Elizabeth Steinberg, M.A.
Bio: Elizabeth is currently in her fourth year of graduate studies at Temple. She received her B.A. in psychology from Yale University, and her M.A. in clinical psychology from Temple University. She currently works with Dr. Deb Drabick. Elizabeth is broadly interested in the influences of social, biological, and contextual factors on the development of externalizing behavior disorders in children. Specifically, she is interested in the bidirectional relations between parenting factors, such as emotion socialization strategies, and child-specific factors associated with ADHD and ODD.
Steinberg, E.A., & Drabick, D.A.G. (June 2012). Profiles of Parental Coping with Children’s Negative Emotions and Relations with Children’s ADHD Symptoms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, D.C.Sprafkin, J., Steinberg, E.A., & Drabick, D.A.G. (manuscript under review) Agreement among Symptom Count, Symptom Severity, and Impairment Cutoff Scores for ADHD and Commonly Co-occurring Conditions.
Ventola, P., Saulnier, C.A., Steinberg, E., Chawarska, K., & Klin, A. Early-Emerging Social Adaptive Skills in Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Item Analysis. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10803-011-1278-xSteinberg, E.A., Drabick, D.A.G. (June 2011).Does Maternal Sensitivity Mediate the Relation between Childhood Self-Regulation and Adolescent Self-Control?Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, D.C.
Steinberg, E.A., Carpenter, J.L., & Drabick, D.A.G. (June 2010).Child Temperament Moderates the Effect of Negative Parental Coping on ODD and GAD among Inner-City Children.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Denver, CO.