CV and Recent Selected Publications
Selected Recent Publications
Brophy-Herb, H.E., *Merckling, D., *Senehi, N., & *Kwon, A. (2016). The role of emotion
socialization in child flourishing. In D. Narvez, J. Braungart-Rieker, L. Miller, L. Gettler, & P. Hastings (Eds.), pp 79-101, Contexts for Young Child Flourishing: Evolution, Family and Society. New York: Oxford University Press.
Brophy-Herb, H.E., Bocknek, E., Vallotton, C., Stansbury, K., *Senehi, N., *Dalimonte-
Merckling, D., *Lee, Y. (2015). Toddlers with early behavior problems at higher family demographic risk benefit the most from maternal emotion talk. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 36(7), 512-520.
Valotton, C., *Harewood, T., Froyen, L., Brophy-Herb, H., & Ayoub, C. (2016). Moms’
and dads’ mental health matters today and tomorrow. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 37, 81-93.
**Bocknek, E., Dayton, C., Brophy-Herb, H., Raveau, H., & Fitzgerald, H. (in press).
Routine Active Playtime with Fathers is Associated with Toddlers’ Emotion Regulation Competencies. Merrill Palmer Quarterly.
*Harewood, T., Vallotton, C. D., & Brophy-Herb, H. (in press). More than just the
breadwinner: The effects of fathers’ parenting stress on children's language and cognitive development. Infant and Child Development.
*Lee, Y., Brophy-Herb, H. E., Vallotton, C., Griffore, R., Carlson, J., & Robinson, J. (2016). Do
young children’s representations of discipline and empathy moderate the effects of punishment on emotion regulation? Social Development, 25 (1), 120-138.
**Martoccio, T. L., Brophy-Herb, H. E., Maupin, A. N., & Robinson, J. L. (2016).
Longitudinal pathways of early maternal depression to children’s dysregulated representations: A moderated mediation analysis of harsh parenting and gender. Attachment and Human Development, 18(1), 46-68. DOI:10.1080/14616734.2015.1111397
Vallotton, C., Torquati, J., Ispa, H., Chazan-Cohen, r., Henk, J., Fusaro, M., Peterson, C.,
Roggman, L., Stacks, A., Cook, G., & Brophy-Herb, H. (2016). Understanding Future Infant/Toddler Professionals: Attachment Predicts College Students' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills for Working with Infants, Toddlers, and Families. Early Education and Development, 27(2), 275-302.
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