Angela Vila, Roberto Romero

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Infant Brain-Connectivity is modulated by maternal anxiety
during the first trimester of pregnancy
Marion I. van den Heuvel, Franc Donkers, Bea R H Van den
Bergh

(Event 2-131) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Testing the Dual Processing Model of Adolescent Brain
Development using Resting-state Connectivity Analyses
Anna van Duijvenvoorde, Michelle Achterberg, Sabine Peters,
Barbara Braams, Eveline Crone

2-131. Learning across contexts: Mechanisms of crosssituational word learning
Chair: Alexa R Romberg
Discussant: Rebecca Gomez

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Impaired Probabilistic Learning and Altered Fronto-Striatial
Circuitry in Internationally Adopted Adolescents
Amanda S Hodel, Ruskin H. Hunt, Megan R Gunnar, Kathleen
M Thomas

Cross-situational learning and cognitive constraints on word
meaning
Kenny Smith, Richard Blythe, Andrew Smith

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Statistical aggregation and hypothesis testing during crosssituational word learning
Alexa R Romberg, Chen Yu

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The Pursuit of Word Meanings
Jon Scott Stevens, Lila Gleitman, John C. Trueswell, Charles
Yang

(Event 2-129) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-129. Cognitive Development and Evolution
Chair: Sang Ah Lee
Discussant: Giorgio Vallortigara
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Origins of Spatial Representations: From Zebrafish to Children
Sang Ah Lee

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Origins of Mathematics: Proto-counting in Baboons
Jessica F Cantlon

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Origins of Human Cooperation: Integrating Evidence from
Children and Chimpanzees
Felix Warneken

(Event 2-132) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-132. Where's the Gap in the 30-million Word Gap?
Quality Interactions Predict Language Success for Low
Income Children
Chair: Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek
Discussant: Ellen Galinsky
A Strong Communication Foundation at Two Prepares LowerClass Children for Language Success at Three
Lauren B Adamson, Roger Bakeman, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek,
Margaret Tresch Owen, Roberta M Golinkoff, Katharine Suma

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Have we been sending the wrong message? Quality trumps
quantity when predicting language outcomes
Amy Pace, Roberta M Golinkoff, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Paula
Yust, Jessa Michele Reed, Tamara Spiewak Toub, Lauren B
Adamson, Roger Bakeman, Margaret Tresch Owen, Courtney
Cadle

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Specificity Matters: Quality of Parent-Child Communication
Predicts Language Success Better than Overall Parenting
Quality
Margaret Tresch Owen, Roger Bakeman, Lauren B Adamson,
Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff, Nazly Dyer

(Event 2-130) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-130. Can physiological and genetic factors explain
variation in vulnerability to the effects of peer
victimization?
Chair: Tina Kretschmer
Discussant: Edward D Barker
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Pupil Dilation in Response to Scenes of Bullying: Moderating
Effects on the Links between Peer Victimization and
Adjustment
Wendy Troop-Gordon, Greg J. Siegle, Bethany M Schwandt,
Robert D. Gordon, Elizabeth Ewing-Lee, Kari J Visconti

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(Event 2-133) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 2-136) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

2-133. Social Learning across Cultures: Evidence from
Small-Scale Societies
Chair: Tanya Broesch
Discussant: Cristine H. Legare

2-136. Emerging Research in Developmental
Neurogenetics: Novel Insights into Intermediate Neural
Phenotypes of Affective Dysregulation
Chair: Jamie L Hanson
Discussant: Jay Belsky

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Pedagogy in Early Childhood in a Non-Western Population:
Quantitative Ethnography from Fiji
Michelle Ann Kline

An imaging-genetics approach to understanding antisocial
behavior and callous-unemotional traits during emerging
adulthood
Rebecca Waller, Ahmad Hariri, Luke W. Hyde

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Genetic variation in the HPA axis predicts stress-related
amygdala function: Implications for transdiagnostic
psychopathology
Christina Di Iorio, Emily Drabant Conley, Ahmad Hariri, Ryan
Bogdan

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Polygenic Risk and Intermediate Neural Phenotypes: Focusing
on Neural Reward Reactivity To Understand Cigarette Smoking
Jamie L Hanson, Daniel Belsky, Douglas Williamson, Ahmad
Hariri

Pedagogical Signals during Parent-Infant Interactions in
Vanuatu
Tanya Broesch

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Teaching in Daily Life from across Childhood (4 to 16 years)
among Central African Foragers and Farmers
Adam Howell Boyette, Barry Hewlett

(Event 2-134) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-134. Analogy and child language
Chair: Micah B Goldwater
Discussant: Leonidas A. A. Doumas
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(Event 2-137) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Examining Two Key Predictions from Structural Alignment
Theory in Verb Learning
Jane B Childers, Tyler Howard, Angeline Bottera

2-137. Is There Room for Development in Attentional
Biases for Threat in Children and Adolescents?
Chairs: Vanessa LoBue, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

Structural priming as analogical mapping: How high similarity
sentences foster alignment in young children’s dialogue
Micah B Goldwater, Catharine H. Echols

Deconstructing Threat: The Relative Roles of Perception,
Cognition, and Emotion on Threat Detection
Vanessa LoBue

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Vicarious learning and un-learning of fear-related behavioral
avoidance, heart rate, and attentional bias in 7- to 11-year-olds
Chris Askew, Gemma Reynolds, Andy Peter Field

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The Moderating Role of Attention Biases to Threat on the link
between Behavioral Inhibition and Anxiety in Children
Sonya Violet Troller-Renfree, Kathryn A Degnan, Tahl Ida
Frenkel, Nathan A Fox

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Impact of Attention Bias Modification on Social Phobia Levels
in Behaviorally Inhibited Children
Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas,
Courtney Pfeifer, Eran Auday

Language acquisition & the onset of relational reasoning
Alison Gopnik, Caren M. Walker

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(Event 2-135) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-135. Mentoring Metamorphosis: Reflections on, and
Suggestions for, the Progression from Protégé to Mentor
Moderator: Tara Kuther
Panelists: Judith Becker Bryant, Jordan A Booker, Rachel A
Razza, Kathleen Marie Galotti

(Event 2-138) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-138. Beyond international boundaries: Bringing child
development knowledge to and from the developing world
Moderator: Abraham Sagi-Schwartz
Panelists: Alan Pence, Pia Rebello Britto, Amanda Epstein
Devercelli, Charles M Super

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(Event 2-139) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Anxious Solitude and Maternal Over-control from Third to
Seventh Grade: Testing Direction of Effects
Victoria Etherington, Heidi Gazelle

2-139. The Role of Self-Regulation in the Emergence of
Internalizing and Externalizing symptoms
Chair: Alyssa Pintar

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Adolescent Anxiety Symptoms and the Parent-Adolescent
Relationship: Direction of Effects
Stefanie Nelemans, William W. Hale III, Susan J.T. Branje,
Skyler T Hawk, Wim Meeus

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Risk Factors Vary Across Different Facets of Internalizing
Symptoms
Nazan Aksan, Feyza Corapci, Bilge Yagmurlu

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Longitudinal Associations between Executive Functioning
Skills in Preschool and Later Internalizing Symptoms: A MultiMethod Study
Darcey M. Allan, Amber Farrington, Jamie Spiegel,
Christopher J Lonigan

Effects of Autonomy-Restrictive Parenting on Early
Adolescents’ Rejection Sensitivity, Social Anxiety, Depression,
and Loneliness
Susan Rowe, Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck, Julia Rudolph,
Andrew Robert Nesdale

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(Event 2-142) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Child Effortful Control Moderates the Relation between
Maternal Depression and Preschool Anxiety
Alyssa Pintar, Michael J. Sulik, Clancy Blair

2-142. Modifying Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for atrisk children: Infants, home-based services, and motivation
to reduce attrition
Chair: Haley Webb
Discussant: Rae Thomas

Differential Effects of Parental Negativity and Child Selfregulation on Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms
Jeffrey Liew, Ashley Kroon Van Diest, Qian Cao, Marisol Perez

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The Efficacy of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) in
Home Settings
Susan Goff Timmer, Anthony J Urquiza, Sharon Rea Zone

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A Brief and Home-Based Adaptation of Parent-Child
Interaction Therapy for At-Risk Infants and Their Families
Daniel M Bagner, Stefany Coxe, Gabriela M Hungerford,
Dainelys Linares, Nicole Barroso, Jennifer Hernandez, Jose
Rosa-Olivares

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A Randomised Controlled Trial of Parent-Child Interaction
Therapy with and without a Motivational Enhancement
Haley Webb, Rae Thomas, Leanne McGregor, Elbina Avdagic,
Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck

(Event 2-140) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
2-140. How Inhibitory Control Deficits, Food Reward
Processing, and Negative Affect Link to Binge-Eating and
Weight Gain in Youth
Chair: Kathryn Van Eck
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Does Growth in Childhood ADHD and Depression Symptoms
Predict Binge-Eating during Adolescence?
Kathryn Van Eck, Rashelle Jean Musci, Nicholas Salvatore
Ialongo

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Executive Function in Overweight Children with Loss of
Control Eating
Andrea Goldschmidt, Scott J. Hunter

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(Event 2-143) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Greater Reward Region Responsivity and Weaker Inhibitory
Region Responsivity Predicts Future Weight Gain in HealthyWeight Teens
Eric Stice, Sonja Yokum, Kyle Burger

2-143. Parent-Mediated and Child-Based Interventions for
Children with ASD
Chair: Celine Saulnier

The Role of Pubertal Onset in the Risk Process for BingeEating Behavior
Heather A. Davis, Gregory T Smith

Parents affect change in their children with ASD at home when
observed by a blinded observer
Ya-Chih Chang, Linh Huynh, Wendy Shih, Connie Lynn Kasari

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Pivotal Response Treatment Increases Processing Efficiency for
Social Information in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Max Rolison, Jennifer Foss-Feig, Rachael Tillman, Adam
Naples, Kevin A Pelphrey, Pamela Ventola, James Charles
McPartland

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The Influence of Parent-Mediated Intervention on Caregivers'
Responsivity: Dyads Including Children with Autism
Stephanie Y Shire, Amanda Gulsrud, Connie Lynn Kasari

(Event 2-141) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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2-141. Direction of Effects in the Relation between Child
and Adolescent Anxiety and Parenting
Chair: Heidi Gazelle
Discussant: Kenneth H Rubin

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(Event 2-144) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Friday, 12:30pm-1:45pm
(Event 2-146) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 12:30pm-1:45pm

2-144. Multilevel Perspectives on Harsh Parenting and
Maltreatment
Chair: Katherine Babcock Ehrlich
Discussant: Dante Cicchetti

2-146. Poster Session 7
Attention, Learning, Memory

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Difficult Temperament, Harsh Parenting, and Young Adult
Allostatic Load: A Prospective Mediation Analysis with
Genetic Moderation
Tianyi Yu, Gene H Brody

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Gender Differences in Adolescent Cognitive Control in the Face
of Emotional, but Not Non-Emotional, Stimuli
Morgan Botdorf, Gail Rosenbaum, Jamie Patrianakos,
Laurence Steinberg, Jason Chein

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Harsh Parent-Adolescent Conflict, Gene Expression, and
Symptom Severity in Adolescents with Asthma
Katherine Babcock Ehrlich, Gregory Miller, Edith Chen

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Long-Term Alterations in Amygdala Reactivity Partially
Explain the Link Between Child Maltreatment and Adult
Antisocial Behavior
Dustin Albert, Anne-Marie R. Iselin, Jamie L Hanson, Ahmad
Hariri, Kenneth A Dodge

Bilingualism Positively Impacts Executive Function
Development from Head Start to Kindergarten in a FACES
2009 High-Risk Sample
Jimena Santillan, Atika Khurana

3

Influence of a Mid-Day Nap on Response Inhibition in
Preschool-Aged Children
Amanda Cremone, Rebecca Spencer, Jennifer Martin
McDermott

4

Do Friends Help or Hinder? Examining the Impact of
Kindergarten Peers on a Paired Executive Function Task
Noah Neidlinger

5

Background Television: Effect on Attention and Learning in
Preschoolers
Lynn Frizzell, Mary L Courage

6

An Attentional Goldilocks Effect for Children’s Word Learning
from Digital Media
Kate Nussenbaum, Dima Amso

7

Executive Functioning and Metalinguistic Awareness: Initial
Phases of a Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Early DualImmersion
Alison Bailey, Katherine M Griffin, Karla Antonia RiveraTorres, Rashmita S. Mistry

8

Aggression Problems in Young Siblings: Associations with
Executive Functions and Maternal Characteristics
Catherine Spann, Jeffrey R. Gagne

9

Bidirectional Relations between Executive Function and
Expressive Vocabulary
M. Paula Daneri, Clancy Blair

10

Factors Influencing Children’s Reporting of an Adult’s
Transgression
Rhiannon Fogliati, Kay Bussey

11

Inducing False Memory in 3- to 5-Year-Old Children and
Adults: The Role of Item Relation and Presentation on DRM
Performance
Martha E. Arterberry, Meng Zhao

12

Developmental changes in the effects of similarity on visual
working memory
Chelsea Grahn, Trevor Cooper, Hilary E. Miller, Vanessa R.
Simmering

13

Enhancing effects of emotion on subsequent memory: Evidence
in brain and behavior
Jacqueline S. Leventon, Amanda Broyles, Patricia J Bauer

(Event 2-145) Lunch with the Leaders
Independence Ballroom 1 & 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Friday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Please note this is a ticketed event.
Table 1 Leader: Brenda L Volling
Table 2 Leader: Alytia Levendosky
Table 3 Leader: Marjorie Beeghly
Table 4 Leader: Ruth Paris
Table 5 Leader: Natasha Cabrera
Table 6 Leader: Jaana Juvonen
Table 7 Leader: Roberta M Golinkoff
Table 8 Leader: David K Dickinson
Table 9 Leader: Nora S Newcombe
Table 10 Leader: Nancy C Jordan
Table 11Leader: Marc H Bornstein
Table 12 Leader: Deborah A Phillips
Table 13 Leader: Martha Zaslow
Table 14 Leader: Laurence Steinberg
Table 15 Leader: Andrew J Fuligni
Table 16 Leader: Richard A Fabes
Table 17 Leader: Kimberly Updegraff
Table 18 Leader: Cynthia Garcia Coll
Table 19 Leader: Richard M Lerner

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14

Increasing the contribution of familiarity: Does unitization
improve children’s performance on a relational memory task?
Alison Marie Robey, Tracy Riggins

28

Why Does Handwriting Matter? The Effects of Output
Variability on Symbol Recognition and Categorization
Julia Li, Karin James

15

Development of Body Representation in Infancy: Scanning of
Specific Body Regions of the Different Sexes
Alyson Hock, Hannah White, Rachel Jubran, Ramesh S Bhatt

29

Rules versus information integration in the development of
categorization: a COVIS neurocomputational modeling account
Ingmar Visser

30

Modulating a Goal Bias in Infants' Motion Event
Representations
Stephanie DiFabrizio, Laura Lakusta, Megan Sommer, Inae
Colucio

31

Spatialization of time in preschoolers: Roles of priming and
temporal language comprehension
Katharine Tillman, David A Barner

Biological Processes
16

The Association between Working Memory and Bilateral
Inferior Frontal Cortex Volumes in Children with and without
ADHD
Alana Curewitz, Sarah Vadnais, Jacqueline Klaver, Sarah
Mailander Dyer, Sylvia Elaine Lee, Jordan Constance, LaCinda
Trusty, Michelle Kibby

17

Longitudinal Changes in EEG Coherence across Infancy and
Early Childhood: Implications for the Development of
Attention Networks
Margaret Whedon, Susan D Calkins, Martha Ann Bell

33

Theories of Development of Reasoning: A Comparison of the
Sequential Rules Theory and Information Integration Theory
Laura Dekkers, Brenda Jansen, Anna van Duijvenvoorde,
Bernd Figner, Hilde Huizenga

18

Brain networks for processing own- and other-race faces in
children and adolescents: Graph-theory based network analyses
Xiao Pan Ding, Genyue Fu, Kang Lee

34

Must I Draw you a Picture? Children's Mental Manipulation of
Implicit Information
Ruth Lee, Patricia A Ganea

19

A developmental process of GXE: The longitudinal effect of
parenting on child’s self-control is moderated by child’s DRD4
genotype
Roni Pener- Tessler, David Mankuta, Richard P Ebstein, Ariel
Knafo

35

Parental Promotion and Children’s Understanding of Live
Santas
Thalia Raquel Goldstein, Jacqueline D Woolley

36

The Role of Affect in Childhood Pretend Play and Role Play
Avalon Henry, Thalia Raquel Goldstein

20

Intervening Early to Affect Telomere Length
Julie Hoye, Arun Asok, Tania Roth, Mary Dozier

37

21

Associations of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in
Dopaminergic Gene with Mental and Motor Variations in
Preterm and Term Children
Nai-Jia Yao, Wei J. Chen, Wu-Shiun Hsieh, Chyi-Her Lin, PoHsiu Kuo, Chyong-Hsin Hsu, Suh-Fang Jeng

Development of Number Line Estimation in Chinese Children:
the Influence of Mental Distance
Fan Zhang, YiWei Li, Yinghe Chen

38

Linear or Logarithmic? Five-year-olds' magnitude
representations in the number line and the numerical subtraction
tasks
Yi Mou, Chang Xu, Kristy vanMarle

22

Fetal Programming of Children's Obesity Risk
Stephanie Stout, Emma Espel, CURT SANDMAN, Laura Glynn,
Elysia Poggi Davis

39

23

Are There Persisting Effects of Cesarean Section on
Physiological Stress Regulation?
Katherine Stone, Elysia Poggi Davis, Amy-Lynn Anderson

“Just tell me how to solve it.” The impact of including
procedural instruction in conjunction with conceptual
instruction
Bethany RittleJohnson, Emily Fyfe, Abbey Loehr

40

Relational Reasoning with Fractions Predicts Algebra
Understanding
Melissa DeWolf, Keith J. Holyoak, Miriam Bassok

41

The Association between Preschoolers' Metacognitive
Knowledge, Error-related Brain Activity, and Their Preacademic Achievement.
Loren Marulis, Matthew H Kim, Jennie K Grammer, Melisa
Carrasco, Frederick J Morrison, William Gehring

42

Messages from the Milieu: Classroom Instruction and Context
Influences on Elementary School Students’ Academic SelfRegulation
Lisa Connor, Carin L Neitzel

43

Metacognitive spacing decisions in 7-year olds, 10-year olds
and adults and the effect of self-feedback
Nike Tsalas, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian

Cognitive Processes
24

Categorical perception of emotion in pre-verbal infants
YongQi Cong, Disa Sauter, Anna Franklin, Maartje
Raijmakers, Caroline M.M. Junge

25

The role of ostensive demonstration and object labeling in
promoting generalization of non-verbally demonstrated object
properties
Rubeena Shamsudheen, Gergely Csibra

26

27

When being flexible is a disadvantage: Children’s use of
informant opinion for cultural practices
Kimberly Marble, Janet J Boseovski, Stuart Marcovitch
Children Assess Morality of Tracking Owned Objects
Differently Depending on Tracking Agent
Megan Martinez, Susan A Gelman

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44

The mediating role of self-regulation between children’s
internal representations and behavior problems in a low-income
sample
Tiffany L. Martoccio, Angela Maupin, Holly Elisabeth BrophyHerb

45

Self-regulation in early childhood: Relations with gender and
prenatal tobacco exposure
Sandra Anne Wiebe, Caron A. C. Clark, Desiree de Jong,
Nicolas Chevalier, Kimberly Andrews Espy, Lauren S
Wakschlag

46

Conceptually and Statistically Differentiating between Verbal
and Motoric Inhibitory Control
Amanda J Watson

Social Anxiety, Loneliness, and Social Impairment in
Adolescents with ASD: One-year Follow-up After CognitiveBehavioral Treatment
Brenna Maddox, Yasuo Miyazaki, Susan White

58

Change in Children’s Functional Abilities across Time and
Contributions of Father Involvement
Daniel J. Laxman, Brent A McBride, W. Justin Dyer, Rosa
Santos, Laurie Jeans, Justin Kern, Jenna M. Weglarz-Ward,
Sarah Curtiss

59

Early intervention for children with hearing loss: Parents'
reports of information received and awareness of their
communication
Kalli B. Decker, Allison Bunch, Kathryn McKenney, Claire D
Vallotton

60

Counting on Counting: Strategy Use in Primary School
Children With and Without Mathematical Difficulties
Jenny Busch, Claudia Schmidt, Dietmar Grube

61

Joint Parenting Projects Supporting the Transition to Adulthood
for Young People with Intellectual Disability
Deirdre M. Curle, Sheila Kathleen Marshall, David Munro,
Filomena Parada, Timothy Stainton, Jessie Wall, M. Sophie
Zhu, Anat Zaidman-Zait, Richard A. Young

Developmental Disabilities

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48

Late-Talkers’ Language and Academic Achievement During
Elementary School
Alexandra Matte-Landry, Michel Boivin, Mara Brendgen,
Frank Vitaro, Richard E Tremblay, Ginette Dionne
The Relationship among Anxiety, Depression, and Family
Functioning in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder
(ASD)
Suzannah Iadarola, Leona Oakes, Wendy Shih, Michelle Carol
Dean, Tristram Smith, Felice Orlich

49

Developing Autism Screening Criteria for the Brief Infant
Toddler Social Emotional Assessment (BITSEA)
Ivy Giserman Kiss, Alice S Carter

50

Visual-Motor Coordination is Associated with Familial
Liability for Autism
Mary Beth Nebel, Joshua Haworth, Christine R Hess, Stewart H
Mostofsky, Rebecca Landa

51

Positive Self-Concept and Self-referenced Processing in
Children and Adolescents with and without Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Catherine Burrows, Lauren V Usher, Heather Henderson

52

Social and Nonsocial Visual Orienting in 7-Month-Olds Who
Develop Autism
Angela Fenoglio, Kelly Elizabeth Jedd, Jed T. Elison, Kelly
Botteron, Robert Schultz, Joseph Piven

53

Cross-cultural Comparisons of Children’s Theory-of-mind and
Executive-function Development in Typical and Atypical
(ASD) Samples
Adelle Pushparatnam, Claire H Hughes

54

Embodiment Effects of Physical Warmth on Interpersonal
Warmth in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Christina Irvine, Inge-Marie Eigsti

55

The Developmental Significance of Play in Children With
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Ana Kamille Marcelo, Erin Knight, Regan Linn, Tuppett M.
Yates, jan blacher

56

Developmental Psychopathology
Trajectories of Callous-unemotional Traits in Childhood Predict
Different Forms of Peer Victimization in Adolescence
Nathalie Fontaine, Ken B. Hanscombe, Mark Berg, Eamon
McCrory, Essi Viding

63

The over-parenting effect: Helicopter parenting is associated
with increased risk taking during adolescence and early
adulthood
Kristen Carpio

64

Transactional relationships between verbal skills and physical
aggression in early childhood.
Michelle Pinsonneault, Sophie Parent, Jean Richard Seguin

65

Relationship between age of school entry and behavior
problems
Sandra Schmiedeler, Robin Segerer, Wolfgang Schneider

66

The Mediating Role of Social Preference in the Association
Between Aggression and Peer Victimization
Sam Manring, Katie Smeraglia, Marisa Lynn Whitley,
Lawrence Christian Elledge

67

Assessing child maltreatment: Files, interviews or both?
Susan Sierau, Leonhard Resch, Jenny Horlich, Stefanie
Dehmel, Anna Andreas, Andrea Michel, Jan Keil, Anna Costa,
Martin Binser, Jody Todd Manly, Maria Kurz-Adam, Kai von
Klitzing, Lars Otto White

68

Reciprocal Links Among Teacher-student Support, School
Connectedness, and Problematic Online Game Use : A
Longitudinal Study
Jianjun Zhu, Chengfu Yu, Wei Zhang, Tingdan Zhang

69

The Link between Puberty and Adolescent Risky Decision
Making: The Moderating Role of Peers, Gender and
Developmental Stage
Ivy Natasha Defoe, Judith Semon Dubas, Marcel van Aken

Differential Effects of Attentional Deficits on Language
Acquisition: A Cross-syndrome Study
Dean D'Souza, Hana D'Souza, Mark H Johnson, Teodora
Gliga, Jeanne Guiraud, Annette Karmiloff-Smith

62

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70

Supervision Neglect, Externalizing Behavior, and Substance
Use
Matthew Carlson, Assaf Oshri

84

iPads in Kindergarten: The effect of tablet computers on young
children's academic achievement
Courtney Blackwell, Ellen A Wartella

71

Reluctance to Express Emotion Explains the Relation between
Cognitive Distortions and Social Skill Competence in Anxious
Children
Brandon Glynn Scott, Julia Gram Humphrey, Armando A. Pina

85

Educational Technology in Early Childhood: Providing Quality
Educational Experiences for Disadvantaged Children
Leslie Hope Ponciano, DeAnna Owens

72

Dysregulated Fear Predicts Social Anxiety and Over-protecting
Parenting Styles in Early Adolescence
Adam Schwartz, Santiago Morales, Pamela M Cole, Douglas M
Teti, Scott D. Gest, Lorah D Dorn, Kristin A Buss

86

Aspects of Language Brokering and Academic Performance
Among College Students
Jillian Jia Shen, Shu-Sha Angie Guan

87

Teacher and Mother Inaccurate Beliefs About Children’s Math
Ability: Exploring Differential Effects on Children’s Math
Achievement
Nicole Sorhagen, Erica Leigh Zippert

88

An exploration of the academic and career trajectories of
mathematically gifted females
Kristen Foster Peairs, Martha Putallaz, Megan Cacchio,
Matthew Makel

89

Psychometric analyses for the Family Involvement
Questionnaire for Latino Spanish-speaking Head Start Families
Johayra Bouza, Rebecca J Bulotsky Shearer, Patricia Carolina
Gaona, Krystal Bichay

90

Family-Centred Services and Early School Adjustment of
Children with Special Needs
Magdalena Z Janus, Ayesha Siddiqua

91

Effects of a Two-Component Intervention on Externalizing
Preschoolers’ Interactive Behaviors Towards Their Teachers
Hilde Colpin, Debora L. Roorda, Caroline Vancraeyveldt,
Sanne Van Craeyevelt, Karine Verschueren

92

The Effects of Preschool Teachers’ Perceptions of Children
Problem Behaviors on Teachers’ Sense of Self-Efficacy
Raquel Plotka, Emily Lichvar

73

Behavioral Inhibition and Fear of Positive Evaluation Dampen
Adolescents’ Emotional Response to Peer Acceptance
Justin Caouette, Zainab Anbari, Amanda E Guyer

74

Parent-Child Agreement on Patterns of Behavioral Problems
Using a Latent Class Analysis Approach
Hazel M Prelow

75

Phenotypic Structure and Genetic Architecture of RDoC
Positive and Negative Valence Systems in Children
Mollie Moore, Carol Ann Van Hulle, H Hill Goldsmith

76

Temperament and Behavior Problems of Toddlers Born
Extreme and Moderate Preterm at 18 to 36 Months of Age.
Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares, Sofia Gracioli, Luciana
Cosentino-Rocha, Francisco Eulógio Martinez

77

Peer Victimization, Internalizing Problems and Teacher-Child
Conflict
Teresa Mejia, Wendy L G Hoglund

78

Offspring Internalizing Problems Predict Parental Psychological
Control: Associations Across Age and Parent Gender
Erikka B Vaughan, Brian M. D'Onofrio, John E Bates, Jennifer
E Lansford, Gregory S Pettit, Kenneth A Dodge

79

Risky strengths: The role of self-sacrifice in internalizing
problems and close friendship among adolescent boys and girls
danielle samuels, Misaki Natsuaki, Bonnie Klimes-Dougan,
Paul David Hastings, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler

93

Contextualizing video game play: The moderating effects of
family risk and parenting on video game exposure and problem
behaviors
Deborah L Linebarger

80

Associations of Electronic Media Communication with
Adolescent Substance Use
Rob Gommans, Gonneke W. J. M. Stevens, Emily Finne,
Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Meyran Boniel-Nissim, Thomas ter
Bogt

94

Developmental Differences in Young Children's Uses of and
Responses to Haptic Tablet Computers
Drew Cingel, Anne Marie Piper, Courtney Blackwell, Sabrina
Connell

81

Abstinence Motivation Scale: A Self-Determination Theory
Measure of Teen Motivations to Abstain from Sex and Alcohol
Sam A Hardy, Jacob Curtis, Claudia Gonzales

95

ESL and Classroom Teacher Collaboration: Findings from a
Professional Development Progam
Leslie Babinski, Steve Amendum, Marta Sanchez, Steve Knotek

82

A Three-Step Latent Transition Mixture Model of Substance
Use, Trauma, and Related Psychopathologies in the Child
Welfare System
Brandon Nakawaki

96

Utilizing a Preschool Teacher Coaching Intervention to Promote
Teacher Engagement and Skill Use
Greta L. Doctoroff, Lindsey Free, Amanda Poling, Giselle
Colorado

97

“How are my Actions Impacting Students”: Teachers’ Analysis
of their Interactions with Students and Change in their
Interactions
Manuela Jimenez, Bridget K. Hamre, Jason Downer

98

Gender, Ethnic, and Developmental Differences in Children’s
Knowledge of and Interest in Engineering Activities
Cindy Faith Miller, Martin Reisslein, Gamze Ozogul

Education, Schooling
83

Children’s Stress System Activity Moderates Effects of
Teacher-Child Relationships on Success in Early Elementary
School
Shannon Tierney Lipscomb, Derek Becker, Heidemarie Laurent,
Leslie Leve, Jenae M Neiderhiser, Misaki Natsuaki, Daniel S.
Shaw, David Reiss, Philip Andrew Fisher

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99

Drawing Helps: Motivational and Cognitive Correlates of
Diagram Creation and Problem Solving in Math and Science
Damian Morden-Snipper, Briana Chang, Ting Dai, Jonathan
Howe, Jennifer Cromley, Julie L Booth, Nora S Newcombe

113 “I always have to get up!”: Relations Between Perceived Sleep
Quality and Coparenting Support Over the First Year of
Parenthood
Brandon T. McDaniel, Douglas M Teti

100 Parental Involvement in Middle School: Examining Nonlinear
Associations
Elizabeth Wehrspann, Aryn M Dotterer

114 Adolescent physical, mental, and relational health: What are the
contributions of parents’ historical and temporal contexts?
Catherine O'Neal, Neila Grimsley, Jay Mancini

101 Parental Engagement and Executive Functioning in LowIncome Preschool Children
Courtney Boise, Lisa L Knoche, Carolyn P Edwards

115 Differences and similarities in bookreading style among lowincome fathers and mothers
Elisabeth Duursma

102 Parent Involvement in Part C Early Intervention Services
Kelly Schmidt, Susan Sonnenschein

116 Cumulative Contextual Risks in the Prediction of Child
Functioning at First Grade: Patterns and Changes across Time
NI YAN, Nan Zhou, Arya Ansari

Family Context & Processes

Health, Growth, Injury

103 Chinese and Latino Parents’ Views of How Children Learn
Math
Claudia Galindo, Susan Sonnenschein, Cassandra Lynn
Simons, Joy A Thompson, Shari R Metzger

117 Health-related quality of life and social support in adolescents
with type 1 diabetes
Debora Dalbosco Dell Aglio, Luciana Cassarino Perez

104 How to raise your teenage daughter: Racial/ethnic differences
in maternal socialization goals
Linda Boamah-Wiafe, Jenna Acker, Daniela Sousa, Stephanie
Milan

118 “Spiritual Quest for Life” – Online Coping Intervention for
Adolescents with Chronic Illness
Sylvie Mrug, Christina Jagielski, Christopher Underwood,
Margaret Thornton, Prakash Kandel, Aaron Moyana, LaCrecia
Britton, Daniel Grossoehme

105 Understanding the effect of familism on educational and
psychosocial outcomes: an effect decomposition analysis
Janet Sayers, Lauren Maxwell

119 The Role of Parent-Child Interactions in the Adjustment of
Children with and without Advanced Cancer
Madelaine Keim, Emily L Shultz, Cynthia Ann Gerhardt,
Kathryn Vannatta, Bruce E. Compas

106 Parents’ Reported Romantic Relationship and Coparenting
Quality Differentially Predicts Quality of Parent-Child
Relationships
Amanda Broderick, Martha E Wadsworth

120 Peer Victimization, Resilience and Psychological adjustment of
Rural-to-Urban Migrant Children in Beijing, China
Zhi Ye

107 Parental Sleep Quality, Overall Distress, Coparenting, and
Daily Mood during Infants’ Early 6 months
Hye Young Rhee, Douglas M Teti

121 Patterns of Coping among Caregivers of Children with Spinal
Cord Injury: Associations with Parent and Child Well-being
Alicia M January, Erin Kelly, Heather Russell, Kathy Zebracki,
Lawrence C Vogel

108 Gender and risk as moderators of the long-term effects of the
New Beginnings Program on Job Success 15-years postintervention
Caroline Heaton Christopher, Sharlene A Wolchik, Jenn-Yun
Tein, Ann S Masten, Irwin N Sandler

122 Infant Flat Head Syndrome: Unexpectedly Common, Early
Appearing, and Multi-National
Warren O Eaton, Ioana Pirlog

109 Paternal and Maternal Predictors of Child Internalizing and
Externalizing Behaviors in Low-Income African American
Families
Sara E. Johns, Heather C. Janisse, Cassandra Esposito, Rachel
Chase, Mayra Rivas

123 Infant Development in Relation to Duration of Early
Institutionalization
Daria Chernego

110 A longitudinal study comparing the impact of both parents’
depression on parenting, coparenting, and child outcomes at 18
months
Hervé Tissot, France Frascarolo, Nicolas Favez

124 Native and foreign word learning in 2- and 3-year-olds: The
roles of language and accent
Caitlin A Cole, Melissa A. Koenig

Language, Communication

125 Infants’ Long-Term Memory for Sequential Statistics in Real
Speech
FERHAT KARAMAN, Jessica Sari Fleming Hay

111 Cortisol Reactivity, Psychological Symptoms, and ParentAdolescent Linkage in Daily Moods
Adela C Timmons, Lauren A. S. Shapiro, Gayla Margolin

126 Interpreting the Gap Between Monolingual and Bilingual
Language Development: A Longitudinal Multilevel Model
Approach
Krystal Ribot, Erika Hoff

112 Marital Conflict in Chinese American Families and the
Prospective Relationship to Children's Psychosocial
Development
Angela Johnson, Qing Zhou

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127 Baby Sign but not Spontaneous Gesture Predicts Later
Vocabulary in Children with Down Syndrome
SEYDA OZCALISKAN, Nevena Dimitrova, Lauren Scmuck,
Jhonelle Bailey, Lauren B Adamson

142 Effect of E-Readers on Children’s Recall of Physical Events
and Mental-State Information in Books
Rosa Guzman
143 Reading attitude and media behavior among Dutch preteens
Elisabeth Duursma, Kees De Bot

128 From Gestures to Word Learning: The Contribution of Joint
Attention
Kelsey Lucca, Adrienne Castro, Makeba Parramore Wilbourn

Methods, History, Theory

129 Can Contingency and Ostensive Cues Abate the Cognitive
Demands of Infants’ Minimal Pair Word-Object Learning?
Laura Mills-Smith, Robin K Panneton

144 In the Eyes of a Child: Pupil Dilation as a Measure of
Expectancy Violation
Markus Krüger, Wolfgang Bartels, Horst Krist

130 Do you see what I see? Four-year-olds’ use of communicative
partners’ visual perspectives to guide on-line language
comprehension
Melanie Khu, Susan A Graham

145 Comparing Three Measures of Mutuality in the Close
Relationships of Emerging Adults
Jiaqi Zhou, Brittnie L Gilman, Edward Frank Lomash, Shaina
Ashley Kumar, Jennifer Daks, Jennifer Roesler, Melody
McCormick, Patrick Phillips, Faith Carlson, Emily Salanon,
Yelena Salkowitz, Jonathan F Mattanah

131 Development of Japanese Children’s Linguistic Register
Comprehension
Toshiki Murase

146 Do Audio-Recordings of Families at Home Affect Mothers’
Behavior?: A Methodological Study
Olivia Dossett, Rose Ashraf, George W Holden

132 Maternal Use of Questions in Speech to Children with Normal
Hearing and Hearing Loss: A Longitudinal Study
Nicholas A Smith

Moral Development
147 Developmental Trajectories in Preschoolers’ Ability to
Distinguish Moral and Social-Conventional Concepts
Marc M. Jambon, Judith G Smetana

133 Longitudinal adaptation in language development: a study of
typically-developing children and children with ASD
Ethan Weed, Riccardo Fusaroli, Deborah A. Fein, Letitia R
Naigles

148 The Honest Truth About Lying: Predictors of Normative and
Consistent Lie-telling
Sandra Thijssen, Andrea Wildeboer, Tonya White, Henning
Tiemeier, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van
IJzendoorn

134 Cerebellar contributions to language recovery following pre- or
perinatal stroke
Carolina Alexis Vias, Alexarae Byron, Arnaldo Morales,
Cynthia Goldberg, Andrea Cuadros, Anthony Steven Dick

149 Associations Between Exposure to Violence and Youths’
Responses to Harm in Accounts of Forgiveness and
Nonforgiveness
Daysi Zentner, Holly E Recchia, Roberto Posada, Cecilia
Wainryb

135 Take it From the Top: Top-Down Speech Learning in Children
Using Lexical Information
Aimee Marino, Keith S Apfelbaum, Bob McMurray
136 Effects of order of presentation of stimuli on cross-language
speech perception
Mariam Dar

150 Social Inclusion/Exclusion Judgments of Turkish Children: A
Comparison between Daily Interactions and Group Activities
Buse Gonul, Basak Sahin-Acar

137 Turn-Taking in Peers' Conversation: Does Inhibitory Control
Matter?
Hilal H. Şen, Sumeyra Altan, Didar Karadag, Elif Zuhal Bakir,
Gokcen As, Elif Kosegil, Aylin C Küntay

151 Wishes and Gratitude of 7- to 14-year-old Brazilians
Lia Beatriz Freitas, Jonathan R H Tudge, Fernanda Palhares,
Andressa Prestes

138 Quality and Quantity of Vocabulary in Narrative and NonNarrative Talk in Diverse American Families
Douglas E. Sperry, Linda L Sperry, Peggy J Miller

152 Moral Predictors of Adolescent Prosocial Behavior toward
Ingroup and Outgroup Members
Sarah L Pierotti, Deborah J. Laible, Luis Diego ConejoBolanos, Erin Karahuta, Gustavo Carlo, Mary B Eberly Lewis,
Jill Froimson

139 Monther-infant communication and cultural change in Germany
– a comparison over 35 years
Carmen Koenigshofen, Carolin Demuth, Heidi Keller, Meike
Watzlawik

153 How Parent-Child Conversation May Promote Moral
Development: Evidence for Cognitive Stimulation and Cultural
Assimilation
Allison DiBianca Fasoli, Olivia Allen, Casey Watters

140 Effect of Set for Variability on Word Recognition in
Developing Readers: Strong Evidence for an Understudied
Skill
Devin Kearns

154 Gender Differences in the Trajectory of Religious Involvement
Daniel B. Lee, Enrique W Neblett

141 The Bootstrapping Effect of Orthographic Knowledge on Word
Learning in Chinese Children
Bonnie Wing-Yin Chow, Simpson WL Wong

155 Profiles of Religiousness Predict Adolescent Psychopathology
and Health Risk Behaviors: A Latent Profile Analysis Approach
Gregory S. Longo, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

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170 The Indirect Effects of Parental Psychological Control on
Anxious Rearing and Adolescent Depressive and Anxious
Symptoms
Rebecca Mahan, Ashley Knapp, Emily Mischel, Olga
Iefremova-Carson, Ellen Leen-Feldner

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
156 Childhood Physical Abuse and Adolescent Peer Relations: A
Study of Mediation by Interpersonal Factors in Two
Developmental Periods
Erica Chin, Suzanne Salzinger

171 Associations of child language and father sensitivity in early
and late toddlerhood
Mirella Cristina Maggi, Margaret Anne Fields, Pamela M Cole

157 Features of Childhood Emotional Abuse Experiences
Differentially Predict Adult Outcome Domains
Sara R. Berzenski, Amber R. Madden, Tuppett M. Yates

172 How parents manage children’s screen time: Is positive
parenting enough?
Justin Michel Parent, Wesley Sanders, Nicole Lafko, Rex
Forehand

158 Changes in Child Maltreatment Rates Over Time:
Correspondence with Substance Use Rates and Changes in
Socioeconomic Status
Faith VanMeter, Lauren Gilbert, Peggy S Keller, Trevor
Nichols, Josie Suchecki

173 Improving parenting skills in Latino parents: A randomized,
waitlist control study of the Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors
Program
Selma N. Caal, Kristin A Moore, Angela Rojas

159 G X E Predictors of Infant Attachment Disorganization: The
Unique Role of the Oxytocin Receptor Gene
Lindsey Gedaly, Esther M. Leerkes, Susan D Calkins, Vincent
Henrich

174 The Role of Adults’ Cognitive and Socio-emotional Caregiving
in Early Ethnic-Related Development Gaps in Cambodia
Jin Sun, Nirmala Rao, Marie Ng, Yvonne Becher, Diana Lee,
Patrick Ip, John Bacon-Shone

160 The Interaction between Attachment-related Interpretation Bias,
Temperament and Maternal Responsiveness on Behavioral
Problems
Simon De Winter, Guy Bosmans, Eva Vandevivere, Caroline
Braet

175 Bidirectional Associations between Parental Messages and
Early Adolescent Aggressive and Effective Nonviolent
Behaviors
Rachel Garthe, Terri Norton Sullivan, Ross A Larsen

161 Mother’s Dysfunctional Attitudes and Mindfulness on
Maternal-Fetal Attachment
Amanda Ramos, Guido Urizar

176 “I think it’s a good way to live your life”: Youths’ perspectives
regarding the importance of parental advice
Maria I. Iturbide, Marcela Raffaelli, Lorraine Munoz

162 Learning Through Play: Early Childhood Development
Resources and Training
Nancy J Cohen, Fataneh Farnia

177 Mother-child interactions in the NICU: Relevance and
implications for later parenting
Emily D Gerstein, Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan, Roseanne Clark

163 Future orientation, social support and mental health among leftbehind children in rural China: a longitudinal study
Danhua Lin, Shaobing Su, Xiaoming Li, Maoling Zhu

178 Maternal Scaffolding at Infancy: Associations with Early Risk
and Child Cognition at Infancy and School Entry
Roni Mermelshtine

164 A parenting program that helps mothers support their preschool
children: The role of mothers' attachment scripts
Cheryl Arbitelli-McAuliffe, Laura M DeRose, Marcy Safyer

179 Positive Affect as a Protective Factor for Maternal Sensitivity in
Mothers Who Report Stressful Parent-Child Interactions
Alise DeBruce, Jillian R Troxler, Sonia Molloy, Cynthia L.
Smith

165 The Role of Parental Homework Completion during PCIT for
Children with or at-Risk for Developmental Delay
Rosmary Ros, Jennifer Hernandez, Daniel M Bagner, Paulo A
Graziano

180 Parents' regulation of Internet use and adolescent problematic
online game use: A moderated mediation model
Binyuan su, Wei Zhang

166 What Constitutes Healthy Reintegration? Here is what Military
Families Think.”
Meredith Richter

181 Associations of Maternal Conflict Behavior Profiles with
Children’s Social Competence
Brittany Paige Boyer, Justin K. Scott, Jackie A Nelson

167 Reciprocal Interaction of Maternal Power Assertion and Child
Externalizing Problems
Berna Akcinar, Nazli Baydar

182 Evaluating IMpulse MAnagement in the Caregiver-Child Dyad:
Correlations to Executive Functions
Sabrina Bechtel, Constanze Anna Schulz, Sabina M Pauen

168 The Link Between Perceived Parenting and Emotional
Adjustment: Comparison Between Non-Hispanic and Hispanic
College Students
Aya Shigeto

183 Interactive Effects of DRD4 Genotype and Maternal Sensitivity
on Externalizing Behavior Across the First Five Years of Life
Dafna A. Windhorst, Viara R. Mileva-Seitz, Marielle Linting,
Henning Tiemeier, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg

169 Involvement in Childrearing and Firm Control Parenting by
Male Cohabiting Partners: Forecasting Adolescent Problem
Behaviors
Nicole Lafko, Justin Michel Parent, Rex Forehand, Andrew
Golub, Megan Reid

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197 Measuring the macrosystem in post-accord Northern Ireland: A
mixed methods approach
Dana Townsend, Laura K. Taylor, Andrea Furey, Christine
Elizabeth Merrilees, Marcie C Goeke-Morey, Peter Shirlow, E.
Mark Cummings

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
184 Interrelation between fine, but not gross, motor skills and selfregulation in preschool children
Ruth Maria Laufs, Wolfgang A. Rauch
185 Social Learning in Early Manual Skill Development
Jennifer Erin Maldarelli, Claire Burns, Bjoern A. Kahrs, Jeffrey
J Lockman

198 They Have More Money Because They’re Better: An EarlyEmerging Explanatory Heuristic Gives Rise to the Belief that
Society is Fair
Larisa Hussak, Andrei Cimpian

186 Purposeful Actions in Infants: From a Broadly-Tuned to a
Selectively Specialized Motor System
Hana D'Souza, Dorothy Cowie, Annette Karmiloff-Smith,
Andrew J. Bremner

School Readiness/Childcare
199 Aspects of the Teacher-Child Relationship in the Toddler
Classroom and Associations with Toddler Behavior
Katie Riley, Alexa Caldwell, Christine Nicole Maynard

187 Broad category membership guides visual attention in young
children
Bria Long, Mariko Moher, Talia Konkle, George Angelo
Alvarez, Susan E Carey

200 Health Outcomes and Service Access for Children in Early
Head Start
Lauren Murphy, Cheri Vogel

188 Neural Correlates of the Infant Body Schema: Scalp
Topography of ERPs to Tactile Stimulation in 7-month-olds
Joni N Saby, Andrew N Meltzoff, Peter J Marshall

201 The Complexity of Family Child Care Homes as a Setting for
Child Development
Jeannette Torres, Lidia Corral, Ivanna Valeska Ayala, Ariel D
Bahner, Holli Ann Tonyan

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
189 Relationships Among Parental Attachment and Ethnic/Racial
Identity Exploration and Commitment in Emerging Adulthood
Kida Ejesi, Natasha Nathan, Gina Cipolla, Tara Considine,
Margaret Hillman, Amy Kerivan Marks

202 She’s supporting them, who’s supporting her? Preschool centerlevel social-emotional supports and teacher well-being
Katherine Zinsser, Claire Genevieve Christensen, Luz Torres
203 Theory of mind in preschool children and later school readiness
Carla Martins, Eva Costa Martins, Ana Osorio, Joana Baptista,
Manuela Verissimo

190 Priming White Identity Elicits Stereotype Boost for Biracial
Black/White Young Adults
Sarah Elizabeth Gaither, Jessica Remedios, Jennifer Schultz,
Samuel R. Sommers

204 Predicting Pre-Academic Skills for Low-Income Children
Entering State-Funded Prekindergarten With and Without
Behavioral Concerns
Rebecca A Marcon, Susan M Perez

191 Community Poverty and Adolescent’s Academic Achievement:
In What Context Does Race Really Matter?
Mellissa Gordon, Ming Cui

205 English and Spanish Language Predictors of Low Income
Latino English Language Learners’ Early Academic Skills
Susan Sonnenschein, Shari R Metzger, Joy A Thompson, Linda
Baker

192 Perceived Sources of Support and Activity Involvement in
Relation to Substance use Among Rural American Indian
Adolescents
Carol A. Markstrom, Kristin L Moilanen

206 The Effects of Early Life Factors on Later Achievement and
Socio-emotional Outcomes: Using a Complex Interaction
Framework
Robert Duncan, Megan M McClelland, Alan Acock

193 Problematic Neighborhoods and Negative Life Events Mediate
the Links between Low Income and Aggression and
Victimization at School
Stevie N Grassetti, Julie A Hubbard, Marissa A Smith, Megan
Bookhout, Lauren Elizabeth Swift

207 Theory of Mind as an indicator of school readiness: The role of
perspective-taking in a sample of low-income kindergarteners
Laura L. Brock, Helyn Kim, Cara Lynn Adams

194 The Role of Children’s Ethnic Identity on Children’s
Development in the Face of Racism
Ana Kamille Marcelo, Tuppett M. Yates

Sex, Gender

195 Power in numbers?: How identity development and social
experiences shape Latino students’ estimations of their ethnic
group size
Ariana Bell, Jaana Juvonen, Sandra Graham

208 Does Soy Formula Alter Gendered Play in Toddlers?
Jerilynn Radcliffe, Joan I Schall, Allison Weiss, Hilary Bragg,
Eileen G. Ford, Sheri A Berenbaum, Walter J. Rogan, Virginia
A. Stallings

196 The Unique Effect of High School Teacher Discrimination on
Post High School Educational Attainment among African
American Youth
Angel Dunbar, Alyson M Cavanaugh, Andrew Supple, Gabriela
Stein

209 Romantic Relationships and the Breadwinner-Caregiver Model:
Changing Future Visions in the First Year of College
Megan Fulcher, Kingsley Schroeder, Charlotte Magee
210 Children’s Differential Endorsement of Race and Gender
Stereotypes Across Development
Rista Plate, Elizabeth Brey, Patricia G. Devine, Kristin Shutts

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226 Coping Strategies Specific to Community Violence Exposure
Suzanna So, Noni K Gaylord-Harden, Dexter R. Voisin, Cynthia
Pierre

Social Cognition
211 Memory for Hierarchical Goal Structure Facilitates Imitation of
Novel Actions in 3-Year-Old Children
Jeff Loucks

227 Rethinking the Relationship Between Negative Emotions and
Physical Health
Stacey N Doan, Nadya Dich

212 Observational Learning in Ghost Conditions: the Roles of
Agency and Affordance Learning
Chi-Tai Huang, Pei-Wen Chang

228 Well-being enhances resilience while at the same time stress
diminishes it
Paul E Jose

213 The Effects of Edited Video Demonstrations on Imitative
Behaviors in Young Children
Ruqian Ma, Laura A. Edwards, Boin Choi, Charles A. Nelson

229 Young Children’s Adjustment Problems: The Contributions of
Parental Emotional Expressiveness and Child Physiological
Regulation
Leigha Alexandra MacNeill, Alysia Y Blandon

214 Adjusting My Actions to You: Joint Action Development
During Early Childhood
Marlene Meyer, Robrecht P.R.D. van der Wel, Sabine Hunnius
215 Essentializing Gender Nonconformity in Middle Childhood
Madeleine DeMeules, Sarah E Colombo, Kristina R Olson

230 Maternal Positive Affect Mediates the Link Between Family
Risk and Preschoolers' Positive Affect
Molly Davis, Cynthia Mary Suveg, Anne E Shaffer

216 The influence of similarity on perspective-taking in preschool
children
Alia Martin, Madeleine DeMeules, Elizabeth Ake, Karalyn
Holten, Kristina R Olson

231 Emotion Socialization in the U.S. and S. Korea: Variation by
Culture and Gender
Grace E Cho, Yoonkyung Jeong
232 The Moderating Role of Attention Bias and Behavioral
Inhibition on the link between EEG Asymmetry and Separation
Anxiety
MeiLin Grunnagle, Nhi Thai, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

217 Linking Basic Social Perception, Theory of Mind, and Social
Behavior in Middle Childhood
Katherine Rice, Laura C Anderson, Kayla Velnoskey, Elizabeth
Redcay

233 Does Learning to Meditate Impact How Teens Regulate? SocioEmotional Benefits of a Week Long Mindfulness-Based
Summer Camp
Emily Wu Shih, Parisa Parsafar, Nabila Jamal Orozco, Leanne
Bishara, Jamie Price, Marilyn Stoner, Loren Witcher, Elizabeth
L Davis

218 Infants give to larger social sets: Sensitivity to social numbers
emerges early in ontogeny.
David Pietraszewski, Annie E Wertz, Karen Wynn
219 The Beauty and the Accurate: How Biased are Children’s
Selective Trust Decisions?
Igor Bascandziev, Paul Harris

234 Parent and Child Affect Synchrony from Early Infancy to
Toddlerhood
Diane M Lickenbrock, Julia M Braungart-Rieker

220 Delighting in others’ disaster: Development of schadenfreude in
middle childhood
candace lapan, Janet J Boseovski, Sarah Creech, Sara Mofford,
Morgan Jewells

235 The unique and interactive roles of effortful control and
emotion regulation in shaping individual variation of social
competence.
Nicole Fettig, Susanne Denham, Hideko Hamada Bassett

221 Early Associations Between Eye-tracking and
Electrophysiological Measures of Familiar Face Processing
Jennifer B Wagner, Rhiannon J Luyster, Helen Tager-Flusberg,
Charles A. Nelson

236 Stability and change of genetic and environmental influences on
negative emotionality in infant twins
Lyndall Anne Schumann, Michel Boivin, Eric Lacourse,
Stéphane Paquin, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Ginette
Dionne, Richard E Tremblay, Linda Booij

222 Young Children Discriminate between Accurate and Inaccurate
Information when Rewarding Peer Informants
Laura J Nelson, Samuel Ronfard, Yarrow C Dunham, Peter R
Blake

237 Emotion Coaching Predicts Change in Family Functioning
Across Treatment for Children with Oppositional Defiant
Disorder
Julie C Dunsmore, Jordan A Booker, Naama Atzaba-Poria,
Sarah Ryan, Ross Greene, Thomas H Ollendick

223 Overrated Adults: Preschoolers' Understanding of Another’s
False Belief is Influenced by the Believer’s Age
Norbert Zmyj, Sabine Seehagen
224 Exploring Socioeconomic Status as a Predictor of SocialCognitive Ability and Children’s Earliest Social Loafing.
Robert Bruce Thompson, Renee G. Cote, Brianna Acquaviva,
Courtney R. Stewart, Emily Bessette

238 Children’s Affiliation-Based Peer Group as Emotional Context:
Relation to Children’s Social Behavior
Kyongboon Kwon, Jessica Willenbrink

Social, Emotional, Personality

239 Self-efficacy Mediates Relations between Maternal Control and
Self-Esteem
Dominic Mangino, Dayna Kline, Erika J Bagley

225 Parent’s achievement pressure and academic stress in Korean
children
Keumjoo Kwak, Yeonsoo Esther Kim, Hyun Su Cho, HyoJin
Lee, SooJung Rim

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240 Intergenerational Links Between Maternal and Adolescent SelfEsteem
JAMESA A. WAGWAU, Kristin L Moilanen

254 Self-Esteem as a Moderator of the Relation between Facebook
Use and Depressive Symptoms in Emerging Adults:
Preliminary Results
Erin E Reilly, Shawn A Wilson, Drew A Anderson, Lisa M
Anderson, Sasha Dmochowski, Lauren E Knauf

241 Attachment and Peer Relationships as precursors of Self-Esteem
in Pre-School children
Alexandra Pinto, Tania Sousa, Mafalda Figueiredo, Manuela
Verissimo, António J. Santos, Brian E Vaughn

Social Relationships

255 Friends’ Behavior and the Emergence of Leadership in
Childhood: A Genetically Informed Study of Twins
Alessandra Rivizzigno, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Ginette
Dionne, Michel Boivin

242 Do Attachment Styles in Preadolescence Predict TargetSpecific Aggression?
Rachel Evans Pauletti, Christopher D. Aults, Patrick J Cooper,
David G. Perry

256 Do Children who Understand the Other Sex do Better in
School?
Ryan Field, Carol L Martin, Naomi Andrews, Dawn Elizabeth
England, Kristina M Zosuls

243 Little Mean Girls: An observational study of aggressive
behavior in preschool
Kaleigh Matthews, Jennifer Irving, Vanessa LoBue

257 Target-specific Prosocial Behavior in Early Adolescence:
Variations by Popularity, Preference, and Dominance
Leanna M Closson, Shelley C Hymel

244 Are youth who experience weight discrimination also victims
and perpetrators of social and cyber aggression?
Natalie Golaszewski, Keryn Pasch, Milena Batanova, Alejandra
Fernandez, Alexandra Loukas

258 The Desire to Conform to Peers: Links with Popularity and
Behavior in Early Adolescence
Leanna M Closson, Nicole Hart, Leslie Hogg
259 Distinguishing Subtypes of Social Withdrawal in Chinese
Children: Children’s, Peers’, and Teachers’ Perspectives
Linlin Zhang, Natalie D. Eggum-Wilkens

245 Does relationship-specific aggressogenic thought predict
aggression toward affectively similar targets?
Jaime Marrus, Kätlin Peets, Ernest V. E. Hodges

Developmental Disabilities

246 The Pressure to Be Popular: The Role of Parents, Friends, and
the Media in Adolescents’ Social Status Goals and Social
Behaviors
Michelle Faye Wright

260 Emotional health outcomes in early adulthood for young people
with language impairment
Nicola Botting, Umar Toseeb, Andrew Pickles, Durkin Kevin,
Gina Conti-Ramsden

247 Stability of Physical and Relational Aggression as a Function of
Prosocial Behavior in 5th and 6th graders.
Joanna Rosciszewska, William M Bukowski, Jonathan Bruce
Santo
248 The Mediating Role of Social Preference in the Relationship
Between Teacher-Student Relationship Quality and Peer
Victimization
Katie Smeraglia, Sam Manring, Marisa Lynn Whitley,
Lawrence Christian Elledge
249 School Climate and Bystander Responses to Bullying
Chiaki Konishi, Yasuo Miyazaki, Shelley C Hymel
250 Latino Youth, Family and Community: Potential Moderation of
Peer Victimization and Links to Internalizing/Externalizing
Symptoms
Eric S Buhs, Chelsie Denise Temmen, Scott Raymond Frohn
251 College Students' Willingness to Convert for a Romantic
Partner
Tiffany Lam, Marilisa Raju, Sharon Shenhav, Wendy A
Goldberg
252 What is Dating? A Qualitative Analysis of Latina Adolescents’
and their Mothers’ Perspectives
Carla Shaffer, Rosalie Corona
253 Birds of a feather flock together? Humor style similarity and
difference in friendship dyads
Claire L Fox, Simon C Hunter, Sian E Jones

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Friday, 1:30pm-3:00pm

Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-147) Invited Conversation
Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:30pm-3:00pm

(Event 2-148) Invited Address
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-147. Getting Out the Message: Child Development
Research-Media Collaborations
Moderator: Ashley Merryman, Author /Journalist/Attorney

2-148. Brain Regions Supporting Cognitive and SocialAffective Development in Adolescence
Chair: Nathan A Fox
Speaker: Eveline Crone

Abstract. As moderator, I will lead the conversation of the roundtable
with Kerry Rubin and Melanie Killen. We'll begin with a discussion
of the CNN/Killen Lab project on "Kids and Race: The Hidden
Picture," which was aired in April, 2012. We will talk about how the
project came about, and how CNN and the Killen Lab worked
together during the research and documentary filming. Using this
project as a jumping-off point, we'll turn our attention to how research
is conducted by university labs and news organizations. We'll address
their respective commonalties and differences in procedures, legal and
ethical reviews, and sheer practical demands. We'll then talk about
where scientific research and the media go from here – how we can
make sure that the media finds the best science to report, while
scientists understand how their work fits in with public discourse.

Biography. Eveline Crone is a full professor at Leiden University, the
Netherlands. She obtained her PhD cum laude at the University of
Amsterdam and was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of
California in Davis. Since 2005, she is head of the Brain &
Development Laboratory at Leiden University. She obtained several
large research grants from the Dutch NWO and the European
Research Council (including a 1.500 k ERC Grant). Her research has
been awarded many times, including a top achievement award from
the National network for women in science, and the Award for
Science and Communication handed out by the Dutch minister of
Education. In 2011, she received the Early Career Award from the
Society for Psychophysiological Research in Boston. Since 2013 she
is a member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Panelist 1 - Kerry Rubin, Senior Producer, CNN’s Anderson
Cooper 360

Abstract: Adolescent development comes with massive changes in
cognitive, emotional and social reasoning. Using functional magnetic
resonance imaging (fMRI) we study how changes in brain function
are related to changes in cognition and emotion over the course of
child and adolescent development. In this talk, I will present results
from longitudinal studies showing that adolescent brain development
is associated with: (1) increased flexibility of cognitive control,
combined with (2) an imbalance between limbic and prefrontal cortex
during affective and social reasoning tasks. I will show that
adolescent brain development provides a window of opportunity
which is important for adaptive exploration, eventually leading to
mature goals and social competence.

Abstract. My role as panel member of the Conversation Roundtable is
to provide the media viewpoint, and what has motivated CNN to
conduct media/research collaborations. Starting with “Kids on Race:
The Hidden Picture,” I will discuss how we undertake these projects,
and what we view as the larger mission to accomplish. Working with
university researchers involves forging into new territory, and we will
discuss how we go about this and what it entails in terms of
communication and shared goals. Our goal is to create a story that is
accessible for a wide audience, and one that is compelling and
engaging. We will discuss the challenges and what CNN envisions for
the future.

Panelist 2 - Melanie Killen, Professor of Human Development
and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland
Abstract. The goal of this conversation roundtable is to discuss
collaborations between developmental science researchers and
television media when executing empirical studies designed to
provide new knowledge and create a story for broadcast news. I will
talk about how my team made our pitch to the CNN AC360 staff in
New York City, selected schools in New Jersey, Maryland, and
Virginia to collect the data, which was filmed, conducted data
analyses, and worked on the scripts. Scientific integrity is a
fundamental principle for researchers. As well, journalistic freedom is
central for media. Embarking on these types of collaborations can
pose challenges for preserving both principles. Journalists have a
vision for what works for a story; social scientists have a concern for
how data and findings should be portrayed and interpreted. Making it
work takes open communication and a sense of a shared goal; the
broader impacts are educational and newsworthy.

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View 2 - "You are what your mother says you should eat."
The eating psychology of young children is seemingly
uncomplicated—they tend to eat what they like and leave the rest.
How then, are healthful eating patterns established? For many foods,
acceptance is a dynamic process that reflects taste and temperamental
predispositions of the child as well as children’s eating experiences
during, following, and surrounding ingestion. Parents and caregivers
act as key agents of eating socialization and food acceptance by
providing the foods to which children are exposed, acting as social
models, and through direct interactions around child feeding.
Evidence will be presented to argue that dimensions of children’s
social experiences with food are critical to the development of healthy
food preferences, choice, and intake.

(Event 2-149) Invited Views by Two
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:10pm
2-149. Development of Food Preference and Obesity
Moderator: John Colombo
Panelist 1: Julie Mennella
Biography. Dr. Julie A. Mennella obtained a Ph.D. from the
Department of Behavioral Sciences at The University of Chicago in
Chicago, IL. She subsequently did postdoctoral work on the transfer
of volatiles from maternal diet to amniotic fluid and human milk at
the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, PA. She joined
the faculty there in 1990 where she is now a Member. Her major
research interests include investigating the timing of sensitive periods
in human flavor learning during breastfeeding and formula feeding;
uncovering how children are living in different taste worlds than
adults and their vulnerabilities to the current food environment; and
understanding role of genetics, culture and experience on food choice
and habits. In addition to her research, she founded a program at
Monell Center that encouraged under-represented minority high
school and undergraduate students to pursue careers in science and
medicine. Dr. Mennella is the recipient of several grants from the
National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health
and Human Development and is the author or co-author of numerous
research papers.
View 1 - "You are what your mother eats."
Health initiatives address childhood obesity in part by encouraging
good nutrition early in life. In this talk, I will highlight the basic
science that revealed sensory experiences, beginning early in life, can
shape preferences. Mothers eating diets rich in healthy foods can get
children off to a good start since flavors are transmitted from the
maternal diet to amniotic fluid and mother’s milk, and experience
with such flavors leads to great acceptance of those foods. Evidence
will be presented that suggests that early life experiences with healthy
tastes and flavors may go a long way toward promoting healthy eating
and growth, which could have a significant impact in addressing the
many chronic illnesses associated with poor food choice.

(Event 2-150) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-150. Effects and Predictors of Household Chaos Across
Cultural Contexts and Developmental Domains
Chair: Patricia T Garrett-Peters
Discussant: Theodore D Wachs
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The Role of Early Household Chaos in Understanding Links
between Family Poverty and Children’s Academic
Achievement
Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Lynne Vernon-Feagans, Irina
Mokrova, Michael Willoughby, YI PAN

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Predictors of Behavioral Regulation in Kindergarten:
Household Chaos and Early Executive Functions
Lynne Vernon-Feagans, Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Michael
Willoughby

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The Relations between Home Chaos and Child Impulsivity: The
Mediating Effects of Parenting
Fernando Humberto Andrade Adaniya, Feyza Corapci

(Event 2-151) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Panelist 2: Jennifer O Fisher
Biography. Dr. Fisher is a Professor in the Department of Public
Health at Temple University and Interim Director of the Center for
Obesity Research and Education where she also directs the Family
Eating Laboratory. She holds graduate degrees in Nutrition from the
University of Illinois (A.M., Nutritional Sciences, 1993) and from the
Pennsylvania State University (Ph.D., Nutrition, 1997). Prior to her
appointment at Temple University, Dr. Fisher was an Assistant
Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and scientist at
the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center in Houston TX.
Dr. Fisher research focuses on the development of eating behavior
during infancy and early childhood. The broad goal of her research is
to understand how early eating environments influence food
acceptance and appetite regulation as well as growth. Her current
research program includes, experimental research on children’s
appetite regulation, observational studies of parental influences on
snacking among young children, and interventions for low-income
mothers around child feeding. Dr. Fisher is Co-Executive Editor of
Appetite and on the Editorial Board of Nutrition Reviews. She is an
active member of The Obesity Society where she has held a number
of leadership positions.

2-151. New evidence for the distinction between reactive
and proactive aggression
Chair: Sabine Stoltz
Discussant: Marion K. Underwood
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The diagnostic value of proactive aggression for boys with
severe disruptive behavior problems
Bram Orobio de Castro, Welmoet Merk

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Popularity Differentially Predicts Reactive and Proactive
Aggression in Early Adolescence
Sabine Stoltz, Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Yvonne H. M. van den
Berg, Rob Gommans
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Physical Aggression, Relational Aggression, and Endorsement
of Reactive Aggression in Nine Countries
Jennifer E Lansford, Emma Sorbring, Sevtap Gurdal, Nina
Tryggvason, Jennifer Godwin, Arnaldo Zelli, Liane Peña
Alampay, Suha Al-Hassan, Dario Bacchini, Anna Silvia Bombi,
Marc H Bornstein, Lei Chang, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Laura Di
Giunta, Kenneth A Dodge, Patrick S Malone, Paul Oburu,
Concetta Pastorelli, Ann T. Skinner, Sombat Tapanya, Liliana
Maria Uribe Tirado

(Event 2-154) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-154. New Insights into the Role of Emotion in Sociomoral
Judgment and Behavior from Infancy and Beyond
Chair: Conor Steckler
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Is Emotion Causally Related to Infants’ Sociomoral
Evaluations?
Conor Steckler, Kiley Hamlin

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Giving Leads to Happiness in Young Children: Evidence from
Canada and Vanuatu
Lara Aknin, Kiley Hamlin, Tanya Broesch, Elizabeth Dunn

2-152. The Role of Working Memory in Children’s
Mathematical Achievement
Chairs: Geetha B. Ramani, Susanne M. Jaeggi

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Young Children’s Elevation in Posture Increases After They
Have Helped Others
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish, Michael Tomasello

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Number Transcoding Ability Mediates the Relation between
Working Memory and Mathematics Performance
Sanne van der Ven, Han L.J. van der Maas, Jonathan Klaiber

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Neural Abnormalities in the Response to Social Provocation in
Youth with Conduct Disorder
R. James Blair, Stuart White

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Working Memory Updating Capacity and Math Achievement:
From Kindergarten to High School
Kerry Lee, Rebecca Bull

(Event 2-152) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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(Event 2-155) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Domain-General and Domain-Specific Training to Improve
Low-income Children’s Mathematics
Geetha B. Ramani, Susanne M. Jaeggi, Emily Daubert, Martin
Buschkuehl

2-155. Bio-Ecological Processes in Schools: The Interplay
of Social Classroom Relationships with Markers of Child
Genetic Risk
Chair: Karine Verschueren
Discussant: Hans M Koot

Keeping Track of the Numbers: The Effects of Working
Memory Capacity and Load on Mathematics Performance and
Learning
Amira F. Ibrahim, Martin Buschkuehl, Susanne M. Jaeggi, Priti
Shah

Child Temperamental Regulation and Classroom Quality in
Head Start: Considering Cumulative Economic Risk
Kathleen Moritz Rudasill, Leslie R. Hawley, Jennifer LoCasaleCrouch

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Gene-Environment Interplay in the Links Between Peer
Victimization, Anxiety and Aggression: The Protective Role of
School Factors
Fanny-Alexandra Guimond, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro,
Ginette Dionne, Michel Boivin

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Teacher-Student Relationships and Adolescent School
Engagement and Rule-Breaking Behavior: Moderating Role of
Dopaminergic Genes
Steven De Laet, Hilde Colpin, Karla Van Leeuwen, Wim Van
den Noortgate, Stephan Claes, Annelies Janssens, Luc G
Goossens, Karine Verschueren

(Event 2-153) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-153. Predictors of Gratitude in Youth
Chairs: Meagan Ramsey, Amy L Gentzler
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How Do Children and Their Mothers Define Gratitude?
Examining Predictors of Their Understanding of Gratitude
Meagan Ramsey, Amy L Gentzler, Katelyn Black, Anthony
Casella

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Raising Grateful Kids: What can Parents do?
Danielle Ruscio, Jeffrey J Froh, Tara Lomas, Meagan Muller,
Giacomo Bono, Robert Emmons

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The Development of Gratitude in American, Brazilian, Russian,
and Chinese 7- to 14-year-olds
Jonathan R H Tudge, Lia Beatriz Freitas, Irina Mokrova,
Yudan Wang

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What Makes Grateful Teens? Longitudinal Models of
Determinants
Giacomo Bono, Christopher Odudu, Robert DeWitz, Jeffrey J
Froh

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(Event 2-156) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-158) Paper Session
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-156. Social Comparison and Depression during the
Adolescent Years
Chair: David Schwartz
Discussant: Mitchell J Prinstein

2-158. Sensory-Motor Developing Processes Underlying
Language, Attention, and Perception of the Environment
Chair: Linda B Smith

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Dissociable Visual Correlates of Receptive and Expressive
Language Development
Tawny Tsang, Scott P Johnson

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Bridging Macro and Micro Level Measurement of Sustained
Attention in Toddlers
Maureen McQuillan, Chen Yu, Sumarga H Suanda, Linda B
Smith, John E Bates

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Bouts of Steps: The Organization of Infant Exploration
Whitney G Cole, Dejana Mladenovic, Scott Reginald Robinson,
Karen E Adolph

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Behavioral and brain changes during the optimisation of visual
inference in childhood
Marko Nardini, Bauke van der Velde, Rachel Kelly, Tessa
Dekker

Disparities between Self-Competence and the Competence of
Idealized Peers as a Correlate of Depressive Symptoms
David Schwartz, Alexandra L Cram, Tana Luo, Luiza Vianna,
Mylien Thi Duong, Daryaneh Badaly

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The Problem with Hot Friends: Victimization, Physical
Appearance, and Depression
Robert Faris

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When Does Discrimination Hurt the Most?: The Role of School
Ethnic Composition in Discrimination-Depression Links
Hannah Schacter, Jaana Juvonen

(Event 2-157) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-159) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-157. Project LAUNCH: Evaluation of Community
Progress to Improve Child Outcomes
Chair: Julie Leis
Discussant: Laura Hoard
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2-159. Understanding the Developmental Relationship
between Peer Victimization and Psychosocial Functioning
Chair: Joyce Li
Discussant: Wendy Craig

Engaging in a Good Way: Collective Impact of Preventive
Interventions on Pre-School Children’s Development in a Tribal
Community
Dawn Nixon, Catherine C. Ayoub, Elisa Vele-Tabaddor, Adam
Von Ende, Rob Goslin

Peer Network Characteristics and Trajectories of Internalizing
Problems in Middle Childhood
Naheed E. Hosan, Wendy L G Hoglund

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Developmental Trajectories of Peer Victimization in
Adolescence and their Association with Psychosocial
Functioning
Joyce Li, Wendy Craig

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With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Pre-Adolescent
Girls’ Experiences with Peer Victimization within Friendship
Networks
Karen O''Shea

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Social and Cyber Bullying in Late Adolescence: Perpetration,
Victimization and Moral Disengagement
Nicole Summers, Christine Polihronis, Tina Daniels, Andrea
Howard

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The Role of Shame in Peer Victimization
Alexandra Irwin, Calum Scott, Tom Hollenstein, Wendy Craig

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Bullying and Victimization as Moderators Between Self-Esteem
and Eating Disorder Symptoms
Carleigh Sanderson, Heather L. Brittain, Amanda Krygsman,
Tracy Vaillancourt

The Effect of Teacher Training and Coaching in the CSEFEL
Teaching Pyramid Model on Teacher Practices
Tamesha Harewood, Claire D Vallotton, Miles McNall

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Evaluating Promising Starts Early Childhood Systems
Development: Process and Outcomes
Jeana Bracey, Mhora Lorentson, Melissa Mendez

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Maltreatment, Oxytocin, and the Perception of Emotional Infant
Faces
Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn,
Ritu Bhandari, Alexandra Voorthuis, Madelon Riem

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Intranasal Oxytocin and Changes in Self-Perception: Studies of
Autobiographical Memory
Mark A Ellenbogen, Christopher Cardoso, Mark A Orlando,
Christopher Kalogeropoulos, Christopher A. Brown

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Oxytocin and the Parental Brain
Ruth Feldman

(Event 2-160) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-160. Predictors and consequences of declining adolescent
sleep duration: Physiological, psychological, and historical
perspectives
Chair: Julie Maslowsky
Discussant: Ronald E Dahl
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Sleep and the transition to adolescence
Lindsay Till Hoyt, Julianna Deardorff, Melissa Jeanne Hagan,
Louise Greenspan, Gayle Windham, Allison G. Harvey, Cecile
Laurent, Lawrence Kushi, Robert Hiatt

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Developmental trajectories of sleep from adolescence to
emerging adulthood: Associations with depression
Julie Maslowsky

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Age, period, and cohort effects on adolescent sleep behavior in
the US from 1991 to 2012
Katherine Keyes, Julie Maslowsky, Ava Hamilton, John E
Schulenberg

(Event 2-163) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-163. Parental Support for Children's Early Numeracy
and Literacy: Longitudinal Evidence From Four Countries
Chair: Carol S Huntsinger
Home Learning Environment and the Development of Child
Competencies From Kindergarten Until the End of Elementary
School
Frank Niklas, Wolfgang Schneider

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Support of Young Children's Literacy and Numeracy Skills:
Exploring Home-Based Activities in New Zealand
Paul E Jose, Kylie J. Munro

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Parental Encouragement of Early Mathematics and Reading in
the United States
Carol S Huntsinger, Paul E Jose

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Parents Leading Learning: A Non-Intensive Intervention Study
to Support the Home Learning Environment
Caroline Cohrssen, Frank Niklas, Collette Patria Tayler

(Event 2-161) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-161. International Perspectives to Understand How
Diverse Socio-ecological Contexts Shape African and
Southeast Asian Families
Chair: Heejung Park
Discussant: Heidi Keller
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How Socio-Ecological Contexts Impact Early Experiences of
Three Month Old Infants in Africa
Hiltrud Otto, Nicole Schuitmaker, Mark Tomlinson, Heidi
Keller, Bettina Lamm

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How do we Measure Economic Deprivation in South Africa?
Building a Theoretically Grounded Multidimensional Model
Ashley Rae Turbeville, J. Lawrence Aber, Nia Diane Gordon

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Manifestation of Family Obligation Values in the Lives of
Vietnamese Adolescents in Rural Vietnam, Urban Vietnam, and
Urban U.S.
Heejung Park, Anna Lau, Victoria Ngo, bahr weiss

(Event 2-164) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-164. Supporting Conceptual Knowledge Development in
Preschool Children
Chair: Julie Dwyer
Discussant: Laura M. Justice
Differences in children’s use of questions to acquire conceptual
knowledge
Katelyn Kurkul, Alessandra Ward, Julie Dwyer, Kathleen H
Corriveau

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Investigating Support for Conceptual and Vocabulary
Knowledge Development in Two Preschool Settings
Julie Dwyer

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Supporting Teachers in Building Vocabulary through
Conversations: Lessons from the ExCELL-e Intervention
Annemarie H Hindman, Barbara A. Wasik, Emily Keller Snell

(Event 2-162) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-162. Oxytocin, Parenting and Child Development
Chairs: Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn, Marian J BakermansKranenburg
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Effects of Chronic Intranasal Oxytocin Administered During
Development: Voles, Mice, and Monkeys
Karen Bales

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(Event 2-165) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-167) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-165. Patterns of Childcare and Economically
Disadvantaged Children’s School Readiness
Chairs: Kelly M Purtell, Elizabeth T. Gershoff

2-167. Developing and Evaluating Contextually Meaningful
Interventions for Children in Low-Income and ConflictAffected Countries
Moderator: Kofi Marfo
Panelists: Alice Wuermli, Sharon Wolf, Carly Tubbs, Sharon
Kim

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Sequences of Childcare across the Preschool Years and LowIncome Children’s School Readiness
Kelly M Purtell, Elizabeth T. Gershoff, Arya Ansari

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Testing for Dosage-Outcome Relationships Using the Head
Start Impact Study
Elizabeth B. Miller, YI PAN, Margaret Burchinal

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Enrollment in Multiple Concurrent Early Childhood Care and
Education Settings: Impacts on Children’s Math and Language
Skills
Allison Hope Friedman-Krauss, Pamela Morris

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(Event 2-168) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-168. Tuning Into Language: Behavioral and Neural
Differentiation of Speech and Non-Speech in Infancy
Chair: Sandra R Waxman
Discussant: Sandra R Waxman

Head Start at ages 3 and 4 versus Head Start followed by state
pre-k: Which is more effective?
Jade V Marcus Jenkins, George Farkas, Greg J Duncan,
Margaret Burchinal, Deborah L Vandell

Tuned for Speech?: Neural Activation to Spoken and Whistled
Language in Young Infants
Lillian May, Judit Gervain, Manuel Carreiras, Janet F Werker

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Infant Brain Responses to Speech and Other Naturally
Occurring Sounds: An fMRI Study
Sarah Shultz, Athena Vouloumanos, Kevin Pelphrey

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Surprisingly Early Links Between Language and Cognition in
Preverbal Infants: Establishing the Boundary Conditions
Danielle Perszyk, Sandra R Waxman

(Event 2-166) Federal Agency Session
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-166. Mock NIH Application Review and NIH Processes
Revealed
Chairs: James A Griffin, Cheryl Anne Boyce
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Panel 1: Grant Myths, Legends and Rumors: NIH Processes
Revealed
Aria Crump, Anna Lue Riley, Belinda E Sims, Denise Pintello,
LeShawndra N Price, Mariela Shirley, Karen Sirocco

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Panel 2: Mock NIH Review
James A Griffin, Marita R Hopmann, Lisa Freund, Brett Miller,
Kathy Mann Koepke, Valerie Maholmes

(Event 2-169) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-169. Exploring the Role of Context in Children's
Normative Reasoning
Chair: Anne Riggs
Discussant: Mark Alan Sabbagh

Description: This interactive session will include an overview of
grant submission policies, priorities and procedures at NIH and a
mock NIH review. Together, the two components of this session will
aim to demystify the grant submission process at NIH and equip
participants with key information for navigating the process. The
session will start with an introductory overview that will provide
background on scientific priorities and funding opportunities at
several NIH institutes, key issues in grant writing, and key issues in
the NIH scientific review process. The overview will include
discussion of programs focusing on career development and supports
for transitioning into an independent research career, as well as
programs to strengthen the diversity of the biomedical workforce.
After the introductory panel, a mock NIH application review will
enable participants to gain greater understanding of the review
process through actually observing mock review sessions structured
to illustrate key principles and procedures. During this panel, a
Scientific Review Officer (SRO) will give a brief overview of the
review process. Several Program Officers acting as peer reviewers
will then score and discuss comments on two applications (one
research and one fellowship training grant). This panel will conclude
with an explanation of the role of the Council in the funding process.
Participants from all career levels are welcome.

Young children use pedagogical cues to modulate the strength
of normative inferences
Lucas P Butler, Marco F. H. Schmidt, Jessica Burgel, Michael
Tomasello

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Bending the rules: Children’s interpretation of rules depends on
the context in which rules were learned
Anne Riggs, Andrew Gilbert Young

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Children’s distributive behavior when compliance conflicts with
recipients’ preferences or group membership
Avi Benozio, Gil Diesendruck

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(Event 2-170) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Individual and Familial Protections against Sensation Seeking
Risk for Adolescent Alcohol Use
Michaeline Jensen, Laurie Chassin, Nancy A Gonzales

2-170. Developmental Considerations in the Treatment of
Depression in Children and Adolescents
Chair: Judy Garber

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Family Disorganization and Presumed Genetic Risk Predicting
Adolescent Executive Functioning, Delay Discounting, and
Substance Use
Frances L. Wang, Laurie Chassin

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Scientific Reasoning Ability and Learning of Skills Taught in
Cognitive Therapy for Depression in Children
Sarah A. Frankel, Catherine Gallerani Herrington, Judy
Garber

(Event 2-173) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Children’s Metacognitive Development and Learning of Skills
Taught in Cognitive Therapy for Depression
Catherine Gallerani Herrington, Sarah A. Frankel, Judy
Garber

2-173. From Childhood Adversity to Adult Health
Outcomes: Understanding the Biological and Behavioral
Pathways
Chair: Camelia E Hostinar

Developmental Constraints on Cognitive Reappraisal in Youth:
Testing the Impact of Working Memory Activation
Emma L. Peterson, Stephen R Shirk

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Additive Roles of Childhood Adversity and Recent Stressors in
Predicting Inflammation at Midlife: Findings from the MIDUS
Study
Camelia E Hostinar, Gregory Miller

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Perinatal Complications Predict Subjective and Objective Aging
Indicators by Midlife
Idan Shalev, Avshalom Caspi, Terrie E. Moffitt

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Child Maltreatment and Obesity Trajectories into Adult Life
Andrea Danese

2-171. Cross-cultural approaches to the study of prosocial
development
Chair: Bailey House
Discussant: Nancy Eisenberg

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Childhood Poverty and Adult Chronic Stress: A Life Course
Perspective
Gary W Evans

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The Development of Contingent Reciprocity across Societies
Bailey House

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Children’s enforcement and internalization of fairness norms
across cultures
Katherine McAuliffe, Peter R Blake, Tara C Callaghan, John
Corbit, Aleah Bowie, Lauren Kleutsch, Karen Kramer, Ann
Finkel, Felix Warneken

(Event 2-174) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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A Randomized Clinical Trial of Contextual Emotion Regulation
Therapy for Depressed Children
Maria Kovacs

(Event 2-171) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-174. Applying Developmental Science to Assess Language
in Diverse Preschoolers
Chair: Amy Pace
Discussant: Philip S Dale

Instrumental and Altruistic Helping Across Three Cultural
Contexts
Tara C Callaghan, John Corbit

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With the Touch of a Screen: Introducing an Innovative
Preschool Language Assessment Tool
Roberta M Golinkoff, Mary S. Wilson, Katherine E Ridge,
Giovanna Morini, Kristina Strother-Garcia, Natalie Brezack

(Event 2-172) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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More than a Word Gap: Socioeconomic Differences in
Language Processes
Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Amy Pace, Paula Yust, Dani Levine

2-172. Investigating Contextual Influences on Multiple
Facets of Behavioral Disinhibition
Chair: Laurie Chassin
Discussant: Brady Reynolds

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Using a Computerized Assessment to Capture Linguistic
Knowledge in Spanish-English Bilingual Preschoolers
Jill G de Villiers, Aquiles Iglesias, Andrea Takahesu Tabori

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The Role of Parent-Adolescent Relationships in Trajectories of
ADHD Symptoms and Anger from Childhood to Young
Adulthood
Christine A. P. Walther, Brooke S.G. Molina, William E Pelham

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Cognitive Prediction of Reading, Math, and Attention: Shared
and Unique Influences
Robin L. Peterson, Richard Boada, Bruce Franklin Pennington,
Erik Willcutt, Richard K Olson

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Sluggish Cognitive Tempo, Inattention, and Academic Fluency
Lisa Jacobson, Taylor A. Koriakin, E. Mark Mahone

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Extending the cross-disorder relevance of cognition to
dimensional neuropsychiatric traits in youth
Lauren McGrath, Ellen B Braaten, Nathan D Doty, Brian L
Willoughby, H Kent Wilson, Ellen H O''Donnell, Mary K
Colvin, Hillary L Ditmars, Jessica E Blais, Erin Nicole Hill,
Aaron Metzger, Roy Perlis, Erik Willcutt, Jordan Smoller, Irwin
Waldman, Stephen V Faraone, Larry J Seidman, Alysa E Doyle

(Event 2-175) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-175. Socioeconomic Determinants of Early Child
Development in Three Low-Income Countries
Chairs: Jeffrey Measelle, Jelena Obradovic
Discussant: J. Lawrence Aber
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Integrated nutrition, developmental stimulation and health
messages for 0-2 year old children in Malawi
Melissa Gladstone, Kenneth Maleta, John Phuka

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Socioeconomic factors shape young children’s cognitive and
physical development in Laos
Michelle Fong, Jeffrey Measelle, Ounprason Inthachith, Jessica
K Niles, Shira Einstein

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Early cognitive development in a disadvantaged population and
intervention effects: Findings from a rural site in Pakistan
Muneera A Rasheed, Saima Siyal, Uzma Memon, Jelena
Obradovic, Aisha Khizar Yousafzai

(Event 2-178) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-178. Young Children’s Beliefs about and Responses to
Apologies
Chair: Marissa Britt Drell
Discussant: Gail D Heyman

(Event 2-176) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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2-176. “It’s Not So Easy to Forgive”: Predictors and
Outcomes of Forgiveness in Diverse Samples of Children
and Adolescents
Chairs: Holly E Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb

The Effect of Apology on Children’s Attribution of Intent to,
and Trust in an Inaccurate Informant
Samuel Ronfard, Jonathan D. Lane

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Say You’re Sorry: Children Distinguish Between WillinglyGiven and Coerced Expressions of Remorse
Craig E. Smith

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“Sometimes You Hurt My Feelings”: Children’s Emotionality,
Views of Maternal Parenting Style, and Forgiveness
Hideko Hamada Bassett, Susanne Denham, Naomi Watanabe,
Samantha Nicole Plourde

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Making Amends: Children’s Expectations about and Responses
to Apologies and Restitution
Marissa Britt Drell, Vikram K Jaswal

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Relationship Closeness and Conflict Characteristics as
Predictors of Forgiveness in Friendships and Romantic
Relationships
Durell Johnson, Molly A. Wernli

(Event 2-179) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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“I Wasn’t Gonna Turn the Other Cheek”: School Climate,
Victimization, and Judgments of Revenge and Forgiveness in
Colombian Youths
Cecilia Wainryb, Holly E Recchia, Roberto Posada

2-179. New Insights Into Relations Between Conceptual
Development and Executive Function
Chair: Melissa A. Koenig
Discussant: Susan E Carey

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Trust, Forgiveness and Peace among Adolescents in Northern
Ireland: The Role of Social Identity
Laura K. Taylor, Christine Elizabeth Merrilees, Marcie C
Goeke-Morey, Peter Shirlow, Dana Townsend, E. Mark
Cummings

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Exploring the Relationship between Executive Functions and
the Construction of a Vitalist Theory of Biology in Young
Children
Igor Bascandziev, Deborah Zaitchik-Samet, Susan E Carey

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The Relation Between Children’s Understanding of
Inconsistency and Executive Function in Early Childhood
Sabine Doebel, Melissa A. Koenig, Philip David Zelazo

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Contributions of Executive Functions and Parental Input on
Children’s Analogical Reasoning
Rebecca Frausel, Nina Simms, Lindsey Engle Richland

(Event 2-177) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-177. Neuropsychological approaches to comorbidity
among neurodevelopmental disorders
Chair: Lauren McGrath
Discussant: Erik Willcutt

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(Event 2-180) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-183) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-180. Classroom Social Climate in Adolescence: Peers and
Teachers
Chairs: Henrike Boor-Klip, Antonius H. N. Cillessen

2-183. Investigating Memory and Narrative Development
Chair: Tracy Riggins

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Development of Subjective Recollection: Evidence from EventRelated Potential Studies of Memory Encoding and Retrieval
Leslie Rollins, Tracy Riggins

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Examining episodic memory development: Time, space, and
everything in between
Thanujeni Pathman, Christine A Coughlin, Simona Ghetti

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Narrative Skill and Memory Accuracy in Low-SES Children
Yoojin Chae, Sarah Kulkofsky, Francisco Bernardo Debaran,
Qi Wang, Sybil L. Hart

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The Effects of an Alternative Cross-Examination Procedure on
Children's Reports
Rhiannon Fogliati, Kay Bussey

Effects of Classroom Peer Norms on the Association between
Adolescent Behavior and Status: Comparing Likeability and
Popularity
Henrike Boor-Klip, Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Marloes M. H. G.
Hendrickx, Eliane Segers

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The Teacher as a Social Referent for Adolescents’ Social Status
Marloes M. H. G. Hendrickx, M. Tim Mainhard, Henrike BoorKlip, Mieke Brekelmans

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Improving the School Context of Early Adolescence Through
Teacher Attunement to Victimization: Effects on School
Belonging
Kate Norwalk, Jill Hamm

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Adolescent Concerns about Belongingness with Peers and
Teachers over the Transition to High School
Alexis Williams, Kathryn Wentzel, Robert M. Tomback

(Event 2-184) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-181) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-184. Cognitive and Social Factors that Impact Children's
Future Thinking
Chairs: Cristina Atance, Caitlin E V Mahy

2-181. Empathy, Prosociality and Morality:
Neurobiological and Relational Contributions to
Development
Chairs: Darcia Narvaez, Paul David Hastings

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Access to a Temporally Connected Event Structure Facilitates
Future Event Construction
Janani Prabhakar, Judith A Hudson

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The Effect of Psychological Distance on the Development of
Episodic Foresight in Early Childhood
Caitlin E V Mahy, Cristina Atance, Louis J Moses, Leia Kopp

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Desirability Biases Forecasting for Self more than Others:
Contributions of Age and Inhibitory Control
Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Hannah Jean Kramer, Liat Sayfan

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Learning to Mentally Travel in Time: The Influence of
Narrative Interaction in Cultural Contexts
Qi Wang, Jessie Bee Kim Koh

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Kindness from a Polyvagal Perspective: Parasympathetic
Functioning Predicts Prosociality and Positive Caregiving
Jonas G Miller, Paul David Hastings

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Empathy in School Aged Children: A MEG Study
Maayan Prat, Abraham Goldstein, Ruth Feldman

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The Importance of Early Life Touch for Psychosocial and
Moral Development
Darcia Narvaez, Lijuan Wang, Ying Cheng, Tracy Gleason,
Jennifer Elizabeth Burke Lefever

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Sex differences in emotional reactivity to harm: methodological
and conceptual considerations
Kalina J. Michalska, Jean Decety

(Event 2-185) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-185. Attachment theory and research across the last 30
years: How have we grown and where are we going?
Moderator: Howard Steele
Panelists: L Alan Sroufe, Jude A. Cassidy, Mary Main, Klaus E
Grossmann

(Event 2-182) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-182. The influence of biological, school and neighborhood
contexts on ethnic/racial identity development
Moderator: Tiffany Yip
Panelists: Richard M Lee, Eleanor K Seaton, Deborah RivasDrake

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(Event 2-186) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-188) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-186. Emergence of social categories and biases in infants
and children: The cases of race and language
Chairs: Kang Lee, Paul C Quinn

2-188. Longitudinal Parent-Child Behavioral Transactions:
Moderation by Family, Mother and Child Characteristics
Chair: Melissa A. Barnett
Discussant: Laura Scaramella

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Narrowing in categorical responding to other-race faces by
infants: Evidence for social category formation by 9-month-olds
Paul C Quinn, Kang Lee, Olivier Pascalis, James W Tanaka

Family Conflict Moderates Early Parent-Child Behavioral
Transactions
Katherine Paschall, Jennifer Ann Mortensen, Henry Gonzalez,
Ann M Mastergeorge

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Bidirectional Links Among Parenting and Young Children’s
Externalizing Behaviors: Moderation by Maternal and Child
Characteristics
Melissa A. Barnett, Moira Rose Riley, Brenna Sapotichne,
Laura Scaramella

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The Importance of Early Childhood Temperament and
Parenting: Bi-directional Models of Parenting and Child
Externalizing Behaviors
Nicole Fettig, Grace Z. Howarth, Timothy W Curby, Susanne
Denham, Naomi Watanabe

Infants use cues that are relevant to social categorization to
determine who will share preferences
Zoe Liberman, Amanda Woodward, Katherine D. Kinzler

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Preschoolers’ implicit and explicit racial biases and differential
effects of perceptual training to reduce them
Kang Lee, Miao Qian, Gail D Heyman, Paul C Quinn, Genyue
Fu

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Children’s language-based preferences: The roles of
bilingualism, familiarity, and social status
Douglas A Behrend, Krista Byers-Heinlein, Rache Stevens,
Diane Poulin-Dubois

(Event 2-187) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 2-189) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

2-187. The Shaping of Environmental Social Stressors on
Child and Adolescent Emotion-, Stress- and SelfRegulation
Chairs: Susanne Koot, Pol van Lier

2-189. Measurements and Models of Classroom Quality in
Diverse Sociocultural Contexts.
Chair: Eva E. Chen
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Early Childhood Development and Preschool Quality in
Bogotá, Colombia
Carolina Maldonado-Carreno, Paola Andrea GuerreroRosada, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Laura Betancur

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The Effects of Psychosocial Stress on Neurocognitive and
Neurobiological Development During Adolescence
Adriana Galván

How big is the Local Child Care Market and is it Related to
Equitable Access to High Quality Child Care?
Daniel Cloney, Gordon Cleveland, John Hattie, Collette Patria
Tayler

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Neuroendocrine Reactivity to Stress and Methylation as
Potential Mechanisms to Explain Behavioral Problems Among
Bullied Children
Isabelle Ouellet-Morin, Louise Arseneault

Is preschool attendance important to children’s long-term wellbeing in China?
Xin Gong, Di Xu, Wen-Jui Han

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Policy Implications for Head Start Programs that Enroll
Linguistically Diverse Children
Jennifer Wallace Jacoby, Nonie K Lesaux

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Chronic Peer Rejection and Impact of Cyberball Exclusion on
Children’s Self-Esteem Discrepancies and Emotional Responses
Franca Leeuwis, Hans M Koot, Reinout Wiers, Pol van Lier

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The Effect of Victimization on Decision-making in Adolescents
Susanne Koot, Hans M Koot, Lucres Jansen, Susan J.T. Branje,
Wim Meeus, Pol van Lier

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(Event 2-190) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Friday, 2:25pm-3:40pm
(Event 2-191.5) Reception
Exhibit Hall A – Booth 401 (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 2:25pm-3:40pm

2-190. Adolescent emotion regulation following adversity:
advances in assessment and intervention
Chair: Anne E Shaffer
Discussant: Tuppett M. Yates
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Autonomic Nervous System Reactivity as a Mechanism
Linking Child Trauma to Adolescent Psychopathology
Charlotte Heleniak, Kate McLaughlin, Harriette Riese, Hans
Ormel

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Child maltreatment and deliberate self-harm: Specificity of
emotional abuse and emotion-related competencies
Kristel Thomassin, Anne E Shaffer, Amber R. Madden

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Self-Injury and Associated
Psychopathology in Maltreated Girls: Developmental
Applications
Sarah Fischer, Claire Peterson

2-191.5. Meet the SRCD Editors Reception
Enjoy refreshments at Wiley's Booth 401 in the Exhibit Hall
while meeting the editors of SRCD's publications: Cynthia
Garcia-Coll, Child Development; Patricia Bauer, Monographs;
Robert Kail, Child Development Perspectives.

(Event 2-192) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 2:25pm-3:40pm
2-192. Poster Session 8
Attention, Learning, Memory
1

Linking Self-Control and Attention in Early Childhood to
Achievement and Engagement in Middle Childhood and
Adolescence
Jessica Lauren Degol, Heather J. Bachman

2

Assessing the Relationship between Autonomic Tone and
Executive Function in At-Risk Mothers and Children
Ryan Jeffrey Giuliano, Mora Reinka, Elizabeth A. Skowron

3

The Role of Feedback Cues in Scaffolding Executive Attention
Jennifer Martin McDermott, Chaia Flegenheimer, Kathryn
Anzuoni, Lauren Hartstein

4

The Influence of Childhood Activities on Adult Executive
Function and Thinking Dispositions
Benjamin Katz, Inah Park, Tiffany Jantz, Kimberly Brink, Priti
Shah

5

The Effect of Local Element Density on Processing of Visual
Hierarchical Patterns: An Infant ERP Study
Sara Mosteller, Maggie W Guy, Kate C Dixon, Stephanie Carol
Capps, Kelsey Lynn Frix, John Paul Connell, Greg D. Reynolds

6

Infant Word-Object Learning Through Song vs Speech
Maria Hernandez-Reif, Jessica Granger

7

Exploring the Relationship Between Maternal and Child
Executive Function
Sonja Jasinski, Katie Kao, Ryan M Johnson, Stacey N Doan,
Amanda R Tarullo

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Representational Cues, A-trial Experience, and Receptive
Vocabulary Predicts Performance on an Executive Function Anot-B Task
Stephanie E. Miller, Stuart Marcovitch

9

Executive Function is Related to Helping Behavior in the
Second Year of Life
Stephanie E. Miller, Carey B Dowling, Tonya Marie
Vandenbrink

10

“Did you Just Learn That?” Children’s Recall of Learning After
Naturalistic Learning Events
Rhyannon H Bemis, Michelle D Leichtman, Megan McComas,
Lynly Meunier, Jewellianna Palencia, Danielle Michaels

(Event 2-191) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Friday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
2-191. Child Adjustment in Divorced Families: Can we
support families towards more optimal child adjustment?
Chair: JoAnne Pedro-Carroll
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Parental separation and children’s well-being and life chances
in Europe: An overview
Juho Härkönen

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Supporting divorced families in Ireland
James-Stuart Duffin

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Support and Help for Children of Divorce in the Netherlands
Mariska Klein Velderman, fieke pannebakker, Sijmen A.
Reijneveld

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Improving the well-being of children after divorce with the
KIES-program
Inge Pasteels, Dimitri Mortelmans

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11

Spatial Rule Coordination Errors Interfere with Children’s
Hidden Pathway Maze Learning: A Bivariate Latent Change
Score Model
Jacob Paul, Robert A Reeve

24

Examining “naïve ecology” in Western and Non-Western
populations
Justin Busch, Rachel Watson-Jones, Cristine H. Legare

12

An Electrophysiological Investigation of Relational Memory
Binding Development
Vinaya Rajan, Kimberly Cuevas, Martha Ann Bell

25

Understanding the Mechanism by which Generic Language
Impacts Performance
Marjorie Schaeffer, Daeun Park, Kylie Nolla, Susan Cohen
Levine, Sian Beilock

13

Preschoolers' Recognition and Source Memory for Individuals
Varying in Moral Warmth and Competence
Elizabeth Stephens, Melissa A. Koenig

26

Toddlers Recognize Others’ Ownership Rights
Shaylene E. Nancekivell, Madison Pesowski, Ori Friedman

14

Visual memory for objects in young children is surprisingly
detailed
Sarah Furlong, Katrina Ferrara, Barbara Landau, Soojin Park

27

Concept Formation in Young Children: Categorization of
Complex, Asymmetric and Impossible Figures
Sarah Margaret Shuwairi, Annie Tran, John Belardo, Gregory
Murphy

28

Creativity and Inhibitory Control During Middle Childhood
Candice Mottweiler, Naomi R. Aguiar, Emilee Naylor, Jacob
Levernier, Marjorie Taylor

29

Imagination and Well-Being in Blind, Deaf, and Typically
Developing School Children.
Maureen Claire Smith

30

The Effects of Cortisol On Creativity
Candice Mottweiler, Philip Andrew Fisher, Marjorie Taylor

31

Infants’ Behavioral Sensitivity in the Context of Marital
Conflict: The Role of Physiological Sensitivity to Stress
Micah Ashley Mammen, Eran Auday, Alex Busuito, Kelsey
Quigley, Rachel L. Hutt, Ginger Moore

Learning from others: Adult and child strategies in assessing
conflicting ratings
Jane Hu, Falk Lieder, Thomas L. Griffiths, Fei Xu

32

Early Cortisol Dysregulation Predicts Attention and Behavior
Regulation in Kindergarten Among Internationally Adopted
Youth
Clio Pitula, Shanna Mliner, Kalsea J Koss, Megan R Gunnar

Do you know which way is north? Children’s Cardinal
Direction Knowledge
Edward Charles Merrill, Yingying YANG, Zach Himmelberger,
Trent Robinson, Clarissa Reid

33

Where less becomes more? Cultural differences in the
development of a preference for scarce items
Matar Ferera, Avi Benozio, Wen-Chi Chiang, Gil Diesendruck

34

Re-examining the Language Account of Cross-National
Differences in Number Representations
Marina Vasilyeva, Elida V Laski, Anna Ermakova

35

Information Processing Patterns During Approximate Number
Comparisons in Preschoolers and Adults: An Eye-tracking
Study
Emily Braham, Klaus Libertus, Melissa E Libertus

36

Small/Large Discrimination Learning in Toddlers
Tasha Irene Posid, Haley Boyce, Sara Cordes

37

Negative Number Magnitude Knowledge Predicts Gains in
Algebra Knowledge
Laura K Young, Julie L Booth

38

The Relation between Symbolic Number Processing and Math
Achievement: Opening the Black Box
Delphine Sasanguie, Bert De Smedt, Bert Reynvoet

40

Effects of Computerized Spatial Training on Children’s Spatial
and Mathematical Thinking: A Randomized, Controlled Study
Zachary Hawes, Joan Moss, Beverly Caswell, Sarah Naqvi,
Daniel Poliszczuk

41

Space and Mathematics: Spatial Scaling is Related to
Understanding of Relational Quantities and Whole Numbers
Wenke Möhring, Nora S Newcombe, Andrea Frick

Biological Processes
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Electrodermal and Vagal Regulation in Infancy: Relations with
Age and Breastfeeding
Alex Busuito, Kelsey Quigley, Micah Ashley Mammen, Eran
Auday, Rachel L. Hutt, Ginger Moore
The Role of Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia in the Association
Between Internalizing Difficulties and Aggression in
Preadolescence.
Christopher D. Aults, Patrick J Cooper, Rachel Evans Pauletti,
Nancy Aaron Jones, David G. Perry

19

Does Prenatal Maternal Cortisol Influence Infant
Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Regulation?
Amy-Lynn Anderson, Laura Glynn, CURT SANDMAN, Elysia
Poggi Davis

20

Maternal Childhood Emotional Abuse Indirectly Impacts Fetal
Heart Rate Variability via Maternal Sleep Disturbance during
Pregnancy
Michelle Gilchrist, Colleen Doyle, Hanna Catharina
Gustafsson, Sophie Foss, Elizabeth Werner, Catherine Monk

21

Maternal Nutrition, Stress, and Infant Information Processing
for Breastfeeding Mothers
Janna M. Colaizzi, Evan Jordan, Nicki Lynn AubuchonEndsley, Lisa DeStefano, Elisa Duell, Brett McVey, McKenna
Keys, Tay S Kennedy, David G Thomas

22

Meta-analytic review of the association between prenatal
maternal stress and infant birth outcomes
Eve-Line Bussières, Jessica Pearson, George M Tarabulsy,
rejean tessier, Yves Giguère, Jean-Claude Forest

Cognitive Processes
23

Overconfidence about Future Knowledge: Early Arrogance?
Frank C Keil, Kristi Lynn Lockhart, Mariel Kathryn Goddu

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42

The Sound of Space and Number: Are Children’s Spatial,
Numerical, and Musical Skills Related?
Wenke Möhring, Kizzann Ashana Ramsook, Kathryn A HirshPasek, Roberta M Golinkoff, Nora S Newcombe

57

Maternal Diabetes and Autism Development: Prospective
Association and Prenatal Mediators
Jordon Rabey, Xiaozhong Wen, Lina Mu

43

Young children spontaneously use great ape ‘cultural’ tools
Eva Reindl, Sarah Beck, Ian Antony Apperly, Claudio Tennie

58

Parent and Self Report Informant Discrepancy of Social Skills
Importance in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Rebecca J. Weber, James Alexander Rankin, Erin Kang,
Jacquelyn Gates, Patricia Medina, Matthew D Lerner

44

The Relationship between Executive Function, Friendship
Quality and Responses to Friendship Transgressions
Brittany Nielsen, Courtney Welch, Stephanie E. Miller, Rachael
D. Reavis

59

Negative Life Events Predict Performance on an Executive
Function Task for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
Miriam Heyman, Penny HauserCram

45

3-year-olds tackle block assembly: Some behaviors predict
success more than others
Jelani Medford, Brian Nicholas Verdine, Eshan Agarwal,
Conner Black, Dunia Tonob, Roberta M Golinkoff, Kathryn A
Hirsh-Pasek

60

Maternal and Paternal Expressed Warmth and Criticism Toward
Their Children with or without Intellectual Disability
Barbara Caplan, bruce baker

46

Inhibitory Control, School Readiness, and Intelligence in 4year-old Children Vary by Gender
Brian Singh, Amanda J Watson

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Preschoolers’ Self-Regulation: Does Response Option Genesis
Matter?
Christina Squires, Louis Manfra, James A. Larsen

What Happened to Beans? Do Early Low Levels of Guilt and
Empathy Relate to Later Callous-Unemotional Traits in a LowRisk Sample?
Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Jesse Drummond, Whitney Waugh, Celia
A Brownell

62

Deficits in Adaptive Interpersonal Skills Differentiate Toddlers
with ASD from Toddlers with non-ASD Developmental Delays
Celine Saulnier, Cheryl Klaiman, Ami Klin

Attributional Bias, Self-Efficacy, and Regulatory Strategies
About Anger and Sadness in Preadolescence
Laura Di Giunta, Anne-Marie R. Iselin, Nancy Eisenberg,
Concetta Pastorelli, Maria Gerbino, Jennifer E Lansford, Dario
Bacchini, Liliana Maria Uribe Tirado, Eriona Thartori

63

ASD, ID, and ASD/ID: Social Adaptive Comparisons for
African-American and European-American Preschoolers
Lauren Gardner, Colby Butzon, Tera Bradley, Laura E Murphy

Can parents and teachers accurately predict kindergarteners’
social and emotional functioning?
Anne Frank Webb, Kristin A Buss, Elizabeth J Kiel

64

Interactions between Memory and Perception: Evidence from
Typical and Atypical Development
Goffredina Spano, Mary Peterson, Lynn Nadel, Candace
Rhoads, Jamie Ogline Edgin

The Effects of Extended-release Methylphenidate on Working
Memory in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder
Anthony Ward, Erica D. Musser

65

Early and middle childhood adversity factors: Predictors for
15yo’s internalizing and externalizing problems
Annie Desmarais, Joanie Vermeersch, Amélie Langlois
Beliveau, Julie C. Laurin, Michel Boivin, Sylvana M Côté

66

Gender Moderates the Association Between Children's Selfblame for Their Mother's Sadness and Children's Withdrawal
and Aggression
Meghan Rose Donohue, Mariana Gutierrez, Bianca Arnold,
Erin Christine Tully

Developmental Psychopathology

Developmental Disabilities
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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Triple P Online for Parents
of Hyperactive/Inattentive Preschool Children
Nike Franke, Louise June Keown, Matthew Sanders

52

Gray Matter Abnormalities and Working Memory Correlates in
Children with ADHD and Developmental Reading Disorder
Alicia Olechowski, Audreyana Jagger, Michelle Kibby

53

Support for a Similar Etiology of ADHD and Reading
Disability
Audreyana Jagger, Alicia Olechowski, Jordan Larson, Michelle
Kibby

67

The Contribution of Parental Warmth and Conflict to the
Emergence of Precursors of ADHD Symptoms in Early
Childhood.
Mirjam Meeuwsen, Dale F Hay, Stephanie van Goozen

A General Factor for Psychopathology: Genetic Transmission
and Moderation by Parenting
Charles R Beekman, Jenae M Neiderhiser, Jody Ganiban,
Daniel S. Shaw, David Reiss, Leslie Leve

68

The Role of Stress-reactivity in the Persistence of Adolescent
Social Anxiety Symptoms Over Time
Stefanie Nelemans, William W. Hale III, Quinten A.W.
Raaijmakers, Susan J.T. Branje, Pol van Lier, Hans M Koot,
Wim Meeus

69

Fathers’ social anxiety disorder predicts less challenging
parenting behavior in toddlerhood
Mirjana Majdandzic, Wieke de Vente, Susan M. Bögels

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Electrophysiological markers of atypical auditory temporal
processing in autism spectrum disorder.
Jennifer Foss-Feig, wendy stone, Mark T Wallace, James
Charles McPartland, alexandra key
Second Language Exposure in Children with ASD Associated
with Parent Ratings of Functional Communication and
Executive Function
Gillian O'Toole, Sarah Hutchison, Grace Iarocci

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Developmental Differences in Eye Gaze during the Social
Evaluation of Others: Implications for Social Anxiety Disorder
Laurie Russell, Eric Nelson, Daniel S Pine, Johanna M Jarcho

85

Unique Contributions of the Quality of the Relationship With
Each Parent to the Prediction of Academic Skills Upon School
Entry
Sarah Hertz, Marie-Soleil Sirois, Annie Bernier

71

Influence of a Mental Health Introduction on Motivation for and
Experience of Video Gameplay
Marlou Poppelaars, Marloes Kleinjan, Rutger Engels, Chris
Bell, Isabela I Granic

86

Head Start's Intergenerational Potential: Do Program Impacts
Vary by Mother's Participation?
Elise Chor

72

Parents’ and Children’s Attributions as Predictors of Children’s
Physiological Response to Failure and Depressive Symptoms
Laura Perrone, Jessica Lauren Borelli, Patricia A Smiley,
Hannah Faith Rasmussen

87

A multi-faceted approach to understanding the relations
between homework and math achievement
Celeste M. Mendoza, Rebecca Fritz, Sandra Tang, Pamela
Davis-Kean

73

Mothers’ abuse-specific reactions to their childhood
maltreatment are associated with postpartum adjustment
Maria Khan, Merdijana Kovacevic, Nicole Fava, Erin Paige
Mason, Rena Menke, Valerie A Simon, Maria Muzik

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Maternal Intrusiveness and Infant Negative Affect:
Transactional Relations and Effects on Toddler Internalizing
Problems
Ida Anna Christina Johansdotter Rystad, Emily Ross, Betty Lin,
Keith A Crnic, Linda J. Luecken, Nancy A Gonzales

Family and School Influences on Low-Income Children’s
Behavioral and Academic Competencies in the Elementary
School Years
Pamela Watkins Garner, Elizabeth Levine Brown, Duhita
Mahatmya, Colleen Vesely

89

A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Educational Messaging
in Four Chinese American Families
Janine Bempechat, Amy Cheung, Jin Li, Susan D Holloway

90

Turkish Early Elementary Children’s Social Competence and
Anti-social Behavior: Teacher-child Relationship and
Temperament
Ibrahim Hakki Acar, Kathleen Moritz Rudasill, Julia C
Torquati, Traci Kutaka

91

Effects of Positive Illusory Biases in Social and Academic
Domains: Comparisons between First Grade and Third Grade
Children
Travis M Wilson

92

“Book Based Beliefs” to “Experience Based Beliefs”: Chinese
Pre-service and In-service Teacher Beliefs about Child
Misbehaviors
Kristen Archbell, Yan Li, Robert J. Coplan

93

The Multilevel Effects of Parent, Peer, and School
Connectedness on Delinquency in Early, Middle, and Late
Adolescence
Hye-Jung Yun, Seunghoo Lim

94

Are we pushing youth too hard? Promoting academic success
through youth mentoring
Lindsey Weiler, Jen Krafchick, Toni Zimmerman, Shelley
Haddock

95

Language and Literacy Behaviors of ELLs from Low SES:
Language Disorder or Lack of Language Proficiency?
Elena Zaretsky

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Student
Athletes and the Role of Gender Expression
Madelyn Boesen

96

What Really Matters When We Talk About Social-Emotional
Development in Preschool?
Chavaughn Brown, Abby Carlson, Lydia Janeva Carlis

Out-of-school Activity Patterns Across Adolescence and Links
to Well-being
Erin Hiley Sharp, Corinna Jenkins Tucker, Jayson Seaman

97

Problem Solving through Hands-On Engagement and ParentChild Conversations at a Children’s Museum
Erin Anne Jant, Fortunato Medrano, Maria Marcus, Catherine
A Haden, David H Uttal

98

The Role of Gender in Implicit Theories of Intelligence and
Math Performance.
Emily Kathryn Clarke, Janet Shibley Hyde

75

Latino caregiver distress and adolescent wellbeing: Examining
potential interpersonal mediators
Maria I. Iturbide, Marcela Raffaelli, Gustavo Carlo, Lisa J
Crockett

76

Who do adolescents talk to once they are exposed to violence?
Vinetra King, Sylvie Mrug

77

Parenting and Chinese Adolescent Suicidal Ideation and Suicide
Attempts: The Mediating Role of Hopelessness
Xian Li, Dongping Li, haiyan zhang

78

Parental Depression and Adolescents’ Suicidal Thoughts and
Behavior: A test of a Mediation Model
Alisa Hohler, Charlotte Yasinski, Roger Kobak

79

Longitudinal Development of Indiscriminate Friendliness in
Maltreated Children
Hyoun Kim, Brianna Clyde Hailey, Katherine C Pears,
Jacqueline Bruce, Philip Andrew Fisher

80

Associations Between Self-Theory, Coping Style, and
Internalizing and Externalizing Problems
Elyse Rosenberg, Keith Burt, Amy Paysnick

Education, Schooling
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Universal screening in schools: Worth the time and effort
Jorge Vallery Verlenden

84

The Influence of Parent’s Education on the Next Generation of
Low Income Children
Lauren Tighe, Pamela Davis-Kean

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99

Home Numeracy in the Preschool Years: Parents’ Specific
Beliefs and Practices Differentially Relate to Children’s
Outcomes
Amy Rose Napoli, David James Purpura

114 Parents’ Educational Beliefs and Enrichment Practices:
Moderation by Socioeconomic Status?
Leanne Keller, Heather J. Bachman
115 Early Stressful Life Events and Child Behavioral Outcomes in
Fragile Families
Abby Lane, Cynthia A Osborne

100 Is a Male Engineer More Competent than a Female Engineer?
Children’s Beliefs about Males and Females in STEM Fields
Christine Shenouda, Judith H Danovitch

116 The Longitudinal Impact of Work Family Conflict on Parenting
Stress among Single Working Mothers
Woosang Hwang, Kai Sun

101 Rationale and Design of an Interdisciplinary Physical Activity
Program (SKIP!) for Diverse 2-3 Year-Old Children
Aston McCullough, Helena Duch, Carol Ewing Garber

117 Family Dynamics: The influence of family structure on parent
stress, support networks, and family activities
Alexis R LAURICELLA, Fashina Alade, Ellen A Wartella

102 Professor Connectedness, College Connectedness, Intent to
Persist, and Retention: Scale Factorial and Predictive Validity
Evidence
Michael J Karcher, Daniel Sass, Felicia Castro-Villarreal

118 Poverty, Attention Deployment and Delay of Gratification
Angelica Lopez, Stacey N Doan, Kellie Nissen, Gary W Evans

103 The Sustained Impact of an Engaging Diversity Program on
College Seniors’ Color-Blind Racial Attitudes
Josefina Banales, Meghan Burke

Health, Growth, Injury
119 The Associations Between Individual Depressive Symptoms
and Diabetes Self-care in People with Diabetes Mellitus
Given Hapunda

Family Context & Processes
104 Withdrawal and Decreased Engagement in Foster Care Toddlers
Laura Noll, Hyoun Kim, Katherine C Pears, Jacqueline Bruce,
Philip Andrew Fisher, Megan R Gunnar

120 Do eating patterns in school-age children differ on the weekday
versus the weekend?
Debra Hoffmann, Jacob Burmeister, Jenna Marx, Dara Robin
Musher-Eizenman

105 Trends in Housing and Residential Stability/Instability among
Current and Former Foster Youth
Brad Forenza, Cassandra A Simmel, Beth Sapiro

121 Do People With Tattoos Engage in More Risky Body
Modification Practices?
Meghan M Gillen

106 Behavioral Problems, Individual Sensitivity and
Neurophysiological Correlates in Adoption: a Study in an
Intervention Context
LAVINIA BARONE, Francesca Lionetti, Antonio Dellagiulia

122 Maternal and Child Characteristics Predict Controlling Feeding
Practices: The Moderating Role of Maternal Stress
Shelby Sullivan Jones, Jing Yu, Kathy Thi Tuong Vu, Charissa
Siew Lyng Cheah

107 Young Children's Tablet Use and Associations with Maternal
Well-Being
Tiffany A. Pempek, Brandon T. McDaniel

123 Food Insecurity, Goat Meat Consumption and Developmental
Outcomes for Children in Malawi, Africa
Malinda Colwell, Mark Miller, Holly Wright, Kari Bunting,
Kaitlyn Miller

108 Demographic and psychological predictors of the timing of the
birth of a second child
Amy Paine, Dale F Hay

124 A Pilot Evaluation of a Before School Incentive-based Physical
Activity Program at the Integrated Arts Academy in Burlington,
VT
Bernice Garnett, Danielle Vierling, Cara Gleason, Kelly
Becker, Danielle DiCenzo, Louise Mongeon

109 Marital Conflict, Romantic Relationship Competence, and Life
Satisfaction Among Emerging Adults
Yelena Salkowitz, Shaina Ashley Kumar, Jiaqi Zhou, Jenna
Ferri, Melody McCormick, Edward Frank Lomash, Jennifer
Daks, Brittnie L Gilman, Jonathan F Mattanah

125 Do lifestyle behaviors moderate the impact of cumulative risk
on overweight for preschool-aged children?
Katherine E. Speirs, Barbara H Fiese

110 Children’s Patterns of Emotion Regulation during Interparental
Conflicts: Implications for Children’s Adjustment
Grace Mak, Gregory M Fosco, Mengya Xia, John H Grych

126 Development of Social Communication Skills in High-MedicalRisk Infants: Effects of Neonatal Risk and Self-Regulation
Elizabeth M Lennon, Judith M Gardner, Felicia Balsamo,
Emily S Kievel, Michael J. Flory, Soh-Yule Kim, Bernard Z
Karmel

111 Gender and Perceived Marital Conflict: Links With Loneliness
and Satisfaction With Life
Shaina Ashley Kumar, Yelena Salkowitz, Jenna Ferri, Brittnie L
Gilman, Melody McCormick, Jiaqi Zhou, Edward Frank
Lomash, Jennifer Daks, Jonathan F Mattanah

127 Development of Prefrontal-Dependent Behavior at 9-months
Following Moderate-to-Late Preterm Birth
Amanda S Hodel, Alyssa R Morris, Kate L Senich, Claire
Jokinen, Kathleen M Thomas

112 Physical and Social Environmental Exposure and Subsequent
Risk for Pediatric Asthma Sufferers
Shannon Hitchcock
113 Selective Attention Mitigates Relationship between
Socioeconomic Status and Memory in Infancy
Laura Ackerman, Julie Markant, Dima Amso

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128 Internalizing behaviors at 18 months in children born preterm
associated with quality of developmental care in 22 Italian
NICUs
erica casini, Livio Provenzi, Alberto Del Prete, Rinaldo Zanini,
Renato Borgatti, Rosario Montirosso

144 Processing speed in word learning and vocabulary during the
first year of life
Ervin Ferreira, Elda Alicia Alva, Paloma Suarez
145 The Effects of Infant- and Adult-Directed Speech on Word
Processing by Young Children
Susie Robertson, Deborah von Hapsburg, Jessica Sari Fleming
Hay

Language, Communication
129 Pointing Facilitates Infants’ Word Learning
Zhen Wu, Julie Gros-Louis

146 Vocabulary and development of processing speed in word
learning
Paloma Suarez, Elda Alicia Alva

130 Ten-month-olds' vocal usage and language outcomes
Julie Gros-Louis, Zhen Wu

147 Visual Speech Preference in 6-month-old Infants: A Sex
Difference
Claudia Kubicek, Judit Gervain, Helene Loevenbruck, Olivier
Pascalis, Gudrun Schwarzer

131 Vocal Production & Exploration During Infancy: The Role of
Constrained Motor Production, Cognitive Processing and
Maternal Support
Verónica Bonilla-Pachecl, Thomas G Power, Julie Gros-Louis

148 Development of implicit language attitudes in children
Elizabeth McCullough, Cynthia Clopper, Laura Wagner

132 Mothers versus others: Caregiving experience influences
perception of infant vocalizations
Rachel Ryan Albert, Emily Lindberg, Lillian Molik, Rebecca
Pletka, Haley Roenneburg, Jena VanderLogt

149 Instability of Conspecific Biases During the First Year of Life
Andrea Sorcinelli, Amy Yamashiro, Jennifer Ference, Suzanne
Curtin, Athena Vouloumanos

133 Factors influencing preschoolers’ information seeking behavior
Rebecca Michelle Jacobson, Sofia Jimenez, Maria Osina,
Claire Weaver, Megan M Saylor

Methods, History, Theory
150 Is there a dominant theory of Cognitive Development?
Connie Romig, Bradley J Morris

134 English Lexical Knowledge Development of Young English
Learners in China: Internal and External Predictors
He Sun
135 Infant Word Segmentation: A Bilingual Perspective
Dylan Antovich, Katharine M. Graf Estes

151 Harmonizing Longitudinal Data on Adolescence from the
National Addiction and HIV Data Archive Program for
Secondary Analyses
Amy Pienta

136 The Impact of Integrating Arts Activities with Literacy Lessons
on the Oral Language of K-2 Spanish-English Bilingual
Students
Christa Mulker Greenfader, Liane Brouillette

152 Attrition in developmental psychology: A systematic review of
current reporting practices and methods for handling missing
data
Jody S. Nicholson

137 Semantic and Syntactic Processes During Subject-Verb
Agreement in Children With and Without Reading Problems
Katharine Donnelly Adams, Janet van Hell

Moral Development
153 A Domain-Specific Approach to the Parenting Practices and
Moderators of Youth Civic
Jennifer C. Shubert, Laura Wray-Lake, Wendy M Rote

138 When children fail to use syntax to learn novel prepositions
Dimitrios Skordos, Megan Ann Johanson, Anna Papafragou

154 Pro-environmental Behavior Among Adolescents: Effects of
Self-control and Descriptive Norms
Xinyuan Fu, Xiuying Fang, Yu Kou

139 Parents as Teachers: Reading and Teaching Beliefs and
Practices at Home Predict Children's Language Skill Growth
Chelsea Samples-Steele, Lori E Skibbe, Ryan Bowles, Haley G.
Farkas

155 Young children’s behavioral and emotional responses to
different social norm violations
Susanne Göckeritz, Marco F. H. Schmidt, Michael Tomasello

140 Impact of Dyadic and Triadic Sensitive Parental Behavior on
Vocabulary Comprehension
Barbara Guerrero, Elda Alicia Alva, Jimena Martínez Castillo

156 Preschoolers’ use of abstract concepts to make moral judgments
Sydney Levine, Alan M Leslie

141 More Frequent Play in the Presence of Background Television
Predicts Less Rich Maternal Speech during Play without
Television
Elise Frank Masur, Valerie G Flynn, Janet Olson

157 Do infants map the word “good” to moral qualities?
Luca Surian, Laura Franchin
158 Two kinds of Lie-telling Behaviors in Hong Kong Children:
White-lie and Black-lie
Lamei Wang, Liqi Zhu, Zhenlin Wang

142 Early Word-learning Skills as a Potential Missing Link in
Understanding the 'Vocabulary Gap'
Amy E Booth, Lydia Moore

159 Promoting Prosociality in Toddlers by Training Parents to Use
Emotion and Mental State Talk
Jesse Drummond, Whitney Waugh, Emma Satlof-Bedrick,
Stuart I Hammond, Celia A Brownell

143 Flexibility in infant word mapping: The role of pitch contour
and acoustic salience
Qian Zhao, Jessica Sari Fleming Hay

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160 Predictors of Older Children’s Laboratory Misdeeds and
Subsequent Lie-telling: Problem Behaviors and Socialization
Factors
Talia Carl, Kay Bussey

176 The Link Between Parent-Teen Communication and Young
Adults' Sexual Behavior
S. Michelle Watson, Kristin L Moilanen, Janie M Leary

161 Family Social Support and Reactive Attachment Disorder
Lisa Boyce, Conrad Cannell

177 Executive Function, Academic Skills and Parental Scaffolding
in Low-Income Chinese, Latino and African American
Preschoolers
Julia Lindsey, Diana Leyva, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda,
Carmen Jimenez-Robbins, Hirokazu Yoshikawa

162 Distress without Approach: Analysis of a Subtype of
Disorganized Attachment Behavior
Brent F Finger, Sydney L Hans, Christina Honde

178 Parental autonomy support for academic activities: Voices of
Mexican-American parents
Jenny Yau

163 Multilevel latent class analysis for identifying preschoolers’
internal representation typologies with parenting predictors
Tiffany L. Martoccio, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Angela
Maupin

179 How is home visiting quality associated with parent
involvement? An examination of parent efficacy and
involvement
Rachel Eisenberg, Patricia Manz

165 Attachment and Internalizing and Externalizing Behavior
Problems in Preadolescence: The Role of Effortful Control
Joke Heylen, Guy Bosmans, Michael W Vasey, Adinda
Dujardin, Eva Vandevivere, Caroline Braet, Rudi De Raedt

180 Mother-child agreement on reports of maternal acceptance: A
meta-analysis
Katherine Elizabeth Korelitz, Lydia Apostoluk, Jessica Beyer,
Alexa Curhan, Qiongru Yu, Judy Garber

166 Therapeutic Action in Video Feedback: A Thematic Analysis of
the Group Attachment- Based Intervention
Michael Kinsey, Miriam Steele, Anne Murphy, Howard Steele

181 Predictors of Maternal-Child Synchrony in Early Childhood
Interactions: A Relational Perspective
Rachel C. Katz, Sarah Pila, Mary H. Buckingham, Ann
Easterbrooks

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships

167 Actions speak louder than words: Maternal attachment anxiety
and perception of child anxiety predict observed overcontrol
Madeleine DeMeules, Patricia A Smiley, Jessica Lauren
Borelli, Hannah Faith Rasmussen, David Kyle Bond

182 Meeting Unfamiliar Peers: Exploring how Mothers Influence
Children’s Social Fears and Social Information-Processing
Biases
Chelsey Barrios, Lauren K White, Nathan A Fox

168 Food for thoughts: maternal attachment, feeding interactions
and children’s development of internalizing symptoms.
Serena Messina, Samantha Reisz, Noelia Garza, Nancy Hazen,
Deborah B Jacobvitz

183 Sharing Books Together: Head Start Parents’ Preferred BookReading Styles and Sense of Efficacy in Helping their Children
Learn
Keely Cline

169 Maternal Nurturance and the Development of Distress and
Demand in Toddlers
Carly Russell, Audra Kriauciunas, Maureen McQuillan, John E
Bates

184 Are mothers who see themselves as growing from negative
experiences warmer parents?
Kristina Oldroyd, Monisha Pasupathi, Cecilia Wainryb

170 Sibling relationship quality as a function of maternal parenting
styles, discipline and stimulation
Aysegul Metindogan Wise

185 Mothers’ Distress in Response to Others’ Distress:
Contributions to Parenting in a Challenging Situation
Niyantri Ravindran, Nancy McElwain, Laurie Kramer

171 Supporting toddlers' autonomy : Socialization practices used by
parents
Eftichia Andreadakis, Mireille Joussemet

186 Maternal Experiences of Parenting Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorders: A Qualitative Analysis
Melissa S Duchene, Brenda Jones Harden

172 Perceptions of Parenting Knowledge and Behaviors: Latino
Parents in Parenting Education Programs
Bethany Harmon, Guadalupe Diaz, Bridget E Hatfield, Denise
Rennekamp, Michaella Sektnan

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
187 Odor Presence Negatively Affects Facial Expression
Recognition in 5 and 9 Year Old Children
Nathalie Goubet, Shelby Leeds, Kira J. Mason

173 The Role of Adolescents’ Relationship Satisfaction with Fathers
on Adolescents’ Suicidal Ideation
Stefan Terleckyj, Hasti Ashtiani Raveau, Fatin Dubayo, Hagan
Risner, Erika London Bocknek

188 Examining the development of somatosensory remapping:
Crossmodal cuing effects
Rhiannon Laura Thomas, Elena Azañón, Andrew J. Bremner

174 Mother-child, Father-child Relationships and Children’s Early
Social Adaptation in China: The Difference between Boys and
Girls
Yanfang Li, Liangyuan Xu, Lijun Liu

189 The Integration of Visual and Haptic Length Information in
Children, Young Adults and Older Adults
Knut Drewing, Jutta Billino, Bianca Jovanovic
190 Components of Drawing Ability: A Cross-Sectional Study
Gwendolyn Rehrig, Carine Abraham, Chandni Patel, Karin
Stromswold

175 The Spillover Hypothesis: The Influence of Familial
Subsystems on the Quality of the Parent-Child Relationship
Ashling Bourke, Kristin Hadfield, Catherine Maunsell

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203 Home Numeracy Environment, Young Children’s Executive
Functioning, and Performance on Number Line Tasks
Lori Loesch, Brionne Neilson, Ann Berghout Austin, Belinda
Blevins-Knabe, Shawnee M Hendershot

Cognitive Processes
191 Feedback both helps and hinders mathematics problem solving
Emily Fyfe, Bethany RittleJohnson

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

204 Teacher Beliefs, Classroom Quality, and Low-income
Preschool Children’s Academic Skills
Hyun-Joo Jeon, Melissa M Burnham, Lydia DeFlorio, Bridget
A. Walsh

192 Anticipatory mouth opening in infancy is a matter of “if” not
“when”
Bjoern A. Kahrs, Wendy P Jung, Brittany DeVries, Madeleine
Schwartz, Jeffrey J Lockman

205 Exploring trajectories of preschool children’s visuomotor
integration development: A latent transition analysis approach.
Alana Rimmel, Kimberly Turner Nesbitt, Dale C Farran

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
193 I Was More Asian Today: Daily Cultural Identity Variability
and Mental Health Among Immigrant and Non-Immigrant
Emerging Adults
Gail M Ferguson, Jacqueline Nguyen, Maria I. Iturbide, Taylor
Lindbom

206 Early Childhood Intervention and Postsecondary Education: A
Preschool-to-Third Grade Perspective
Suh-Ruu Ou, Arthur Reynolds
207 The Role of Language in the Relation between Socio-Dramatic
Play and Self-Regulation for Low-Income Latino Preschoolers
Lauren Scarola, Adina Schick, Gigliana Melzi

194 Managing Classrooms as Culturally Foreign Teachers: Effects
of Classroom Composition on Teacher Quality
Antje von Suchodoletz, Lydia Barza

208 Danish Preschools Support Social Development but Neglect
Emergent Literacy: An Analysis of Process Quality
Justin Markussen-Brown, Dorthe Bleses, Laura M. Justice,
Jessica Ann Rollins Logan

195 Does acculturation help to explain gains in cognitive
development made by ethnic minority children after school
entry?
Rukmen Sehmi

Sex, Gender

196 Latino Youths’ Culturally-Relevant Coping Typologies:
Predicting Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms, and
Academic Motivation
Alyson M Cavanaugh, Andrew Supple, Gabriela Stein

209 Gender-noncomforming Behavior in Early Childhood Predicts
Depressive Symptoms in Late Adolescence
David Bennett, Cris Palackal, Jennifer Birnkrant, Michael
Lewis

197 Investigating the role of subjective social status for the
association between parenting and child outcomes in Shanghai,
China.
Jason Ray David Rarick, Wen-Jui Han

210 Relationships between Sibling Gender Configuration, Parents’
Attitudes, and Children’s Gender Development
Judith E Blakemore, Elizabeth L Phillips
211 Gender Roles and Socialization Practices in Low-Income Latino
Immigrant Families
Christie Leigh Lillard, Jenessa Malin, Natasha Cabrera

198 Experiences of Adolescents Participating in Operation: Military
Kids (OMK)
Quinn Bailey, Sarah Naomi Lang, Sarah Jane SchoppeSullivan, Theresa Ferrari

Social Cognition
212 Infants' attributions about other people's emotional dispositions
Betty Repacholi, Andrew N Meltzoff, Theresa Hennings, Ashley
Ruba

199 War trauma in transition to parenthood: pre-and postnatal
outcomes in a Palestinian community sample
Sanna Isosävi, Samir Qouta, Safwat Diab, Saija Kuittinen,
Raija-Leena Punamäki

213 Psychological Needs Related to Social Status Goals and
Behaviors
Yinyan Hu, Yan Li

200 The Outcome Trajectories of Northern Uganda Children after
being in a Mindfulness Program
Kyle Matsuba, Theresa McElroy, Anne Katahoire, Kimberly A
Schonert-Reichl, James Mugisha

214 Preschoolers’ Selective Attention Towards Distinct Negative
Emotions: An Eye-Tracking Study
sara seyed nozadi, Tracy L Spinrad

School Readiness/Childcare

215 The Assessment of Preschoolers’ Hostile Attribution Bias
Elisabeth Groth, David Schultz, Jennifer A. Betkowski, Holly
VanderWalde, Sean K. Logie, Lisa M. Shanty

201 Investigating the Influence of a Classroom-based Intervention
on the Experiences of Preschoolers with Chronic Problem
Behavior
Feihong Wang, Maureen Conroy, James Algina, Kevin
Sutherland

216 Developmental Neural Sensitivity to Real-time Social
Interactions
Katherine Rice, Kayla Velnoskey, Elizabeth Redcay

202 A Longitudinal Study of Cognitive Development In Childcare:
The Role of Protection Factors at 4-, 5- and 7-Years-Old
Nathalie Bigras, Joanne Lehrer, julie lemire, Lise Lemay,
Roxanne Fournier

217 Mothers' and Preschool Teachers’ Reference to Theory-of-Mind
Aspects in Two Storybook Contexts: Reading and Telling
marie-lyne smadja, Margalit Ziv, Dorit Aram

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218 Physical causal reasoning in Chinese and American 4-and 6year-olds
Adrienne Wente, Sophie Bridgers, Xin Zhao, Jing Li, Xiaole
Liu, Zhumei Lin, Elizabeth Seiver, Liqi Zhu, Alison Gopnik

232 Mobile Devices in Blended Classrooms and Social-Emotional
Outcomes for Adolescents of Color
Brendesha Tynes, Sharla Berry
233 The Implications of Emotional Coaching Intervention on At
Risk Preschoolers
TsuMing Chiang, Amelia Fitch, Kelsey VanBoxel

219 What’s Next?: Young Children Integrate Prior Probability
Information with New Observations to Predict Others’ Actions
Ezgi Kayhan, Lieke Heil, Johan Kwisthout, Iris van Rooij,
Sabine Hunnius, Harold Bekkering

234 Adult recognition of infant behavioral responding to discrete
emotions
Peter Joseph Reschke, Eric A Walle, Linda Camras, Joseph J
Campos

220 Relationship between pupil and neural responses: Pupil dilation
as early marker for infants’ understanding of social interactions
Joshua Juvrud, Marta Bakker, Katharina Kaduk, Gustaf
Gredebäck

235 Patterns in impulsivity and emotion regulation: A comparison
of substance use recovery students
Kelly Romano, Morica Huchitson, Beth S Russell, Anne
Thompson

221 Obligation Norms in Young Children's Notions of Ownership
Pauline C. Summers, Ori Friedman
222 Differences in Theory of Mind: Implications from Epilepsy
Research
Katharine M Bailey, Nancie Im-Bolter, Keely Owens-Jaffray,
Raheleh Saryazdi

236 Emotion Regulation and Behavior Problems in Sexually
Abused Preschoolers: Moderated Mediation Analyses
Rachel Langevin, Martine Hebert, Louise Cossette
237 Adolescent religious motivation predicts internalizing and
externalizing problems via emotional lability and emotion
regulation
Jeanette Walters, Christopher Holmes, Anna K Hochgraf,
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

223 Social input in the preschool classroom. How do teachers talk
about the mind?
Erin Roby, John Patrick Bunce, Rose Scott
224 Detecting Cheaters: The Roll of Attention, Group Membership,
and Theory of Mind in Social-Contract Violation Detection
Patrick D Sellers, Kayla B Causey, David F Bjorklund

238 Positive Family Relationships, Self-Concept, and Life
Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Mediational Analysis
Danielle Delany, Kathleen Preston, Sirena Marie Ibrahim,
Allen W. Gottfried, Adele Eskeles Gottfried, Skye N. Parral,
Pamella Halleen Oliver

225 Lonely Adolescents Exhibit Heightened Sensitivity for Facial
Cues of Emotion
Janne Vanhalst, Brandon E Gibb, Mitchell J Prinstein

239 Teacher-Student Relationships Predict Student Reports of Selfconcept
Karen Forsyth, Essie Sutton, Kimberly A Schonert-Reichl,
Jenna Whitehead

226 The development of social distance effects in an altruistic
giving task
Teresa Harvey, Peter R Blake, Felix Warneken

Social, Emotional, Personality

240 The Relationship between Parent Negative Affectivity and
Child Internalizing Behavior Problems: Child Fearfulness as a
Mediator
Haolei Fang, Jeffrey R. Gagne

227 Individual and Contextual Predictors of Subjective Well-Being
in Fifth Graders
Lisa Anne Newland, Jarod Giger, Michael J Lawler, Soonhee
Roh, Eliann Renee Carr

241 Effortful Control Impacts School Readiness Even When
Controlling for Parental Education
Shelby Finley, Amanda J Watson

228 Attentional Bias due to Temperamental Differences in 12 to 24
Month old Infants
Kayla Melissa Brown, Elizabeth Katherine Allen, Bradley
Charles Taber-Thomas, Elizabeth Allen, Kristin A Buss, Koraly
Elisa Perez-Edgar

Social Relationships
242 The Impact of Weight-Related Victimization on the Relation
Between Children’s Weight and Psychosocial Outcomes
Megan Bookhout, Julie A Hubbard, Marissa A Smith, Lauren
Elizabeth Swift, Stevie N Grassetti

229 Positive and Negative Emotions in School Contexts:
Implications for Academic Competence and Engagement in
Kindergarten
Maciel Mora Hernández, Sarah VanSchyndel, Rebecca H
Berger, Anjolii Diaz, Kassondra M Silva, Nancy Eisenberg,
Carlos Valiente, Tracy L Spinrad

Biological Processes
243 Comparison of Brain Development Trajectory between Chinese
and US Children and Adolescents
Wanze Xie, John E Richards, Du Lei, Kang Lee, Qiyong Gong

230 Let’s Take a Second: Children’s Spontaneous Emotional
Reactions to Moral Transgressions
Sebastian P Dys, Tina Malti

Social Relationships
244 Effects of the cyberbullying prevention program
“Medienhelden” on traditional bullying
Enrique Chaux, Ana Maria Velasquez, Anja SchultzeKrumbholz, Herbert Scheithauer

231 Do Aspects of Parental Emotion Recognition and Parent-Child
Emotional Availability predict Child Emotion Comprehension?
Sarah Bergmann, Verena Wendt, Kai von Klitzing, Annette M
Klein

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245 The Effects of Parental Monitoring and Peer Deviance on
Developmental Changes in Delinquency from Early to Late
Adolescence
Gabriel Merrin, Dorothy Lynn Espelage, Daniel Berry

Language, Communication
260 Socio-economic Status Affects Sentence Repetition, but not
Non-word Repetition, in Chilean Preschoolers
Jaime Balladares, Chloe Marshall, Yvonne Griffiths

246 Responsive Teaching in Aggressive Classrooms: Associations
with Children’s Social Relatedness
Rebecca A Madill, Scott D. Gest
247 The role of children's relational-interdependent self-construals
on the link between relational aggression and depressive
symptoms
Yoshito Kawabata

Friday, 3:15pm-3:45pm
(Event 2-193) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 3:15pm-3:45pm

248 Are Cybervictimization Experiences More Painful for Girls? A
Daily Diary Study Among Latino High School Students
Guadalupe Espinoza

2-193. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Mennella and Fisher
Moderator: John Colombo
Panelists: Julie Mennella, Jennifer O Fisher

249 Adolescent Bullying Victimization: The Influences of BMI,
Body Size Dissatisfaction, and Difference from Friends' Body
Size
Paige Lembeck, Susan M. Swearer, Sara Gonzalez
250 Peer Victimization and Telomere Length: The Long and Short
of It
Maria Elizabeth Guarneri-White, Lauri A JensenCampbell

Friday, 3:50pm-5:10pm

251 A Multitrait Multimethod Investigation of the Construct
Validity of a Measure of Heterosocial Competence
Karim Assous, Hannah A Ford, Ethan Rothstein, Shannon
Brothers, Jennifer Sauve, Natalie M. Holbrook, Chelsea
Mclaughlin, Benton Purnell, Douglas Nangle

(Event 2-194) Business Meeting & Awards Ceremony
Ballroom AB (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Friday, 3:50pm-5:10pm

252 All we do is make up and break up: predictors of on again / off
again relationships
Ari Shortt, Karl Hennig, Jennifer Connolly, Jennine S Rawana

Integrative Statement: The 2015 SRCD Business Meeting is open to
all attendees. President Lynn Liben, 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.

2-194. Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony

253 Longitudinal Associations Between Social Trust and Friendship
Quality in Early to Middle Adolescence.
Marc M. Jambon, Susan M. Seibold-Simpson, Hugh F. Crean,
Richard E. Kreipe
254 Friendship-Contingent Self-Esteem in Middle Childhood:
Gender Differences and Links with Adjustment
Julie Paquette MacEvoy, Laura Guthridge

Friday, 5:20pm-6:35pm

255 Children's Friendship Expectations and Adjustment: The
Mediating Role of Friendship Effort
Julie Paquette MacEvoy, Alison A Papadakis, Shea Fedigan,
Sarah Ash

(Event 2-195) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Friday, 5:20pm-6:35pm
2-195. Poster Session 9 with Reception: Focusing on the
Strategic Plan

256 Bridging the gap between relatedness and physical activity: A
new model for youth participation
Jacqueline Davis, Jennifer Agans, Spyridoula Vazou, Tal Jarus

Diversity Section

257 The relaions of home environment and language development
to peer competence of toddlers
Young Eun Chang, Miyoung Sung

Number Word Mappings in Bilingual Children: Evidence for
Effects of Language Dominance on Estimation
Shirlene Wade, Jessica Sullivan, David A Barner

2

Feasibility of a Culturally Informed Model of Intervention for
Latina Mothers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
(ASD)
Kristina Lopez, Sandy Magaña, Wendy Machalicek

3

Examining Race-based discrimination and school
connectedness among Hispanic adolescents
Alejandra Fernandez, Alexandra Loukas, Milena Batanova,
Natalie Golaszewski, Keryn Pasch

258 Social Competence and Executive Functions in Preschool
Children
Lisa Krzysik, Ting Lu, Mona M El-Sheikh, Brian E Vaughn

1

259 Academic Task Avoidance and Achievement as Predictors of
Peer Status During the Early Primary School Years
Ashley D Richmond, Brett Laursen, Shrija Dirghangi, Melissa
Huey, Daniel Joseph Dickson

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4

Violence Exposure and Aggression in African American Youth:
Moderation and Mediation of Family Cohesion and
Posttraumatic Stress
Kyle Deane, Michaela Mozley, Maryse H Richards

18

Positive Reinterpretation, Stress Appraisal and Prosocial
Behavior among Latino Youth from the United States
Luis Diego Conejo-Bolanos, Alexandra Nicole Davis, Sarah L
Pierotti, Gustavo Carlo, Lisa J Crockett

5

Depressive Symptoms, Traumatic Stress, and Protective Factors
Among Children of Iraqi Refugees
Caitlin McLear, Christopher Joseph Trentacosta, Mark A.
Lumley, Maisa Ziadni, Cynthia Arfken

19

The Emergence of Social-Emotional Competencies and
Problems in Relation to Infant Temperament and Parenting
Lucia Ciciolla, Keith A Crnic, Linda J. Luecken, Nancy A
Gonzales

6

I am a Soccer Player and I Belong: The Benefits of
Identification with School-based Extracurricular Activities
Casey Knifsend, Jaana Juvonen

20

7

East Asian American Adolescents’ Perceptions of Parental
Expectations and the Impact on Adolescents’ Psychological
Well-Being
Jung Mi Scoulas, Marisha Lynnette Humphries

Child, Maternal, and Demographic Predictors of African
American Preschoolers’ Mastery Behavior during Dyadic
Problem-Solving Tasks
Marjorie Beeghly, Jessica Irwin, M Susan Delonis, Mahya
Rahimian Mashhadi, Jordan L. Boeve

21

Trajectories of Mothers’ Monitoring Knowledge and
Adolescent Adjustment in African American and Latino Lowincome Families
Tzufen Chang

22

How do mothers with a sexual abuse history manage their
daughter’s sexual development?
Sanne Wortel, Nordia Meggie, Stephanie Milan

23

Contributions of Parental Support, Control, and Familism
Values to Latino Adolescents’ Levels of Aggression and
Depression
Chelsie Denise Temmen, Lisa J Crockett, Rachel Hayes,
Gustavo Carlo

8

Grit and Academic Coping as Mediators of Relations Between
Stress and Academic Outcomes Among Ethnic Minority
Students
Meghan Green, Benjamin Perlow, Colleen O'Neal

9

The Home Literacy and Language Environment of Preschool
Dual Language Learners’
Kandia Lewis, Lia Elaine Sandilos, Carol Scheffner Hammer,
Lisa Maria Lopez

10

Latino Parenting Behaviors and Gender Differences for
Adolescent Science Motivation
Erin Gaskin, Sandra Denise Simpkins

24

An Exploration of Mentoring Relationships Among FirstGeneration College Latino Students
Roxanne Venus Moschetti, Farin Bakhtiari, Dani Yomtov,
Scottie W. Plunkett

Implications of Acculturative Stress and Social Support from
Parents and Peers for Latino Adolescents’ Psychosocial
Adjustment
Lisa J Crockett, Chelsie Denise Temmen, Gustavo Carlo

25

Longitudinal Relationships among Discrimination, Ethnic
Affect, and Depressive Symptoms from Adolescence to
Emerging Adulthood
Yang Hou, Su Yeong Kim, Yijie Wang, Yishan Shen, Diana L
Orozco-Lapray

11

12

School Ethnic Diversity and Students’ Academic Engagement:
The Mediating Effect of Perceived School Racial Climate
Jung Hwa Choi, Kara Kogachi, Jaana Juvonen

13

Ethnic Racial Socialization and Ethnic Identity: How ParentChild Relationship and School Ethnic Diversity Matter
Jung Hwa Choi, Joanna Jandee Kim, bahr weiss, Victoria Ngo,
Lau Anna

26

Middle School Students’ Experiences with Racial/Ethnic
Discrimination as they Navigate the Neighborhood and School
Contexts
Feliz Quinones, Sandra Graham

14

Predictive Utility and Stability of the HOME Inventory in an
Economically Diverse African American Sample During Early
Childhood
Mahya Rahimian Mashhadi, M Susan Delonis, Jessica Irwin,
Jordan L. Boeve, Marjorie Beeghly

27

Influences of Neighborhood Racial and Class Composition on
the Neighborhood Experiences and Future Orientation of Black
Youth
Kamilah Legette, Danielle A Crosby

15

Predicting Positive Behavior in Low-Income Youth: The Role
of Community Context and Parental Efficacy
Rosanne M. Jocson, Vonnie C McLoyd

28

Neighborhood Context and Immigrant Families’ Child Care
Use
Elizabeth A Shuey, Tama Leventhal

16

The Role of Parent Support in Sexual Identity Development,
Self-Esteem, and Internalized Homonegativity in LGB Youth.
Luis Parra, Gala Wilkie, Michael Bebibgui, Paul David
Hastings

29

Mexican-American Youth Perceptions of Community Violence
Using GIS Mapping
Maureen Burns, David Treering, Arie Zakaryan, Kathryn
Bocanegra, Maryse H Richards

17

Stigma and Psychological Outcomes in Perinatally and Sexually
HIV-Infected Adolescents
Nikita Rodrigues, Amanda Woods, Lindsey Cohen, Michelle
Broth

30

Perceived discrimination, ethnic identity development and wellbeing in children: an exploration study
Billie Samantha Schwartz

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31

Watching and listening to Mama: Messages to African
American and Latina daughters navigating school and ethnogendered challenges
Deborah J Johnson, Junghee Yoon, Sherrell Hicklen House

44

Depression disparities between LGBs and heterosexuals from
childhood to early adulthood: Evidence from a Dutch cohort
study
Chaïm la Roi

32

Black History Month and To Kill a Mockingbird: Student
Perceptions of School Racial Socialization Practices
Christy Michelle Byrd

45

Longitudinal outcomes for children, parents, and couples in
adoptive families with lesbian, gay, and heterosexual parents
Rachel H. Farr

33

Discrimination and Health Among Parent-Adolescent Dyads
Virginia W Huynh, Heather McCreath, Andrew J Fuligni

46

34

Longitudinal Associations Among Subtle and Blatant
Discrimination, Ethnicity, and Suicide Ideation in Ethnic
Minority Adolescents
Ijeoma Madubata, Mitchell J Prinstein

Victim Gender and Gender Stereotype Endorsement as
Predictors of Tenth and Twelfth Graders’ Judgments of
Homophobic Harassment
Katherine Romeo, Stacey Horn

47

Word Learning in Yucatec Mayan and US Infants
Ronald Anderson, Laura Shneidman, Amanda Woodward

48

Friendship Ethnic Diversity and Trajectories of Peer Aggression
and Victimization
Wendy L G Hoglund, Naheed E. Hosan, Nabeela Ramji

49

Why Do Children Pick on Gender-Nonconforming Boys? A
Longitudinal Test of Target-Specific Aggression.
Christopher D. Aults, Rachel Evans Pauletti, Patrick J Cooper,
David G. Perry

50

Effect of School Ethnic Composition on Subsequent Peer
Victimization and Self-Blame
Hannah Schacter, Jaana Juvonen

51

Same-ethnic, Interethnic, and Interracial Friendships among
Asian Adolescents
Xiaochen Chen, Sandra Graham

52

The effects of physical abuse, cumulative risk, and hostile
attribution bias on early adolescents' peer relationship closeness
Carmen M. Culotta, Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

53

Reciprocal Associations Among Peer Likeability, Popularity,
and Academic Achievement: The Role of Adolescents’
Ethnicity
Merrick Robinson Osborne, Mitchell J Prinstein

54

Mother or father? Whose influence is more effective on school
aged child’s EC and adjustment?
jaehee Kim

55

If You Can, So Can I: Grit and Self-Worth among Urban Ethnic
Minority Girl Friendship Networks
Zareen Kamal, Kimberly Burdette, Amanda Kathleen Ward,
Amy Bohnert, David Shoham

35

The Mediating Role of Anger Regulation in the
Discrimination—Distress Link among Mexican-Origin
Adolescents
Irene J. K. Park, Margarita Alegria, Amarilys Castillo, Jennifer
Elizabeth Burke Lefever, Jaqueline Martinez, Kristina
Martinez, Gilberto Perez, Jr., Rosemary Salinas, Margaret E.
Schmid, Carlos Uzcategui, Misel Ramirez Vasoli

36

The Temporal Stability and Criterion Validity of Children’s
Explicit and Implicit Racial Attitudes
James Rae, Kristina R Olson

37

The Effects of Criminalizing Black Youth: Law Enforcement,
Racial Discrimination, & Depression among African American
Adolescents
Devin English, Sharon Lambert, Nicholas Salvatore Ialongo

38

Examining the Prospective Association between Ethnic
Discrimination and Ethnic-Racial Identity Using a WithinPerson Approach
Chelsea L. Derlan, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Katharine
Zeiders, Kimberly Updegraff, Laudan B Jahromi

39

Role of interracial contact and racial identity on Black and
White children's evaluations interracial inclusion
Shelby Cooley, Melanie A. Killen

40

Contextual Stressors and Protective Factors as Linked to
Depressive Symptoms Among Mexican American Immigrant
Adolescents
Lorey A Wheeler, Prerna Arora

41

Sources of Implicit Intergroup Biases Among AfricanAmericans
Bentley Gibson Wallace, Philippe Rochat, Andrew Scott Baron,
Erin Tone

Interdisciplinary Section

42

Preschoolers’ English and Spanish Literacy-Related Skills,
Their Relationships with Teachers and Peers, and Kindergarten
Readiness
Francisco Palermo, Ariana Mikulski

56

Resting-state brain connectivity in behaviorally inhibited
children at risk for anxiety
Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Santiago Morales, Koraly
Elisa Perez-Edgar

43

Teen Mothers’ Kindergarten Readiness Beliefs and the Home
Context: The Role of Parenting Stress, Risk, and Protective
Factors
Diamond Yvonne Bravo, Laudan B Jahromi, Adriana J.
Umana-Taylor, Kimberly Updegraff

57

Region-specific response to shortened sleep in childhood:
Associations with performance and myelination
Salome Kurth, Douglas C. Dean III, Peter Achermann,
Jonathan O’Muircheartaigh, Reto Huber, Sean C Deoni,
Monique K. LeBourgeois

58

Temperament-linked variation in the association between
functional connectivity and frontal EEG asymmetry in children
Phillip Galinsky, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Nhi Thai,
Koraly Elisa Perez-Edgar

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59

Maternal smoking trajectories during pregnancy and child
cognition at age 5 years
Xiaozhong Wen, Xiuhong Li, Chuanbo Xie

60

Oxytocin Trajectories in Extremely Premature Infants and
Associations with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Environment
Ashley Marie Weber, Tondi M Harrison, Courtney DeVries,
Abigail Shoben, Loraine Sinnott, Mary Cismowski, Deborah
Steward

61

Adult verbal guidance and preschoolers’ exploration in a
museum setting
Tessa J. P. van Schijndel, Rooske K. Franse, Maartje
Raijmakers

74

The Impact of School Design on Synchronizing Autism
Interventions across Home and School
Elizabeth McGhee Hassrick, Kathleen Carley

75

Marital Conflict and Parental Emotion Socialization: Test of the
Spillover, Crossover, and Compensatory Pathways
Young-Eun Lee, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Sook In Cho

76

The Effect of Type, Timing and Frequency of Childhood
Maltreatment On Adult Working Memory
Daniel Busso, Erin Dunn, Gigi Luk

Evidence of Differential Susceptibly: Individual Differences in
Intervention Effectiveness on Sensation Seeking
Amanda Griffin, H Harrington Cleveland, Gabriel L Schlomer,
David John Vandenbergh, Mark Ethan Feinberg, Mark T
Greenberg, Richard Spoth, Cleve Redmond

73

62

Genetic Moderation of Effects of Maternal Sensitivity on Girl’s
Age of Menarche: Replication of Manuck et al. (2011)
Sarah Hartman, Keith F Widaman, Jay Belsky

77

Is the whole really greater than the sum of it’s parts? Validating
family systems theory
Sarah Elizabeth Murphy, Nancy Hazen, Deborah B Jacobvitz

63

Risk-Taking in Adolescence: An Investigation of Diurnal
Cortisol in Relation to Daily and Previous-Year Risky
Behaviors
Lauren A. S. Shapiro, Gayla Margolin, Adela C Timmons, Kelly
Miller, Elizabeth J Susman

78

Influences and Interactions of Parenting Practices and Quality at
Bedtime on Infant Sleep Quality Across the First Six Months
Lauren Philbrook, Ni Jian, Bo-Ram Kim, Brandon T.
McDaniel, Jonathan Michael Reader, Hye Young Rhee,
Douglas M Teti

64

Adolescent Decision Making: Pubertal Status and Age
Differentially Predict Behavior on the Iowa Gambling Task
Grace Icenogle, Laurence Steinberg

79

Human-Animal Interaction and Positive Youth Development:
Pets as a Context for Thriving
Megan Kiely Mueller

65

Precursors of Metacognitive Abilities in Preverbal Infants
Louise Goupil, Sid Kouider

80

Impact of Multiple Resilience Factors on Behavioral Outcomes
among Adolescents involved with CPS
Aura Mishra, Meghan Kathleen Loeser, Sharon L. Christ

66

Effects of Mere Social Presence on Young Children’s Executive
Functioning
Grace Min, Jason Chin, Rachel Bell, Stacey N Doan, Kathleen
H Corriveau

81

Fathers and Mothers Play Unique Roles in the Intergenerational
Continuity of Socioeconomic Status
Alexander Chan, Rebecca J Goodman, Gregory S Pettit,
Jennifer E Lansford, Kenneth A Dodge, John E Bates

67

Neighborhoods, Gender, and Genes: Influences on Early
Juvenile Delinquency
Jennifer L Carrano, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Sara McLanahan,
Daniel Notterman

82

Postivie parental feeding practices and child BMI: the
longitudinal impacts on child weight status
Anneliese Feld, Alyssa Parsons, Kelly K. Bost

68

Previously Underexplored Perinatal Risk Factors for ADHD:
The Roles of Maternal Obesity and Breastfeeding Duration
Erica D. Musser, Diane Stadler, Susan Wright, Brent Olson,
Kathleen Holton, Jackie Shannon, Robert Steiner, Joel Nigg

83

Pre-Pregnancy Exercise and Maternal Neuroendocrine Levels:
Links to Infant Neurobehavioral Outcomes
Maggie O'Reilly Treter, Margaret H Bublitz, Laura R Stroud,
Ernestine Jennings, Amy Lynn Salisbury

69

Life Stress in Adolescence Predicts Reward-Related Functional
Connectivity and Depressive Symptoms in Early Adulthood
Melynda Casement, Daniel S. Shaw, Stephanie L Sitnick,
Samuel Musselman, Erika E Forbes

84

Group Lifestyle Triple P in Central Pennsylvania: Results from
a Randomized Pilot Intervention Trial
Jacinda Li, Janet Welsh, Jennifer DiNallo

85

70

The Development of the Persistent Academic Possible Selves
Scale for Adolescents (PAPSS)
Jieun Lee, Jenefer Husman, Samuel B Green

Negative Emotionality During Childhood and Unhealthy
Behaviors During Mid-Adolescence
Vanessa Volpe, Lilly Shanahan, Ashley Robin Brown, Meghan
Gangel, Jacek Kolacz, Douglas Oberlin, Sean Zmijewski, Susan
Phillips Keane, Susan D Calkins, Laurie Wideman

71

Parent Depressive Symptoms and Children’s Early Literacy:
The Mediating Role of the Home Learning Environment in
Dyadic Data
Laura Christine Froyen, Lori E Skibbe, Ryan Bowles

86

72

The Impact of Different Geographic Aggregations on the
Association between Socioeconomic Status and Healthy Child
Development
Robert Raos, Eric Duku, Magdalena Z Janus

Population risk for impaired early childhood outcomes
attributable to maternal depressive symptomatology among
Mexican women.
Filipa de Castro, Edward Frongillo, Betania Allen-Leigh,
Aremis Villalobos, Jean Marie Place

87

Parental Drinking Problems and Children's Sleep: The
Moderating Roles of Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status
Ryan Jonathan Kelly, Ekjyot Kaur Saini, Mona M El-Sheikh

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88

Children’s temperament predicts pedestrian crashes in virtual
reality environment
Jiabin Shen, Manasvee Godbole, Anna Johnston, David C
Schwebel

101 Gender and Play Context Differences in Preschoolers’ Physical,
Social, and Early Engineering Play
Zachary Gold, James G Elicker, Ji Young Choi, Treshawn
Anderson

89

Fostering Children's Narrative Skills: The Story from the
Intervention Literature
Diane Pesco, Andreanne Gagne

90

Implementation of Social-Emotional Learning Interventions:
Models, Methods, and Recommendations from Program
Evaluation
Tiffany D Berry, Michelle Sloper, Lisa Teachanarong

102 Face-to-face interactions increase social viewing preferences in
infant rhesus macaques
Annika Paukner, Elizabeth A. Simpson, pier francesco ferrari,
Stephen Suomi

91

Dynamic Dyads: Behavioral Maps Reveal the Time-Varying
Nature of Children’s Play
Adriene M. Beltz, Peter Molenaar, Sheri A Berenbaum

104 Thin Slices of Behavior: First Impressions of Unacquainted
Children’s Social Behavior by Children, Teachers, and Adults
Yvonne H. M. van den Berg, Tessa A. M. Lansu

92

Learning to Repair Transgressions: Toddlers’ Imitation of a
Reparative Prosocial Act
Meghan Rose Donohue, Rebecca A Williamson, Erin Christine
Tully

105 Late Adolescent Adverse Social Environments Contribute to
Young Adult Physical Health and Functioning
Elenda T. Hessel, Emily Loeb, Joseph Tan, Megan M. Schad,
Joseph P Allen

93

Epigenetic marks and social experience: Examining the
association between attachment, socio-economic status and
SLC6A4 methylation
Karen M. Jones-Mason, I. Elaine Allen, Steven Hamilton, MD,
Ph.D.

94

Attachment Orientation and Perceived Caregiver
Supportiveness Help Shape Views of Fairness
Sarah Marie Tashjian, Deborah Goldfarb, Gail S. Goodman,
Jodi A Quas

106 The Ins and Outs of Friendships: Linking Early Externalizing
and Internalizing Problems with Later Peer Network
Characteristics
Eszter Szekely, Henning Tiemeier, Marina Verlinden, Shankar
Bhamidi, James Wilson, Irene Pappa, Daniel Weingart, Philip
Shaw

95

Maternal Emotion Socialization and Children’s Empathy: A
Moderated Mediation Model of Gender and Children’s
Disclosure.
LIYUN WU, Xingli Zhang, Jingyu Zhang, Nan Zhou, Jiannong
Shi

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103 The Emergence of Imitation From 9 to 12 Months in Younger
Siblings of Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Alison McIntyre, Ainsley Boudreau, Isabel M Smith

107 Tracing Threads of Social Connections: Comparing Two
Approaches for Examining Classroom Social Networks.
Ha Yeon Kim, Elise Cappella
108 Influence of Cool Peer Status and Social Goals on Engagement
and Aggression during Early Adolescence
Sarah M Kiefer, Joy Huanhuan Wang
109 Is Distraction the Best Medicine? Parent-Child Conversations
and Young Children’s Responses to a Stressor
Shengkai Sun, Andrea Follmer Greenhoot

Parental monitoring profiling: What monitoring strategies
should parents use to protect their adolescents from risk?
Lesley Epperly-Cottrell, Aaron Metzger, Christa L Lilly,
Elizabeth Yale Babskie, Amy Hunter

110 Developmental Differences in the Neural Mechanisms of Facial
Emotion Recognition
Jillian Lee Wiggins, Nancy E. Adleman, Pilyoung Kim, Melissa
A. Brotman, Daniel S Pine, Ellen Leibenluft

Etiological Associations between Parenting and Children’s
Psychopathology: A Role for Evocative Gene-Environment
Correlation?
Josie Ullsperger, Molly Nikolas, Kelly Lynn Klump, S.
Alexandra Burt

98

The Interaction of the 5-HTTLPR Polymorphism and Parenting
Predicting Trajectories of Early Childhood Temperament
Moira Rose Riley, Laura Scaramella, M. Brent Donnellan,
Tricia Neppl, Brenna Sapotichne, Jessica M Grande, Virginia I
Hatch, Alexa E Austin

99

Getting a Hold of Grasping: Sex and Handedness Affect the
Development of Infant Grasping and Holding
Emily Marcinowski, Julie M. Campbell, George F Michel

International Section
111 Visual Attention at 6-Months in Asian Infants: The Influence of
CHRNA4, COMT, and Maternal Sensitivity
Jeffry Quan, Mei-Lyn Ong, Jean-Francois Bureau, Shamini
Sanmugam, Lit Wee Sim, Eric Wong, Johnny Wong, Yap-Seng
Chong, Kenneth Kwek, Peter D. Gluckman, Michael Meaney,
Anqi Qiu, Joanna D. Holbrook, Anne Rifkin-Graboi
112 Effects of Parental Loss in Childhood on Birth Weight in the
Next Generation
Hayley Kamin, Nikki D. Rodney, Connie J. Mulligan, Darlene A
Kertes
113 Timing of Prenatal Maternal Stress and Child Motor
Development: the Queensland Flood Study
Katrina Bredhauer, Suzanne King, Gabrielle Simcock, Vanessa
Cobham

100 “Untouchable”? Examining Social Status, Identity, and Mental
Health among Nepalese Adolescents
Lisa Kiang, Steve Folmar, Guy Palmes, Kristen Gentry, Sapana
Singh

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114 Developmental and Expertise-related Differences in
Conceptions of Illness: Evidence from Indonesia
Florencia K. Anggoro, Benjamin D. Jee, Alison J Franco

128 The Impact of Peer Victimization to Cigarettes and Alcohol
Use: a Moderated Mediation Model
Yanping Jiang

115 Young Children and Great Apes Infer Causal Relations From
Patterns of Variation and Covariation
Christoph Völter, Josep Call

129 International Mathematics Classrooms and Classroom
Observations: How Well Do High-Performing TIMSS
Countries Measure Up?
Kathleen Lynch

116 Distinct pathways of behavioral regulation development in
Taiwan
Shannon B. Wanless, Kevin Kim, Caiyan Zhang, Jessica Lauren
Degol, Jolin Chen, Fu-mei Chen

130 Does Mom’s Schooling Attainment Influence Her Daughter’s
College Aspirations and Self-Efficacy in Qatar?
AliceAnn Crandall, Kathryn M. Yount

117 From patterns, arithmetic, to algebra: the roles of early
competencies in the development of more complex
mathematical skills
Kerry Lee

131 Predicting Children’s Vocabulary Through Teacher’s Readaloud Strategies: The Case of Chilean Preschools
Ligia Gomez Franco, Marina Vasilyeva
132 The Impact of a Pilot Project with Sisimpur (Sesame Street) and
the Bangladesh Ministry of Primary and Mass Education
June Lee

118 Sensitivity to Face Race in Autism Spectrum Disorders:
Children with ASD Scan Own- and Other-Race Faces
Differently
Li Yi, Paul C Quinn, Yuebo Fan, Dan Huang, Cong Feng, Kang
Lee

133 Children’s Perceptions of their Sibling Relationships in the UK
and New Zealand: Comparisons Across Countries and Cultures
Naomi White, Nikhil Darshane, Claire H Hughes

119 Development of a Brief Behavioral Intervention for Parents of
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Tanzania
Ashley Johnson Harrison, Kristin Ann Long, Karyn Blane

134 Economic deprivation, parental feeding practices, and child
eating behaviors predict weight change in Canterbury, New
Zealand
Amy T Galloway, Paul Watson, Suzanne Pitama, Claire Farrow

120 Temperament and Chinese Adolescent Problematic Internet
Use: The Mediating Role of Deviant Peer Affiliation
Xian Li, Joan Newman

135 Vitamin D levels and Influencing Predictors in Refugee
Children in Quebec Canada
Khadijah Taseen, Genevieve Beaulieu

121 Developmental and Interpersonal Factors Related to Depressive
Symptomatology of native and immigrant youth in Spain
Sonsoles Calderon, Mayra Y Bamaca-Colbert, Jochebed
Gethsemane Gayles

136 Parenting Mediates the Relation Between Neighborhood
Quality and Sexual Risk Among Black South African Youth
Nada Mussad Goodrum, Lisa P. Armistead

122 Migration processes, Stressful Life Events and Depression
among Rural-to-urban Chinese Children: The Moderating Role
of Resilience
Xiaoyenan Xu, Ying Xu, Danhua Lin

137 Preliminary validity and reliability evidence for a Spanishlanguage version of an early oral language tool using narrative
retell
Rita Flórez-Romero, Alissa Anne Lange, Nicolás AriasVelandia

123 Enhancing Sensitivity and Positive Regard among Parents of
Children Adopted Internationally: Long-term Effects from a
RCT
Heather Yarger, Elizabeth Meade, Kristin L Bernard, Mary
Dozier

138 Individual Differences in Very Young Children’s Early English
Acquisition in China: Internal and External Factors
He Sun
139 Adaptation of language assessment instruments for 2-year-old
Wolof-learning children living rural African villages
Ann Weber, Virginia A. Marchman, Kyle MacDonald, Ricardo
Hoffmann Bion, Yatma Diop, Ibrahima Giroux, Anne Fernald

124 Comparing Cognitive Development of Children Residing in
Institutions, Group Homes, Care Villages and Foster Care in
Turkey
Suzan CEYLAN, Gizem Ceviker, Zeynep Ertekin, Duygu
Taşfiliz, Sibel Kazak KazakBerument

140 A multilevel latent class analysis of the IEA International Civic
and Citizenship Education data
Holly Lynn Karakos

125 Aggression, Victimization and Depression in Ugandan WarAffected youth
Kathryn Hecht, William Carlson, Anne Biehl, Nicki R Crick

141 A one-year longitudinal study regarding prosocial behavior of
Japanese children from middle childhood to early adolescence
Takuma Nishimura, Tatsuya Murakami, Shigeo Sakurai

126 Does the Type of Parental Involvement That Predicts Success
Vary Across Countries? Findings from PISA 2012
Inah Park, Kevin Miller

142 Longitudinal Relations Among Parenting Daily Hassles, Child
Rearing, and Prosocial Behaviors
Zehra Gulseven, Gustavo Carlo, Asiye Kumru, Cara Streit,
Bilge Yagmurlu, Melike Fatma Sayil

127 Children Learn Number Magnitude From Their own Processing
Activities
Jing Tian, Robert S Siegler

143 Parental emotion regulation mediates the links between
parenting stress and parenting behaviors across two countries
Zhuo Rachel Han, Anne Shaffer

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144 The Role of Perceived Maternal and Paternal Attachment in
Filial Behaviors during Emerging Adulthood in Malaysia and
the U.S.
Hui Jun Lim, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Jo-Pei Tan

157 Preschoolers’ Conformity to Others Varies by Judgment
Domain and Culture
Elizabeth Kim, Chuansheng Chen, Ellen Greenberger, Ching
Wan, Keumjoo Kwak

145 Perceived Mother and Father Acceptance-Rejection Uniquely
Predict Four Aspects of Child Adjustment Across Nine
Countries
Diane Leach Putnick, Marc H Bornstein, Jennifer E Lansford,
Patrick S Malone, Concetta Pastorelli, Ann T. Skinner, Emma
Sorbring, Sombat Tapanya, Liliana Maria Uribe Tirado,
Arnaldo Zelli, Liane Peña Alampay, Suha Al-Hassan, Dario
Bacchini, Anna Silvia Bombi, Lei Chang, Kirby DeaterDeckard, Laura Di Giunta, Kenneth A Dodge, Paul Oburu

158 Introducing “Remote Enculturation”: Learning your Heritage
Culture from Afar
Gail M Ferguson, Catherine Costigan, Christy V Clarke,
Julianna S Ge

146 The Secure Base Phenomenon: Organization of Behavior and
Narratives in Two Cultures
Maria F Tineo, Eunjung Kim, Jill M Trumbell, Sandra Juliana
Plata, German E Posada

160 Intergenerational identity transmission in a context of political
violence
Christine Elizabeth Merrilees, Nicole Macri, Laura K. Taylor,
Marcie C Goeke-Morey, Peter Shirlow, E. Mark Cummings

147 Do Harshness and Consistency/Justness Moderate the Relation
Between Physical Punishment and Negative Child Outcomes?
Liane Peña Alampay, Jennifer E Lansford, Jennifer Godwin,
Kenneth A Dodge, Patrick S Malone, Paul Oburu, Concetta
Pastorelli, Ann T. Skinner, Emma Sorbring, Sombat Tapanya,
Liliana Maria Uribe Tirado, Arnaldo Zelli, Suha Al-Hassan,
Dario Bacchini, Anna Silvia Bombi, Marc H Bornstein, Lei
Chang, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Laura Di Giunta

161 Urban Chinese Mothers’ Beliefs about Boys and Girls under
Rapid Changing Social and Economic Context
Rui Yang, Cong Zhang, Niobe Way, Hirokazu Yoshikawa,
Sumie Okazaki, Xinyin Chen

148 Chinese Children's Interpretations of Parental Psychological
Control Moderate Links between Parenting and Child
Adjustment
Junsheng Liu, Jing Yu, Nan Zhou, Robert J. Coplan, Charissa
Siew Lyng Cheah

163 The Role of Leadership Status in the Development of
Adjustment Problems in Chinese Children
Lingjun Chen, Xinyin Chen, Fan Yang, Li Wang

159 Joint Trajectory Profiles of Aggressive Behavior and Emotional
Distress Among Palestinian Youth
Erika Y Niwa, Paul Boxer, Eric F Dubow, Rowell Huesmann,
Khalil Shikaki, Simha Landau, Shira Dvir Gvirsman

162 Barriers to Parent-child Communication about Sex, Monitoring
and Sexual Behavior among Mexican Adolescents
Richard S Pond, Jr., Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez, Alissa
Dark-Freudeman

164 Co-evolution of Positive and Negative Networks in Preschool
Peer Groups
João Rodrigo Daniel, António J. Santos, Orlando Santos, Carla
Fernandes, Brian E Vaughn

149 Effects of Parental Psychological Control on Child’s School
Life: The Mediating Role of Mobile Phone Dependency
Suhyun Lee, SOONHYUNG YI, Kang Yi Lee, Hye Jun Park,
Yea-Ji Hong, Hye Rhim Cho

165 Peers role in adolescents civic interest and engagement:
Influence or homophily?
Hebbah Elgindy, Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver

150 Similar yet different: Parenting in Chinese mothers in the U.S.,
UK and Taiwan
Ching-Yu Huang, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Nan Zhou

166 The Role of Affect in Children’s Self-Conceptions: Two
Longitudinal Studies of Early Adolescents in the United States
and China
Xin Zhang, Eva Pomerantz

151 Relations among Negative Emotionality, Supportive Parenting,
and Early Development in Korean Children
Kijoo Cha

Policy Section

152 The other-race effect emerges first for female faces in infancy:
A comparison between single-race and multi-race populations.
Diana S Y Tham, J Gavin Bremner

167 Testing the Validity of the Best Beginnings Developmental
Screening System
Kate Shannon, Brenda Hussey-Gardner, David Schultz

154 Ethnicity and Gender Segregation among Young Children in an
Urban Slum Community in Kenya
Hillary N. Fouts, Lauren Bader, Carin L Neitzel, Hayley Moran

168 Communication Outcomes of School-Aged Minimally Verbal
Children with Autism who Received the Achievements
Intervention
Rebecca Landa, Pamela Mathy, Emily Watkins, Elizabeth
Stuart, Cyrus Ebnesajjad

155 Cultural variation in a multi-modal variation of the still-face
paradigm
Emily Elysia Little, Leslie Jeanette Carver

169 Placement transitions in foster care and adjustment outcomes at
emancipation: The mediating effect of educational competence
Sabrina Richardson, Hollie M. Almeria, Tuppett M. Yates

156 Developing a New Scale to Assess Autonomy-Relatedness: The
Related Autonomous Separate Heteronomous (RASH) Scale
Jonathan R H Tudge, Irina Mokrova, Lia Beatriz Freitas, Maria
L Seidl de Moura, Lisa Kiang, ayse payir

170 Long-term Academic Outcomes for Low-income, Ethnically
Diverse Children Retained from Third-grade High-stakes Tests
Tanya Tavassolie, Adam Winsler

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171 Primary Education Classroom Experiences in Latin America:
Focusing on What Matters for Children’s Learning and
Development
Sadie Hasbrouck, Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch, Yyannu Cruz
Aguayo, Marcia Kraft-Sayre, Carolina Melo, Sara Schodt

185 The Legacy of Exposure to Violence in Early Childhood to
Violent Behavior in Adulthood: Variable- and Person-Oriented
Evidence
Angela J Narayan, Madelyn Labella, Michelle M Englund,
Elizabeth A Carlson, Byron Egeland

172 Child-Centered and Direct Instruction Approaches to Preschool
Education: Relations with Head Start Children’s School
Readiness
Priscilla Goble, Laura D Hanish, Carol L Martin, Natalie D.
Eggum-Wilkens, Stacie Foster, Richard A Fabes

186 Maternal education transitions and changes in academic
socialization practices during elementary school
Heather J. Bachman, Leanne Keller, Paul W. Scott
187 The Impact of Demographic and Social Risk on Young
Children's Social and Emotional Competence
Abby C Winer, Ross A Thompson

173 Understanding the Effects of an Early Math Intervention with
Teachers on Child Outcomes
Jie-Qi Chen, Erika Elizabeth Gaylor, Jennifer McCray, Donna
Spiker, Xin Wei

188 Framing Family Poverty in Policy Publications: Strategies from
Experienced Research Disseminators
Olivia M Little

174 Improving teacher practices with children under 5:
Experimental evidence from the Mississippi Buildings Blocks
on teacher coaching
Kathy Thornburg, Jacqueline Scott Hawks, Irma Arteaga

189 How do Income and Socio-Economic Status Matter?
Disentangling Pathways of Effect on Child Well-Being and
Development
Annie McEwen

175 Parent School-based Involvement and Children’s Academic and
Social Development in Elementary Years: A Longitudinal
Study
sira park, Susan D Holloway

190 Basic Needs Disparities in Low-Income Households with
Young Children with and without Special Health Care Needs
Ruth Rose-Jacobs, Maureen Black, Sharon Coleman, Stephanie
Ettinger de Cuba, Patrick H. Casey, John Cook, Diana Cutts,
Deborah A. Frank

176 Vacant Land Use and Child Academic Performance in a
“Shrinking City”
Natalya Zaika, Margaret Caldwell Elliott, Tama Leventhal,
Justin B. Hollander, Erin M. Graves

191 National Standards of Care for Pregnant Incarcerated Women
Nickole Medel, Carson Mullins, Caroline Kelsey, Danielle
Horvath Dallaire, Catherine Forestell

177 Beyond Initial Level, Does Improvement in EF and Visuomotor
Skills Predict Kindergarten Achievement Gains?
Claire E. Cameron, Helyn Kim

192 Socio-emotional stressors and breastfeeding initiation in
incarcerated moms
Caroline Kelsey, Brittany Stroud Ptachick, Kirsten
MacDonnell, Danielle Horvath Dallaire, Catherine Forestell

178 Academic Engagement among Re-engaged Youth: The Role of
Support from Teachers and Parents, and Students’ Academic
Self-efficacy
Jingtong Pan, Alice Donlan, Jonathan F Zaff

193 The Relation Between Maternal Health and Parenting Stress in
Low-Income, Ethnic-Minority Mothers of High-Risk Children
Rhonda BeLue, Linda C Halgunseth, Beatrice Abiero, Phylicia
Bediako

179 Transitional kindergarten in California: Professional
development needs, experiences, and classroom practice
Aleksandra Holod, Karen Manship, Heather Quick, Nicholas
Mills

194 CACFP and childhood obesity: a longitudinal look into the
impact of program participation on child weight status
Anneliese Feld, Barbara H Fiese

180 Protecting Peers: False Confessions among Adolescents and
Adults
Lindsay C Malloy, Pamela Pimentel, Andrea Arndorfer

195 Alcohol mixed with energy drinks: Prevalence, predictors, and
unsafe driving outcomes among a national sample of 12thgraders.
Meghan Elizabeth Martz, Megan E. Patrick, John E
Schulenberg

181 Fired from school: Young adults' health outcomes 12 years
after high school suspension
Janet Rosenbaum

196 Modeling Language Outcomes in At Risk Infants: A
Longitudinal Study at 14, 24, and 36 Months
Anthoula Poulakos, Patricia J. Brooks, Abigail M Jewkes

182 What Teachers Know Matters: An Investigation on Early
Mathematics Teaching and Learning
Yinna Zhang, Jie-Qi Chen, Jennifer McCray

197 Appropriate Assessment Approaches for Dual Language
Learners: Evidence from Head Start and a Universal Preschool
Initiative
Nikki Aikens, Emily M Moiduddin, Jerry West

183 Uninvolved Parents Despite a High Quality Intervention: Who
Are They?
Momoko Hayakawa, Michelle M Englund, Arthur Reynolds
184 Parental Relocation Following Separation as a Risk Factor for
Adolescent Outcomes
Matthew Stevenson, William Fabricius, Karina R. Sokol

198 Characterization of Subnational and Local Governance of Early
Childhood Development Systems in Peru and Colombia
Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Liliana Angelica Ponguta, Ana Maria
Nieto, Jan van Ravens, Pia Rebello Britto

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199 Translating policy into practice: Evaluating the use of a UK
evidence-based clearinghouse
Tanne Spielman, Jack Alan Martin, Kirsten A Asmussen, Leon
Feinstein

214 Predicting Academic Growth in Head Start from Motivational,
Engagement and Social Skills
Benjamin Brumley, John Fantuzzo, Katherine Barghaus

200 Creating a path to quality: A logic model development tool for
Quality Rating and Improvement Systems
Katherine Barghaus, John Fantuzzo, Daniella Hall

215 Population Trends in Preschool Attendance in Australia against
a Backdrop of Universal Preschool Access Reform
Sarah Gray, Meredith O'Connor, Joanne Tarasuik, Elodie
O'Connor, Amanda Kvalsvig, Emily Incledon, Sharon Goldfeld

201 How Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Reduces Maltreatment
Risk for Children: The Role of Maternal Depressive Symptoms
Nicole Dominique Hollis, Katherine Jewsbury Conger, Kevin
John Grimm, Susan Goff Timmer, Amanda E Guyer, Adrienne
Nishina, Anthony J Urquiza

216 More than a Hop, Skip, and a Jump Away: Gender Differences
in the Impact of Playworks on Students’ Physical Activity
during Recess
Martha Bleeker, Nicholas Beyler, Susanne James-Burdumy,
Kelley Borradaile, Jane Fortson

202 Reasons for child protective services involvement, barriers, and
child legal status in an urban parenting education program
Elizabeth Thomason, Sue Ann Savas

217 Discussing Sexuality with Children
Christine Campo, Ronald Moglia
218 The Brutalizing Period: Bully Status Classes in Early
Adolescence and Mid-Adolescence
Nell Ugwumba, Diana Rancourt, Laura M DeRose

203 Protective Factors for Youths’ Involvement in, and Transfer of
Mutual Hostility across Three Contexts: Home, School, and
Free-time
Tatiana Alina Trifan, Hakan Stattin

219 Typologies of Teen Dating Violence
Cristina Reitz-Krueger, N. Dickon Reppucci

204 The Indirect Influence of Maternal Intelligence on Child
Achievement: Mediation by Intrusive Parenting
Tamar Y. Khafi, Tuppett M. Yates

220 How to Stop Victims’ Suffering? Indirect Effects of an AntiBullying Program on Internalizing Symptoms
Benedetta Emanuela Palladino, Annalaura Nocentini, ERSILIA
MENESINI

205 Perceptions of Interpersonal and Group Discrimination:
Implications for Maladjustment among Ethnic Minority Youth
on Probation
Aerika S Brittian, Geri R. Donenberg, Erin Emerson

221 Family support and peer connection: Mechanisms linking child
maltreatment to foster youths’ internalizing & externalizing
symptoms
Sabrina Richardson, Tuppett M. Yates

206 Parental Investments and School Readiness in Immigrant
Families: Changes over Time
Christina Padilla
207 Subsidy Instability and Child Care Continuity: Changes in
Child Care Arrangements After Exiting the Subsidy Program
Olivia Healy, Heather Sandstrom, Julia Henly, Alejandra Ros
Pilarz, Julia Gelatt, Amy Claessens
208 Classroom Quality in Child Care Centers: Understanding the
Role of Teacher Qualifications
Ying-Chun Lin, Katherine Magnuson
209 Do Quality Rating and Improvement System Ratings Work in
Different Settings? Ratings, Quality, and Child Outcomes
Sandra L Soliday Hong, Margaret Burchinal, Terri Sabol
210 Sensitivity of LA Step QRIS Ratings to Alternative Rating
Calculation Approaches
Laura E. Hawkinson, Karen Manship, Eleanor Zucker, Helen
Chavez
211 Growth Trajectories in Early Learning: Evidence from Growth
Curve Modeling with Head Start Children
Ji Young Choi, James G Elicker
212 Longitudinal Lagged Associations between Head Start
Children’s Social-Emotional Skills and Academic Performance
Ji Young Choi, James G Elicker
213 RfGL - A valuable mental Health Service for Preschoolers and
their parents - but is it reaching all those in need?
Jaclyn Levy, Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok, Howard Steele,
Miriam Steele, Ozlem Bekar, Lauren deFressine

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neural correlates of childhood SES studied through behavioral tests,
structural and functional MRI and electrophysiology. I will discuss
what is known of the mechanisms by which SES shapes brain
development, the later reversibility of these effects, and the role of
SES-linked brain and cognitive differences on various life outcomes.
I will conclude by considering whether and how developmental
neuroscience can play a role in child policy.

Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
(Event 3-001) Invited Conversation
Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-001. Advancing Global Developmental Science Through
a Consortium of Scientific Societies (ICDSS)
Moderator: Lonnie R Sherrod
Panelists: Xinyin Chen, Luc G Goossens, Paul E Jose, Daphne
Maurer

(Event 3-003) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Integrative Statement: The International Consortium of
Developmental Science Societies (ICDSS) has nine founding
members with additional societies now being added. The member
societies represent developmental science societies with an
international reach and mutual goals to advance developmental
science globally. During this session, four leaders of these societies
will discuss key issues for their members; the founding informal
leadership group will play facilitative roles with the conversation
hour. Panelist 1: Xinyin Chen; International Society for the Study of
Behavioral Development; Panelist 2: Luc Goosens; European
Adolescent Research Association and European Association for
Developmental Psychology; Panelist 3: Paul Jose; Austral-Pacific
Developmental Science Society; Panelist 4: Daphne Maurer;
International Society for Infant Studies.

3-003. The role of parent gender and sexual orientation for
family formation and child well-being
Chair: Kate Ellis-Davies
Discussant: Michael E Lamb
The Roles of Gender, Personality and Sexual Orientation For
the Aspiration to Parent
Kate Ellis-Davies, Michael E Lamb, Alice Winstanley, Peter
Jason Rentfrow

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Parenting and the Psychological Development of Children born
to Gay Fathers by Assisted Reproduction
Lucy Blake, Susan Golombok

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Parent-Adolescent Relationships in Lesbian Families
Loes van Rijn - van Gelderen, Nanette Gartrell, Kate EllisDavies, Henny Bos

(Event 3-002) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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(Event 3-004) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-002. Childhood Poverty and Brain Development: From
Science to Policy
Chair: Nora S Newcombe
Speaker: Martha J Farah

3-004. Rethinking the recipe for language growth: where
quantity meets quality of input
Chair: Chen Yu
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Temporal Features of Infants’ Real-Time Language
Experiences in the Home Setting
Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Yana Kuchirko, Rufan Luo,
Huining Liu, Kelly Escobar, Jonna Knudsen

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Sensory-motor behaviors during child-parent toy play predict
word learning
Chen Yu, Linda B Smith, Sumarga H Suanda, Seth Foster,
Kaitlin Fondren

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How ‘quality’ features of child-directed speech lead to faster
understanding and facilitate children’s early word learning
Anne Fernald, Adriana Weisleder

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Keeping the conversation going: The importance of fluency and
connectedness for language learning
Jessa Michele Reed, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Lauren B
Adamson, Roberta M Golinkoff, Roger Bakeman, Margaret
Tresch Owen

Biography. Martha Farah was educated at MIT and Harvard and has
taught at Carnegie-Mellon University and the University of
Pennsylvania, where she is currently the Walter H. Annenberg
Professor of Natural Sciences and directs the Center for Neuroscience
& Society. For the last several years Martha has focused her research
in two areas: the ethical, legal and social impact of neuroscience (aka
neuroethics) and the effects of early socioeconomic deprivation on
brain development. She has studied the latter using behavioral,
neuroendocrine and neuroimaging methods. Martha is a Fellow of the
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a former Guggenheim
Fellow and recipient of honors including the National Academy of
Science’s Troland Research Award and the Association for
Psychological Science’s lifetime achievement award.
Abstract: Childhood socioeconomic status (SES) predicts many
important life outcomes, from physical health to academic
achievement. Why is childhood SES so influential? The answer
includes the effects of early life SES on brain development. SES is
associated with differences in daily life stress, environmental
stimulation and parenting practices. On the basis of research with
animals and humans, these differences appear to shift children onto
different developmental trajectories. In this presentation I will review
converging research results from a number of labs indicating the

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The mediational role of interpersonal relationships in the link
between adolescents’ personality pathology and quality of life
Marcel van Aken, Danique van den Hanenberg, Paul T. van der
Heijden, Christel Hessels, Barbara De Clercq

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Personality Elucidates Associations Between Testosterone and
Adolescent Externalizing Behavior
Kathleen Reardon, Jennifer L. Tackett

(Event 3-005) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-005. Parental Mind-Mindedness in Diverse Populations
Chair: Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb
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Longitudinal Stability in Mind-Mindedness and Relations with
Behavioral Difficulties in a Socially Diverse Sample
Elizabeth Meins, Charles Fernyhough

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Cultural Differences in Mentalization: Quality and Types of
Parents’ and Teachers’ Mental State Talk in Chile and the U.S.
Chamarrita Farkas, Claire D Vallotton

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Variations in Mother and Child Use of Mental State Language
and Outcomes in African American, European American and
Latino Youth
Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Neda Senehi, Claire D Vallotton,
Danielle Dalimonte-Merckling, Deborah J Johnson, Renee
Cotroneo, Erika London Bocknek

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(Event 3-008) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-008. How and for Whom Do Teacher-Child Relationships
Matter? Varying Trajectories in Teacher-Child
Relationships and Development
Chair: Erin O'Connor
Profiles of Teacher-Child Conflict in Middle Childhood
Rebecca Ullrich, Erin O'Connor

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Children’s Executive Function as a Predictor of Teacher-Child
Relationships in Primary School
Rachel McKinnon, Clancy Blair

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Teacher-Child Relationship Quality and Academic
Achievement in Elementary School: Does Gender Matter?
Meghan Patricia McCormick, Erin O'Connor

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Variability in Relationships with Early Elementary Teachers:
Longitudinal Effects for Children at Risk
Phyllis Lee, Karen L Bierman

Does Maternal Mind-Mindedness Buffer Pre-Teenage Children
at Risk for Disruptive Behavior?
Claire H Hughes, Sarah Foley

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(Event 3-006) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-006. Comparing Effectiveness of Head Start and Pre-K
Programs
Chair: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Discussant: John M Love
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(Event 3-009) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Can Research Design Explain Variation in Head Start Research
Results? A Meta-analysis of Cognitive and Achievement
Outcomes
Katherine Magnuson, Hilary Shager, Holly S. Schindler, Greg J
Duncan, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Cassandra Hart

3-009. Emerging Social and Situational Constraints of
Children’s Altruistic and Mutualistic Behavior
Chair: Nils Schuhmacher

Comparing Head Start to Other Care Arrangements in Three
Contemporary Datasets
RaeHyuck Lee, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Wen-Jui Han, Jane
Waldfogel, Fuhua Zhai

Situational Constraints for Early Helping in a Cross-Cultural
Study
Marta Giner Torrens, Joscha Kärtner, Nils Schuhmacher

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The Role of Temperament and Social Motivation in Toddler’s
Joint Collaborative Activities with Unfamiliar Peers
Nils Schuhmacher, Joscha Kärtner

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Young Children Show the Bystander Effect in Helping
Situations
Maria Plötner, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter, Michael
Tomasello

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The Development of Fairness in Children with Different
Behavioral Problems
Lisa Schroeder, Sabine Seehagen, Norbert Zmyj, Johannes
Hebebrand

Head Start and State Pre-K: How Comparable Are They with
Respect to Inputs and Outputs?
W. Steven Barnett, Min-Jong Youn, Ellen Frede

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(Event 3-007) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-007. Personality Pathology in Adolescence and Its Links
with Developmental Outcomes
Chair: Theo Klimstra
Discussant: Rebecca L Shiner
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Associations of Dimensions of Identity and Formation With
DSM-5 Personality Pathology Traits in Adolescence
Theo Klimstra, Koen Luyckx

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(Event 3-010) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-012) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-010. Longitudinal Studies of Children born Preterm:
Biology, Parenting, and Child Outcomes
Chairs: Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan, Emily D Gerstein

3-012. African Americans’ Race-Related Experiences
across the Lifespan: Contributions of Gender and Context
Chair: Shauna M Cooper
Discussant: Lionel Howard

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Cognitive Trajectories of Late Preterm Infants: The Role of
Neonatal Risks and Parenting
Prachi E. Shah, Wonjung Oh, Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan

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Behavior Problem Trajectories in Children born Preterm
Emily D Gerstein, Ashley C Woodman, Cynthia F Burnson,
Julie A Poehlmann-Tynan

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Medically-Indicated Late Preterm Birth and Childhood
Attention Problems: The Role of Placental Characteristics
Nicole M. Talge, Claudia Holzman, Bertha L Bullen, Patricia K
Senagore

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Influences of Prematurity on Postpartum Paternal Depression
and Early Cognitive Development
Erika R Cheng, Milton Kotelchuck, Emily D Gerstein, Julie A
Poehlmann-Tynan

Children’s Racial Discrimination Experiences and Parents’
Race Centrality Influence Racial Socialization of Black
Adolescents
Vanessa Volpe, Adam J. Hoffman, Beth E Kurtz-Costes

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Qualitative Investigation of Gender Differences in Parental
Racial Socialization Messages
Justin Williams, Ciara P Smalls

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The Moderating Roles of Gender and SES in the Association
between Racial Discrimination and Psychological Adjustment
Donte Bernard, Enrique W Neblett

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Parenting Self-Efficacy and African American Fathers'
Parenting Practices: The Moderating Role of Adolescent
Gender
Alexandrea Golden, Shauna M Cooper

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In Their Own Words: Engaging Black Boys and Their Lived
Experiences Around Schooling
Adrian Gale, Chauncey Smith, Robert Jagers

(Event 3-011) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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3-011. Peer Adversity and Adolescent Social Motivation:
New Perspectives, Cross-Cultural Evidence
Chair: Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand
Discussant: Mitchell J Prinstein
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(Event 3-013) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Lonely Adolescents’ Interpretation of and Motivation for Social
Events
Janne Vanhalst, Bart Soenens, Koen Luyckx, Stijn Van Petegem

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Perceived Rejection Predicts Changes in Social Goals: Direct
and Interactive Links with Narcissism during Adolescence
Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, Tiina Ojanen

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A Cross-Cultural Examination of Interpretations and Revenge
Goals in Response to Peer Provocation
Kristina L McDonald, Salma Siddiqui, Sidra Afzal, Summira
Aslam, Naeema Sarfraz

3-013. Contingency Detection in Infancy: Developmental
Origins and its Role in Self-Awareness, Action Processing,
and Social Interactions
Chairs: Norbert Zmyj, Maria Laura Filippetti
Body Perception in Newborns: Sensitivity to Temporal and
Spatial Contingencies
Maria Laura Filippetti, Giulia Orioli, Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Mark
H Johnson, Teresa Farroni

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The Role of Visuomotor Contingency in the Development of
Perceptual-Motor Couplings in Infancy
Carina de Klerk, Mark H Johnson, Celia M Heyes, Victoria
Southgate

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Is Contingency Detection in the First Year of Life a Precursor
of Later Self-Recognition?
Sarah Klein-Radukic, Norbert Zmyj

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The Effect of Maternal Contingency in two Modalities on
Infants' Emerging Self Efficacy
Ann E Bigelow, Michelle Power

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(Event 3-014) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-016) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-014. Dynamic Measures of Risk and Child Development:
Exploring Turbulence, Trajectories, and Profiles of Risk.
Chair: Emily Pressler
Discussant: Kathleen M Ziol-Guest

3-016. Teaching Teens Civic Knowledge: What Works and
What Doesn’t
Chair: Anne Alice Josephus van Goethem

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Curricular and Classroom Climate Effects on Adolescents’
Political Knowledge
Katharina Eckstein, Burkhard Gniewosz, Peter Noack

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The Longer-term Effects of School Climate and Extra-curricular
Activities on Adolescents’ Civic Knowledge Development
Anne Alice Josephus van Goethem, Ellen Geboers

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Discussion and Civic Knowledge
Daniel Hart

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Developing the Knowledge and Skills for Community
Participation: An Action-Based Approach to Foster Civic
Development
Parissa Jahromi Ballard, Alison Cohen, Joshua LittenbergTobias

Poverty-Related Risk: Turbulence and Children’s Academic
Success at the Transition to Middle School
Emily Pressler, Allison Hope Friedman-Krauss, Cybele Raver,
Amanda Roy
Exploring Early Exposure to Family, School, and
Neighborhood Poverty and Developmental Trajectories of
Problem Behavior
Dana Charles McCoy, Stephanie M Jones, Cybele Raver,
Jessica D Burdick, Lauren Y Hay
Income Trajectories and Children’s Behavior Problems and
Self-Regulatory Skills
Amanda Roy, Emily Pressler

(Event 3-015) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-017) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-015. Theoretical and Methodological Challenges in Infant
Eye-Tracking
Chairs: Scott P Johnson, Richard N Aslin
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Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Guiding Infant Scene Perception
Tawny Tsang, Frederick Shic, Bryan Nguyen, Rahman
Zolfaghari, Scott P Johnson

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Horizontal Bias in Infant Eye Movements during Scene
Viewing
Daan van Renswoude, Maartje Raijmakers, Ingmar Visser,
Scott P Johnson

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3-017. Trauma exposure and meaning making: Unexpected
mental health implications throughout childhood and
emerging adulthood
Chair: Erin Porter Hambrick
Discussant: Robyn Fivush
Recalling a Devastating Tornado: Child and Mother-Child
Recollections, Meaning Making, and Child Traumatic Stress
Erin Porter Hambrick

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Recollections of tornado-related events: Relation of meaning
making and meaning made to posttraumatic stress symptoms
Eric M Vernberg, John E Lochman, Bridget O'Connor, Nicole
Powell, Lixin Qu

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Blame, Agency, and Meaning in Emerging Adults’ Trauma
Narratives: Links to Mental Health
Andrea Follmer Greenhoot, Hannah Berc, Kate Carter McLean

Modeling Longitudinal Trajectories of Fixation Durations in
Infants
Irati R Saez de Urabain, Antje Nuthmann, Mark H Johnson,
Tim J Smith

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Data quality may affect many key dependent variables in eye
tracker analyses - both in experimental and free-viewing
paradigms
Sam Wass, Linda Forssman, Jukka Leppanen

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Fathers Matter: Paternal Involvement Linked to Maternal Brain
Response to Infant Cry
Heidemarie Laurent, Jennifer C Ablow

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Overlapping and Unique Neural Correlates of Parenting in New
Fathers and Mothers and Related Infant Outcomes
Pilyoung Kim, Paola Rigo, James Leckman, Linda C Mayes,
Pamela M Cole, Ruth Feldman, James E. Swain

(Event 3-018) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-018. The Institute of Education Sciences: Research
Funding Opportunities and the Peer Review Process
Chairs: Caroline M Ebanks, Anne E Ricciuti
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Research Funding Opportunities at the Institute of Education
Sciences – National Center for Education Research
Caroline M Ebanks

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Research Funding Opportunities at the Institute of Education
Sciences – National Center for Special Education Research
Amy L Sussman

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The Scientific Peer Review Process for Institute of Education
Sciences Research Grant Applications
Anne E Ricciuti

(Event 3-020) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-020. Disentangling the Construct of Emotional
Availability – Distinct Maternal Characteristics as
Predictors of EA
Chair: Maria Teresa Licata
Discussant: Zeynep Biringen

Integrative Statement: The overall mission of the Institute of
Education Sciences (IES) is to expand fundamental knowledge and
understanding of education and to provide unbiased, reliable, and
useful information to education leaders and practitioners, researchers,
and the general public. IES promotes research to improve education
outcomes for all students, and particularly for those students whose
prospects have historically been hindered because of their
socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity, gender, disability, limited
English proficiency, and/or residential or school mobility. 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 education programs and
policies; researcher-practitioner partnerships; and research and
development centers. Staff from IES’ National Center for Education
Research and National Center for Special Education Research will
describe mechanisms for grant funding, provide information about
IES’ research topics and five research goals, provide examples of
funded grants relevant to the work of the SRCD audience, and an
overview of application preparation. IES’ Deputy Director for
Science, who leads IES’ Standards and Review Office, will provide
information on scientific peer review of research grant applications.
This will include the stages of application processing and peer review,
how resubmissions are handled, how peer reviewers are recruited for
peer review panels, how reviewers are trained, and what feedback is
provided to applicants. An interactive session is planned, with
attendees encouraged to ask questions and relate experiences
throughout the presentation.

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Emotional Availabiliy and its Connection to Emotion
Recognition and Obesity
Sarah Bergmann, Verena Wendt, Kai von Klitzing, Annette M
Klein

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Correlates of Maternal Emotional Availability: the Role of
Maternal Psychopathology, Attachment, Education, and Theory
of Mind
Maria Teresa Licata, Anna-Lena Zietlow, Birgit Traeuble,
Beate Sodian, Corinna Reck

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Patterns of Emotional Availability in Mother-Infant Dyads:
Associations with Maternal History and Parenting
Characteristics
M. Verónica Veronica Mingo, Ann Easterbrooks

(Event 3-021) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-021. The Interplay between Person and Classroom
Context in Explaining the Perpetuation of Bullying and
Victimization
Chair: Claire F Garandeau
Discussant: Scott D. Gest
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(Event 3-019) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

A Longitudinal Multilevel Study of Individual Characteristics
and Classroom Norms in Explaining Bullying Behaviors
Miranda Sentse, Rene Veenstra, Noona Kiuru, Christina
Salmivalli

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3-019. Comparing Fathers’ and Mothers’ Sensitivity to
Infants: Insights from Neuroimaging
Chair: Pilyoung Kim

Peer Victimization Trajectories Across the School Year: The
Role of Teacher-Child Relationships and Friendships
Marina Serdiouk, Daniel Berry, Scott D. Gest

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Effects of Bullies’ Perceptions of a Teacher Intervention on
Their Intention to Change Their Behavior
Claire F Garandeau, Annina Vartio, Elisa Poskiparta,
Christina Salmivalli

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Biological correlates of individual variation in human paternal
behavior
James K Rilling, Jennifer Mascaro

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Fathers’ perceptions of behavior problems in children with and
without disabilities from childhood to early adolescence
Shana R Cohen, naomi rodas, Leigh Ann ann Tipton, jan
blacher, bruce baker

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Classroom-based Externalizing Behavior Problems among
Children with Developmental Disabilities
Miriam Heyman, Penny Hauser-Cram

(Event 3-022) Paper Session
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-022. Community Stressors and Supports in Latino and
Latin American Contexts
Chair: Rosario Ceballo
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Neighborhood ethnic concentration and parent ethnic
socialization effects on Mexican-origin youths’ ethnic identity
development
Rebecca M. B. White, George P Knight, Michaeline Jensen,
Nancy A Gonzales, Jenn-Yun Tein

(Event 3-025) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Latino teens’ adjustment and social support from family,
friends, and neighborhood
Myriam Villalobos, Anne Martin, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

3-025. When and Why Younger Learners Do Better Than
Older Ones: From Wider Possibilities to Narrower Focus
Chairs: Caren M. Walker, Alison Gopnik

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How do Colombian Children and Adolescents Experience and
Cope With Violence Exposure? A Qualitative, Dimensional
Approach
Traci M Kennedy, Enrique Chaux, Francheska Alers Rojas,
Elizabeth E. Walter, Lizette Esquivel, Oscar O. Chapa

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Infants’ Brains Create ‘Internal Models’ of the Speech They
Hear
Patricia K. Kuhl

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Young But Not Older Infants Remember Impossible Events:
Learning Biases for Intuitive Physics
Su-hua Wang

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When a Little Frontal Cortex Goes a Long Way
Sharon Thompson Schill

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Why Younger Learners Are Better (Or at Least More OpenMinded) Than Older Ones: The Case of Relational Causal
Learning
Alison Gopnik, Caren M. Walker

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Coming out of the Shadows: The role of social support on
campus in constructing an “undocumented” identity
Dalal Katsiaficas, Yuliana Garcia, Carola Suarez-Orozco

(Event 3-023) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-023. Adolescents and Digital Communication:
Developmental Struggles and Challenges, Hopes and
Dreams
Moderator: Marion K. Underwood
Panelists: Emily C. Weinstein, Kaveri Subrahmanyam, B
Bradford Bradford Brown

(Event 3-026) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-024) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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The Road to Introspection: How Toddlers Learn to Reflect on
Their Own Uncertainty
Emily Hembacher, Simona Ghetti

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Parenting Stress and Child Behavior Problems in Families of
Children with Developmental Disabilities:Transactional
Relations
Helena P Mawdsley, Ashley C Woodman, Penny Hauser-Cram

Goal-Understanding in Infancy Predicts Metacognition of own
Ignorance at the Age of Six Years
Beate Sodian, Markus Paulus, Susanne Elisabeth Kristen,
Sunae Kim, Amanda Woodward

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Temperament and children with developmental risk:
Differential mechanisms in the development of dysregulated
behavior
Betty Lin, Keith A Crnic, bruce baker, jan blacher

How Does Social Input Influence False-Belief Reasoning?
Parent Mental-State Language and Toddlers’ False-Belief
Understanding
Erin Roby, Rose Scott

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Metacognition in 3- to 7-Year-Old Children: From Being
Ignorant to Knowing that One is Ignorant
Josef Perner, Daniela Kloo

3-026. Origins of Metacognition: How Young Children
Learn to Reflect on Their Knowledge States
Chair: Emily Hembacher

3-024. Processes Related to Dysregulated Behavior in
Children with Developmental Disabilities
Chair: Penny Hauser-Cram
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Romantic Competence in Emerging Adulthood: Construct
Validity and Links with Relationship Satisfaction
Jonathan F Mattanah, Jennifer Daks, Edward Frank Lomash,
Brittnie L Gilman, Shaina Ashley Kumar, Melody McCormick,
Yelena Salkowitz, Jiaqi Zhou

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Romantic Competence among Female Emerging Adults:
Associations with Relationship Behaviors and Individual
Difference Variables
Joanne Davila, Jessica Latack, Vickie Bhatia, Brian Feinstein

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Adolescent Romanic Relationships: Findings from a 5-year
Evaluation Study
Jennifer Leigh Kerpelman, Joe F Pittman, Francesca AdlerBaeder

(Event 3-027) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-027. Infant Crying: Emotional, Cognitive and Behavioral
Reactions
Chair: Christine Hechler
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Possible Predictors of Negative Reactions to Infant Crying in a
Non-Parent Population Using Innovative Measures
Christine Hechler, Roseriet Beijers, Carolina de Weerth

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Responding to Infant Distress: Putting Parenting under the
Microscope using a Baby Simulator
David J Bridgett, Helena JV Rutherford, Linda C Mayes

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Relationship Between Infant Cry Pitch and Maternal Neural
Response is Moderated by Maternal Anxiety and Cry
Recognition
Eydie Moses-Kolko, Barry M Lester, James E. Swain, Carlos
Zevallos, Mary Phillips, Stephanie Stepp, Alison E Hipwell

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G X E Predictors of Maternal Responses to Infant Crying:
Oxytocin and Dopamine Genes Moderate Effects of Childhood
Experiences
Esther M. Leerkes, Jinni Su, Susan D Calkins, Vincent Henrich

(Event 3-030) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-030. Neural Response to Emotion in Children:
Considering Contextual Factors
Chair: Nim Tottenham
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(Event 3-028) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Infants’ perception of happy and fearful body expressions and
frontal EEG asymmetry
Manuela Missana, Tobias Grossmann

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3-028. Linking Executive Function and Different Types of
Early Adversity: Findings from Longitudinal Studies
Chair: Ayelet Lahat
Discussant: Louis A. Schmidt

Amygdala Response to Neutral Faces: The Importance of
Context
Madeline B. Harms, Angela Tseng, Nathalie Vizueta, Jennifer A
Wenner, Ruskin H. Hunt, Kathleen M Thomas

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Post-Institutionalized Children Show Hyper-reactivity of
Amygdala and Nucleus Accumbens in Response to Social
Stimuli
Kelly Elizabeth Jedd, Ruskin H. Hunt, Megan R Gunnar,
Kathleen M Thomas

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Externalizing Problems Among Individuals Born at Extremely
Low Birth Weight: The Role of Executive Function in
Childhood
Ayelet Lahat, Ryan J. Van Lieshout, Saroj Saigal, Michael H.
Boyle, Louis A. Schmidt

(Event 3-031) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Early Parenting and the Development of Externalizing
Symptoms: Longitudinal Mediation through Children’s
Executive Function
Michael J. Sulik, Clancy Blair, William Roger Mills-Koonce,
Daniel Berry, Mark T Greenberg

3-031. Early explaining and arguing competence
Chairs: Kathleen H Corriveau, Hugo Mercier
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The Unique and Selective Effects of Explanation on Learning in
Early Childhood
Cristine H. Legare

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High quality explanations matter when children are deciding
from whom to learn
Katelyn Kurkul, Kathleen H Corriveau

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Reasoning with peers for joint decisions
Bahar Koymen, Maria Mammen, Lena Rosenbaum, Michael
Tomasello

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How children take arguments into account: the role of culture
and conflicting cues
Hugo Mercier, Thomas Castelain, Stephane Bernard

Early Vulnerability of Executive Functioning After
Microstructural Brain Injury
Miriam Helen Beauchamp, Richard Beare, Cathy Catroppa,
Vicki A Anderson

(Event 3-029) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-029. Conceptualizing and Enhancing Romantic
Relationship Competence in Late Adolescence and
Emerging Adulthood
Chair: Jonathan F Mattanah
Discussant: Francis D Fincham

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(Event 3-032) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-034) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-032. Identification of Targeted Mechanisms in Youth
Psychopathology: Implications for Experimental
Therapeutics
Chair: Lauren Gulley
Discussant: Dana McMakin

3-034. Math games: How simple math interventions
interact with child and adult language to improve
outcomes for young children
Chair: Alissa Anne Lange

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Helping Children Learn More from Number Board Games: Not
All Talk is Equal
Elida V Laski, Melissa Collins

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Using Number Games to Support Mathematical Learning in
Preschool and Home Environments
Alissa Anne Lange, Kimberly Brenneman, Hebbah ElMoslimany

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A Number Sense Intervention for Low-Achieving
Kindergartners with Contrasting Practice Conditions
Nancy C Jordan, Nancy Dyson, Amber Beliakoff, Brenna
Hassinger-Das

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Putting the pieces together: Parent spatial language scaffolding
for boys and girls during puzzle play
Raedy M Ping, Joanna Schiffman, Naveen Khetarpal, Susan
Cohen Levine

Attentional Bias for Emotional Faces, Genetics, and Cognitive
Self-Regulation: Mechanisms of Depression Risk and
Resilience
Lauren Gulley, Jessica Jenness, Hannah Snyder, Robert J
Roberts, Benjamin L Hankin

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Cognitive and Physiological Correlates of Anxiety in Youth
Michelle Rozenman, Alison Vreeland, John Piacentini

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Mediators of Cognitive Reappraisal in Youth with Depression
Emma L. Peterson, Stephen R Shirk

(Event 3-033) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-033. Teachers’ Self-Efficacy and Dealings with Diversity
in the Classroom
Chairs: Helma M.Y. Koomen, Jochem Thijs
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(Event 3-035) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

Transactional Links between Teacher Emotions and Teacher
Perceived Control in Interactions with Disruptive Preschool
Boys
Jantine Liedewij Spilt, Sanne Van Craeyevelt, Caroline
Vancraeyveldt, Karine Verschueren, Hilde Colpin

3-035. Parental Love and Loving Parent-Child
Relationships: Cultural and Ethnic Similarities and
Differences
Chair: Christy M. Buchanan

Teachers’ Self-Efficacy in Relation to Individual Students:
Exploring Differences via Problematic and Prosocial Student
Behaviors
Marjolein Zee, Helma M.Y. Koomen, Francine Jellesma, Peter
de Jong

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Understanding Chinese Immigrant and European American
Mothers’ Expressions of Warmth
Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Jin Li, Nan Zhou, Yoko Yamamoto,
Christy YuetYu Leung

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Multicultural Beliefs of Preschool Teachers in Relation to SelfEfficacy and Educational Approaches in Multicultural Daycare
Axinja Hachfeld, Yvonne Anders, Mathias Tuffentsammer

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Mothers’ Beliefs about Expressing Love to Adolescents:
Cultural Similarities and Differences
Christy M. Buchanan, Terese Glatz, Lisa Kiang

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Effective Teaching in Ethnically Diverse Classrooms:
Explaining Differences in Teachers’ Differential Self-Efficacy
Jolien Geerlings, Jochem Thijs, Maykel Verkuyten

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Relationship Satisfaction and Cultural Value Endorsement in
Latino Adolescent-Mother Dyads
Gabriela Stein, Nadia Huq, Andrew Supple

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Positive Parenting and Child Adjustment in Nine Countries
Ann T. Skinner, Anna Gassman-Pines, Jennifer E Lansford,
Liane Peña Alampay, Suha Al-Hassan, Dario Bacchini, Anna
Silvia Bombi, Marc H Bornstein, Lei Chang, Kirby DeaterDeckard, Laura Di Giunta, Patrick S Malone, Paul Oburu,
Concetta Pastorelli, Emma Sorbring, Sombat Tapanya, Liliana
Maria Uribe Tirado, Arnaldo Zelli

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(Event 3-036) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-039) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-036. Stereotyping and Prejudice Among Youth: Lessons
from Looking Across Domains
Chair: Rebecca Sue Bigler
Discussant: Rebecca Sue Bigler

3-039. Multi-System Physiological Calibration and
Affective Experience in at Risk Youths: Focus on HPAHPG Dual Axes Coupling
Chairs: Georges Han, Andrew Dismukes

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An Experimental Approach to Understanding Middle School
Students' Stereotypes and Bias toward Ethnically Diverse LGB
Peers
Negin Ghavami

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Discussions about Gender Discrimination: Links with Proactive
Coping Responses and Gender Attitudes
Christia Spears Brown, Campbell Leaper

Dual axis coupling of HPA-HPG hormones across multiple
time-scales serve as biomarkers of positive psychosocial
development
Kristine Marceau, Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff, Bonnie KlimesDougan, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, Paul David Hastings

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A Mixed-Methods Study of Learning About Poverty and
Inequality in Primary Grade Classrooms
Rashmita S. Mistry, Lindsey Nenadal, Katherine M Griffin

Adolescents' Typical and Atypical Dual Axes Neuroendocrine
Coupling in Response to Anxiety and Anger Inductions
Georges Han, Jonas G Miller, Pamela M Cole, Carolyn ZahnWaxler, Paul David Hastings

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Dual-axis hormonal covariation in adolescence and the
moderating influence of prior trauma and aversive maternal
parenting
Julian Guy Simmons, Michelle L. Byrne, Orli S. Schwartz,
Sarah Lauren Whittle, Lisa Sheeber, George J Youssef,
Nicholas Allen

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Temporally and Contextually Dependent Coupling of the HPA
and HPG Axes
Andrew Dismukes, Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff

(Event 3-037) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-037. Prenatal cocaine exposure: Does it predict executive
function, substance use, and adjustment in adolescence and
early adulthood?
Chairs: David Bennett, Michael Lewis
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Executive Function in Adolescents with Prenatal Exposure to
Cocaine
Sonia Minnes, Meeyoung Min, Miaoping Wu, Adelaide Lang,
Elizabeth Jane Short, Lynn T Singer

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Adolescent Executive Functioning: Is there an impact of
prenatal exposure to cocaine or to other substances?
Ruth Rose-Jacobs, Kathryn Buchanan-Howland, Leah Forman,
Clara Chen, Howard Cabral, Mark Richardson, Jane
Liebschutz, Deborah A. Frank

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(Event 3-040) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-040. Children’s Assumption of Category Homogeneity:
Development, Consequences, and Potential Causes
Chair: Amanda C Brandone
Discussant: Charles Kalish
Children’s Changing Beliefs about Category Homogeneity
Influence the Development of Category-Based Induction
Amanda C Brandone

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Continuity and Change in the Development of Category-Based
Induction
Marjorie Rhodes

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A Basic Explanatory Heuristic Promotes Stereotype Formation
and Endorsement
Lin Bian, Andrei Cimpian

Does Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Predict Adolescent Substance
Use?
David Bennett, Michael Lewis

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Influence of Childhood Risk and Prenatal Cocaine Exposure on
Young Adult Outcomes among Low SES Urban Youth.
Laura Milani Betancourt, Nancy Brodsky, Joan Giannetta,
Hallum Hurt

(Event 3-038) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

(Event 3-041) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

3-038. The Health and Well-Being of Young Adults:
Highlights from an Institute of Medicine/National
Research Council Report
Moderator: Clare Stroud
Panelists: John E Schulenberg, Velma McBride Murry, Claire
D. Brindis, Mark E. Courtney

3-041. Parenting Guidelines: Do Some Evidenced-Based
Practices Compromise Baby Flourishing? Examining
Research, Policy, and Practice
Moderator: Meredith Small
Panelists: James McKenna, Wendy Middlemiss, Darcia
Narvaez, Joshua Sparrow

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The Legacy for Children Model: An Evidence-based Primary
Prevention Program for Low-income Parents of Infants and
Young Children
Lara R Robinson, Melissa L. Danielson, Jennifer Wyatt
Kaminski, Ruth Perou

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Touchpoints Professional Development Initiative: Impacts on
Provider Skills, Caregiver Parenting Stress, & Parent-Child
Relations
Elisa Vele-Tabaddor, Catherine C. Ayoub

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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Applying and Adapting
Evidence-based Programs in Real-world Settings
Jennifer Hays-Grudo, Ruth Slocum, Amanda Sheffield Sheffield
Morris, Cara D. Bosler

(Event 3-042) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-042. Children and Youth Exposed to War Trauma and
Violence, and Intervention Strategies
Chair: Muthanna Samara
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A Longitudinal Study on Prevalence and Characteristics of
Traumatic Events and PTSD Among Palestinian Children and
Adolescents
Basel El-Khodary, Muthanna Samara

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Coping with War Trauma and Psychological Distress Among
School-Age Palestinian Children
Vivian Khamis

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Attachment style and emotion regulation predicting intervention
effectiveness among war-affected Palestinian children
Samir Qouta, Marwan Abed Allah Diab, Esa Palosaari, Kirsi
Peltonen, Raija-Leena Punamäki

(Event 3-045) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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Rehabilitation for child survivors of torture and war trauma in
Jordan
Ferdinand Garoff

3-045. Cumulative Advantage and Risk as Predictors of
School Readiness and Academic Achievement
Chair: Carlos Valiente
Discussant: Cybele Raver
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Cumulative Family and Child Advantage Predict Outcomes
above the Effects of Income and Cumulative Risk
Liliana J. Lengua

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Longitudinal Prediction of Early Academic Achievement from
Family, Child, and School Assets: A Cumulative Advantage
Perspective
Carlos Valiente, Jodi Swanson, Robert H Bradley

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Understanding the Relation Between Multiple Risks and Early
Self-Regulation
Megan E Pratt, Megan M McClelland, Shannon Tierney
Lipscomb

(Event 3-043) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-043. Parental Socialization of Children’s Positive Affect
Regulation
Chair: Amy L Gentzler
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Parental Beliefs and Socialization of Children’s Pride
Kevin A Leary, Amy G Halberstadt

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Mothers’ Value of Happiness and their Socialization of
Children’s Positive Affect Regulation
Amy L Gentzler, Cara Alexis Palmer, Meagan Ramsey

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Family Savoring of Positive Events is Uniquely Inversely
Related to Depression among Youth Admitted for Inpatient
Psychiatric Care
Aaron M. Luebbe, Laura Stoppelbein, Leilani Greening,
Stephen P. Becker, Paula J Fite

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(Event 3-046) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am
3-046. New Perspectives on Theory of Mind
Chair: Adam S Cohen

Socialization of Positive Emotions in Families with a Child
with Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Julie C Dunsmore, Jordan A Booker, Thomas H Ollendick

Facilitating Japanese children’s theory of mind: A training
study using perspective-taking discourses
Hiromi Tsuji

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Infants’ Theory of Mind rests on a Psychological Principle of
Non-Contradiction
olivier mascaro, Agnes Melinda Melinda Kovacs

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Manipulating Visual Perspective to Test Core Knowledge and
Simulation Accounts of Theory of Mind
Adam S Cohen, Sangin Kim, Melody Maximos

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Theory of Mind in Vanuatu
Henry Dixson, Jason Low

(Event 3-044) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

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3-044. Effective, Relationship-based, Interventions for
Children Birth to Three Years Old
Chairs: Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris, Lara R Robinson
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The Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up: Effectiveness and
Next Steps in Dissemination
Caroline K. Pemberton Roben, Mary Dozier

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(Event 3-047) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 8:00am-9:30am

7

Ambient and focal processing during scene viewing in 6- to 12months old infants
Andrea Helo, Sebastian Pannasch, Pia Rämä, david meary

3-047. Diverse Family Structure and Children's Behaviors:
Moderation and Mediational Processes
Chairs: Elizabeth Karberg, Natasha Cabrera

8

Perceptual Differences in Social and Non-Social Cues in
Infancy
Elizabeth Katherine Allen, Kayla Melissa Brown, Elizabeth
Allen, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Koraly Elisa PerezEdgar

9

A Meta-Analysis of the Dimensional Change Card Sort Task
Oriane Landry, Shems Al-Taie, Ari Franklin

10

The Association Between Parental Pre- and Postnatal Bonding,
Parenting stress, and Child Executive Functioning at 2 Years
Evi de Cock, Jens Henrichs, Janneke Maas, Charlotte
Vreeswijk, Hedwig van Bakel

12

The Socialization of Children’s Deliberate Memory Skills at
Home and in School
Taylor Evan Thomas, Jennifer Lynne Coffman, Kesha Nicole
Hudson, Hillary A. Langley, Peter A Ornstein

13

The Salience and Significance of Memories for Repeated
Childhood Experiences
Tiffany Nicole Grovenstein, Carole L Peterson, Lynne E
BakerWard

14

Influence of Delay on Electrophysiological Correlates of
Memory during Early Childhood
Leslie Rollins, Alison Marie Robey, Tracy Riggins

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Influence of Repartnering and Children's Behaviors on Maternal
Well-Being after Divorce
Michael Roger Langlais, Edward R Anderson, Shannon M.
Greene

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Nonresident Fatherhood and Adolescent Depression and
Delinquency: A Comparison of Siblings Approach
Rebecca M Ryan, Anna Markowitz

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Sociodemographic Risk, Family Adversity, and Children’s
Social-Emotional Adjustment in Families Experiencing
Homelessness
Madelyn Labella, Angela J Narayan, Christopher M.
McCormick, Ann S Masten

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Union Instability and Children’s Behavioral Problems: A
Meditation and Moderation Approach
Elizabeth Karberg, Natasha Cabrera

Saturday, 8:30am-9:45am

Biological Processes

(Event 3-048) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 8:30am-9:45am

15

The Association between Childhood Physiological Regulation
Deficits and Adolescent Cardiovascular Risk Factors
Meghan Gangel, Ashley Robin Brown, Douglas Oberlin, Lilly
Shanahan, Susan D Calkins, Susan Phillips Keane, Laurie
Wideman

16

School-aged Children’s Anxiety Symptoms and
Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System Activation
to Stress
Nicole Welindt, Jessica Lauren Borelli, Hannah Faith
Rasmussen, Patricia A Smiley

17

Reunited and it feels so good: Attachment security moderates
contextual effects on maternal physiology
Helena Rose Karnilowicz, Sara F Waters, Wendy Berry Mendes

18

Pre-mature Infant EEG Alpha and Beta Power Values Correlate
with Attachment Disorganized/Disoriented Pattern
Akira Saito, Hiroshi Tada, Naoki Uga

19

ERP components of judgments of learning in 7-year old
children
Nike Tsalas, Barbara Müller, Hein van Schie, Jorg Meinhardt,
Beate Sodian, Markus Paulus

20

The Effects of the COMT Gene on the Relationships between
Peer Victimization and Various Health Outcomes
Erin Boyd, Allyson Arana, Maria Elizabeth Guarneri-White,
Lauri A JensenCampbell

21

Fetal Programming of Newborn Leukocyte Telomere Length
Stephanie Stout, Judith E. Carroll, Laura Glynn, Deborah A
Wing, Elysia Poggi Davis

3-048. Poster Session 10
Attention, Learning, Memory
1

Effects of Sleep Schedule on Training Executive Function
Skills
Rosanne Chien, Angela D Staples, John E Bates

2

Neural and Behavioral Correlates of Conflict Detection and
Behavioral Monitoring and their Relation to Anxiety
Anastasia Lara McGlade, Lauren K White, Daniel S Pine

3

Frontal-Temporal Coherence and Executive Functions
Contribute to Active and Passive Memory Performance in
Middle Childhood
Tashauna Blankenship, Leslie A. Patton, Alexandra Nancarrow,
Martha Ann Bell

4

Using Neuropsychological Measures for Predicting ADHD in
School-aged Children
Anaïs Fournier, Bruno Gauthier, Veronique Parent

5

Examining the relation between word learning and visual
attention in 12-month-old infants
Heidi Baumgartner, Lisa M Oakes

6

Effects of Stimulus Symmetry and Individual Differences on
Hierarchical Visual Processing in Six-Month-Old Infants
Maggie W Guy, Kate C Dixon, Sara Mosteller, Alexis Danielle
Leeper, Courtney Leigh Ciesielski, Greg D. Reynolds

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39

Helping versus Being a Helper: Linguistic Cues and Social
Behavior when Encountering Setbacks
Emily Foster Hanson, Marjorie Rhodes, Andrei Cimpian

How worked examples help middle school student learn
geometry?
Julie L Booth, Waldemar Stepnowski

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23

The Role of Spatial Consistency in Category Formation
Megan Galligan Lorenz, John P Spencer, Larissa K Samuelson

The implications of different profiles of algebraic math anxiety
Kelly Marie Trezise, Robert A Reeve

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24

Semantic Development: The contribution of number of relations
to representational similarity
Layla Unger, Wyatt D'Emilia, Anna V Fisher

“Achoo!”: Using a Storybook Intervention to Increase
Children’s Contagion Knowledge and Illness Avoidance
Megan Geerdts, Katy-Ann Blacker, Vanessa LoBue

42

Priorities in Infants’ Formation of Social Categories
Matar Ferera, Anthea Pun, Andrew Scott Baron, Gil
Diesendruck

Is there an intuitive chemistry? Primary school children’s
understanding of dissolving
anne schlottmann, julia l hill, Michelle Ellefson, Keith S Taber

43

“That Doesn’t Make Any Sense”: Detecting Circular
Explanations in Childhood
Candice Mills, Judith H Danovitch, Sydney Rowles

Parent-Child Conversations about Human and Non-Human
Evolution at a Natural History Museum
Cheryl To, Harriet R Tenenbaum

44

Effects of Evidence and Explanation on Hypothesis Revision
Deanna Macris, David M Sobel

45

The Emergence of Domain-General Reasoning by Exclusion
Shilpa Mody, Roman Feiman, Susan E Carey
Infants Use Probability Cues to Guide Future Exploration
Justine Hoch, Zi Sim, Fei Xu

Cognitive Processes
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27

Children’s developing understanding of higher-order causal
relations
David M Sobel, Tiffany R. Tassin

28

Strategic use of questions to solve a causal inference task in
early childhood
Azzurra Ruggeri, Caren M. Walker, Tania Lombrozo, Alison
Gopnik

46

29

7- and 10-year-old Children Ask Effective Questions to Solve a
Category-based Inference Task
Azzurra Ruggeri, Tania Lombrozo, Fei Xu

47

30

Why do you Talk Like That? Children’s Accent-Based
Inferences
Drew Weatherhead, Katherine White, Ori Friedman

Different Perspectives on Symptom Severity in Autism
Spectrum Disorders and their Impacts on Service Frequency
and Specificity
Christine Spaulding, Bianca M Marro, Tamara E Rosen,
Kenneth D Gadow, Matthew D Lerner

48

Use of the First Year Inventory (FYI) with Children at HighRisk for Autism Spectrum Disorders
Sarah Thomas, Juhi Pandey, Jennifer Erin Maldarelli, Chad
Chappell, Lauren Turner Brown, Annette Mercer Estes, Lonnie
Zwaigenbaum, Robert Schultz, Grace T Baranek, Joseph Piven

49

Symbolic Play in Toddlers at High and Low Genetic Risk for
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Nina B Leezenbaum, Amanda Suzanne Mahoney, Phebe
Lockyer, Susan B Campbell

Developmental Disabilities

31

Language Augments Relational Reasoning: The Effect of Late
Exposure to a Standardized Language
Martin Zettersten, Jing Z. Paul, Gary Lupyan

32

Stop! In the Name of Contact: How infants learn about animate
and inanimates
Deon Benton, David H Rakison

33

Adults’ and children’s attribution of human-like facial and
emotional characteristics to inanimate objects
Jessica Elizabeth Kosie, Mirjam H. Harrison, Deniz Tahiroglu

51

34

Cognitive Processes in Imaginative Drawing: Examining
Drawings by Children with and without Autism
Kayla Dawn Ten Eycke

Theory of Mind usage in adolescents with Autism Spectrum
Disorder
Elisa Back, Ian Antony Apperly

52

35

Behavioural Innovation: State or Trait?
Kayleigh Carr, Rachel Kendal, Emma Grace Flynn

Early Motor Skills and Current Language Skills in Autistic and
Neurotypical Children
Jennifer L. Stevenson, Caitlin E. Lindley, Nicole M. Murlo

53

Typically Developing Youth Exhibit Age-Related
Improvements in Social-Communication Unlike Youth with
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Greg Wallace, Katerina Dudley, Nancy Raitano Lee, Liv S.
Clasen, Anna Chelsea Armour, Bako Orionzi, Laura G
Anthony, Jay Giedd, Lauren Kenworthy

54

Food neophobia in children with autism spectrum disorder
Hannah Morton, Ligia Antezana, Benjamin Yerys, Emily S
Kuschner

36

What is Creativity in Young Children?
Richard Hass, Tamara Spiewak Toub, Paula Yust, Kathryn A
Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff

37

Young children “solve for x” using Approximate Number
Representations, but not Individual Object Representations
Melissa M Kibbe, Lisa Feigenson

38

The Association Between Numerical Magnitude Processing and
Different Calculation Methods in Primary School Children
Sarah Linsen, Lieven Verschaffel, Bert Reynvoet, Bert De Smedt

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55

A Cross-cultural Comparison of a Parent-mediated Intervention
for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Malaysia and the
UK
Adelle Pushparatnam, Claire H Hughes

56

Effects of intranasal oxytocin on systemizing and empathizing
tasks in children with and without autism
Lane Strathearn, Sohye Kim, Udita Iyengar, Sheila Martinez,
Peter Fonagy

57

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69

Age of Child Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Onset and its
Relation to Gender, Symptom Severity, and Family Functioning
Katherine M. Kenyon, Warren O Eaton

70

Reliability and validity of the Screen for Child Anxiety Related
Emotional Disorders-Parent version
Mélou Jansen, Denise Bodden, Isabela I Granic, Peter Muris

71

Reliability and Validity of the Anxiety Diagnostic Observation
Schedule: A novel tool for assessing anxiety in young children
Ummul Kathawalla, Nicholas Mian, Alice S Carter, Grace
Berman, Lauren S Wakschlag, Margaret Briggs-Gowan

72

Behavior Problems in Toddlers Born Extreme Preterm in
Comparison to Moderate Preterm.
Rafaela Guilherme Monte Cassiano, Claudia Maria Gaspardo,
Doane Sábio Servidone, Francisco Eulógio Martinez, Maria
Beatriz Martins Linhares

73

Internet Addiction Patterns among Chinese Adolescents: A
Latent Profile Analysis
Nan Zhou, Xiaoyi Fang

74

The Association between Laboratory Risky Decision-Making
and Real-Life Health Risk Behaviors among Adolescents and
Adults
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Rachel Kahn, Katherine Faris, Kirby
Deater-Deckard, Pearl Chiu, Brooks King-Casas

75

The Importance of Friendship Quality and Partners' Gender in
Co-Rumination
Helen Day, Patricia Dieter, Hannah Lawrence, Cynthia A
Erdley

76

Assessing the mediational role of perceived social support in the
relation between assertiveness and depression
Meghan Huang, Clorinda E Velez, Mark Linkins, Jane Gillham

77

Predicting Functional Impairment in Temperamentally Inhibited
Young Children
Tamsyn Gilbertson, Jordana Bayer, Lesley Bretherton, Robert
A Reeve

78

Using Screening Interviews to Predict Therapist Performance in
the ABC Intervention: Replication Across Time and Samples
Elizabeth Meade, Chelsea Mondock, Caroline K. Pemberton
Roben, Mary Dozier

79

Infant Negative Emotionality and Observed Bedtime Maternal
Emotional Availability Predicting One-year-olds’ Behavior
Problems
Ni Jian, Douglas M Teti, Bo-Ram Kim

Predictors of Problematic Non-Medical Prescription Pain and
Stimulant Use
Tess K. Drazdowski, Wendy Kliewer

80

Testing Differential Susceptibility: Longitudinal Associations
Between Parenting, Temperament and Child’s Externalizing
Problems
Sabine Stoltz, Roseriet Beijers, Maja Dekovic, Marianne
Riksen-Walraven

Comparing Measures of Loneliness in Early Adolescence:
Dyadic Loneliness Versus Group Loneliness
Marlies Maes, Koen Luyckx, Wim Van den Noortgate, Luc G
Goossens

81

The early risk of parental psychological control
Eftichia Andreadakis, Mireille Joussemet

82

Disentangling Actual Peer, Perceived Peer, and Adolescent
Substance Use with Latent Class and Latent Transition Analysis
Matthew Scalco, Samuel Meisel, Craig R Colder

83

Does Age of Onset of Alcohol and Drug Use in Adolescence
Predict Alcohol Abuse during Adulthood?
Christine McCauley Ohannessian, Laura Jenine Finan, Jessica
Schulz, Victor Hesselbrock

The nature and magnitude of developmental difficulties among
maltreated children: A meta-analytic review
Eve-Line Bussières, Caroline Perron, Isabelle Beaumier,
Jessica Pearson, Caroline East-Richard, Mira Johri
Sequential Development of Theory of Mind and the Role of
Social Pretence in Turkish Children with Hearing Impairment
Ayca Alayli, Bilge Yagmurlu

Developmental Psychopathology
59

Do Moral Emotions Buffer the Anger-Aggression Link in
Children and Adolescents?
Tyler John Colasante, antonio zuffiano, Tina Malti

60

Lower Emotion Identification Accuracy Among Young
Children with Callous-Unemotional Behaviors
Peter David Rehder, William Roger Mills-Koonce, Nicholas
James Wagner, Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Michael Willoughby

61

Children’s Moral knowledge of Lying to Conceal Antisocial
Behavior and its Relation to Reported Engagement in Antisocial
Behaviors
Talia Carl, Kay Bussey

62

The relationship imperative: Attachment-based processes
mediate the link between risk and externalization
July Falardeau, Claire Baudry, Karolane Turgeon, MarieChristine Auger, Sarah Porlier, Ruben Martinez, Jean-Pascal
Lemelin, Marc Provost, George M Tarabulsy

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64

65

66

Associations between Children’s Video Game Playing and
Psycho-Social Health: Information from both Parent and Child
Reports
Adam Lobel, Isabela I Granic, Lisanne Stone, Rutger Engels
Adolescent Exposure To Violence And Psychological Distress:
Looking Towards A Better Future
Sarah Hassan, Carolyn Tompsett

67

A Longitudinal Study of Fathering Factors Associated with
Adjustment in Early Childhood
Julia Sarah Feldman, Adam Grabell, Sheryl L Olson

68

Predicting Oppositional Defiant Disorder Dimensions at age 10
from Temperamental Stability at age 2 and age 4
Ashley Robin Brown, Rachael T Kelleher, Susan Phillips Keane

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84

Reward Sensitivity and Executive Function Predict Lowincome Urban Preadolescents’ Risky Behaviors
Alexandra M Ursache, Cybele Raver

98

Buffering the Effects of Poverty on Head Start Children:
Dimensions of Family Involvement and Approaches to
Learning
katherine zambrana, Johayra Bouza, Rebecca J Bulotsky
Shearer, Patricia Carolina Gaona

99

The Reliability and Validity of the Math Anxiety Scale for
Young Children
Colleen M Ganley, Amanda Kowalsky

Education, Schooling
85

Classroom-Level Adversity, Externalizing Behavior, and
Achievement: Direct and Indirect Associations in First Grade
Tashia Abry, Jodi Swanson, Crystal I. Bryce, Michelle Taylor,
Robert H Bradley

86

Longitudinal Links Between Attention Deficits and Academic
Achievement: The Intermediate Role of Social factors
Amber de Wilde, Frank Vitaro, Mara Brendgen, Pol van Lier,
Hans M Koot, Richard E Tremblay

87

Children’s self-reliance in the classroom accounts for the link
between executive functions and later academic achievement
Samantha Worzalla Bindman, Eva Pomerantz

88

“The First Kids to Go”: Discipline Disparities amongst LGBTQ
Youth with Disabilities
Chelsea Tobin, Shannon D Snapp, Jennifer Hoenig, Stephen T
Russell

89

Engagement with Learning and Academic Achievement in 2nd
Grade Students Living in High Poverty Rural Areas
Irina Mokrova, Patricia T Garrett-Peters, Lynne VernonFeagans

90

100 Children’s Theories of Math and Science Abilities: Relations to
Parent Achievement Behaviors
Naomi Thompson, Joan M Barth
101 Pathways from parental encouragement of children’s curiosity
to high school science engagement
Kathleen Preston, Skye N. Parral, Allen W. Gottfried, Adele
Eskeles Gottfried, Pamella Halleen Oliver, Danielle Delany,
Sirena Marie Ibrahim
102 Food Culture and Energy Expenditure in Youth Athletics:
Beliefs of Coaches, Parents, and Athletes
Jenna Marx, Dara R MusherEizenman
103 Black Parents' Culturally-Salient Educational Involvement
Beliefs and Behaviors
Maria Finger-Elam, Linda Baker
104 Promoting Continuity in Parent Involvement and Children’s
Learning: Transition Supports from Head Start to Kindergarten
Lizabeth Malone, Jerry West

The role of preschool teacher-child interactions in academic
adjustment: An intervention study with Playing-2-gether
Sanne Van Craeyevelt, Karine Verschueren, Caroline
Vancraeyveldt, Sofie Wouters, Hilde Colpin

91

The Development of Marginal Identities in Inquiry Science
Collaborative Learning
Karlyn Adams-Wiggins

92

When Students Perceive Teachers to be Responsive to Help
Seeking: A Multi-method Study.
Erik Ruzek, Jason Downer, Katerina Schenke

93

Examining the Role of Family Involvement Domains on Head
Start Children’s Peer Social Competence and Behavioral
Maladjustment
Johayra Bouza, katherine zambrana, Veronica A. Fernandez,
Tracy M. Carter, Rebecca J Bulotsky Shearer, Patricia
Carolina Gaona, Krystal Bichay

94

Patterns of Learning: Leveraging Student Usage Data to Inform
Design and Enhance Achievement
Angela Barrus, Carol McDonald Connor, Stephanie Day

95

Pre-literacy skills in print and electronic contexts: Effects of
book type, narration, and attention on word learning
Kathryn J OToole, Kathleen Noel Kannass

96

Improving Students' Knowledge of Fractions
Lisa Fazio, Casey A Kennedy, Robert S Siegler

97

Bedtime Learning Together: Exploring the use of technology to
support children's math learning and attitudes
Talia Berkowitz, Marjorie Schaeffer, Sian Beilock, Susan Cohen
Levine

Family Context & Processes
105 Improving Protective Factors in Families within the Child
Welfare System
Roger D Phillips
106 Regulatory Skill as a Resilience Factor for Adults with a
History of Foster Care
Angela Johnson, Nim Tottenham
107 Planned and Unplanned Terminations of Dutch Foster Care
Placements: the Role of Characteristics of Foster Children and
Placements.
Floor van Rooij, Anne Maaskant, Desiree Weijers, Irene
Weijers, Jo Hermanns
108 Parental Pressures to Excel and Social-Emotional Well-Being
among Privileged Adolescent Girls: A Longitudinal Study
Terese Jean Lund, Belle Liang, Angela DeSilva Mousseau,
Renee A Spencer
109 Family routines and low-income children: Mediation or
moderation?
Larissa K Ferretti, Kristen L Bub
110 Self-Regulation Mediates the Link between Family Context and
Socio-Emotional Competence in Turkish Preschoolers
Gizem Gündüz, Bilge Yagmurlu, Mehmet Harma
111 Validation of a Paradigm to Elicit Jealousy in Expectant
Toddlers
Jennifer Harris, Sybil L. Hart
112 Links Between Marital Quality, the Parent-Child Relationship
and Child Behaviour
Katharine Shaw, Alison Pike

188

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113 Chinese Canadian families of toddlers: What are fathers really
doing and does maternal employment matter?
Kevin Jerome de Leon, Brittney Lentini, Susan S Chuang, Jenny
Glozman

127 Prediction from Early Comprehension to Vocabulary
Production in the Third Year in Spanish-speaking Children.
Laura Alicia Alba, Lukas David Lopez, Stephanie DeAnda,
Diane Poulin-Dubois, Pascal Eric Zesiger, Margaret J Friend

114 Marketing Parenting Program by Triggering Pain or Pleasure?
Raziye Salari, Anna Backman

128 Predicting Language Production at 30 months from
Comprehension at 16 and 22 Months.
Lukas David Lopez, Laura Alicia Alba, Stephanie DeAnda,
Pascal Eric Zesiger, Diane Poulin-Dubois, Margaret J Friend

115 Assessment of the Content Fidelity of Faber and Mazlish HowTo Parenting Program’s French Version
Jeanne Tessier, Tatiana Ruiz, Mireille Joussemet, Geneviève
Aimee Mageau

129 Statistical learning over semantic cues in 6 year olds and adults
Kenny Smith, Anna Samara, Helen Brown, Elizabeth Wonnacott

116 Group Attachment Based Intervention (GABI) for high-risk
parents and their children 0-3 years: Factors associated with
attendance
Jeana Lee DeMairo, Anne Murphy, Miriam Steele, Jordan Bate,
Adella Nikitiades, Karen Bonuck, Paul Meissner, Howard
Steele

130 The Relation Between Bilingual Children’s Productive
Vocabularies and Word Learning
Sirada Rochanavibhata, Natsuki Atagi, Christina Schonberg,
Catherine Sandhofer
131 Pointing the right way: The role of infant and caregiver gestures
on language development in Turkish
Demet Ozer, Niloofar Akhavan, Nazlı Altinok, Ozge Savas, Ulf
Liszkowski, Aylin C Küntay, Tilbe Goksun

117 Does Military Deployment Predict Preschoolers’ Behaviour
Problems Over and Above Attachment and Parental Stress?
Rachel Joy Tupper, Jean-Francois Bureau, Diane St-Laurent

132 Children’s Early Comprehension and Expression of Metaphors
for Time are Shaped by Bodily Experience
Lauren Stites, SEYDA OZCALISKAN

118 Thriving and Resilience in Military-Connected Youth:
Findings from the Positive Engagement Together Study
Kristina Schmid Callina, Megan Kiely Mueller

133 How children who don’t gesture tell a story
Angélique Laurent, Elena Nicoladis, Lisa Smithson

Health, Growth, Injury

134 Infants’ understanding of absent reference: Conceptual and
perceptual activations
Maria Osina, Megan M Saylor

119 Predictors of Secrecy and Associations with Type 1 Diabetes
Management in Late Adolescence
Alexandra Main, Deborah Wiebe, Christy Tucker, Karina Van
Bogart, Sara Turner, Cynthia Berg

135 The Effect of Spatial Context on Children’s Language Input
Sara Veeraswami, Sirada Rochanavibhata, Elizabeth R
Goldenberg, Catherine Sandhofer, Rena Repetti

120 Living with Diabetes: Stress, Quality of Health-care and Life in
Older Children with Type 1 Diabetes
Given Hapunda

136 Adults’ interaction with referents help 30-month-olds retain
newly learned words
Eunju Jung, Youngon Choi, Narae Ju, Minji Nam, Jieun Jeong

121 A Pilot of the PLAYS SEL Curriculum
Steve Knotek

137 Influences of Vowel and Tone Change on Three-year-old
Mandarin-speakers’ Learning of Novel Words
Peng Zhou, Weiyi Ma, Liqun Gao, Stephen Crain

122 Sleep and weight status of Australian children: What are the
sleep parameters at play
Cassandra Pattinson, Simon Smith, Sally Staton, Karen J
Thorpe

138 Two-year-olds’ inference of speakers’ desire using disfluency in
speech
Narae Ju, Youngon Choi, Minji Nam, Jieun Jeong

123 Maternal Mindfulness During Pregnancy and Infants’ Socioemotional Development and Temperament: Maternal Anxiety
as Mediator
Marion I. van den Heuvel, Miriam A. Johannes, Jens Henrichs,
Bea R H Van den Bergh

139 Is the Melody The Message During Infant-Directed Action?
Adults’ and Infants’ Discrimination of the Prosody of Teaching
Utterances
Danielle Steck, Rebecca Joan Brand, Kristen Briggs, Elizabeth
Hathaway

124 Links Between Maternal Depression, Household Income, and
Variability in Preschool Children’s Sleep
Desiree de Jong, Rebecca Spencer

140 A Role for Onomatopoeia in Infant Language Development
Catherine Laing

125 A Longitudinal Study of Sleep Parameters in a Sample of
Preschool Children
Ting Lu, Lisa Krzysik, Brian E Vaughn, Mona M El-Sheikh

141 Speech Perception: A New Perspective From Efficient Neural
Coding
Ramon Guevara Erra, Judit Gervain

Language, Communication
126 Who’s Doing What? Exploring Infant Engagement and
Vocabulary Development in Mozambique
Douglas Mastin, Paul Vogt, Diede Schots

189

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155 Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability in Parents at Risk for
Child Physical Abuse
Alison Krauss, Regina Hiraoka, Thomas R. McCanne, Julie
Crouch, Gim Reo, Michael Wagner, Joel S. Milner, John J.
Skowronski

Methods, History, Theory
142 Assuming Adaptability and Responding to Context in
Implementation: A Study of the Fussy Baby Network in New
Orleans
Leanne M Kallemeyn, amber evenson, Linda Gilkerson, Sherryl
Scott Heller, Tracy Moran, Young Im

156 Impact of childhood trauma on sensory regulation
Aliya Mubarak, Lory Zephyr, Chantal Cyr

143 A Daily Diary Text Message Approach to Researching Peer
Relations in Adolescence
Alysha Ramirez, Noel A Card

157 Reliability and Validity Testing of a new Retrospective Selfreport Measure of Role-reversed and Disorganized Attachment
Molisa Meier, Jean-Francois Bureau

144 Innovative Methodological Approaches for Examining
Thresholds in Child Care Quality
Greg Welch, Ann Arthur, Julia C Torquati, Helen H Raikes,
Elizabeth Timberlake

158 The Contribution of Middle Childhood Attachment to Social
Functioning in Young Adulthood
Mari Fransson, Pehr Granqvist, Carin Tillman, Berit Hagekull,
Gunilla Bohlin

145 The Interpretive Utility of Infant-Calibrated Cutoffs for
Interpreting Effect Size Estimates
Laura Mills-Smith, Derek Spangler, Robin K Panneton,
Matthew Fritz

159 Cognitive and behavioral responses to a simulated caregiving
task in pregnant women predict later infant attachment
Marije L Verhage, Mirjam Oosterman, Carlo Schuengel
160 Mother-Child Affect Coregulation and Attachment in Middle
Childhood
Lauren Catherine Vazquez, Hannah Faith Rasmussen, Jessica
Lauren Borelli, Patricia A Smiley

Moral Development
146 Individual Differences in Empathic Concern during the First
Year of Life – Environmental and Biological Correlates
Yael Paz, Tal Orlitsky, Florina Uzefovsky, Maayan Davidov

161 Maternal Attachment Style and Responses to Adolescent
Distress: The Mediating Role of Maternal Emotion Regulation
Jason D. Jones, Bonnie Erin Brett, Katherine Babcock Ehrlich,
C. W. Lejuez, Jude A. Cassidy

147 Mothers’ Moral Identity and Moral Regard: Links with
Adolescent Perspective Taking, Empathy, and Guilt
Erin Karahuta, Sarah L Pierotti, Deborah J. Laible, Mary B
Eberly Lewis, Gustavo Carlo, Jill Froimson

162 Adult Attachment Style, Parenting Stress, and Parenting
Behavior Among Low-Income Latina Mothers
Allison West, Lisa Berlin, Brenda Jones Harden

148 The role of false belief understanding and inhibitory control in
cognitive empathy performance in the preschooler period.
Amy Datyner, Jenny L Richmond, Julie D Henry

163 A Transaction Model Study of Early Maternal Sensitivity and
Child Engagement
Chang Su-Russell, Jean M Ispa, Francisco Palermo, Gustavo
Carlo

149 Moral Development in Context: The Contribution of
Neighborhood and Maternal Characteristics to Preschoolers’
Moral Reasoning
Courtney Leighann Ball, Judith G Smetana, Melissa L SturgeApple, Jennifer H Suor

164 Linking caregiver emotional availability, caregiver soothing
behaviours and infant attachment style in an acute pain context
Jordana Waxman, Jessica Hillgrove-Stuart, Rebecca Rita Pillai
Riddell

150 Children’s Reasoning for Rejecting Unfair Allocations of
Luxury and Necessary Resources
Leon Li, Michael Thomas Rizzo, Melanie A. Killen
151 We cooperated so…now what?: Infants expect cooperative
partners to share resources
Ying Wang, Annette M E Henderson

165 Associations Between Parental Reflective Functioning and
Maternal Sensitive and Interfering Parenting Behavior Towards
Toddlers
Jerrica Pitzen, Jessica Lynn Riggs, Alissa Christine Huth-Bocks

152 Youths’ Religiosity, Family Risk, and Psychological
Adjustment
Marcie C Goeke-Morey, Laura K. Taylor, Christine Elizabeth
Merrilees, Peter Shirlow, E. Mark Cummings

166 The Context of Loneliness: Linking Disrupted Mother-Child
Interaction to Maternal Attitudes Towards Close Relationships
Teresa Ostler, Elisa T Bronfman
167 Gender as a Moderator of Parent Extraversion on Perceived
Burdensomeness and Thwarted Belongingness
Barunie Kim, Jane Holloway, Annie Shearer, Guy Diamond

153 Religious Motivation Scale: A Self-Determination Theory
Measure for Adolescents
Amber Cazzell Nadal, Sam A Hardy

168 Intergenerational Patterns in Parenting Style: Role of
Discipline Attitudes, Emotion Regulation, and Coping
Christina Maria Rodriguez

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
154 Emotional bias among abusive parents
Brian Leitzke, Seth David Pollak

169 Parenting characteristics as risk factors for preschool children’s
internalizing disorders
Yvonne Otto, Susan Sierau, Katja Kolmorgen, Steffi Weis,
Annette M Klein

190

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170 The Effects of Working Memory on Mothers' and Fathers'
Discipline in Early Adolescence: The Mediating Role of Parent
Attributions
Michael Fittoria, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Hillary Rich, Kristen
Nye, Patrick Davies

185 The Relation between Motor Skills, Physical Fitness and
Executive Functions in 6-Year-Old Children
Nicole Sprenger, Claudia M. Roebers, Venera Gashaj
186 Mapping Adults' Behavioral and Electrocortical Responding to
Happy and Sad Infant Faces: Evidence for a Caregiver Module
Sarah Mossad, Tyler John Colasante, David W Haley

171 Safe Haven or Secure Base? The Function of Caregiving for
Parent-Adolescent Conflict
Christine Romero, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Patrick Davies,
Meredith J Martin

187 People everywhere, but are faces in view?
Swapnaa Jayaraman, Linda B Smith
188 Infants’ Differential Recognition of Female and Male Faces in a
Visual Search Task
Jennifer L Rennels, Agneta Herlitz, Joshua Juvrud, Johanna
Lovén, Gustaf Gredebäck

172 Predicting Parenting Styles in Expectant Mothers and Fathers:
Racial differences in intergenerational transmission
Brenquetta S. Carr, Christina Maria Rodriguez
173 Paternal Depression, Parenting, and Child Outcomes:
Moderating Role of Child Negative Emotionality
Lindsay Elizabeth Taraban, Daniel S. Shaw, David Reiss, Jenae
M Neiderhiser, Leslie Leve, Rand D Conger, Laura Scaramella

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
189 Acculturation Conflict in Latino Youth: Discrimination, Ethnic
Identity, and Depressive Symptoms
Nadia Huq, Gabriela Stein, Laura M Gonzalez

174 Parenting in the Age of Technology
Wesley Sanders, Justin Michel Parent, Alexander Sullivan, Rex
Forehand, Deborah J Jones

190 Longitudinal Predictors of Prosocial Behaviors among Latino
Immigrant Youth
Gustavo Carlo, Alexandra Nicole Davis, Meredith A McGinley,
Brian E Armenta, Seth Schwartz, Jennifer B unger, Lourdes
Baezconde-Garbanati, daniel w soto, Juan A Villamar, Sabrina
E Des Rosiers, Elma Lorenzo-Blanco, Karina Lizzi, José
Szapocznik

175 Parental and peer predictors of school behavior problems during
middle childhood
Dan Wang, Anne C Fletcher
176 Parenting Style and Socioemotional Outcomes Among Chinese
Elementary School Students
Li Chen-Bouck, Meagan M. Patterson

191 Seeking the Help of Educational Counselors: Cross-Cultural
Differences in Mothers’ Attitudes, Knowledge and Behavior
Martha Shtapura-Ifrah, Maya Benish-Weisman

177 Pathways of influence: Chinese parents’ expectations, parenting
styles, and child social competence
Lixin Ren, Carolyn P Edwards

192 It’s a Matter of Perspective: Examining Cultural Differences in
Non-Verbal Communication Styles
Miray Seward, Ashley Ruba, Eleanor K Seaton, Vrinda Kalia,
Makeba Parramore Wilbourn

178 Parental socialization behaviors and college student functioning
in India and US
Belinda Teo, Vaishali V Raval

193 Exploring How Preschoolers of Differing Cultures and Income
Levels See Themselves, and How They Are Seen by Others.
Rosemarie DiBiase, Patrice M Miller

179 What do high functioning children with ASD think of their
relationships with their parents?
Mandeep Kaur Gurm, Grace Iarocci

194 Hmong American Emerging Adults at College: Perceptions of
Maternal Socialization in Relation to Self-Concept
Susie D Lamborn, Joel Bocanegra

180 Predictors of conflicts on self-care, room management, and
chores among mother – adolescent dyads
Seren Gunes, Sibel Kazak KazakBerument
181 Harsh parenting, executive functions and adhd plus odd
symptomatology: a conceptual model in preschool children
Yuria Cruz Alaniz, Albert Bonillo Martin, María Claustre Jané
Ballabriga

195 Cultural Identity in First Nations Youth: The Implications for
Self-Determination and Academic Achievement
Johanna Querengesser, Gillian Klassen, Adrienne Blacklock,
Ashley Reynolds, Jillian Stewart, Alexandra D'Arrisso, Curtis
Tootoosis, Jacob A. Burack

182 A Developmental Analysis of Caregiving across the First Year
in 38 Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Marc H Bornstein, Diane Leach Putnick, Jennifer E Lansford,
Kirby Deater-Deckard, Robert H Bradley

196 Are Ethnic and Personal Identity Unique Constructs? An
Investigation Among Mexican-Origin Adolescent Mothers
Russell B Toomey, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Kimberly
Updegraff, Laudan B Jahromi

183 Culture Moderates Links Between Authoritative Parenting and
College Academic Achievement
Xian Li, Joan Newman

197 Ethnic Commitment and Academic Engagement in High School
Students
Sheena Jeswani, Tiffany Yip

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

198 Parent Racial/Ethnic Socialization Predicts Youth R/E Identity
Development in Suboptimal Socialization Contexts
Stephen C. Peck, Oksana Malanchuk, Meeta Banerjee,
Jacquelynne S Eccles

184 Research 2.0: Assessing the Developmental Trajectories of
Grasping and Sitting Skills Remotely
Klaus Libertus, Emily Braham

191

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213 Intention or attention? An eye-tracking study on the
development of fairness-related decision making in children
Ellen de Bruijn, Berna Guroglu

School Readiness/Childcare
199 Using the CLASS to measure quality of interactions in diverse
cultural contexts: Finding common ground without denying
difference
Joanne Lehrer, Lise Lemay

Language, Communication
214 German-English Bilingual Young Children: Exploring
Associations between Proficiency and Second Language
Exposure
Sarah Hutchison, Loris Yoon

200 Respecting play, but not sustaining it? The “value of play”
quality in center-based and home-based childcares
Lise Lemay, Nathalie Bigras, Caroline Bouchard
201 The Impact of Child Care Policy and Practice on Children’s
Developmental Outcomes in Korea
Yoon H Lee, Jiyun Lee

Social Cognition
215 Developmental Changes in Rhesus Macaque Gaze Following
Alexandra Rosati, Laurie Santos

202 The Association Between Executive Functioning, SocioEmotional Skills, and School Readiness in Preschool
Carole Upshur, Melodie Wenz-Gross, Anthoula Poulakos

216 A developmental cascade model of theory of mind and
executive functioning, and moderation by cumulative social risk
Mark Wade, Dillon T. Browne, Andre Plamondon, Ella Daniel,
Jennifer Jenkins

203 Nature of Parenting and Relations with Child Outcomes in
Head Start: Understanding the Block Parenting Scale
Annemarie H Hindman, Darren L Richmond, Heather M
Kauffman

217 Preschoolers’ Selective Trust for Learning from Teachers
versus Peers
Jeein Jeong, Douglas A Frye

204 Assessing the field of early childhood education in Palestine
through the lens of early childhood education supervisors
Muna Shami, Ilham Nasser

218 Selective Trust in Two- and Three-year-olds?
Jonas Hermes, Tanya Behne, Hannes Rakoczy
219 Bilingual children’s communicative advantage in repairing a
misunderstanding
Anja Gampe, Susanne Grassmann, Stephanie Wermelinger,
Moritz M Daum

205 Social-Emotional Readiness for Early Preschool: Temperament
and Behavior in Three-Year-Olds
Michele M Miller, H Hill Goldsmith

Sex, Gender

220 Children Attend to Food Preferences and Behaviors to Make
Social Relationship Inferences
Ashley Eliza Jordan, Katherine D. Kinzler, Kristin Shutts

206 Being Good Boys and Girls: The Development of Differential
Gender-Typing of Prosocial Behaviour in Adolescence
Ben Hine, Patrick Leman, Richard A Fabes

221 Children’s inferences about friendship and shared properties
based on behavioral information
Narges Afshordi

207 Parental Influence on 4th Grade Children’s Science
Involvement and Attitudes: Examining Gender and Ethnicity
Susannah Sandrin, Katherine Jane Short-Meyerson, Cody
Stingley, Miriam Quinones, Eveliz Baca

222 The origins of spite?: Capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) punish
conspecifics who have more
Kristin Leimgruber, Alexandra Rosati, Laurie Santos

208 Infant Object Preference Predicts Sex-Typed Play at Preschool
Age
Jillian E Lauer, Sibel D Ilksoy, Stella F Lourenco

Social Cognition

223 How children reason about unreliability based on speakers’
knowledge versus intentions
Kimberly E. Vanderbilt, Gail D Heyman, David Liu

209 Introducing the Mood Meter as a two-dimensional scale of
children’s understanding of emotion
Marina Ebert, Sherri Widen, Yarrow C Dunham

224 Young children use reputational information transmitted by
gossip to selectively learn from others
Lili Ma, Alyssa Payne

210 The emotional nature of a social interaction affects infants'
predictions of others' collaborative goals and behavior
Victoria Wesevich, Christine A Fawcett

Social, Emotional, Personality
225 Chinese Children’s Appraisals of and Coping Responses to
Stressful Life Events: Links to Children’s Behavioral Problems
Sara Chung, Qing Zhou, Yun Wang

211 Social Problem Solving: The Role of Emotion Recognition and
Language in Resolving Interpersonal Conflict among
Preadolescent Girls
Ola Kuforiji, Kyla Patricia McDonald, Jamie Chun-Mei Wei,
Sophi Loge, Fataneh Farnia, Nancy J Cohen

226 Children’s Self-Reported use of Coping Strategies may Indicate
Psychological Vulnerability to Common Peer Stressors
Kate Louise Herts, Rena Repetti, Theodore F. Robles, Bridget
M Reynolds

212 Preschoolers and Toddlers Consider Ownership in Judging
People's Emotions
Ori Friedman, Madison Pesowski

227 Coping with a Family Member’s Death: Predictors of ParentChild Communication about Death and Bereaved Children’s
Well-Being
Lindsay Zajac, Chris J Boyatzis

192

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228 Maternal Emotion Socialization and Infant Emotion Expression
across Time: Differentiating by Emotion Valence and Task
Type
Emily Ross, Ida Anna Christina Johansdotter Rystad, Betty Lin,
Keith A Crnic, Linda J. Luecken, Nancy A Gonzales

243 The Interplay of Peer Outcome Expectations, Self-Efficacy
Beliefs and Moral Disengagement and their Relationships with
Bullying
Catherine Quinn, Kay Bussey
244 Children’s beliefs about relational aggression: Associations
with aggressive behavior and psychological maladjustment in
Japan.
Yuichi Sekiguchi, Yoshikazu Hamaguchi

229 A 15-Year Prospective Analysis of Adolescent Self-Esteem and
Positive Affect as Predictors of Adult Happiness
John K. Coffey, Michael T Warren, Allen W. Gottfried
230 Experiencing guilt following transgressions in early childhood:
Parenting antecedents and adaptive socialization outcomes
Jessica O'Bleness, Lea J Boldt, Megan Carlson

245 The Relation of Cyber Aggression to US and Chinese
Children’s Self Competence
Robert Washington, Rachel Nicole Tillery, Gabrielle Gipson
Banks, Robert Cohen

231 Socio-Emotional Choreography: Infant-caregiver bi-directional
processing of socio-emotional cues during an ambiguous object
event
Shadi Sibani, Jean-Paul Boudreau

246 Direct and Independent Effects of Early Parenting Quality and
Executive Functioning on Grade 6 Social Competence
Katherine C Haydon, Emily Bancroft, Dianna K Murray-Close

232 Preschooler’s Perception of Face Emotions: Links to Age,
Gender, Temperament, and Vagal Tone
Chris L Porter, Sarah Ann Ahlander Stone, Cortney A Evans,
Jessica Hansen

247 Peer Group Dynamics in Instances of Subtle Race-Based
Bullying: Bystander Intervention and Social Exclusion
Kelly Lynn S Mulvey, Sally Palmer, Dominic Abrams, Kimberly
Charlton, Ashley Nunnally

233 The Differential Timing of Familial and Individual Influences
on the Development of Emotion Knowledge across Early
Childhood
Sara R. Berzenski, Tuppett M. Yates

248 “At Least It’s Not Just Me”: Personal and Witnessed
Experiences of Cyberbullying Among Latino Youth
Guadalupe Espinoza, Jaana Juvonen
249 The Influence of Peer Groups on Social Exclusion Behavior and
Attitudes
Lindsey Rogers, Hope Forbes, Gary D Fireman

234 Multi-Faceted Emotion Regulation, Stress, and Affect in
Mothers of Young Children
Mengjiao Li, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Martha Ann Bell

250 Associations between Relationship Quality and Children’s
Narrative Accounts of Transgressions against Friends
Holly E Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb, Monisha Pasupathi

235 Individualized profiles of emotion regulation strategies: A new
measure
Kalee De France, Tom Hollenstein

251 Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Predictors of Late Adolescents’
Stress Response during a Friendship Conflict Discussion
Emily Cook

236 Relations between maternal and child emotion dysregulation:
The role of emotion parenting in a preschool sample
Funlola Are, Hannah Goldstein, Anne E Shaffer

252 Relationship Quality with Friends and Parents: A Study of
Bidirectional Effects
Bethany Blair, Susan Phillips Keane, Susan D Calkins

237 Do distortion images affect visual self-recognition in 2- and 3year-old children?
Kieron Mottley, Annette M E Henderson

253 Sense of Entitlement in Romantic Relationships of Emerging
Adults
Jiaqi Zhou, Melody McCormick, Jennifer Daks, Edward Frank
Lomash, Brittnie L Gilman, Yelena Salkowitz, Jennifer Roesler,
Patrick Phillips, Faith Carlson, Emily Salanon, Jonathan F
Mattanah

238 Think like an Athlete: The Relevance of Perceived Athletic
Competence to Psychosocial Outcomes in Urban Minority Girls
Carolyn Rose Bates, Jori Rappaport, Lara Dugas, Amy Bohnert
239 Temperament-based effects of mother-child shared positive
affect on children’s social adjustment
Mairin E. Augustine, Cynthia A Stifter

254 Sexually Transmitted Infections and Coping among African
American Adolescent Females
Lawrence Rakhmanov, Pamela Matson, Carisa K Perry-Parrish

240 The Interplay of Early Parenting and RSA on Anger and
Effortful Control Development in Childhood
Sarah VanSchyndel, Anjolii Diaz, Nancy Eisenberg, Tracy L
Spinrad

255 Friendships in Emerging Adulthood: The Relevant and
Challenging Interpersonal Situations
Miriam Holley Kirmayer, Kimberly Dossett, Melanie A Dirks

Social Relationships

256 Gender Specific Relations of Status and Affection from Peers
with Cortisol in Early Adolescence
Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Kirstin Greaves-Lord, Judith Rosmalen

241 Peer Experiences in Short-Term Residential Treatment:
Prediction of Behavioral Reactions to Peers and Adults
Stephanie L. Cardoos, Audrey L. Zakriski, Jack C. Wright,
Harry W. Parad

257 Characterizing Short-Term Friendship Stability in Early
Adolescence
Andrew Robert Bower, Cara Peters, Stephan Nguyen, Kathryn
Richards, Adrienne Nishina

242 Family Context and Peer Victimization: A Longitudinal
Analysis
Rebecca J Glover, Prathiba Natesan, Mary Elizabeth Mitchell

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258 Chinese Children's Shy Behaviors and Peer Rejection: The
Importance of Gender
Shannon R Audley-Piotrowski, Yeh Hsueh, Zongkui Zhou,
Cuying Fan

medical and psychopathological conditions). Moreover, in the
majority of children, ASD emerges during the second year of life, but
the timing and rate of development varies significantly. This
presentation will focus on the importance of studying within
group developmental changes in behavioral, cognitive and
neuroimaging studies for advancing knowledge about this complex
disorder. An individual difference approach that incorporates a
developmental perspective is more likely to shed light on the
mechanisms that underlie the widely varying phenotypes that
characterize ASD than the traditional comparison between ASD and
typically developing groups matched on arbitrary variables.

Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
(Event 3-050) Invited Views by Two
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:10am

(Event 3-049) Invited State of the Art Address
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-10:55am

3-050. Current Views on Autism
Moderator: Charles A. Nelson
Panelist 1: Catherine Lord

3-049. Good Behavior: Coding, Sharing, and Repurposing
Video
Chair: Peter M Vishton
Speaker: Karen E Adolph

View 1 - Why Do We Need a Concept of Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) stem from an original clinical
conceptualization based on 11 young children seen by Leo Kanner
over 70 years ago. Although in some respects, the ways in which we
think of ASD have changed quite significantly, in other ways the
description of primary symptoms has remained very solidly based on
this original conceptualization. We have much more awareness of the
developmental trajectories within individuals with ASD and of the
complexities of its etiologies. We have much more awareness of
what is actually different about individuals with ASD and those with
typical development and what is similar, but a great deal of empirical
data that there are a number of ‘spectra” or dimensions that extend
from typical development to autism, that relate to each other that are
not identical. Proposals have been made that perhaps we do not need
a general conceptualization of ASD and that both research and
clinical work would benefit from the separation of the various
dimensions that characterize the disorder and that predict outcome. In
this panel, I will argue that, despite, the importance of various
dimensions, there are unique aspects of the functioning and
trajectories of individuals with ASD, compared to other disorders and
typical development, that merit its continued status as a specific
disorder, that, nonetheless occurs with great variability across
individuals.

Biography. Karen E. Adolph is Professor of Psychology and
Neuroscience at New York University. She received her B.A. from
Sarah Lawrence College, her Ph.D. from Emory University, and
completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine. Adolph leads the Databrary.org project to enable video data
sharing among developmental scientists. She is a Fellow of APA and
APS and President of the International Society for Infant Studies. She
received a Cattell Sabbatical Award, the APF Fantz Memorial Award,
the APA Boyd McCandless Award, the ISIS Young Investigator
Award, FIRST and MERIT awards from NICHD, and four teaching
awards from NYU. She chaired the NIH study section on Motor
Function and Speech Rehabilitation and is on the Advisory Board of
the McDonnell Foundation and the editorial board of Developmental
Psychobiology. Adolph’s research examines effects of body growth,
exploratory activity, environmental and social supports, and culture
on perceptual-motor learning and development.
Abstract: Behavior is infinitely rich. In both natural and laboratory
settings, children exhibit an extraordinary array of behaviors—visual
exploration, facial expressions, speech, gestures, locomotion, and
social interactions. Video captures much of this richness and
complexity, so for most developmental scientists, video forms the
backbone of their research programs. In this talk, I describe how tools
for video coding, exploration, and visualization can help researchers
to mine the richness of their video data. I urge researchers to spread
the wealth by sharing videos among a community of like-minded
researchers and I address central concerns about participants’ privacy,
appropriate attribution, and data curation. I conclude with examples of
how video data can be repurposed to ask new questions beyond the
scope of the original study. In this sense, all behavior is good
behavior—valuable to other researchers and capable of yielding new
insights into the causes and consequences of learning and
development.

Panelist 2: Helen Tager-Flusberg
Biography. Helen Tager-Flusberg is Professor of Psychological and
Brain Sciences, and Director of the Center for Autism Research
Excellence (CARE) at Boston University (www.bu.edu/autism). Her
current collaborative research programs address the following topics:
(1) early brain and behavioral development in infants at high risk for
autism spectrum disorder (funded by NIH and SFARI); (2 the neural
bases of language in ASD, specific language development and typical
children using fMRI (funded by NIH); (3) investigating brain and
behavioral phenotypes associated with the 16p CNV; and (4) as PI of
an NIH funded ACE, investigating the neural mechanisms and
efficacy of a novel intervention in children with ASD who fail to
acquire spoken language. Dr. Tager-Flusberg is Past-President of the
International Society for Autism Research and Associate Editor for
the Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
View 2 - The Importance of Conceptualizing ASD as a Developmental
Disorder From an Individual Differences Perspective
ASD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is extremely
heterogeneous in its presentation both of core symptom severity
(social communicative impairments and repetitive behaviors/restricted
interests) and co-occurring conditions (e.g., cognitive level, language,

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The Protective Role of Ethnic Identity and Positive Youth
Development: Assets for Black and Latino Males Experiencing
Stress
Joanna Lee Williams, Patrick Tolan

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Violence Exposure Profiles and Substance Use Risk: A Test of
the Challenge Model of Resilience
Andria Eisman, Justin Heinze, Hsing-Fang Hsieh, Marc
Zimmerman

(Event 3-051) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-051. Tone Sensitivity in Infancy: Evidence from phoneme
discrimination and word learning.
Chair: Charlene S. L. Fu
Discussant: Denis K Burnham
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Tone Discrimination in Monolingual Infants: Effects of acoustic
discriminability
Charlene S. L. Fu, Xian Hui Seet, Ashley T. P. Tong, Leher
Singh

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Perception of lexical tone in the first year of life by bilingual
infants learning one or two tone systems
Karen Mattock, Pei Jun Woo

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Word learning using tone in the second year of life
Marina Kalashnikova

(Event 3-054) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-054. Person Centered Approaches to Understanding
Resilience and Risk in Head Start Families
Chair: Julia Mendez Smith
Discussant: Sandra Barrueco
Children's Profiles of Physiological Stress Response and Risk in
Head Start Families
Diana Westerberg

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Cognitive and Emotional Attributes: Influences on the Peer
Relations of Low Income, African American Preschoolers
Julia Mendez Smith, Emily Andrews, Diana Westerberg

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Parents’ Risk Profiles as Predictors of Parent Involvement
Cognitions and Behaviors
Dore R. LaForett, Julia Mendez Smith

(Event 3-052) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-052. The Effectiveness of Maltreatment Interventions:
From at-Risk Families to out-of-Home Placements
Chair: Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg
Discussant: Sheree L Toth
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Are Interventions Effective In Preventing or Reducing
Maltreatment? Meta-Analyses of Randomized Controlled Trials
Lenneke Alink, Saskia Euser, M Stoltenborgh, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn

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An Attachment-Based Intervention Protocol for the Assessment
of Parenting Capacities in Child Welfare Cases
Chantal Cyr, Daniel Paquette, Karine Dubois-Comtois, Leonor
Lopez

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Efficacy of Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up With
Toddlers in Foster Care
Elizabeth Meade, Mary Dozier, Diana Barsky, Teresa Lind,
Elizabeth Allen

(Event 3-055) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-055. Intervention Impacts on the Nature and Quality of
Teacher-Student Interactions: Implications for Scale-Up
and Efficiency
Chair: Robert C Pianta
Discussant: Tamara Gail Halle
Dose-Response Relations between Pre-K Teachers' Exposure to
Coaching and Increases in Quality of Teacher-Child Interaction
Robert C Pianta, Jamie DeCoster, Sonia Q Cabell, Margaret
Burchinal, Bridget K. Hamre, Jason Downer, Jennifer
LoCasale-Crouch, Amanda P Williford, Carollee Howes

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A Randomized Controlled Trial of CLASS-Based Professional
Development Models in Georgia's Pre-Kindergarten
Diane Early, Kelly Maxwell, Bentley Ponder

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Exploring the Impact of Social and Emotional Learning on
Students at Risk for School Failure
Christina Cipriano Crowe, Susan E Rivers, Lori Nathanson,
Claudia-Santi Fernandes, Marc A Brackett

(Event 3-053) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-053. Rising Despite Risk: Adolescent Resilience in
Multiple Contexts of Risk Exposure
Chair: Jamie Amemiya
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Peer Victimization Moderates the Relationship between
Cognitive Reappraisal and Changes in Parasympathetic Activity
Kara Christensen, Amelia Aldao, Margaret A. Sheridan, Kate
McLaughlin

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Up for the Challenge: Moderate Exposure to Challenging
Stressors Buffers Impact of Deviant Peer Influence on
Antisocial Behavior
Jamie Amemiya, Kathryn Monahan

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Testing Classroom Mechanisms Linking Social-Emotional
Learning and Academic Development: Evidence from a
Randomized Trial
Meghan Patricia McCormick, Elise Cappella, Erin O'Connor,
Sandra G McClowry

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Individual and Classroom Mediators of the 4Rs Program:
Examining Mechanisms with Instrumental Variables Estimation
Andres Molano, Stephanie M Jones, Joshua L Brown, J.
Lawrence Aber

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Testing Classroom Instructional Quality as a Causal Mediator
of an Instructional Improvement Intervention on Math
Achievement
Juliette Berg, J. Lawrence Aber, Diane Early, Stacey Alicea,
Edward Deci

(Event 3-056) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-056. Next steps in emotion socialization research:
Exploring the context of parental stress and
psychopathology
Chair: Laura G McKee
Discussant: Lynn Fainsilber Fainsilber Katz
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Parental depressive symptoms and emotion regulation: Impact
on emotion socialization
Laura G McKee, Deborah J Jones, Amber Vaughn, Dianne
Stanton Ward

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Cultural differences in emotion socialization: Relations to
parenting stress and child dysregulation in US and Chinese
samples
Anne E Shaffer, Zhuo Rachel Han, Funlola Are

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(Event 3-059) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

The impact of maternal substance use on parent emotion
socialization and child emotion regulation
Julia Madeleine Shadur, Andrea Hussong

3-059. Understanding Feeding in Minority Populations
Chair: Christy YuetYu Leung
Discussant: Barbara H Fiese

(Event 3-057) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

Asian Immigrants Parents’ Early-Life Deprivation Predicts
Their Current Food Parenting Beliefs and Child Diet
Nan Zhou, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah, Merve Balkaya

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Obesity Risk in Children: The Role of Acculturation in the
Feeding Patterns of Low-Income Hispanic Families
Sheryl O. Hughes, Thomas G Power, Teresia O'Connor,
Jennifer O Fisher

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Maternal Representations of the Child, Feeding Practices,
Discipline and Depression Symptoms among Low-Income
Mothers
Christy YuetYu Leung, Katherine L Rosenblum, Alison Leslie
Miller, Niko Kaciroti, Yu Pu Chen, Julie Lumeng

3-057. Changing Your Mind: When and Why Children
Revise Their Beliefs
Chairs: Sara Haga, Judith H Danovitch

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The Influence of First-hand and Second-hand Testimony on
Children’s Belief in the Improbable
Jonathan D. Lane, Samuel Ronfard, Diana El-Sherif, Paul
Harris

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Belief Revision After Peer Disagreement in Childhood
Sara Haga, Kristina R Olson

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The Development of Belief Revision in Response to Evidence
Justin Busch, Cristine H. Legare

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Factors Correlated with Children’s Willingness to Revise their
Beliefs
Judith H Danovitch, Megan Fisher, Jason S. Moser

(Event 3-060) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-060. International Studies on Time Perspective: How
Thoughts about the Past, the Present, and the Future
Predict Adolescent Outcomes
Chairs: Zena R. Mello, Monika Buhl

(Event 3-058) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-058. How Do School-Based Interventions Improve
Children’s Academic Development? Estimating Mediation
Effects with Causal Methods
Chair: Stephanie M Jones

Time perspective: How thoughts and attitudes about the past,
the present, and the future predict outcomes in adolescence
Zena R. Mello

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Validating Adolescent Time Inventory-Time Attitude Scores in
Samples from Eight Countries
Frank C. Worrell

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Time Perspective and Self-Regulated Learning in German
Adolescents
Monika Buhl, Zena R. Mello, Hans Peter Kuhn, Frank C.
Worrell

Using Instrumental Variable Techniques to Causally Test the
Theory of Change of a School-based Intervention
Catalina E Torrente, Christina Cipriano Crowe, Lori
Nathanson, Susan E Rivers, Marc A Brackett

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Time Attitude Profiles in Academically Talented American
Adolescents
James R. Andretta, Frank C. Worrell

(Event 3-063) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Time Perspective, Physical Self-Concept, and Sports Activity in
German, Spanish, and Luxembourgian Adolescents
Svenja Konowalczyk, Rüdiger Heim

3-063. Exploring Motivational Influences on Prosocial
Behavior in Children
Chairs: Chris Moore, Amanda Williams Cook

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What do temporal profiles tell us about adolescent alcohol use?
Results from the United Kingdom
Michael McKay, Jon Cole

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Sharing behavior and sharing expectations in the light of
sociometric status and behavioral problems: A correlational
study
Monika Wörle, Markus Paulus

(Event 3-061) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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A longitudinal exploration of advantageous and
disadvantageous inequality aversion in children
Amanda Williams Cook, Chris Moore

3-061. Parenting Adolescents: An Attachment Perspective
Chairs: Jude A. Cassidy, Jason D. Jones

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Coordination games in children: Stag hunt and battle-of-thesexes
Keith Jensen, Liam Pollock

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Gone but not forgotten: The role of psychological distance on
sharing behaviour
Kristen Dunfield, Derek Dunfield, Valerie Kuhlmeier, Pamela
McDonald

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Predictors of Adolescents’ Expectancies and States of Mind in
the AAI: Intergenerational Transmission and Caregiver Support
Roger Kobak, Kristyn Zajac, Alisa Hohler

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Predictors of Changing Attachment Security From 14 to 24:
Autonomy Struggles, Supportive Behaviors, & Parental Marital
Quality
Joseph P Allen, Joseph S. Tan, Leah A. Grande

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Parental Attachment Style: Examination of Links with Parent
Secure Base Provision and Adolescent Secure Base Use
Jason D. Jones, Jude A. Cassidy

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Disorganized Attachment in Adolescence: Relations to Severity
of Abuse and Mother’s Helplessness and Need for Emotional
Support
Laura E Brumariu, Karlen Lyons-Ruth

(Event 3-064) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-064. Parent/Child Reminiscences About Emotion-laden
Events: Links with Attachment Security, Emotion
Knowledge, and Social Competence
Chairs: Brian E Vaughn, Manuela Verissimo
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(Event 3-062) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

Child Attachment Security in Relation to Mothers’ Secure Base
Script Knowledge and Maternal Narrative Styles in a Korean
Sample
Nana Shin

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3-062. Supportive Relationships and Academic and
Psychosocial Outcomes for Immigrant-Origin, Emerging
Adults in Community Colleges
Chair: Naila Smith

Relations Between Mothers' Attachment Security and
Elaborative/evaluative Talk: Moderated by Child Withdrawal
and Emotion Valence
Gabrielle Coppola, Sylvia Ponzetti, Brian E Vaughn

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The contribution of mother-child and father-child
communication, quality of attachment to the acquisition of
emotional knowledge.
Manuela Verissimo, Ana Rebelo, Joana Maia, Bruno Ferreira,
Brian E Vaughn

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Children’s Attachment Security, Memory Narratives, and Social
Competence with Peers
Kelly K. Bost

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Help-Seeking Practices and Beliefs among Immigrant-Origin
Emerging Adult Community College Students
Sandra I. Dias, Carola Suarez-Orozco

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Peer Contextual Influences on Community College Students’
Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Engagement
Naila Smith, Sukhmani Singh, Carola Suarez-Orozco

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‘Students like me’: The Role of Peer Relationships for the
Integration of Emerging Adult Language Learners in
Community Colleges
Tasha Darbes, Carola Suarez-Orozco

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Immigrant-Origin Emerging Adults in Community Colleges:
Stereotype Vulnerability, Student Engagement, and Academic
Achievement
Sukhmani Singh, Carola Suarez-Orozco

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(Event 3-065) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-067) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-065. DNA Methylation in a Developmental Context
Chair: Edward D Barker
Discussant: Sara R Jaffee

3-067. Using Strategies as a Crystal Ball: Which Strategies
Predict Mathematics Achievement?
Chairs: Elida V Laski, Marina Vasilyeva

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Epigenetic Pathways to Conduct Problems
Rebecca Smith

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Mediating effects of epigenome-wide DNA methylation on the
association between prenatal risk and conduct problems in
adolescence
Esther Walton

Computational Fluency and Strategy Choice Mediate CrossNational Differences on Complex Arithmetic Tasks
Marina Vasilyeva, Elida V Laski

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DNA co-methylation patterns in neurotransmitter system genes
at birth and youth psychiatric symptoms
Charlotte A. M. Cecil

Girls’ Arithmetic Strategies in First Grade as Predictors of
Fifth Grade Arithmetic Fluency and Analytical Math Reasoning
Skills
Beth M Casey, Caitlin S Lombardi, Amanda Pollock, Bonnie
Fineman, Elizabeth Pezaris, Eric Dearing

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Changes in Preschooler’s Strategies on the Number Line Task:
Effect of a Mid-point Reference
Chang Xu, Jo-Anne LeFevre

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Number-Line Estimation and Mathematical Achievement
Carley G Piatt, Jeffrey Bisanz, Joanne Volden

(Event 3-066) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-066. Extending Conceptions of Parent-Child
Transactions: Reciprocal Effects with Parenting and
Underlying Psychological Mechanisms
Chair: Wendy M Rote

(Event 3-068) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Reciprocal Relationships between Parenting and Young
Adolescents’ Friendships in Turkey: The Role of Maternal
Socialization Goals
Duane Rudy, Asiye Kumru, Gustavo Carlo, Melike Fatma Sayil,
Bilge Yagmurlu, Zehra Gulseven

3-068. Two-generation intervention approaches for families
living in poverty: Insights from neuroscience, psychology,
and intervention
Chair: Pilyoung Kim
Discussant: Sarah E Watamura

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Reactive and Proactive Aggression: Differential Links with
Maternal Criticism and Emotion Regulation Difficulties in
Adolescence
Skyler T. Hawk, Simona Skripkauskaite, Susan J.T. Branje

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The Role of Childhood Poverty Exposure in Neural Sensitivity
to Baby Cries in Adulthood
Pilyoung Kim, Shaun H Ho, Gary W Evans, Israel Liberzon,
James E. Swain

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Individual and Relational Differences in Children’s Perceptions
of Maternal Guilt Induction
Wendy M Rote, Judith G Smetana

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Recursive Effects of Maternal Perspective Taking and Child
Knowledge on Autonomy Support
Geneviève Aimee Mageau, Joan E Grusec, Amanda Sherman,
Richard Koestner, Julien S. Bureau

Effects of socioeconomic status on cognition and related neural
systems in childhood and adulthood
Courtney Stevens, Eric Pakulak, Yoshiko Yamada, Amanda
Hampton Wray, Helen Neville

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Increased Child Externalizing Symptoms in Families Receiving
Only Child-Directed vs. Child and Adult-Directed Intervention
Marina M Mendoza, Lisa Schlueter McFadyen-Ketchum,
Eliana Hurwich-Reiss, Sarah E Watamura

(Event 3-069) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-069. Expectations about Children’s Outcomes in Quality
Rating and Improvement Systems: Perspectives on an
Expanded Conceptual Framework
Moderator: Kathryn A Tout
Panelists: Martha Zaslow, Rena Hallam, Kimberly Boller,
Ivelisse M Martinez-Beck

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(Event 3-070) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Time-Varying Effects of Family Ethnic Socialization on EthnicRacial Identity Development Among Latino Adolescents
Sara Douglass, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor

3-070. Making Developmental Theory: The Case of
Attachment
Chairs: Jeannette Mageo, Hiltrud Otto

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Observed Maternal Support, Conflict, & Adolescent Respect for
Elders in the Context of Racial Socialization with Black
Adolescents
Mia A. Smith-Bynum, DeLeon Gray, Marisa F. Franco, Nkemke
Anyiwo, BreAnna L. Davis, Devin English

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Cultural variations of attachment formation
Hiltrud Otto

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The socialization of trust & security: diverse pathways across
cultures
Thomas S Weisner

(Event 3-073) Paper Session
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Separation and insecurity as necessary parts the attachment
process
Jeannette Mageo

3-073. Subtypes of Aggression: Developmental
Considerations and Implications for Practice
Chair: Julie A Hubbard

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What's ethological about the ethological theory of attachment
behavior?
Marga Vicedo

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Australian Teachers’ and Parents’ Beliefs and Intervention
Responses to Relational and Physical Aggression During Early
Childhood
Cara Swit, Anne Louise McMaugh, Wayne Warburton

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Better Understanding Associations of Social Cognitions,
Distress, and Leadership with Aggression for High Risk Urban
Youth
Stephen Leff, Courtney N. Baker, Tracy Evian Waasdorp

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Characterizing and Validating Proactive and Reactive
Aggression Classes in a Large, Prospective Sample
Jessica Bodie, Deborah A. G. Drabick

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Teacher Factors Contributing to Implementation of the KiVa
Anti-Bullying Program
Lauren Elizabeth Swift, Julie A Hubbard, Megan Bookhout,
Stevie N Grassetti, Marissa A Smith

(Event 3-071) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-071. Exploring the Bilingual Executive Function
Advantage in Spanish- and English-Speaking Dual
Language Learners
Chair: Clancy Blair
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Relations between Executive Functioning and Second Language
Fluency for Young English-Spanish Bilingual Children
Lindsey A Hutchison, Danielle L Mead, Adam Winsler

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Executive Function and Academic Outcomes in Dual Language
Learners
M. Paula Daneri, Clancy Blair

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(Event 3-074) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

Effects of Bilingualism on Executive Functioning and Science
Knowledge in Spanish- and English-Speaking Head Start
Preschoolers
Lisa White, Daryl B Greenfield

3-074. To Remember or Not Remember? Consolidation
and Forgetting as Mechanisms of Cognitive Development
Chair: Haley A Vlach

Mothers' Spanish-English Talk and their Young Children's
Inhibitory Control
Jenessa Malin, Daniela Aldoney, Natasha Cabrera

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Consolidation: Recovery Periods of Sleep and Wake Lead to
Stabilization of Learning in the Developing Brain
Katharine Newman-Smith, Michelle Sandoval, Rebecca Gomez

(Event 3-072) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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When Time Delays Improve Memory: Consolidation and
Children’s Susceptibility to Retroactive Interference
Kevin Darby, Vladimir Sloutsky

3-072. Racial Socialization among Asian American, Latino,
and African American Youth: Measurement and Links to
Identity and Attitudes
Chair: Linda P Juang
Discussant: Nancy E Hill

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Developmental Differences in Category Representation:
Evidence from Recognition Memory
Wei (Sophia) Deng, Vladimir Sloutsky

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Children That Forget Faster Remember More: Individual and
Developmental Differences in Interleaved Learning
Carla Kraft, Haley A Vlach

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Development of an Asian American Parental Racial/Ethnic
Socialization Scale
Linda P Juang, Yishan Shen, Su Yeong Kim

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Neonatal Predictors of Mathematical Performance in Children
Born Very Preterm
Victoria Simms, Elaine Boyle, Sarah Clayton, Lucy Cragg,
Camilla K Gilmore, Caroline Lockley, Neil Marlow, Kathryn
Payne, Samantha Johnson

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Childhood Psychiatric Sequelae of Very Preterm Birth:
Prevalence and Risk Factors
Samudragupta Bora, Stephanie Moore, Lianne J Woodward

(Event 3-075) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-075. Culture and family process in diverse families
Chair: Anna Gassman-Pines
Discussant: Ann C Crouter
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Sociocultural Stressors, Parenting Behavior, and Child WellBeing: A Longitudinal Examination from Pregnancy to 5-Years
Postpartum
Katharine Zeiders, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Laudan B
Jahromi, Kimberly Updegraff

(Event 3-078) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

Psychological Acculturation and Parenting Behaviors in Latino
Immigrant Families
Anna Gassman-Pines, Ann T. Skinner

3-078. New approaches to understanding SES differences
in neurocognitive development across the lifespan
Chair: Ozlem Ece Demir
Discussant: Nathan A Fox

Family process, cultural socialization, and adjustment among
internationally adopted Korean adolescents
Richard M Lee, Adam Beaupre, Xiang Zhou, Kayla N.
Anderson, Alison Hu

Early predictors of language development in infants from lowSES families: a multi-ethnic eye-tracking study in the
community
Przemyslaw Tomalski, Haiko Ballieux, Annette KarmiloffSmith, Mark H Johnson, Elena Kushnerenko, Derek Graham
Moore

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Socioeconomic status may drive divergent reading skillcoherence relationships in right visuospatial tracts
Margaret M Gullick, Ozlem Ece Demir, James R Booth

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Higher parental education may protect against age-related
decline of regional cerebral blood flow in the prefrontal cortex
Daniel A Hackman, Peter J. Gianaros, Dora H Kuan, Stephen
Bennett Manuck

(Event 3-076) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-076. Infants and Toddlers' Social Inferences from Causal
and Probabilistic Events
Chair: Anna Waismeyer
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Preference, dislike, or neutral goal: Context-dependent
interpretation of nonrandom sampling behavior by 2- and 3year-olds
Lili Ma, Madeline Montoya, Maria Ilieff, Fei Xu

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The Invisible Hand: Toddlers Represent Hidden Agents Given
Unexplained Causal Events
Yang Wu, Paul Muentener, Laura E Schulz

(Event 3-079) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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Understanding transitive preference in infancy
Yuyan Luo, You-jung Choi

3-079. Navigating the Adolescent Years in China
Chairs: Yang Qu, Eva Pomerantz

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Young children’s learning about social causality from
probabilistic displays
Anna Waismeyer, Andrew N Meltzoff

American and Chinese Conceptions of Adolescence:
Implications for Differences in Adolescent Pathways
Yang Qu, Eva Pomerantz, Meifang Wang, Qian Wang, Andrei
Cimpian, Florrie Fei-Yin Ng

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Mothers’, Fathers’, and Early Adolescents’ Expectations about
Family Obligations in Nine Countries
Jennifer E Lansford, Jennifer Godwin, Liliana Maria Uribe
Tirado, Arnaldo Zelli, Liane Peña Alampay, Suha Al-Hassan,
Dario Bacchini, Anna Silvia Bombi, Marc H Bornstein, Lei
Chang, Kirby Deater-Deckard, Laura Di Giunta, Kenneth A
Dodge, Patrick S Malone, Paul Oburu, Concetta Pastorelli,
Ann T. Skinner, Emma Sorbring, Sombat Tapanya

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Popularity and Social Preference in Chinese Adolescents:
Associations with Social and Behavioral Adjustment
Doran C French, Li Niu, Siyu Xu, Shenghua Jin, Li Ling

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Shyness-Sensitivity and Adjustment in Urban Chinese Children:
A Longitudinal Study from Childhood to Early Adolescence
Xinyin Chen, Fan Yang, Li Wang

(Event 3-077) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-077. Predicting Developmental Outcomes in Very
Preterm Children
Chair: Victoria Simms
Discussant: H. Gerry Taylor
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Brain scans of very preterm infants shortly after birth can
predict long-term neurodevelopmental impairments
Peter J Anderson, Lex W Doyle, Hiroko Kidokoro, Katherine
Lee, Jeannie Cheong, Jeffrey Neil, Terrie Inder

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(Event 3-080) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-082) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-080. Perceptions of Societal Fairness and Social
Exclusion among Urban Minority Youth: Findings from
the NYCASES
Chair: Selcuk R. Sirin
Discussant: Matthew Diemer

3-082. RDoC Negative Valence Systems: Neural correlates
of the Loss and Sustained Threat Constructs in Youth
Chair: Brandon E Gibb

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The error-related negativity (ERN) and developmental
trajectories of risk for anxiety
Greg Hajcak Proudfit, Alexandria Meyer, Autumn Kujawa,
Dana Torpey-Newman, Daniel Klein

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Children’s Depressive Symptoms and Neural Reactivity to
Emotional Stimuli
Katie Lynn Burkhouse, Max Owens, Brandon E Gibb

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Examining the Positive and Negative Valence Systems in
Adolescents of Affectively-Ill Mothers
Randy Patrick Auerbach, Angela Pisoni, Colin H. Stanton,
Poornima Kumar, Diego A. Pizzagalli

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Attentional bias to affective stimuli in children: Evidence from
eye-tracking and event-related potentials
Brandon E Gibb, Max Owens, Greg Hajcak Proudfit

Beliefs about the American system predict risky behavior over
the course of adolescence among minority immigrant and native
youth
Erin Brooke Godfrey, Taveeshi Gupta, Selcuk R. Sirin, Laura
Wray-Lake

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Examining Correlates of Civic Engagement among Immigrant
Adolescents in the United States
Laura Wray-Lake, Wendy M Rote, Taveeshi Gupta, Erin Brooke
Godfrey, Selcuk R. Sirin

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Examining Intersectional Invisibility among Urban Adolescents
Juan S Del Toro, Selcuk R. Sirin

(Event 3-081) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-083) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-081. New Perspectives on the Development of Ownership
Reasoning: The Influence of Social Knowledge and Sociocultural Environments
Chairs: Patricia Kanngiesser, Ori Friedman
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Preschoolers use Emotions to Infer who Owns What
Madison Pesowski, Ori Friedman

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Whose Idea is it Anyway: Reputation and Idea Theft
Alex W. Shaw, Kristina R Olson

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The Development of Ownership Understanding in Small-scale
Societies
Patricia Kanngiesser, Federico Rossano, Henriette Zeidler,
Michael Tomasello

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Ethical Reasoning About Ownership in 3- to 7- year-old
Children of 8 Cultures
Philippe Rochat, Gustavo Faigenbaum

3-083. Technology Enhanced Interventions for Remotely
Strengthening Parenting and Caregiving of Very Young
Children
Chair: Edward Feil
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Web-based adaption of a home-visiting program for lowincome mothers of infants: Preliminary results
Edward Feil, Kathleen M. Baggett, Betsy Davis, Susan H.
Landry, Ursula Y Johnson

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Examining the Use and Effectiveness of Cell Phones to
Enhance Home-Visiting Parenting Interventions
Kathryn Bigelow, Dale Walker

●

Effects of A Web-Based Professional Development Program for
Strengthening Child Care Teachers of Infants
Kathleen M. Baggett, Betsy Davis

(Event 3-084) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am
3-084. Strategies for engaging the public in child
development research
Moderator: Susan M. Letourneau
Panelists: Howard Kurtzman, Tiffany Lohwater, Marta C.
Biarnes

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(Event 3-085) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-088) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-085. Learning to Play: Identifying and Assessing Key
Elements of Playful Learning
Chair: Brenna Hassinger-Das
Discussant: Deena Skolnick Weisberg

3-088. Using Daily Diary Methods to Assess Coping
Responses to Stress Among Children, Adolescents, and
Parents in Diverse Contexts
Chairs: Michael R Sladek, Leah D Doane Sampey

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Everyday Positive Family Interactions Attenuate Emotional
Reactivity to Academic and Peer Problems
Sunhye Bai, Rena Repetti, Theodore F. Robles

●

Synchrony in Parent-Child Diurnal Cortisol Over Eight Days
Delana Marie Parker, Rena Repetti, Theodore F. Robles

●

Stress, Coping, and Mood among Low-Income Latino
Adolescents: A Daily Diary Study
Catherine DeCarlo Santiago, Stephanie A. Torres

●

Naturalistic Assessment of Daily Emotions, Coping Responses,
and Cortisol Reactivity Among Adolescents in the College
Context
Michael R Sladek, Leah D Doane Sampey

Talking Shape: Parental Language During Play with Electronic
vs. Traditional Shape Sorters
Jennifer M. Zosh, Brian Nicholas Verdine, Andrew Filipowicz,
Roberta M Golinkoff, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Nora S
Newcombe

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Math-Talk Between Caregiver-Preschooler Dyads During Three
Informal Play Activities
Emily Daubert, Geetha B. Ramani, Meredith L. Rowe

●

Playing for Words: Best Practices for Guided Play in Support of
Vocabulary Development
Tamara Spiewak Toub, Brenna Hassinger-Das, Kimberly
Turner Nesbitt, Burcu Unlutabak, Stephany A. Wilson, Ageliki
Nicolopoulou, Molly Fuller Collins, Hande Ilgaz, Katherine
Newman, Elizabeth Burke Hadley, Bretta L. Rivera, Kathryn A
Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff, David K Dickinson

(Event 3-089) Paper Session
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-086) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-089. Spatial Reasoning in Early and Middle Childhood
Chair: Andrea Frick

3-086. Neural Correlates of Executive Function in Early
Childhood
Chair: Amanda R Tarullo
Discussant: Philip David Zelazo
●

Modulation of the EEG Alpha Rhythm in Children
Jennifer Martin McDermott, Sarah Jo Torgrimson, Phillip
Desrochers

●

To Stroop or Not to Stroop: Links Between Executive
Processing and Brain Activity During Early Childhood
Kimberly Cuevas, Martha Ann Bell, Susan D Calkins

●

The Role of the N2 ERP Component in Cool and Hot Executive
Function in Preschool Children
Amanda R Tarullo, Ashley St. John, Stacey N Doan, Srishti
Nayak

Contribution of sex, age, and spatial abilities to the development
of route learning skills
Yingying YANG, Edward Charles Merrill, Zach Himmelberger

●

Evaluating Relations Between Spatial Language and Spatial
Skills Across Tasks
Hilary E. Miller, Vanessa R. Simmering, Haley A Vlach

●

Spatial Abilities Predict Later Mathematics Achievement: A
Longitudinal Study
Andrea Frick, Wenke Möhring, Nora S Newcombe

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Spatial Reasoning Development During the Middle School
Years: Dissociating Object Transformations from Viewer
Transformations
Karin Vander Heyden, Mariëtte Huizinga, Kees-Jan Kan, Jelle
Jolles

(Event 3-087) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

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3-087. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Benefits and
the Challenges of using Administrative Data for Research
and Evaluation
Moderator: Nancy Geyelin Margie
Panelists: Charles Michalopoulos, Catherine C. Ayoub, Beth L.
Green, Robert Goerge

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(Event 3-090) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-093) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

3-090. Differential Effects of Early Child Care Quality on
Children’s Behavioral Development
Chair: Martine Broekhuizen
Discussant: Michael Pluess

3-093. Risk and Protective factors among Transgender
Youth
Chair: Jenifer Kristine McGuire
Discussant: Stephen T Russell

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Children’s Behavioral Adjustment in Preschool: Do we Only
Have to Worry About Children With a Difficult Temperament?
Antje von Suchodoletz, Ross A Larsen

●

Profiles of Internal and External Assets Among Transgender
Youth: An Examination Using Latent Class Analysis
Russell B Toomey, Amy K. Syvertsen

●

Individual Differences in Effects of Child Care Quality: The
Role of Child Self-Regulation and Gender
Martine Broekhuizen, Marcel van Aken, Judith Semon Dubas,
Hanna Mulder, Paul PM Leseman

●

Resilience among transgender youth who experienced
homelessness prior to age 18
Jenifer Kristine McGuire, Jory Catalpa, Sasha Davison

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Child Care Quality for At-Risk and Non-Risk Children:
Moderating Effects With Temperament and Gender
Joana Cadima, Tiago Ferreira, Karine Verschueren, Teresa
Leal, Joana Vieira, Paula Mena Matos

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Risk & Resources: The Role of School Policies & Practices in
the Well-being of Transgender Youth
Emily Greytak, Neal Andrew Palmer

Saturday, 10:25am-11:40am

(Event 3-091) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

(Event 3-094) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 10:25am-11:40am

3-091. Sophisticated Aspects of Word Learning: Extension,
Animacy, Color, and Negation
Chair: Elika Bergelson
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Narrowing Meaning Specificity from 12-20 Months
Elika Bergelson, Richard N Aslin

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The Early and Gradual Construction of Color Word Meanings
Katie Wagner, Tori Aroworade, Alayna Chilson, Tera Cooper,
Jill Jergens, David A Barner

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When veps cry: Two-year-olds efficiently learn new words
from ambient language
Brock Ferguson, Sandra R Waxman

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The Processing of Negation in Adults and Children
Ann Nordmeyer, Michael C. Frank

3-094. Poster Session 11
Attention, Learning, Memory
1

Relations Between Symptoms of Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder and Autonomic Regulation with
Reading Achievement.
Derek Becker

2

Examining the Impact of a School-Based Mindfulness
Curriculum on Children’s Attention and Self-Regulation
Astrida Seja Kaugars, Ashley Moss, Tracey Sparrow, Nicola
Ciurro

3

Newly Sitting Infants Allocate Attention to Memory and
Inhibition at the Expense of Postural Control
Julie Sonsini, Sarah Berger, Regina T. Harbourne

(Event 3-092) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 9:55am-11:25am

4

Electronic vs. Paper Storybooks for Preschoolers: Attention,
Learning, and Memory
Anna Richter, Mary L Courage

3-092. The development of quantity representation for
objects and substances
Chair: Yin-Juei Chang
Discussant: Susan E Carey

5

Infant Statistical Learners Attend Selectively to Patterned over
Random Visual Objects
Kristen Swan Tummeltshammer, Rachel Wu, Natasha Kirkham

6

Guiding attention to children's graph comprehension
Lei Yuan, Steven Franconeri, David H Uttal

7

The Role of Eye Gaze in Adjective Learning
Audrey Utti, Joseph M Burling, Hanako Yoshida

8

Neural Network Simulations of Cognitive Control in the
Dimensional Change Card-Sort Task
Jeffrey Coldren, Thomas R Shultz

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Multiple cues promote infants’ quantity discrimination for noncohesive substances
Yin-Juei Chang, Susan Hespos, Lance J Rips

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Number counts for infants
Elizabeth M Brannon, Ariel Starr

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Developmental Change in Number and Area Discrimination
Kristy vanMarle, Felicia W Chu, Yi Mou, David C Geary

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9

10

Inhibition, social development, and prefrontal hemodynamics in
typical development: a NIRS study
Elizabeth G. Smith, Afrouz Anderson, Mika Maeda, Fatima
Chowdhry, Yasaman Ardeshirpour, Viktor Chernomordik,
Audrey Thurm, Amir Gandjbakhche

Cortisol, puberty, and mental health and behavior problems in
adolescence
Sonya Negriff, Darby E. Saxbe, Penelope K Trickett

25

Quality of Parenting Affects Response and Recovery From a
Social Stressor
Adrienne VanZomeren-Dohm, Jenalee Doom, Megan R Gunnar

Relations between key executive functions and aggression in
childhood
Viktor Granvald, Carin Tillman

24

11

Emotional Autobiographical Memories: Event-related
Potentials (ERPs) Reveal Differential Neural Processing
Monique Alicia Mendonca, Jacqueline S Leventon, Patricia J
Bauer

12

The Etiology of the Association Between Mental Development
and Working Memory in Toddlerhood
Lauren Micalizzi, Kimberly J Saudino

13

Development of the Life Story in Adolescence
Kristina L. Steiner, David B Pillemer

14

Does Helping Children Retrieve Past Information Improve
Their Future Thinking?
Julian Caza, Cristina Atance

15

The effects of emotional valence and arousal on item and source
memory across development
Margaret Sundel, Abby Hsiung, Sarah Louise Blankenship,
Louis Marti, Elizabeth Mulligan, Tracy Riggins

Cognitive Processes
26

"Getting ill by the wind": Cultural differences in children's
understanding of illness causation
Melanie Nyhof

27

Afterlife beliefs in Chinese populations: the influence of culture
and cognitive development
Melanie Nyhof, Kelly James Clark

28

Teaching Children About Evolution Through Analogical
Encoding
Andrew Evan Shtulman, Cara Neal, Gabrielle Lindquist

29

Leveraging Intuitive Theories in Nutrition Education
Sarah J Gripshover, Ellen M Markman

30

Quantifying Subjective Experience: Is Pre-recorded Video
Really Non-contingent from the Child’s Perspective?
Lauren J. Myers, Lauren Steinbeck, Makenzie Danis, Emily
Crawford, Claire Murphy

31

The Effect of Parents’ Beliefs and Religious Tradition on
Muslim and Christian Children’s Understanding of Prayer
Nicholas John Shaman, Anondah R Saide, Insia Hirawala,
Rebekah A. Richert

32

Young Adults' Essentialist Beliefs About Social Change
R. Cole Cole Eidson, John D. Coley

Biological Processes
16

Relationships between gene NR3C1 and anxiety disorders
among adolescents: Mediation of personality traits
Shijian Chen, FANG FAN, Yanyun Qin

17

Brain Activity and Mood Are Influenced by Mindfulness
Meditation in Children
Sarah Worch, Nancy Aaron Jones, Krystal D Mize

33

18

Neural Response to Threat in Children with Early Life Stress: A
Quantitative Meta-Analysis
Tyler C. Hein, Christopher S Monk

Accessibility to Relational Terms Aids Nonverbal Relational
Judgments
Nicole Marie Scott, Maria D Sera

34

19

Childhood Adversity Predicts the Structural Integrity of Limbic
White Matter Tracts in Combat Veterans
Layla Banihashemi, Lei K. Sheu, Peter J. Gianaros, Anne
Germain, Ryan J. Herringa

Picture This: Teaching Body Knowledge to Young Children
Through Pictures
Michelle Heron-Delaney, Stephanie Malone

35

Linking Children’s Actions with Objects to Child-Directed
Speech About Objects
Imac Maria Zambrana, Samuel Ronfard

20

Infants’ neural responses to other infants’ crying and laughing
sounds
Manuela Missana, Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Tobias
Grossmann

36

Neurophysiological Correlates of Mindsets in School-Aged
Children: Evidence from Error Monitoring Studies
Megan Fisher, Hans Schroder, Judith H Danovitch, Jason S.
Moser

21

Breastfeeding Exposure Specifically Impacts Infant Attention to
Happy Expressions
Kathleen Krol, Tobias Grossmann

37

An Experimental Investigation of Peer Influence on Risky
Decision-Making
Shelly Sadek McCoy, Misaki Natsuaki

22

Happy Children Respond Well to Stress: Shifting the Paradigm
from Reactivity to Adaptability
Anja C. Huizink, Barbara Menting, Brittany Evans, Gwen
Dieleman, Kirstin Greaves-Lord, Jan Van der Ende

38

Developmental changes in decision making: The influence of
working memory, inhibition and fluid intelligence
Julia Karbach, Kerstin Unger

39

23

How soon do neighborhoods matter? Investigating longitudinal
associations between neighborhood disadvantage and early
child stress
Jason Ray David Rarick, Eric Daniel Finegood, Clancy Blair

How Preschoolers’ Nonverbal Calculation is Related to Early
Cardinality and ANS Acuity Changes Over Time
Felicia W Chu, Kristy vanMarle, David C Geary

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40

Examining the Importance of Child- and Parent-Level
Cognitive Factors in Predicting Children’s Early Math Abilities
Leanne Keller, Melissa E Libertus

56

Biological motion identification and Autism Spectrum Disorder
(ASD) symptomatology
Kristyn Wright, Elizabeth Anne Kelley, Diane Poulin-Dubois

41

Proportional Reasoning, Whole Number Comparison, and
Numerical Estimation
Ty W Boyer, Carolyn Gibson

57

42

Early environmental and cognitive predictors of STEM
achievement
Angela Merritt, Zhe Chen

Multidimensional Social Competence Scale Ratings are
Associated with Facial Emotion Recognition in Children with
and without ASD
Sarah Hutchison, Elina Birmingham, Jodi Yager, Grace Iarocci

58

43

Is Eating Healthy Bearable? Examining Children's Transfer of
Health-Related Concepts from a Storybook
Eric Devin Smith, Angeline Lillard

Parent mediated intervention: Social engagement of toddlers
with ASD during play with mothers
Jillian Pierucci

59

44

More than meets the eye: The development of children’s crosssectioning ability
Christopher J Young, Alana E Dulaney, Joanna Schiffman,
Susan Cohen Levine

Characterizing Caregiver Responses to Repetitive Behaviors in
Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Clare Harrop, Wendy Shih, Amanda Gulsrud, Lilit Hovespyan,
Connie Lynn Kasari

60

Music Therapy, Language, and Social Communication in
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review
and Meta-Analysis
Ani Whitmore, Andrea Barton-Hulsey, Nicole Lim, MaryAnn
Romski, Rose A Sevcik

61

Teacher-Child Relationships and Behavior Outcomes among
Children with and without Disabilities
Amy L Tate, Natalie Sibole, Jeremy Humphrey

45

Executive control development is driven by a shift in the type of
environmental information that children prioritize
Nicolas Chevalier, Bruno Dauvier, Agnes Blaye

46

Do children adjust cognitive control to the context: a study in 7and 9-year-olds
Joanna Lucenet, Agnes Blaye

47

The role of executive function in developing relationship skills:
Longitudinal links from toddlerhood to middle childhood.
Amanda Aldercotte, Rory T. Devine, Claire H Hughes

48

49

50

Developmental Psychopathology
62

Growth and Achievement in Multiplication Fluency from Third
through Sixth Grade
Jessica Carrique, Nicole Hansen, Nancy C Jordan

Predicting ADHD Symptoms in Internationally Adopted
Children
Alyssa Miller, Megan R Gunnar, Bonny Donzella, Kalsea J
Koss

63

Examining How Numeracy Abilities Influence Children’s
Understanding of Measurement
Samantha Makosz, Joanna Zambrzycka, Donna Kotsopoulos

Parasympathetic Nervous System Dysregulation Underlying
Working Memory Deficits in Children with ADHD
Anthony Ward, Gabriella Alarcon, Joel Nigg, Erica D. Musser

64

Prenatal testosterone exposure does not increase aggressive and
antisocial behaviors in humans: An opposite-sex twin study
Kailie Kipfmiller, Megan Donohue, Kelly Lynn Klump, S.
Alexandra Burt

65

Atypical Neural Responses to Vocal Fear are Associated with
Callous and Unemotional Behaviors in Early Childhood
Caroline P. Hoyniak, John E Bates, Isaac T. Petersen, ChungLin Yang, Isabelle Darcy, Nathalie Fontaine

66

A Cross Cultural Look at Parenting Beliefs about Child Rearing
and Talk to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Veronica Smith

Development of Impulsive Behavior in Adolescents: a Latent
Transition Approach
Biyao Wang, Jieting Zhang, Minqiang Zhang, Jianing You, Jun
Hu

67

An Examination of Mother and Daughter Pragmatics in Girls
with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Emily Dillon

Risky Decision-Making Across Development, the Effects of
Early Adverse Experiences, and the Role of ADHD
Kathryn Humphreys, Steve Lee, Nim Tottenham

68

A population-based quasi-experimental study of interpregnancy
interval and offspring neuropsychiatric and academic outcomes
Quetzal Athena Class, Martin E. Rickert, A. Sara Oberg, Henrik
Larsson, Paul Lichtenstein, Brian M. D'Onofrio

Development of Fraction Number Line Estimation from Fourth
through Sixth Grade
Nicole Hansen, Nancy C Jordan

Developmental Disabilities
51

52

53

Grammatical and Perceptual Characteristics of Spontaneous
Speech in High Functioning Autism: Are We Discriminating
Listeners?
Mary Andrianopoulos, Marina Simons, Elena Zaretsky

54

The Impact of a Behavior Support Intervention on Parenting
Stress Among Families of Children with Autism
Stephanie Fox, Laura Corona, Melissa Rinaldi, Kristin
Christodulu

55

Impaired implicit sequence learning in language-impaired
children with autism
Hanady Bani Hani, Aparna Nadig

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69

70

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Mediates the Relationship
between Pessimistic Cognitive Style and Depression in Early
Adolescence
Danielle Zambrano, Nicole Dana Seligman, Ashleigh R. MolzAdams, Jonathan P. Stange, Jared K. O''Garro-Moore, Lyn Y.
Abramson, Lauren B. Alloy

Relating Participation in Various Activities During Afterschool
Hours and Risk-Taking Behaviors in Late Adolescence
Ryan Lewis, Sabrina Kataoka, Kenneth Tae Han Lee, Kirstie
Hewson, Deborah L Vandell

83

Gambling Trajectories in Adolescence: A Canadian
Longitudinal Study
Claudine Giguere, Frank Vitaro, Michel Boivin, Mara
Brendgen, Alain Girard

Daily Worries and Fluctuations in Adolescents’ Diurnal HPA
Patterns: The Moderating Role of Depressive Symptoms
Reout Arbel, Lauren Spies Shapiro, Ilana Kellerman, Michelle
C. Ramos, Adela C Timmons, Gayla Margolin

82

Education, Schooling

71

A Prospective Study of Emotional Symptoms and Disorders
from Preschool Age to Early School Age
Annette M Klein, Anna Andreas, Yvonne Otto, Kai von Klitzing

84

The Developmental Course of Media Literacy in Adolescents
and Young Adults and Its Impact on Other Areas of Capability
Carolin Braun, Verena Gralke, Gerhild Nieding

72

Expectations of Maternal Social Behaviour as a Predictor of
Self-compassion in Anxious Solitary Children
Divya Peter, Heidi Gazelle

85

Orthographic skills are crucial for Chinese children learning to
read in English
Sha Tao, Yuqin Zeng, Malatesha Joshi

73

Delta-beta coupling is associated with behavioral markers but
not with neuroendocrine markers of anxiety risk
Randi A. Phelps, Holly A. Howe, Rebecca J Brooker, Kristin A
Buss

86

Bidirectional Effects of Student Vocabulary Knowledge on
Student Learning within a Reading Buddies Program
Stephanie J Nunn, Anna M. Hartranft, Rebecca D. Silverman,
Melinda Martin-Beltran, Megan Madigan Peercy

74

Neural response to social status information mediates the
relationship between depressive symptoms and peer
victimization
Kyung Hwa Lee, Jennifer S. Silk, Grace E. Lee, Cecile D
Ladouceur, Ronald E Dahl, Greg J. Siegle

87

The Home Learning Environment and Achievement: SelfRegulation and Executive Function as Mediators
Cassandra Lynn Simons, Susan Sonnenschein, Shuyan Sun

88

Children's Academic Readiness in Head Start: The Effect of
Parent Social Capital and Parent Involvement
Kelley L. O'Carroll

89

Filipino Mothers’ Time Spent Playing with their Children and
Children’s Prosocial Behavior and Academic Performance
Aileen Garcia, Melissa Garabiles

90

Rural and Urban Head Start Children’s Vocabulary and
Emergent Literacy: Relation to Cultural Capital and Home
Learning Environment
Kathryn E Bojczyk, Annie Davis, Hye K. Pae, Heather Rogers
Haverback, Rihana S. Mason

91

Constructing Meaning from Print: What the Errors of Urban
Pre-Kindergarteners Reveal about their Literacy Development
Linda Baker, Alisa Zeliger-Kandasamy, Laura DeWyngaert,
Brittany Lee, Kruti Vyas

92

The Influence of Home Language Exposure on Bilingual
Preschoolers’ Early Language and Literacy Screening
Performance
Alisha K. Wackerle-Hollman, Lillian Duran

75

Children’s perception of relationship closeness as a buffer
against parental overcontrol and depression in middle
childhood.
Stassja Sichko, Hannah Faith Rasmussen, Jessica Lauren
Borelli, Patricia A Smiley, Anthony Gómez, Alix Girard, Laura
River

76

Aberrant increase in amygdala response to anticipated loss in
adolescent girls with depression
Sohye Kim, Carla Sharp, Lane Strathearn

77

Processing speed predicts treatment outcomes in children with
ADHD-I
Christopher John Adalio, Elizabeth B Owens, Keith McBurnett,
Stephen P Hinshaw, Linda Pfiffner

78

Preliminary Results from an RCT of a home visiting program,
Promoting First Relationships ® , in a Sample of Toddlers in
CPS
Monica L Oxford, Susan Spieker, Charles Fleming, Mary Jane
Lohr

79

Racial/ethnic Differences in Alcohol Use Trajectories among
Adolescents in the Child Welfare System
Cindy Y Huang, Christian Connell

93

Learning to Measure: How Does Children’s Initial Knowledge
Interact with Instruction through Action and Gesture?
Eliza Congdon, Susan Cohen Levine

80

Attachment Disruptions and Deviant Peer Affiliation Increase
Risk Among Suicidal Adolescents
Darnee Lawrence, Alisa Hohler, Charlotte Yasinski, R Rogers
Kobak

94

Gaming the system: Teaching Preschool Children Number
Knowledge Through Games
Charles Allen Bleiker, Gretter Hernandez

95

Taiwanese elementary students’ strategies and performance in
numerosity estimation
Yi-Hua Cheng, Meng-Lung Lai, Yu-ching Yeh

96

Becoming a Woman too Early: The Role of Parents and Early
Puberty in Aspirations for College
Amira Halawah, Rona Carter

81

Timing of First Substance Use: Risks from Parental Divorce
and Paternal Death
Nicole Sapharas, Jennifer Duckworth, Kelly Doran, Mary
Waldron

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97

The Influence of Latino Match on Latino School-Based Family
Engagement
Kevin Mundt, Anne Gregory, Gigliana Melzi, Christine M
McWayne

112 The Effect of Parenting Education on Parent-Reported Child
Behavior: Exploring Moderators for Low-Income Parents
Jennifer Kristine Finders, Michaella Sektnan, G. John Geldhof,
Denise Rennekamp

98

Bullying with a sexual tone in Puerto Rico: a secondary analysis
Samuel Ocasio

99

No evidence for emotional or social maladjustment in gifted
elementary school students in Flanders
Stijn Smeets, Cedric Claessens, Ciska Pieters, Karine
Verschueren

113 Prevalence of psychosocial Risk Factors for Parenting
Dysfunction in Germany
Andreas Eickhorst, Katrin Lang, Christian Brand, Andreas
Schreier, Christoph Liel, Anna Neumann, Ilona Renner,
Alexandra Sann
114 Is Grandparents’ Involvement Good in Urban China? The
Effects of Grandparents on Children’s Cognitive Development
Xiaolin Guo, Nan Zhou

100 The Efficacy of The School-Based Mental Health Intervention
for Children Affected by Ethno-Religious in Jos
Beatrice A. Bahago

115 Parenting stress among the first generation of extremely low
birth weight adult survivors and their children’s temperament
Paz Fortier, Ryan J. Van Lieshout, Jordana Waxman, Victoria
Stead, Michael H. Boyle, Saroj Saigal, Louis A. Schmidt

101 Teacher-student relationships in high- and low-climate
elementary schools: A mixed methods investigation
Gretchen Brion-Meisels, Andres Molano, Stephanie M Jones

116 Temperament and Interparental Conflict: The Role of Negative
Emotionality in Predicting Child Behavioral Problems
Rochelle Hentges, Patrick Davies, Dante Cicchetti

102 Congruence between Middle School Teachers’ and Students’
Perceptions of Emotional and Academic Support
Maria de Jesus Cisneros, Aixa Marchand, Deborah RivasDrake, Robert Jagers

Family Context & Processes

117 Child Involvement as a Mediator between Marital Conflict and
Internalizing and Externalizing Problems
Kelly A Kuznicki, E. Mark Cummings, Patrick Davies

103 Parental Remarriage Following Divorce and Widowhood: A
Survival Analytic Comparison
Nicole Sapharas, Mary Waldron

118 Inter-Parent Conflict Tactics Predict Children’s Relationally but
not Physically Aggressive Social Problem Solving
Amanda Wiginton Harrist, Julie Rutledge, Chao Liu, Hua Lin

104 Maternal Age and Sensitivity: Are Younger Mothers Less
Sensitive to their Infants than Older Mothers?
Jaclyn Jaeger, Judith C. Stull, Dawn Kastanek Kriebel, Marsha
Weinraub

119 Cultivating STEM Interests: The Association Between Parent
Involvement and Math and Science Achievement
Jessica Lauren Degol, Mingte Wang, Caiyan Zhang
120 Mothers’ Traditional Attitudes, Distrust of Men, and the
Involvement of Low-Income Resident Fathers
Jin-kyung Lee, Letitia Ellen Marie Kotila, Sarah Jane SchoppeSullivan

105 Association Between Childhood Family Risk and Current
Accounts of Childhood Disorganization and Role-reversal
Molisa Meier, Jean-Francois Bureau
106 Mother-Infant Person- and Object-Directed Behaviors in the
Culture of Origin, Immigrant Dyads, and the Culture of
Destination
Linda R Cote, Marc H Bornstein

Health, Growth, Injury
121 Parent binge eating and restrictive feeding styles: The mediating
role of negative emotion regulation strategies
Jaclyn A. Saltzman, Janet M. Liechty, Kelly K. Bost, Barbara H
Fiese

107 Language and Literacy Beliefs and Practices of AfricanAmerican and Puerto Rican Mothers of Children in Head Start
Brook Sawyer, Lauren Cycyk, Lia Elaine Sandilos, Carol
Scheffner Hammer

122 Adolescents’ Dieting and Exercise Behaviors: The Impact of
Peers’ Weight-Teasing Comments and Appearance Concerns
Kaitlyn A Ferris, Ben Oosterhoff, Megan Coghlan, Aaron
Metzger

108 Intervention on Self-efficacy and Depression Among Parents of
Children with Cerebral palsy (CP) in rural China
Yanzhen Zhang

123 Preschooler’s temperament and disinhibited eating: A study of
low-income, Hispanic families
Verónica Bonilla-Pachecl, Thomas G Power, Theresa Nicklas,
Sheryl O. Hughes

109 Family Cohesion Moderates the Relation between Children’s
Emotional Reactivity and Adolescent Aggression
Jill Alexandra Rabinowitz, Jennifer Wood, Deborah A. G.
Drabick

124 Understanding adolescents' tanning behavior as a function of
risk-perception
Kimberley D. Fenwick, Suzanne Prior, Julia Bremner, Megan
Lamb

110 Predictions from caregiver relationship satisfaction to
adolescent romantic functioning
Emily Loeb, Elenda T. Hessel, Joseph S. Tan, Joseph P Allen

125 Can a web-based approach-avoidance practice session be useful
for adolescent smoking prevention?
Clark C Presson, Jon T Macy, Jeff Sherman, Laurie Chassin

111 An SEM Assessment of the Structural Characteristics and
Validity of the Early Adolescent HOME Inventory
Amy L Pennar, Samuel B Green, Robert H Bradley

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126 Testing the Links Between Loneliness, Physical Health, and
Adjustment to College
Edward Frank Lomash, Christa K. Schmidt, Erin Brophy,
Melody McCormick, Jiaqi Zhou, Yelena Salkowitz, Jennifer
Daks, Shaina Ashley Kumar, Faith Carlson, Jonathan F
Mattanah

141 Actions Speak Louder Than Gestures When You're two Years
old
Miriam A Novack, Courtney Filippi, Susan Goldin-Meadow,
Amanda Woodward
142 A meta-analytic approach to understanding the development of
disambiguation
Molly Lewis, Michael C. Frank

127 Links between Summertime Sleep and Obesity Risk among
Urban Minority Girls
Carolyn Rose Bates, Amy Bohnert

143 Awareness of Lexical Ignorance Predicts Double-Checking
During Novel Word Mapping
Jenna Wall, Bradley J Morris, William E Merriman

128 Difficult Temperament and Child Health Resilience: Findings
from Taiwan Birth Cohort Study
Tung-liang Chiang, Jennifer CL Wu, Wan-Lin Chiang

144 Talking to Preterm Children Matters too: A Study of Caregiver
Talk and Language Processing in Full-term and Preterm
Toddlers
Katherine A. Adams, Elizabeth C. Loi, Virginia A. Marchman,
Melanie Ashland, Anne Fernald, Heidi M Feldman

129 Are multiracial young adults at greater risk?: High-risk sexual
behaviors among monoracial and multiracial groups
Antoinette Marie Landor
130 The Long-term Outcome of Extremely Preterm (EP; <28
weeks’ gestational age) Infants With and Without Severe ROP
Carly Molloy, Vicki A Anderson, Peter J Anderson, Lex W
Doyle

145 Mandarin-speaking Three-year-olds’ Representation of Lexical
Tones in Familiar Words
Weiyi Ma, Peng Zhou, Liqun Gao, Stephen Crain
146 Tone and Segmental Processing in Mandarin-speaking Threeyear-olds
Peng Zhou, Weiyi Ma, Liqun Gao, Stephen Crain

131 Neonatal Pain and Developmental Care Related to Later
Behavior of Toddlers Born Preterm at 18-36 Months of Age.
Claudia Maria Gaspardo, Beatriz Oliveira Valeri, Rafaela
Guilherme Monte Cassiano, Doane Sábio Servidone, Francisco
Eulógio Martinez, Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares

147 Neural Representations for Spoken and Written Language
during Emergent Literacy
Kaja K Jasinska, Brian Parbhu, Kathleen Shaw, Heather
Bortfeld, Ken Pugh

132 The Impact of Home Visitation on Maternal Health and Birth
Outcomes
Renee Lamoreau, Ann Easterbrooks, Maryna Raskin

148 Differentiation of Evidential Functions in Turkish Child and
Child-directed Speech
Berna A. Arslan Uzundag, Suleyman Tasci, Aylin C Küntay,
Ayhan Aksu-Koc

Language, Communication
133 Bilingual Children’s Flexibility in Arithmetic Problem Solving
Natsuki Atagi, Catherine Sandhofer

149 Can Discourse Expectation Interfere with Novel Name
Mapping?
Jenna Wall, William E Merriman

134 Differentiating between language brokers and non-brokering
bilinguals: A discriminant analysis examining contributing
factors
Eva Gjorgieva, Valerie Christina Flores, Rebecca Levin Silton,
Vanessa R Rainey, Robert G Morrison

Methods, History, Theory
150 Past and Concurrent Levels of Psychological Adjustment
Predict Retrospective Reports of Victimization Over a 6-year
Time Period.
Luis Parra, Adrienne Nishina

136 Bilingual Infants’ Attention to the Mouth and Eyes of a Talking
Person: The Role of Language Proximity
Ferran Pons, Laura Bosch, David J Lewkowicz

151 Investigating the use of Social Looking as a Measure of
Understanding in Infancy
Kirsty Jayne Dunn, J Gavin Bremner

137 Individual Differences in Tracking Multiple Structures:
Investigating the Primacy Effect
Federica Bulgarelli, Daniel Weiss

152 Daily Exposure to Community Violence in Urban African
American Youth: An Analysis of Violence Type and Severity
Edna Yvonne Romero, Devin Colleen Carey, Kyle Deane,
Dakari Quimby, Arie Zakaryan, Maryse H Richards

138 Phoneme judgment in heterogeneous Spanish-English bilingual
preschoolers
Sara Ashley Smith, Sibylla Leon Guerrero, Sarah Surrain, Gigi
Luk

153 Dropout in looking time studies: The role of infants'
temperament and cognitive development
Sarah Klein-Radukic, Norbert Zmyj

139 Do young children show sensitivity to language-specific gesture
patterns in gesture comprehension?
Melissa Hrabic, Rebecca A Williamson, SEYDA OZCALISKAN

Moral Development

140 Development of preschool children's iconic gestures: The role
of experience
Jennie E. Pyers, Jenny Chen, Felicia Brown, Tracy Gleason

154 Rapid facial mimicry, a low level empathy response, is selective
to positively-valenced stimuli in the preschooler period.
Amy Datyner, Jenny L Richmond, Julie D Henry

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155 The Development of Children’s Respect and Relations to
Sympathy
Na Young Bae, Tina Malti

169 The Effects of a Primary Care Parenting Intervention on
Parents’ Use of Physical Punishment
Caitlin Ford Canfield, Adriana Weisleder, Carolyn Brockmeyer
Cates, Samantha Berkule Johnson, Benard Dreyer, Harris
Huberman, Lori Legano, Diego Catalan-Molina, Aida M.
Custode, Caroline Raak, Casilda Suarez-Hesketh, Kristina
Vlahovicova, Alan L Mendelsohn

156 Age Differences in Expressions of Gratitude and Types of
Wishes
Lia O'Brien, Jonathan R H Tudge
157 I Wanted Her to Feel as Bad as She Had Made Me Feel:
Children's Desires for Revenge and Reasons for Enacting or
Eschewing Revenge
Cecilia Wainryb, Holly E Recchia, Monisha Pasupathi, Melina
Babin-Molina, Daysi Zentner

170 Effects of the Positive Solutions for Families Intervention
Alana Schnitz, Mary Louise Hemmeter
171 Hormonal Effects of Paternal Care on Male and Female
Offspring
Mamatha Chary, Jayson Cruz, Massimo Bardi, Elizabeth
Becker

158 Necessary and Luxury Resources: Children’s Conceptions of
Fair Resource Allocation
Leon Li, Michael Thomas Rizzo, Melanie A. Killen

172 Parental and Non Parental Career-Related Support among
Emerging Adults: Psychosocial Correlates and Precursors
Daniel Joseph Dickson, Yossi Michaeli, Shmuel Shulman

159 The voice effect in preschoolers – How participation influences
children’s acceptance of unfavorable outcomes
Patricia Grocke, Federico Rossano, Michael Tomasello

173 Predictors of Fathers’ Positive Involvement and Negative
Reinforcement with One-Year-Olds
Kristin Berg Nordahl, Imac Maria Zambrana, Marion S
Forgatch

160 Parent and sibling relationship quality and cultural values:
Links to prosocial behaviors in Mexican American youth.
Cara Streit, Gustavo Carlo, Sarah Killoren, Edna Alfaro

174 Gender and developmental differences in parent-child
conversations at the zoo: An observational study
Ashley Morris

161 What’s the Trick to Being Helpful? Child Strategy use and
Parent Socialization of Problem-Solving Predicts Child
Prosociality
Christina Nicolaides, Elizabeth L Davis

175 Do Mothers with Borderline Personality Disorder Show
Deficits in Mind-Mindedness?
andree-anne marcoux, Annie Bernier, Jean Richard Seguin,
Jennifer Boike Armerding, Karlen Lyons-Ruth

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
162 Maternal prenatal stress and infant cognitive development:
Contributions of infant cortisol and maternal sensitivity
Jessica Pearson, George M Tarabulsy, Eve-Line Bussières,
Jean-Pascal Lemelin, Michel Boivin

176 Diathesis-Stress or Differential Susceptibility? Positive
Parenting and the Relation Between Adolescent Reactivity and
Aggression
Jill Alexandra Rabinowitz, Ashley Byrne, Deborah A. G.
Drabick

163 Creating a Circle of Security for Substance-Involved Mothers
and Their Parenting
Kimberly Renk, Neil W Boris

177 Parenting Practices and Styles associated with adolescent sexual
health in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Lusajo Joel Kajula, Sylvia Florence Kaaya, Nancy Darling,
Hein De Vries

164 Are various early interventions targeting adolescent mothers
effective to prevent child maltreatment?
Amélie St-Germain, Claire Baudry, Eve-Line Bussières

178 The Role of Parent Antisocial Behavior in Children's Prosocial
Development
Eric Andrew Haak, Lauren Gilbert, Shuang Bi, Peggy S Keller

165 Parent Internal State Language and Infant-Parent Attachment
with Mothers and Fathers
Elizabeth M. Planalp, Julia M Braungart-Rieker

179 Parents’ perceptions of book versus tablet shared reading
experiences
Rosanne Roy, Grace Paradis

166 Factors that Predict the Course of Maternal Emotional
Availability Across Time: A Four Wave Longitudinal Study
Célia Matte-Gagné, Dale M Stack, Kelly Doiron, Lisa A Serbin,
Alex E Schwartzman

180 Exploring the Relationship between Technology Use and
Family Functioning
Jessica Schulz, Christine McCauley Ohannessian, Laura Jenine
Finan

167 Keeping the Child in Mind: The Influence of Reflective
Functioning on Parent-Child Relationships
Whitney Rostad

181 Stability of Parenting Profiles Observed in Low-Income African
American and Latino Mother-child Interactions
Nazly Dyer, Margaret Tresch Owen, Margaret O''Brien Caughy

168 Predicting Children’s Introjected Motivation: Links to Maternal
Attachment Avoidance and Emotional Distance
Anthony Gómez, David Kyle Bond, Stassja Sichko, Alix Girard,
Laura River, Madeleine DeMeules, Patricia A Smiley, Jessica
Lauren Borelli

182 Second Generation Turkish-German mother’s Ethnotheories on
good childcare
Carolin Demuth

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183 Preference for consonance in young infants might be linked to
processing advantages of consonant over dissonant chords
Juan M Toro, Paola Crespo-Bojorque

197 Factorial Validity and Measurement Invariance of an EthnicRacial Socialization Scale across a Diverse Sample of Young
Mothers
Mariah Margaret Contreras, Jana H Chaudhuri, Jayanthi
Mistry, Ann Easterbrooks

184 Investigating Young Children’s Knowledge of Musical
Tonality: Evidence From Self-paced Chord Sequence Listening
Haley Kragness, Laurel Trainor

198 Exploring Preschool Teachers’ Attitudes toward Linguistic
Diversity
Priscilla Sung, Nameera Akhtar

185 Side biases in infants' processing of dynamic own- and otherrace faces
Andrew P Nelson, Sarah E Wharton, Lisa M Cantrell, Lisa M
Oakes

School Readiness/Childcare

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor

199 Effects of the Incredible Years Program for Childcare
Educators.
Julie Lessard, Sylvie Normandeau, Daniel Paquette, Julie
Allard

186 Asian infants show preference for own-race but not other-race
female faces: The role of infant caregiving arrangements
shaoying Liu, Dandan Zhu, Naiqi Xiao, Paul C Quinn, Olivier
Pascalis, Liezhong Ge, Kang Lee

200 Relationships and Resources: Implementing and Evaluating a
Coaching Initiative for New Directors in Head Start
Kelley L. O'Carroll, Meghan Broadstone, Sarah Kim

187 Not all “Negative” Emotions are Treated Equally: Using Eye
Tracking to Determine Infant Preferences
Marisa Biondi, Teresa Wilcox

201 Child care experiences and school readiness for low-income
children: Moderation by child temperament
Anna D Johnson, Jenna Elizabeth Finch, Deborah A Phillips

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

202 Patterns of Children’s Classroom Engagement across a Year in
Head Start
Tracy M. Carter, Rebecca J Bulotsky Shearer

188 The Role of Coping and Cultural Identity in Protecting First
Nations Youth Against Substance use
Adrienne Blacklock, Johanna Querengesser, Gillian Klassen,
Ashley Reynolds, Jillian Stewart, Alexandra D'Arrisso, Kelsey
Marie Moore, Tamar Blanchard, Curtis Tootoosis, Jacob A.
Burack

203 The Impact of Universal Preschool on Family Behavior and
Child Outcomes in Australia
Sandra Black, Elise Chor, Paul Devereaux, Ariel Kalil

189 Hmong mothers’ ethnic-racial socialization beliefs for their preschool aged children
Pa Her

204 Longitudinal Relations between Children’s Self-Regulation,
Mathematics Skills, and Vocabulary: A Cross-Lag Analysis
Catherine Gunzenhauser, Ross A Larsen, Antje von Suchodoletz

190 Cultural differences in how 3-year-old children visually
recognize objects
Megumi Kuwabara, Linda B Smith

205 Migrant Preschool Children’s School Readiness and Early
Elementary School Performance Through 3rd grade
Tanya Tavassolie, Claudia López, Jessica J. De Feyter,
Suzanne C. Hartman, Adam Winsler

191 Baby, it’s cold outside: Seasonal effects on infant locomotor
experience
Dejana Mladenovic, Lana Karasik, Evelyn Abraham, Juliana M
Zaloom, Spogmay Khan, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Karen E
Adolph

Sex, Gender
206 Children’s Status Ratings and Stereotypes of STEM Careers:
Exploring the Role of Gender, Age, and Depictions of Scientists
Erica Weisgram, Kaitlin Klitzke, Brooke Johnson, Bruce
Benson, India Hawkins

192 Caregiver Advice on Problem Solving and Emotion Regulation
Among Early Adolescents in South Africa and the United States
Anna Wright, Wendy Kliewer

207 Does Self-Discrepant Gender Identity Foster Peer Aggression
and Victimization?
Patrick J Cooper, Rachel Evans Pauletti, Christopher D. Aults,
David G. Perry

193 Developmental differences in expectations for children’s
conformity in a Non-Western population
Nicole Wen, Jennifer Marie Clegg, Cristine H. Legare

208 Call Me Princess: Attitudes about Dating, Gender Roles, and
Romantic Beliefs among Females Self-identifying as “Princess”
Domenica Kathleen Favero, Alisha Renee Walker Marciano

194 A Daily Diary Study of Discrimination, Life Satisfaction, and
Mood in Adolescents
Kristina Kulkarni, Tiffany Yip

Social Cognition

195 Perceived Discrimination and Elevated Depressive Symptoms
among Children and Adolescents
Autumn Harnish, Kathryn Kroeper, Jami Young

209 Differentiating Ability from Tendency in Adolescents’ Social
Perspective-Taking and Considering the Influence of Gender
Roles
Kaitlin Flannery, Rhiannon L. Smith

196 Childhood Peer Victimization and Adult Distress: Exploring
Racial Differences in Attributions
Stephanie Gusler, Lisa Kiang

210 Desire understanding in 2-year-old children: An eye-tracking
study
Amrisha Vaish, Robert Hepach, Tobias Grossmann

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211 I can lie to you: Effects of number of experimenters on
children’s propensity to lie after having been lied to by an adult
Joseph Park, Joshua Chen, Chelsea Hays, Leslie Jeanette
Carver

227 Observed and parent-reported emotion in toddlers is associated
with mother-toddler conversation quality
Margaret Anne Fields, Pamela M Cole
228 Young Children's Compliance: Associations with Maternal
Responsiveness and Maternal Control
Kathleen Hodskins, Jennifer Reuhland-Powell, Anne
Hungerford

212 Finding the Star Faster: Overimitation Versus Efficiency in
Preschoolers
Laura Jean Zimmermann, Ruth Speidel, Rachel F Barr, Natalie
Hiromi Brito, Francys Subiaul

229 Sensory Reactivity and Novelty Awareness As Predictors of
Social Interaction in Emerging-Adulthood
Cortney A Evans, Larry J Nelson

213 From brain to behavior: Investigating the neural correlates of
infant action imitation in the mu- and beta- frequency bands
Courtney Filippi, Nick Rekenthaler, Erin N Cannon, Nathan A
Fox, Samuel Thorpe, pier francesco ferrari, Amanda Woodward
214 The Error is Key: Preschoolers' Selective Trust of Speakers
Across Semantic and Episodic Domains
Elizabeth Stephens, Melissa A. Koenig

230 Relations of Maternal Structure and Children’s Effortful
Control to Their Academic Functioning: The Moderating Role
of Sensitivity
Olena Kopystynska, Tracy L Spinrad, Danielle Marie Seay,
Nancy Eisenberg

215 Children’s Role Representation and Learning in Self-Directed
Collaborative Games
Andrew Gilbert Young, Annie Elizabeth Riggs

231 Interaction of Behavioral Inhibition and Effortful Control on
Internalizing Symptoms: An Analysis of Multiple Components
Jingwen Liu, Darlene A Kertes

216 Four- to 6-year-old Children’s Sensitivity to Reliability versus
Consensus in the Endorsement of Object Labels
Stephane Bernard, Joëlle Proust, Fabrice Clément

232 Individual Differences in Affective Decision Making in Late
Adolescence
Kirstie Herb, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Koraly Elisa
Perez-Edgar

217 Does a mother’s self-esteem predict her child’s self-esteem?
Valerie H. Parady, Robert F Corwyn

233 Emotion Socialization by Mothers with Bipolar and Unipolar
Depression: Observed Parent-Child Exchanges and Adult
Recollections
Madelyn Labella, Susan Jessica Harris, Bonnie Klimes-Dougan

218 Verbal Ability Contributes to Increasing Theory of Mind in
Internationally Adopted Children: a Randomized, Controlled
Trial
Colleen Doyle, Elisa Esposito, Jamie Lawler, Megan R Gunnar

234 Maternal Cognitive Appraisal of Child Anxious Traits: Links to
Maternal Overprotection and Toddler RSA
Sunghye Cho, Kristin A Buss

219 The power of first impressions in infancy
Arber Tasimi, Karen Wynn

235 Children’s differential susceptibility to parenting: Putting ‘for
better and for worse’ to the test
Meike Slagt, Judith Semon Dubas, Marcel van Aken, Maja
Dekovic

220 Where Should I Look to Know How You Feel? Using Eye
Tracking to Investigate the Development of Simulating
Another’s Perspective
Hannah Jean Kramer, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan
221 Further Validation of the Children’s Social Understanding Scale
Deniz Tahiroglu, Louis J Moses, Hazal Celik

236 Maternal Neuroticism as a Moderator of the Relation of
Parenting to Children’s Behavioral Inhibition
Elizabeth Hanley, Cynthia L. Smith

222 Joint engagement enhances young children's performance in a
verbal false belief task
Elia Psouni, Maria Wallin, Lisa Sidén, Andreas Falck, Leni
Boström, Martin Persson

237 Convergence Across Multiple Indices of Children’s Emotion
Reactivity and the Impact of Self-regulation on Assessment of
Reactivity
Lyndsey Moran, Liliana J. Lengua, Erika Ruberry

Social, Emotional, Personality

238 Both Mother and Child Characteristics Affect Ratings of Child
Temperament; Validity and Bias in the Infant Behavior
Questionnaire
Jordan L. Boeve, Mahya Rahimian Mashhadi, Jessica Irwin, M
Susan Delonis, Marjorie Beeghly

223 Media Literacy Interventions for a Tech-Savvy Adolescent
Generation
Allison Kiefner Burmeister, Dara Robin Musher-Eizenman
224 Coping with Negative Emotion in Middle Childhood and Its
Relationship to Temperament and Psychopathology
Kristen Uhl, Leslie F Halpern, Celia Tam, Emily Bancroft

Social Relationships

225 Concordance rates between child and parent-report of childhood
internalizing disorders and coping styles
Celia Tam, Leslie F Halpern, Kristen Uhl, Emily Bancroft

239 Longitudinal Effects of Maternal Directiveness on Children’s
Victimization, Antisocial and Prosocial Behaviors in Middle
Childhood
Chang Su-Russell, Gustavo Carlo, Jean M Ispa, Francisco
Palermo, Erin Elizabeth Harmeyer

226 Infant Approach and Withdrawal in Response to a Goal
Blockage; Its Antecedent Causes and Its Effect on Toddler
Persistence
Michael Lewis, Margaret Wolan Sullivan, Mi Sung Kim

240 Social and Physical Victimization at Age 14 as Predictors of
Aggression and Rulebreaking at Age 17
Chris Carker, Samuel E. Ehrenreich, Marion K. Underwood

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241 Teachers’ attributions of blame and behavioral reactions to
bullying: Does the victim’s response play a role?
Nicole Sokol, Kay Bussey, Ronald Rapee

256 The Power of Playing and Performing: Social Anxiety and
Participation in Extracurricular Activities in Early Childhood
Gabriella Nocita, Laura L. Ooi, Robert J. Coplan, Linda RoseKrasnor

242 Our parents always told us to play nice: The relationship
between social control strategies and physiological reactivity
Leigh Ann Holterman, Megan Kurmin, Nicole Lafko, Dianna K
Murray-Close

257 Children’s social behavior mediates the relation between their
trust and peer acceptance
Qing-gong Li, Kang Lee

243 The social costs and benefits of overt and relational aggression
depend on prosocial behavior and peer victimization
Erica Rudd, Kätlin Peets, Ernest V. E. Hodges

258 The Effects of Sports Participation on Self-Esteem for
Chronically Rejected Children
Andreann Perron, Mara Brendgen, Frank Vitaro, Lyse Turgeon

244 Children’s Social Status Goals and Behaviors: Moderation of
Peer Group Control
Yunyi Long, Yan Li

Saturday, 11:00am-11:30am

245 Forms of Prosocial Behavior: Ties to Social Goals, Peer
Acceptance, and Popularity in Middle School
Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, Tiina Ojanen

(Event 3-095) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 11:00am-11:30am

246 Understanding Isolated and Non-isolated Victims of Peer
Victimization in Middle School
Sayaka Aoki, Marla Ruth Brassard

3-095. Follow-up Discussion for Invited State-of-the-Art
Address with Dr. Karen Adolph
Chair: Peter M Vishton
Speaker: Karen E Adolph

247 Associations Among Prosocial Behavior, Depression
Symptoms, and Relational Victimization Over a School Year
Catherine L Bagwell, Michelle Schmidt, Karen P. Kochel
248 Characterizing the Peer Cliques of Victimized Children and
Early Adolescents
Lynne Zarbatany, Wendy E Ellis, Xinyin Chen

Saturday, 11:15am-11:45am

249 Adolescent Relationships as Predictors of Neural Measures of
Early Adulthood Emotional Reactivity
Elenda T. Hessel, Lane Beckes, Rachel K. Narr, Lauren
Cannavo, James A. Coan, Joseph P Allen

(Event 3-096) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 11:15am-11:45am

250 Friendship, Popularity, and Adolescent Dating in Mixed-Gender
Peer Settings
Ruta Savickaite, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Derek A. Kreager,
Katya Ivanova, Rene Veenstra

3-096. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Lord and Tager-Flusberg
Moderator: Charles A. Nelson
Panelists: Catherine Lord, Helen Tager-Flusberg

251 Three is a Crowd: Jealousy Triangles During Late Adolescence
Katrina Blomquist, Martha Putallaz, Eva Paige Paige Bahnuk
252 On The importance of Being Fun: Age Related Differences in
Associations between Fun Nominations and Peer Acceptance.
Shrija Dirghangi, Ashley D Richmond, Brett Laursen, Daniel
Joseph Dickson, Cody Hiatt, Amy Catherine Hartl, Gilly Kahn,
Lauren Shawcross
253 A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed: Studying the Interplay of
Friendship and Helping Relations Using Social Network
Analysis
Loes van Rijsewijk, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christian Steglich
254 Expected Sadness Support as Compared to the Amount of
Negative Emotional Words Actually Used in Early Adolescent
Conversation
Ari Romano-Verthelyi, Janice L Zeman, Sarah Borowski,
Bukola Adeshina
255 Let’s Play Together: A Longitudinal Study of Cooperation and
its Prediction of Peer Preference in Early Childhood
Hinke Endedijk, Antonius H. N. Cillessen, Harold Bekkering,
Sabine Hunnius

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Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-099) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-097) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-099. Growing Up in the Middle East: Social Development
in the Context of Strife
Chair: Judith G Smetana

3-097. Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees: Looking
for the Evolutionary Basis of Human Mind
Chair: Andrew Whiten
Speaker: Tetsuro Matsuzawa

Predictors of Post-Traumatic Growth among Palestinian Youth
Eric F Dubow, Paul Boxer, Rowell Huesmann, Khalil Shikaki,
Catherine Smith

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Iraqi, Syrian, and Palestinian Refugee Youths’ Beliefs About
Legitimate Parental Authority
Judith G Smetana, Ikhlas Ahmad, Laura Wray-Lake

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The Impact of Collective War Trauma and Parenting Practices
on the Adjustment of Syrian and Iraqi Refugee Adolescents
Ikhlas Ahmad, Judith G Smetana, Daniel Gruhn

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alestinian, Palestinian-Israeli, and Jewish-Israeli Children’s
Evaluations of Scenarios of Peer Exclusion
Alaina Brenick, Melanie A. Killen

(Event 3-098) Invited Symposium
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-098. Methodological Approaches to the Study of
Racial/Ethnic Dynamics Across Contexts
Chair: Diane L Hughes
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Presentation 1
Tiffany Yip

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Presentation 2
Robert M. Sellers

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Presentation 3
Enrique W Neblett

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Presentation 4
Diane L Hughes

(Event 3-100) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-100. Sensation Seeking Across Adolescence and Young
Adulthood: National and Historical Variation in its Level,
Growth, and Correlates
Chair: Justin Jager
Discussant: John E Schulenberg

Integrative Statement: Over the past two decades, we have witnessed
a growing interest within developmental psychology in understanding
issues particularly relevant to youth of color, such as racial/ethnic
identity, socialization, discrimination, and inter-group relations.
Although much knowledge has been gained from this work, we
believe that much remains to be understood. In particular, to more
fully understand the consequences of these dynamics for youths’
development over time, researchers need to gain a more nuanced
understanding of how they operate “up close”. In this symposium, we
feature scholars who have been immersed in seeking to gain such an
up-close perspective, who will describe favored methodologies for
understanding these dynamics. Dr. Robert Sellers will explore the use
of person centered approaches to quantitative survey based data. Dr.
Tiffany Yips will consider the purposes for which closely spaced
repeated assessments – such as those used in daily diary methods –
can help untangle intra-individual causal processes. Dr. Enrique
Neblett discusses how physiological and biological can help us
understand mechanisms and process through which racial/ethnic
dynamics may shape development. Dr. Diane Hughes will describe
how the using multiple methods – both across a program of research
and within a single study – can contribute to researchers conceptual
understanding of these racial/ethnic dynamics. This set of
presentations will be followed by a break-out question/answer period
in which presenters and the audience will think together about new
methods for moving the study of these dynamics forward.

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Is The Increase in Reward-Seeking During Adolescence
Universal?
Laurence Steinberg, Kaitlyn Suzanne Breiner

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Has the population prevalence of adolescent sensation seeking
and its relation to substance use changed over time?
Katherine Keyes

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Trajectories of sensation seeking and risky behavior during
transition to adulthood: Developmental linkages across
historical time
Justin Jager

(Event 3-101) Paper Session
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-101. Paper Session on Selectivity
Chair: Kathleen H Corriveau
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Children’s selective copying of their mother versus an expert
Amanda Jayne Lucas, Emily R Burdett, Nicola McGuigan, Paul
Harris, Andrew Whiten

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Four-Year-Olds Are Credulous Toward the False Testimony of
Ingroup but Not Outgroup Speakers
Kyla Patricia McDonald, Lili Ma
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Not a Universal Cue: Turkish Children’s Use of Accent as a
Marker for Reliability
Jedediah WP Allen, Hande Ilgaz

(Event 3-104) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Preschoolers’ who monitor the relative accuracy of learners are
better teachers
Samuel Ronfard, Kathleen H Corriveau

3-104. Understanding dimensions of child maltreatment:
How timing, subtype, severity and chronicity impact
developmental outcomes
Chair: Jody Todd Manly
Discussant: Diana J. English

(Event 3-102) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Gender-specific Patterns of Cortisol in Children’s Hair
Predicted by Chronicity of Maltreatment
Lars Otto White, Tobias Stalder, Andrea Michel, Anna Andreas,
Jan Keil, Leonhard Resch, Annette M Klein, Jody Todd Manly,
Marcus Ising, Clemens Kirschbaum, Kai von Klitzing, Susan
Sierau

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Severity of early emotional maltreatment and exposure to
violence in predicting children’s posttraumatic stress symptoms
Jody Todd Manly, Michael D Lynch

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Genetic moderation of child maltreatment effects on depressive
symptoms by 5-HTTLPR and NET genes in African-American
children
Fred A Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

3-102. Understanding the mix: Clear cases and noisy data
in word-referent learning
Chair: Linda B Smith
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The dynamics of reference in the home: Finding the gems
among the junk
John C. Trueswell, Yi Lin, Benjamin Armstrong, Erica Cartmill,
Susan Goldin-Meadow, Lila Gleitman

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Social cues modulate the strength of encoding alternative
referents in cross-situational word learning
Kyle MacDonald, Daniel Yurovsky, Michael C. Frank

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The learning data from the learner’s perspective
Linda B Smith, Chen Yu, Sumarga H Suanda, Caitlin Fausey,
Daniel Yurovsky

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(Event 3-105) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Algorithms for statistical learning: The win-stay, lose-sample
strategy and preschooler’s causal inferences
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz, Stephanie Denison, Alison Gopnik,
Thomas L. Griffiths

3-105. The Interpersonal Legacy of Family Relationships:
Implications for Adolescent and Young Adult Peer and
Romantic Relationships
Chair: Gregory M Fosco

(Event 3-103) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-103. Psychiatric Comorbidity in Autism Spectrum
Disorders from Childhood to Early Adulthood: Predictors
and Consequences
Chairs: Juhi Kaboski, Matthew D Lerner

A Developmental Perspective on Emerging Adult Romantic
Relationships: Family Effects through Adolescent Interpersonal
Skills
Mengya Xia, Gregory M Fosco, Mark Ethan Feinberg

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Family Processes and Aggression in Adolescent Romantic
Relationships
Christina Caiozzo, Jessica Houston, John H Grych

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Atypicality in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Factor
Structure and Associations with Psychiatric Comorbidity
Matthew D Lerner, Connor Kerns, Kenneth D Gadow

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Emotional insecurity and social maladjustment: Examining the
implications of destructive interparental conflict for adolescents
Kathleen N. Miller, E. Mark Cummings, Patrick Davies

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Childhood Profiles and Adult Outcomes in Comorbid ASD and
ADHD
Juhi Kaboski, Brandon Greenawalt, Michael Clark, Natalie
Hartman, Andrew Flatley, Kailey Kawalec, Joshua J Diehl

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The Development and Life Course of Social Anxiety Disorder
in Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Brenna Maddox, Susan White

Dominance and Negativity in Middle Childhood Predict
Positive and Negative Engagement with Others in Early
Adolescence
Robert A. Ackerman, Conrad A. Corretti, Kevin J. Carson,
Samuel E. Ehrenreich, Marion K. Underwood

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Measurement and Mechanism of Depression in Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Katherine Gotham, Steven Brunwasser, Kathryn Unruh, Somer
L. Bishop, Catherine Lord

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(Event 3-106) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-108) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-106. Generative Grammar: Flexible Approaches to Early
Development of Syntax
Chair: Lorraine McCune
Discussant: Lorraine McCune

3-108. Promising Interventions with Pregnant Incarcerated
Women
Chair: Danielle Horvath Dallaire
Discussant: Holly Harner

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Merge and Recursion as Generative Developmental Processes:
Analysis from 3 Children’s Early Combinations.
Isabelle Roy, Bridget Copley, Lorraine McCune

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The MOMobile at Riverside® Program
Marjie Mogul

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How to Construct Three-word-long Sentences the Generative
way
Anat Ninio

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Parenting After Jail: Results from the Mother’s Reentry Study
Marjie Mogul, Elisabeth Stelson, Rosemary Frasso, Jeane Ann
Grisso, Holly Harner

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How Abstract is Children’s Syntax
Charles Yang

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Prenatal Nutrition and Nutrition Knowledge for Pregnant
Incarcerated Women
Emily Tyne Gorman, Constance Hull, Caroline Kelsey, Danielle
Horvath Dallaire, Catherine Forestell

(Event 3-107) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Birth Outcomes Among Pregnant Incarcerated Women and
Women Enrolled in WIC
Caroline Kelsey, Danielle Horvath Dallaire, Catherine
Forestell

3-107. Risk and Protective Effects of Teacher-Child
Relationships for Children with Symptoms of
Developmental and Attachment Disorders
Chairs: Jantine Liedewij Spilt, Karine Verschueren
Discussant: Kathleen Moritz Rudasill

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Breastfeeding among Incarcerated Mothers in a Prison
Pregnancy and Support Group
Laurel Davis, Lauren A Hindt, Erin Casey, Rebecca J Shlafer

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(Event 3-109) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Communication Impairment and Teacher-Child Relationship
Trajectories: Associations with Academic and Social Outcomes
at Age 12-13
Linda J Harrison, Cen (Audrey) Wang, Sharynne McLeod,
Susan Walker

3-109. Group and Personal Influences on Moral
Disengagement and Aggression: New Directions in
International Research
Chairs: Kay Bussey, SIMONA CARLA SILVIA CARAVITA

The Effects of Teacher-Child Relationships on the Social and
Behavioral Adjustment of Children with Attachment Disorder
Symptoms
Jantine Liedewij Spilt, Eleonora Vervoort, Guy Bosmans,
Karine Verschueren

The Role of Class Climate and Class Moral Disengagement in
Peer Victimization among Pre-Adolescents
Robert Thornberg, Linda Wänström

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Moral Disengagement in Interpersonal and Intergroup Bullying:
Participant Roles Affect Self Justifications in the two Situations
SIMONA CARLA SILVIA CARAVITA, Dagmar Strohmeier,
Paola Di Blasio, Christina Salmivalli

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Associations of Moral Disengagement with Bullying and
Acceptability of Aggression: A First Test among Chilean
Children
Christian Berger, SIMONA CARLA SILVIA CARAVITA

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Mindfulness as a Moderator of the Aggression and Moral
Disengagement Association
Kay Bussey, Catherine Quinn

The Impact of Teacher-Student Relationships on the Academic
Adjustment of Youth With Severe Levels of Externalizing
Behavior
Debora L. Roorda, Helma M.Y. Koomen, Kelly Simon

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Ruth Sellers, Barbara Maughan, Andrew Pickles, Anita Thapar,
Stephan Collishaw

(Event 3-110) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-110. RCTs of Educational Programs in Pre-, Elementary,
and Middle Schools: Explaining Variation in Treatment
Effects across Sites
Chair: Maria D LaRusso
Discussant: J. Lawrence Aber

Time-trend changes of 8-year old children’s mental health
problems and service use during 24 years
Andre Sourander

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Time trends in symptoms and diagnosis of autism spectrum
disorder
Ginny Russell, Stephan Collishaw, Jean Golding, Tamsin Ford

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Variation in Impacts of a College Course and
MyTeachingPartner Coaching Model on Preschool Children’s
Development
Bridget K. Hamre, Robert C Pianta, Jamie DeCoster, Jason
Downer

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A cross-cohort comparison of antenatal risk factors for child
mental health problems
Stephan Collishaw, Ruth Sellers, Anita Thapar, Barbara
Maughan

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Three-Year Impacts of the 4Rs Program on student outcomes:
Variation by implementation and teacher/student patterns of
mobility
Stephanie M Jones, Joshua L Brown, J. Lawrence Aber

(Event 3-113) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Variation in Impacts of a Discussion-Based Vocabulary
Program for Early Adolescents: Examining school and
classroom conditions
Maria D LaRusso, Stephanie M Jones, Luke Miratrix,
Catherine Snow, Suzanne Donovan

3-113. The causes and consequences of preschoolers’
differing attitudes to competition
Chair: Ben Kenward
Discussant: Patricia H Hawley
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(Event 3-111) Paper Session
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Children’s understanding of clashing values in competition and
sabotage
Beate Priewasser, Josef Perner, Johannes Roessler

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3-111. School Achievement: Race, Ethnicity, and Urban
Correlates
Chair: Jaana Juvonen

The correlates of preschooler’s competitive and cooperative
choices
Malin Eriksson, Ben Kenward

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Resource Control Strategies and Conflict Outcomes: A Dyadic
Analysis
Cary J. Roseth, I-Chien Chen, Barbara Thelamour

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Examining the Impact of Math Motivation on the Course-taking
and High School Success of Low-Income Hispanic Youth
Nayssan Safavian

(Event 3-114) Paper Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

Long-term consequences of a preschool intervention and early
environmental risk on developmental pathways to youth
violence
Alison Sara Giovanelli, Michelle M Englund, Arthur Reynolds

3-114. Violating norms and agreements: New perspectives
in early childhood
Chairs: Ying Wang, Annette M E Henderson

Negotiating the Boundaries of Parental Engagement and
Empowerment in Schools: A Qualitative Study of Urban
Teachers’ Perspectives
Tina M Durand

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Infants’ evaluation of fair and unfair individuals: Evidence from
a novel touch screen task
Talee Ziv, Jessica A Sommerville

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You violated a commitment once, but you won’t do it again:
Infants' expectations of joint commitments in a third party
cooperation
Annette M E Henderson, Rachel Low

(Event 3-112) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Do infants perceive distributive justice in contexts involving a
joint commitment?
Ying Wang, Annette M E Henderson

3-112. Trends in child mental health
Chair: Stephan Collishaw

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“Let’s All Stand in Line”: Preschoolers’ Developing Abilities to
Apply Fairness Norms in Solving Group Coordination
Problems
Margarita L Svetlova, Parissa Chokrai, Henriette Zeidler,
Michael Tomasello

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School racial climate, cross-ethnic friendships and participation
in extracurricular activities
Daisy Estela Camacho, Casey Knifsend, Jaana Juvonen

Examining whether the impact of child mental health problems
on future functioning has changed using cross-cohort
comparisons

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(Event 3-115) Paper Session
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-117) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-115. Understanding Victimization in Context: Cliques,
Classrooms, Culture, and Continuity Across Development
Chair: Wendy Craig

3-117. Understanding Effects of Residential, School, and
Neighborhood Instability on Children and Youth
Chair: Rebekah Levine Levine Coley

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Contextual Influences on the Relationship between Physical and
Relational Aggression and Peer Victimization
Ellyn Bass, Jonathan Bruce Santo, Luz Lopez, William M
Bukowski

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Forced Relocation and Residential Instability among Urban
Renters
Matthew Desmond, Carl Gershenson, Barbara Kiviat

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Observing the Interactional Experiences of Victimized Children
and Early Adolescents in Their Peer Cliques
Lynne Zarbatany, Paul Tremblay, Wendy E Ellis, Megan
Peggy-Anne Kinal, Lisa Boyko, Xinyin Chen, Eugene Ji

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Assessing the Benefits of a Rising Tide: Educational
Attainment
William Johnston

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Residential Mobility and Children’s Cognitive and Behavioral
Skills:
Rebekah Levine Levine Coley, Melissa Kull, Alicia Doyle Lynch

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Residential and school instability: joint or independent
associations?
Sara Anderson, Tama Leventhal

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The Heterotypic Continuity of Adolescent Peer Victimization
Joyce Li, Wendy Craig

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The Moderating Effect of Cross-ethnic Peer Groups on the
Relation between Shyness and Peer victimization in Canada
Siman Zhao, Xinyin Chen, Hennis Tse

(Event 3-118) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-116) Paper Session
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-118. Advances and future directions in the study of peer
relations across development: Key questions in theory and
translation
Moderator: Jamie M. Ostrov
Panelists: Julie A Hubbard, Mitchell J Prinstein, Amanda Rose

3-116. Mechanisms Implicated in Early Language
Acquisition
Chair: Daniel Swingley
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Prosodic grouping at birth: effects of prenatal language
exposure
Nawal Abboub, Thierry Nazzi, Judit Gervain

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Speech rate normalization in 14-month-olds
Yuanyuan Wang, Fernando Llanos, Amanda Seidl

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Referential expectation in infancy
Hanna Marno, Teresa Farroni, Jacques Mehler

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Twelve-month old infants show enhanced word learning in the
presence of on-screen social cues
Sho Tsuji, Nobuyuki Jincho, Reiko Mazuka

(Event 3-119) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-119. The Association of Sleep with Social-Contextual
Risks and Developmental Outcomes in Early Childhood
Chairs: Rebecca H Berger, Alison Leslie Miller
Social Contextual Risk and Sleep Health in Low Income
Preschool Children
Alison Leslie Miller, Julie Lumeng, Monique K. LeBourgeois

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Cumulative Risk Predicts Poor Sleep Quality in Early
Elementary School Children
Rebecca H Berger, Anjolii Diaz, Carlos Valiente, Tracy L
Spinrad, Nancy Eisenberg, Jody Southworth

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Effortful Control and Academic Achievement: The Moderating
Role of Children’s Sleep
Anjolii Diaz, Rebecca H Berger, Kassondra M Silva, Nancy
Eisenberg, Carlos Valiente, Tracy L Spinrad, Jody Southworth

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Goodness of Fit Between Maternal and Infant Sleep Predicts
Maternal Postpartum Depressive Symptoms
Ronald Seifer, Stephanie H Parade

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Number Word Learning: A Parent-Driven Training Study
Dominic Gibson, Elizabeth A Gunderson, Susan Cohen Levine

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Numbers never end: A study on children’s acquisition of the
successor principle and its relation to the concept of infinity
Pierina Cheung, David A Barner

(Event 3-120) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-120. Many moving parts: Examining the role of motor
ability in cognitive development
Chair: Kelsey L West
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Experience with sticky mittens has long-term effects on object
exploration
Sarah Wiesen, Rachel Watkins, Amy Needham

(Event 3-123) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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How children learn to open containers
Lana Karasik, David Comalli, Lok Yu Gladys Yu Gladys Chan,
Danielle Kellier, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Jeffrey J
Lockman, Sneha Radhakrishnan, Karen E Adolph

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Exploring links between infant object manipulation and
caregiver labeling
Kelsey L West, Jana M Iverson

3-123. Altering Developmental Outcomes for Overweight
Youth through Social Networks: Evidence from LargeScale and Experimental Studies
Chairs: Amy Bohnert, Sandra Denise Simpkins
Discussant: Kayla de la Haye

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Using Social Network Analysis to Clarify the Roles of Obesity
and Extracurricular Co-Participation in Adolescent Friend
Selection
David Schaefer, Sandra Denise Simpkins, Andrea Elaine Vest

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Health consequences of friendship network formation in a
community-based summer camp for low-income urban girls
Kimberly Burdette, Amy Bohnert, Lara Dugas, Amanda
Kathleen Ward, David Shoham

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Health Support Networks for Preventing Childhood Obesity in
Home Visitation Programs
Sarah J Salvy, Kayla de la Haye, Michelle Kieffer

Only self-generated actions create sensori-motor networks in
the developing brain
Karin James

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(Event 3-121) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-121. Predictors and Outcomes of the Division of Shared
Infant Care
Chair: Darcey Nicole Powell
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Changes in the Division of Childcare after the Birth of a Second
Child: A Comparison of Single and Dual-Earner Families
Patty Kuo, Brenda L Volling

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Unmet Desires for Shared Infant Care and Mothers’ Postnatal
Adaptation
Darcey Nicole Powell, Katherine Karraker

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Parent Role Beliefs, Satisfaction with the Division of Childcare
Labor, and Mental Health among Dual-Earner New Mothers
Lauren Altenburger, Letitia Ellen Marie Kotila, Sarah Jane
Schoppe-Sullivan, Claire M. Kamp Dush

(Event 3-124) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-124. Socio-contextual Influences on the Development of
Executive Functioning in Early Childhood
Chair: Katie Kao
The Influence of Chronic Physiological Stress, Poverty, and
Parent Executive Function on Children’s Executive Function
Katie Kao, Jerrold S Meyer, Stacey N Doan, Sonja Jasinski,
Amanda R Tarullo

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Neighborhood Chaos & Children’s Effortful Control: The Role
of Parental Discipline
Michael A Skibo, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Jennifer H Suor

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Observed Indicators and Parental Perceptions of Family Chaos:
Relationships with income and executive functions in young
children
Eric Daniel Finegood, Clancy Blair

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Physical Activity and Executive Functioning in Preschoolers:
Higher Activity Levels are Associated with Cognitive Benefits
Lisa Schlueter McFadyen-Ketchum, Sarah E Watamura

(Event 3-122) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-122. The effects of cultural and linguistic experience on
number word learning
Chair: David A Barner
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Number word acquisition in an indigenous Amazonian group
Steven Piantadosi, Julian Jara-Ettinger

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Transfer of number concepts in bilingual learners
Katherine Kimura, Katie Wagner, Pierina Cheung

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Adversity in Childhood is Associated with Neural Response to
Reward in Adolescence
Kaja Z. LeWinn, Colm Connolly, Tiffany Ho, Eva Henjeblom,
A. N. Simmons, Tony Yang

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Developmental Changes in Sympathetic Reactivity—A
Mechanism for Social Adversity Effects on Children’s Mental
Health?
Nicole R Bush, Nancy Adler, W Thomas Boyce

(Event 3-125) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-125. The Development of Social Emotions in the Early
Years
Chair: Maayan Davidov
Discussant: Nancy Eisenberg
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The Early Development of Empathy for Others in Distress
across the First Year of Life
Maayan Davidov, Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, Ronit Roth-Hanania,
Yael Paz, Florina Uzefovsky, Tal Orlitsky

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(Pro)social emotions: The development of guilt and gratitude
Amrisha Vaish, Robert Hepach, Malinda Carpenter, Michael
Tomasello

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Children’s Emotions in Contexts of Peer Exclusion and
Victimization
Tina Malti, Na Young Bae, Joanna Peplak, Lixian Cui,
Elizabeth K. Johnson

(Event 3-128) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-128. Beyond goal attribution: Children’s interpretation
of choices as enduring individual preferences
Chair: Alia Martin
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Young Children’s Generalization of an Individual’s Preferences
Across Situations
Laura Garvin, Rebecca Schmidt, Amanda Woodward

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(Event 3-126) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

The role of reference in 10-month-olds’ understanding of
preference
Alia Martin, Jessica A Sommerville

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3-126. Peer influence and risky decision-making: Insight
from neuroimaging
Chairs: Jennifer H. Pfeifer, Jason Chein

Understanding mental states as belonging to specific agents in
10-month-old infants
Dora Kampis, Eszter Somogyi, Shoji Itakura, Ildikó Király

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Naive realism influences preschoolers’ understanding of
unconventional opinions
Taylor Holubar, Ellen M Markman

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Increased engagement of reward-processing regions during peer
observation reflects higher rates of risk-taking behaviors
Ashley Smith, Laurence Steinberg, Jason Chein

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Peer observation during early adolescent reward learning
enhances ventral striatal responses regardless of valence
Will Moore, Atika Khurana, Thomas J Dishion, Jennifer H.
Pfeifer

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Chronic Peer Victimization and the Neural Correlates of Risk
Taking following Social Exclusion
Eva H Telzer, Michelle Miernicki, Karen D. Rudolph

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Neural correlates of peer influence and exposure to risky
content on social media
Lauren Elizabeth Sherman, Leanna M Hernandez, Patricia M
Greenfield, Mirella Dapretto

(Event 3-129) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-129. Effects of Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence on
Children’s Self-Regulation: Findings From Early
Childhood to Adolescence
Chair: Anthony J Urquiza
Discussant: Anthony J Urquiza
Intimate Partner Violence During Infancy Predicts Toddler SelfRegulation: Moderating Influence of Maternal Childrearing
Behavior
Ann Easterbrooks, Rachel C. Katz, Chie Kotake, Nick Stelmach,
Jana H Chaudhuri

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Emotional Reactivity in Parent-Child Interactions Link IPV
with Behavior Problems
Susan Goff Timmer, Deanna Boys, Anthony J Urquiza

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The longitudinal effects of intimate partner violence on
children’s emotion regulation and adolescent problem behavior
Laura Ann McCloskey, Jonathon Beckmeyer, Melissa Weinstein

(Event 3-127) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-127. Early Adversity and Neurodevelopment: Do
Different Types of Adversity Shape Neurodevelopment in
Distinct Ways?
Chairs: Nicole R Bush, Kaja Z. LeWinn
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Child Maltreatment and Neural Structure
Kate McLaughlin, Hilary Lambert, Margaret A. Sheridan

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Child Poverty and Neural Recruitment During a Spatial
Working Memory Task
Margaret A. Sheridan, Matthew Peverill, Kate McLaughlin

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Multiple exemplars facilitate infants’ generalization of novel
properties in an induction task
Ena Vukatana, Susan A Graham, Suzanne Curtin, Michelle
Zepeda

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Eleven- and 14-Month-Old Infants Generalize A Person’s
Choice of Objects Based on Relational Similarity Between
Examples
CJ Shinchieh Duh, Su-hua Wang

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Like it or not?: Generalization of matched preferences between
self and other to novel toys in 18-month-olds
Sarah A Gerson, Harold Bekkering, Sabine Hunnius

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Generalization and error correction in infant tool use
Jane Hirtle, Amy Needham

(Event 3-130) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-130. Transactional Models of Parent-Child Relationships
and their Implications
Chair: Keith A Crnic
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Bidirectional effects between conduct problems and physical
punishment within parent-child dyads: evidence for a causal
relation?
Sytske Besemer, Dustin A Pardini, Rolf Loeber, Stephen P
Hinshaw

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Goodness of Fit in the Mother-Child Relationship: Effects of
Child Developmental Risk on Relationship Quality
Rebecca P Newland, Keith A Crnic

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Predictors of Parenting: Between- and Within-Family Factors
Alison Pike, Naama Atzaba-Poria, Tina Kretschmer

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The Reciprocal Effects Between Maternal Supportiveness and
Children’s Emotion Regulation Predict Cognitive School
Readiness
MEILING LIN, Richard Alan Faldowski

(Event 3-133) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-133. Strengthening Connections Among Research, Policy,
and Practice: What is the Role of Higher Education and
Training Programs?
Moderator: Katie A. Lingras
Panelists: Karen Cadigan, Anna D Johnson, Kelly Fisher,
Geoffrey Nagle

(Event 3-131) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-134) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-131. The development of executive function and
academic skills in the context of poverty: New perspectives
on an old question
Chairs: Jennie K Grammer, Kelly M Purtell
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Timing of early childhood poverty and kindergarteners’
executive functioning
Kelly M Purtell, Jennie K Grammer, Jennifer Lynne Coffman

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Executive function and academic achievement: A focus on lowincome English Language Learners and their English speaking
peers
Guadalupe Diaz, Karley Lewis, Alicia Miao, Megan M
McClelland

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The influence of early vagal functioning on the relation between
cumulative risk and cognitive outcomes in young children
Jennifer Lynne Coffman, Cathi B Propper, Hanna Catharina
Gustafsson

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The longitudinal relations of executive functioning skills for
children in poverty
Sandra Tang, Pamela Davis-Kean

3-134. Neuro-Sensitivity to the Early Environment:
Neurobiological Markers of Differential Susceptibility
Chair: Michael Pluess
Newborn limbic structure volumes modulate differential
susceptibility to the postnatal environment
Claudia Buss, Sonja Entringer, Jerod Rasmussen, Kirsten
Zaldarriaga Consing, John H Gilmore, Martin Styner, Pathik
D. Wadhwa

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Differential Susceptibility to the Early Environment as a
Function of Individual Differences in Brain Structure
Michael Pluess, Stephane Alexandre De Brito, Alice Jones,
Eamon McCrory, Essi M Viding

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Linking 5-HTTLPR, Family Environments, Brain Structure and
Depression: Biological Bases of Differential Susceptibility
Keriann Little, Craig A Olsson, Sarah Lauren Whittle, George J
Youssef, Julian Guy Simmons, Lisa Sheeber, Debra L Foley,
Nicholas Allen

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HTR1A methylation predicts threat-related amygdala reactivity:
Modulation by rs6295 genotype and early environment
Yuliya S Nikolova, Karestan Koenen, Sandro Galea, Ahmad
Hariri

(Event 3-132) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-132. Beyond the Beginnings: How and When Infants
Generalize Knowledge Across Domains
Chair: Sarah A Gerson

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(Event 3-135) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-138) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-135. The Contribution of Non-Cognitive Factors to
Children's Math Learning
Chair: Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

3-138. Development as Process: Delinquency, Substance
Use, and Risk Taking During Adolescence
Chair: Kathryn Monahan

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Developmental Patterns in Associations Between Instructional
Practice and Children’s Math Trajectories in Elementary
School
Melissa Castle, Heather J. Bachman, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

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Impulsivity Assessments and Implications for Predicting
Adolescent Offending
Adam Fine, Elizabeth Cauffman, Laurence Steinberg

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Can Social and Emotional Learning Interventions Help
Decrease the Gender Achievement Gap in Mathematics?
Erin R Ottmar, Alison Elizabeth Baroody, Sara Rimm-Kaufman

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Genetic and Environmental Pathways to Adolescent
Delinquency: Sensation Seeking, Peer Deviance, and Parental
Monitoring
Frank Dwight Mann, Elliot M Tucker-Drob, K. Paige Harden

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Four-Year-Olds and Their Moms Playing With Numbers: A
Dynamic-System Approach to How They Share
Responsibilities
Sophie Parent, Philip David Zelazo, Richard E Tremblay,
Guillaume Maranda, Jean Richard Seguin

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Important Others’ Involvement in Risky Behavior and
Antisocial Behavior among Adjudicated Female Adolescent
Offenders
Julia Dmitrieva, Jamie Novak, Emma Espel

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Implicit Theories and Mathematics Persistence: Mediation
Across Time
Heather Priess Priess-Groben, Janet Shibley Hyde

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Two sides of the same coin: Positive and negative forms of risk
taking during adolescence and young adulthood
Kathryn Monahan, Susan E. VanDerhei, Jamie Amemiya

(Event 3-139) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

(Event 3-136) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

3-139. Bilingual Children’s Language Learning
Trajectories: Evidence from Longitudinal Studies in Three
Countries
Chair: Vibeke Grover
Discussant: Paola Uccelli

3-136. (Re-)Considering Culture and Human Development:
Celebrating Jacqueline Goodnow
Moderator: Frank S Kessel
Panelists: Barbara Rogoff, Jeanette Lawrence, Peggy J Miller,
Richard A Shweder

How does the quality of early education impact on the
longitudinal development of Uyghur young children’s bilingual
vocabulary?
Jing Zhou, Si Chen, Lanbin Min, Li Zhang

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Bilingual children’s vocabulary development from preschool to
fifth grade: the impact of amount versus diversity in talk
exposure
Veslemøy Rydland, Vibeke Grover

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Bilingual children’s language learning in Australian
Kindergarten programs and other forms of formal childcare
Frank Niklas, Caroline Cohrssen, Collette Patria Tayler

(Event 3-137) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon B (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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3-137. Parents and Culture as Parts of the GeneEnvironment Landscape of Development
Chair: Lisabeth Fisher DiLalla
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Plays Well With Others?: Genes and Parenting Influence
Preschool Twins’ Cooperative Behaviors
Lisabeth Fisher DiLalla

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Parent-child conflict moderates the origins of childhood conduct
problems: Results from two independent samples
S. Alexandra Burt, Kelly Lynn Klump

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An Integrative View of Corporal Punishment: The Combined
Effect of Child Aggression, Parent Religiosity, and the BDNF
Gene
Reut Avinun, Maayan Davidov, David Mankuta, Ariel Knafo

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Culture as a Context for Genetic and Environmental
Contributions to Adolescent Psychopathology
Jody Ganiban, Misaki Natsuaki, Xinying Li, David Reiss, Jenae
M Neiderhiser

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(Event 3-140) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Does Maternal Parenting Mediate the Relationship Between
Child Care Instability and Child Behavior Problems?
Alejandra Ros Pilarz, Heather D Hill

3-140. Dosage Effects in Early Preventive Intervention
Programs for At-Risk Children: Methodological
Challenges, Solutions, and Promises
Chair: Amelie Petitclerc
Discussant: Craig T Ramey

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Associations among Multiple Arrangements, Child Gender, and
Reading Decoding in Kindergarten
Mary Bratsch-Hines, Lynne Vernon-Feagans

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Estimating Dosage Effects in Preschool Interventions
Suh-Ruu Ou, Judy Temple, Arthur Reynolds

(Event 3-143) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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The Impact of Treatment Dosage on Child Development:
Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial of an Irish Home
Visiting Program
Orla Doyle, Nick Fitzpatrick, Amelie Petitclerc

3-143. The interface of memory and perception in
development: Boundary extension in infants, preschoolers,
and atypical development
Chairs: Helene Intraub, Jamie Ogline Edgin

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Dosage Effects of Two Early Intervention Components on
Children’s Future Contact with the Justice System
Amelie Petitclerc, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

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Anticipatory scene representation in young children’s drawings
and recognition memory
Helene Intraub, Erica Kreindel

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Do memory and perception interact in development?: Boundary
extension in a developmental memory disorder
Jamie Ogline Edgin, Goffredina Spano, Malissa Tsang

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Locomotion as a correlate of boundary extension in 9 month old
infants
Sinead Mullally

(Event 3-141) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon J (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-141. New Perspectives on the Development of Essentialist
Thought
Chair: Larisa Heiphetz
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The Ins(ides) and Outs(ides) of Infants’ Representations of
Agents
Erik Wayne Cheries

(Event 3-144) Lunch with the Leaders
Independence Ballroom 1 & 2 (Marriott, Level 3)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm

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Three-Year-Olds Explain via Inherent Features, not Essences:
Evidence that Essentialism Develops out of an Explanatory
Heuristic
Andrei Cimpian, Christina Marie Tworek

Please note this is a ticketed event.

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Genes, Environment, or Choice? Children's and Adults' Causal
Attributions for Personal Characteristics
Meredith Meyer, Steven Othello Roberts, Toby E. Jayaratne,
Susan A Gelman

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Children’s and Adults’ Reasoning about Identity: Perspectives
from Psychology and Philosophy
Larisa Heiphetz, Nina Strohminger, Liane L. Young

Table 1 Leader: Kristin A Moore
Table 2 Leader: Jacqueline Lerner
Table 3 Leader: Robert C Pianta
Table 4 Leader: Frosso Motti
Table 5 Leader: Deborah J Johnson
Table 6 Leader: Anne C Petersen
Table 7 Leader: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Table 8 Leader: Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek
Table 9 Leader: Rashmita S. Mistry
Table 10 Leader: Marion K. Underwood
Table 11Leader: Laura D Hanish
Table 12 Leader: Carol L Martin
Table 13 Leader: Adriana J. Umana-Taylor
Table 14 Leader: Lorah D Dorn
Table 15 Leader: Noel A Card
Table 16 Leader: Stephen T Russell
Table 17 Leader: Thomas J Dishion
Table 18 Leader: Patrick Leman

(Event 3-142) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 12:00pm-1:30pm
3-142. Families’ Use of Multiple or Unstable Child Care
Arrangements and Implications for Children and Families
Chair: Mary Bratsch-Hines
Discussant: Taryn W Morrissey
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Maternal Citizenship Status and Child Care Arrangements:
Configuration and Multiplicity
Jen-Hao Chen

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Saturday, 12:30pm-1:45pm

Biological Processes

(Event 3-145) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 12:30pm-1:45pm

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3-145. Poster Session 12

Social Relationships

Attention, Learning, Memory

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1

Examining the Relations Between Executive Functioning and
Social and Emotional Competencies in School-Aged Children
Essie Sutton, Kimberly A Schonert-Reichl, Molly Lawlor,
Angela Maria Jaramillo, Jenna Whitehead, Karen Forsyth

2

How knowledge of translation equivalents influences cognitive
flexibility in bilingual children
Christina Schonberg, Natsuki Atagi, Catherine Sandhofer

3

Investigation of Children’s Executive Function and EventRelated Potentials: Comparison of Indoor and Outdoor
Environments
Julia C Torquati, Anne R Schutte

4

The developmental trajectory of attentional biases to emotional
male and female faces across the first two years of life.
Jessica Burris, Jessica M Tucci, Tyler Mccurley, Sarah
Raphael, Brianna McGee, Susan M Rivera

5

The Effects of Inter Stimulus Interval on Infant Attention and
Face Perception: An Event-related Potentials Study
Wanze Xie, John E Richards

6

Novelty Preferences as Visual Exploration
Donna Fisher Thompson, Burt Thompson

7

From Awake to Asleep States: Children's Self-regulation and
Motor Activity at Bedtime
moran samuel, Anat Scher

8

The Involvement of Working Memory Resources in Children’s
Mathematical Performance: The Advantage of the Visuospatial
Sketchpad
Alana E Dulaney, Marina Vasilyeva

9

Calm and controlled: Inhibitory control and parasympathetic
influence predict the development of externalizing problems
Sarah Kahle, William T. Utendale, Paul David Hastings

10

The Role of Memory in the Model Room Task
Lauren Hartstein, Neil Berthier

11

Monolingualism, Bilingualism, and Executive Function of
Children from Low-income Families
LinLin Yao, Helen H Raikes

12

Visual Analysis of Form and Contour in Infants and Adults
Kristen Woo, Riku Moriguchi, Clay Mash, Marc H Bornstein

13

How do Infants Coordinate Head and Gaze?: Computational
Analysis of Infant’s First Person View in Social Interactions
Lars Schillingmann, Joseph M Burling, Hanako Yoshida, Yukie
Nagai

14

Inferior Longitudinal Fasciculus and Literacy Skill in Young
Children
Natalie Baez, Iris Broce, Anthony Steven Dick

He said, she said: Children’s experiences of physical and
relational victimization in the Social Competence Interview
Clio Pitula, Chelsea Hetherington, Adrienne Banny, Amy L
Gower, Kathaleen Hoemberg, Craig K Ewart, Nicki R Crick,
Dianna K Murray-Close

Biological Processes
17

Using fNIRS to Investigate Processing of Social and
Mechanical Events in the Infant Brain
Marisa Biondi, Teresa Wilcox

18

Heart Rate Variability and Diagnoses of Depression in
Adolescents
Cope Feurer, Katie Lynn Burkhouse, Brandon E Gibb

19

Heart Rate Co-Regulation in Young Romantic Couples
Larissa B Del Piero, Adela C Timmons, Gayla Margolin

20

Curvilinear Associations Between Daily Family Stress and
Cardiovascular Risk Factors During Adolescence
Jessica Chiang, Julienne E. Bower, David M. Almeida, Teresa
E Seeman, Andrew J Fuligni

21

Prenatal Maternal Happiness Predicts Toddler Cognitive
Development
Amanda M. Appel, Elysia Poggi Davis, CURT SANDMAN,
Laura Glynn

22

The Influences of Prenatal Substance Exposure and Infant
Soothability on Social Development
Hasmik Tokadjian, Sara R. Berzenski, Tuppett M. Yates

Cognitive Processes
Principled Connections in Common Sense Conception
Paul Haward, Laura Wagner, Susan E Carey, Sandeep Prasada

24

Relations between parent-child explanatory talk and solutions to
scientific problems in conversation
Jill Marni Hohenstein, Harriet R Tenenbaum

25

Changing Physics Misconceptions in 6- to 12-Year Olds: Does
A Bottom-Up Approach Work?
Talia Waltzer, Heidi Kloos, Ramon Daniel Castillo Guevara

26

Infants expect novel animals of the same kind to use similar
vocalizations
Pei Pei Setoh, Renee Baillargeon, Andrei Cimpian

27

A Pilot Study for the Korean Version of the WPPSI-IV
SangHee Lee, KyungOk Lee, Hyewon Park Choi

28

Intelligence and development: Two independent fields of study,
or an artificial divide?
Frank Baughman, Michael Thomas, Mike Anderson, Corinne
Reid

Exploring the effects playground activity on motor competence,
physical fitness and executive functions in in 5 years old
children
PATRIZIA TORTELLA, GUIDO FRANCESCO FUMAGALLI

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29

Changing the Playing Field: An Ecological Approach to
Assessing Children’s Cognitive Abilities Within Contexts of
Risk
Jennifer H Suor, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Patrick Davies, Dante
Cicchetti, Liviah Manning

Developmental Disabilities
46

Factor Structure of the Speed DIAL-4 Developmental Screening
Tool
William Frye, Kaitlin Baker, Steven K Shapiro

30

The interference effect in multiplication facts storing: typical
and atypical development
Alice De Visscher, Marie-Pascale Noël, Bert De Smedt

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31

Temporary changes to children’s ANS precision affect their
symbolic math performance
Jinjing Wang, Darko Odic, Justin Halberda, Lisa Feigenson

Observers Rate a Child as More Hyperactive if Falsely Told the
Child Just Consumed Cookies: Controlled Study of the Sugar
Bias
Stephen Hupp, Kari Legg, Gregory Everett, Jeremy Jewell

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Development of an Assessment to Examine Preschool
Children’s Data Analysis Skills
Tomoko Wakabayashi, Zongping Xiang

The SWAN Rating Scale: An Examination of the Psychometric
Properties Using Item Response Theory
Rebecca Lynch, Christopher State Schatschneider, Jamie Marie
Quinn, Amber Farrington

49

The Impact of Parenting Stress on Parenting a Child with
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Parental Well-Being
Megan M. Pruitt, Lisa Keylon, Naomi Ekas

50

Social Initiative in Higher Functioning Children and
Adolescents with Autism and Unfamiliar Typically Developing
Peers
Lauren V Usher, Catherine Burrows, Caley B Schwartz,
Heather Henderson

51

Transitive Inference in Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorder and Limited Verbal Ability
Claire Derwent, Sebastian B Gaigg, Dermot Bowler

52

Associations between Child Autism Spectrum Disorder
Symptom Severity, Parent Mental Health and Family
Functioning
Naomi Ekas, Megan M. Pruitt, Lisa Keylon

53

Does Prenatal Psychotropic Medication Exposure Associate
with Child Language and Social Development?
Erica Smearman, Cassandra Lei Hendrix, Alicia K Smith, Opal
Y Ousley, Patty Brennan, Katrina A. Cederberg Johnson

33

Enhanced Learning Associated with Muscle Activation While
Viewing Gesture
Linda Rueckert, Ruth Breckinridge Church, William Camacho,
Mayra Saucedo, Martha Wagner Alibali

35

Investigating Preschoolers' ANS Acuity on Conflict Trials:
Does Object Type Matter?
Mary Catherine Wagner Fuhs, Nicole McNeil

36

Modeling Helps Four-year-olds, but not Three-year-olds,
Improve Their Knowledge Judgments
Amanda Rae Lipko-Speed, Stephanie Buchert, Gina Stephan,
William E Merriman

37

The Influence of Picture Performance Information on
Children’s Overconfidence
Elizabeth Morgan, Amanda Rae Lipko-Speed

38

Problem-Solving Skills at Age Four: Contributions of Child
Executive Function Skills and Parenting Behaviors
Leslie A. Patton, Martha Ann Bell, Cynthia L. Smith

39

Fitting the Overlapping Waves Model to longitudinal
(microgenetic) Balance Scale Task data
Jan Boom

54

Sibling resilience in autism: Course correction in developmental
trajecotry of eye fixation before age 12 months.
Ami Klin, Warren Jones

40

The effect of abstract versus concrete labels on children's
relational reasoning
Emily Fyfe, Nicole McNeil, Bethany RittleJohnson

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41

It Looks Familiar but I don’t Recollect: Repetition affects
Recognition Memory differently throughout Childhood
Laura Koenig, Marina Wimmer, Timothy J Perfect

Joint Attention, Parent Mental State Language, and Overall
Language in Children with ASD and TD Children
Ellen Faith Geib, Katelyn Johanna Hamilton, Beverly Jo
Wilson

56

Rehabilitation Intervention Changing the Dynamics of
Movement in Children with Arthrogryposis
Iryna Babik, Laura R. Libassi, Naimisha Movva, Michele A
Lobo

57

Negotiating Conflict: Social Problem Solving in Childhood
Epilepsy
Katharine M Bailey, Keely Owens-Jaffray, Raheleh Saryazdi,
Nancie Im-Bolter

42

“She didn’t even say sorry!” Children remember when
transgressors fail to apologize
Marissa Britt Drell, Vikram K Jaswal

43

Children’s Source Monitoring Processes at Encoding and
Retrieval
Becky Earhart, Kim P Roberts

44

Conflict Between Perspectives: 8- to 11-year old Children’s
Performance on a Spatial Perspective-Taking task
Karin Vander Heyden, Mariëtte Huizinga, Jelle Jolles

45

Developmental Psychopathology
58

Development of scaling abilities in map-reading tasks for open
spaces
Yenny Otalora, Hernando Taborda

224

An Examination of the Irritable and Defiant Dimensions of
Oppositionality: Correlates and Characteristics in the School
Context
Spencer C. Evans, Paula J Fite, John L Cooley, Jennifer B.
Blossom

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59

Electronic Media Use and Emotional and Behavioral Problems
in Late Childhood
Lisa Kate Mundy, Stephen Heaprs, Nicholas Allen, George
Patton

73

Stability of Irritable-Angry Mood and Temper Outbursts in
Children over Time
Susan D Mayes, Christine M Mathiowetz, Cari M Kokotovich

The Development of Marijuana use and Depressive Symptoms
from Adolescence Through Early Adulthood Among At-Risk
Males
Sean Womack, Daniel S. Shaw, Chelsea M Weaver, Erika E
Forbes

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61

Trajectories of maternal and paternal depressive symptoms and
their impact on early child behavior problems
Ane Nærde, Martina Narayanan

Attention biases to emotional stimuli in children at risk for
suicidal behavior
Aliona Tsypes, Brandon E Gibb

75

62

The Impact of Children’s Internalizing and Externalizing
Problems on Parenting: Transactional Processes Over Time
Danielle Kingdon, Lisa A Serbin, Paula Lynn Ruttle, Dale M
Stack

A Short-term, Prospective Test of the InterpersonalPsychological Theory of Suicidal Ideation in an Adolescent
Clinical Sample
Adam Miller, Christianne Esposito-Smythers, Richard
Leichtweis

76

A Cross-cultural Study on the Relations between Attitude
towards Physical Aggression and Children’s Wellbeing
Amanda Bullock, Junsheng Liu, Robert J. Coplan, Xinyin Chen,
Lynne Zarbatany, Wendy E Ellis

Adolescent but not Parent Report of Irritability is Related to
Suicidal Ideation in Psychiatrically Hospitalized Adolescents
Elisabeth Frazier, Lourah Seaboyer, Richard Liu, Maya
Massing-Schaffer, Jeffrey Hunt, Jennifer Wolff, Anthony Spirito

77

Stability of Early Infant Affect and its Prediction to Later Child
Problem Behaviors
Ida Anna Christina Johansdotter Rystad, Betty Lin, Emily Ross,
Keith A Crnic, Linda J. Luecken, Nancy A Gonzales

An Examination of the Interaction Between Risk Sensitivity and
Inhibitory Control Related to Young Adults’ Substance Use
Rachel Kahn, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby Deater-Deckard,
Pearl Chiu, Brooks King-Casas

78

Interactions Between Callous-Unemotional Behavior and
Anxious-Temperament in Predicting School-Aged Conduct
Problems
Ju-Hyun Song, Rebecca Waller, Luke W. Hyde, Sheryl L Olson

Early onset of cannabis use: Does personality modify the
relation with changes in parental involvement?
Hanneke Creemers, Pol van Lier, Loes Keijsers, Wim Meeus,
Hans M Koot, Anja C. Huizink

79

Fearful Temperament in Post-institutionalized Children: Results
from a Longitudinal Study
Elisa Esposito, Shanna Mliner, Megan R Gunnar

Validity of the Dutch Adaptation of the Children’s Loneliness
Scale (CLS): Self- and Peer-Reports
Marlies Maes, Wim Van den Noortgate, Luc G Goossens

Education, Schooling

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67

Differences in NPY Genotype Differentially Predict Anxiety
Symptoms in Maltreated and Nonmaltreated Children
Adrienne VanZomeren-Dohm, Fred A Rogosch, Dante Cicchetti

68

Family Dysfunction in Childhood is Related to More
Internalizing Problems in Adulthood Among Extremely Low
Birth Weight Survivors
Victoria Stead, Christina Borges, Paz Fortier, Alva Tang,
Karen Mathewson, Ryan J. Van Lieshout, Saroj Saigal, Michael
H. Boyle, Louis A. Schmidt

80

Spatial Skills in Elementary School Predict Trajectory of
Number Sense Development and Achievement
Martha M Carr, Natalia Aleexev, Erin Horan, Nicole Barned,
Lu Wang

81

Peer-assisted Prevention of Mathematical Difficulties
Marco Ennemoser, Kristin Krajewski

82

Reducing Algebraic Misconceptions and Errors Through the
Use of Correct and Incorrect Worked-Examples
Kelly McGinn, Julie L Booth, Christina Barbieri

84

Investigating the Role Self-Regulatory and Prosocial
Phenomena in Predicting Academic Achievement and Prosocial
Behavior
Cristi Pinela, Elizabeth Tremaine, Monica Bahan, Robert W
Roeser

69

Effects over time of Segregation on Mental Health among Jail
Inmates
Ashley Schappell, Sheila Solano, Dale Suanino, Paul Boxer

70

Moderating Effects of Insecure Attachment Between
Rs41423247 Polymorphisms and Anxiety Disorders in
adolescent
Li Yuan, Ling yan Li, FANG FAN

85

Concordance between self and peer ratings of depression:
Influences on adolescent socioemotional adjustment
Lauren Hammond, Julie Wargo Aikins

The links between mathematical anxiety, academic performance
and social functioning in adolescents
Kinga Morsanyi, Tobias Kahl, Rebecca Rooney

86

The Role of Parent-Child and Teacher-Child Connectedness on
Youth Academic Agency, Academic Engagement, and
Academic Outcomes
Jingtong Pan, Alice Donlan, Jonathan F Zaff

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72

Change of attachment representations during impatient
psychotherapy in clinically depressed patients.
Iris Reiner, Elisabeth Fremmer-Bombik, Gotje Trojan, Matthias
Michal, Manfred Beutel

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87

Vocabulary, African-American English, and Language Disorder
in African-American Children: Implications for Testing and
Motivation
Primula Diso Lane, Miray Seward, Ashley Ruba, Bayley
Garbutt, William Jackson, Makeba Parramore Wilbourn

88

Pretending to be a Princess in Preschool: Is Exposure to
Princess Movies and Toys Associated with Motivational Style?
Alisha Renee Walker Marciano, Domenica Kathleen Favero,
Lyndsay Greene, Amanda Mayhew, Sean Rigney, Moran
Beidleman

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100 The Mission of a Catholic School Reflected in Interviews,
Autophotography, and Picture Selections of Children Attending
the School
Darlene DeMarie, Kendall Mackay, Laura Mockensturm
101 Peer victimization and student-teacher relations among
Brazilian adolescents
Josafa M Cunha

Family Context & Processes
102 A Longitudinal Examination of Young Mothers’ Engagement in
a Pregnancy and Perinatal Support Program
Xiaoli Wen, Jon Korfmacher, Sydney L Hans

Classroom-Level Adversity: Concurrent, Longitudinal, and
Differential Relations with Socially Adaptive and Maladaptive
Behaviors
Tashia Abry, Crystal I. Bryce, Robert H Bradley, Jodi Swanson,
Richard A Fabes, Robert F Corwyn

103 Social support as mediator on maternal-infant interactions
among adolescent mothers living in at-risk environments
Eva Diniz, Diogo Araujo DeSousa, Brenda L Volling, Silvia
Helena Koller

The association between social classroom cohesion and
disruptive classroom behavior
Thomas Begert, Christoph Michael Müller, Gérard Bless

104 Household chaos and adolescents' sense of mastery and future
beliefs
Corinna Jenkins Tucker, Erin Hiley Sharp, Karen Van Gundy,
Cesar Rebellon

91

Negotiating (Dis)Respect: Value Discrepancies in a 6th Grade
Classroom
Dana Hsu, Shannon R Audley-Piotrowski

92

Developing and researching the use of technology to support
preschool children’s mathematics learning
Ashley E Lewis Presser, Philip Vahey, Ximena Dominguez,
Christine Zanchi

93

Free Play or Guided Play? An Observational Study of Preschool
Play Experiences
Priscilla Goble, Carol L Martin, Laura D Hanish, Stacie
Foster, Natalie D. Eggum-Wilkens, Richard A Fabes

94

Impact of an Elementary Math Specialist Program on Students:
Mathematics Ability: A Longitudinal Study
Traci Kutaka, Anthony D Albano, Wendy M Smith, Carolyn P
Edwards, Lixin Ren, Heidi Lynn Fleharty

95

Early Childhood Educators’ Perceptions of Teaching and
Learning Math
Dana Winters, Stephanie Romero, Keith Trahan, Everett
Herman, Cindy Tananis, Mallary I Swartz, Nancy Bunt

96

Counting, But Not Comparing, Helps Children Produce
Accurate Number Line Estimates
Patrick Cravalho, Jenna Wall, Bradley J Morris

109 Family Members Helping: Alliances during Polyadic Conflicts
at Home
Ryan Persram, Nina Howe, Sandra Della Porta, Hildy S Ross

97

Latino Science-Specific Parenting Beliefs and Behaviors
Towards Adolescent Children
Erin Gaskin, Sandra Denise Simpkins

110 Parents’ Differential Treatment, Sibling Jealousy, Fairness, and
Youths’ Adjustment: A Moderated-Mediation Model
Meghan Kathleen Loeser, Shawn D Whiteman

98

Contributions of Three Student Engagement Measures on Fifth
Grade Students’ Social Competence and Achievement in Math
Class
Alison Elizabeth Baroody, Sara Rimm-Kaufman, Ross A Larsen,
Timothy W Curby

111 Longitudinal Linkages between Similarities in Siblings’
Interests and Perceived Self-worth
Susan Doughty, Susan McHale

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105 Father Involvement in Care and Socialization Activities with
Children: Is it all About Fathers or are Mothers Being
Gatekeepers?
Ligia Maria Santos Monteiro, Nuno Torres, Irina Branco, Inês
Pessoa e Costa, Carolina Santos
106 Fathers’ and Mothers’ Psychopathology Symptoms Predicting
Maternal Emotion Talk With Preschoolers
Lotte van der Pol, Marleen Groeneveld, Elizabeth Theodora
Hallers-Haalboom, Sheila van Berkel, Joyce Endendijk, Judi
Mesman, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg
107 Parental Problem Drinking is Associated with Poorer Child
Sleep Independent of Family Dysfunction
Peggy S Keller, Lauren Gilbert, Eric Andrew Haak, Shuang Bi,
Mona M El-Sheikh
108 Father-child interaction and children Executive function as
predictors of impulse control and aggression in adolescence
Braima Salaam, Nina S. Mounts

112 Intergenerational Transmission of Parenting: The Role of
Paternal Figures For Hispanic Fathers’ Parenting Practices and
Attitudes
Henry Gonzalez, Mindy Scott, Melissa A. Barnett

Middle School Teachers’ Perceptions of Ability as Predictors of
High School Honors Course Enrollment among African
American Youth
Katherine Aidan Perkins, Beth E Kurtz-Costes, Olivenne
Doreen Skinner, Heidi Anahi Vuletich, Adam J. Hoffman

113 Decomposing Effects of Early Unpredictable Environment on
Later Development
Sarah Hartman, Gabriel L Schlomer, Jay Belsky

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114 From RCTs to the Real World: What Should be Expected when
Taking Home Visiting Programs to Scale?
Kaeley C Bobbitt, Cynthia A Osborne

127 Differences in Spanish and English Proficiencies Among
Children of Immigrants: Demographic, Family, Home, and
Preschool Factors
Brian A Collins, Claudio O. Toppelberg

115 Intergenerational Effects of Trauma: Maternal Adverse
Childhood Experiences in Relation to Reproductive and
Postnatal Outcomes
Christina Grace McDonnell, Kristin Valentino, Sue Taylor,
Jeanne Mattei

128 Bilingual children sort of show cross-cultural differences in
storytelling style
Elena Nicoladis, Adam Kedmy
129 Narrative Abilities in Preschoolers: A Bilingual-Monolingual
Comparison
Annick De Houwer, Marc H Bornstein, Diane Leach Putnick

116 Prenatal depressive symptoms predict infant temperament
Just Wernand, Mirjam Oosterman, Carlo Schuengel
117 Resistance to Peer Influence: A Buffer Against the Impact of
Older Sibling Negative Behaviors on Academic Achievement
Motivation
Christina Rogers Hollifield, Katherine Jewsbury Conger,
Amanda E Guyer, Ashley L Crouch, Keith F Widaman, Richard
Whitney Robins

130 Oral Narratives of bilinguals and English-only children
Perla Blanca Gamez, Dahlia Gonzalez, Susan Cohen Levine
131 Temporal Responsiveness in Mother-Child Dialogue: A
Longitudinal Study of Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired
Children
Nicholas A Smith, Bob McMurray

118 Variables related to maternal depression during infancy:
Focused on different age of infant
Yeonsoo Esther Kim, Keumjoo Kwak, Hyun Su Cho, HyoJin
Lee, SooJung Rim

132 Pointing the Way Forward: The Role of Gesture in Giving and
Receiving Route Direction Information
Elizabeth Austin, Naomi Sweller
133 The development of the ability to manage the referents in
discourse by gestures and speech
Kazuki Sekine, Sotaro Kita

Health, Growth, Injury
119 The Research on Factors affecting Life Satisfaction of
Adolescents with Atopic Dermatitis
Chang Yong Choi

134 Grammatical Quantity Concepts and Early Number Acquisition
Dorothy Ahn

120 Parental projections of developmental outcome, quality of life
and coping in children who require neonatal intensive care
Andreea Bogdana Gorgos, Shuvo Ghosh, Patricia Riley,
Antoine Payot

135 Effects of Hindī’s Split-ergativity on Children's Verb
Interpretation
Anurag Rimzhim, Letitia R Naigles
136 Examining the Role of the Sentence Structure on Children’s
Word Identification
Giovanna Morini, Rochelle Newman, Katerina Sanders

121 Links between children’s excessive daytime sleepiness and
quality of life.
Jenni Beth Rouse, Hayley Wells, Rachel Smith, Kristin Avis,
David C Schwebel

137 Referential Clarity in Children's Language Learning
Experiences: Evidence from Head Cameras Worn in the Home
Meagan Barnhart, Sumarga H Suanda, Linda B Smith, Chen Yu

122 Peer Victimization and Adolescent Adjustment: The
Moderating Role of Sleep
Kelly M. Tu, Stephen Erath, Mona M El-Sheikh

138 Temperament-Vocabulary Links in the Third Year
Wallace E Dixon, Jaima S. Price

123 Sleep Quality, Language Development, and Autism Symptoms
in Preschool-Age Children with Down Syndrome
Ursula Tooley, Goffredina Spano, Bianca Demara, Casandra
Nyhuis, Payal Anand, Cristi Stoops, Jamie Ogline Edgin

139 The Importance of Social Cues for Early Vocabulary in Infants
with Limited Nonverbal Cognitive Skills
Caitlin Ford Canfield, Kimberly J Saudino

124 Associations Between Children’s Intelligence and Academic
Achievement: The Role of Sleep
Kelly M. Tu, Stephen Erath, Joseph A Buckhalt, Brian Thomas
Marks, Mona M El-Sheikh

140 Verbal Irony Comprehension Moderates Negative SocioEmotional Outcomes Associated with Shyness
Tracy Anne Mewhort-Buist, Elizabeth Nilsen

Language, Communication

141 Preschoolers Spontaneously Encode Discourse Structure
Jessica Sullivan, Nestor Tulagan, Nicholas Gruberg, David A
Barner, Victor Ferreira

125 Language Use in a “One-Parent One-Language” Bilingual
Family: Maternal Perception, Noun/Verb Use, and Code
Switching
Chen Qiu, Adam Winsler

142 What in Maternal Speech to Infants Predicts Later Language
Skills?
Lucas Chang, Shirlene Wade, Clarice Monique Robenalt,
Tiffany Ziebol, Gedeon O Deak

126 Child-Level Predictors of Receptive Spanish Language
Retention in the Context of the Pre-K Classroom
Audrey Constance Juhasz, Lisa Boyce

143 Does Narrative Context Make a Difference in Mental State
Language? Play-facilitated Storytelling vs. Oral Storytelling
Hande Ilgaz, Jedediah WP Allen, Bahar Bozbıyık

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144 The Development of Evaluatives in Young Children's Fictional
Stories in a Peer-Oriented Narrative Activity
Hande Ilgaz, Ageliki Nicolopoulou

Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
158 Adverse Childhood Experiences, Poverty and Parenting Stress
Jordan Bate, Anne Murphy, Miriam Steele, Adella Nikitiades,
Shanta R. Dube, Karen Bonuck, Paul Meissner, Howard Steele

145 Narrative Skills and Socio-Emotional Functioning in EuropeanAmerican and Chinese Immigrant Children
Jessie Bee Kim Koh, Evelyn Chi Ching Fok, Qi Wang

159 The Relationship between the Dosage of an Intervention
Targeting Child Neglect and its Effects
Annie Bérubé, Sylvain Coutu, Christelle Mazaye-Robert, Diane
Dubeau

Methods, History, Theory
146 Alcohol Specific Parenting: Development of a Parent Report
Measure
Christian Garcia, Eric Andrew Haak, Dominique LaPlante,
Peggy S Keller

160 Identifying Adolescent Mothers Most in Need of Targeted
Interventions to Prevent Physical Child Abuse
Nicole Dominique Hollis, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Laudan B
Jahromi, Kimberly Updegraff

147 Confirmatory Factor Analysis of Thornberg and Jungert’s
Moral Disengagement in Bullying Scale
Schell Marie Hufstetler, Christopher Henrich, Joel Meyers,
Robert Thornberg, Kristen Varjas

161 A look at children's attachment network during the pre-school
years: parents and professional caregivers
Filipa Silva, Cristiana Levinthal, Ligia Maria Santos Monteiro,
Alexandra Pinto, Manuela Verissimo

148 Assessing the Efficacy of Models Testing Differential
Susceptibility Theory: What Causal Processes do G x E Effects
Capture?
Sarah Moore, Felix Thoemmes

162 Effects of Caregiver Continuity and Primary Caregiver
Assignment on Caregiver-Child Attachment in Centers for
Children Under Three
Kerstin Bäuerlein, Jan Rösler, Christine Lübbeke, Eva Stumpf,
Angelika Weber, Wolfgang Schneider

Moral Development
149 ‘If you let other people’s feelings into your heart and you, like,
think about them’: Empathy Meaning and Measurement
Mary H. Buckingham, Lacey Hilliard, Milena Batanova,
Richard M Lerner

163 Attachment and Depressive Symptoms in Middle Childhood:
The Moderating Role of Skin Conductance Level Variability
Chloe Finet, Nicoleta Poiana, Karla Van Leeuwen, Adinda
Dujardin, Simon De Winter, Joke Heylen, Magali Van de Walle,
Guy Bosmans

150 Preschoolers' Resource-sharing Behavior after a Fight/Flight
Collaboration Task
Zijing He, Yan Mu, Yu Guo

164 A Randomized Study of the Effects of a Short-Term, StrengthsBased Newborn Intervention on Mother-infant Interaction
J. Kevin Nugent, Jessica D Bartlett

151 Cultural Differences in Young Children's Prosocial Reactions
Allison Boyle, Thalia Raquel Goldstein

165 Early Self-Regulation and Receptive Language: The
Moderating Role of Maternal Detachment in a Low-Income
Sample
Neda Senehi, Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb, Tiffany L.
Martoccio, Danielle Dalimonte-Merckling

152 Are Maternal Moral Socialization Strategies Sensitive to
Sibling Conflict Features and Relationship Quality?
Alyssa Scirocco, Holly E Recchia, Cecilia Wainryb, Monisha
Pasupathi

166 Attachment Insecurity as a Risk Factor for Adolescent
Depression: the Mediating Role of Emotional Processes
Mahsa Movahed Abtahi, Kathryn A Kerns

153 Do As I Say and Not As I Think: Parent Socialization of LieTelling Behavior
Jennifer Lavoie, Karissa Leduc, Victoria Talwar, Angela M
Crossman

167 Validation of the Mexican Parenting Questionnaire for
Adolescents (MPQ-A) among Early-Adolescents in Peru
Linda C Halgunseth, Magaly Suzy Noblega Mayorga, Patricia
Barrig, Karen Macavilca, Graciela Espinosa-Hernandez,
Alexander Reid

154 The quality of mother-child moral discussions: Links with
temperament, maternal personality, and adolescent moral
outcomes
Deborah J. Laible, Erin Karahuta, Sarah L Pierotti, Mary B
Eberly Lewis, Gustavo Carlo, Jill Froimson

168 Reciprocal Relations Between Discipline and Aggression
Throughout Childhood: Maternal Reasoning and Family
Cohesion as Moderators
Michael Joseph Sheehan, Malcolm Watson

155 Parental Warmth and Hostility on Adolescent Prosocial
Behavior
Michael Brown, Laura M Padilla-Walker

169 Factors Predicting the Transition from Residential to NonResidential Fatherhood among Poor, Rural American Families
Hongjian Cao, William Roger Mills-Koonce, Bharathi Zvara,
Martha J Cox

156 Impediments to toddler helping: Age differences in non-helping
behavior
Whitney Waugh, Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Jesse Drummond,
Rebekkah Lauren Gross, Elizabeth Moore, Celia A Brownell

170 Fathers and Boyfriends of Female Adolescent Offenders: The
Insidious Effects of Warm but Hostile Fathers
Kristen O''Connell, Julia Dmitrieva, Jamie Novak, Emma Espel,
Jiquan Lin

157 Anticipation of reciprocity by 14-month-old infants: Evidence
from a word extension task
Jun Yin, Denis Tatone, Gergely Csibra

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171 Paternal and Maternal Anxiety and Parenting Behavior in
Relation to Child Anxiety
Robert Gibler, Elizabeth J Kiel

Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
184 Distribution of Visual Attention to Paired Faces in 11-MonthOlds
Kathryn Hauschild, Mark S Strauss

172 Fathers’ autonomy support and social competence of sons and
daughters
Robert F Corwyn, Robert H Bradley

185 An investigation of the other-race effect in children from
racially homogeneous and heterogeneous populations
Diana S Y Tham, J Gavin Bremner

173 Parenting Self-Efficacy and Practices at the Transition to
Adolescence: Does Experience with an Older Child Matter?
Allison Cotter, Terese Glatz, Christy M. Buchanan

186 Categorical Perception of Facial Emotional Expressions in
Toddlers
Vivian Lee, M.D. Rutherford

174 The Role of Parenting History in the Prediction of Adolescents’
Coping: A Longitudinal Study
Stijn Van Petegem, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Bart Soenens,
Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck, Katrijn Brenning

187 Strategies for Orienting Objects during Hand-to-Mouth
Transport in Infants
Ashley Renee Smith, Bjoern A. Kahrs, Jeffrey J Lockman

175 Maternal Intrusiveness in Toddlerhood and Cooperative and
Externalizing Behaviors in Fifth Grade: Mediation by Emotion
Regulation
Erin Elizabeth Harmeyer, Jean M Ispa, Francisco Palermo,
Gustavo Carlo, Cara Streit, Chang Su-Russell

188 Haptic Exploration of Tools: Insight into the Cognitive
Processes that Drive Haptic Exploration in Preschool-aged
Children
Hilary Kalagher

Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context

176 Daily Phone Diaries, A Qualitative Exploration into Parental
Caregiving Activities Post- Pediatric Injury
Kelly Hanlon, Nori M Minch, H. Gerry Taylor, Keith Owen
Yeates, Terry Stancin, Megan E Narad, Shari Wade

189 Neighborhood Ethnic Density Mediates and Moderates the
Influence of Parenting on Chinese American Children’s SelfRegulation
Erica H. Lee, Qing Zhou

177 Puberty Moderates Effects of the Parent-Adolescent
Relationship on Adolescents’ Externalizing and Internalizing
Symptoms
Meredith A Henry, Sylvie Mrug

190 Interpersonal and Attitudinal Correlates of Having Cross-Ethnic
Friends in Emerging Adulthood
Jakeem Lewis, Adrienne Nishina

178 Transactional Processes Linking Maternal Depression,
Parenting Practices, and Child Externalizing Behavior in
Middle Childhood
Erin Mathis, Karen L Bierman

191 Delinquency in African American, Urban Youth and the
Moderating Role of Ethnic Identity
Dakari Quimby, Michaela Mozley, Maryse H Richards

179 Impact of the Relationship between Mother and her significant
person in the Childcare Support Center on Commitment to her
child
KUNIKO KATO

192 The Oral Traditions of New York City Latino Head Start
Families
Emily Clarkson Bostwick, Dehidanin Cuevas, Adina Schick,
Gigliana Melzi

180 Risk-taking behaviour in early adolescence: the role of parentchild interaction quality and negative life events
Sarah Foley, Naomi White, Amanda Aldercotte, Nikhil
Darshane, Claire H Hughes

193 The Role of Socialization Self-Efficacy in Cultural and Racial
Socialization among Transracial Adoptive Parents
Jaegoo Lee
194 “We should help the family…but would we?”: Profiles of
Puerto Rican adolescents’ family obligations and their
adjustment
Myriam Villalobos, Marina Tasopoulos-Chan

181 Interactive Effects of Parenting and Fearful Temperament on
Approach Behaviors during Early Childhood
Brenna Sapotichne, Laura Scaramella, Moira Rose Riley,
Jessica M Grande, Virginia I Hatch, Alexa E Austin

195 Math and English Performance among 3-8th Grade Students
from Chinese, Bengali, Urdu, and Punjabi Speaking Homes in
New York City
Sumie Okazaki, Suzanne Elgendy

182 Parental Well-Being: The Roles of Gender, Relationships,
Personality, Parenting Status and Sexual Orientation
Kate Ellis-Davies, Michael E Lamb, Alice Winstanley, Peter
Jason Rentfrow

196 Ethnic/Racial Identity and Academic Achievement: A MetaAnalysis
Dana Miller-Cotto, James P Byrnes

183 How Would You Handle This Situation? Emerging Adults’
Parenting Philosophy is Linked to Hypothetical Parenting
Scenario Responses
Melody McCormick, Molly Mittel, Patrick Phillips, Shaina
Ashley Kumar, Edward Frank Lomash, Jiaqi Zhou, Jennifer
Daks, Yelena Salkowitz, Brittnie L Gilman, Jonathan F
Mattanah

197 Family Ethnic Socialization and Self-esteem: The Mediating
Role of Ethnic Identity
Cara Allen, Nina S. Mounts

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212 Theory of Mind Intervention in Low-Income Preschoolers
Virginia L Tompkins

School Readiness/Childcare
198 Growth Curve Analyses of Caregiver/Child interactions for
Infants and Toddlers in Full-Day Care
Warren Truitt, N Shin, Ligia Maria Santos Monteiro, Lisa
Krzysik, Jennifer J. Ross, Brian E Vaughn

213 Young children use information about physical contact to make
predictions about illness
Jasmine DeJesus, Katherine D. Kinzler

199 Childcare Quality Change Over Time and Impact on Child
Outcomes in China
YI PAN, Kejian Li, Allison Cheyney De Marco, Jinliang Qin

214 Three-year-old Children’s Preferences are Influenced by their
Peers
Laura Hennefield, Lori Markson

200 Effects of the Caregiver Interaction Profile Training on
Caregiver-Child Interactions in Child Care Centers
Katrien Helmerhorst, Marianne Riksen-Walraven, Ruben G
Fukkink, Mirjam Gevers, Louis W.C. Tavechhio

215 Maladaptive schemas and social information processing in
adolescents with aggressive behavior in secure residential care
Maroesjka Maroesjka Van Nieuwenhuijzen, Hilde Schuiringa,
Petri J.C.M. Embregts, Aart Vriens, Irene Van Bokhoven,
Walter Matthys

201 Conversation and the Use of Inferential Questions in Shared
Book Reading: The Effect of Coaching in Professional
Development
Trelani Faith Milburn, Stefano Rezzonico, Kathleen HipfnerBoucher, Elaine Weitzman, Janice Greenberg, Janette Patricia
Pelletier, Luigi Girolametto

216 Examining the Influence of Low-Level Properties of Social
Cues – Schematic Eyes Can Affect Infants‘ Object Learning
Christine Michel, Sabina M Pauen, Stefanie Hoehl
217 Investigating Action and Goal States Using Pupil Dilation in 9Month-Olds
Joshua Juvrud, Marta Bakker, Katharina Kaduk, Gustaf
Gredebäck

202 Understanding relational, environmental, and biological inputs
to social and emotional competence in preschool children
Alexis Tracy, Bridget E Hatfield, Nicole Perry, Linda Hestenes,
Crystal Sexton

218 Great minds think alike: Children’s developing understanding
of the exclusivity of ideas
Vivian Li, Kristina R Olson

203 Kindergarten School Readiness Profiles Predict 2nd Grade
Competence among High-Risk, Low-Income Children
Rachel Abenavoli, Mark T Greenberg, Karen L Bierman

219 Both Anxiety and a Negative Attention Bias Independently
Predict Differences in Children’s Past-to-Future Reasoning
Karen Marie Hjortsvang, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Hannah
Jean Kramer, Liat Sayfan

204 Effectiveness of an Online Curriculum-Based Program for
Improving 4-Year-Olds’ Letter and Numeral Knowledge
Louis Manfra, Gail Gregg, Christina Squires

220 Children’s evaluative judgments of sharers of public and
privileged information
Helana Girgis, Douglas A Behrend

205 Does Spanish Proficiency Relate to the English Oral Narrative
Development of Young Mexican American Dual Language
Learners?
Gladys Aguilar, Wendy Ochoa, Kaveri Subrahmanyam

221 Linking Thought, Emotion, and Decision: A Developmental
Perspective on Forming Coherent Mental State Triads
Noel Elrod, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Hannah Jean Kramer,
Liat Sayfan

Sex, Gender
206 Gender Differences in Infants' Spatial Ability and Social Skills
Rebecca Noorderhaven, Melissa Hines

222 Do Toddlers Distinguish Relevant From Irrelevant Information
in a False Belief Task?
Christoph Konieczny, Johannes Nikolai Bätz, Birgit Traeuble

207 Gender Differences in Developmental Assets, Developmental
Problems, and Play During the Preschool Period
Anne Elizabeth Kotynski, Elizabeth Jane Short, Susan Irene
Gross

223 Theory-of-Mind Development in the Auditory Realm
Anita A Hasni, Lauren B Adamson, Rebecca A Williamson

Social, Emotional, Personality

208 Wayfinding Anxiety and Childhood Experience
Mariah Schug, Jeanine Stefanucci, Sarah Creem-Regehr,
Elizabeth Cashdan

224 Longitudinal Changes in Social Anxiety and School Anxiety for
Boys and Girls in Late Childhood
Megan A Wood, Melisa Castellanos, William M Bukowski

Social Cognition

225 Stress and Coping Behaviors of Latino Preschool-aged
Children: Relations with Successful Delay of Gratification
yadira Amy olivera, Rachael Hill, Thomas G Power, Ashley
Beck, Verónica Bonilla-Pachecl, Kayla Weinmann, Jennifer O
Fisher, Sheryl O. Hughes

209 Preschool Children's Mental State Understanding and SocialEmotional Outcomes: A Loosely Coupled Work in Progress
Ozlem Bekar, Howard Steele, Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok,
Lauren deFressine, Jaclyn Levy, Miriam Steele
210 Emerging correlates of theory of mind during infancy
Caitlin Hudac

226 When More Means Less: How Cumulative Stress Relates to
Effortful Control and Emotion Regulation
Laura Quinones Camacho, Elizabeth L Davis

211 Joint Inferences of Belief and Desire from Facial Expressions
Yang Wu, Chris Baker, Joshua Tenenbaum, Laura E Schulz

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227 Building Emotional Understanding through Interactive Roleplay Using Robots
Iolanda Leite, Marissa McCoy, Monika Lohani, Daniel Ullman,
Charlene Stokes-Schwartz, Susan E Rivers, Brian Scassellati

Social Relationships
241 Student and Parent Perceptions of Technology Use and
Cyberbullying
Michelle Schmidt, Destiny Sharack

228 Early Building Blocks for Learning: Testing a Developmental
Pathway to School Success
Kristen L Bub

242 A Culture of Meanness: The Effect of Exposure to Children’s
TV on Bystander Behavior
Colleen Elizabeth Russo, Georgene Troseth, Emily Conder

229 Early Life Stress: Effects on Emotion Expression Regulation in
Children and Adolescents
Amanda Rose Burkholder, Camelia E Hostinar, Anna E
Johnson, Kalsea J Koss, Megan R Gunnar

243 Hurting or Helping: Factors that Influence the Relation Between
Cognitions and Behaviors
Jenny Isaacs, Rona Milch Novick

230 Preschooler’s Attachment Quality and Emotional
Understanding
Ana Garcia Rebelo, Ana Gatinho, Jordana Cardoso, Marta
Antunes, Manuela Verissimo

244 Peer Perception of Adolescents with an Early Onset of
Antisocial Behavior: The SNARE study
Aart Franken, Zeena Harakeh, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Rene
Veenstra, Wilma A.M. Vollebergh

231 The Relations between Children’s Empathic Responding and
Parental Responses to Children’s Negative Emotion Expression
Jacquelyn Gola, Diana P. F. Montague

245 Over- and Underestimation Biases of Social Status as a
Mediator between Social Preference and Depression and
Aggression
Jessica Lorenzo, Anahita Kalianivala, Susan Phillips Keane

232 Mother-child Reminiscing and Children’s Emotion
Understanding
Jennifer G Bohanek, Anita Adams, Ebony Leon, Amy G
Halberstadt

246 Characteristics of Rumors and Rumor Victims During Early
Adolescence
Sarah Malamut, Molly Dawes, Hongling Xie
247 Who Bullies Whom? Level and Direction in Single- and MultiGrade Classrooms
Johannes Ashwin Rambaran, Rene Veenstra, Jan Kornelis
Dijkstra, Marijtje A.J. Van Duijn

233 Relations between Parent Emotion Coaching and Children’s
Emotionality: The Importance of Cognitive and Emotional SelfRegulation
Kimberly L. Day, Amy Neal, Cynthia L. Smith, Julie C
Dunsmore

248 Understanding social vulnerability in children: Developmental
trajectory and social consequences.
Rebecca Jane Seward, Donna M Bayliss, Jeneva L Ohan

234 Emotion Regulation Transmission in the Context of Parenting
Behaviors as Predictors of Adolescent Substance Use
Julee P Farley, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon

249 The Effect of Self-Efficacy on Coping Selection in Response to
Peer Victimization
Kelly D Cromer, Bridgette Harper

235 Cumulative Family Risks Influence Chinese Children’s
Emotion Regulation: Mediation through Family Expressiveness
Mengyu Gao, Zhuo Rachel Han, Peipei Li

250 Externalizing Problems Anticipate Declining Support and
Increasing Negativity Between Adolescent Friends
Daniel Joseph Dickson, Donna Marion, Brett Laursen, FannyAlexandra Guimond, Melissa Huey

236 Negotiating Class Identity: Class Identity Management
Strategies among Ethnically Diverse Poor and Working Class
Emerging Adults
Kimberley Anne Radmacher

251 Co-rumination about Peer Problems in Mother-Adolescent
Relationships
Lisa H Rosen, Linda Rubin, Meredith Cantwell

237 Smarter than you, nicer, and more attractive too! Early
adolescent domain-general and domain-specific Better-ThanAverage Effect
Kathryn F. Jankowski, Jennifer H. Pfeifer

252 The Dyadic Nature of Peer-Directed Conflict Resolution
Barbara Thelamour, Megan Fedor, Cary J. Roseth

238 Young Children’s Perceptions of More Depression in Their
Mothers’ Predicts Girls’ but not Boys’ Poorer Self-Image
Jackson Michael Gray, Meghan Rose Donohue, Cypriana
Gardner, Erin Christine Tully

253 Gender Differences in the Effects of Problem-Focused
Discussions Conducted in Face-to-Face and Digital Contexts
JOHN David RANNEY, Wendy Troop-Gordon

239 Associations Between Infant Temperament, Maternal Stress,
and Infants’ Sleep Over the First Year of Life
Barbara Maria Sorondo, Bethany Catherine Reeb-Sutherland

254 Power in Friendships: Patterns of Relationship Quality and
Associations with Adjustment
Karen S. Mooney, Michael D. Carey, Mia C. Ferraina, Heather
D. Earle, Hannah F. Sugarman

240 Exploring the Relationship Between Children’s Attention and
Task Performance
Megan McCrary, Lisabeth Fisher DiLalla

255 A Dyadic Approach to Observed Peer Gossip and Perceptions
of Friendship Quality in Late Childhood
Melissa Menzer, Kenneth H Rubin, Cathryn Booth-LaForce

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256 I see Myself as I Think Others see me: Using Relational SelfEsteem to Predict who Uses Facebook to Portray Drinking
Behaviors
Corey A. Engle, Lisa S. Badanes

Youth Study, Nijmegen Longitudinal Study). He is consulting editor
for Developmental Psychology, International Journal of Behavioral
Development, Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, and Social Development.
Abstract. Sociometric methods have been used since the 1930s for the
assessment of peer relationships in childhood and adolescence. This
presentation will provide an overview of the methods that have been
used and their variations, including the most recent trends, and
specific guidelines and practical recommendations for the use of
sociometric methods with children and adolescents today. The
presentation will be guided by a division in the three main elements of
a sociometric procedure: (1) method of data collection, (2)
quantification of sociometric scores, and (3) issues of classification.
The presentation will also be guided by a focus on the five main
sociometric dimensions: acceptance, rejection, social preference,
social impact, and popularity. Attention will be given to the
psychometric properties of sociometric data (reliability, validity),
modern methods of data collection such as computerized sociometric
and peer assessments, and the use of continuous scores versus
sociometric status categories in research and applications.

257 Oral Language and Maternal Sensitivity as Predictors of Social
Competence in Deaf Children with Implants and Normal
Hearing Peers
Michael Hoffman, Alexandra Quittner, Ivette Cejas
258 The moderating effect of prosocial behavior in the relationship
between avoidance and victimization in Colombian early
adolescents
Lina Maria Saldarriaga, William M Bukowski, Ana Maria
Velasquez
259 The exploration of discrepancies in reports of solitary behaviour
in four to seven year olds
Katie Rix, Pam Maras, Claire Monks
260 Exploring associations between mentor support and mental
health via improved coping strategies
Jamie Albright, Noelle Hurd

(Event 3-147) Invited Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Saturday, 1:40pm-2:10pm
(Event 3-145.5) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:40pm-2:10pm

3-147. Taking it to the Streets: Developmental Science Goes
Live
Chairs: Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff
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Writing About Children in a Way That Grown-Ups Can
Understand
Alison Gopnik

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Moving an Evidence-Based Intervention for High-Risk Parents
Into the Community
Mary Dozier, Caroline K. Pemberton Roben, Elizabeth Meade

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Three Stories About Language: Translational Science at Work
Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta M Golinkoff

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Getting It Out There: Disseminating Edible Developmental
Science
Roberta M Golinkoff, Kathryn A Hirsh-Pasek

3-145.5. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Symposium:
Chair - Dr. Diane Hughes
Chair: Diane L Hughes
Presenters: Tiffany Yip, Robert M. Sellers, Enrique W Neblett

Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
(Event 3-146) Invited State of the Art Address
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-2:55pm

Integrative Statement: Science affects the average man and woman ...
He or she benefits by its application driving a motor-car … instead of
a horse-drawn vehicle, [by] being treated for disease by a doctor or
surgeon rather than a witch... J. B. S. Haldane (1892-1964), the
English geneticist and biometrician and author of this quotation,
recognized that the application of science to human lives was
inevitable. Our science needs to grapple with how we move beyond
our “horse-drawn vehicles” to conduct translational research. We also
need to disseminate our findings to the public and policy makers. This
special session addresses two broad goals: First, we illustrate some
ways in which developmental science has been translated. Taken out
of the lab and applied to problems in the world, the projects we will
discuss set an example for our incipient power to improve children’s
and families lives. Second, the speakers discuss dissemination of the
findings of our science. Our knowledge age demands that
developmental researchers communicate their findings in what we
call “edible science” -- small bites that are accessible, digestible and
usable. The purpose of the one-hour discussion that follows the
session is to brainstorm about additional ways that researchers might
apply and disseminate their own work.

3-146. Principles and Practice of Sociometric Measurement
Chair: Karen L Bierman
Speaker: Antonius H. N. Cillessen
Biography. Antonius H. N. (Toon) Cillessen received his Ph.D. from
Radboud University in The Netherlands in 1991. He was a postdoctoral researcher with John D. Coie at Duke University from 19911994, and assistant and associate professor of psychology at the
University of Connecticut from 1994-2006. He is professor of
developmental psychology at Radboud University since 2006, and
director of the Behavioural Science Institute since 2013. His research
focuses on child and adolescent peer relationships, with special
interests in aggression and antisocial behavior, social dominance and
peer influence, and the assessment of peer relationships with
sociometric methods. He is also interested in quantitative methods for
developmental research (nested designs in dyads and groups, social
networks, longitudinal data analysis). He has directed longitudinal
studies in which sociometric assessments were central (Manchester

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(Event 3-148) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Firstborn’s theory-of-mind development during the first year of
siblinghood
Ju-Hyun Song, Brenda L Volling

3-148. How Children’s Favorite Characters Impact Gender
Role Attitudes, Perceptions of Gender-Typed Traits, and
Personality Development
Chair: Alisha Renee Walker Marciano

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Sibling cognitive sensitivity as a moderator of the relationship
between sibship size and children’s theory of mind
Heather J Prime, Jennifer Jenkins

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Do siblings really train one another on disruptive behavior?
Ella Daniel, Andre Plamondon, Jennifer Jenkins

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Sibling teaching strategies across early childhood
Nina Howe, Sandra Della Porta, Holly E Recchia, Hildy S Ross

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Personality and Princesses: Personality Traits Associated with
Exposure to Princesses in Preschool Aged Girls
Alisha Renee Walker Marciano, Domenica Kathleen Favero,
Amanda Mayhew, Lyndsay Greene, Moran Beidleman, Sean
Rigney

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Can a Princess Be Powerful?: An Experimental Study
Manipulating Children’s Perceptions of Princesses and the Self
Lisa M Dinella, Lauren M Acri, Jordan A Levinson

(Event 3-151) Paper Symposium
Room 103B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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The Sexualized Girl: The Development of a Within-Gender
Stereotype Among Elementary School Children
Jennifer Jewell, Ellen Audrey Stone, Christia Spears Brown

3-151. The Role of Close Relationships in Child
Internalizing Disorders
Chair: Jessica Lauren Borelli

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Happily Ever After: How Princess Preference and Exposure
Relates to Romantic Beliefs and Gender Role Attitudes in
Young Adulthood
Domenica Kathleen Favero, Alisha Renee Walker Marciano

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“I’ll love you if…”: Parent Empathy, Conditional Regard, and
Children’s Depressive Symptoms
Jessica Stern, Patricia A Smiley, Jessica Lauren Borelli

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(Event 3-149) Paper Symposium
Room 103A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Untangling The Relationship Between Child Anxiety and
Parental Overcontrol Across the Transition to Adolescence
Kelly Miller, Jessica Lauren Borelli, Gayla Margolin

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3-149. Race and Social Status: An Examination of Social
Threats Among Middle and Late Adolescents in Diverse
School Contexts
Chair: Saida Hussain

Parent-Child Communal Coping and Children’s Risk for
Physiological Stress Reactivity and Anxiety Symptoms
Hannah Faith Rasmussen, Jessica Lauren Borelli, Patricia A
Smiley

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Negative Peer Experiences and Internalizing Problems in
Childhood: The Protective Effect of Psychological Distancing
Jessica West, Martha Putallaz, Eva Paige Paige Bahnuk, Sarah
Jones, Kristen Foster Peairs, Christina L Grimes

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Subjective Social Status and Academic Outcomes for
Underrepresented Students at an Elite University
Emily Loeb, Gabriel Camacho, Saida Hussain, Noelle Hurd

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Experiences of Perceived Discrimination and Subjective Social
Status on Mental Health in Diverse First Year College Students
Saida Hussain, Emily Loeb, Noelle Hurd

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What Does “Acting White” Really Mean? Individual and
Contextual Determinants among Black and Latino College
Students
Myles I. Durkee

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Race Matters: The Role of Racial/Ethnic Identities and School
Composition in School Climate for LGBT Students
Neal Andrew Palmer

(Event 3-152) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-152. Development of Developmental Psychopathology:
The Legacy of Susan B. Campbell
Chairs: Celia A Brownell, Daniel S. Shaw
Discussant: E. Mark Cummings
Peer Relations and Family Context in Developmental
Psychopathology: Susan B. Campbell’s Groundbreaking
Formulations
Stephen P Hinshaw

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Moderating pathways in the Associations between Maternal
Support, Maternal Depressive Symptoms, and Child
Psychopathology
Martha J Cox, Nicholas James Wagner, William Roger MillsKoonce

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DNA Methylation: Mothers with Major Depressive Disorder
and Their 12-Month-Old Offspring
Dante Cicchetti, Susan Hetzel, Fred A Rogosch, Sheree L Toth

(Event 3-150) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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3-150. The role of siblings in social development during
early childhood
Chairs: Ella Daniel, Heather J Prime

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(Event 3-153) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-155) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-153. The Effects of Early Experience on Sensory
Development: A Comparison of Vision and Hearing
Chair: Daphne Maurer

3-155. The ontogeny of ritual cognition
Chair: Cristine H. Legare

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Cortical Re-organization after Blindness
Amir Amedi, Sami Abboud, Shachar Maidenbaum, Ella StriemAmit, Laurent Cohen, Stanislas Dehaene

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The Effects of Experience on Visual Development: Insights
from Cataract-Reversal Patients
Daphne Maurer, Yi-Chuan Chen, Olivier Collignon, Terri L.
Lewis
Plasticity of the Developing Auditory Cortex Following
Hearing Loss and Restoration
Steve Lomber

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Flexibility of high fidelity imitation and third-party enforcement
of conventional actions
Hannes Rakoczy

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The perpetuation of ritualistic actions as revealed by young
children’s transmission of normative behavior
Mark Gregory Nielsen, Rohan Kapitány, Rosemary Elkins

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Children’s sensitivity to the social group dynamics of inclusion
and exclusion
Lori Markson, Hyesung Grace Hwang

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The effects of ritual on the development of social group
cognition
Cristine H. Legare, Nicole Wen

Cortical development and cross-modal re-organization in
deafness: Evidence from children with cochlear implants
Anu Sharma

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(Event 3-156) Paper Session
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-154) Paper Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-156. The Development of Children’s Fairness
Conceptions
Chair: Tobias Krettenauer

3-154. Young Children's Inferences About Artifacts and
Their Origins
Chair: Shaylene E. Nancekivell
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Preschoolers use Ownership to Explain the Acceptability of
Using Artifacts
Shaylene E. Nancekivell, Ori Friedman

Infants Form Valenced Associations in the Domain of Fairness
Trent DesChamps, Arianne Eliese Eason, Jessica A
Sommerville

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The Link Between Speaking About Artifacts and Reasoning
About Their Persistence: Evidence From Children and Adults
Kristan Marchak, D. Geoffrey Hall

The emotional communication of moral, prudential, and
pragmatic norms to infants
Audun Dahl

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Children’s Conceptions of Fairness Regarding Merit and
Poverty When Allocating Luxury and Necessary Resources
Michael Thomas Rizzo, Laura Elenbaas, Shelby Cooley,
Melanie A. Killen

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The effect of outcome and intention on children’s moral
judgments and assignment of punishment: The effect of valence
and severity
Katherine Andrews, Andrea Astle, Corrie Vendetti, Gal
Podjarny, Drew Blackmore, Deepthi Kamawar

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Music as Auditory Artifact: Were Those Notes Caused by an
Agent, or an Inanimate Force?
Adena Schachner, Deb Kelemen

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Children's Concepts of Authentic Objects as Revealed Through
Parent-Child Conversations
Susan A Gelman, Sarah Stilwell, Brandy N Frazier, Christina
Koch Burkhardt, Natalie S Davidson

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(Event 3-157) Poster Symposium
Room 107B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-159) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-157. Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curriculum
and Professional Development
Chair: Kimberly Brenneman

3-159. Why not to get high: Developmental, clinical, and
neuroscience research findings on reasons for not using
drugs during adolescence
Chair: Meghan Elizabeth Martz
Discussant: Aria Crump

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Partnerships for Early Childhood Curriculum Development:
Readiness through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE)
Christine M McWayne, Jayanthi Mistry, Daryl B Greenfield,
Kimberly Brenneman, Betty Zan

Why do youth not use marijuana? Examining reasons for
quitting or abstaining as predictors of marijuana non-use at
follow-up
Meghan Elizabeth Martz, John E Schulenberg

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Blunted activation of emotion circuitry is a protective factor in
youth at high risk for substance use disorder
Mary Heitzeg

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Exploring motives not to drink in simulated drinking situations:
A novel assessment strategy in first-year college students
Benjamin O Ladd, Tracey A Garcia, Kristen G Anderson

STEMscopesTM Early Explorer: Implementation of an InquiryBased Digital Curriculum to Enhance Early Childhood STEM
Education
Elizabeth R Bell, Virginia Snodgrass Rangel, J. Reid Whitaker

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A multiple-baseline study to test preschoolers’ incremental
science learning after teachers’ participation in content-specific
PD
Janna Kook, Jess Gropen, Cindy Hoisington, Jeff Winoker
Next Generation Preschool Science: Designing Innovative
Curricular Tools to Support Early Science Teaching and
Learning
Ximena Dominguez, Marion Goldstein, Philip Vahey, Ashley E
Lewis Presser, Christine Zanchi

(Event 3-160) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Associations between teachers’ use of PD supports and quality
of classroom interactions
Jessica E Vick Whittaker, Mable Kinzie, Amanda P Williford,
Jamie DeCoster

3-160. Research and Funding Opportunities in Autism and
Other Developmental Psychopathology Conditions: Using
Big Data Resources
Chairs: Dan Hall, Svetlana Novikova

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Longitudinal evaluation of a scale-up model for teaching
mathematics with trajectories and technologies: Persistence of
effects
Julie Sarama, Douglas H Clements, Carolyn Layzer, Fatih
Unlu, Christopher B Wolfe, Mary Elaine Spitler

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Trends and Opportunities in Autism Research
Alice Kau

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National Database for Autism Research, NIMH Research
Domains Database, National Database for Clinical Trials in
Mental Health
Dan Hall

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Funding Opportunities for Secondary Analysis in Research
Domain Criteria at the NIMH
Lisa Gilotty

(Event 3-158) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

Integrative Statement: This session will educate attendees on the
NIH’s direction in autism research from the perspective of program
officers with the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the
Eunice Kennedy Shriver Institute of Child Health and Human
Development (NICHD). Discussion will focus on the research
opportunities available at these institutions with a focus on data
sharing and the opportunities made available through a progressive
data-sharing regimen supported by the National Database for Autism
Research (NDAR). Today, 77,000 research participants across
hundreds of cognitive, diagnostic and clinical measures are now
shared. Secured in the Amazon cloud, large datasets from over 8,000
exome sequences, 2,000 structural images exists (see NDAR Query)
and event based fMRI, EEG, and eye tracking experiments make
NDAR one of the largest data repositories in the neurosciences.
Funding opportunities for junior investigators interested in performing
secondary analysis on data from this repository will be discussed.
Recently, the NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoCdb) and
Clinical Trials (NDCT) initiatives have adopted the same data-sharing
platform. As data from other mental health research domains (ADHD,
bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders) are shared, these
platforms will offer new and emerging opportunities that previously
could not have been considered.

3-158. Socioeconomic Disparities in Cognitive Development
in Infancy and Early Childhood
Chairs: Kimberly G Noble, Natalie Hiromi Brito
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Associations between Socioeconomic Status, Bilingualism and
Early Neurocognitive Development
Natalie Hiromi Brito, William P Fifer, Amy Elliot, Kimberly G
Noble

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Adapting Eye-Tracking Paradigms to Assess SES-Related
Individual Differences in Six-Month-Old Infants
Derek Graham Moore, Elena Kushnerenko, Haiko Ballieux,
Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Mark H Johnson, Przemyslaw
Tomalski

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Development, Implementation, Assessment, and Expansion of
an Intervention for Preschoolers from Lower SES Backgrounds
Courtney Stevens, Eric Pakulak, Theodore A Bell, Jessica
Fanning, Scott Klein, Elif Isbell, Zayra Longoria, Amanda
Hampton Wray, Christina Karns, Ryan Guiliano, Helen Neville

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(Event 3-161) Paper Session
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Children’s development of writing skills in early childhood:
The impact of teacher scaffolding and environmental supports
Gary Bingham, Hope K Gerde, Margaret Quinn, Zehra Ozturk

3-161. Frontiers in Methods for Longitudinal Data
Analysis in Developmental Science
Chair: Richard Gonzalez

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Supporting emergent writing in Head Start: Outcomes for
teachers and children.
Barbara D DeBaryshe

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Construct Validity of Developmental Risk Indices: Testing
Theoretical Conjectures
Keith F Widaman

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Individual Change and the Onset of Significant Life Events:
Methods, Models, and Assumptions
Katerina Marcoulides, Kevin John Grimm

(Event 3-164) Paper Session
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-164. Early Experience Effects on Executive Functioning
Chair: Cybele Raver

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Specifying growth curve and trajectory models when the
measurement instrument changes with age
Andrew Pickles, Rachael Bedford, Jonathan W Hill, Helen
Sharp

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Pathways from Perinatal Adversity and Early Parent-Child
Interactions to Children’s Executive Control in the Early School
Years
Caron A. C. Clark, Lianne J Woodward

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Using Longitudinal Social Network Modeling (SIENA):
Advantages and Considerations
Kim Pattiselanno

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Predicting Executive Functioning in At-Risk Children: Fathers
and Mothers both Matter
Alyssa S. Meuwissen, Michelle M Englund

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Parenting, Attachment and Child Outcomes: Self-Regulation as
a Developmental Mechanism
Rachel Susannah Birmingham, Kristen L Bub

(Event 3-162) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-165) Conversation Roundtable
Room 304 (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-162. The Downstream Consequences of Face Experience
on Emotion and Social Processing
Chair: Lisa Sarah Scott
Discussant: Nim Tottenham
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Do You See What Eye See? The Influence of Perceptual Tuning
on Eye Gaze Following and Object Processing During Infancy
Charisse B Pickron, Eswen Elizabeth Fava, Lisa Sarah Scott

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Emergence of Racial Biases in Infancy
Naiqi Xiao, Paul C Quinn, Wen S Xiao, shaoying Liu, Liezhong
Ge, Olivier Pascalis, Kang Lee

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Emotional Environment is Related to Infants’ Scanning and
Discrimination of Neutral and Happy Faces
Cara H Cashon, Nicholas Holt, Janet Woodruff-Borden

3-165. “Why is a White Guy Interested in Racial
Discrimination?”: The Role of the Researcher's Social
Identity in Developmental Science
Moderator: Devin English
Panelists: Nancy L Deutsch, Lionel Howard, Michael
Strambler, Deborah Rivas-Drake
(Event 3-166) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-166. The Role of Peers and Friends in the Development of
(Early) Adolescents’ Prosocial Behaviors and Relations
Chair: Loes van Rijsewijk
Discussant: Kathryn Wentzel

(Event 3-163) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-163. The Development and Promotion of Early Writing
Skills: Child, Parental, and Teacher Contributions
Chairs: Gary Bingham, Hope K Gerde

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The Links Between Children’s Peer Group Affiliation and
Prosocial Behavior in Elementary School
Deborah J. Laible, Erin Karahuta, Gustavo Carlo

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Developmental importance of handwriting and cognitive skills
in Chinese word writing in beginning and advanced learners
Silvia Siu-Yin Lam, Catherine A McBride-Chang

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The role of parental support and children's private speech
during writing
Dorit Aram

Antecedents of Adolescent Peer Prosocial Relations: Studying
Initiation and Development With Longitudinal Social Network
Analysis
Loes van Rijsewijk, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Kim Pattiselanno,
Christian Steglich, Rene Veenstra

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Longitudinal Bidirectional Relations Between Friendship
Quality and Prosocial Behavior Toward Friends During
Adolescence
Laura M Padilla-Walker, Gustavo Carlo

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(Event 3-167) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Where are the scissors? Using verb agreement to anticipate
grammatical and notional number
Cynthia Lukyanenko, Cynthia L Fisher

3-167. Learning what from whom: Early selective trust and
the implications for cultural transmission
Chair: Kathleen H Corriveau
Discussant: Paul Harris

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Children generate expectations for a multitude of outcomes in
real-time sentence processing
Arielle Borovsky

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Selective Trust in the Domain of Practical Knowledge: Threeand Four-Year-Olds’ Sensitivity to Convention and Confidence
Betty Luu, Elizabeth Whittaker, Marc de Rosnay

(Event 3-170) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Domain sensitivity in preschoolers’ selective trust: Extension of
(mis)trust?
Amanda Jayne Lucas, Charlie Lewis

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Children prefer parents over unfamiliar adults for models of
altruism but not for a categorization task
Peter R Blake, Kathleen H Corriveau, Laura J Nelson

3-170. Determining the features of child directed speech
that best promote early language learning.
Chair: Danielle Matthews
Discussant: Aylin C Küntay
The unique role of fathers’ wh-questions in toddlers’
vocabulary development
Kathryn Anne Leech, Meredith L. Rowe, Virginia Charlotte
Salo, Natasha Cabrera

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Maternal Responsive Linguistic Input Predicts Child Language
at age 4 in a Community-Based Sample of Slow-to-Talk
Toddlers
Penny Levickis, Melissa Wake, Sheena Reilly, Obioha
Ukoumunne

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An RCT to test the causal role of caregiver contingent talk in
the language learning of high and low SES infants.
Michelle McGillion, Jane Herbert, Julian Pine, Danielle
Matthews

(Event 3-168) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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3-168. Implicit and Explicit Representations of Self and InGroups
Chair: Dario Cvencek
Discussant: Melanie A. Killen
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Self-Esteem, Gender Identity, and In-Group Preferences—A
Theory of How They Connect to One Another
Dario Cvencek, Andrew N Meltzoff, Anthony G. Greenwald

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Beyond the IAT: Measuring Implicit Ethnic Attitudes Using
Occupational Judgments and Memory Tasks
Amy Roberson Hayes, Rebecca Sue Bigler, Humberto Jaimes,
Adriana Umaña-Taylor

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Development of Implicit Attitudes
Andrew Scott Baron

(Event 3-171) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-171. Face Scanning in Infancy: An Index of Speech and
Language Development?
Chair: Henny Yeung
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Audiovisual Speech Perception and Face Scanning in 4- and 8month-olds: Are Speech Production and Motor Processes
Involved?
Henny Yeung, Thierry Nazzi

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Is Infants' Babbling Behavior Related to the Recruitment of
Visual and Articulatory Information during Speech Perception?
Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Tobias Grossmann

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Experience-Independent Changes in Infants’ Face Scanning
Patterns while Watching Incongruent Non-Native Audiovisual
Speech
Kyle Danielson, Alison Greuel, Padmapriya Kandhadai, Janet
F Werker

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Does Infants’ Attention to Speaker Dynamics Uniquely Predict
Language Skill?
Robin K Panneton, Qiong Wu, Alison Heck, Laura Mills-Smith,
Brenda J Salley

(Event 3-169) Paper Symposium
Room 411/412 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-169. Whatever Next! Children’s Anticipation of
Upcoming Spoken Language Input
Chair: Nivedita Mani
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“Pro-active” in Many Ways: Evidence for Multiple Mechanisms
in Prediction
Nivedita Mani, Moritz M Daum, Falk Huettig

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The Semantic Garden Path Effect: Young Children’s
Abandonment of Semantic Expectations
Michael Brooks, Casey Lew-Williams

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(Event 3-172) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 3 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-174) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-172. The Biololgical Bases of Children's Self-Regulation:
Correlates, Moderators and Individual Differences
Chair: Cynthia A Stifter

3-174. Neurocognitive development in early childhood:
Functional nearinfrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) studies
Chairs: Kang Lee, Yusuke Moriguchi

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Importance of executive function skills for regulating
physiological arousal: Piecewise latent growth curve modeling
Jenna Elizabeth Finch, Jelena Obradovic

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How does statistical information change infant perceptual
systems? fNIRS studies with 6-month-olds
Lauren L. Emberson, Richard N Aslin

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Parent and Child Dopamine D4 Receptor Genotypes Moderate
Transactions between Parenting Processes and Child SelfRegulation
Junhan Cho, Steven M. Kogan, Gene H Brody

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Impact of SES on electrophysiological correlates of conflict and
error processing in young children
Alicia Abundis-Gutiérrez, J. Paul Pozuelos, Lina M. Cómbita,
M. Rosario Rueda

Neural correlates of own- and other-race face recognition in
preschoolers: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)
study
Kang Lee, Xiao Pan Ding, Guifei Zhou, Jiangang Liu, John E
Richards, Wanze Xie, Genyue Fu

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Teaching others rule-use improves executive function and
prefrontal activations in young children: A fNIRS study
Yusuke Moriguchi

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Individual differences in neural indices of selective attention in
children from lower socioeconomic status families
Elif Isbell, Amanda Hampton Wray, Helen Neville

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Scalp locations projected to cortical anatomy for infant NIRS
John E Richards

(Event 3-175) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

(Event 3-173) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

3-175. Affective neuroscience approaches to understanding
brain and behavioral development
Chair: Christopher S Monk

3-173. It takes a village: Short & long-term effects of
interventions to promote school readiness in children atrisk for school failure
Chair: Megan M McClelland
Discussant: Margaret O''Brien Caughy
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Impaired Social Orienting in ‘Unaffected’ Siblings of Children
with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Behavioral and ERP Study
Brandon Keehn, Sarah Mumanachit, Helen Tager-Flusberg,
Charles A. Nelson

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Distinct Frontolimbic Functioning underlying Threat-related
Attention Bias in Children with Behavioral Inhibition
Xiaoxue Fu, Bradley Charles Taber-Thomas, Koraly Elisa
Perez-Edgar

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Impact of Early Childhood Maltreatment and a Preventive
Intervention on Neural Patterns Underlying Response Inhibition
Kathryn F. Jankowski, Jacqueline Bruce, Kathryn Gilliam,
Leslie Roos, Philip Andrew Fisher

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Amygdala habituation to emotional faces in children and
adolescents: fMRI and eye tracking indices
Francisco Velasquez, Whitney Ian Mattson, Johnna R Swartz,
Jillian Lee Wiggins, Scott J. Peltier, Christopher S Monk

Beyond Behavioral Modification: Benefits of Socioemotional/Self-regulation Training for Preschoolers with
Behavior Problems
Paulo A Graziano, Katie Hart, Alexis Garcia, Rosmary Ros,
Janine Slavec

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Long-Term Effects of a Program to Improve Self-Regulation in
Developmentally Disabled Children Entering School
Katherine C Pears, Hyoun Kim, Karen Yeorger

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The Impact of the Head Start REDI Intervention on
Children’sTrajectories of Executive Function through Fifth
Grade
Tyler Sasser, Karen L Bierman, Brenda Heinrichs

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(Event 3-176) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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The role of non-numerical stimulus features in the development
of the number sense
Ariel Starr, Nicholas K. DeWind, Elizabeth M Brannon

3-176. Empirical Tests of Neighborhoods to Neurons in the
Development of Risky Behaviors Among Mexican-origin
Adolescents
Chairs: Amanda E Guyer, Clinton Lee

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Attaching meaning to the number words: What mechanism
underlies children’s cardinal knowledge?
Kristy vanMarle, Yi Mou, Felicia W Chu, David C Geary

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Numerical approximation in preschool using number gestures
and number words
Elizabeth A Gunderson, Elizabet Spaepen, Dominic Gibson,
Susan Goldin-Meadow, Susan Cohen Levine

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Verbal number estimation predicts math ability and mediates
the relation between numerical approximation and math ability
Melissa E Libertus, Darko Odic, Lisa Feigenson, Justin
Halberda

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Neighborhood Ethnic Concentration and Substance Use Among
Mexican Origin Adolescents: A Look at the Barrio Enclave
Discrepancy
Rebecca M. B. White, Michaeline Jensen, Nancy A Gonzales,
George P Knight, Jenn-Yun Tein

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Perception of Neighborhood Disorder and Risk-Taking Among
Mexican-Origin Adolescents
Clinton Lee, Jonathan Helm, Thomas J Schofield, Richard
Whitney Robins, Amanda E Guyer

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Integration of Cortico-Limbic Tracts and Risky DecisionMaking in Mexican-American Adolescents
Adriana Galvan, Diane Goldenberg

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Nucleus Accumbens-Based Resting State Connectivity
Networks: Associations with Substance Use in Mexican-Origin
Adolescents
David G Weissman, Roberta Schriber, Catherine Fassbender,
Richard Whitney Robins, Rand D Conger, Paul David Hastings,
Amanda E Guyer

(Event 3-179) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-179. Can Infants and Toddlers Learn Effectively From
Touchscreens?
Chair: Gabrielle Strouse
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Toddlers’ Object Retrieval using Touchscreens: The Role of
Working Memory Skills
Koeun Choi, Heather L. Kirkorian, Tiffany A. Pempek,
Elizabeth Schroeder

(Event 3-177) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm

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Reversing the Transfer Deficit Effect: The Role of Ghost v.
Social Demonstrator
Peter C Gerhardstein, Alecia Moser, Herietta Lee, Amanda
Grenell, Laura Jean Zimmermann, Rachel F Barr

3-177. New Perspectives on Implicit Theory of Mind
Chairs: Beate Sodian, Diane Poulin-Dubois

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iTap on a Touchscreen: Factors that Affect Children’s
Interaction and Learning
Colleen Elizabeth Russo, Charlotte Duncan, Georgene Troseth

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Infants' Learning From Electronic Touchscreen Versus
Traditional Format Books
Gabrielle Strouse, Patricia A Ganea

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The development of Implicit understanding of Theory of Mind
in 14- and 18-month-old infants
Jessica Yott, Diane Poulin-Dubois

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The Longitudinal Relation of Implicit and Explicit False Belief
Understanding
Beate Sodian, Susanne Elisabeth Kristen, Maria Teresa Licata

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Comparing children's and adults' performance in comparable
explicit and implicit tasks on false-belief tracking
David Buttelmann, Beatrice Gromma, Frances Buttelmann

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How flexibly can 2-year-olds change their functional
perspective on artifacts in imitation tasks?
Sabina M Pauen, Julia Wissner

(Event 3-180) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Saturday, 1:55pm-3:25pm
3-180. Research, evaluation, and quality improvement in
early childhood home visiting: Different paths to the same
destination?
Moderator: Anne Duggan
Panelists: Jon Korfmacher, Jill Filene, Deborah Perry

(Event 3-178) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall