Erin Sibley, Ph.D.

2014 Counseling, Developmental and Educational Psychology Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Elementary Education, Educational Psychology Education, Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Eric Dearing grad student 2014 Boston College
 (Educational involvement among immigrant and U.S.-born families: Antecedents, trajectories, and child outcomes during elementary school.)
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Dearing E, Walsh ME, Sibley E, et al. (2016) Can Community and School-Based Supports Improve the Achievement of First-Generation Immigrant Children Attending High-Poverty Schools? Child Development
Brabeck KM, Sibley E, Lykes MB. (2016) Authorized and Unauthorized Immigrant Parents: The Impact of Legal Vulnerability on Family Contexts Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences. 38: 3-30
Brabeck KM, Sibley E. (2016) Immigrant Parent Legal Status, Parent–Child Relationships, and Child Social Emotional Wellbeing: A Middle Childhood Perspective Journal of Child and Family Studies. 25: 1155-1167
Brabeck KM, Sibley E, Taubin P, et al. (2015) The influence of immigrant parent legal status on U.S.-born children's academic abilities: The moderating effects of social service use Applied Developmental Science. 1-13
Brabeck K, Lykes MB, Sibley E, et al. (2015) Ethical Ambiguities in Participatory Action Research With Unauthorized Migrants Ethics and Behavior. 25: 21-36
Brinton Lykes M, Sibley E. (2015) Correction to Liberation Psychology and Pragmatic Solidarity: North-South Collaborations Through The Ignacio Martín-Baró Fund [Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2014, 20(3), pp. 209-226] Peace and Conflict. 21: 281
Dearing E, Sibley E, Nha Nguyen H. (2015) Achievement mediators of family engagement in childrens education a family school community systems model Processes and Pathways of Family-School Partnerships Across Development. 17-23
Lykes MB, Sibley E. (2014) Liberation psychology and pragmatic solidarity: North-south collaborations through the Ignacio Martín-Baró fund Peace and Conflict. 20: 209-226
Sibley E, Dearing E. (2014) Family educational involvement and child achievement in early elementary school for american-born and immigrant families Psychology in the Schools. 51: 814-831
Lykes MB, Sibley E. (2013) Exploring meaning-making with adolescents 'left behind' by migration Educational Action Research. 21: 565-581
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