Katherine W. Paschall
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A two decade examination of historical race/ethnicity disparities in academic achievement by poverty status
KW Paschall, ET Gershoff, M Kuhfeld
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 47, 1164-1177, 2018
A review of 25 years of research in bidirectionality in parent–child relationships: An examination of methodological approaches
KW Paschall, AM Mastergeorge
International Journal of Behavioral Development 40 (5), 442-451, 2016
The development of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic achievement gaps during the school years
M Kuhfeld, E Gershoff, K Paschall
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 57, 62-73, 2018
Influences of parent engagement in early childhood education centers and the home on kindergarten school readiness
MA Barnett, KW Paschall, AM Mastergeorge, CA Cutshaw, SM Warren
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 53, 260-273, 2020
Latent classes of older foster youth: Prospective associations with outcomes and exits from the foster care system during the transition to adulthood
EA Miller, KW Paschall, ST Azar
Children and youth services review 79, 495-505, 2017
Patterns of interparental conflict, parenting, and children’s emotional insecurity: A person-centered approach.
O Kopystynska, KW Paschall, MA Barnett, MA Curran
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (7), 922, 2017
Economic and demographic factors impacting placement of students with autism
JA Kurth, AM Mastergeorge, K Paschall
Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities 51 (1), 3-12, 2016
The still-face paradigm and bidirectionality: Associations with maternal sensitivity, self-esteem and infant emotional reactivity
AM Mastergeorge, K Paschall, SR Loeb, A Dixon
Infant Behavior and Development 37 (3), 387-397, 2014
Children's negative emotionality moderates influence of parenting styles on preschool classroom adjustment
KW Paschall, H Gonzalez, JA Mortensen, MA Barnett, AM Mastergeorge
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 39, 1-13, 2015
Professional characteristics of the early care and education workforce: Descriptions by race, ethnicity, languages spoken, and nativity status
K Paschall, R Madill, T Halle
Washington, DC: HHS, ACF, OPRE, 2020
Persistent economic insecurity and harsh parenting: A latent transition analysis
A Conrad, KW Paschall, V Johnson
Children and Youth Services Review 101, 12-22, 2019
Demographic characteristics of the early care and education workforce: Comparisons with child and community characteristics
K Paschall, R Madill, T Halle
Washington, DC: HHS, ACF, OPRE, 2020
Lessons from a historic decline in child poverty
D Thomson, R Ryberg, K Harper, J Fuller, K Paschall, J Franklin, ...
Child Trends, 2022
Nearly 30 percent of infants and toddlers attend home-based child care as their primary arrangement
K Paschall
Washington, DC: Child Trends, 2019
Determining risk for child physical harm through the classification of economic insecurity
A Conrad-Hiebner, KW Paschall
Children and Youth Services Review 78, 161-169, 2017
Pathways linking parental relationship changes, depressive symptoms, and parenting behaviors to young children's development
MA Barnett, KW Paschall, O Kopystynska, SM Warren, MA Curran
Family Relations 70 (3), 905-920, 2021
Early Care and Education in Rural Communities
K Paschall, T Halle, K Maxwell
Office of Planning Research and Evaluation, 2020
Parent engagement in early care and education settings: Relationship with engagement practices and child, parent, and centre characteristics
CA Cutshaw, AM Mastergeorge, MA Barnett, KW Paschall
Early Child Development and Care 192 (3), 442-457, 2022
Pregnancy intentions and family functioning among low-income, unmarried couples: Person-centered analyses.
X Li, M Curran, K Paschall, M Barnett, O Kopystynska
Journal of Family Psychology 33 (7), 830, 2019
Associations between child physical abuse potential, observed maternal parenting, and young children's emotion regulation: Is participation in Early Head Start protective?
KW Paschall, AM Mastergeorge, CC Ayoub
Infant mental health journal 40 (2), 169-185, 2019
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