Diane L. Putnick
Diane L. Putnick
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
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Measurement invariance conventions and reporting: The state of the art and future directions for psychological research
DL Putnick, MH Bornstein
Developmental review 41, 71-90, 2016
II. More than just convenient: The scientific merits of homogeneous convenience samples
J Jager, DL Putnick, MH Bornstein
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 82 (2), 13-30, 2017
Sampling in developmental science: Situations, shortcomings, solutions, and standards
MH Bornstein, J Jager, DL Putnick
Developmental review 33 (4), 357-370, 2013
Cognitive and socioemotional caregiving in developing countries
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick
Child development 83 (1), 46-61, 2012
Maternal chronological age, prenatal and perinatal history, social support, and parenting of infants
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, JTD Suwalsky, M Gini
Child development 77 (4), 875-892, 2006
Parenting cognitions→ parenting practices→ child adjustment? The standard model
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, JTD Suwalsky
Development and psychopathology 30 (2), 399-416, 2018
A bilingual–monolingual comparison of young children's vocabulary size: Evidence from comprehension and production
A De Houwer, MH Bornstein, DL Putnick
Applied psycholinguistics 35 (6), 1189-1211, 2014
Parenting attributions and attitudes in cross-cultural perspective
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, JE Lansford
Parenting 11 (2-3), 214-237, 2011
Parenting stress, perceived parenting behaviors, and adolescent self-concept in European American families.
DL Putnick, MH Bornstein, C Hendricks, KM Painter, JTD Suwalsky, ...
Journal of Family Psychology 22 (5), 752, 2008
Perceived mother and father acceptance‐rejection predict four unique aspects of child adjustment across nine countries
DL Putnick, MH Bornstein, JE Lansford, PS Malone, C Pastorelli, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 56 (8), 923-932, 2015
Child development in developing countries: Introduction and methods
MH Bornstein, PR Britto, Y Nonoyama‐Tarumi, Y Ota, O Petrovic, ...
Child development 83 (1), 16-31, 2012
Mother-child emotional availability in ecological perspective: three countries, two regions, two genders.
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, M Heslington, M Gini, JTD Suwalsky, P Venuti, ...
Developmental psychology 44 (3), 666, 2008
Mother and father socially desirable responding in nine countries: Two kinds of agreement and relations to parenting self‐reports
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, JE Lansford, C Pastorelli, AT Skinner, ...
International Journal of Psychology 50 (3), 174-185, 2015
Agreement in mother and father acceptance-rejection, warmth, and hostility/rejection/neglect of children across nine countries
DL Putnick, MH Bornstein, JE Lansford, L Chang, K Deater-Deckard, ...
Cross-Cultural Research 46 (3), 191-223, 2012
Housing quality and access to material and learning resources within the home environment in developing countries
RH Bradley, DL Putnick
Child development 83 (1), 76-91, 2012
Stability of core language skill from early childhood to adolescence: A latent variable approach
MH Bornstein, CS Hahn, DL Putnick, JTD Suwalsky
Child development 85 (4), 1346-1356, 2014
Attitudes justifying domestic violence predict endorsement of corporal punishment and physical and psychological aggression towards children: a study in 25 low-and middle …
JE Lansford, K Deater-Deckard, MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, RH Bradley
The Journal of pediatrics 164 (5), 1208-1213, 2014
Neurobiology of culturally common maternal responses to infant cry
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, P Rigo, G Esposito, JE Swain, JTD Suwalsky, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (45), E9465-E9473, 2017
Long-term stability of language performance in very preterm, moderate-late preterm, and term children
DL Putnick, MH Bornstein, S Eryigit-Madzwamuse, D Wolke
The Journal of pediatrics 181, 74-79. e3, 2017
Continuity and stability in development
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, G Esposito
Child development perspectives 11 (2), 113-119, 2017
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