Head Start

Presentations and posters addressing specific topics related to family structure and well-being given by NCFMR staff, faculty affiliates, and students during annual meetings of Head Start. The annual research conference seeks to identify and disseminate new research in early childhood and family issues, while encouraging dialogue among researchers, practitioners, and policy makers. 

  • Research on Young Children and Families: Effective Practices in an Age of Diversity and Change
    • Melissa A. Barnett, University of Arizona
      • Contextual instability and the influence of mothers’ parenting behaviors on the developmental outcomes of Mexican American toddlers
      • Mexican American mothers’ romantic relationship quality and toddlers’ social competence and behavior problems: The role of nurturing parenting and child gender

Updated: 11/19/2020 03:01PM