Christopher Lonigan
Christopher Lonigan
Professor of Psychology
Verifisert e-postadresse på psy.fsu.edu
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Child development and emergent literacy
GJ Whitehurst, CJ Lonigan
Child development 69 (3), 848-872, 1998
Accelerating language development through picture book reading.
GJ Whitehurst, FL Falco, CJ Lonigan, JE Fischel, BD DeBaryshe, ...
Developmental psychology 24 (4), 552, 1988
Development of emergent literacy and early reading skills in preschool children: evidence from a latent-variable longitudinal study.
CJ Lonigan, SR Burgess, JL Anthony
Developmental psychology 36 (5), 596, 2000
Emergent literacy: Development from prereaders to readers
GJ Whitehurst, CJ Lonigan
Handbook of early literacy research 1, 11-29, 2001
Relative efficacy of parent and teacher involvement in a shared-reading intervention for preschool children from low-income backgrounds
CJ Lonigan, GJ Whitehurst
Early childhood research quarterly 13 (2), 263-290, 1998
Relations of the home literacy environment (HLE) to the development of reading‐related abilities: A one‐year longitudinal study
SR Burgess, SA Hecht, CJ Lonigan
Reading Research Quarterly 37 (4), 408-426, 2002
Accelerating language development through picture book reading: replication and extension to a videotape training format.
DH Arnold, CJ Lonigan, GJ Whitehurst, JN Epstein
Journal of educational psychology 86 (2), 235, 1994
Motor development
KE Adolph, SR Robinson
Handbook of child psychology and developmental science, 1-45, 2015
Development of phonological sensitivity in 2-to 5-year-old children.
CJ Lonigan, SR Burgess, JL Anthony, TA Barker
Journal of educational psychology 90 (2), 294, 1998
The nature of phonological awareness: Converging evidence from four studies of preschool and early grade school children.
JL Anthony, CJ Lonigan
Journal of educational psychology 96 (1), 43, 2004
Empirically supported psychosocial interventions for children: An overview
CJ Lonigan, JC Elbert, SB Johnson
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 27 (2), 138-145, 1998
Children exposed to disaster: I. Epidemiology of post-traumatic symptoms and symptom profiles
MP Shannon, CJ Lonigan, AJ Finch Jr, CM Taylor
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 33 (1), 80-93, 1994
Bidirectional relations of phonological sensitivity and prereading abilities: Evidence from a preschool sample
SR Burgess, CJ Lonigan
Journal of experimental child psychology 70 (2), 117-141, 1998
Phonological sensitivity: A quasi‐parallel progression of word structure units and cognitive operations
JL Anthony, CJ Lonigan, K Driscoll, BM Phillips, SR Burgess
Reading Research Quarterly 38 (4), 470-487, 2003
Children exposed to disaster: II. Risk factors for the development of post-traumatic symptomatology
CJ Lonigan, MP Shannon, CM Taylor, AJ Finch Jr, FR Sallee
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 33 (1), 94-105, 1994
Home environments and young Latino children's school readiness
JAM Farver, Y Xu, S Eppe, CJ Lonigan
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 21 (2), 196-212, 2006
Successful phonological awareness instruction with preschool children: Lessons from the classroom
BM Phillips, J Clancy-Menchetti, CJ Lonigan
Topics in early childhood special education 28 (1), 3-17, 2008
Early literacy and early numeracy: The value of including early literacy skills in the prediction of numeracy development
DJ Purpura, LE Hume, DM Sims, CJ Lonigan
Journal of experimental child psychology 110 (4), 647-658, 2011
Temperament, anxiety, and the processing of threat-relevant stimuli
CJ Lonigan, MW Vasey, BM Phillips, RA Hazen
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 33 (1), 8-20, 2004
Relations between inhibitory control and the development of academic skills in preschool and kindergarten: a meta-analysis.
NP Allan, LE Hume, DM Allan, AL Farrington, CJ Lonigan
Developmental psychology 50 (10), 2368, 2014
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