Helen H. Raikes

Child, Youth & Family Studies The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
early childhood education, child development
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Escalante-Barrios EL, Suarez-Enciso SM, Putnam SP, et al. (2021) Using the Very Short Form of the Children's Behavior Questionnaire for Spanish-Speaking Populations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Psychometric Analysis of Dichotomized Variables. Children (Basel, Switzerland). 8
Escalante-Barrios EL, Suarez-Enciso SM, Raikes H, et al. (2020) Child-parent interactions in American and Turkish families: Examining measurement invariance analysis of child-parent relationship scale. Plos One. 15: e0230831
Encinger AJ, Kutaka TS, Chernyavskiy P, et al. (2020) Relations Among Low-Income Preschool Children’s Self-Regulation, Marginal Food Security, and Parent Stress Early Education and Development. 1-17
Guler Yildiz T, Gonen M, Ulker Erdem A, et al. (2019) Examining the associations between children's receptive language skills and developmental domains in the United States and Turkey. Journal of Child Language. 1-21
Ren L, Garcia AS, Esteraich JM, et al. (2019) Parent–child relationships and preschoolers' social-emotional functioning among low-income families: the moderating role of parental nativity Infants and Young Children. 32: 123-138
Ucus S, Garcia A, Esteraich J, et al. (2019) Predictors and behavioural outcomes of parental involvement among low-income families in elementary schools, United States Early Child Development and Care. 189: 1425-1443
Raikes HH, White L, Green S, et al. (2019) Use of the home language in preschool classrooms and first- and second-language development among dual-language learners Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 47: 145-158
Gonen M, Guler-Yildiz T, Ulker-Erdem A, et al. (2018) Examining the Association Between Executive Functions and Developmental Domains of Low-Income Children in the United States and Turkey. Psychological Reports. 33294118756334
Veziroglu-Celik M, Garcia A, Acar IH, et al. (2018) Family context of low-income young children and their self-regulation in the United States and Turkey Early Child Development and Care. 1-13
Horm DM, File N, Bryant D, et al. (2018) Associations between continuity of care in infant-toddler classrooms and child outcomes Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 42: 105-118
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