Brian E. Vaughn
Brian E. Vaughn
Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
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Individual differences in infant-mother attachment at twelve and eighteen months: Stability and change in families under stress
B Vaughn, B Egeland, LA Sroufe, E Waters
Child development, 971-975, 1979
Paternal identity, maternal gatekeeping, and father involvement
BA McBride, GL Brown, KK Bost, N Shin, B Vaughn, B Korth
Family relations 54 (3), 360-372, 2005
The early development of inferences about the visual percepts of others
ZS Masangkay, KA McCluskey, CW McIntyre, J Sims-Knight, BE Vaughn, ...
Child development, 357-366, 1974
The emergence and consolidation of self-control from eighteen to thirty months of age: Normative trends and individual differences
BE Vaughn, CB Kopp, JB Krakow
Child development, 990-1004, 1984
Attachment behavior at home and in the laboratory: Q‐sort observations and strange situation classifications of one‐year‐olds
BE Vaughn, E Waters
Child development 61 (6), 1965-1973, 1990
Attachment and temperament: Redundant, independent, or interacting influences on interpersonal adaptation and personality development?
BE Vaughn, KK Bost
The Guilford Press, 1999
Effects of maternal absence due to employment on the quality of infant-mother attachment in a low-risk sample
P Barglow, BE Vaughn, N Molitor
Child development, 945-954, 1987
Attention structure, sociometric status, and dominance: interrelations, behavioral correlates, and relationships to social competence.
BE Vaughn, E Waters
Developmental psychology 17 (3), 275, 1981
The relationship between out-of-home care and the quality of infant-mother attachment in an economically disadvantaged population
BE Vaughn, FL Gove, B Egeland
Child Development, 1203-1214, 1980
Social competence, social support, and attachment: Demarcation of construct domains, measurement, and paths of influence for preschool children attending Head Start
KK Bost, BE Vaughn, WN Washington, KL Cielinski, MR Bradbard
Child development 69 (1), 192-218, 1998
Individual differences in infant-mother attachment relationships at age one: Antecedents in neonatal behavior in an urban, economically disadvantaged sample
E Waters, BE Vaughn, BR Egeland
Child Development, 208-216, 1980
The assessment of infant temperament: A critique of the Carey Infant Temperament Questionnaire
BE Vaughn, BJ Taraldson, L Crichton, B Egeland
Infant Behavior and Development 4, 1-17, 1981
Attachment security and temperament in infancy and early childhood: Some conceptual clarifications.
BE Vaughn, J Stevenson-Hinde, E Waters, A Kotsaftis, GB Lefever, ...
Developmental Psychology 28 (3), 463, 1992
Attachment and temperament: Additive and interactive influences on behavior, affect, and cognition during infancy and childhood.
BE Vaughn, KK Bost, MH van IJzendoorn
The Guilford Press, 2008
Maternal characteristics measured prenatally are predictive of ratings of temperamental" difficulty" on the Carey Infant Temperament Questionnaire.
BE Vaughn, CF Bradley, LS Joffe, R Seifer, P Barglow
Developmental psychology 23 (1), 152, 1987
Attachment, identity, and intimacy: Parallels between Bowlby's and Erikson's paradigms
JF Pittman, MK Keiley, JL Kerpelman, BE Vaughn
Journal of Family Theory & Review 3 (1), 32-46, 2011
Maternal sensitivity, child functional level, and attachment in Down syndrome
L Atkinson, VC Chisholm, B Scott, S Goldberg, BE Vaughn, J Blackwell, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 45-66, 1999
The attachment script representation procedure in an Italian sample: Associations with Adult Attachment Interview scales and with maternal sensitivity
G Coppola, BE Vaughn, R Cassibba, A Costantini
Attachment & Human Development 8 (3), 209-219, 2006
Physical attractiveness as a correlate of peer status and social competence in preschool children.
BE Vaughn, JH Langlois
Developmental psychology 19 (4), 561, 1983
Maternal secure base scripts, children's attachment security, and mother–child narrative styles
KK Bost, N Shin, BA Mcbride, GL Brown, BE Vaughn, G Coppola, ...
Attachment & Human Development 8 (3), 241-260, 2006
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