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Ferretti Larissa K., Bub Kristen L., January, 2017
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Research Findings: Using data from 3,250 participants in the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort, we used structural equation modeling to investigate whether family routines (e.g., bedtime routine, reading routine) established in…
Sher-Censor Efrat, Khafi Tamar Y., Yates Tuppett M., November, 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Consistent with models of environmental sensitivity (Pluess, 2015), research suggests that the effects of parents' behaviors on child adjustment are stronger among children who struggle to regulate their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors compared…
McIntyre Laura Lee, Eckert Tanya L., Arbolino Lauren A., Reed Florence D. DiGennaro, Fiese Barbara H., May, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Research suggests that a large percentage of kindergarten children do not successfully transition to school (Rimm-Kaufman et al. 2000). As a result, a number of school transition initiatives have been developed by educators and policy makers to…
McIntyre Laura Lee, Eckert Tanya L., Fiese Barbara H., Reed Florence D. DiGennaro, Wildenger Leah K., 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of parental concerns with regards to their children's transitions to kindergarten between populations of parents of 29 special education students and 103 general education students attending public preschool in an urban school district
Eckert Tanya L., McIntyre Laura Lee, DiGennaro Florence D., Arbolino Lauren A., Perry Lorraine J., Begeny John C., 2008
Literature Review
Although the importance of providing positive early childhood learning experiences has been well-documented, recent findings suggest that many typically developing children do not successfully transition to kindergarten. A number of school…
Entwisle Doris R., Alexander Karl L., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study on the transition to the first grade and its importance using data from the Beginning School Study