Alysia Y. Blandon

Dr. Alysia Blandon received her B.A. in Psychology from Colorodo College. She received her M.A. and Ph.D in Developmental Psychology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Blandon is currently a postdoctoral fellow for an NIMH funded longitudinal grant entitled Developmental Trajectories of Early Behavior Problems. Her research interests are in studying how family processes shape children's early social and emotional development. Dr. Blandon is particularly interested in exploring the interactive influences of contextual, child, and family factors on the development of children's self-regulation (physiological, emotional, and behavioral) across early childhood.

There are 1 included publications by Alysia Y. Blandon :

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Predicting emotional and social competence during early childhood from toddler risk and maternal behavior 2010 2310 The longitudinal associations between maternal parenting behavior and toddler risk with children’s emotional and social competence were examined during the transition to kindergarten, in a sample of 253 children. Toddler risk was characterized by ear...