Esther M. Leerkes

Affiliations: 
School of Human Environmental Sciences: Human Development and Family Studies The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Haltigan JD, Leerkes EM, Burney RV, et al. (2012) The Infant Crying Questionnaire: initial factor structure and validation. Infant Behavior & Development. 35: 876-83
Gudmundson JA, Leerkes EM. (2012) Links between mothers' coping styles, toddler reactivity, and sensitivity to toddler's negative emotions. Infant Behavior & Development. 35: 158-66
Leerkes EM, Parade SH, Gudmundson JA. (2011) Mothers' emotional reactions to crying pose risk for subsequent attachment insecurity. Journal of Family Psychology : Jfp : Journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43). 25: 635-43
Parade SH, Leerkes EM. (2011) Marital aggression predicts infant orienting toward mother at six months. Infant Behavior & Development. 34: 235-8
Leerkes EM, Parade SH, Burney RV. (2010) Origins of Mothers' and Fathers' Beliefs about Infant Crying. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 31: 467-474
Burney RV, Leerkes EM. (2010) Links between mothers' and fathers' perceptions of infant temperament and coparenting. Infant Behavior & Development. 33: 125-35
Parade SH, Leerkes EM, Blankson AN. (2010) Attachment to parents, social anxiety, and close relationships of female students over the transition to college. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 39: 127-37
Parade SH, Leerkes EM. (2008) The reliability and validity of the Infant Behavior Questionnaire-Revised. Infant Behavior & Development. 31: 637-46
Leerkes EM, Siepak KJ. (2006) Attachment linked predictors of women's emotional and cognitive responses to infant distress. Attachment & Human Development. 8: 11-32
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