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  1. A Guided Topic-Noise Model for Short Texts
  2. Preschool executive function and adult outcomes: A developmental cascade model.
  3. Early word‐learning skills: A missing link in understanding the vocabulary gap?
  4. Pathways from Socioeconomic Status to Early Academic Achievement: The Role of Specific Executive Functions
  5. Study Designs for Quantitative Social Science Research Using Social Media
  6. A Qualitative Analysis of Stay-At-Home Parents’ Spanking Tweets
  7. Preregistration of secondary data analysis: A template and tutorial
  8. Increasing the scientific rigor of infant and early childhood research
  9. “To Spank or Not to Spank? #discipline”: A Qualitative Analysis of Stay-At-Home Parents’ Spanking Tweets
  10. The Influence of College Education on Parents and Children in Low-Income Families
  11. An Overview of Issues in Infant and Developmental Research for the creation of Robust and Replicable Science
  12. SRCD 2019 Workshop - Tools for Improving the Transparency and Replicability of Developmental Research
  13. Contributions of Research Based on the PSID Child Development Supplement
  14. Executive function and academic achievement: Relations from early child to adolescence.
  15. Sharing as a model for understanding division
  16. Socioemotional wellbeing of mixed race/ethnicity children in the UK and US: Patterns and mechanisms
  17. Executive Function and Academic Achievement: Longitudinal Relations from Early Childhood to Adolescence.
  18. Relational Permanence and Psychological well-being among African American Adolescents in Foster Care
  19. Mapping the Growth of Heterogeneous Forms of Externalizing Problem Behavior Between Early Childhood and Adolescence:A Comparison of Parent and Teacher Ratings
  20. Answering Your Developmental Questions using Secondary Data
  21. Self-Concept Predicts Academic Achievement across Levels of the Achievement Distribution: Domain-Specificity for Math and Reading
  22. Family food talk, child eating behavior, and maternal feeding practices
  23. Self-Concept Predicts Academic Achievement Across Levels of the Achievement Distribution: Domain Specificity for Math and Reading
  25. Getting Under the Skin: Children’s Health Disparities as Embodiment of Social Class
  26. Environmental Contaminants and Child Development
  27. Preschool Enrollment, Classroom Instruction, Elementary School Context, and the Reading Achievement of Children from Low-Income Families
  28. Maternal Math Talk in the Home and Math Skills in Preschool Children
  29. Preface
  30. Introduction
  31. List of Contributors
  32. What relates to low income children into preschools?
  33. Socializing Children Through Language
  34. Answering Developmental Questions Using Secondary Data
  35. Socialization of maths in the home environment: using voice recordings to study maths talk / Socialización de matemáticas en el hogar: uso de grabaciones de voz para estudiar conversaciones matemáticas
  36. The Role of Mediators in the Development of Longitudinal Mathematics Achievement Associations
  37. Parenting with Digital Devices
  38. The association of punitive parenting practices and adolescent achievement.
  39. Adolescent Pregnancy's Intergenerational Effects: Does an Adolescent Mother's Education Have Consequences for Her Children's Achievement?
  40. The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System
  41. What's Past Is Prologue: Relations Between Early Mathematics Knowledge and High School Achievement
  42. Race/ethnic disparities in early childhood BMI, obesity and overweight in the United Kingdom and United States
  43. Trajectories of Achievement Within Race/Ethnicity: “Catching Up” in Achievement Across Time
  44. What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science
  45. Deconstructing the externalizing spectrum: Growth patterns of overt aggression, covert aggression, oppositional behavior, impulsivity/inattention, and emotion dysregulation between school entry and early adolescence
  46. Corrigendum
  47. Early Predictors of High School Mathematics Achievement
  48. Longitudinal Links Between Spanking and Children’s Externalizing Behaviors in a National Sample of White, Black, Hispanic, and Asian American Families
  49. Pathways to College: Latino Youth and the Transition to Higher Education
  50. Same-sex Sexuality and Adolescent Psychological Well-being: The Influence of Sexual Orientation, Early Reports of Same-sex Attraction, and Gender
  51. The Self in Action: An Emerging Link Between Self-Beliefs and Behaviors in Middle Childhood
  52. Educational Attainment in Developmental Perspective: Longitudinal Analyses of Continuity, Change, and Process
  53. Race Differences in Parental Influences on Child Achievement: Multiple Pathways to Success
  54. Increases in Maternal Education and Young Children's Language Skills
  55. Changes in the Relation of Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Behaviors Across Development
  56. Career Development From Adolescence Through Emerging Adulthood
  57. Development of Achievement Motivation
  58. Risk Factors of Sexual Harassment by Peers: A Longitudinal Investigation of African American and European American Adolescents
  59. Self-esteem, academic self-concept, and aggression at school
  60. Examining the Gender Gap in IT by Race: Young Adults’ Decisions to Pursue an IT Career
  61. Math and science motivation: A longitudinal examination of the links between choices and beliefs.
  62. Parents' Socializing Behavior and Children's Participation in Math, Science, and Computer Out-of-School Activities
  63. The slippery slope: What predicts math grades in middle and high school?
  64. The Influence of Parent Education and Family Income on Child Achievement: The Indirect Role of Parental Expectations and the Home Environment.
  65. Parents, Peers, and Problem Behavior: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Impact of Relationship Perceptions and Characteristics on the Development of Adolescent Problem Behavior.
  66. The intersection between self-concepts and values: Links between beliefs and choices in high school
  67. “I can, but I don't want to”: The Impact of Parents, Interests, and Activities on Gender Differences in Math
  68. Pamela Davis
  69. A Meta-Analysis of Measures of Self-Esteem for Young Children: A Framework for Future Measures
  70. Children's Time With Fathers in Intact Families
  71. Answering your Developmental Questions using Secondary Data
  72. Research Continues to Show That Spanking Is Not Effective and Is Associated With Childhood Behavior Problems in Several Ethnic Groups
  73. Comparing Voice Recordings of Mothers' Management Language in the Home with Survey Measures of Parenting
  74. Healthy Mind, Healthy Habits: The Influence of Activity Involvement in Middle Childhood