Niemeyer, Judith

UNCG

There are 7 item/s.

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Teacher/caregiver practices influencing the early development of emotion regulation in toddlers 2006 1646 "The overall purpose of this study was to explore and describe teacher/caregiver practices that may be considered supportive of toddlers learning to regulate their emotions and behaviors. Specifically two foci were examined. First, this research stud...
Teacher practices while interacting with preschoolers in inclusive settings 2009 2081 The overall purpose of this study was to examine, record, and describe teacher practices that were considered culturally responsive to preschoolers with disabilities who do or do not share the same racial background as the teacher. Both qualitative a...
Mothers' experiences raising children who have multiple disabilities and their perceptions of the chronic sorrow phenomenon. 2010 4643 This qualitative study proposed to answer the following two questions: Do mothers of children who have multiple disabilities experience feelings that are consistent with chronic sorrow?, and What are mothers’ perceptions of the chronic sorrow phenome...
Communication Skills of Young Children Implanted Prior to Four Years of Age Compared to Typically Hearing Matched Peers 2010 1450 The goal of the present study was to compare the conversational language skills and interactions of four children who are d/hh and who received cochlear implants (CI) prior to the age of four years with four typically hearing peers matched for age, g...
Exploring the relationship between teacher education experience and the child-focused practices implemented in quality early childhood inclusive environments 2011 1098 The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between teacher education experience and child-focused practices implemented in quality early childhood inclusive environments, the following research questions focused the study: what child-f...
Transitions in early childhood: a look at parents' perspectives 2011 1132 This is a qualitative study that is interpretivist in nature and is designed to understand the complexities of early childhood transitions from the point of view of the study participants. This type of research also is used to further understand how ...
Perceptions and experiences of mothers who have children with autism spectrum disorders: cross-cultural ctudies from the US and Japan 2013 3698 This quantitative study proposed to answer the following question: What are the similarities and differences in maternal experiences and perceptions in regard to their children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) between the United States and Japan?...