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Emotions Matter: Making the Case for the Role of Young Children's Emotional Development for Early School Readiness. Social Policy Report. Volume 16, Number 3.
CC Raver
Society for Research in Child Development, 2002
11082002
Income is not enough: Incorporating material hardship into models of income associations with parenting and child development
ET Gershoff, JL Aber, CC Raver, MC Lennon
Child development 78 (1), 70-95, 2007
10852007
CSRP’s impact on low‐income preschoolers’ preacademic skills: self‐regulation as a mediating mechanism
CC Raver, SM Jones, C Li‐Grining, F Zhai, K Bub, E Pressler
Child development 82 (1), 362-378, 2011
9852011
School readiness and self-regulation: A developmental psychobiological approach
C Blair, CC Raver
Annual review of psychology 66, 711, 2015
9442015
Child development in the context of adversity: experiential canalization of brain and behavior.
C Blair, CC Raver
American psychologist 67 (4), 309, 2012
8902012
Ready to enter: What research tells policymakers about strategies to promote social and emotional school readiness among three-and four-year-old children
CC Raver, J Knitzer
6732002
Placing emotional self‐regulation in sociocultural and socioeconomic contexts
CC Raver
Child development 75 (2), 346-353, 2004
6572004
Improving preschool classroom processes: Preliminary findings from a randomized trial implemented in Head Start settings
CC Raver, SM Jones, CP Li-Grining, M Metzger, KM Champion, L Sardin
Early childhood research quarterly 23 (1), 10-26, 2008
6082008
Preliminary construct and concurrent validity of the Preschool Self-regulation Assessment (PSRA) for field-based research
R Smith-Donald, CC Raver, T Hayes, B Richardson
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 22 (2), 173-187, 2007
5632007
The promotion of self‐regulation as a means of enhancing school readiness and early achievement in children at risk for school failure
A Ursache, C Blair, CC Raver
Child development perspectives 6 (2), 122-128, 2012
5512012
Social competence: An untapped dimension in evaluating Head Start's success
CC Raver, EF Zigler
Early childhood research quarterly 12 (4), 363-385, 1997
5231997
Poverty as a predictor of 4-year-olds' executive function: new perspectives on models of differential susceptibility.
CC Raver, C Blair, M Willoughby
Developmental psychology 49 (2), 292, 2013
4652013
Closing the achievement gap through modification of neurocognitive and neuroendocrine function: Results from a cluster randomized controlled trial of an innovative approach to …
C Blair, CC Raver
PloS one 9 (11), e112393, 2014
4612014
Poverty, stress, and brain development: New directions for prevention and intervention
C Blair, CC Raver
Academic pediatrics 16 (3), S30-S36, 2016
4152016
Targeting children's behavior problems in preschool classrooms: a cluster-randomized controlled trial.
CC Raver, SM Jones, C Li-Grining, F Zhai, MW Metzger, B Solomon
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 77 (2), 302, 2009
4002009
Quality of mother–toddler interactions, maternal depressive symptoms, and behavior problems in preschoolers of adolescent mothers.
BJ Leadbeater, SJ Bishop, CC Raver
Developmental Psychology 32 (2), 280, 1996
3141996
Allostasis and allostatic load in the context of poverty in early childhood
C Blair, CC Raver, D Granger, R Mills-Koonce, L Hibel, ...
Development and psychopathology 23 (3), 845-857, 2011
3022011
Testing equivalence of mediating models of income, parenting, and school readiness for White, Black, and Hispanic children in a national sample
CC Raver, ET Gershoff, JL Aber
Child development 78 (1), 96-115, 2007
2912007
The effect of local violence on children’s attention and impulse control
PT Sharkey, N Tirado-Strayer, AV Papachristos, CC Raver
American journal of public health 102 (12), 2287-2293, 2012
2812012
Two approaches to estimating the effect of parenting on the development of executive function in early childhood.
C Blair, CC Raver, DJ Berry
Developmental psychology 50 (2), 554, 2014
2582014
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