Catherine Ayoub

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Early Childhood Education, Individual and Family Studies
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Green BL, Ayoub C, Bartlett JD, et al. (2020) Pathways to prevention: Early Head Start outcomes in the first three years lead to long-term reductions in child maltreatment Children and Youth Services Review. 118: 105403
Paschall KW, Mastergeorge AM, Ayoub CC. (2019) Associations between child physical abuse potential, observed maternal parenting, and young children's emotion regulation: Is participation in Early Head Start protective? Infant Mental Health Journal
Vallotton C, Mastergeorge A, Foster T, et al. (2017) Parenting Supports for Early Vocabulary Development: Specific Effects of Sensitivity and Stimulation through Infancy. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 22: 78-107
Vallotton C, Harewood T, Froyen L, et al. (2016) Child behavior problems: Mothers’ and fathers’ mental health matters today and tomorrow Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 37: 81-93
Green BL, Ayoub C, Dym Bartlett J, et al. (2015) It's not as simple as it sounds: Problems and solutions in accessing and using administrative child welfare data for evaluating the impact of early childhood interventions. Children and Youth Services Review. 57: 40-49
Green BL, Ayoub C, Bartlett JD, et al. (2014) The effect of Early Head Start on child welfare system involvement: A first look at longitudinal child maltreatment outcomes. Children and Youth Services Review. 42: 127-135
Ayoub C, Vallotton CD, Mastergeorge AM. (2011) Developmental pathways to integrated social skills: the roles of parenting and early intervention. Child Development. 82: 583-600
Beardslee WR, Ayoub C, Avery MW, et al. (2010) Family Connections: an approach for strengthening early care systems in facing depression and adversity. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 80: 482-95
Berlin LJ, Ispa JM, Fine MA, et al. (2009) Correlates and consequences of spanking and verbal punishment for low-income white, african american, and mexican american toddlers. Child Development. 80: 1403-20
Chazan-Cohen R, Raikes H, Brooks-Gunn J, et al. (2009) Low-income children's school readiness: Parent contributions over the first five years Early Education and Development. 20: 958-977
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