Michelle Englund
Michelle Englund
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Predicting peer competence and peer relationships in childhood from early parent-child relationships
J Elicker, M England, LA Sroufe
Family-peer relationships, 91-120, 2016
Children's achievement in early elementary school: Longitudinal effects of parental involvement, expectations, and quality of assistance.
MM Englund, AE Luckner, GJL Whaley, B Egeland
Journal of educational psychology 96 (4), 723, 2004
Childhood and adolescent predictors of heavy drinking and alcohol use disorders in early adulthood: a longitudinal developmental analysis
MM Englund, B Egeland, EM Oliva, WA Collins
Addiction 103, 23-35, 2008
The significance of gender boundaries in preadolescence: Contemporary correlates and antecedents of boundary violation and maintenance
LA Sroufe, C Bennett, M Englund, J Urban, S Shulman
Child Development 64 (2), 455-466, 1993
Exceptions to high school dropout predictions in a low-income sample: Do adults make a difference?
MM Englund, B Egeland, WA Collins
The Journal of social issues 64 (1), 77, 2008
Predicting adult physical illness from infant attachment: a prospective longitudinal study.
J Puig, MM Englund, JA Simpson, WA Collins
Health psychology 32 (4), 409, 2013
Adolescent social competence: Effectiveness in a group setting
MM Englund, AK Levy, DM Hyson, LA Sroufe
Child development 71 (4), 1049-1060, 2000
Association of a full-day vs part-day preschool intervention with school readiness, attendance, and parent involvement
AJ Reynolds, BA Richardson, M Hayakawa, EM Lease, M Warner-Richter, ...
Jama 312 (20), 2126-2134, 2014
Early roots of adult competence: The significance of close relationships from infancy to early adulthood
MM Englund, SIC Kuo, J Puig, WA Collins
International journal of behavioral development 35 (6), 490-496, 2011
Developmental timing and continuity of exposure to interparental violence and externalizing behavior as prospective predictors of dating violence
AJ Narayan, MM Englund, B Egeland
Development and psychopathology 25 (4pt1), 973-990, 2013
Developmental antecedents of late adolescence substance use patterns
J Siebenbruner, MM Englund, B Egeland, K Hudson
Development and psychopathology 18 (2), 551-571, 2006
Adolescent conflict as a developmental process in the prospective pathway from exposure to interparental violence to dating violence
AJ Narayan, MM Englund, EA Carlson, B Egeland
Journal of abnormal child psychology 42 (2), 239-250, 2014
Childhood programs and practices in the first decade of life: A human capital integration
AJ Reynolds, AJ Rolnick, MM Englund, JA Temple
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Maternal childhood maltreatment history and child mental health: Mechanisms in intergenerational effects
M Bosquet Enlow, MM Englund, B Egeland
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 47 (sup1), S47-S62, 2018
The impact of stress at different life stages on physical health and the buffering effects of maternal sensitivity.
AK Farrell, JA Simpson, EA Carlson, MM Englund, S Sung
Health Psychology 36 (1), 35, 2017
Genetic and caregiving-based contributions to infant attachment: Unique associations with distress reactivity and attachment security
KL Raby, D Cicchetti, EA Carlson, JJ Cutuli, MM Englund, B Egeland
Psychological Science 23 (9), 1016-1023, 2012
Developmental pathways linking externalizing symptoms, internalizing symptoms, and academic competence to adolescent substance use
MM Englund, J Siebenbruner
Journal of adolescence 35 (5), 1123-1140, 2012
Executive function in at-risk children: Importance of father-figure support and mother parenting
AS Meuwissen, MM Englund
Journal of applied developmental psychology 44, 72-80, 2016
The longitudinal process of early parent involvement on student achievement: A path analysis
M Hayakawa, MM Englund, MN Warner-Richter, AJ Reynolds
NHSA dialog 16 (1), 103, 2013
The legacy of early childhood violence exposure to adulthood intimate partner violence: Variable-and person-oriented evidence.
AJ Narayan, MH Labella, MM Englund, EA Carlson, B Egeland
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (7), 833, 2017
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