Natasha J. Cabrera
Natasha J. Cabrera
Professor, Human Development, University of Maryland
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Fatherhood in the twenty‐first century
N Cabrera, CS Tamis‐LeMonda, RH Bradley, S Hofferth, ME Lamb
Child Development 71 (1), 127-136, 2000
Fathers and mothers at play with their 2‐and 3‐year‐olds: Contributions to language and cognitive development
CS Tamis‐LeMonda, JD Shannon, NJ Cabrera, ME Lamb
Child development 75 (6), 1806-1820, 2004
Handbook of father involvement: Multidisciplinary perspectives.
CS Tamis-LeMonda, NE Cabrera
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2002
Fathers' influence on their children's cognitive and emotional development: From toddlers to pre-K
NJ Cabrera, JD Shannon, C Tamis-LeMonda
Applied Development Science 11 (4), 208-213, 2007
Fathers are parents, too! Widening the lens on parenting for children's development
NJ Cabrera, BL Volling, R Barr
Child Development Perspectives 12 (3), 152-157, 2018
The ecology of father‐child relationships: An expanded model
NJ Cabrera, HE Fitzgerald, RH Bradley, L Roggman
Journal of Family Theory & Review 6 (4), 336-354, 2014
Should researchers conceptualize differently the dimensions of parenting for fathers and mothers?
J Fagan, R Day, ME Lamb, NJ Cabrera
Journal of Family Theory & Review 6 (4), 390-405, 2014
Modeling the dynamics of paternal influences on children over the life course
N Cabrera, HE Fitzgerald, RH Bradley, L Roggman
Applied Development Science 11 (4), 185-189, 2007
Beyond rough and tumble: Low-income fathers' interactions and children's cognitive development at 24 months
JD Shannon, CS Tamis-LeMonda, K London, N Cabrera
Parenting: Science and practice 2 (2), 77-104, 2002
Influence of mother, father, and child risk on parenting and childrenĒs cognitive and social behaviors
NJ Cabrera, J Fagan, V Wight, C Schadler
Child development 82 (6), 1985-2005, 2011
Parental interactions with Latino infants: Variation by country of origin and English proficiency
NJ Cabrera, JD Shannon, J West, J Brooks‐Gunn
Child development 77 (5), 1190-1207, 2006
Explaining the long reach of fathersĒ prenatal involvement on later paternal engagement
NJ Cabrera, J Fagan, D Farrie
Journal of Marriage and Family 70 (5), 1094-1107, 2008
Going Beyond Input Quantity: Wh‐Questions Matter for Toddlers' Language and Cognitive Development
ML Rowe, KA Leech, N Cabrera
Cognitive science 41, 162-179, 2017
Patterns and predictors of father–infant engagement across race/ethnic groups
NJ Cabrera, SL Hofferth, S Chae
Early childhood research quarterly 26 (3), 365-375, 2011
Low-income, nonresident father involvement with their toddlers: variation by fathers' race and ethnicity.
NJ Cabrera, RM Ryan, SJ Mitchell, JD Shannon, CS Tamis-LeMonda
Journal of Family Psychology 22 (4), 643, 2008
Low-Income Fathers' Involvement in Their Toddlers' Lives: Biological Fathers From the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study.
NJ Cabrera, JD Shannon, C Vogel, C Tamis-LeMonda, RM Ryan, ...
Fathering: A journal of theory, research & practice about men as fathers 2 (1), 2004
African American, White and Latino fathersĒ activities with their sons and daughters in early childhood
AS Leavell, CS Tamis-LeMonda, DN Ruble, KM Zosuls, NJ Cabrera
Sex roles 66, 53-65, 2012
Perspectives on father involvement: Research and policy
CS Tamis-Le-Monda, NJ Cabrera
Society for Research in Child Development, 1999
Latino fathers and their children
NJ Cabrera, RH Bradley
Child Development Perspectives 6 (3), 232-238, 2012
Coparenting and children's school readiness: A mediational model
NJ Cabrera, M Scott, J Fagan, N Steward‐Streng, N Chien
Family process 51 (3), 307-324, 2012
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