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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.
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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Missing numbers represent sessions that have been cancelled or posters that were withdrawn.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, after-
school 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
On-Site Information
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Registration Hours:
The registration desk is located in the Pennsylvania
Convention Center Bridge on Level 2.
The registration desk will be open:
Wednesday, March 18 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday, March 19 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday, March 20 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday, March 21 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Exhibitor Hours:
Located in Exhibit Hall A, exhibitors will be available
during the following times:
Thursday, March 19 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday, March 20 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday, March 21 8:30 AM - 5:30PM
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.
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.
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.
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!
Networking Rooms:
Networking rooms are available for informal gatherings
and topic-based discussions.
Pennsylvania Convention Center: Room 105A
Marriott Philadelphia Downtown: Room 501
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/biennial-
meeting/site-information under “Networking Rooms”.
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.
Pennsylvania Convention Center: Room 102 B
Marriott Philadelphia Downtown: Room 308
Available:
Thursday, March 19 7:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday, March 20 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday, March 21 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.
Wednesday, March 18 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday, March 19 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday, March 20 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday, March 21 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.
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.
WEDNESDAY
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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
THURSDAY
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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
(Event 1-002) Presidential Address
Ballroom AB (Penn CC, 300 Level)
Thursday, 8:45am-9:45am
1-002. Presidential Address: We’ve Come a Long Way,
Baby! (But We’re Not There Yet.)
Speaker: Lynn S Liben
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 controversiesespecially those
surrounding single-sex educationI 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 gender-
related 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
1 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
2 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
3 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
5 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
6 A Model of Infant Preference Based on Prediction Error: How
does motor development influence on perception?
Yukie Nagai
7 Are you looking where I'm looking? Examining the relationship
between parent and infant attention to emotions using eye-
tracking.
Alison Heck, Robin K Panneton
8 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. Lillo-
Martin
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
11 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
Biological Processes
15 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
20 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
21 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
22 The Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) in Toddlers: Nap-
Dependent Effects on the Diurnal Secretory Pattern
Rebekah C. Tribble, Julia Dmitrieva, Sarah E Watamura,
Monique K. LeBourgeois
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
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
46 Children with Autism have an Exceptional Explanatory Drive
M.D. Rutherford, Francys Subiaul
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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
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 Different Brain and Behavioral Responses to a Flanker Task by
Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders
Susan Faja, Tessa Clarkson
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
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
61 Parents With Intellectual Disabilities: Effect Of Videofeedback
Intervention (VIPP-LD) On Parenting Behavior And Parenting
Stress
sabina kef, Marja Hodes, marieke meppelder, Carlo Schuengel
Developmental Psychopathology
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’ Callous-
Unemotional 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 Story-
Telling 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
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
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
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
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
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
79 Latent Profile Analysis of Adolescent Posttraumatic Stress and
Depressive Symptoms Differentiates Substance Use and
Delinquency
Shawn A Wilson, Hazel M Prelow
80 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 Social-Emotional Functioning and Kindergarten Academic
Skills: Dual Language Learners Versus Non-Dual Language
Learners
Christine Meng
84 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
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
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
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
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 Attention-
deficit/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 Huscroft-
D''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 Associations between attachment style & beliefs about child
development in a sample of college students
Rachel Chazan Cohen, Claire D Vallotton, Julia C Torquati
96 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
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101 Predictors of Parent Involvement and its Links to Child
Adjustment among Chinese American Immigrant Families
Catherine Anicama, Qing Zhou
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
103 Attitudes About Child Maltreatment: A Cross-Cultural Study on
the Evaluation of Different Types of Maltreating Behaviors
Marjolein Branger, Judi Mesman, Lenneke Alink
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
105 Perceptions of Family Expectations in Career and Relationship
Choices made by Indian and European American Emerging
Adults
vandana chauhan, Joan G Miller
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
107 Parental regulation of online behavior and cyber aggression:
Adolescents’ experiences and perspectives
Sara E Goldstein
108 Are Associations Between Early Health Conditions and Pre-
Academic Skills at School Entry Explained by Parental
Investments?
Melissa Kull, Rebekah Levine Levine Coley
109 Coping Among Military Adolescents: Effects of Mother-
Adolescent 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
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
112 The moderating role of internal working models on the effect of
negative marital behaviors on maternal sensitivity.
Evelyn Mercado, Leah Corinne Hibel
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
114 Income poverty, Instability, and Cortisol for Young Children
Eleanor DeMaris Brown, Kate Anderson, Mallory Leigh
Garnett, Steven John Holochwost, Brian P Ackerman, Jean-
Philippe Laurenceau
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
116 Military Service and Family Member Mental Health: Impacts of
Occupational Hazard and Cumulative Absence on Spouses and
Adolescents
Aubrey Rodriguez, Gayla Margolin
117 Associations Between Military Deployment, Maternal
Depression, Stress, Marital Satisfaction and Child Attachment
Rachel Joy Tupper, Jean-Francois Bureau, Diane St-Laurent
118 Predictors of Sibling relationship quality: Between- and Within-
Family 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
Health, Growth, Injury
120 Parents' Resolution to a Young Child's Chronic Illness
Diagnosis: Category or Continuum?
Alison Bradley, Jill Popp, Preston A Britner, JoAnn L Robinson
121 Psychotropic Drug Use in Adolescents Born with a Facial Cleft:
A Large Population Based Study
Sofia Nilsson, Juan Merlo, Elia Psouni
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
124 Stressful Life Experiences in Adolescence and Cardiometabolic
Risk Factors
Tae Kyoung Lee, K.A.S Wickrama, Catherine O'Neal
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
126 Self-Regulation and Overweight Status Among Preschoolers
Andrew Barnes, Amanda J. Wenzel, Madelyn Labella, Ann S
Masten
127 Psychosocial Context: Linking Adolescent Overweight/Obesity
to Problematic Substance Use in Young Adulthood
H. Isabella Lanza, Christine E Grella, Paul J Chung
Language, Communication
128 Why does parental input style predict rate of language
acquisition? A twin study
Philip S Dale, Marianna E Hayiou-Thomas, Maria Grazia
Tosto
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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
130 Exploring Cognitive Predictors of Listening Comprehension
Across Three Grade Levels: A Dominance Analysis Approach
Elizabeth Tighe, Mercedes Spencer, Christopher State
Schatschneider
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
132 Does Language Production Promote Language Acquisition?
The Relation of Output to Proficiency in Bilingual 2 ½-Year-
Olds
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
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
135 Effective approaches to early phonics instruction using
technology-based digital text
Beth Ann O''Brien, Chern Far Chin
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
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
138 Communication About Absent Entities in 12-Month-Old Infants
and Great Apes
Manuel Bohn, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello
139 Children take context into account when judging the credibility
of inconsistent speakers
Randall Gillis, Elizabeth Nilsen
140 Is Pointing Ritualized Touching?
Cathal O'Madagain, Brent Strickland, Gregor Stoeber
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
142 The Slow Developmental Timecourse of Real-Time Spoken
Word Recognition
Hannah Rigler
143 Linking Language and Core Conceptual Processes in Healthy
Preterm Infants: Evidence for Maturational Constraints
Danielle Perszyk, Sandra R Waxman
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
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
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
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
Moral Development
150 Empathy and effortful control effects on overt/relational
aggression: Do adolescents' school climate perceptions matter?
Milena Batanova, Alexandra Loukas
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
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
153 Children’s Reasoning about Social Groups
Harriet R Tenenbaum, Cassandra Steel, Amy Williams, Rachel
Duthie
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
155 Evaluations of Moral and Conventional Intergroup
Transgressions
Kelly Lynn S Mulvey, Calli Fletcher, Jasmine Brown
156 Children’s Antisocial and Prosocial Lying Moral
Disengagement Practices
Catherine Quinn, Kay Bussey
157 Preschool Children Expect Others to Reciprocate
Markus Paulus
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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
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 Bakermans-
Kranenburg
160 Childhood Maltreatment, Integrative Difficulties, and
Frightening, Frightened, and Dissociated (FR) Parenting
Behaviours
Elyse Redden, Heidi N Bailey, Sandi Bento, David R Pederson
161 Deconstructing Maternal Sensitivity: Effects of Nurturance
versus Synchrony on Children's Behavior Problems
Christopher Facompre, Kristin L Bernard, Mary Dozier
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
163 Attachment-Related Differences in Middle Childhood Support-
Seeking Towards Mothers: Longitudinal Links with Depression
Tara Santens, Adinda Dujardin, Caroline Braet, Rudi De Raedt,
Pieter Vos, Bea Maes, Guy Bosmans
164 Parental control and adolescent problematic online game use: A
moderated mediation model
Tingdan Zhang, Wei Zhang, Chengfu Yu, Jianjun Zhu, Yanping
Jiang
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. Lambregtse-
Van den Berg
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
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
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
169 Behavioral Manifestations of Parenting Traits Exhibited in
Daily Parent-Child Interactions
Rose Ashraf, George W Holden
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
171 Fathers and Mothers Educational Involvement in the Middle
School Years: Antecedents and Consequences
Selva Lewin-Bizan, Alyssa Kapaona
172 The Relationship Between Adolescent Outcomes and Mother,
Father, and Child Shared and Unique Perceptions of Fathering
W. Justin Dyer, Nathan Robbins, Randal Day
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
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
175 Mediating Role of Impulsivity between Parent-Child
Communication and Risky Sexual Behavior for Low Self-
Control Adolescents
Rachel Kahn, Julee P Farley, Christopher Holmes, Katherine
Faris, Nikki Good, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon
176 Infants’ Contingent Responses to Maternal Language and
Gestural Communications
Yana Kuchirko, Lisa Tafuro, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda
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
179 Tantrums and self-control: Maternal strategies for promoting
preschoolers' self-regulation
Alicia J Leland, Beth S Russell, Von F Jessee
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
181 Economic Hardship, Parental Positivity and Positive Parenting
across Generations: The Impact on Child Positive Behavior
Shinyoung Jeon, Tricia Neppl
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
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
184 Shake, Rattle & Roll: Infants’ rhythmic behaviour in a bell-
ringing task lends support for non-social origins of movement
to music
Sinead Rocha, Denis Mareschal
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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
186 The Other Race Effect: A preliminary study with Malaysian
children.
Pei Jun Woo, Olivier Pascalis
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
Race, Ethnicity, Culture, Context
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
190 How do American and Chinese Mothers Motivate Their
Children? Implications for Children’s Achievement
Yang Qu, Eva Pomerantz, Meifang Wang
191 Why Do American and Chinese Mothers Respond Differently
to Children’s Performance?
Janice Ng, Florrie Fei-Yin Ng, Eva Pomerantz
192 Anxiety negatively predicts substance abuse in a sample of
Latin American youth
Amy Rapp, Denise A. Chavira, Carol Mathews, Anna Ordóñez
193 Is Stunting a True Population-level Proxy for Risk of
Developmental Delay?
Ann C. Miller, Megan B. Murray, Dana R. Thomson,
MaryCatherine Arbour
194 Religious Development in Muslim-American Adolescents
Kathleen M Cain, Wesley E. Gregory, Austin B. Ambrosino
195 Ethnic Identity Formation Among U.S. Latino Children Ages 6-
12: Why Heritage Language Learning Matters
Maria Mercedes Arredondo, Mélanie Rosado, Teresa
Satterfield
196 Animal-Assisted Therapy for Incarcerated Youth: A
Randomized-Controlled Trial
Nicholas Seivert, Rita Jane Casey, Annmarie Cano, Amy
Johnson
197 Dually Involved Youth: Exploring Child Welfare Involvement,
Maltreatment, and Offense Severity
Amy Janet Griffin
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
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
200 The role of weak and strong ties in child care selection among
low income mothers with young children
Desiree French
201 The Role of Spanish in Head Start for Dual Language Learners’
Achievement
Elizabeth B. Miller
202 Latino Children & School Readiness: The Association between
Language of Instruction and Math, Literacy, and Approaches to
Learning
Erin Bumgarner, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
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
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
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
206 Children’s Learning Through Outdoor Experiences in a Reggio-
inspired Preschool
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Cara Megan McClain, Alexa
Darby, Donna King, Sarah Meyer
207 Kindergarten Readiness: An Ongoing Conundrum
Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Carly B Slutzky
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
209 Swedish gender-neutral pedagogy influences preschoolers'
social cognition about gender
Kristin Shutts, Ben Kenward, Christine A Fawcett
210 How Turkish Children and Mothers Justify Their Gender-
related Decisions
Hatice Işık, Basak Sahin-Acar
Social Cognition
211 Children’s Recognition of Pride
Ross A Flom, Darren Garcia, Rebecca Janis
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
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
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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
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
217 Children bribe others to win their favors
Natalie Benjamin, Kerrie Pieloch, Carla Sebastian-Enesco,
Felix Warneken
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
219 Neural Substrates of Pointing Hands in Infants and Adults
Manuela Stets, Bennett I Bertenthal
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
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
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
225 Do children consider social status and friendship when sharing
with peers?
Teresa Harvey, Vanessa LoBue, Peter R Blake
226 Body orientation matters: Infants’ observations of others’ face-
to-face and back-to-back conversations
Andrea Handl, Gustaf Gredebäck
Social, Emotional, Personality
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
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
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 Reeb-
Sutherland
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
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
232 Longitudinal observation of spontaneous smiling in early
infancy
Fumito Kawakami
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
234 Recognition of Facial Expressions of Emotion in Youth
Victimized by Their Peers
Alexandra Irwin, Dianna Lanteigne, Wendy Craig, Tom
Hollenstein
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
236 General Parenting Practices and Emotion Socialization as
Predictors of Observed Emotion Regulation
Katie Elizabeth Rasmussen, Amy Elizabeth Root, Kristin L
Moilanen, Nicole Nightengale
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
238 The Emotion Socialisation of Adolescent Scale: Scale
Construction and Psychometric Properties
Geck Hong Yeo, Tick Sim
239 Children’s Peer Selection: Self-Enhancement or Self-
Verification?
Lisa H Rosen, Meagan M. Patterson
240 Parents’ Views of Their Children and Parent-Child Relationship
Quality
Meredith Cantwell, Meagan M. Patterson, Lisa H Rosen
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
242 Associations between Infant Temperament, Parental
Competence, and Family Resources and Their Effects on
Parental Sensitivity
Victoria L Greenwell, Diane M Lickenbrock
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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
244 Behavioral and Cognitive Predictors of Preadolescent
Relational and Physical Aggression.
Meghan Gangel, Susan D Calkins
245 Callous-Unemotional Traits and Behavioral Impulsivity:
Associations with Adolescent Social Goals and Aggression
Olivia Valdes, Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, Tiina Ojanen
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
248 Middle School Predictors of High School Dating Violence
among At-Risk Early Adolescents
Meredith C. Joppa, Christopher Houck, Christie J. Rizzo
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
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
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
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
258 Navigating covert racial bias: How Black and White children
distinguish race-based social exclusion from peer rejection
Shelby Cooley, Melanie A. Killen
259 The relationship between SNS use and political efficacy among
South Korean youth
Bu Kyung Kim, Shinah Kim, Yoonsun Han
Attention, Learning, Memory
260 Investigation of Guided Recess and Executive Function in
Elementary School Children
Emily Ostergaard Prager, Stephanie M Carlson
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
(Event 1-004) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-004. Afterschool Programs: Expanding Learning
Opportunities, Reducing Achievement Gaps
Chair: Nancy Peter
Speaker: Deborah L Vandell
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.
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-of-
school time as a developmental context that warrants further attention
by researchers, educators, and policy makers.
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(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.
Panelist 2: Andrew J Fuligni
Biography. Andrew J. Fuligni, Ph.D. is Professor in the Department
of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences and the Department of
Psychology. He also is a Senior Scientist in the Semel Institute for
Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Dr. Fuligni and his collaborators
employ multiple methods to study the interaction between socio-
cultural 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
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 1-006) 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
Does Narrative Scaffolding Predict Pre-Kindergarteners’
Language and Literacy Skills in A Sample of Low-Income
Chilean Families?
Diana Leyva
Print knowledge in bilingual Mayan children: An initial inquiry
Laura M. Justice, Amy Pratt
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
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
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
Callous-Unemotional Behavior and Emotion Discrimination in
Young Children: Differential Associations and Gene-
Environment 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
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
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
The Moderating Role of Mothers’ Adult Attachment
Orientation on Controlling Feeding Practices and Children’s
Emotional Eating
Cin Cin Tan
Associations between Parenting Styles and Parental Feeding
Practices in School-age Children
Debra Hoffmann, Allison Kiefner-Burmeister, Samantha Holt,
Dara Robin Musher-Eizenman
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
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
Maternal Mind-Mindedness During the Still Face Paradigm
Gabrielle Coppola, Tiziana Aureli, Annalisa Grazia, Mirco
Fasolo, Eliala Salvadori, Raffaella Mancini
Mind-Mindedness in Mothers Hospitalised for Severe Mental
Illness
Robin Schacht, Elizabeth Meins, Charles Fernyhough, Susan
Pawlby
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
(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
Poverty-Related Toxic Stress and Maternal Mental Health:
Measurement and Models
Cybele Raver, Clancy Blair
Air Pollution, Toxic Releases, and Socioeconomic Disparities
in Child Development
Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Portia Miller
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
(Event 1-011) Paper Session
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-011. Emotion and Emotion Regulation During
Adolescence: Links to Adjustment
Chair: Amanda Sheffield Sheffield Morris
Adolescent Coping Profiles Differentiate Reports of Depression
and Anxiety Symptoms
Joanna L Herres, Christine McCauley Ohannessian
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
Longitudinal Associations between Emotion Regulation
Strategies and Depression: Different Patterns for Adolescent
Boys and Girls
Jun Wang
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
1-012. The new conservation task in developmental
psychology: Investigating children’s and adolescent’s
environmental minds and values
Chair: Jolina H. Ruckert
Colombian children’s reasoning about prototypical
transgressions to nature and variations in economic and
communitarian contexts
Lizette Yamile Pizza, Roberto Posada
The development of biocentric moral concerns: Children’s
reasoning regarding animal welfare and rights
Jolina H. Ruckert
Environment, experience, and the salience of ecological
relations
John D. Coley
The concept of ‘ecocitizenship’ amongst immigrant children in
Quebec
Natasha Blanchet-Cohen
(Event 1-013) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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
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
Child Care as a Protective Factor: Investigating the Impact of
Child Care in an At-Risk Sample
Rachel C. Katz, Ann Easterbrooks
Does group size in Child Care matter more for disadvantaged
children’s aggressive behavior in a context of regulated quality?
Henrik D. Zachrisson
(Event 1-014) 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
Same Game, Different Name? Examining Latent Class Profiles
of Parents' Privacy Invasions and Psychological Control.
Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver
Adolescents’ Distinctions Between Privacy and Secrecy: Age
Differences and Psychosocial Correlates
Skyler T. Hawk
When Do Parents Invade Adolescents' Privacy? Exploring the
Roles of Adolescent Behaviors, Parent Adjustment and
Cognitions
Sheila Kathleen Marshall, Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver
(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
Using Resting-State EEG Assessments to Study Helping
Behaviour and Empathic Responding in Children
Barbara Müller, Jorg Meinhardt, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian
Measuring Underlying Motives of Prosocial Behavior via
Changes in Internal Arousal
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish, Michael Tomasello
Using Amazon MTurk to Explore Young Children’s Helping in
the Home
Stuart I Hammond, Celia A Brownell
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
Combining Naturalistic and Experimental Methods to Explain
Infant Helping
Audun Dahl, Emma Satlof-Bedrick, Stuart I Hammond, Jesse
Drummond, Whitney Waugh, Celia A Brownell
(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
Peer Influence on Disruptive Behavior: Variations Across
Classrooms
Huiyoung Shin, Allison M Ryan, Scott D. Gest
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
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
1-017. Can Daddy make a difference? Investigating
paternal contributions to the development of child
executive functioning
Chair: Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot
Examining the Role of Father Parenting in Preschool Executive
Function Development
Alyssa S. Meuwissen, Stephanie M Carlson
Positive fathering predicts subsequent levels of child executive
functioning in early childhood
Andre Plamondon, Mark Wade, Jennifer Jenkins
The development of children’s inhibition: Does parenting
matter?
Isabelle Roskam, Marie Stievenart, Jean-Christophe Meunier,
Marie-Pascale Noël
Links between maternal adversity and child executive
functioning: The protective role of paternal psychological
adjustment
Andrée-Anne Bouvette-Turcot, Annie Bernier, Marie-Ève
Bélanger
(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
Maternal Emotion Socialization and Child Outcomes among
African Americans and European Americans
Emma Hooper, Xin Feng, Seulki Ku, Micah Gerhardt, Qiong
Wu, Stephen Sleva
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
Emotion Knowledge and Socio-emotional Wellbeing across the
Early Middle Childhood: A Cross-cultural Longitudinal
Investigation
Yang Yang, Qi Wang
(Event 1-019) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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 1-020) 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
Unequal Returns: Racial Differences in the Associations
Between Income and Achievement
Daphne Henry, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal
Gender-differentiated Parenting and Academic Success Among
African American and European American Adolescents
Fatima A Varner
Personal and Cultural Assets of African American Girls and
Mathematics Success: Positive Effects of an Intervention
Sheretta Tekise Butler-Barnes
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
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
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
Understanding the Challenges and Facilitators of Data Use in
Head Start to Improve Program Quality
Teresa Derrick-Mills, Monica Rohacek
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
1-022. All for one and one for all: Consequences of group
membership in young children
Chair: Yarrow C Dunham
Stick together: Young children’s loyalty to the group
Antonia Misch, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter
How preschool-age children use social categories to predict
social behavior
Lisa Chalik, Marjorie Rhodes
The road from prejudice to discrimination runs through (actual
acts of) categorization
Yarrow C Dunham
The power of in-groups: Group identification enhances
preschoolers’ motivation for shared academic goals
Allison Master, Andrew N Meltzoff, Sapna Cheryan
(Event 1-023) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-023. At-risk Women's Adjustment to Parenthood:
Responses to Infant Distress
Chair: Florentina Catharina Kunseler
Discussant: Mirjam Oosterman
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
Predicting Parenting Self-Efficacy: The Role of Adverse
Childhood Experiences and Infant Distress
Florentina Catharina Kunseler, Mirjam Oosterman, Marleen de
Moor, Carlo Schuengel
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
1-024. 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
Considerations for Researchers Designing and Conducting
Their First Child Development Research in Low and Middle
Income Countries
Katherine Sachs Leventhal, Jane Gillham, Steve Leventhal
Effectiveness of early childhood interventions in promoting
cognitive development in developing countries: A systematic
review
Nirmala Rao, Jin Sun, Eva E. Chen, Patrick Ip
Evaluating Youth Character Education: A Systems Evaluation
Approach
Jennifer Brown Urban, Miriam R Linver, Gary Walsh, Julie
Thompson, Ronnie Davidson, David Lorimer
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
Eighteen-month-olds use speakers’ accuracy information to
make judgments about novel labels
Elena Luchkina, David M Sobel, James L Morgan
Fourteen-month-olds’ imitation is influenced more strongly by
a model’s competence than by a model’s certainty
Norbert Zmyj, David Buttelmann
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
(Event 1-027) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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
Individual and Contextual Predictors of Subjective Well-Being
in Seventh Graders
Michael J Lawler, Lisa Anne Newland, Jarod Giger, Eliann
Renee Carr, Soonhee Roh
Attachment and Emotion Regulation: Predictors of Child Well-
Being in Foster Youth
Gail S. Goodman, Daniel A Bederian-Gardner, Ingrid Cordon,
Sue Hobbs, Rachel K. Narr, Sarah Bakanosky
Listening to Children in Foster Care: Systematic Review of
Interview Methods
Sue Hobbs, Karen Saywitz, Rakel P. Larson, Christine Wells
(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 Social-
emotional Learning Programs
Chair: Rebecca J Bulotsky Shearer
Discussant: Stephanie M Jones
Improving Behavioral Outcomes for Preschoolers Displaying
Disruptive Behaviors: Examining the Impacts of Banking Time
Amanda P Williford, Jessica E Vick Whittaker, Jennifer
LoCasale-Crouch
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
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
(Event 1-029) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-029. A new approach to memory development
Chair: Rebecca Gomez
Discussant: Nora S Newcombe
Evidence for qualitatively different memory processes in
infancy vs. early childhood
Rebecca Gomez
Remembering things in, and out of, context across typical and
atypical development
Jamie Ogline Edgin, Goffredina Spano, Candace Rhoads
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
Development, Specification, and Diversity of Callosal
Projection Neurons
Jeffrey Macklis
Maturation and Myelination of the Corpus Callosum
Sean C Deoni, Jonathan O’Muircheartaigh, Jed T. Elison,
Holly Dirks, Irene Piryatinksky, Douglas C. Dean III
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
1-031. Development of brain networks: Insights from
resting-state functional connectivity studies of the
amygdala and hippocampus
Chairs: Lea Rose Dougherty, Tracy Riggins
Development of hippocampal resting-state networks during
childhood
Sarah Louise Blankenship, Lea Rose Dougherty, Elizabeth
Redcay, Tracy Riggins
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
Development of amygdala and hippocampal resting-state
functional connectivity between 8 to 24 years of age
Xiaoqian Chai, noa ofen, Rebecca Martin, Susan Whitfield-
Gabrieli, John D Gabrieli
Amygdala-prefrontal network development during early
childhood
Elizabeth Redcay, Katherine Rice, Sarah Louise Blankenship,
Tracy Riggins
(Event 1-032) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-032. Neural Mechanisms of Psychopathology in Early
Childhood
Chair: Isaac T. Petersen
Frontal-Parietal Network during Infancy and Risk for Anxiety
in Early Childhood
Martha Ann Bell
Neurophysiology of Externalizing Behavior Problems in Young
Children
Isaac T. Petersen, Caroline P. Hoyniak, Angela D Staples, John
E Bates, Dennis L Molfese
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
Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Impacts Neurocognitive Functioning
in Early Adolescents
Dennis L Molfese, Linda C Mayes, Amanda Prokasky
(Event 1-033) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-033. Feedback learning in the early years and how it
relates to other cognitive abilities
Chair: Maartje Raijmakers
The early development of agency: How infants process and
predict the sensory feedback of their actions
Marlene Meyer, Sabine Hunnius
What is important for feedback learning in preschoolers
Maartje Raijmakers, Bianca van Bers
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
Developmental Changes in the Social Buffering of the HPA
Axis by Caregivers in Humans
Camelia E Hostinar, Megan R Gunnar
The Caregiver Stimulus and Development of Human
Amygdala-mPFC Circuitry
Nim Tottenham, Dylan G. Gee, Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam
Infant Trauma and Maternal Control of the Infant Brain:
Lessons from a Rodent Model
Regina Marie Sullivan
Early Maternal Care is Critical for the Development of
Emotional Brain Circuits: A Nonhuman Primate Model
Mar M. Sanchez, Brittany R. Howell
(Event 1-035) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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
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
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 1-036) 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
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
Heterogeneity in Iraqi, Syrian, and Palestinian Refugee Youths’
Beliefs About Parental Authority
Judith G Smetana, Ikhlas Ahmad, Laura Wray-Lake
Do Adolescents’ Legitimacy Beliefs Alter How They Feel
About Parents’ Monitoring Efforts?
Laura LaFleur, Robert D Laird, Matthew D Marrero, Yinan
Zhao
Legitimacy of Parental Authority, Parental Involvement, and
Voluntary Disclosure Among First Year College Students
Christopher Daddis, Raymond Montemayor
(Event 1-037) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-037. Recent Contributions to Understanding and
Supporting Children’s Transitions to Kindergarten
Chair: Beth Rous
A Conceptual Framework for Describing, Explaining, and
Supporting Kindergarten Transitions
Andrew J Mashburn, Rita Yelverton, Amy Lynn Cannell-
Cordier, 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
Preparing High-Risk Children and Families for the
Kindergarten Transition
Katherine C Pears, Hyoun Kim, Cynthia Valentine Healey,
Philip Andrew Fisher
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
(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
The Effect of Exercise on Sleep during Pregnancy
Michele Okun, Joshua Baker, Scott Rothenberger, Christopher
Kline
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
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
(Event 1-039) Conversation Roundtable
Franklin Hall 11 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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 1-040) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-040. Central and Autonomic Nervous System Activity
and Adjustment at the Transition to Adolescence
Chair: Ben Benjamin Hinnant
Discussant: Sheila E Crowell
Neural Reactivity to Emotional Stimuli: Relations with
Adolescent Substance Use Initiation
Tara M Chaplin
Harsh Parenting, Parasympathetic Activity, and Development of
Delinquency and Substance Use
Ben Benjamin Hinnant
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
1-041. How 'Vocabulary Gaps' Become 'Knowledge Gaps':
From Research to Intervention to Implications for
Education and Policy
Chair: Anne Fernald
Discussant: Ariel Kalil
Language Gaps between Rich and Poor Children Begin to
Emerge in Infancy
Anne Fernald, Nereyda M. Hurtado, Adriana Weisleder,
Virginia A. Marchman
Thirty Million Words Initiative: Enhancing Parent-Child Verbal
Engagement in a Translational Research Program
Dana Suskind
Giving our Children a Fighting Chance: Poverty, Literacy
Development and Information Capital
Susan B. Neuman
(Event 1-042) Conversation Roundtable
Grand Ballroom Salon A (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
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 Depression-
Delinquency Link During Adolescence
Chair: April Gile Thomas
Early Adolescent Depression, Peer Substance Use, and the
Onset of Substance Use
Sonja Siennick, Alex O. Widdowson, Mark Ethan Feinberg
Depression and Reoffending Among Serious Delinquents
Across Seven Years
April Gile Thomas, Elizabeth Cauffman
Internalizing Problems as a Mechanism Connecting
Interpersonal Victimization and Offending among Adolescent
Juvenile Offenders
Emma Espel, Julia Dmitrieva
(Event 1-044) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-044. Methodological and Theoretical Innovations in the
Study of Adolescents’ Values
Chairs: Maya Benish-Weisman, Kristina L McDonald
Discussant: Tina Malti
Cognitive Complexity and Personal Value Importance
Ella Daniel
The Interplay between Values and Aggression: A Longitudinal
Study Among Israeli Adolescents
Maya Benish-Weisman
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
(Event 1-045) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon D (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
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
Early Behavioral Inhibition and Reactivity to Peer Context in
Later Childhood
Lauren V Usher, Catherine Burrows, Dina Dajani, Heather
Henderson
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
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
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
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
The Majority Language of the Community Affects Preschool
Bilingual Children’s Code-mixing
Elena Nicoladis, Johanne Paradis
Code-Switching and Its Impact on Linguistic Competency in
Bilingual Preschoolers from Two Different Language
Environments
W. Quin Yow, Ferninda Patrycia
Patterns in English-Chinese Children’s Code Switching in
Singapore
Carissa Kang, W. Quin Yow, Suzanne Flynn, Barbara Lust
(Event 1-048) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon K (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 10:10am-11:40am
1-048. Understanding the Development of Spatial
Language Use and Spatial Skills
Chair: Hilary E. Miller
The Role of Scaffolding and Overhearing in Facilitating Young
Children’s Use of Complex Spatial Terms
Alycia M Hund
Spatial Labels Facilitate Pattern Learning and Analogical
Reasoning
Nina Simms
The Impact of Object Type and Spatial Vocabulary on the
Spatial Analogies in Preschool Children
Youjeong Park, Marianella Casasola
Quality of Children’s Spatial Language Use Predicts Spatial
Skills
Hilary E. Miller, Haley A Vlach, Vanessa R. Simmering
(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
My Friend Values Me and Knows Me, New Dimensions of
Friendship Quality
Melisa Castellanos, William M Bukowski
The Relation Between Co-Rumination and Depressive
Symptoms is Exacerbated by Interpersonal (But Not Non-
Interpersonal) Hassles
Amanda Rose, Gary C Glick, Rebecca A Schwartz-Mette,
Rhiannon L. Smith
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
It Wasn’t Me! Children’s Externalizing Behavior and Lie-
Telling
Jennifer Lavoie, Cindy M Arruda, Karissa Leduc, Victoria
Talwar
Lying for Personal Gain in Boys with Externalizing Problems
and their Moral Evaluations of Lies
Cindy M Arruda, Carlos Gomez-Garibello, Victoria Talwar
Lying for Concealment or Gain: Antisocial Lie-Telling among
Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Allison Mugno, Lindsay C Malloy, Victoria Talwar, Daniel
Waschbusch
Deception in Children With and Without Severe Conduct
Problems
Sarah Zanette, Leena K. Augimeri, Margaret Walsh, Kang Lee
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(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
Preschoolers’ learning from enhanced eBooks versus traditional
print books
Stephanie M Reich, Tallin Muskat, Campbell Jessica, Daniela
Cannata
Video Game Play Improves Executive Functioning Skills in
Children
Rachel Flynn, Rebekah A. Richert
Educational Affordances of Online Games for Preschoolers
Mariya Nikolayev, Stephanie M Reich, Tallin Muskat, Nazanin
Tadjbakhsh
Thursday, 11:30am-12:00pm
(Event 1-052) Follow-Up Discussion Session
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 11:30am-12:00pm
1-052. Follow-up Discussion for Invited Views by Two:
Verkuyten and Fuligni
Moderator: Robert Crosnoe
Panelists: Maykel Verkuyten, Andrew J Fuligni
Thursday, 11:55am-1:10pm
(Event 1-053) Federal Agency Sessions
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 11:55am-1:10pm
1-053. Meet Federal Agency Representatives
Representatives: Anna Lue Riley, Tisha Wiley, Denise Pintello,
LeShawndra N Price, Laura L Namy, Dawn M Ramsburg
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
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.
1-053. Federal Agency Poster Session
G-1: Institute of Education Sciences
Presenters: Caroline M Ebanks, Amy L Sussman
G-4: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation
Presenter: Nancy Geyelin Margie
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
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
G-8: Office of Head Start
Presenter: Mary Elizabeth Meloy
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, 12:00pm-1:15pm
(Event 1-054) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:00pm-1:15pm
1-054. Poster Session 2
Attention, Learning, Memory
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
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
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
6 Long-term memory for social scenes: How differences in social
cognition and attention affect learning and orienting
Brianna Doherty, Kia Nobre, Gaia Scerif
7 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
8 Performance-based vs. teacher report measures of executive
function in predicting literacy outcomes
Jamie Spiegel, Christopher J Lonigan
9 Socioeconomic status, subjective social status, and perceived
stress: Associations with executive functions and stress
physiology
Alexandra M Ursache, Kimberly G Noble, Clancy Blair
10 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
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
13 Contextual Fear-Learning Differences in Children and
Adolescents: A Pilot Study
Ingrid Haugen, Rachel LePage, Elizabeth R Duval, Israel
Liberzon, Moriah Thomason
14 Expanding on Prior Knowledge: Effects of Pre-Existing
Schemas on the Generation of New Knowledge through Cross-
Episode Integration
Nicole Varga, Adna Jaganjac, Patricia J Bauer
15 Infants’ Attention to Emotion in Bodies
Alyson Hock, Hannah White, Rachel Jubran, Ramesh S Bhatt
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
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
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
19 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
20 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 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
Cognitive Processes
24 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
26 Numeral Classifiers and Categorization by Shape in Mandarin,
Hmong, and English Speaking Children
Ruxue Shao, Maria D Sera
27 Maternal Contributions to the Development of Contamination
Sensitivity
Heidi Beebe McLaughlin, Mary Gauvain
28 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
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
32 Subjective Recollection and Decision-Making in Middle
Childhood: Evidence from a Metacognitive Illusion
Emily Hembacher, Simona Ghetti
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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
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
36 The Unique Contributions of Children’s Numerical
Approximation Skills for Various Math Abilities
Emily Braham, Melissa E Libertus
37 Five and Six Year Olds Prefer Linear over Logarithmic or
Exponential Number Lines
Jennifer Asmuth, Lance J Rips
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
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
42 The Role of Adolescence in Shaping Life After High School
A Latent Transition Analysis
Sarah Beal, Lisa J Crockett, James Peugh
43 Things aren’t as Bad as they Seem: Preschoolers Over-Predict
the Emotional Intensity of Negative Outcomes
Leia Kopp, Cristina Atance
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 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
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
50 Effect of familiarity on reward anticipation in children with and
without autism spectrum disorders
Katherine Kuhl-Meltzoff Stavropoulos, Leslie Jeanette Carver
51 Productive Spoken Vocabulary Drives Vocabulary
Comprehension in Minimally-Verbal Children with Autism
Linda R. Watson, Tiffany G. Woynaroski, Paul J. Yoder
52 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
56 Children With Developmental Disorders (not Just Autism)
Have Deficits Learning Words From Social Cues
Charlotte Field, Melissa Allen, Charlie Lewis
57 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
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
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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
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
65 Serious Delinquency and Gang Involvement among Justice-
Referred Youth in Treatment
Paul Boxer, Joanna Kubik, Bonita Veysey, Michael Ostermann,
Ashley Schappell, Meagan Docherty, Erika Y Niwa
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
67 Wilderness challenge and boot camp programs for delinquent
youth: A meta-analysis of outcome evaluations
Holly Lynn Karakos, Sandra Jo Wilson
68 Trajectories of delinquency among high-risk adolescents
Magalie Vezina, Sylvie Drapeau, Hans Ivers
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 George-
Denn, Sue McLeod
70 Concurrent and Longitudinal Associations between Irritability
and Anxious/Depressed Symptoms in Early Adolescence
Wan-Ling Tseng, Susan Shur-Fen Gau
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
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 Teacher-
Rated 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 C-
Reactive 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
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
78 The Need for Better Eating Disorder Education in Early-
Childhood Schools
Maegan Jones, Elizabeth H. Blodgett Salafia
79 Correlates of Eating Disorder Attitudes and Behaviors in High-
Risk, Pre-Adolescent Females
Dayton Walsh, Mandi L Burnette, Laura Wray-Lake
Education, Schooling
80 Executive Function and Academic Performance: Reciprocal
Relationship from Preschool age to Adolescence
Mengjiao Li, Christopher Holmes, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby
Deater-Deckard
81 Character strengths, classroom satisfaction, and academic
achievement in high school students
Clorinda E Velez, Pauline Goodson, Desheane Newman, Mark
Linkins, Jane Gillham
82 Achievement-Adjustment Paradox among Filipino-American
Adolescents: The Social and Physical Costs of Doing Well
Victoria Calip Rodriguez, Sandra Graham
83 A Parallel Process Model of Social Skills and Learning
Behaviors Predicting Head Start Children’s Academic Skills
Christine Meng
84 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
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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 Longitudinal Relations Between Domain-Neutral and Domain-
Specific Instructional Practices in Fifth-Grade Mathematics
Classrooms
Holland Banse, Timothy W Curby, Natalia Palacios
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
102 A Research Experience for American Indian Undergraduates:
Examining the Student-Mentor Dyad
Emily R. Griese, DenYelle Baete Kenyon, Tracey McMahon
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
104 Predicting Parents’ Differential Treatment of Siblings in
Mexican American Families
Jenny Padilla, Susan McHale, Kimberly Updegraff, Adriana J.
Umana-Taylor
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
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
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
117 A longitudinal study of mother-infant and father-infant
interaction: comparing families with full-term and preterm
infants
ruby hall
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
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
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
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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
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
124 The Contribution of Self-Regulation to Childhood Risk-Taking
Ana Gonzalez-Blanks, Tuppett M. Yates
125 Unpacking the Relationship Between Pubertal Timing and Early
Sex Initiation: The Role of Parents and Peers
Alexander Michael Wasserman, Lisa J Crockett
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
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
129 What is this? Bilingual Children’s Picture Naming in a
Naturalistic Setting
Yuuki Luna Yamagiwa, Natsuki Atagi, Catherine Sandhofer
130 Two languages, one mind: Within language priming in French-
Spanish bilingual children
Louah SIRRI, Pia Rämä
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
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
134 Mommy Say Baby Do: Parent Speech and Infant Gesture
during a Picture-Book Task
Kristin M Johnson, Emily Shroads, Makeba Parramore
Wilbourn
135 Etiological & longitudinal relationships between language,
reading fluency, and reading comprehension in 7, 12 & 16 year-
old twins
Maria Grazia Tosto, Marianna E Hayiou-Thomas, Philip S
Dale, Robert Plomin
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
137 Interpreting early preferences: Familiarity vs. novelty effects in
the acquisition of Subject-Verb agreement
Elena Koulaguina, Jennifer Culbertson, Nayeli Gonzalez-
Gomez, Geraldine Legendre, Thierry Nazzi
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
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
140 Joint Attention and Early Language: A Micro-Behavioral
Analysis
Kaitlin Fondren, Sumarga H Suanda, Chen Yu
141 Thirteen-month-old infants generalize new linguistic forms
across people and objects of like kind
Sweta Anantharaman, Annette M E Henderson
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
144 Predicting Narrative Elaboration and Participation During Book
Sharing in Mexican-American Dyads
Kelly Escobar, Catherine S Tamis-Lemonda, Gigliana Melzi
145 Repeated shared book reading interactions: Variability and
stability in mother-child discourse
rotem schapira, Dorit Aram, Margalit Ziv
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
147 Relations Between Measures of Executive Functioning and
Reading Comprehension in School-Aged Children: A Meta-
Analysis
C Nikki Arrington, Jeremy Miciak, Pat Taylor, Amery Treble,
Amanda Child, Emily Huston-Warren, Paul Cirino, Karla
Stuebing
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
Moral Development
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
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
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151 Empathy and Prosocial-Flow as Mediators between Parental
Variables and Prosocial Behavior Toward Strangers, Friends,
and Family
Belén Mesurado
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
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
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
Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
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
159 Risk Factors and Moderators Predicting Expectant Fathers’
Physical Child Abuse Potential
Tamika L Smith, Christina Maria Rodriguez
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
161 Attachment Representations in Preschool: Predicting Doll Play
Representations from Infant and Maternal Attachment Measures
Heather Rachelle McLean, Heidi N Bailey
162 Gender as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Maternal
Attachment Anxiety and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Kiera James, Feven Ogbaselase, Joanna Herres
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
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
165 Young Adults’ Recollections of Discipline and Punishment:
Relations With Externalizing and Attachment
Mary Elizabeth Curtner-Smith, Equiller Mahone, Erica
Florence Jordan
166 Differential susceptibility to parenting in 4 RCTs on parent self-
efficacy 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
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
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
171 Representation and Stereotypical Parental Portrayals in Books
on Girl’s Pubertal Development
Rona Carter, Amira Halawah, Lauren DeVincent
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
173 When Two Become Three: Associations between Parental
Embodied Mentalizing and Co-parenting abilities
Dana McDevitt Shai, Noa Gueron-Sela, Naama Atzaba-Poria
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
175 Exploring Governance Transfer--A New Model of Behavioral
Autonomy and Regulation
Lauree C. Tilton-Weaver, Sheila Kathleen Marshall
176 Parental Monitoring in Late Adolescence: Relations to ADHD
Symptoms and Longitudinal Predictors
Raziye Salari, Lisa Berlin Thorell
177 The Role of Maternal Support on Preschoolers' Memory
Performance
David J Rudek
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
180 Reinforcement, Reasoning, and Cooperation: A Qualitative
Analysis of Parental Responses to Early Childhood Prosocial
Vignettes
Alicia Ann Bower, Juan F Casas
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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
182 Autonomy support and toddler committed compliance: A
longitudinal and observational design
Julie C. Laurin, David R Forman, Mireille Joussemet
183 A Meta-Analysis of the Influence of Global Parenting Styles on
Early Childhood Self-Regulation
Katherine Paschall
184 Diverging Psychological and Physiological Correlates of
Parental Empathy for Parents and Children
Erika Manczak, Anita DeLongis, Edith Chen
Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
185 Navigating complexity: Experienced infant walkers employ
diverse strategies to flexibly execute reaching through narrow
apertures
Sandra Herrera, Jill Ashley Dosso, Jean-Paul Boudreau
186 Walking skill and its relationship to toddlers’ physical growth
and cognitive ability
Simone V Gill, Kimberly J Saudino
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
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
189 Individual Differences in Self-Locomotion and Stranger
Anxiety: Are They Related?
Kelly Escobar, Rebecca Joan Brand
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
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
192 The Comparison of Measurement Invariance on Adolescents’
Coping with Peer Victimization between Taiwan and United
States
Ting-Lan Ma, Amy Bellmore
193 Same Parenting Practice, Different Ways: Culture influences
parents’ goals, behaviors, and the relations between them
WEN WANG, Chang Su-Russell, Claire D Vallotton
194 Behavioral predictors of self-regulation in Chinese versus
American three-year olds
Karen Caplovitz Barrett, Jun Wang, Dongying Zhang
195 Effects of Reverse-Migration Separation and Reunification
upon Low Income Chinese Immigrant Parents and Children in
New York City
Kam Man Kenny Kwong
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
197 Effects of Poverty on Emotion Regulation in Middle Childhood
Using Computerized Behavioral Assessments
Christian Capistrano, Hannah Bianco, Pilyoung Kim
198 Understanding Young Children’s Reasoning about Children and
Families Living in Poverty
Lindsey Nenadal, Rashmita S. Mistry
School Readiness/Childcare
199 Program Outcomes from a Parent-Implemented Emergent
Literacy Intervention for At-risk Prekindergarteners: A Multi-
level Analysis
Cynthia M. Zettler-Greeley, Laura Lyons Bailet
200 Can Early Care and Education Close the School Readiness Gap
for Language Minority Children?
Erika Hoff, Krystal M. Ribot, Sarah Mock
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
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
204 Do Progress Monitoring Data Tell Us Anything About
Classroom Quality? A Mixed-Methods Study
Emily Keller Snell, Barbara A. Wasik
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
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
207 The Development of Heterosexist Attitudes Towards Romantic
Relationships
Caitlin M Clark, Rebecca Sue Bigler
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
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Social Cognition
210 Training newborns to imitate: Can parents increase newborn
imitative responses?
Siobhan C Kennedy, Mark Gregory Nielsen, Virginia P
Slaughter
211 When Children and Adults Stop Over-imitating: Efficiency does
Matter!
Yuting Xia, Qingfen Hu
212 Links Between Imitation and Mental Development: A Cross-
Lagged Twin Study
Megan Flom, Sue Fenstermacher, Kimberly J Saudino
213 Hot and Cool Executive Function in Reactive versus Proactive
Situations
Nancy M Garon, Emily Stubbert, Lauren Kervin, Justine
Cawley, Sarah Peverill, Samantha Casey
214 The Social Cognition of Prosocial-Aggressive Youth: Social
Network Knowledge and Beliefs about Popularity Attainment
Tabitha J Wurster, Hongling Xie
215 20-month-old Infants Expect Members of a Social Group to
Share Preferences
Megan Alyssa Smith, Rose Scott
216 Increased Exposure to Unattractive Infants Decreases Liking
Stevie Schein, Judith H Langlois
217 Social Experiences in Inclusive Settings: Endogenous and
Exogenous Contributing Factors
Mati Zakai-Mashiach, Michal Levin Al-Yagon, Esther Dromi
218 Children’s sensitivity to their own knowledge states in
informing
Sunae Kim, Markus Paulus, Beate Sodian, Joëlle Proust
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
221 Children’s Understanding of Intent When Distributing a Reward
Following a Joint Task
Bethany MacDonald, Rebecca A Williamson
222 In-service Preschool Teacher Self-efficacy and Personal and
Environmental Factors
Raina Kim
223 Are There Different Pathways to Theory of Mind for
Monolingual and Bilingual Preschoolers? A Longitudinal
Examination
Vanessa Diaz, M. Jeffrey Farrar
224 Sibling Composition, Executive Function, and Children’s
Thinking about Mental Diversity
Katie Kennedy, Kristin Hansen Lagattuta, Liat Sayfan
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
Social, Emotional, Personality
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
227 Tools for Assessing the Intensity of Emotional Feelings in
Children
Manfred Holodynski, Petra Kortas-Hartmann
228 Vigilant Girls: Self-Surveillance Linked to Impaired Social
Skills and Executive Functions
Kimberly Burdette, Amy Bohnert, Zareen Kamal, Rebecca Levin
Silton
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
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
231 Cross-cultural emotion recognition in children and adults
Margaret C Moulson, Belle Nicole Reyes
232 The Mediating Effect of Executive Functioning on the
Association of Emotion Expression and Emotion Knowledge
Samantha Nicole Plourde, David E Ferrier, Susanne Denham
233 Preschoolers' Emotion Learning
Jennifer Bailey Bisson, James A Green
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
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
236 Adolescent Pretentious, Peer-Oriented, and Individualistic
Dispositions: Differences in Self-Regulation, Affectivity,and
Parenting
Melissa Vera-Hughes, Mary B Eberly Lewis
237 Is There Really Anything Wrong with Today’s
Twentysomethings?
Elizabeth P. Shulman, Laurence Steinberg
238 Cognitive Distortions, Personality Traits and Aggression
among adolescents: A Two Years Prospective Study
TASNIM REHNA, RUBINA HANIF
239 Resource allocation preferences for Taiwanese children and
young adults
Yuh-Ling Shen, Eunice Lai
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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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
242 Children’s Respect and Aggressive Behavior
Joanna Peplak, Tina Malti
243 Longitudinal Relationships Between Aggressive Behavior and
Life Quality in Adolescence
Xenia Müller, Christoph Michael Müller, Gérard Bless
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
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
246 Links between Childhood Sexual Abuse, Social Behavior
Problems and Attachment to Peers in Adolescence
Andra Lorent, Tristan Milot, Diane St-Laurent, Louise Éthier
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
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
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
255 Gender Differences in the Role of Depression in the
Relationship Between Friendship Intimacy and Problematic
Internet Use
Patricia Dieter, Cynthia A Erdley
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
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
258 Affiliation With Academically-Oriented Peers and Children’s
Academic Functioning
Elizabeth Moorman Kim, Kyongboon Kwon, Susan M. Sheridan
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
Social Cognition
260 Children Choose Willing Partners in a Cooperative Task
Kelly Reina, Joan Silk
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
(Event 1-055) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon E (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-055. From Blankies to Genes: The Role of the Non-
obvious in Children's Conceptions of the World
Chair: Susan E Carey
Speaker: Susan A Gelman
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 prize-
winning 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.
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
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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.
(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
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 culturally-
informed 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 1-057) 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
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
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
Popularity and Social Preference in Indonesian Adolescents:
Doran C French, Li Niu, Siyu Xu, Urip Purwono
(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
Developmental Trajectories of Self-Regulation Predict Later
Decision-Making Tendencies: A Nine-Year Longitudinal Study
Joshua A. Weller, Andrew Parker, Maureen Reynolds
Driving Recklessly: When the Risks Matter Less than the
Benefits
Shelly Sadek McCoy
Worth Their While? Using ESM to Investigate Adolescents’
Reward-Bias, Daily Emotion and Risk Behavior
Kathryn L Modecki, Bep Uink, Bonnie L. Barber
(Event 1-059) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-059. Pathways to word learning: the effect of exposure
and learning of language specific rules
Chair: Claire Delle Luche
The recognition of vocalic patterns in words in 9-11 month-old
infants learning Hebrew
Osnat Segal, Tamar Keren-Portnoy, Marilyn M Vihman
The role of vowel phonotactics in native speech segmentation
Katrin Skoruppa, Claire Delle Luche, Stuart Rosen, Andrew
Nevins, Laurence White, Caroline Floccia
Impact of long-term exposure on infants’ word segmentation in
infant- and adult-directed speech contexts
Melanie Steffi Schreiner, Nivedita Mani
The acquisition of native assimilation rules: evidence from
event-related potentials
Mathilde Fort, perrine brusini, Julia Carbajal, Ghislaine
Dehaene-Lambertz, Sharon Peperkamp
(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
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
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
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
(Event 1-061) Paper Symposium
Room 103C (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-061. Maternal Education, Parenting, and Children’s
Academic Outcomes: Implications for Intervention
Chair: Jessica Harding
Discussant: Katherine Magnuson
Understanding the Relationship Between Increases in Maternal
Education and Child Development: A Longitudinal Approach
Celia Gomez, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, John B Willett
Associations between Maternal Participation in Education and
Positive Parenting Practices
Jessica Harding, Pamela Morris
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.
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(Event 1-062) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-062. Social Neuroscience of Social Rejection and Links to
Psychopathology
Chairs: Eva H Telzer, Johanna M Jarcho
Kinder: A Novel Task to Assess Neural Response to Social
Acceptance Versus Rejection
Jennifer Bress, Greg Hajcak Proudfit
Dysregulated Neural Response to Social Evaluation In Bullied
Adolescents
Johanna M Jarcho, Megam Davis, Ellen Leibenluft, Nathan A
Fox, Daniel S Pine, Eric Nelson
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
1-063. Family correlates of academic risk and achievement
Chair: Amanda Roy
Discussant: Kirsten L Kainz
Housing instability and academic trajectories for children in
Head Start
Sara Anne Schmitt, Shannon Tierney Lipscomb
The influence of demographic factors on low-income Latino
children’s school success
Guadalupe Diaz, Megan M McClelland
Family Correlates of Changes in School Engagement among
Racial/Ethnic Minority Students
Aryn M Dotterer
(Event 1-064) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-064. Family Engagement in Early Mathematics Learning
Chairs: Michelle F. Maier, Eric Dearing
Maternal Supportive Interactions on a Joint Spatial Problem-
Solving 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
Latina Mothers as Resources for Early Mathematics Education
Marta Civil
JUMP and SPIN: A Case Study of Early Math and Science
Learning
Kathy Nakagawa, Emily Earl, Martha Cocchiarella, Angela
Arzubiaga
(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
Kids today: Changes in School Readiness in an Early
Childhood Era
Daphna Bassok, Scott Latham
The Effects of Teachers’ Time Use on Students’
Socioemotional and Behavioral Outcomes in Kindergarten
Mimi Engel, Amy Claessens
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
1-066. Child and Adolescent Friendship Formation and
Adjustment: Functions of Individual and Interpersonal
Environmental Characteristics
Chair: Maedeh Aboutalebi Karkavandi
Discussant: Heidi Gazelle
Testing Direction of Effects Among Anxious Solitude,
Academic Achievement, and Reciprocated Friendships from 3rd
to 7th Grade
Siang Joo Seah, Heidi Gazelle
Anxiety and Avoidance of Friendship Intimacy and Rejection
Sensitivity as Mediators in the Social Adversity-Loneliness
Link
Samantha Ferguson, Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck
Cultural Identity, and Perceived Peer and Parent Outgroup
Norms in Relation to Engagement in Cross-group Friendships
Alaina Brenick, Kelly Romano
Change in Friendship Networks from Beginning to the End
Third Grade: Effects of Classroom Emotional Climate
Maedeh Aboutalebi Karkavandi, Heidi Gazelle, Garry Robins
Does Having a Shy Friend Impact Popular and Well-Liked
Young Adolescents?
Rebecca G. Etkin, Julie C Bowker
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(Event 1-067) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
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
Infant Disorganized Attachment and Maternal Disrupted
Communication: Differential Relations to Left Amygdala
Volume in Adulthood
Karlen Lyons-Ruth
Human Amygdala-PFC Circuit Development as an Ontogenetic
Adaptation Following Maternal Deprivation
Nim Tottenham
Good Memories of Infant Trauma: Infant Abuse-Attachment
Cues Rescue Adult Depressive-Like Behaviors and Alter
Amygdala Function
Regina Marie Sullivan
(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
Electronic data capture systems: You get what you ask for?
Mark McCurdy, T. Andrew Zabel, Brian P Daly
Psychometric properties of caregiver-report youth behavior
ratings administered online
Alison E. Pritchard, Taylor A. Koriakin, Erin Jones, Lisa
Jacobson
Factors affecting computer-based data collection: Timing
accuracy, operating system, and device type
Philip Schatz
(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
Place recognition and heading retrieval are dissociable in mice
(and possibly men)
Joshua B. Julian, Alexander Keinath, Isabel Muzzio, Russell A.
Epstein
Neural and behavioral sensitivity to boundary cues across
development
Katrina Ferrara, Soojin Park, Barbara Landau
Reorientation ability predicts early spatial symbol reading
Moira R. Dillon, Elizabeth Spelke
(Event 1-070) Paper Symposium
Room 202A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-070. Mechanisms Linking Contextual Risk Factors to
Young Children's Effortful Control and Socioemotional
Adjustment
Chair: Annemiek Karreman
Discussant: Sarah Jane Schoppe-Sullivan
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
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
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 1-071) Paper Symposium
Room 202B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-071. Racial and Ethnic Socialization and Identity
Development in African American and Latino Families
Chair: Beth E Kurtz-Costes
Discussant: Stephanie Johnson Rowley
The Early Cultural Socialization Context of Latino Children in
Immigrant Families
Daniela Aldoney, Natasha Cabrera
Parent Racial Centrality, Racial Socialization, and Academic
Outcomes in African American Youth
Aixa Marchand, Stephanie Johnson Rowley
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
1-072. Mentoring that Makes a Difference: The
Importance of Trust, Attunement and Opportunities
Chairs: Pamela Ebstyne King, Jeanne Rhodes
Discussant: Nicole Taylor
Adults who "get": Adolescents perceptions of relational
engagement with key adults
Laura A. Yoviene, Jeanne Rhodes
Exploring mediators of the relationship between adolescent trust
in a nonfamilial adult and prosocial intentions and behavior
Brooke Fullmer Yetter, Pamela Ebstyne King
“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
(Event 1-073) Paper Symposium
Room 203B (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
Head Start Effects for Parents: Who Stands to Benefit the Most?
Arya Ansari, Kelly M Purtell, Elizabeth T. Gershoff
Two-Generation Programs and Parenting Practices: The Effect
of Services and Supports on Parenting and The Home
Environment
Anamarie Auger
A Contributing Role of Parents’ Preacademic Stimulation to
Head Start Impacts on Children’s Language, Literacy, and
Mathematics
Soojin S Oh, Hirokazu Yoshikawa
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 1-074) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-074. SES and Infant Language Development: Four
Longitudinal Studies
Chair: Daniel Swingley
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
Word Recognition, Phonological Specificity, and SES: a
Longitudinal Word-Recognition Study of Toddlers
Rachel R. Romeo, Daniel Swingley
Child-directed speech mediates SES-differences in language-
processing skill and vocabulary in Spanish-learning children
Adriana Weisleder, Nancy Otero, Virginia A. Marchman, Anne
Fernald
Are early individual differences in pragmatic ability associated
with SES and language experience?
Danielle Matthews, Michelle McGillion, Gemma Stephens
(Event 1-075) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-075. The Role of Acculturation in the Socialization of
Immigrant Parents
Chairs: Christy YuetYu Leung, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah
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
Ethnic Socialization Practices in Immigrant Families in Palermo
Maria Grazia Lo Cricchio, Alida Lo Coco
Acculturation, Parenting, the Home Environment and
Educational Outcomes for Young Latino Children
JoAnn M Farver, Rosa I Toro
U.S. Chinese Immigrant Mothers’ Migration Experiences and
Perceptions of their Children’s Adaptation
Christy YuetYu Leung, Charissa Siew Lyng Cheah
(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
Maternal Depression and Preschoolers’ Anxious/Depressed
Symptoms: Mediation by Maternal Rumination and Child
Executive Function
Xin Feng, Seulki Ku, Emma Hooper, Qiong Wu
The Influence of Paternal Depression on Well-Being in the
Early- to Mid-Teenage Years
Kevin Shafer, Douglas Wendt
How Does the Chronicity of Parental Depressive Symptoms
Influence Adolescent Psychosocial Maturity and Depression?
Erin Kramer Holmes, Nate Stoddard
Trajectories of Maternal and Paternal Depression: Chronicity,
Co-Occurrence, and Consequences for Children’s Behavior
Problems
Holly S. Schindler
(Event 1-078) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-078. Multiple Socializers: Unique Effects of Maternal,
Paternal, and Peer Emotion Socialization
Chair: Rachel Lynn Miller
Discussant: Amy G Halberstadt
Maternal and Paternal Socialization of Children’s Sadness:
Links to Psychopathology and Social Functioning
Jennifer Ann Poon, Janice L Zeman
Children's Emotion Regulation and Internalizing Symptoms:
The Moderating Role of Parental Acceptance
Lindsey Bruett, Darcy Elizabeth Burgers, Deborah A. G.
Drabick, Maureen Reynolds
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
Context-Sensitive Reasoning About Inequality in Infancy: The
Cases of Just Rewards and Scarce Resources
Lin Bian, Stephanie Sloane, Renee Baillargeon
Children’s Developing Understanding of Legitimate Departures
From Egalitarian Distributions
Jana Johe, Marco F. H. Schmidt, Margarita L Svetlova,
Michael Tomasello
The Impartiality Account of Fairness
Alex W. Shaw, Kristina R Olson
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
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
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
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
(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
Development of Infant Hand-use Preferences and Their
Consequences
George F Michel
Manual Exploratory Selectivity, SES, and Salivary Cortisol in
Infants
Melissa Wechsler Clearfield
Postural Development and Relations to Communication in
Infants with vs. without Risk for ASD
Nina B Leezenbaum, Eve Sauer LeBarton, Jana M Iverson
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
1-082. Signature limits in implicit theory of mind: Evidence
for two systems of mindreading?
Chair: Hannes Rakoczy
Systems, models and signature limits: Theoretical aspects of
belief ascription
Stephen Butterfill
Converging evidence of signature limits on efficient belief-
tracking
Jason Low
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
Impact of deafness on executive function development
Anna Jones, Chloe Marshall, Nicola Botting, Joanna Atkinson,
Kathryn Mason, Gary Morgan
Individual differences in executive function are related to
school readiness in preschoolers’ with autism
Elizabeth Pellicano
The relation between executive functioning, processing speed,
naming speed and single word reading
David Messer, Lucy Henry, Gilly Nash
(Event 1-084) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 4 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-084. International Perspectives on Intergroup Relations
and Children’s Fair Treatment of Peers
Chair: Laura Elenbaas
Discussant: Elliot Turiel
Mitigation or Disapproval: Children’s Reactions to In-group
Aggressors
Andrew Robert Nesdale, Melanie A. Killen, Amanda Duffy
Evaluations of Peer Exclusion: The Role of Group Boundaries,
In-group Preference, and Empathy
Jochem Thijs
Perceptions of Race and Social Status Impact Children’s
Willingness to Rectify Social Inequalities
Laura Elenbaas, Melanie A. Killen
(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
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
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
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
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
Do Peer Interaction Networks Influence Teachers’ Classroom
Practices?
Kristen Granger, Olga Kornienko, Laura D Hanish, Richard A
Fabes, Carol L Martin
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
Teacher Perspectives on Managing Social Relationships and
Student Perceptions of Relatedness in the Elementary
Classroom
Kathleen M Zadzora, Summer Braun, Scott D. Gest
Effects of an Early Social-Behavioral Intervention on the
Student-Teacher Relationship
Andrea Molzhon, Elvira Barron-Rojas, James Algina, Kevin
Sutherland, Maureen Conroy
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(Event 1-087) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-087. Improving Social-Emotional Development through
Scaling Up Preschool Interventions
Chair: J. Lawrence Aber
Enriching Head Start to Promoting Social-Emotional
Development
Karen L Bierman
Targeting Teacher Practice & Classroom Climate via Social-
Emotional Preschool Interventions: Findings from Head Start
CARES
Shira Kolnik Mattera, Nina Castells, Pamela Morris
Improving the Social-Emotional Development of Children
through Preschool Interventions: Findings from Head Start
CARES
Pamela Morris, Shira Kolnik Mattera, Nina Castells
(Event 1-088) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-088. Looking to the Future: Episodic Prospection,
Planning, and Affective Forecasting
Chair: Christine A Coughlin
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
Validation of an Electric Maze as a Novel Planning Task
Kelly Will Sheppard, Carol L Cheatham
“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 1-089) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (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
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
Parenting Quality and Quantity: A Person-Centered Approach
to Black Married Fathers’ Paternal Involvement
Tamarie Macon
Cultural Variation in How Parents Support Children’s
Development of Prosocial Collaborative Initiative
Andrew D Coppens, Barbara Rogoff
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
(Event 1-090) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-090. Afterschool Programs as Contexts for Adolescent
Active Cultural Socialization: Challenges and
Opportunities
Chair: Reed W Larson
Discussant: Carola Suarez-Orozco
Latino Families’ Perspectives on Cultural Content in
Afterschool Programs: How Important is Ethnic and Cultural
Congruence?
Andrea Elaine Vest, Sandra Denise Simpkins
Exploring the Hybridity of Immigrant Youth Culture in an Arts
Program
Bic Ngo
‘Full-Right-In’ vs. Avoidance: Leaders Responses to Cultural
Challenges in Youth Programs
Vanessa Gutierrez, Reed W Larson, Mariela Fernandez,
Marcela Raffaelli
(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 1-092) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 12 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-092. Big data, little kids: Findings from novel large
datasets in developmental psychology
Chair: Kimberly Scott
Everyday objects: Discoveries about the structure of the
learning environment using head-cameras at home
Caitlin Fausey, Linda B Smith
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
Keeping up with child development: community-augmented
meta-analyses
Christina Bergmann, Sho Tsuji, Alejandrina Cristia
(Event 1-093) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-093. Common Principles of Cortical Reorganization in
Early Development
Chairs: Teresa Wilcox, John P Spencer
Cortical reorganization as a function of walking experience in
12 month old infants
Daniela Corbetta, Denise Friedman, Martha Ann Bell
Functional (re)organization of the ventral stream during the first
year
Teresa Wilcox
Reorganization of the frontal-parietal visual working memory
network underlies the accurate detection of sameness
John P Spencer, Aaron T. Buss, Nick Fox
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
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
(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
Review of the Uses of Technology to Support Early Childhood
Practice
Marc W Hernandez, Kathleen M. Dwyer, Elc Estrera
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
Using Cellular Phones to Enhance Parent Engagement in Home
Visiting Parenting Programs
Judith J Carta, Jennifer Elizabeth Burke Lefever, Kathryn
Bigelow, John G Borkowski
MyTeachingPartner Video Coaching: What We Have Learned
about Impacts and Teacher Engagement
Bridget K. Hamre, Robert C Pianta, Jason Downer, Jennifer
LoCasale-Crouch
(Event 1-096) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon C (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-096. The Developmental Origins of Script-like
Attachment Representations
Chair: Theodore Waters
Discussant: Matthew J. Dykas
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 Booth-
LaForce, Glenn I. Roisman
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
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
1-097. Genetic Pathways to Adolescent Externalizing and
Substance Misuse
Chair: Jenae M Neiderhiser
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
Polygenic-environment interactions: Trajectories of heavy
alcohol use from mid-adolescence to early adulthood
James J Li, Megan Cooke, Jessica Salvatore, Danielle Dick
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
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
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(Event 1-098) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon I (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-098. From Brain to Hand to Mouth: Neurocognitive
Correlates of Children’s Eating Behavior and Obesity
Chair: Lori A Francis
Discussant: Sandra Verbeken
Behavioral regulation moderates effect of food reward
sensitivity on eating in the absence of hunger (EAH) in school-
aged children
Brandi Rollins
Pediatric food decision neuroscience
Amanda Bruce, Seung-Lark Lim
Food intake self-regulation and familial obesity risk: behavior
and brain
Susan Carnell
(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
Coparenting and child social functioning in Chinese families:
The moderating role of child negative affect
Chun Bun Lam
Coparenting is More Than Coresidence: How Grandmother-
Mother Coparenting Influences Low-Income, Minority Children
Laura D Pittman, Emily E. Stewart, Andrew J. Flannery
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
Effortful Control Mediates the Link between Coparenting
Conflict and Academic Readiness for Children of Teen Mothers
Laudan B Jahromi, Katharine Zeiders, Adriana J. Umana-
Taylor, 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
Pink Airplanes: How Preschoolers Categorize and Reason about
Gender-Ambiguous Toys
Isabelle D Cherney
"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
Toys Marketed to Girls: A Path to STEM Engagement?
Emily F Coyle, Lynn S Liben
Full STEM Ahead: Positive Experience with Technology Toys
Increases Young Girls’ STEM Motivation
Allison Master, Adriana Moscatelli, Sapna Cheryan, Andrew N
Meltzoff
(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
Father Engagement and Maternal and Child Outcomes in a
Rural Early Head Start Program
Lori A Roggman, Sheila Anderson, Gina Cook
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
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
(Event 1-102) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm
1-102. The Great Recession: Associations with Family and
Child Outcomes
Chair: Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Discussant: Ariel Kalil
The Great Recession, Parenting, and 9-Year Old Children’s
Behavior Problems
William Joseph Schneider, Jane Waldfogel, Jeanne Brooks-
Gunn
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
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
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
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
Understanding Dimensions of Parenting in Low-Income
Mothers
Gina Cook, Lori A Roggman
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
1 Development of Attentional Control and its Implications on
Adjective Learning in 36 months old
Crystal Duc Tran, Hanako Yoshida
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
3 Attention as Longitudinal Predictor of Self-regulation
Maria Johansson, Carin Marciszko, Gunilla Bohlin
4 Measuring the Development of Self-Regulation: The Challenge
of Heterotypic Continuity
Isaac T. Petersen, Caroline P. Hoyniak, Maureen McQuillan,
John E Bates
5 Assessing Fidgeting, Distraction, and Inattention in the Context
of Three Pedestrian Training Programs
Rachel Smith, Jenni Beth Rouse, Jiabin Shen, David C
Schwebel
6 The Development of Selective Attention for Lexical Processing
Keith S Apfelbaum, Vladimir Sloutsky
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
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 Cross-
Cultural 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
Biological Processes
16 A developmental approach to long-distance connectivity and
interhemispheric communication
Ben Cipollini, Garrison Cottrell
17 Cortical Thickness and Childhood Aggressive Behavior
Sandra Thijssen, Ank Ringoot, Andrea Wildeboer, Marian J
Bakermans-Kranenburg, Henning Tiemeier, Marinus H. Van
IJzendoorn, Tonya White
18 Age-related changes in cortical thickness of the anterior insula
Ashley Smith, Laurence Steinberg, Jason Chein
19 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
21 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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Cognitive Processes
23 Children’s Judgments of Numbers in Context Reveal Their
Emerging Number Concepts
Michele Mazzocco, Yun-Chen Jenny Yun-Chen Chan, Taylor
Leigh Praus
24 Making something out of nothing: Children’s developing
understanding of zero
Yi Mou, Kristy vanMarle, Felicia W Chu, David C Geary
25 The acquisition of complex number words in English- and
Chinese-speaking children
Meghan Dale, Pierina Cheung, Mathieu Le Corre
26 Measuring conceptual change in mathematics: Could learning
about fractions provoke changes in children’s whole number
knowledge?
Pooja Gupta Sidney, Martha Wagner Alibali
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 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
30 "That's my blankie": Children's attachment to owned objects
Natalie S Davidson, Susan A Gelman
31 Experienced versus anticipated regret in children’s decision
making
Eimear O'Connor, Aidan Feeney, Teresa McCormack, Sarah
Beck
32 Decision-Making and the Development of Aggressive and Non-
Aggressive 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
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
36 Early social predictors of imaginary companion in young
children: longitudinal studies
Yusuke Moriguchi, Yasuhiro Kanakogi, Yuko Motoshima, Ikuko
Shinohara, Yuko Okumura, Shoji Itakura
37 Longitudinal patterns of change in children’s symbolic and non-
symbolic magnitude comparison judgment abilities
Cindy Chew, Robert A Reeve
38 Within-Subjects Measurement of Numerosity Discrimination in
Infants Using Eye-Tracking
Marcus Lindskog, Gustaf Gredebäck, Carin Marciszko, Ben
Kenward, Mari Fransson
39 Contiguity and Self-Explanations: Reducing Student
Misconceptions About Algebra
Dana Miller-Cotto, Julie L Booth
40 Infants’ abilities to update quantity representations across
multiple locations
Roman Feiman, Mariko Moher, Susan E Carey
41 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 The Role of Spatial Perspective-Taking Skills in Children’s
Gesture Use and Explanations of Astronomical Phenomena
Corinne Bower, Julia Plummer, Lynn S Liben
45 Autonomic Regulation and Inhibitory Control in Emotional and
Non-emotional Tasks
Jessie C. Kim, Sarah Kahle, Paul David Hastings
46 Religion and Self-Regulation
Stacey N Doan, Heimi Son, Angela Tseng
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
49 Children’s Play Development: New Observations and
Descriptions, with Translation to Assessment
Karin Lifter, Amanda Cannarella, Emanuel Mason
50 Exploring longitudinal patterns of stability and change in
relative developmental standing for children 12 - 60 months
Gwenden L Dueker, Candace Cowling
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
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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
54 Development of Categorization Preferences in Children with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Nora Miriam Isacoff, Mackenzie Stabile, Karin Stromswold
55 Contagious Itching, Laughing, and Yawning in Children with
ASD
molly shea helt
56 Pilot Study: Decreasing Negative Behaviors With Baby Doll
Circle Time
Mary Anne Ullery, Gina Samson, Jean Miazgowicz, Jennifer
Huffman
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 Adolescent Overt and Relational Bullying: Differential
Relations with Sexual Involvement
Andrew Vance Dane, Zopito A Marini, Anthony A Volk, Tracy
Vaillancourt
61 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
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 Protective role of maternal emotion awareness following dyadic
exposure to domestic violence
Emily Cohodes, Stephen H Chen, Alicia Lieberman
65 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
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
67 Temperamental differential susceptibility to family factors in
adolescent externalizing problems? A systematic review
Charlie Rioux, Natalie Castellanos Ryan, Sophie Parent, Jean
Richard Seguin
68 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 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 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
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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
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
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
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
89 Teacher Beliefs: The Link between Teacher Beliefs and the
Quality of Teacher-Child Interactions
Lauren Merkle Carter, Amanda P Williford
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
92 Adolescent Online Posting Behaviour - Are Private Messages
Always Private?
Rachel Baitz, Jennifer D Shapka
93 Differences in Access to and Opinions of Electronic
Educational Media by Parent Ethnicity and Education
Israel Flores, Molly Alysse Schlesinger, Rebekah A. Richert
94 Head Start Preschool Teacher Turnover: Which Factors Matter?
Michael Wells
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
99 Understanding the Dimensionality of Science Content
Knowledge and Scientific Reasoning Skill
Sarah L Lukowski, Stephen Anthony Petrill
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
Family Context & Processes
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
103 Caregiver Commitment in Foster Care and Group Care
Albert Lo, Caroline K. Pemberton Roben, Lee Raby, Carole
Shauffer, Mary Dozier
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
105 Who cares for your children during infancy matters: evidence
from Chile
Marigen Narea
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
107 Parent Preferences and Family Engagement in a Conduct
Problems Prevention Program
Yaliu He, Abigail Gewirtz, Susanne Lee, Nicole Morrell
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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
109 Coparenting and family emotional climate as predictors of
children’s externalizing symptoms
Sarah Elizabeth Murphy, Nancy Hazen, Deborah B Jacobvitz,
Martin Gallegos
110 Temperament, Sibling Relationships, Problem Behavior and
Social Competence: Dual Risk or Differential Susceptibility?
Kirsten Buist, Meike Slagt, Amaranta De Haan
111 Parental Attachment and Delinquency Among Chinese
Adolescents: How and When Parental Attachment Is a
Protective Factor
Zhenzhou Bao, Dongping Li, Wei Zhang
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
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
115 HIPPY Home Visiting: Effects on Mothers’ Parenting Skills
Molly Tucker, M. Angela Nievar, Laura Nathans
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
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
Health, Growth, Injury
119 Health-Related Quality of Life in Infants with Sickle Cell
Disease
Lauren M. Beverung, Christy Bemrich-Stolz, Sylvia Torres,
Julie A Panepinto
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
121 Maternal nonstandard work schedules and children’s physical
well-being: Evidence from the ECLS-B
Nina Smith, Danielle A Crosby
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
124 Go! Slow! Whoa!: Changing Nutritional Guidelines and
Character Branding on Food Products
Christina Sharkey, Sandra L Calvert
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
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
127 Maternal Emotional Distress and Infant Sleep Problems:
Concurrent and Prospective Links
Liat Tikotzky, Ella Volkovich, Avi Sadeh, Rachel Manber, GAL
MEIRI, Golan Shahar
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
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
Language, Communication
130 A New Method to Elicit Accounts from 4-5-Year-Olds:
Feasibility and Accuracy of the In My Shoes Computer-
Assisted Interview
Pär David Bokström, Karin Fängström, Rachel Calam, Anna
Sarkadi
131 A Link Between Young Readers’ Perceptual Sensitivity to Slow
Rhythmic Modulations, Phonological Awareness, and Brain
Function
Neelima Wagley, Margaret Ugolini, Ioulia Kovelman
132 Emergent Vocal-Motor Coordination in Pre-linguistic Infants
Sarah M Sanborn, Pamela Askar, James A Green
133 Home Literacy Environment and English Vocabulary
Knowledge of Preschoolers in Hong Kong
Carrie Lau, Nirmala Rao, Marie Ng
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
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136 SES Differences in Input on Mental State Verbs
Rachel Dudley, Meredith L. Rowe, Valentine Hacquard, Jeffrey
L Lidz
137 Children Attend to Whether Specific Elements Vary Across
Events While Learning Verbs
Jane B Childers, Tyler Howard, Gavin Fung, Clare Burch
138 The Relationship between African American English and
Expressive Language Skills in Children with and without
Language Impairments
Max Freeman, Megan Roberts
139 Compound Words Are Still Under Construction In Pre-School
Children
Poliana Gonçalves Barbosa, Elena Nicoladis
140 Is Speech Processing Efficiency Related to Learning Word-
Internal Statistical Regularities?
Abbie Thompson, Katharine M. Graf Estes, Jill Lany
141 Latino Caregivers' Language Sophistication: Influences on
Preschool-aged Children's Language Development
Javanna Obregon, Gigliana Melzi, Adina Schick, Skye Alvarez
142 Use of the Mutual Exclusivity bias in multidialectal toddlers.
samantha durrant, Claire Delle Luche, Caroline Floccia
143 The origins of rhotic preference natural or socially
constructed?
samantha durrant, Claire Delle Luche, Janette Chow, Kim
Plunkett, Caroline Floccia
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
146 Conceptual Factors in the Acquisition of Evidentiality
Ercenur Unal, Anna Papafragou
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
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
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
Moral Development
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
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
153 Chinese Children’s Fair Behavior in Allocation: From Equality
to Equity
Meng Zhang, Yinghe Chen
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
155 The impact of mindfulness-based training on parental empathy
and prosocial behavior in infancy.
Miranda Sitch, Michaela Boone Upshaw, Jessica A
Sommerville
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
Parenting & Parent-Child Relationships
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
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
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
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
161 Infants with selective attention biases at 6 months show
disorganized attachment at 12 months
Jaclyn Ludmer, Kevin C Runions, Leslie Atkinson
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
163 Maternal Attachment Styles and Math and Literacy Skills in
Middle Childhood: Exploring Mechanisms in a National
Sample
Erin O'Connor, Meghan Patricia McCormick
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
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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
166 Is Knowing Fetal Sex Associated with Fathers’ Prenatal
Involvement?
Theresa Settle, Lauren Altenburger, Claire M. Kamp Dush,
Sarah Jane Schoppe-Sullivan, Jason Sullivan
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
168 Mentalizing in Motion: Parental Embodied Mentalizing and
Children’s Socio-emotional and Cognitive Development
Dana McDevitt Shai, Jay Belsky
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
170 Whose Work is it Anyway?: The Relation of Helicopter
Parenting in an Academic Domain to College Students’ Well-
Being
Katie Limoncelli, Sarah Roundy, Zoe Sobel, Sally A. Theran
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
172 Parenting Practices and Youth Externalizing Behaviors: A
Short-Term Investigation of Directionality
Anne C Fletcher, Carol Anna Johnston
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
174 Behavioral Evidence of Mattering, Father-Adolescent
Relationships, and Adolescents’ Adjustment: Trends across
Time
Yookyung Lee, Jeff Cookston
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
176 Parenting Influence on Early Peer Relationships: An
Ethological Approach
Christine Romero, Melissa L Sturge-Apple, Patrick Davies,
Meredith J Martin, E. Mark Cummings
177 Perspectives From Latino Parent-Adolescent Dyads on Parental
Engagement in their Adolescents’ Out-of-School Programs
Lorraine Munoz, Marcela Raffaelli
178 Mother-Child Communication about Religion and Spirituality:
Description and Predictors of Spiritual Discourse
Chris J Boyatzis
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
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
181 Maternal ADHD and Oppositional Behavior Predict Parenting
Behavior
Robert Walker Miller, Dawn M. Gondoli, Christine M. Steeger,
Rebecca A Morrissey, Bradley S. Gibson
182 The Impact of Distraction and Chaos on Interaction Patterns
During Family Mealtimes
Jessica Jarick, Blake L. Jones, Barbara H Fiese
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
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
185 Impulsivity and Differential Susceptibility: Parenting
Moderates the Relationship Between Impulsivity and
Externalizing Problems
Joshua Ahles, Christian Mcclellan, Amy Mezulis
Perceptual, Sensory, Motor
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
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
188 Visual Information Generated During Action Facilitates 14-
Month-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
190 Development of Face Preference in Children at Low- and High-
Risk for Autism
Joshua Haworth, Klaus Libertus, Rebecca Landa
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
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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
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
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
196 A Comparison of American and Chinese Children’s Imitation of
Motion
Zhidan Wang, Rebecca A Williamson
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
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
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
200 Curricular and Pedagogical Experiences Predicting Children’s
Learning Self-Efficacy and Enjoyment in Preschool Classrooms
Rebekah Pierro, Jiayao Li, Linda Hestenes, Yudan Wang
201 Parental Math Experience and its Relation to Home Numeracy
Environment and Development of Preschoolers’ Early
Numeracy Skills
JinHee Hur, David James Purpura
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
203 Moderating Effects of Student-Teacher Relationship on
Executive Functioning and Academic Performance in
Preschoolers
Leanna Garb, Paulo A Graziano, Katie Hart
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
205 Conceptions of School Readiness among Mothers of Low-
Income Minority Preschoolers and the Relation to Mothering
Qualities
Dawn Yvette Brinkley, Margaret O''Brien Caughy, Margaret
Tresch Owen
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
207 Applications of Modern Measurement Theory to Measuring
School Readiness : An Empirical Demonstration
sira park
Sex, Gender
208 Teacher reinforcement and display of gender-stereotypic
activities in Head Start classrooms
Flora Farago, Kristen Granger
209 Do children expect a gender pay gap?
Shaina Coogan, Katherine McAuliffe, Yarrow C Dunham
210 The sexualized girl: The development of an expanded
(sexualized) gender stereotype
Ellen Audrey Stone, Christia Spears Brown, Jennifer Jewell
Social Cognition
211 The Added Value of “Hot” Tasks for Measuring Social-
Information 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
213 Mean? You get candy. Not mean? You get rotten onions. Three-
olds appease antisocial adults at the expense of neutral adults
Ben Kenward, Malin Eriksson, Karl Olsson
214 Investigating the Roots of Group Influence: Do Infants Follow
the Herd?
Sweta Anantharaman, Annette M E Henderson
215 Reflexive Orienting to Goal-Directed Actions by Children and
Adults
Alexis Barton, Bennett I Bertenthal
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
218 Avoiding Hasty Conclusions: Manipulating Informant
Expertise to Avoid Conceptual Entrenchment
Kelley Durkin, Asheley R Landrum, Patrick Savage, Marena
Eglian, Patrick Shafto
219 Infant brains discriminate gaze direction without conscious
awareness
Sarah Jessen, Tobias Grossmann
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
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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
222 What Makes 8- and 10-year-olds More Egocentric in
Referential Communication?
Jessica Wang, Muna Ali, Steven Frisson, Ian Antony Apperly
223 Young Children’s Understanding of False Belief: P3b
Responses to an Implicit False Belief Task
Samantha Drover, Mark Alan Sabbagh
224 The Development of Theory of Mind in Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing,
and Hearing Children
Christopher Stanzione, Amy R Lederberg, Lee Branum-Martin
225 Limits on children’s understanding of mental representations
using modified three-option false belief tasks
Christopher Gonzales, Annelise Pesch, William Fabricius
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
227 Emotionality Moderates the Link between Maternal
Responsiveness and Allostatic Load: Evidence for Differential
Susceptibility
Nadya Dich, Stacey N Doan, Gary W Evans
228 Preschoolers’ Empathy-Related Responding to Distress in
Social Partners
Hung-Chu Lin, Philip Richard, Michelle Grisham, Rebecca
Tacke, Jacob Amrose
229 Temperamental Surgency Predicts Later Adjustment Problems
in the Preschool Period
Melanie Rachael Klein, Liliana J. Lengua
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
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
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
234 School-aged Children’s Emotion Regulation Strategies: Links
to socioemotional and academic competence
Scott Paul Mirabile, Christine Kodluboy
235 Difficult Infancy Predicts Emotion Dysregulation and
Problematic Social Adjustment: An Investigation of Parenting
Behaviors
Hasmik Tokadjian, Sara R. Berzenski, Tuppett M. Yates
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
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
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
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
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 Relationships
241 Peer Victimization and Depression Over Time: The Moderating
Role of Overt/Physical and Relational Aggression
Amanda Krygsman, Heather L. Brittain, Tracy Vaillancourt
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
243 Understanding Cyberbullying and Cyber-victimization Through
a Quadripartite Motivation Typology
Michal Bak, Kevin C Runions
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
245 Substance Use as a Mediator of the Relationship Between
Parental Supervision and Dating Violence Victimization
Tammi Walker, N. Dickon Reppucci
246 Emotional Arousal during Narratives about Romantic
Relationship Conflict: Gender Differences and Relationship
Functioning
Candice Feiring, Christine Petit, Alexis Eckert, Izabela
Milaniak
247 Coping with Cyberbullying: Differences between Answers to
Hypothetical Scenarios and Reports on Experienced
Cybervictimization
Hana Machackova, Lenka Dedkova, Anna Sevcikova, Alena
Cerna
248 Trajectories of bullying and harassment experiences during the
transition to college
Jennifer M Wolff, Kathy Rospenda, Meredith A McGinley
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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
250 What Determines The Sibling Conflict Resolution Strategies of
Adolescents? Parents, Siblings, or Temperament?
Huri Gül Bayram Gülaçtı, Sibel Kazak KazakBerument
251 The Association Between Family Aggression History and
Physiological Coregulation in Dating Relationships
Adela C Timmons, Theodora Chaspari, Shrikanth Narayanan,
Gayla Margolin
252 Social Support Moderates the Association between Stress
Response and Cortisol Levels in Romantic Relationships in
Emerging Adults
Jenny Mai Phan
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
256 Observed climate in peer cliques and children’s well-being
Wendy E Ellis, Lynne Zarbatany, Xinyin Chen, Lisa Boyko,
Megan Peggy-Anne Kinal
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
259 Mother-Infant Face-to-Face Interactions Predict Later Social
Behavior in Infant Rhesus Monkeys
Amanda Dettmer, Stephen Suomi
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
(Event 1-105) Invited Conversation
Roundtable
Room 204C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
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
Panelist 1 - Heidi Keller, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus,
Osnabrück University, Germany
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.
Panelist 2 - Sara Harkness, University of Connecticut
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.
Panelist 3 - Kofi Marfo, Aga Khan University
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: 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.
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.
(Event 1-106) Invited Address
Grand Ballroom Salon H (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-106. Epigenetic Plasticity of the Developing Brain
Chair: Dante Cicchetti
Speaker: Frances Anne Champagne
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.
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.
(Event 1-107) Paper Symposium
Room 102A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
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
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
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
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
1-108. Rethinking the intergenerational transmission of
attachment: meta-analytic findings and new perspectives
Chairs: Carlo Schuengel, Marije L Verhage
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
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
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 1-109) Paper Symposium
Room 309/310 (Marriott, 3rd Floor)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-109. Strategic considerations or genuine concern?
Investigating the motivations underlying prosocial
behavior in preschoolers
Chair: Jan Engelmann
Do ut des: The development of future-oriented reciprocity
Felix Warneken, Carla Sebastian-Enesco
To See or Be Seen?: Motivations Underlying Generosity
Anne Fast, Sylvia A. Morelli, Jamil Zaki, Monica Cook,
Kristina R Olson
Young children do the right thing even if their peers do not
Jan Engelmann, Esther Herrmann, Michael Tomasello
Preschoolers generous sharing is influenced by prior experience
with proportional generosity
Nadia Chernyak, Bertilia Y. Trieu, Tamar Kushnir
(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
Early Perceptual Language Milestones in Preterm Infants:
Interpreting Data from Behavioral Tasks
Laura Bosch, Jorgina Solé, Thais Agut
Atypical speech processing by infants at risk for Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Jennifer Ference, Suzanne Curtin
Lack of preference for speech predicts language delay in
infants at elevated risk for autism
Athena Vouloumanos, Suzanne Curtin
Early Speech Perception in Infants with a Familial Risk of
Dyslexia
Elise de Bree, Annemarie Kerkhoff, Maartje de Klerk, Desiree
Capel, Frank Wijnen
(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
Childhood conception of mind and causality
Henry M. Wellman
From Aristotle to Kant: Children’s developing moral
philosophy
Christina Starmans
A working concept of knowledge?
Paul Harris
(Event 1-112) Paper Symposium
Room 104A (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-112. Sound Symbolism: New Insights into its Role in
Language Development
Chairs: Daphne Maurer, Mutsumi Imai
Arbitrariness and Systematicity in Vocabulary Structure
Morten H. Christiansen, Padraic Monaghan
Sensitivity to the Bouba Kiki Effect Arises Late in Dutch
Children: Evidence from Eye-tracking
Paula Fikkert, Lammertink Imme, Sho Tsuji
Developmental Change in Children’s Sensitivity to Sound
Symbolism
Laura L Namy, Christina Tzeng, Lynne Nygaard
Developmental Change in the Neural Response of Sound
Symbolism
Mutsumi Imai, Michiko Asano, Guillaume Thierry, Sotaro Kita,
Keiichi Kitajo, Hiroyuki Okada
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(Event 1-113) Federal Agency Symposium
Room 104B (Penn CC, 100)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-113. Investigating Early Childhood: Determining Your
Match with Agency Initiatives and Priorities, and
Available Datasets
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
Presentation 1b: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Agency Initiatives and Priorities
Belinda E Sims, Eve E. Reider
Presentation 1c: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Agency Initiatives and Priorities
James A Griffin
Presentation 2a: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Ivelisse M Martinez-Beck, Maria Woolverton, Ann C. Rivera
Presentation 2b: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Rosalind King
Presentation 2c: U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services: Available Datasets
Lindsey A Hutchison, Nina M Philipsen Hetzner
Presentation 3a: U.S. Department of Education: Agency
Initiatives and Priorities
Caroline M Ebanks
Presentation 3b: U.S. Department of Education: Agency
Initiatives and Priorities
Amy L Sussman
Presentation 4: U.S. Department of Education: Available
Datasets
Gail M. Mulligan
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 socio-
emotional 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.
(Event 1-114) Paper Symposium
Room 105B (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
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
Reading Ten Years On: Has Technology Made A Difference To
Deaf Children’s Literacy?
Margaret Harris, Emmanouela Terlektsi, Fiona Kyle, Emma
Corder
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
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
A Reading Intervention for DHH Students: Phonological
Awareness in Fingerspelling
Brenda Schick, Kathleen Sterwerf-Jackson, Nancy
Bridenbaugh, Amy R Lederberg
(Event 1-115) Paper Symposium
Room 106AB (Penn CC, 100 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-115. Making Sense of Self-Regulation: Results from
Programs to Improve the Control of Attention, Emotion,
and Executive Functions
Chair: Cybele Raver
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
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
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
Mapping the Executive Function Literature: Developing a
Framework to Organize Executive Function and Regulation-
Related 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
1-116. When Emotions run High and Deep: Adverse
Experiences, Parent-Child Interactions, and Emotion
Dialogue
Chair: Mathilde Overbeek
Discussant: David Oppenheim
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 St-
Onge, 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
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
Behavorial and Emotional Constructs of Parent-child
Interaction and Dialogue in IPV-exposed Children:
Associations with Outcomes
Mathilde Overbeek, Clasien De Schipper, Francien Lamers-
Winkelman, Carlo Schuengel
(Event 1-117) Paper Symposium
Room 201A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
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
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
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
(Event 1-118) Paper Symposium
Room 201B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-118. Person-Environment Interplay in Academic and
Cognitive Development
Chair: Zhe Wang
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
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
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
The Trivariate Interaction between Academic Motivation,
Achievement and Objective and Perceived Socio-economic
Status
Marghertia Malanchini, Kathy Filer, Elaine White, Alice Jones,
Yulia Kovas
(Event 1-119) Paper Symposium
Room 201C (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-119. Perceptual and Cognitive Long-term Sequelae of
Pre-term Birth
Chairs: Melissa E Libertus, Kerstin Hellgren
Visual and Cognitive Function in Extremely Prematurely Born
School-children
Kerstin Hellgren, Ulrika Aden, Eva Eklof, Lena Jacobson
Motion and Form Perception in Children Born Extremely Pre-
term
Mariagrazia Benassi, Roberto Bolzani, Kerstin Hellgren
Deficits in Mathematical Abilities and Approximate Number
System Acuity in Children Born Extremely Pre-term
Melissa E Libertus, Lea Forsman, Ulrika Aden, Kerstin
Hellgren
Spontaneous Movements During Preterm and Early Postterm
Age: A Marker for Cognitive Development?!
Christa Einspieler, Peter Marschik, Arend Bos
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(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
More than just convenient: The scientific merits of homogenous
convenience samples
Justin Jager, Ray Reichenberg, Diane Leach Putnick, Marc H
Bornstein
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
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
(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
Math Interest and Achievement: An Examination of the
Differential Returns on Social Network Resources
Jamaal Matthews, Brian Carolan
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
The Voice Project: Exploring Middle-Class Black Boys’
Experiences in School Using PhotoVoice
Chauncey Smith, Adrian Gale, Robert Jagers
(Event 1-122) Paper Symposium
Room 203A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-122. Theoretical Advancements in Research Linking
Parenting and Youth Civic Engagement
Chair: Laura Wray-Lake
The Roots of Engaged Citizenship: An Examination of Family
Developmental Relationships
Amy K. Syvertsen, Alyssa S. Meuwissen
Examining Parental Civic Socialization Practices and
Autonomy Support in Relation to Children and Adolescents’
Civic Engagement
Laura Wray-Lake, Amy K. Syvertsen, Aaron Metzger
Direct and Indirect Parental Influences on Adolescents’ Civic
Involvement
M. Loreto Martinez, Patricio E Cumsille
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
Reports of Racial Discrimination by a Diverse Sample of Low-
Income, Urban Youth
Theressa LaBarrie, Kathryn E Grant
Exposure to Racial Discrimination and its Emotional Effects
Among Urban African American Children of Mothers with
Depression
Rhonda Cherie Boyd, Shadiya Moss
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 1-124) Paper Symposium
Room 204A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-124. How Shall I Solve This Problem? Modeling and
Stimulating Strategy Use in Mathematics
Chair: Jan Boom
Discussant: Robert S Siegler
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
Sequential Modulations in Children during Strategy Selection
and Strategy Execution: A Study in Arithmetic
Patrick Lemaire
Perceptual Processes in Strategy Discovery
Martha Wagner Alibali
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(Event 1-125) Paper Symposium
Room 204B (Penn CC, 200 Level)
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
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
Family-Peer Incongruence in Cultural Socialization and
Adolescent Adjustment
Yijie Wang
When Being a Minority is Really a Minority:Effects of
Mismatch Between Adolescents’ Ethnic Representation in
School and in Courses
Sandra Graham, Kara Kogachi
Costs and Benefits of Not Fitting In: Mismatches with broader
school norms and adolescents’ well-being
Aprile D Benner, John E Schulenberg
(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 1-127) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 3 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-127. Mindful Parenting: Extending Mindfulness to
Parent-Child Relationships to Promote Well-Being and
Improve Family Functioning
Chair: Larissa G. Duncan
A Role for Mindfulness in Reducing Parenting Stress
April Lightcap, Dorianne Wright, Laura Noll, Heidemarie
Laurent
Parental Interpersonal Mindfulness as a Protective Factor
Against Postpartum Depression
Benjamin Nelson, Laura Noll, Dorianne Wright, Heidemarie
Laurent
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
Mindful Parenting in Mental Health Care: Effects on Parents
and Children
Susan M. Bögels, Esther de Bruin, Renee Meppelink
(Event 1-128) Paper Symposium
Room 401/402/403 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-128. Trajectories of Brain Development Underlying
Features of Autism in At-risk Infants
Chair: Meghan Swanson
Discussant: Joseph Piven
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
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
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 1-129) Paper Symposium
Room 407/408/409 (Marriott, Level 4)
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
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
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
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
Mothers and Strangers: The Influence of Familiarity on Gaze
Following and Label Learning
Ryan Barry, Rebecca Shields, Katharine M. Graf Estes, Susan
M Rivera
Salience and Social Cues in Early Word Learning
Daniel Yurovsky, Michael C. Frank
Selective Gaze Following Across the First Postnatal Year
Kristen Swan Tummeltshammer, David M Sobel, Natasha Zoe
Kirkham
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
(Event 1-131) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 1 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-131. A Closer Look at the Significance of Friendship in
the Lives of Adolescents
Chairs: Julie C Bowker, Jonathan Bruce Santo
Loneliness and Friendships Predicting Depressive Symptoms in
Adolescents with ASD
Ryan E Adams, Somer L. Bishop, Katherine Gotham, Catherine
Lord
Self-continuity is Correlated Among Friends and Moderates the
Association Between Peer Victimization and Depressed Affect
Jonathan Bruce Santo, William M Bukowski
How Perceived Inequalities in Popularity or Physical
Attractiveness Between Partners Contribute to Negative
Friendship Experiences
Jeffrey G Parker, Kristina L McDonald
An Application of the Cognitive-Diathesis Stress Model to
Friendship Dissolution
Julie C Bowker
(Event 1-132) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 2 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-132. From Research to Practice and Policy: Improving
Care for Vulnerable Children in Lower-Resource
Countries
Chair: Robert B McCall
Improving Institutional Care for Young Children: New Policies
in the Russian Federation
Rifkat J Muhamedrahimov
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
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
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 Non-
human Primates
Chair: Jasmine DeJesus
Every Rose has its Thorn: Comparing Strategies That Minimize
Dangers Posed by Plants in Human Infants and Non-human
Primates
Annie E Wertz
Children’s Behavioral Avoidance of Contagion
Vanessa LoBue, Katy-Ann Blacker, Megan Geerdts
Social Influences on Children’s Reasoning About Clean and
Contaminated Foods
Jasmine DeJesus, Kristin Shutts, Katherine D. Kinzler
Testimony About Disgust Leads Children to Blame Acts of
Environmental Degradation
Josh Rottman, Liane L. Young, Deb Kelemen
(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
Conduct Problems, Teacher-Student Relationships, and
Classroom Management: Differences Between China, Japan,
and the U.S.
George Bear, Dandan Chen, Lindsey Mantz, Chunyan Yang
Teachers’ Use of Classroom Management Strategies, Children’s
Social Goals, and Aggressive Behaviors in U.S. and China
Cixin Wang, Yan Li, Kavita Atwal
Parental Popularity Goal Set for Adolescents: Associations with
Adolescents’ Popularity Goal, Behaviors, and Popularity
Yan Li, Yunyi Long, Hui Zhou
Early Adolescent’s Popularity Goal: Influenced by the Peer
Group and Associated with Aggression
Molly Dawes, Hongling Xie
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(Event 1-135) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 5 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-135. Examining the Cascading Effects of SES on Health
Functioning and Development
Chair: Edward Berchick
Early Health Capital and Young Adults’ Socioeconomic
Attainment: An Investigation of Early Life Course
Jihyoung Kim, K.A.S Wickrama
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
Has in the income gradient in child health changed over birth
cohorts?
Edward Berchick
(Event 1-136) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 6 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-136. How Children Behave with Money: Spending,
Saving, and Market Mode Behavior
Chair: Craig E. Smith
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
Intelligence and Economic Knowledge Predict Saving in
Children from 7 to 9 Years of Age
Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Agata Gasiorowska
Affective Links to Spending and Saving Tendencies in
Childhood
Craig E. Smith, Scott I. Rick, Susan A Gelman, Margaret
Echelbarger
Developing Financial Capability
Charles Kalish, Anita Drever, Elizabeth Odders-White
(Event 1-137) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 7 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-137. More than Cortisol: Integrating Multiple
Physiological Measures to Better Understand Child
Development in Stressful Contexts
Chair: John Loughlin-Presnal
Cascading Effects of Income and Cumulative Risk on
Neurobiological Indicators of Self-regulation in Preschool-age
Children
Liliana J. Lengua
Integrating Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase: a Multi-Systemic,
Person-Centered Approach to Children’s Stress Reactivity
John Loughlin-Presnal, Martha E Wadsworth
Family Correlates of Cardiometabolic Risk in Low-Income,
Urban, African American Youth
Wendy Kliewer, Jo Lynne Robins, Alicia J Borre
The Interactive Contributions of Skin Conductance Level and
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia Reactivity to Children’s Emotion
Coping
Wesley Sanders, Jamie L Abaied, Caitlin Wagner
(Event 1-138) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 8 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-138. Diverse Perspective on Biological Pathways of
Prenatal Stress Exposures and Child Development
Chairs: Darlene A Kertes, Hayley Kamin
Prenatal Programming of Child Development: Mechanisms and
Pathways
Elysia Poggi Davis
Prenatal Maternal Stress Predicts Neonatal DNA Methylation of
HPA Axis Genes and Birth Weight
Darlene A Kertes
Prenatal Maternal Anxiety Alters Infant Immune Response
Thomas G O'Connor
The Effect of Prenatal Stress on Childhood Development:
Exploiting a Natural Experiment
Florencia Torche
(Event 1-139) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 9 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
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
Urban youth and civic engagement: The Chicago Teacher
Union strike and youth involvement
Resney Gugwor
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
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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(Event 1-140) Paper Symposium
Franklin Hall 10 (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
Unraveling the Link Between Working Memory and Classroom
Achievement
Debbora Hall, Chris Jarrold, John N Towse, Amy Zarandi,
Naomi Mackett
Why Does Working Memory Capacity Increase With
Childhood Development?
Nelson Cowan
The Impact of Consolidation on Children’s Working Memory
Performance
Donna M Bayliss, Chris Jarrold
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 1-142) 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
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
Links between Executive Function and Peer Stressors from
Early Childhood through Mid-Adolescence
Christopher Holmes, Jungmeen Kim-Spoon, Kirby Deater-
Deckard
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
(Event 1-143) Paper Session
Franklin Hall 13 (Marriott, Level 4)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-143. Language Development in Low-SES and Under-
Represented Populations
Chair: Roberta M Golinkoff
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
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
Parent Stress as a Mediator of the SES Language Gap
Samantha Ann Melvin, Jessica Calihan, Natalie Hiromi Brito,
Kimberly G Noble
The Longitudinal Efficacy of a Chinese Reading Intervention
on Vocabulary Development of Uyghur Children: A
Randomized Trial
Si Chen
(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 1-145) 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
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
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
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
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
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
A Hassle for Some: Does Resilience Protect Against Decreases
in Adolescents’ Happiness on Days with Hassles?
Bep Uink, Kathryn L. Modecki, Bonnie L. Barber
(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
Publicly-funded Center-Based Early Care and Education and
the School Readiness of Special Needs Children
Anna D Johnson, Deborah A Phillips
Impacts of Inclusive Preschool on Young Children With Special
Needs
Christina J Weiland
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 1-148) 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
Longitudinal Pathways Linking Exposure to Family Violence
with Adolescent Dating Violence
Sylvie Mrug, Anjana Madan, Michael Windle
Bullying, Sexual, and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early
to Late Adolescence
Dorothy Lynn Espelage, Sabina M Low, Carolyn Anderson,
Lisa De La Rue
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
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
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
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
The Effects of Florida’s Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program
on Children’s Early Elementary School Outcomes
Daphna Bassok, Luke C. Miller
(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
The Relevance of Context-Inappropriate Anger for Negative
Social Experiences in Preschool
Robin L Locke Arkerson, Alison Leslie Miller, Ronald Seifer,
Justin Heinze
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
Social Emotional and Language Development Trajectories of
Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children: Profiles and
Predictors
Eileen Twohy, Sandra Barrueco, Ben Benjamin Hinnant
(Event 1-151) Paper Symposium
Grand Ballroom Salon L (Marriott, Level 5)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-151. Online Measures of Word Comprehension Inform
Studies of Language Development
Chair: Jill Lany
Discussant: Bob McMurray
Non-Linearities in Word Comprehension Trajectories
Elika Bergelson, Daniel Swingley
Does Speech-Processing Efficiency Relate to Language
Learning Ability?
Jill Lany
Real-time Lexical Processing in Infancy is Associated with
Individual Categorical Knowledge
Arielle Borovsky, Erica Ellis, Julia Evans, Jeff Elman
(Event 1-152) Paper Symposium
Independence Ballroom 1 (Marriott, Level 3)
Thursday, 2:10pm-3:40pm
1-152. Examining the role of Paternal Influences on
Offspring Psychopathology
Chair: Gordon T Harold
Discussant: Michael E Lamb
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
(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
Differences in Internalizing among Children with Distinct Peer
Victimization Trajectories across 4th and 5th Grade
Julia Gram Humphrey, Becky Kochenderfer Ladd, Armando A.
Pina
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
Peer Exclusion and Girls’ internalizing Problems: The Role of
Pubertal Development
Rona Carter, Amira Halawah
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
Thursday, 3:50pm-5:05pm
(Event 1-154) Poster Session
Exhibit Hall A (Penn CC, 200 Level)
Thursday, 3:50pm-5:05pm
1-154. Poster Session 4
Attention, Learning, Memory
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 6-
and 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. Lillo-
Martin
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
10 The Immediate Effect of Mindfulness Tasks on Young
Children’s Executive Function
Katherine Boguszewski, Angeline Lillard
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
12 Can Adolescents Recall Verbally an Event They had
Experienced in Preschool?
Revital Tamari, Ora Aviezer
13 Individuation cues enhance visual-short-term memory at 6
months of age
Mirjam H Harrison, Heidi Baumgartner, Steven J Luck, Lisa M
Oakes
14 Pupil Size and Recognition Memory in Infants and Adults
Kahl Hellmer, Gustaf Gredebäck, Hedvig Söderlund
15 An Eye-Tracking Study of Infants’ Accumulation of Visual
Memories in Scenes
Sylvia Guillory, Zsuzsa Kaldy
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
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
18 Using fNIRS and preferential looking to examine the early
development of visual working memory
Lourdes Marielle Delgado Reyes, John P Spencer
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
20 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
21 Predicting Alcohol Use Trajectories from Adolescence to
Young Adulthood: Gene-Gene Interaction and Gene-
Environment Interaction
Jinni Su, Andrew Supple
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
23 Cumulative Risk and Salivary Alpha Amylase: sex Differences