A. Nayena Blankson
A. Nayena Blankson
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Differential Effects of Maternal Sensitivity to Infant Distress and Nondistress on Social‐Emotional Functioning
EM Leerkes, AN Blankson, M O’Brien
Child Development 80 (3), 762-775, 2009
Foundations for better understanding of cognitive abilities
JL Horn, AN Blankson
Contemporary Intellectual Assessment: Theories, Tests, and Issues, 73, 2012
Foundations for better understanding of cognitive abilities
JL Horn, N Blankson
Contemporary intellectual assessment, 41-68, 2005
Family stress and parental responses to children’s negative emotions: Tests of the spillover, crossover, and compensatory hypotheses.
JA Nelson, M O’Brien, AN Blankson, SD Calkins, SP Keane
Journal of Family Psychology 23 (5), 671, 2009
Moderate vagal withdrawal in 3.5‐year‐old children is associated with optimal performance on executive function tasks
S Marcovitch, J Leigh, SD Calkins, EM Leerks, M O'Brien, AN Blankson
Developmental psychobiology 52 (6), 603-608, 2010
Attachment to parents, social anxiety, and close relationships of female students over the transition to college
SH Parade, EM Leerkes, AN Blankson
Journal of youth and adolescence 39 (2), 127-137, 2010
Developmental dynamics of emotion and cognition processes in preschoolers
AN Blankson, M O’Brien, EM Leerkes, S Marcovitch, SD Calkins, ...
Child Development, 2012
Maternal expressive style and children's emotional development
JA Nelson, M O'Brien, SD Calkins, EM Leerkes, S Marcovitch, ...
Infant and Child Development 21 (3), 267-286, 2012
The relation of maternal emotional and cognitive support during problem solving to pre‐academic skills in preschoolers
EM Leerkes, AN Blankson, M O'Brien, SD Calkins, S Marcovitch
Infant and child development 20 (6), 353-370, 2011
Cognition and classroom quality as predictors of math achievement in the kindergarten year
AN Blankson, C Blair
Learning and Instruction 41, 32-40, 2016
Shyness and Vocabulary: The Roles of Executive Functioning and Home Environmental Stimulation
AN Blankson, M O’Brien, EM Leerkes, S Marcovitch, SD Calkins
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 57 (2), 2, 2011
Differentiating processes of control and understanding in the early development of emotion and cognition
AN Blankson, M O'Brien, EM Leerkes, S Marcovitch, SD Calkins
Social Development 21 (1), 1-20, 2012
Pubertal timing and tempo: Associations with childhood Maltreatment
S Negriff, AN Blankson, PK Trickett
Journal of Research on Adolescence 25 (2), 201-213, 2015
Cognitive and Emotional Processes as Predictors of a Successful Transition Into School
AN Blankson, JM Weaver, EM Leerkes, M O’Brien, SD Calkins, ...
Early Education and Development 28 (1), 1-20, 2017
Do Hours Spent Viewing Television at Ages 3 and 4 Predict Vocabulary and Executive Functioning at Age 5?
AN Blankson, M O'Brien, EM Leerkes, SD Calkins, S Marcovitch
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 61 (2), 264-289, 2015
Close relationships predict curvilinear trajectories of maternal depressive symptoms over the transition to parenthood
SH Parade, AN Blankson, EM Leerkes, SC Crockenberg, R Faldowski
Family Relations 63 (2), 206-218, 2014
Service-Learning and Civic Responsibility in a Sample of African American College Students
AN Blankson, SE Rochester, AF Watkins
Journal of College Student Development 56 (7), 723-734, 2015
Measurement invariance of cognitive abilities across ethnicity, gender, and time among older Americans
AN Blankson, JJ McArdle
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2015
Using recently acquired knowledge to self-assess understanding in the classroom.
JJ Guillory, AN Blankson
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 3 (2), 77, 2017
A Brief Report on the Factor Structure of the Cognitive Measures in the HRS/AHEAD Studies
AN Blankson, JJ McArdle
Journal of Aging Research 2014, 2014
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