Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant
Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant
Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University
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Prediction of children's academic competence from their effortful control, relationships, and classroom participation.
C Valiente, K Lemery-Chalfant, J Swanson, M Reiser
Journal of educational psychology 100 (1), 67, 2008
Toddler and childhood temperament: expanded content, stronger genetic evidence, new evidence for the importance of environment.
HH Goldsmith, KA Buss, KS Lemery
Developmental psychology 33 (6), 891, 1997
Revealing the relation between temperament and behavior problem symptoms by eliminating measurement confounding: Expert ratings and factor analyses
KS Lemery, MJ Essex, NA Smider
Child development 73 (3), 867-882, 2002
Pathways to problem behaviors: Chaotic homes, parent and child effortful control, and parenting
C Valiente, K Lemery‐Chalfant, M Reiser
Social development 16 (2), 249-267, 2007
Postpartum depression prevalence and impact on infant health, weight, and sleep in low-income and ethnic minority women and infants
JL Gress-Smith, LJ Luecken, K Lemery-Chalfant, R Howe
Maternal and child health journal 16, 887-893, 2012
Laboratory temperament assessment battery: Preschool version
HH Goldsmith, J Reilly, KS Lemery, S Longley, A Prescott
Unpublished manuscript, 1995
Early caregiving and physiological stress responses
LJ Luecken, KS Lemery
Clinical psychology review 24 (2), 171-191, 2004
Developmental models of infant and childhood temperament.
KS Lemery, HH Goldsmith, MD Klinnert, DA Mrazek
Developmental Psychology 35 (1), 189, 1999
Genetic analyses of focal aspects of infant temperament.
HH Goldsmith, KS Lemery, KA Buss, JJ Campos
Developmental psychology 35 (4), 972, 1999
Linking temperamental fearfulness and anxiety symptoms: A behavior–genetic perspective
HH Goldsmith, KS Lemery
Biological psychiatry 48 (12), 1199-1209, 2000
Prediction of kindergartners' academic achievement from their effortful control and emotionality: Evidence for direct and moderated relations.
C Valiente, K Lemery-Chalfant, J Swanson
Journal of Educational Psychology 102 (3), 550, 2010
Examining the familial link between positive affect and empathy development in the second year
MM Volbrecht, K Lemery-Chalfant, N Aksan, C Zahn-Waxler, ...
The Journal of genetic psychology 168 (2), 105-130, 2007
Children's effortful control and academic competence: Mediation through school liking
C Valiente, K Lemery-Chalfant, KS Castro
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 1-25, 2007
Physiological regulation and fearfulness as predictors of young children's empathy‐related reactions
J Liew, N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad, ND Eggum, RG Haugen, A Kupfer, ...
Social Development 20 (1), 111-134, 2011
Predicting early adolescents˘ academic achievement, social competence, and physical health from parenting, ego resilience, and engagement coping
J Swanson, C Valiente, K Lemery-Chalfant, T Caitlin O'Brien
The Journal of Early Adolescence 31 (4), 548-576, 2011
The laboratory temperament assessment battery
HH Goldsmith, MK Rothbart
Locomotor version 3, 1999
Kindergartners' temperament, classroom engagement, and student–teacher relationship: Moderation by effortful control
C Valiente, J Swanson, K Lemery‐Chalfant
Social Development 21 (3), 558-576, 2012
Resilience in common life: introduction to the special issue.
MC Davis, L Luecken, K Lemery‐Chalfant
Journal of personality 77 (6), 2009
The development of stranger fear in infancy and toddlerhood: Normative development, individual differences, antecedents, and outcomes
RJ Brooker, KA Buss, K Lemery‐Chalfant, N Aksan, RJ Davidson, ...
Developmental science 16 (6), 864-878, 2013
Genetic relations between effortful and attentional control and symptoms of psychopathology in middle childhood
K Lemery‐Chalfant, L Doelger, HH Goldsmith
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2008
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