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Oscar Barbarin Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 14 references in this bibliography folder.

Barbarin, OA, Hitti, A, and Copeland-Linder, N (In press).
Behavioral and Emotional Development of African American Boys Growing Up in Risky Environments
Child Development Perspectives, 0(0):1-6.

Gaylord-Harden, NK, Graham, S, Barbarin, O, Tolan, PH, and Murry, VM (2021).
Coping and adaptation in challenging environments: Introduction to the special issue on development of boys and young men of color
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 72:101220.

Fannin, D, Barbarin, O, and Crais, E (2018).
Effects of Mothers' and Preschoolers' Communicative Function Use and Demographic on Concurrent Language and Social Skills
Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing:79-99.

Barbarin O and Aikens, N (2015).
Overcoming the Educational Disadvantages of Poor Children: How Much Do Teacher Preparation, Workload, and Expectations Matter.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 85:101–105.

Barbarin, O (2015).
Parental Practices and Developmental Challenges of Boys of Color: Opportunities for Early Intervention.
Zero to Three: 9-18.

Stein, A, Desmond, C, Garbarino, J, Van Ijzendoorn, M, Barbarin, O, Black, M, Stein, A, Hillis, S, Kalichman, S, Mercy, J, Bakermans-Kranenburgd, M, Rapak, E, Saul, J, Dobrova-Krold, N, and Richter, R (2014).
Predicting long-term outcomes for children affected by HIV and AIDS: perspectives from the scientific study of children’s development.
AIDS, 14:S1-S8.

Barbarin O (2013).
A Longitudinal Examination of Socio-emotional Learning in African American and Latino Boys Across the Transition From Pre-K to Kindergarten.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:156–164.

Barbarin O and Jean-Baptiste, E (2013).
The Relation of Dialogic, Control, and Racial Socialization Practices to Early Academic and Social Competence: Effects of Gender, Ethnicity, and Family SES.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:207–217.

Barbarin O, Iruka, I, Harradine, C, Winn, D, McKinney, M, and Taylor, L (2013).
Development of Social-Emotional Competence in Boys of Color: A Cross-Sectional Cohort Analysis from Pre-K to Second Grade.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:145–155.

Barbarin, O (2013).
Development of Boys of Color: An introduction.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:143–144.

Brown, J, Barbarin, O, and Scott, K (2013).
Socioemotional trajectories in Black boys between kindergarten and fifth grade: The role of cognitive skills and family in promoting resiliency.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:185-193.

Howard, L, Rose, J, and Barbarin, O (2013).
Raising African American boys: An exploration of gender and racial socialization practices.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:218- 230.

Scott, K, Barbarin, O, and Brown, J (2013).
From Higher Order Thinking to Higher Order Behavior: Exploring the relationship between early cognitive skills and social competence in Black boys.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83:176-184.

Vaz, L, Maman, S, Eng, E, Barbarin, O, Tshikandu, T, and Behets, F (2011).
Patterns of Disclosure of HIV- Status to Infected Children in a Sub Saharan African Setting
Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 32(4):307-315.

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