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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Cognitive and emotional constructs and their relation to empathy in young children 2005Hinnant, James BenjaminStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The correlates of proactive and reactive aggression in early childhood 2006Conaty, Jennifer StudentPsychology, UNCG
A developmental cascade of early teacher-child relationships: implications for academic perf...2014Boye, Jason E.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Developmental profiles of aggression across early childhood contributions of emotion regulat...2006Degnan, Kathryn AmeyStudentPsychology, UNCG
Developmental trajectories of “hot” executive functions across early childhood: contribution...2009Graziano, Paulo A.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Emotion regulation and executive functioning as predictors of theory of mind competence duri...2010Vithlani, Parita P.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Longitudinal Influences of Maternal Sensitivity on Infant Temperamental Reactivity and Emoti...2008Siepak, Kathryn J.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
Predicting children's emotion regulation behaviors from maternal emotion socialization and v...2010Brown, Nicole E.StudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The relationship between wellness, emotion regulation, and relapse in adult outpatient subst...2012Clarke, Philip StudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
The role of emotion regulation in children's coping with environmental stress2009Mackler, Jennifer S.StudentPsychology, UNCG
The socialization of emotion regulation in late childhood: the influence of friendship2013Mackler, Jennifer S.StudentPsychology, UNCG