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Gender-typed attributes and marital satisfaction in Mexican immigrant couples: a latent prof...2014Wood, Claire StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Giving voices to Mexican immigrant parents: a mixed methods study of perceptions on the tran...2013Beasley, Jennifer M.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Household income and depressive mood among single women in midlife : a nuanced approach acro...2005Craig, Debra LyndeStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Household income, economic pressure, and depressive mood among unmarried women in midlife: t...2008Craig, Debra LyndeStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
How parents' beliefs and expectations influence their investments in children's early learni...2010Fetalvero, Abigaiel F.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Implications of intensive mothering beliefs for the well-being of full-time employed mothers...2010Walls, Jill K.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The influence of negative school climate factors on African American adolescent males' acade...2013Herring, Melvin H.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The influences of parental racial socialization on the academic achievement of African Ameri...2009Friend, Christian StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Investigating gene–environment interaction as a contributor to language performance.2010Simone, Laura E.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Is an understanding of moral obligation associated with the moral virtue gratitude?2016Mendonca, Sara Ann EtzStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Korean parents' disciplinary practices and socioeconomic status : an investigation based on ...2006Kim, Jungyeon StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Linking Adolescents' Problem Behaviors and Parents' Divorce Proneness2007Moore, Mary Julia ConstanceStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Links between maternal education and parenting quality during children's first three years: ...2012Gudmundson, Jessica AnnStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Links between the statuses of gay men in relationships and couple identity a theoretical ext...2005Van Eeden-Moorefield, Bradley MatheusStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Links between temperament and coparenting: the moderating role of family characteristics2010Burney, Regan V.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Longitudinal changes in visual attention and EEG coherence: implications for the development...2015Whedon, Margaret C.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Longitudinal Influences of Maternal Sensitivity on Infant Temperamental Reactivity and Emoti...2008Siepak, Kathryn J.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Low-income children's pretend play: The contributory influences of individual and contextual...2007Shim, Jonghee StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Lugares de Vida: places of life2010Chipenda-Dansokho, Selma T.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Marital hostility, adolescents’ responses to marital conflict, and adolescents’ adjustment: ...2016Zhou, Nan StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Marital Satisfaction Across the Transition to Parenthood: A Vulnerability-Stress-Adaptation ...2010Parade, Stephanie H.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal attitudes and behaviors regarding adolescent internet use2009Bridges, Tracey H.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal influence on negative interactions in children's friendships2008Blair, Bethany L.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal influences on friendship quality: a dyadic approach2013Blair, Bethany L.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal sensitivity and physiological processes as predictors of infant emotion regulation2013Perry, Nicole Elizabeth BrownStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG