Rebecca M. Ryan, Ph.D.

2006 Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Jeanne Brooks-Gunn grad student 2006 Columbia
 (Are two parents always better than one? The moderating effect of parental risk factors on associations between family structure and early child outcomes.)
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Steimle S, Gassman-Pines A, Johnson AD, et al. (2021) Understanding patterns of food insecurity and family well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic using daily surveys. Child Development
Hines CT, Padilla CM, Ryan RM. (2020) The Effect of Birth weight on Child Development Prior to School Entry. Child Development
Kalil A, Ryan R. (2020) Parenting Practices and Socioeconomic Gaps in Childhood Outcomes The Future of Children. 30: 29-54
Martin K, Ryan R, Delaney T, et al. (2020) Radon From the Ground into Our Schools: Parent and Guardian Awareness of Radon Sage Open. 10: 215824402091454
Ryan RM, Kalil A, Hines C, et al. (2020) Trends in Parental Values in a Period of U.S. Labor Market Change Journal of Marriage and Family
Padilla CM, Ryan RM. (2020) School readiness among children of Hispanic immigrants and their peers: The role of parental cognitive stimulation and early care and education Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 52: 154-168
Schochet ON, Johnson AD, Ryan RM. (2020) The relationship between increases in low-income mothers’ education and children’s early outcomes: Variation by developmental stage and domain Children and Youth Services Review. 109: 104705
Padilla CM, Hines CT, Ryan RM. (2020) Infant temperament, parenting and behavior problems: Variation by parental education and income Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 70: 101179
Calvert SL, Putnam MM, Aguiar NR, et al. (2019) Young Children's Mathematical Learning From Intelligent Characters. Child Development
Padilla CM, Ryan RM. (2019) The link between child temperament and low-income mothers' and fathers' parenting. Infant Mental Health Journal
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