Tag: 2022 Publication

Low-Income Elementary Students Access to Books & Reading Motivation

Published: July 9, 2022 Publication: Reading Psychology CLI Authors: Dr. Tricia Zucker and Dr. Yoonkyung Oh Abstract: This study examines the feasibility of adding a proximal outcome survey to a book distribution program. We also examine access to books at home for Grade 3 to 5 students experiencing poverty and relations with reading motivation and… Read more »

When Seeing is Believing: A Framework for Reflective Conversations in Remote and Face-to-Face Coaching Approaches

Published: April 2022 Publication: Early Childhood Education Journal CLI Authors: Maram Ahmed, Dr. April Crawford, Linda Morgan-Dorsey, Tracy Osborn, Laura Prendergast, and Dr. Cheryl Varghese Abstract: Reflective conversations between teachers and coaches are critical to helping teachers improve their classroom instruction. Coaches who encourage teachers to “see, think, and do” are better able to facilitate… Read more »

Effective connectivity between resting-state networks in depression

Published: March 2022 Publication: Journal of Affective Disorders CLI Author: Dana DeMaster, PhD Abstract: Rationale: Although depression has been widely researched, findings characterizing how brain regions influence each other remains scarce, yet this is critical for research on antidepressant treatments and individual responses to particular treatments. Objectives: To identify pre-treatment resting state effective connectivity (rsEC)… Read more »

An ode to Fetal, Infant, and Toddler Neuroimaging: Chronicling early clinical to research applications with MRI, and an introduction to an academic society connecting the field

Published: February 2022 Publication: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience CLI Author: Kelly A. Vaughn, PhD Abstract: Fetal, infant, and toddler neuroimaging is commonly thought of as a development of modern times (last two decades). Yet, this field mobilized shortly after the discovery and implementation of MRI technology. Here, we provide a review of the parallel advancements in… Read more »

How the Amount of Teacher Spanish Use Interacts with Classroom Quality to Support English/Spanish DLLs’ Vocabulary

Published: February 2022 Publication: Early Education and Development CLI Author: Gloria Yeomans-Maldonado, PhD Abstract: Research Findings: We examined the amount of preschool lead/assistant teachers’ English/Spanish language use and relations between quality of teacher-child interactions, and Dual Language Learners’ (DLLs) English/Spanish bilingual vocabulary in 31 English-medium Head Start classrooms. Measures in this study included (a) children’s… Read more »

Contextual features in the developing hippocampus: A representational similarity analysis

Published: January 2022 Publication: Hippocampus CLI Author: Dana DeMaster, PhD Abstract: Functional divisions of labor in support of memory have been reported along the anterior–posterior axis of the hippocampus. However, little is known about how the developing hippocampus represents associative memories along this axis. The present research employed representational similarity analysis to ask whether developmental… Read more »

Novel Oppositional Defiant Disorder 12 Months After Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents

Published: January 2022 Publication: The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences CLI Author: Linda, Ewing-Cobbs, PhD Abstract: Objective: The investigators examined the factors predictive of novel oppositional defiant disorder in the 6-12 months following traumatic brain injury (TBI). Methods: Children ages 5-14 years old who experienced a TBI were recruited from consecutive admissions to five… Read more »