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Adoption adjustment in Black adoptive families 2006Gillum, Nerissa Inez LeBlancStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Korean parents' disciplinary practices and socioeconomic status : an investigation based on ...2006Kim, Jungyeon StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Understanding the link between parenting behaviors and friendship competence: socioemotional...2009Cook, Emily C.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
Racially socializing biracial youth: a cultural ecological study of parental influences on r...2009Rollins, Alethea StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Mediational Pathways to Moral Reasoning: Quality of the Mother-Child Relationship, Cognitive...2008Hinnant, James BenjaminStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Maternal attitudes and behaviors regarding adolescent internet use2009Bridges, Tracey H.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Preschool teachers' beliefs and practices of outdoor play and outdoor environments2009Chakravarthi, Swetha StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Exploring the parenting beliefs of substance abusing women2009Laughinghouse, Janzlean StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Predicting children's emotion regulation behaviors from maternal emotion socialization and v...2010Brown, Nicole E.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Lugares de Vida: places of life2010Chipenda-Dansokho, Selma T.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Socioeconomic Disparities in North Carolina Communities: Issues of Access and Quality of Lic...2010Lower, Joanna K.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
Colorism and perceived sexual risk taking among African American adolescent girls: where doe...2010Smith, Tasia M.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
Cortisol and alpha-amylase levels of preschool children while attending child care: relation...2010Hatfield, Bridget E.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Teacher Practices in Preschool Classrooms: Promoting Engaged Learners2010Mims, Sharon U.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
Links between temperament and coparenting: the moderating role of family characteristics2010Burney, Regan V.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Predictors of change in relationship quality among first-time unmarried parents2010Carter, Gerard AnthonyStudentHuman 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
The everyday lives of Latina immigrants in North Carolina: a photovoice perspective2011Cecil-Dyrkacz, Joy E.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
"Everybody's different and the same": an inquiry into early childhood teachers' beliefs, kn...2011Kintner-Duffy, Victoria StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Teacher personal and professional characteristics: contributions to emotional support and be...2011Thomason, Amy C.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
Parent-child conflict style: associations with family stress and vulnerability2011Nelson Taylor, Jackie A.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG