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Fan Xumei, Linder Sandra M., D'Amico Leigh Kale, White Kelley Mayer, Pawloski Tammy, 2021
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

The impact of children’s health, wellbeing, and family environment on their learning and development is evident. Identifying the needs of children and their families is the first step to effectively developing and implementing programs that…

White Kelley Mayer, January-March 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The current study is one of the first to investigate children's perceptions of quality in teacher-child relationships using a narrative measure. It is also one of the first studies to investigate how the child's report is associated with the teacher…
Gallagher Kathleen Cranley, Kainz Kirsten, Vernon-Feagans Lynne, White Kelley Mayer, Q3 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An increasing body of literature documents associations between student-teacher relationships, children's academic success, and children's social competence in school. Less is known about characteristics and processes involved in the quality of…
White Kelley Mayer, Q1 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
When children experience conflict in relationships with their teachers during early education, they perform more poorly on measures of language development and overall academic competence. Whereas children who have close relationships with teachers…