Mendez Smith, Julia

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Links between maternal parenting characteristics and the development of preschool peer play competence 2011 2252 Peer play is a salient context for examining social competence in preschool children. Play experiences in preschool consisting of positive, prosocial and reciprocal exchanges between peers has been associated with positive adjustment throughout devel...
Psychological adjustment and well-being in recently arriving immigrant adolescents 2013 3337 The purpose of this short-term longitudinal study was to examine relations between trauma exposure, acculturative stress, school belonging, and internalizing symptoms in immigrant and refugee adolescents recently arriving into the United States. Part...
Social competence and adaptive learning behaviors as predictors of school readiness 2015 771 Preschool children can acquire language competencies through interactions with their peers as well as with their teachers. Indicators of children’s social competence in the peer group and indicators of children’s learning behaviors with their teacher...
Patterns of physiological stress response and family climate of stress in children attending Head Start 2015 682 The repeated activation of physiological stress systems in response to the chronic stress associated with poverty in early childhood signals environmental instability, leading to changes in patterns of physiological response that appear to prepare ch...
Shyness and parental emotion socialization: impacts on the social competence of preschool children attending Head Start 2016 415 Shyness in early childhood has been associated with less adaptive outcomes, including less social skill with peers, higher levels of peer rejection and poorer adjustment to formal schooling (Coplan, Prakash, O’Neil & Armer, 2004; Gazelle & Ladd, 2003...
Learning engagement across the transition to school: investigating the measurement of learning engagement and the effects of early emotion regulation 2018 89 Children’s engagement with learning is important as children enter school, as it facilitates both future learning engagement and academic success. Current measures of learning engagement focus on engagement within a classroom setting and be confounde...
Parental behaviors and child expressive language ability as predictors of peer social competence for young children with and without autism 2019 21 Children with autism experience deficits in social and communication skills compared to their typically developing peers. Quality parental behaviors during dyadic interactions and children’s expressive language ability could be important predictors o...