John W. Fantuzzo

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Education University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Tests and Measurements Education, Early Childhood Education, Psychometrics Psychology
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Julia Mendez grad student
Cynthia A. Rohrbeck grad student 1982-1984 Penn (Neurotree)
Christine M. McWayne grad student 2003 Penn
Rebecca J. Shearer grad student 2004 Penn
Judith A. King grad student 2006 Penn
Yumiko Sekino grad student 2006 Penn
Marlo A. Perry grad student 2007 Penn
Staci M. Perlman grad student 2010 Penn
Katherine M. Barghaus grad student 2012 Penn
Whitney A. LeBoeuf grad student 2013 Penn
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Fantuzzo J, McWayne CM, Perry MA, et al. (2019) Multiple Dimensions of Family Involvement and Their Relations to Behavioral and Learning Competencies for Urban, Low-Income Children School Psychology Review. 33: 467-480
Fantuzzo JW, LeBoeuf WA, Brumley B, et al. (2019) What's behind being behind? Using integrated administrative data to enhance our understanding of how publicly monitored early risk experiences uniquely affect children's growth in reading achievement Children and Youth Services Review. 96: 326-335
McDermott PA, Rikoon SH, Fantuzzo JW. (2016) Transition and protective agency of early childhood learning behaviors as portents of later school attendance and adjustment. Journal of School Psychology. 54: 59-75
LeBoeuf WA, Fantuzzo JW. (2016) Effects of intradistrict school mobility and high student turnover rates on early reading achievement Applied Developmental Science. 22: 43-57
Barghaus K, Fantuzzo J, LeBoeuf W, et al. (2016) Problems in Classroom Engagement: Validation of an Assessment for District-Wide Use in the Early Primary Grades Early Education and Development. 28: 154-166
Brumley B, Fantuzzo J, Perlman S, et al. (2015) The Unique Relations between Early Homelessness and Educational Well-Being: An Empirical Test of the Continuum of Risk Hypothesis. Children and Youth Services Review. 48: 31-37
Fantuzzo JW, LeBoeuf WA, Rouse HL. (2014) An Investigation of the Relations Between School Concentrations of Student Risk Factors and Student Educational Well-Being Educational Researcher. 43: 25-36
Barghaus KM, Fantuzzo JW. (2014) Validation of the Preschool Child Observation Record: Does It Pass the Test for Use in Head Start? Early Education and Development
McDermott PA, Rikoon SH, Fantuzzo JW. (2014) Tracing children's approaches to learning through head start, kindergarten, and first grade: Different pathways to different outcomes Journal of Educational Psychology. 106: 200-213
Fantuzzo J, Leboeuf W, Brumley B, et al. (2013) A Population-Based Inquiry of Homeless Episode Characteristics and Early Educational Well-Being. Children and Youth Services Review. 35: 966-972
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