ADP Students’ Presentations and Publications

Recent Presentations as of February 2022

 

2020-2021

  • DeWyngaert, L. U., Baker, L., Baysal, C., Herrin, S., Ihgebe, C., Javier, I., Kingston, W., & Kontchou, K. (2020, August). Individual differences in college students’ processing of apparently contradictory text. Poster presented at APA, Washington, D.C.
  • Thompson, J., & Sonnenschein, S. (2020, August). High school math course enrollment among strong math ability students: Motivation, and context. Poster presented at APA, Washington, D.C.
  • Balkaya-Ince, M., Cheah, C, Gursoy, H. (2020, September). Time varying associations between maternal religious socialization and Muslim American adolescents’ religious Identity. Paper presented at the AMENA-Psy Virtual Conference.
  • Aquino, A. K., Jehl, B., Schultz, D., Moran, S. A., Groth, E. C., Wiprovnick, A. E., & DiClemente, C., (2020, November). Collaboration to support the needs of substance-exposed newborns and their mothers: Evaluation of a training for home visitors, child welfare staff, and early interventionists. Poster presented at The National Research Conference on Early Childhood (NRCEC) 2020 virtual conference.
  • Telfer, N. , Singh, R., Domingo, M. R., Wideman, R., Watkins-Lewis, K., & Maton, K. I. (2020, December) The relationship of racial climate, sense of community, and science self-efficacy among African American female undergraduate students in STEM. Symposium presented at the Understanding Interventions Virtual Conference.
  • Jehl, B., Aquino, A. K., & Schultz, D. (2021, February). Adapting home visitor professional development to a pandemic. Lightning talk presented at Start Early’s National Home Visiting Summit, virtual.
  • Telfer, N.A., Domingo, M. R., & Maton, K. I. (2021 March). The retention of women of color in STEM undergraduate programs: Examining the roles of classroom diversity and social challenges on campus. Symposium presented at the Eastern Psychological Association virtual conference.
  • Telfer, N.A. & Jumarali, S. (2021, March). Journeying to justice and liberation: A community building & radical self-care workshop for graduate students of color. Workshop conducted at the Association for Women in Psychology virtual conference.
  • Gay, B., Sonnenschein, S., & Rowan, M. (2021, April). The evaluation of a staff-led early literacy intervention at six WIC clinics. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Galczyk, S., Sonnenschein, S., Brock, A., & Simons, C. (2021, April). Urban English-speaking and Spanish-speaking first and second graders’ home literacy environments. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Stites, M., Sonnenschein, S., & Galczyk, S. (2021, April). Preschool teachers struggle with distance learning during COVID-19. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Galczyk, S., Sonnenschein, S., & Stites, M. (2021, April). Difficulties parents of preschoolers experience with distance learning during COVID-19. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Ren, H., Cheah, S. L., Wang, S., Cho, H. S., Zong, X., & Wang, C. (2021, April). Age-varying associations between Chinese American parents’ racial-ethnic socialization and children’s difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic. Symposium paper presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Ren, H., Cheah, & Liu, J. (2021, April). The cost and benefit of fear induction parenting on children’s health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Symposium paper presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Ren, H., Cheah, & Liu, J. (2021, April). Age-Varying Associations between Psychologically Controlling Parenting, Children’s Cognitive Appraisal, and Children’s Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Families. Symposium paper  presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Cheah, S. L., Ren, H., Zong, X., Wang, S., Cho, H. S., & Xue, X. (2021, April). Chinese American Parents’ Racial-Ethnic Socialization Profiles during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Symposium paper presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Wang, S., Zong, X., Yu, J., Cheah, C. S. L., & Hart, C. H. (2021, April). General versus parenting stress and Chinese immigrant preschoolers’ adjustment: The mediating roles of parenting practices.Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Wang, S., Cheah, C. S. L., & Vu, K. T. T. (2021, April). Child shyness and maternal warmth interact to predict Chinese immigrant preschoolers’ self-regulation. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Xue, X., Aquino, A. K., Hart, C. H., & Cheah, C. S. L. (2021, April). Racial discrimination and Chinese American mothers’ psychologically controlling parenting practices: A moderated mediation analysis. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Xue, X., Yu, J., Hart, C.H., & Cheah, C. S. L. (2021, April). Longitudinal bidirectional associations between Chinese American mothers’ overprotective parenting and children’s reticence and peer rejection. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Cho, H. S., Cheah, C. S. L., Zong, X., Ren, H., Gursoy, H., & Schmidt, C. (2021, April). COVID-19 online racial discrimination and Chinese-American youth’s anxiety: The moderating role of ethnic-racial identity. Symposium paper presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Cho, H. S., Qzai, O., Zhang, B., Hart, C., & Cheah, C. S. L. (2021, April). Korean-immigrant mothers’ depression and children’s adjustment difficulties: The mediating and moderating role of family relationships. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Park, H. J., Cho, H. S., Cheah, C. S. L. (2021, April). Contributions of parental control and self-regulation skills to Korean American children’s behavioral outcomes. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Gursoy, H., Balkaya-Ince, M.,& Cheah, C. (2021, April). Parental promotion of volitional functioning and Muslim-American adolescents’ character development: The mediating role of religiosity. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Schmidt, C., Balkaya-Ince, M., Gursoy, H., & Cheah, C. S.L. (2021, April). Sense of community promotes psychological well-being and civic responsibility through Muslim-American adolescents’ social identities. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Zhang, B., Cheah, C. S. L., & Zong, X. (2021, April). Racial discrimination and adolescents’ externalizing problems during COVID-19: Parental ethnic-racial socialization practices as moderators.Symposium paper presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Barman, S., Elliott, D., Zhang, B., & Cheah, C. S. L. (2021, April). Maternal psychological control moderates the relations between appearance-related peer pressures, controlled regulation, and restrained eating. Poster presented at SRCD, virtual.
  • Gay, B., Scott, T., Crowley, D. M., Dymnicki, A., Scott, M. E., & Supplee, L. (2021, June 2-4). Leveraging implementation science to bridge prevention research and policy [Roundtable discussion]. Society for Prevention Research’s Virtual Annual Meeting.

 

2021-2022

  • Galczk, S., Stites, M., Grossman, J.A., & Sonnenschein, S. (2021, August). Where are my child’s special education services during COVID-19? Poster presented at APA virtual.
  • Kaur, F., & Godwin, K. E. (2021). Examining Decay of Attention. Graduate Student Research Symposium, Maryland Psychological Association and DC Psychological Association.
  • Sansbury, A.B, & Telfer, N.A. (2021 September). Black parent voices: Resilience in the face of the Two pandemics—COVID-19 and racism. Symposium presented at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) virtual conference.
  • Kaur, F., Sonnenschein, S., & Godwin, K. (2022, February). Learning in a pandemic: Parents’ perspectives on children’s virtual learning. Poster presented at Society for Research in Human Development, virtual.
  • Gursoy, H., Schmidt, C., & Cheah, C. (2022, March). Perceived Islamophobia and Muslim-American Adolescents’ Adjustment: The Mediating Role of Multiple Group Identities. Poster to be presented at SRA, New Orleans.
  • Sonnenschein, , Nam, J.H., Turner, Sarah, R., Galczyk, S.H., & Placide, D.C. (2022, March). Factors affecting first-generation and non-first generation college students during COVID-19. Paper to be presented in C.R. Starr (Chair) First Generation Students’ Strengths to Promote Academic and STEM Motivation. SRA, New Orleans.
  • Schmidt, C. Cho, H.S., & Cheah, C.S.L. (March, 2022). A Balancing Act: Chinese American Adolescents’ and Parents’ Bicultural Identity Integration during the COVID-19 pandemic.Poster to be presented at SRA, New Orleans.
  • Telfer, N.A., & Domingo, M. R. (2022, March). Campus inclusion, social harms, and academic performance among undergraduate URM women in STEM. Poster will be presented at the Association for Women in Psychology in Chicago, IL
  • Placide, D.C., Turner, S., Nam, J., Gacyck, S.H., Khordandian, J., & Sonnenschein, S. (2022, March). Effects of COVID-19 on college students’ academic success. Poster to be presented at EPA, NYC.
  • Kuar, F., Sonnenschein, S., & Godwin, K. (2022, April). Learning during a pandemic: Teachers’ and parents’ perspectives. Poster to be presented at Cognitive Development Society, Madison, WI.
  • Zhang, B., Cheah, C. S. L., & Ren, H. (2022, May). Cultural Socialization and Chinese American Youth Civic Engagement: The Role of Youth Racial-Ethnic Identity. Poster to be presented at the SRCD Special Topic Meeting: Construction of the ‘Other’: Development, Consequences, and Applied Implications of Racism, Prejudice, and Discrimination, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, United States.

 

Recent Publications and Program Evaluations

Journal Articles

  • Sonnenschein, S., Metzger, S.R., Dowling, R., & Baker, L. (2017). The relative importance of English vs. Spanish language skills for low oncome Latino English language learners’ early language and literacy development. Early Child Development and Care, 187 (3-4), 727-743. DOI: 10.1080/03004430.2016.1219854. (reprinted in: R. Evans, & O. N. Saracho (Eds). (2018) Research in Young Children’s Literacy and Language Development. NY: Routledge, ISBN: 978-1-138-09109-2
  • Seo, Y. J., Cheah, C. S. L., & Hart, C. H. (2017). Korean immigrant mothers’ praise and encouragement, acculturation, and their children’s socioemotional and behavioral difficulties. Parenting: Science and Practice, 17, 143-155.
  • Schultz, D., Groth, E., Vanderwalde, H., Shannon, K., Shuttlesworth, M., & Shanty, L. (2017). Assessment of hostile and benign intent attributions in early childhood: Can we elicit meaningful information? Social Development.
  • Shen, J., & Dennis, J. M. (2017). The family context of language brokering among Latino/a young adults. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. doi: 0265407517721379.
  • Becraft, J. L., Borrero, J. C., Mendres-Smith, A.E., & Castillo, M. I.(2017). Decreasing excessive bids for attention in a simulated early education classroom. Journal of Behavioral Education, 26, 371-393. doi: 10.1007/s10864-017-9275-6
  • Hagopian, L. P., & Frank-Crawford, M. A. (2017). Classification of self-injurious behaviour across the continuum of relative environmental-biological influence. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Advance online publication.
  • Skinner, O.D., Wood, D., McHale, S.M., & Telfer, N.A. (2018). Gendered personality qualities and African American adolescents’ academic functioning. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1-12. https://doi:10.1007/s10964-018-0919-1
  • Seo, Y. J., Cheah, C. S. L., Bayram Özdemir, S. Hart, C. H., Leung, C. Y. Y., & Sun, S. (2018). The mediating role of Korean immigrant mothers’ psychological well-being in the associations between social support and authoritarian parenting style. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27, 979-989.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10826-017-0936-9
  • Lieving, G. A., DeLeon, I. G., Carreau-Webster, A. B., Frank-Crawford, M. A., & Triggs, M. M. (2018). Additional free reinforcers increase persistence of problem behavior in a clinical context: A partial replication of laboratory findings.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 109, 253-264.
  • Frank-Crawford, M. A., Castillo, M. I., & DeLeon, I. D. (2018). Does preference rank predict substitution for the reinforcer for problem behavior? A behavioral economic analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 51, 276-282.
  • Schultz, D., Jones, S. S., Pinder, W. M., Wiprovnick, A. E., Groth, E. C., Shanty, L. M., & Duggan, A. (2018). Effective home visiting training: Key principles and findings to guide training developers and evaluators. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 22, 1563‐
  • Rosser, T. C., Edgin, J. O., Capone, G.T., Hamilton, D., Allen, E. G., Dooley, K. J.,…Frank-Crawford, M. A., … Sherman, S. L. (2018). Associations between medical history, cognition, and behavior in youth with Down syndrome: A report from the Down Syndrome Cognition Project. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 123, 514-528. doi: 10.1352/1944-7558-123.6.514
  • DeLeon, I. G., Hursh, S. R., Frank-Crawford, M. A., Carreau-Webster, A. B., Miller, J. R., & Bullock, C. E. (accepted pending revision). Behavioral economics in intellectual disabilities: Demand elasticity as a function of effort, delay, and reinforcer similarity. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.
  • Becraft, J. L., Borrero, J. C., Davis, B. J., Mendres-Smith, A.E., & Castillo, M. I. (2018). The role of signals in two variations of differential-reinforcement-of-low-ratep Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 51, 3-24.
  • Castillo, M. I., Clark, D. R., Schaller, E. A., Donaldson, J. M, Deleon, I. G., Kahng, S. (2018). Descriptive assessment of problem behavior during transitions of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 51, 99-117.
  • Zong, X., Zhang, L., & Yao, M. (2018). Parental involvement and Chinese elementary students’ achievement goals: The moderating role of parenting style. Educational Studies, 44, 341-356.
  • Shen, J. J., Cheah, C. S. L., & Yu, J. (2018). Asian American and European American emerging adults’ perceived parenting styles and self-regulation ability. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 9(2), 140-148.
  • Balkaya, M., Cheah, C. S. L., Yu, J., Hart, C. H., & Sun, S. (2018). Maternal encouragement of modest behavior, temperamental shyness, and anxious withdrawal linkages to Chinese American children’s social adjustment: A moderated mediation analysis. Social Development, 27, 876-890.
  • Vu, K. T. T., Cheah, C. S. L., Zhou, N., Leung, C. Y. Y., Li, J., & Yamamoto, Y. (2018). When European American and Chinese American mothers express warmth and control. Parenting: Science and Practice, 18, 262-280.
  • Zong, X., Zhang, L., & Yao, M. (2018). Parental involvement and Chinese elementary students’ achievement goals. The moderating role of parenting style. Educational Studies, 44, 341-356.
  • Seo, Y. J., Sun, S., & Cheah, C. S. L. (2019). Confirming the multidimensionality of psychological well-being among Korean immigrant mothers in the U.S. International Journal of Mental Health, 48, 40-61.
  • Frank-Crawford, M. A., Borrero, J. C., Newcomb, E. T., Chen, T., & Schmidt, J. D. (2019). Preference for and efficacy of accumulated and distributed response-reinforcer arrangements during skill acquisition. Journal of Behavioral Education, 28, 227-257.
  • Vu, K. T. T., Castro, K. M., Cheah. C. S. L., & Yu, J. (2019). Mediating and moderating processes in the association between Chinese immigrant mothers’ acculturation and parenting styles. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 10, 307-315.
  • Schultz,D., Schacht, R.L., Shanty, L., Dahlquist, L.M., Barry, R.A., Wiprovnick, A.E., Groth, E.C., Gaultney, W.M., Hunter, B.A., & DiClemente, C.C. (2019). The development and evaluation of a statewide training center for home visitors and supervisors. American Journal of Community Psychology.
  • Zong, X., Cheah, C.S.L., Yu, J., Lim, H.J., Vu, K.T.T., & Opara, N. (2019). Identify synthesis as a pathway linking parenting and emerging adults’ internalizing problems. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28, 1029-1041.
  • Shanty, L., Dowling, R., Sonnenschein, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2019).
  • Evaluation of an early language and literacy program for parents of Infants in the NICU. Journal of Neonatology Nursing, 38(4), 207-216.
  • Metzger, S.R., Sonnenschein, S., & Galindo, C. (2019). Elementary-age children’s conceptions about math utility and their home-based math engagement. Journal of Educational Research, 12, 431-449. DOI: 10.1080/00220671.2018.1547961
  • Balkaya, M., Cheah, C. S. L., & Tahseen, M. (2019). The mediating role of multiple group identities in the relations between religious discrimination and Muslim‐American adolescents’ adjustment. Journal of Social Issues75(2), 538–567. https://doi.org/10.1111/josi.12326
  • Shen, J. J., Cheah, C. S., & Leung, C. Y. (2019). The long-term socialization goals of Chinese and Korean immigrant mothers in the United States. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1-9. doi:10.1007/s10826-019-01652-w
  • Cheah, C. S. L., Kaputsos, S., Mandalapu, V., Tran, T., Barman, S., Jung, S., Vu, K. T. T., Masterson, T. D., Zuber, R., Boot, L., & Gong, J. (2019). Neurophysiological variations in food decision-making within virtual and real environments. In the 2019 IEEE-EMBS International Conference Proceedings on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI).
  • Murphy, T.P., McCurdy, K., Jehl, B., Rowan, M., & Larrimore, K. (2019). Jealousy behaviors in early childhood: Associations with attachment and temperament. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 1-7.
  • Vu, K. T. T., C. S. L., Sun, S., Zhou, N., & Xue, X. (2019). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Child Feeding Questionnaire and Asian cultural feeding among U.S. Chinese immigrant families of preschool children. Child: Care, Health & Development, 1-9. doi: 10.1111/cch.12715
  • Vu, K. T. T., Seo, Y. J., & Hussey-Gardner, B. T. (2019). Parents and early childhood professionals want a website on torticollis. Research in Pediatrics and Neonatology, 3, 278-286. doi: 10.31031/RPN.2019.03.000575
  • Channell, M. M., Hahn, L. J., Rosser, T. C., Hamilton, D., Frank-Crawford, M. A., Capone, G. T., …& Down Syndrome Cognition Project. (2019). Characteristics associated with autism spectrum disorder risk in individuals with Down syndrome. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities 49, 3543-3556. doi: 10.1007/s10803-019-04074-1
  • Cartwright, K.B., Lee, S.A., Taboada Barber, A., DeWyngaert, L.U., Lane, A.B., & Singleton, T. (2019). Contributions of executive function and cognitive intrinsic motivation to university students’ reading comprehension. Reading Research Quarterly.
  • Murphy, T. P., McCurdy, K., Jehl, B., Rowan, M., & Larrimore, K. (2019). Jealousy behaviors, in early childhood: Associations with attachment and temperament. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 1-7.
  • Ren, H., Sun, S., & Cheah, C. S. L., Sang, B., & Liu, J., (2019). Confirmatory factor analyses of the Parent Attributions Questionnaire in Asian American mothers. International Journal for the Study of Behavioral Development, 43, 185-193.
  • Ren, H., Cheah, C. S. L., Sang, B., & Liu, J. (2019). Maternal attribution and Chinese immigrant children’s social skills: The mediating role of authoritative parenting practices. Parenting: Science and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/15295192.2019.1694834
  • Hagopian, L. P., Frank-Crawford, M. A., Javed, N., Fisher, A. B., Dillon, C. M., & Rooker, G. W. (2019). An augmented competing stimulus assessment. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Dowling, R., Shanty, L., Sonnenschein, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2020). Talking, reading, singing, and rhyming: Tips for fostering early literacy at home. NAEYC YC, 75(3), 79-83.  
  • Ren, H., Cheah, C. S., Tahseen, M., & Zhou, N. (2020). A person-centered examination of acculturation and psychological functioning among Chinese and Korean immigrant mothers in the United States. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/cdp0000430
  • Crowley, D. M., Scott, J. T., Long, E. C., Green, L., Israel, A., Supplee, L., Jordan, E., Oliver, K., Guillot-Wright, S., Gay, B., Storace, R., Torres-Mackie, N., Murphy, Y., Donnay, S., Reardanz, J., Smith, R., McGuire, K., Baker, E., Antonopoulos, A., … Giray, C. (2021). Lawmakers’ use of scientific evidence can be improved. PNAS, 118(9), e2012955118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2012955118.
  • Ren, H., He, X., Bian, X., Shang, X., & Liu, J. (2020). The protective roles of exercise and maintenance of daily living routines for Chinese adolescents during the COVID-19 quarantine period. Journal of Adolescent Health. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jadohealth.2020.09.026
  • Balkaya-Ince, M., Cheah, C. S. L., Kiang, L., & Tahseen, M. (2020). Exploring daily mediating pathways of religious identity in the associations between maternal religious socialization and Muslim American adolescents’ civic engagement. Developmental Psychology, 56(8), 1446–1457. https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0000856
  • Mendres-Smith, A. E., Borrero, J. C., Castillo, M. I., Davis, B. J., Becraft, J. L., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2020). Tummy time without the tears: The impact of parent positioning and play. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
  • Seo, Y. J., Cheah, C. S. L., & Cho, H. S. (2020). The gender ideology of “Wise Mother and Good Wife” and Korean immigrant women’s adjustment in the U.S. Nursing Inquiry, 27, e12357. https://doi.org/10.1111/nin.12357
  • Cheah, C. S. L., Barman, S., Vu. K. T. T., Jung, S., Mandalapu, V., Masterson, T., Zuber, R., Boot, L., & Gong, J. (2020). Validation of a virtual reality buffet environment to assess food selection processes among emerging adults. Appetite, 153, 1. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2020.104741
  • Cheah, C. S. L., Wang, C., Ren, H., Zong, X., Cho, H. S., & Xue, X., (2020). COVID-19 racism and mental health in Chinese American families. Pediatrics, Nov 146 (5). https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2020/08/28/peds.2020-021816
  • Stites, M., Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Gay, B. (2021). Mathematics learning opportunities in preschool: Where does the classroom library fit in? Special issue of Early Education and Development.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stites, M., & Dowling, R. (2021). Learning at home: What preschool parents do and what they want to learn from their children’s teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 32(1), 66-81. Recommended and abstracted in https://www.mathsthroughstories.org/research-articles
  • Gay, B., Sonnenschein, S., Baker, L., & Sun, S. (2021). Poverty, parent involvement, and children’s reading skills: Testing the compensatory effect of the amount of classroom reading instruction. Early Education and Development.
  • Diamant-Cohen, B., Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., Shanty, L, Hoge, P., Henschel, B., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2021). Make Way for Goslings: The Importance of collaboration. Children’s Voice, Special Issue on University -Community Partnerships, 29 (2), 24-26.
  • Cheah, C. S. L., Gursoy, H., & Balkaya-Ince, M. (2021). Parenting and Social Identity Contributors to Character Development in Muslim American Adolescents. International Journal of Intercultural Relations.81,68-78, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2021.01.002
  • Cho, H. S., Cheah, C. S. L., Vu, K. T. T., Selçuk, B., Yavuz, H. M., Şen, H. H., & Park, S. Y. (2021). Culturally shared and unique meanings and expressions of maternal control across four cultures. Developmental Psychology, 57(2), 284–301. https://doi.org/10.1037/dev0001136
  • Gao, D., Hart, C. H., Cheah, C. S. L., Balkaya-Ince, M., Vu, K T.T., & Liu, J. (in press). Chinese American children’s temperamental shyness and responses to peer victimization as moderated by maternal praise. Journal of Family Psychology.
  • Crowley, D. M., Scott, J. T., Oliver, K., Long, E. C., Green, L., Israel, A., Supplee, L., Jordan, E., Guillot-Wright, S., Gay, B., Storace, R., Torres-Mackie, N., Murphy, Y., Donnay, S., Reardanz, J., Smith, R., Baker, E., McGuire, K., Antonopoulos, A., … Giray, C. (2021). Lawmakers’ use of scientific evidence can be improved: Randomized controlled trial of the 116th US Congress. PNAS, 118(9), e2012955118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2012955118
  • Long, E. C., Smith, R. L., Scott, J. T., Gay, B., Giray, C., Storace, R., Guillot-Wright, S., & Crowley, D. M. (2021). A new measure to understand the role of science in US Congress: Lessons learned from the Legislative Use of Research Survey (LURS). Evidence & Policy.
  • DiClemente, C. C., Wiprovnick, A., Moran, S., Groth, E., Schacht, R., Schultz, D., Aquino, A. K., & Jehl, B. (2021). Cross agency training to promote integrated care for substance exposed newborns. Journal of Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, & Substance Dependence, 7(1), 1-9.
  • Godwin, K. E, & Kaur, F. (2021). The Decorated Learning Environment: Simply Noise or an Opportunity for Incidental Learning? Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (2087-2093).
  • Sun, S., Else-Quest N. M., Hodges, L. C., French, A., & Dowling, R. (in press). The effects of ALEKS on mathematics learning in k-12 and higher education: A meta-analysis.Investigations in Mathematics Learning. 
  • Crowley, D. M., Scott, J. T., Long, E. C., Green, L., Giray, C., Gay, B., Israel, A., Storace, R., McCauley, M., & Donovan, M. (in press). Cultivating researcher-policymaker partnerships: A randomized controlled trial of a model for supporting public psychologists. American Psychologist.
  • Stites, M.L., Sonnenschein, S., & Galczyk, S.H. (2021). Preschool parents’ views of distance learning during COVID-19. Early Education and Development,32(7), 923-939.
  • Stites, M.L., Sonnenschein, S., Chen, Y., Imai-Matsumura, K., & Gürsoy, H. (2021). Facilitating preschool children’s mathematics development in China, Japan, and the United States: Is the classroom library considered? Education Sciences, 11, 792.
  • Iruka I. U., Durden T. R., Gardner-Neblett N., Ibekwe-Okafor N., Sansbury A., & Telfer N. A. (2021). Attending to the adversity of racism against young Black children. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8,175-182. https://doi10.1177/23727322211029313
  • Acquino, A.K., & David A. Schultz, D.A.(2022) ‘Our work is to be there’: understanding Latinx immigrant family, friend, and neighbour childcare providers’ motivations, needs, and experiences, Early Child Development and Care, DOI: 1080/03004430.2021.2025052
  • Cheah, C. S. L., Zong, X., Cho, H. S., Ren, H., Wang, S., , X., & Wang, C. (In press). Chinese American adolescents’ experiences of COVID-19 racial discrimination: Risk and protective factors for internalizing difficulties. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.

 

Book Chapters

  • Sonnenschein, S., & Dowling, R. (2016). Language comprehension. In E. Stocks (Ed.), Foundations of Psychology. Gale.
  • Cheah, C.S.L., Zhou, N., Leung, C.Y.Y., & Vu, K.T.T. (2018). Why and how U.S. Chinese immigrant mothers engage in parenting control and the role of their acculturation. In S.S. Chuang, & C. Costigan (Eds.), Parental roles and relationships in immigrant families: An international approach. Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Galindo, C., Simons, C.L., Metzger, S.R., Thompson, J.A., & Chung, M. (2018). How do children learn mathematics? Chinese and Latina immigrant perspectives. In S.S. Chuang, & C.L. Costigan (Eds.), Parental roles and relationships in immigrant families: An international approach (pp.111-128). New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Else-Quest, N. M., & Hamilton, V. (2018).  Measurement and analysis of nation-level gender equity in the psychology of women.  In C. B. Travis & J. W. White (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Women. American Psychological Association.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Metzger, S., & Gay, B. (2018). Concerted cultivation among low-Income Black and Latino families. In Sonnenschein, S., & Sawyer, B. E. (Eds.). Academic Socialization of Young Black and Latino Children: Building on Family Strengths (pp.39-60). Springer.
  • Baker, L., & DeWyngaert, L. (2018). Academic socialization in the homes of Black and Latino preschool children: Research findings and future directions. In Sonnenschein, S., & Sawyer, B. E. (Eds.) Academic socialization of young Black and Latino children: Building on family strengths (pp.233-255). Springer.
  • Sonnenschein, S., & Dowling, R. (2019). Parents’ socialization of their young children’s interest in math. In O. Saracho (Ed.), Contemporary perspectives on research on motivation in early childhood education (pp. 75-100). Information Age Publishing.
  • Sonnenschein, S., & Gay, B. (2019). Parent involvement and equity in mathematics. In C. Xenofontos (Ed.), Equity in mathematics education: Addressing a changing world (pp.159-178). Information Age Publishing.
  • Godwin, K. E., & Kaur, F. (2020). Investigation of attentional decay: Implications for instruction. In Denison., M. Mack., Y. Xu, & B.C. Armstrong (Eds.), Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (2931-2936). Cognitive Science Society.
  • Hong, Y., & Schmidt, C. (2021, September 29).Multiculturalism and cultural assimilation. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology. Oxford University Press. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190236557.013.288
  • Xu, Y., Cheah, C. S. L. & Hart, C. H. H., & Seo, Y. J. (in press). From shyness to social anxiety: Understanding solitude in the context of immigration.  In R. J. Coplan, J. C. Bowker, & L. J. Nelson (Eds.). The handbook of solitude: Psychological perspectives on social isolation, social withdrawal and being along, 2nd Ed. John Wiley & Sons.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stites, M. L., & Galczyk, S.H. (2022). Teaching preschool during COVID-19: Insights from the field. In Saracho, O.N. (Ed.), Contemporary Perspectives on Research on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Early Childhood Education (pp.35-53). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stites, M.L., Grossman, J.A., & Galczyk, S. (in press). “It Just doesn’t work”: Parents’ views about distance learning for young children with special needs. In J. Pattnaik and M.R. Jalongo (Eds.). The Impact of COVID-19 on Early Childhood Education and Care: International Perspectives, Challenges, and Responses. Springer Nature.

 

Program Evaluations

  • Dowling, R., & Hunter, B. (2016, May). Introduction to an Honors University. Sponsored by UMBC First Year Experience Program.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Shanty, L. (2017, January). Evaluation of The Mother Goose on the Loose Goslings program. Sponsored by PNC.
  • Metzger, S. R. (2016, May).  Final Report of Red Watch Band Program Year 1: Fall 2014-Spring 2015. Sponsored by the NCAA CHOICES Alcohol Education Grant Program and UMBC.
  • Simons, C. L. (2016). UMBC-Lakeland partnership service learning evaluation. Prepared for the Sherman Teacher-Scholars Program.
  • Metzger, S. R. (2017, July).  UMBC Recreation Services Assessment Report. Sponsored by the Department of Athletics and Recreation and the Division of Student Affairs at UMBC.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Shanty, L. (2017, January). Evaluation of The Mother Goose on the Loose Goslings program. Sponsored by PNC Grow Up Great.(reviewed in Baltimore Sun and Progeny)
  • Gay, B. (2017). The Choice Job Readiness Program: 2017 Evaluation. Prepared for the Choice Program at UMBC.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., Shanty, L., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2018, January), Evaluation of year 2 of the Mother Goose on the Loose Goslings program. Sponsored by PNC (reviewed in Children’s Hospital News, March, 2018).
  • Simons, C. (2017). Participant feedback on the April, 2017 school readiness symposium “Building equity in early learning” featuring Walter Gilliam, Ph.D. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Simons, C. (2018). Participant feedback on the May, 2018 school readiness symposium “Supporting the whole child: Social and emotional learning” featuring Stephanie Jones, Ph.D. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Simons, C. (2018). Preliminary Results of the Promoting Enrichment to Advance Language Skills (PETALS) intervention: Pilot year II. Prepared for Ready At Five.
  • Simons, C. (2018). Participant feedback on the Maryland State Department of Education and Ready at Five’s 2018 family engagement summit, “Families lead the way: Transforming communities through engagement” Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Simons, C. (2018). Participant feedback on the December, 2018 school readiness symposium “The surprising importance of early math” featuring Douglas Clements, Ph.D. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Simons, C. (2018). Preliminary Results of the Promoting Enrichment to Advance Language Skills (PETALS) intervention: Pilot year II. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Balkaya, M., Godsay, S., Holloway, B., Stolle-McAllister, K., & Maton, K. (2019). BUILD Training Program: “BUILD a bridge to STEM” summer 2018 program evaluation report. Funded by NIH.
  • Balkaya, M., Godsay, S., Holloway, B., Stolle-McAllister, K., & Maton, K. (2019). BUILD Training Program: Summer 2018 program evaluation report. Funded by NIH.
  • Balkaya, M., Godsay, S., Holloway, B., Stolle-McAllister, K., & Maton, K. (2019). BUILD Training Program 2017–2018 program evaluation report. Funded by NIH.
  • Simons, C. (2019) Report on the Ready at Five stakeholder survey & interviews. Prepared for the Ready at Five Executive Leadership Committee.
  • Simons, C. (2019). Program evaluation: Using ReadyRosie to engage families of low-income pre-k students. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • McLoughlin, C., Zimmerman, S. & Dowling, R. (2019). The Port and SkyClimber Exhibit summative evaluation. Prepared for Port Discovery and Stakeholders
  • Dowling, R., & Zimmerman, S. (2019). Mother Goose on the Loose with professional development: Program evaluation. Prepared for Port Discovery and Stakeholders
  • Dowling, R. (2019). Program evaluation of Mother Goose on the Loose Goslings at Mount Washington Hospital. In preparation for Mt. Washington Hospital and Zanvyl and Isabelle Krieger Fund
  • Dowling, R. (2019). Evaluation of after school programming. Fall 2019: EcoKids and Blast from the Past. In preparation for Port Discovery
  • Dowling, R. (2019). Guided group participant evaluations, Fall 2019. In preparation for Port Discovery
  • Dowling, R. (2019). Market analyses of Ready at Five in Maryland. Prepared for Ready at Five.
  • Dowling, R. (2019). Participant Feedback on December 2019 School Readiness Symposium: Simple Interactions. Featuring Dr. Junlei Li and Dr. Dana Winters. In preparation for Ready at Five.
  • Gay, B. (2019). Evaluation of the Choice Program’s Job Readiness Program. Sponsored by RISE for Boys and Men of Color.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Gay, B., & Rowan, M. (2020, July). Evaluation of the 2020 “Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing” Literacy Intervention in Baltimore Metropolitan WIC Centers. Sponsored by Too Small to Fail, Clinton Foundation.

 

Technical Reports, Newsletters, Magazines, Blogs, and Other Reports

  • Thompson, J.A. (2016, January). The STEM Trifecta: Intellect, Interest, and Intent [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://www.childtrends.org/the-stem-trifecta-intellect-interest-and-intent/
  • Simons, C.L., & Sonnenschein, S. (2016, June). Helping parents support children’s self-regulation at home may be essential for school success. MSPA Protocol, LIV, 14.
  • Dowling, R. & Sonnenschein, S. (2016, June). Promoting vocabulary growth for English Language Learners. MSPA Protocol, LIV, 12-13.
  • Dowling, R., Gay, B., & Sonnenschein, S. (2017). Using math board games to promote early numeracy skills. MSPA Protocol, LVII, 8-9.
  • Dowling, R., Metzger, S.R.,& Sonnenschein, S. (2018). Supporting young children’s math development at home. (invited submission). MSPA Protocol.
  • Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Metzger, S.R. (2018). 5 math skills your child needs to know before kindergarten. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/5-math-skills-your-child-needs-to-get-ready-for-kindergarten-103194
  • Dowling, R., & Sonnenschein, S. (2018). Parents‘ views of education and technology. Prepared for Baltimore County Public Schools.
  • Dowling, R., Gay, B., & Sonnenschein, S. (2018). Bringing science home: Helping parents support their children’s learning, MSPA Protocol, LIX(1), 16-19 Invited submission.
  • Le, L. T., Lavin, K., Aquino, A. K., Shivers, E. M., Perry, D. F., & Horen, N. M. (2018). What’s Working? A Study of the Intersection of Family, Friend, and Neighbor Networks and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development.
  • Gay, B., Dowling, R., Sonnenschein, S., & Stites, M. (2019). What parents want. Prepared for MSDE.
  • Gay, (2018). The Child Welfare Research-to-Policy Network: Network Engagement Survey Report. Prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration.
  • Gay, B. (2019). Intercountry adoption: Adoption permanency and supports [fact sheet]. Prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration.
  • Zhang, L., Marks, A. K., Roberg, R., Murry, M. & Ramos, Z., Giray, C., Gay, B., Jaffe, G., Garcia-Rodriguez, I., & Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice Migrants and Displaced Persons Task Force (2020). COVID-19, immigration status, and child and family wellbeing [policy brief].Prepared for the Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice.   
  • Roberg, R., Zhang, L., Marks, A. K.,  Murry, M. &Ramos, Z., Giray, C., Gay, B., Jaffe, G., Garcia-Rodriguez, I., & Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice Migrants and Displaced Persons Task Force (2020). COVID-19’s Impact on immigrant communities: Facts at a glance [fact sheet]. Prepared for the Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice. 
  • Thompson, J.A., & Sonnenschein, S. (2020). Math on the path to STEM fields. MSPA Protocol, LX (3),13-15.
  • Stites, M., Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Gay, B. (2020). Math in the classroom library? Why Not!! Invited blog. https://www.mathsthroughstories.org/blog/math-in-the-classroom-library-why-not
  • Charlot, N., Gay, B., Baker, E., Hamel, J., Fisher, J., Klein, Richmond, C., L. B., Miyamoto, S. (2020). Victim services threatened by a depleted perpetrator-financed Crime Victims Fund [fact sheet]. Prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration.
  • Akande, A., Charlot, N., & Gay, B. (2020). How policymakers and practitioners can facilitate disclosure and help-seeking [fact sheet]. Prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration.
  • Charlot, N., Gay, B., Baker, E., Hamel, J., Fisher, J., Klein, Richmond, C., L. B., Miyamoto, S. (2020). Let’s talk about the science of victim’s services: Talking points for advocates [fact sheet]. Prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration and the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators (NAVAA).
  • Stites, M., Sonnenschein, S., & Galczyk, S. (Nov. 25, 2020). It’s not just ABCs – preschool parents worry their kids are missing out on critical social skills during the pandemic. https://theconversation.com/its-not-just-abcs-preschool-parents-worry-their-kids-are-missing-out-on-critical-social-skills-during-the-pandemic-150434
  • Gay, B., & Donnay, S. (2020). Clearinghouses and evidence-based resources. Resource prepared for the Research-to-Policy Collaboration.