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Merrill-Palmer Quarterly

Journal of Developmental Psychology

Edited by Gary W. Ladd

Subjects: Psychology

Published four times per year
ISSN 0272-930X
E-ISSN 1535-0266

2016 Impact Factor: 1.05
H-Index: 52

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This internationally acclaimed periodical features empirical and theoretical papers on child development and family-child relationships. A high-quality resource for researchers, writers, teachers, and practitioners, the journal contains up-to-date information on advances in developmental theories; research on infants, children, adolescents, and families; summaries and integrations of research; commentaries by experts; and reviews of important new books in development.

Merrill-Palmer Quarterly Volume 62, Number 4 (October 2016)

The Effects of Peer Influences and Implicit and Explicit Attitudes on Smoking Initiation in Adolescence
Kaitlin Bountress, Laurie Chassin, Clark C. Presson, and Corrie Jackson

Fathers’ Autonomy Support and Social Competence of Sons and Daughters
Robert F. Corwyn and Robert H. Bradley

“How Did That Make You Feel?” Influences of Gender and Parental Personality on Family Emotion Talk
Erika M. Manczak, Sarah C. Mangelsdorf, Dan P. McAdams, Maria S. Wong, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, and Geoffrey L. Brown

Indirect Effects of Emotion Regulation on Peer Acceptance and Rejection: The Roles of Positive and Negative Social Behaviors
Bethany L. Blair, Meghan J. Gangel, Nicole B. Perry, Marion O’Brien, Susan D. Calkins, Susan P. Keane, and Lilly Shanahan

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Merrill-Palmer Quarterly Volume 63, Number 1 (January 2017)
Family Ties: The Role of Regulation and Context in Resilience
Guest Editor: Julie Wargo Aikins

Introduction to This MPQ Special Issue
Julie Wargo Aikins and Hilary Horn Ratner

“Strolling Through Budapest: On the Outside Looking In”
Robert H. Bradley

Mother–Toddler Interaction Quality as a Predictor of Developmental and Behavioral Outcomes in a Very Preterm Sample
M. Susan Delonis, Marjorie Beeghly, and Jessica L. Irwin

Parental Reflective Functioning Moderates the Relationship Between Difficult Temperament in Infancy and Behavior Problems in Toddlerhood
Kristyn Wong, Ann M. Stacks, Katherine L. Rosenblum, and Maria Muzik

Maternal Depressive Symptoms and At-Risk Young Children’s Internalizing Problems: The Moderating Role of Mothers’ Positivity
Benjamin D. Goodlett, Christopher J. Trentacosta, Caitlin McLear, Laura Crespo, Rebecca Wheeler, Alexis Williams, Kiren Chaudhry, and Joanne Smith-Darden

Routine Active Playtime With Fathers Is Associated With Self-Regulation in Early Childhood
Erika L. Bocknek, Carolyn Dayton, Hasti A. Raveau, Patricia Richardson, Holly E. Brophy-Herb, and Hiram E. Fitzgerald

An Ecodevelopmental Exploration of Mediators Between Maltreatment in Childhood and Drug Use During Pregnancy
Steven J. Ondersma, Lucy McGoron, and Jessica R. Beatty

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61.1: Special Issue: Moral Disengagement and Aggression in Children and Youth

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60.2: Special Issue: The Interplay Between Genetic Factors and the Peer Environment in Explaining Children’s Social Adjustment
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56.3: Contexts, Causes, and Consequences: New Directions in Peer Victimixation Research
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55.3: Educational Attainment in Developmental Perspective: Longitudinal Analyses of Continuity, Change, and Process
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