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Natasha Cabrera Publications

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

There are 74 references in this bibliography folder.

Karberg, E and Cabrera, NJ (In press).
Children’s Adjustment to Parents’ Breakup: The Mediational Effects of Parenting and Coparenting
Journal of Family Issues.

O'Connor, TM, Perez, O, Beltran, A, García, IC, Arredondo, A, Cardona, RP, Cabrera, N, Thompson, D, Baranowski, T, and Morgan, PJ (2020).
Cultural adaptation of ‘Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids’ for Hispanic families: applying the ecological validity model
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 17(52).

Cabrera, N, Karberg, E, and Fagan, J (2019).
Family Structure Change Among Latinos: Variation by Ecologic Risk
Journal of Family Issues, 40(15):2123–2145.

Kuhns, C and Cabrera, NJ (2019).
Low-income Latino mothers’ and fathers’ control strategies and toddler compliance.
Journal of Latinx Psychology.

Kuhns, C, Cabrera, N, Hennigar, A, and et al (2018).
Latino and African-American Parental Resources, Investments, and Socialization Practices: Supporting Toddler’s Language and Social Skills
Academic Socialization of Young Black and Latino Children:5-37.

Cabrera, N, Malin, J, Kuhns, C, and West, J (2017).
The early home environment of Latino boys and their peers: A developmental perspective
Infant Mental Health Journal , 38(1):97-114.

Aldoney, D and Cabrera, N (2016).
Raising American citizens: Socialization goals of low-income immigrant Latino mothers and fathers of young children
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25(12):3607-3618.

Cabrera, N, Fitzgerald, H, Bradley, R, and Roggman, L (2014).
The Ecology of Father-Child Relationships: An Expanded Model
Journal of Family Theory and Review, 6:336-354.

Cabrera, N, Hofferth, S, and Hancock, G (2014).
Family structure, maternal employment, and change in children’s externalizing problem behavior: Differences by age and self-regulation
European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 11:136-158.

Leech, K, Salo, V, Rowe, M, and Cabrera, N (2013).
Father input and child vocabulary development: The importance of Wh questions and clarification requests
Seminars in Speech and Language, 34(4):249-59.

Cabrera, N (2012).
An Ecological View of the Socialization Process of Latino Children
In: Re-Visioning the Beginning: Developmental and Health Science Contributions to Infant/Toddler Programs for Children and Families Living in Poverty, ed. by Sl. L. Odom, E. Pungello, & N. Gardner-Neblett, Sage.

Cabrera, N and Bradley, R (2012).
Latino fathers and their children
Child Development Perpspectives, 6:232-238.

Cabrera, N and Fagan, J (2012).
Longitudinal and reciprocal associations between coparenting conflict and father engagement
Journal of Family Psychology, 26(6):1004-1011.

Cabrera, N and Tamis-LeMonda, C (2012).
Handbook of father involvement: Multidisciplinary perspective, 2nd Edition
Mahwah, NJ: Routledge.

Cabrera, N, Aldoney, D, and Tamis-LeMonda, C (2012).
Latino fathers
In: Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Second Edition, ed. by N.J. Cabrera & C.S. Tamis-LeMonda. New York: Routledge, chap. , pp. .

Cabrera, N, Cook, G, McFadden, K, and Bradley, R (2012).
Father residence and father-child relationship quality: Peer relationships and externalizing behavioral problems
Family Science, 2:109-119.

Cabrera, N, Scott, M, and Fagan, J (2012).
Direct and indirect effects of the association between coparenting conflict on children’s cognitive and social skills
Family Process on Coparenting in Fragile Families, 51(3):307-24.

Cabrera, N, Tamis-LeMonda, C, and McFadden, K (2012).
Quality matters: Low-income fathers’ engagement in learning activities in early childhood predicts children’s academic performance in fifth grade
Family Science, 2:120-130.

Cabrera, N, Tamis-LeMonda, C, Bradley, R, Shannon, J, and Hancock, G (2012).
Parenting during early childhood in low-income families: Variation by child gender
Family Science, 3(3-4):201-214.

Tamis-LeMonda, C, Baumwell, L, and Cabrera, N (2012).
Fathers’ role in children’s language development
New York: Routledge, Second Edition (pp. 135-150) ed. Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives.

Cabrera, N, Aldoney, D, Kondelis, B, Kennedy, T, and Watkins-Lewis, K (2011).
Social Adaptation and Positive Adjustment of Young Latino Children
In: Volume of Latina/o Adolescent Psychology and Mental Health: Vol. 2: Adolescent Development, ed. by N. Cabrera, F. Villarruel, and H. Fitzgerald, ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA.

Cabrera, N, Cook, G, McFadden, K, and Bradley, R (2011).
Father residence and father-child Relationship quality: Peer relationships and externalizing behavioral problems
Journal of Family Science, 2(2):109-119.

Cabrera, N, Fagan, J, Schadler, C, and Wight, V (2011).
The influence of mother, father, and child risk on parenting and children's cognitive and social behaviors
Child Development.

Cabrera, N, Hofferth, S, and Chae, S (2011).
Patterns and Predictors of Father-Infant Engagement across Race/ethnic Groups.
Early Childhood Quarterly, 26:365-375.

Cabrera, N, Villaruel, F, and Fitzgerald, H (2011).
Latina/o Child Psychology and Mental Health: Volume 1: Early to Middle Childhood: Development and Context.
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

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