Publications and Presentations

from the

Personality and Social Development Research Laboratory

Publications and Presentations using data from the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development:

Submitted

Ohba, C. & Weinraub, M. Maternal return to employment: Effects on mothers and their young children. Submitted to Developmental Psychology.

Tran, H., & Weinraub, M. Child Care Effects in Context: Quality, Stability, and Multiplicity in Nonmaternal Child Care Arrangements During the First Fifteen Months of Life. Submitted to Developmental Psychology.

Peer Reviewed Articles

2006   Weinraub, Marsha, Armando, Tina, & Shlay, Anne. Building Better Child Care: An Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Child Care Challenge Grant Program. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University, Department of Psychology.

2005    Weinraub, M., Shlay, A., Harmon, M., Tran, H.  Subsidizing child care: How child care subsidies affect the child care used by low-income African American families. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 20, 373-392.

2005    Shlay, A., Weinraub, M., Tran, H., Harmon, M. Teasing apart the child care conundrum: A factorial survey analysis of perceptions of child care quality, fair market price and willingness to pay by low-income, African American parents.  Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 20, 393-416.

2004    Shlay, A. B., Weinraub, M., Harmon, M., & Tran, H. Barriers to subsidies: Reasons why low-income families do not use child care subsidies.  Social Science Research, (33) 1, 134-157.

2004 Horvath, D. The stability and factor structure of parenting behavior over the first six years of life. Manuscript under review at Early Childhood Research Quarterly.

2004 Horvath, D., Weinraub, M., Jaeger, E., & Fegley, S. Can we talk? Attachment during early childhood. Paper in preparation for submission to Attachment & Human Development

2003

Horvath, D. Developmental changes in parenting from infancy through early childhood. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Horvath, D. L. Parenting over time: A developmental perspective. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Ohba, C., Weinraub, M. & Maranga, R. Does early maternal depression have lasting effects on children’s socio-emotional development? Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Tran, H. & Weinraub, M. Child care effects must be viewed in context: Stability and multiplicity effects depend on quality of child care in the first year of life. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL.

Tran, H. The effects of quality, stability, and multiplicity in nonmaternal child care arrangements during the first year of life. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa Bay, FL.

2002

Weinraub, M.; Horvath, D. L., Gringlas, M.B. (2002). Single Parenthood. In: M. H. Bornstein, (Ed.); Handbook of Parenting: Vol. 3: Being and Becoming a Parent (2nd ed.). Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. pp.109-140.

2001

Horvath, D., Weinraub, M. & Jaeger, E. Can we talk? Attachment during the early-years of middle childhood. Poster presented at the biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, MN.

Weinraub, M., Hill, C. & Hirsh-Pasek. Child Care: Options and Outcomes. In Encyclopedia of Women and Gender, Vol. (1) Judith Worell, (Ed.) Academic Press, San Diego, Ca. 233-244.

1995

Weinraub, M. & Gringlas, M. Single parenthood. In M.H. Bornstein (Ed.), Handbook of Parenting. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 65-87.

Gringlas, M. & Weinraub, M. The more things change: Single parenting revisited. Journal of Family Issues, 29-52.

1994

Friedman, S.L., Brooks-Gunn, J., Vandell, D. & Weinraub, M. Effects of child care on psychological development: Issues and future directions for research. Pediatrics, 1069-1070.

1993

Hauseman, C., Weinraub, M. & McCartney, K. Changing Patterns of Child Care: Implications for Sleep Disorders. National Report on Sleep Disorders, Washington, DC.

For a complete list of NICHD Early Child Care Research Network presentations go to https://secc.rti.org/publications.cfm

Research Reports

2007    Shlay, Anne B., Weinraub, Marsha, & Harmon, Michelle. Leaving welfare for employment: The role of child care subsidies for White, Hispanic and African American families. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University. Department of Sociology.

2007    Shlay, Anne B., Weinraub, Marsha, & Harmon, Michelle. Racial and Ethnic differences in welfare leavers’ child care preferences: A Factorial Survey analyses. Philadelphia, PA:        Temple University. Department of Sociology.

2006    Harmon, Michelle & Weinraub, Marsha. Getting a jumpstart on literacy: A pilot evaluation of the One Book, Every Young Child program. Philadelphia, PA.: Temple University, Department of Psychology.

2004    Shlay, Anne B., Weinraub, Marsha, Tran, Henry & Harmon, Michelle. How low-income, African American mothers evaluate child care arrangements:  A factorial survey of parent preferences, willingness to Pay and Fair Price. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy.

2002    Shlay, Anne B., Weinraub, Marsha, Harmon, Michelle, & Tran, Henry. Barriers to Child Care Subsidies: The Influence of family Characteristics on Child Care Subsidies: Progress Report #2.  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy.
2002    Shlay, Anne B., Weinraub, Marsha, Harmon, Michelle, & Tran, Henry. Barriers to Subsidies: Reasons Why Low-Income families do not use child care subsidies: One Year Report.  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University, Center for Public Policy. 

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

2004    Weinraub, Marsha, Michelle Harmon, Anne B. Shlay, and Henry Tran. Helping Families with Child Care Costs: Do Subsidies Affect the Child Care of Low-Income African American Families? Poster Presented at the Child Care Bureau Child Care Policy Research Consortium Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., (April).

2003    Harmon, Michelle, Henry Tran, Marsha Weinraub and Anne B. Shlay. Barriers to Subsidies: Why Low-Income Families Do Not Use Child Care  Subsidies.  Poster Session Presented at the Biennial Meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development in Tampa, FL., (April).                  

2003    Shlay, Anne, B., Marsha Weinraub, Henry Tran and Michelle Harmon. A Factorial Survey Analysis of Parent Preferences, Fair Market Value and Willingness to Pay.  Presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium in Washington, D.C., (April).


2003    Shlay, Anne, Marsha Weinraub, Michelle Harmon and Henry Tran. Barriers to Child Care Subsidies: Reasons Why Low-Income Families Do Not Use Child Care Subsidies. Presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in Atlanta, GA (August).

 

2003    Tran, Henry, Anne Shlay, Michelle Harmon, and Marsha Weinraub.  A Factorial Survey Analysis of Parent Preferences, Fair Market Value and Willingness to Pay.  Poster presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium in Washington, D.C. (April).

2002    Shlay, Anne and Michelle Harmon. “Talking to People About Child Care Needs and Preferences: Methods and Perspectives.”  Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium in Arlington, VA (April). 

For information, contact mweinrau@temple.edu.