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Andrews, N. C. Z.*, Hanish, L. D., Fabes, R. A., & Martin, C. L. (2014). With whom and where you play: Preschoolers’ social context predicts peer victimization. Social Development, 23, 357-375
DiDonato, M. D., Martin, C. L., & England, D. (2014). Gendered interactions and their consequences: A dynamical perspective (pp. 20-42). In P. Leman & H. Tennebaum (Eds.), Current issues in Developmental Psychology. Psychology Press.
Eggum-Wilkens, N. D., Fabes, R. A., Castle, S., Zhang, L.*, Hanish, L. D., & Martin, C. L. (2014). Playing with others: Head Start children’s peer play and relations with kindergarten school competence. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 29(3), 345-356. Impact = 2.275. doi:10.1016/j.ecresq.2014.04.008.
Fabes, R. A., Hayford, S., Pahlke, E., Santos, C., Zosuls, K., Martin, C. L., & Hanish, L. D. (2014). Peer influences on gender differences in educational aspiration and attainment (pp. 29-52). In J. Eccles & I. Schoon (Eds.), Gender Differences in Aspirations and Attainment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Martin, C. L., Fabes, R. A., & Hanish, L. D. (2014). Gendered-peer relationships in educational contexts. In L. Liben & R. Bigler (Eds.), Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 47, Burlington: Academic Press, pp. 151-187.
Pahlke, E., Bigler, R., & Martin, C. L. (2014). Fostering sexism schemas among children to improve critical analysis, internalization, and enactment of inclusive, egalitarian peer relationships. Journal of Social Issues 70, 115-133.
Palermo, F., Mikulski, A. M., Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Martin, C. L., & Stargel, L. E. (2014). English exposure in the home and classroom: Predictions to Spanish-speaking preschoolers’ English vocabulary development. Applied Psycholinguistics, 35, 1163-1187. doi: 10.1017/S0142716412000732.
Rodkin, P. C., Hanish, L. D., Wang, S., & Logis, H. A. (2014). Why the bully/victim relationship is so pernicious: A gendered perspective on power and animosity among bullies and their victims. Development and Psychopathology, 26, 689-704. Doi: 10.1017/S0954579414000327.
DiDonato, M. D., England, D., Martin, C. L., & Amazeen, P. G. (2013). Dynamical analyses for developmental science: A primer for intrigued scientists. Human Development, 56, 59-75
Fabes, R. A., Martin, C. L., Hanish, L. D., Galligan, K., & Pahlke, E. (2013, Jun. 26). Gender segregated schooling: A problem disguised as a solution. Educational Policy. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0895904813492382.
Hanish, L. D., Bradshaw, C., Espelage, D. L., Rodkin, P. C., Swearer, S., & Horne, A. (2013). Looking toward the future of bullying research: Recommendations for research and funding priorities. Journal of School Violence, 12, 283-295. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2013.788449.
Martin, C. L., Kornienko, O., Schaefer, D. R., Hanish, L. D., Fabes, R. A., & Goble, P. (2013). The role of sex of peers and gender-typed activities in young children’s peer affiliative networks: A longitudinal analysis of selection and influence. Child Development,84, 921-937 doi: 10.1111/cdev.12032.
Miller, C., Martin, C. L., Fabes, R., & Hanish, L. D. (2013). Bringing the cognitive and social together: How gender detectives and gender enforcers shape children’s gender development (pp. 306-313). In M. Banaji & S. Gelman (Eds.), Navigating the social world: What infants, children, and other species can teach us. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Zosuls, K., Ruble, D., Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., & Martin, C. L. (2013). Does your infant say the words“girl” and “boy”? How gender labels matter in early gender
development (pp. 301-305). In M. Banaji & S.Gelman (Eds.), Navigating the social world: a developmental perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
DiDonato, M. D., Martin, C. L., Amazeen, P. G., Hessler, E. E., Hanish, L. D., & Fabes, R. A. (2012). Gender consistency and flexibility: Using dynamics to understand the relation between gender and adjustment. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, 16, 159-184.
Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Martin, C. M., Moss, A., & Reesing, A. (2012). The effects of young children’s affiliations with prosocial peers on subsequent emotionality in peer interactions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 30, 569-585. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-835X.2011.02073.x.
Goble, P., Martin, C.L., Hanish, L.D., & Fabes, R.A. (2012). Children’s gender-typed activity choices across social contexts. Sex Roles. doi: 10.1007/s11199-012-0176-9.
Hanish, L. D., Sallquist, J., DiDonato, M., Fabes, R. A., & Martin, C. L. (2012). Aggression by whom–aggression toward whom: Behavioral predictors of same- and other-gender aggression in early childhood. Developmental Psychology, 48, 1450-1462. doi: 10.1037/a0027510.
Martin, C. L., DiDonato, M., Clary, L., Fabes, R. A., Kreiger, T., Palermo, F., & Hanish, L. D. (2012). Preschool children with gender normative and gender non-normative peer preferences: Psychosocial and environmental correlates. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 41,831-847. doi: 10.1007/s10508-012-9950-6.
Martin, C. L., Dinella, L. (2012). Congruence between gender stereotypes and activity preference in self-identified tomboys and non-tomboys. Archives of Sexual behavior, 41, 599-610.
Sallquist, J., DiDonato, M., Hanish, L. D., Fabes, R. A., & Martin, C. L. (2012). The Importance of Mutual Positive Expressivity in Social Adjustment: Understanding the Role of Peers and Gender. Emotion, 12, 304-313. doi: 10.1037/a0025238.
Halpern, D., Eliot, L., Bigler, R. S., Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Hyde, J., Liben, L. S., & Martin, C. L. (2011, September 23). The pseudoscience of single-sex schooling. Science, 1706-1707.
Hanish, L. D., Hill, A., Gosney, S., Fabes, R. A., & Martin, C. L. (2011). Girls, boys, and bullying in preschool: The role of gender in the development of bullying. In D. Espelage & S. Swearer (Eds.), Bullying in North American Schools (pp. 132-146). New York: NY. Routledge.
Martin, C. L., Fabes, R. A., & Hanish, L. D. (2011). Gender and temperament in young children’s social interactions. In A. D. Pellegrini (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of the Development of Play (pp. 214-230). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Martin, C. L., Fabes, R. A., Hanish, L. D., Leonard, S. & Dinella, L. (2011). Experienced and expected similarity: Moving toward a comprehensive model of gender segregation. Sex Roles, 65, 421-434.
Zosuls, K., Martin, C. L., Ruble, D. N., Miller, C. F., Gaertner, B., & England, D. E. (2011).“It’s not that we hate you”: Understanding children’s gender attitudes and expectancies about peer relationships. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29, 288-304.
Zosuls, K. M., Miller, C. F., Ruble, D. N. Martin, C. L., & Fabes, R. A. (2011). Historical trends in gender development research. Sex Roles, 64, 826-842.