- Candise Lin, doctoral candidate in the Human Development program has received a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Award. November 2012
- The following HDQM Faculty received recognition for their outstanding achievements: Patricia A. Alexander (Regents Faculty Award for Mentoring); Ann A. Battle (COE Distinguished Outreach Award); Gregory Hancock (COE Distinguished Scholarship Award); Melanie Killen (Director of Graduate Studies of the Year Award); Andre Rupp (AERA Division D Significant Contribution to Research Methodology Award); and both Natasha Cabrera and Meredith Rowe (ADVANCE Award). Summer 2012
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Kenneth H. Rubin
General Research Area:
Social, emotional, and personality development; peer relationships; parenting and parent-child relationships; culture.
Areas of Student Supervision:
The origins and consequences of anxious-withdrawal, aggression, and social competence; parenting beliefs and behaviors; friendship; peer exclusion and victimization; cultural influences on peer and parent-child relationships.
Rubin, K.H., Coplan, R.J., & Bowker, J.C. (2009). Social withdrawal and shyness in childhood and adolescence. Annual Review of Psychology. 60, 141-171.
Rubin, K.H., Bukowski, W., & Laursen, B. (Eds.). (2009). Handbook of Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups. New York: Guilford.
McDonald, K., Bowker, J.C., Rubin, K.H. & Laursen, B. (2010). Interactions between rejection sensitivity and supportive relationships in the prediction of adolescent internalizing difficulties. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 563-574.
Rubin, K.H., Coplan, R. Chen, X., Bowker, J.C. & McDonald, K., & Menzer, M. (2011). Peer relationships in childhood. In M. H. Bornstein & M.E. Lamb (Eds.), Social and Emotional Development: An Advanced Textbook.. New York: Psychology Press.
Rubin, K.H., Oh, W., Menzer, M., & Ellison, K. (2011). Dyadic relationships from a cross cultural perspective: Parent-child relationships and friendship. In X. Chen, & K.H. Rubin, (Eds.) Socioemotional Development in Cultural Context. New York: Guilford.
The Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture
Laboratory For The Study of Child and Family Relationships