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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.

Cabrera, N, Villaruel, F, and Fitzgerald, H (2011).
Latina/o Adolescent Psychology and Mental Health: Volume 2: Adolescent Development
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

McFadden, K, Tamis-LeMonda, C, and Cabrera, N (2011).
Quality matters: Low-income fathers' engagement in learning activities in early childhood predict children's academic performance in fifth grade
Family Science, 2(2):120-130.

Cabrera, N (2010).
Father Involvement and Public Policies
In: The Role of the Father in Child Development, ed. by Michael E. Lamb. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, chap. 18, pp. 517-550.

Cabrera, N and Mitchell, S (2009).
An Exploratory Study of Fathers Parenting Stress and Toddlers Social Development in Low-Income African American Families
Fathering, 7(3):201-225.

Cabrera, N and Roy, K (2009).
Father involvement and children-at risk in low-income families
In: Families as they really are, ed. by B. Risman. New York: W.W. Norton, chap. III, pp. 301-306.

Cabrera, N, Rodriguez, J, and Lubar, A (2009).
Early Intervention Programs: The case of Head Start for Latino Children
In: Handbook of latino Psychology, ed. by F. Villaruel, G. Carlo, J. Grau,M. Azmitia, N. Caberera, J. Chahin . Sage, chap. 15, pp. 251-266.

Cabrera, N, Shannon, J, and La Taillade, J (2009).
Predictors of coparenting in Mexican American families and links to parenting and child social emotional development
Infant Mental Health Journal, 30(5):523-548.

Cabrera, N, Shannon, J, Mitchell, S, and West, J (2009).
Mexican American Mothers and Fathers Prenatal Attitudes and Father Prenatal Involvement: Links to Mother-Infant Interaction and Father Engagement
Special issue of the Journal of Sex Roles, 60:510-526.

Cabrera, N, Shannon, J, Tamis-LeMonda, C, and Lamb, M (2009).
Who Stays and Who Leaves? Father Accessibility Across Children First Five Years
Parenting, Special Issue: Transition to Parenthood:78-100.

Cabrera, N, Villarruel, F, Carlo, G, Crau, J, Azmitia, M, and Chahin, J (2009).
Handbook of U.S. Latino Psychology: Development and Community-Based Perspectives
Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA.

Cabrera, NJ, Fagan, J, and Farrie, D (2008).
Explaining the Long Reach of Fathers' Prenatal Involvement on Later Paternal Engagement
Journal of Marriage and Family, 70(5):1094-1107 .

Cabrera, NJ, Ryan, RM, Mitchell, SJ, Shannon, JD, and Tamis-LeMonda, CS (2008).
Low-Income, Nonresident Father Involvement With Their Toddlers: Variation by Fathers' Race and Ethnicity
Journal of Family Psychology, 22(4):643-647 .

Cabrera, N and Epstein, D (2007).
Latino Children in the U S
In: Chicago Companion To the Child, ed. by Shweder, R A (Ed ), University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Cabrera, N, Fitzgerald, H, Bradley, R, and Roggman, L (2007).
Modeling the Dynamics of Paternal Influences on Children Over the Life Course
Applied Developmental Science, 11(4):185-190.

Cabrera, N, Shannon, J, and C, T (2007).
Fathers' Influence on Their Children's Cognitive and Emotional Development: From Toddlers to Pre-K
Applied Developmental Science, 11(4):208-213.

Jolley, S, See, H, Tarkow, A, McFadden, K, Epstein, D, Cabrera, N, and Shannon, J (2007).
Methodological Challenges of Studying Low-Income Fathers
Applied Developmental Science, 11(4):239-244.

Cabrera, N, Shannon, J, West, J, and Brooks-Gunn, J (2006).
Parental Interactions With Latino Infants: Variation by Country of Origin and English Proficiency
Child Development (Special Issue on Race, Ethnicity and Culture), 77(5):1190-1207.

Cabrera, NP and Hutchens, R (2006).
From Welfare to Child Care: What Happens to Young Children When Single Mothers Exchange Welfare for Work
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ.

Cabrera, N (2005).
Father involvement: Models and theoretical frameworks
Miscellaneous publication.

Cabrera, N (2004).
In their own voices: How men become fathers: Essay review of Involved fathering and men’s adult development: Provisional balances by Rob Palkovitz
Miscellaneous publication.

Cabrera, N (2004).
Guest Editorial
Miscellaneous publication.

Cabrera, N and Garcia-Coll, C (2004).
Latino Fathers: Uncharted territory in need of much exploration
In: The role of father in child development, (Fourth Edition), pp. 98-120, Wiley, Hoboken NJ.

Cabrera, NJ, Moore, K, West, J, and al, e (2004).
The DADS Initiative: Measuring Father Involvement in Large Scale Surveys
In: Measuring Father Involvement, ed. by R Day, pp. 417-452, Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ.

N, C, Ryan, R, Shannon, J, Brooks-Gunn, J, Vogel, C, Raikes, H, and Tamis-LeMonda, C (2004).
Low-income biological fathers’ involvement in their toddlers lives: The Early Head Start National Research and Evaluation Study
Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, And Practice About Men as Fathers:30-May.

Tamis-LeMonda, C, Shannon, J, Cabrera, N, and Lamb, M (2004).
Fathers’ and mothers’ play with their 2- and 3-year-olds: Contributions to language and cognitive development
Child Development, 75(6):1806-1820.

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