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  1. Parents' coping behaviors and mental health during the COVID‐19 pandemic
  2. Children who struggle to control attention and behavior in childhood face more challenges as adults.
  3. Attention and Behavior Problems in Childhood Predict Adult Financial Status, Health, and Criminal Activity: A Conceptual Replication and Extension of Moffitt et al. (2011) Using Cohorts from the U.S. and the U.K.
  4. Scars from a Previous Epidemic: Social Proximity to Zika and Fertility Intentions during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  5. Preschoolers’ executive functions following indoor and outdoor free play
  6. Brazilian Parents’ Educational Involvement Supports Students' Dedication To Schoolwork & Achievement
  7. Total Play Time Needed for Preschoolers to Reach Recommended Amount of Non-Sedentary Activity
  8. An observational approach for exploring variability in young children's regulation‐related skills within classroom contexts
  9. Fertility trends during successive novel infectious disease outbreaks: Zika and COVID-19 in Brazil
  10. Measuring children's behavioral regulation in the preschool classroom: An objective, sensor‐based approach
  11. Amount and type of physical activity as predictors of growth in executive functions, attentional control, and social self‐control across 4 years of elementary school
  12. Pathways to prevention: Early Head Start outcomes in the first three years lead to long-term reductions in child maltreatment
  13. Impacts of Early Childhood Education on Medium- and Long-Term Educational Outcomes