Robin L. Harwood

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Park HY, Harwood RL, Yu SM, et al. (2016) Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Research Programs of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Pediatrics. 137: S61-6
Carlson VJ, Harwood RL. (2014) The precursors of attachment security: Behavioral systems and culture Different Faces of Attachment: Cultural Variations On a Universal Human Need. 278-304
Harwood RL, Yu SM, Kavanagh L. (2013) The creation of the federal MCH Extramural Research Program, 1950-1969: lessons for today. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 17: 391-8
Park HY, Lin SC, Harwood RL, et al. (2012) Autism Intervention Research Programs of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Pediatrics. 130: S59-61
Lin SC, Yu SM, Harwood RL. (2012) Autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities in children from immigrant families in the United States. Pediatrics. 130: S191-7
Citlak B, Leyendecker B, Schölmerich A, et al. (2008) Socialization goals among first- and second-generation migrant Turkish and German mothers International Journal of Behavioral Development. 32: 56-65
Harwood RL, Yalçinkaya A, Citlak B, et al. (2006) Exploring the concept of respect among Turkish and Puerto Rican migrant mothers. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 9-24
Harwood RL. (2006) Multidimensional culture and the search for universals Human Development. 49: 122-128
Carlson VJ, Harwood RL. (2003) Attachment, culture, and the caregiving system: The cultural patterning of everyday experiences among Anglo and Puerto Rican mother-infant pairs Infant Mental Health Journal. 24: 53-73
Leyendecker B, Lamb ME, Harwood RL, et al. (2002) Mothers' socialisation goals and evaluations of desirable and undesirable everyday situations in two diverse cultural groups International Journal of Behavioral Development. 26: 248-258
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