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  1. Math anxiety and math motivation in online learning during stress: The role of fearful and avoidance temperament and implications for STEM education
  2. If Culture is All Around Us, Where Is It In Our Theories and Our Research?
  3. Young Adults’ Intergroup Prosocial Behavior and its Associations With Social Dominance Orientation, Social Identities, Prosocial Moral Obligation, and Belongingness
  4. Parental burnout and remote learning at home during the COVID-19 pandemic: Parents’ motivations for involvement.
  5. Communication and Affective Synchrony between Parents and Their Children with Autism during a Multimodal Communication Parent-Coaching Intervention
  6. Two Sides to Face: Integrity- and Achievement-Centered Face-Saving, Parental Psychological Control, and Depressive Symptoms in Chinese American Adolescents
  7. Embodied and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) in Early Childhood: Situating Culturally Relevant SEL in Asian, African, and North American Contexts
  8. Detecting Children’s Fine Motor Skill Development using Machine Learning
  9. “They’re Going to Forget About Their Mother Tongue”: Influence of Chinese Beliefs in Child Home Language and Literacy Development
  10. Cultural Values, Intergenerational Transmission of Internalized Racism, Education, and Career Goals in Chinese American Families
  11. Parental Child-Feeding in the Context of Child Temperament and Appetitive Traits: Evidence for a Biopsychosocial Process Model of Appetite Self-Regulation and Weight Status
  12. Spectator Sports as Context for Examining Observers’ Agreeableness, Social Identification, and Empathy in a High-Stakes Conflict Situation
  13. The influence of temperament on stress‐induced emotional eating in children
  14. Predicting differentiated developmental trajectories of prosocial behavior: A 12-year longitudinal study of children facing early risks and vulnerabilities
  15. Manifesto for new directions in developmental science
  16. Pathways to Reading Competence: Emotional Self-regulation, Literacy Contexts, and Embodied Learning Processes
  17. Appetitive Traits and Weight in Children: Evidence for Parents’ Controlling Feeding Practices as Mediating Mechanisms
  18. Temperament as Risk and Protective Factors in Obesogenic Eating: Relations Among Parent Temperament, Child Temperament, and Child Food Preference and Eating
  19. The SAGE Handbook of Developmental Psychology and Early Childhood Education
  20. Measurement of self-regulation in early childhood: Relations between laboratory and performance-based measures of effortful control and executive functioning
  21. Curiosity and Autonomy as Factors That Promote Personal Growth in the Cross-cultural Transition Process of International Students
  22. Parenting beliefs and practices in toddlerhood as precursors to self-regulatory, psychosocial, and academic outcomes in early and middle childhood in ethnically diverse low-income families
  23. Parts of the Whole: Motor and Behavioral Skills in Self-Regulation and Schooling Outcomes
  24. Measurement equivalence of child feeding and eating measures across gender, ethnicity, and household food security
  25. Academic Resilience Despite Early Academic Adversity: A Three-Wave Longitudinal Study on Regulation-Related Resiliency, Interpersonal Relationships, and Achievement in First to Third Grade
  26. An examination of the relationship between social self-efficacy and personal growth initiative in international context
  27. Relations of Inhibition and Emotion-Related Parenting to Young Children's Prosocial and Vicariously Induced Distress Behavior
  28. Early Education and Development Special Issue
  29. Family and School Influences on Youths' Behavioral and Academic Outcomes: Cross-Level Interactions between Parental Monitoring and Character Development Curriculum
  30. Profiles of adolescents' peer and teacher relatedness: Differences in well-being and academic achievement across latent groups
  31. Parent-child negative emotion reciprocity and children's school success: An emotion-attention process model
  32. The Use of Interactive Environments to Promote Self-Regulation in Online Learning: A Literature Review
  33. Prosocial Tendencies among Chinese American Children in Immigrant Families: Links to Cultural and Socio-demographic Factors and Psychological Adjustment
  34. Healthy Environments for Social-Emotional Development
  35. Self-determination and STEM education: Effects of autonomy, motivation, and self-regulated learning on high school math achievement
  36. Toward a System for Longitudinal Emotion Sensing
  37. Balanced bilingualism and executive functioning in children
  38. Gender Gaps in Overestimation of Math Performance
  39. A Vision for Education: Transforming How Formal Systems are Taught Within Mass Lectures by Using Pen Technology to Create a Personalized Learning Environment
  40. The Impact of Pen and Touch Technology on Education
  41. Parent–Adolescent Conflict as Sequences of Reciprocal Negative Emotion: Links with Conflict Resolution and Adolescents’ Behavior Problems
  42. Effects of interactivity and instructional scaffolding on learning: Self-regulation in online video-based environments
  43. Predicting Sympathy and Prosocial Behavior From Young Children's Dispositional Sadness
  44. Erratum
  45. Avoidance temperament and social-evaluative threat in college students' math performance: a mediation model of math and test anxiety
  46. Controlling parental feeding practices and child body composition in ethnically and economically diverse preschool children
  47. Parental autonomy support predicts academic achievement through emotion-related self-regulation and adaptive skills in Chinese American adolescents.
  48. The development of prosocial moral reasoning and a prosocial orientation in young adulthood: Concurrent and longitudinal correlates.
  49. What are Asian-American Youth Consuming? A Systematic Literature Review
  50. Teacher Empathy and Science Education: A Collective Case Study
  51. Differential susceptibility and the early development of aggression: Interactive effects of respiratory sinus arrhythmia and environmental quality.
  52. Relations over Time among Children's Shyness, Emotionality, and Internalizing Problems
  53. Effortful Control, Executive Functions, and Education: Bringing Self-Regulatory and Social-Emotional Competencies to the Table
  54. Parental Expressivity, Child Physiological and Behavioral Regulation, and Child Adjustment: Testing a Three-Path Mediation Model
  55. Children's Effortful Control and Academic Achievement: Mediation Through Social Functioning
  56. Effortful Persistence and Body Mass as Predictors of Running Achievement in Children and Youth: A Longitudinal Study
  57. Physiological Regulation and Fearfulness as Predictors of Young Children's Empathy-related Reactions
  58. Joint contributions of peer acceptance and peer academic reputation to achievement in academically at-risk children: Mediating processes
  59. Child effortful control, teacher–student relationships, and achievement in academically at-risk children: Additive and interactive effects
  60. Erratum to: Children’s Adjustment and Child Mental Health Service Use: The Role of Parents’ Attitudes and Personal Service Use in an Upper Middle Class Sample
  61. Children’s Adjustment and Child Mental Health Service Use: The Role of Parents’ Attitudes and Personal Service Use in an Upper Middle Class Sample
  62. Relations of Temperament to Maladjustment and Ego Resiliency in At-risk Children
  63. Classifying Academically At-Risk First Graders into Engagement Types: Association with Long-Term Achievement Trajectories
  64. Academic Resilience and Reading: Building Successful Readers
  65. Longitudinal relations of children’s effortful control, impulsivity, and negative emotionality to their externalizing, internalizing, and co-occurring behavior problems.
  66. Positive and negative emotionality: Trajectories across six years and relations with social competence.
  67. Adaptive and effortful control and academic self-efficacy beliefs on achievement: A longitudinal study of 1st through 3rd graders
  68. Understanding Mother-Adolescent Conflict Discussions
  69. The relations of effortful control and impulsivity to children's sympathy: A longitudinal study
  70. Relations of maternal socialization and toddlers' effortful control to children's adjustment and social competence.
  71. Children's coping strategies and coping efficacy: Relations to parent socialization, child adjustment, and familial alcoholism
  72. Peer Relationships in Cultural Context
  73. Relations among mothers' expressivity, children's effortful control, and their problem behaviors: A four-year longitudinal study.
  74. Relations Among Positive Parenting, Children's Effortful Control, and Externalizing Problems: A Three-Wave Longitudinal Study
  75. Preschoolers’ effortful control and negative emotionality, immediate reactions to disappointment, and quality of social functioning
  76. The Longitudinal Relations of Regulation and Emotionality to Quality of Indonesian Children's Socioemotional Functioning.
  77. Children's Physiological Indices of Empathy and Their Socioemotional Adjustment: Does Caregivers' Expressivity Matter?
  78. Hate Speech: Asian American Students' Justice Judgments and Psychological Responses
  79. The Relations of Regulation and Negative Emotionality to Indonesian Children's Social Functioning
  80. The relations of parental emotional expressivity with quality of Indonesian children's social functioning.