Rachel Razza
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Relating effortful control, executive function, and false belief understanding to emerging math and literacy ability in kindergarten
C Blair, RP Razza
Child development 78 (2), 647-663, 2007
Cortisol reactivity is positively related to executive function in preschool children attending Head Start
C Blair, D Granger, R Peters Razza
Child development 76 (3), 554-567, 2005
Executive function and the promotion of social–emotional competence
NR Riggs, LB Jahromi, RP Razza, JE Dillworth-Bart, U Mueller
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 27 (4), 300-309, 2006
Associations among false-belief understanding, executive function, and social competence: A longitudinal analysis
RA Razza, C Blair
Journal of applied developmental psychology 30 (3), 332-343, 2009
Physiological and neurocognitive correlates of adaptive behavior in preschool among children in Head Start
C Blair, R Peters
Developmental neuropsychology 24 (1), 479-497, 2003
Physiological and neuropsychological correlates of approach/withdrawal tendencies in preschool: Further examination of the behavioral inhibition system/behavioral activation …
C Blair, R Peters, D Granger
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
Enhancing preschoolers’ self-regulation via mindful yoga
RA Razza, D Bergen-Cico, K Raymond
Journal of Child and Family Studies 24 (2), 372-385, 2015
Associations among family environment, sustained attention, and school readiness for low-income children.
RA Razza, A Martin, J Brooks-Gunn
Developmental psychology 46 (6), 1528, 2010
Specifying the links between household chaos and preschool children's development
A Martin, RA Razza, J Brooks-Gunn
Early child development and care 182 (10), 1247-1263, 2012
Fostering self-regulation through curriculum infusion of mindful yoga: A pilot study of efficacy and feasibility
D Bergen-Cico, R Razza, A Timmins
Journal of Child and Family Studies 24 (11), 3448-3461, 2015
Associations among maternal behavior, delay of gratification, and school readiness across the early childhood years
RA Razza, K Raymond
Social Development 22 (1), 180-196, 2013
Associations among feeding behaviors during infancy and child illness at two years
NMP Hetzner, RA Razza, LM Malone, J Brooks-Gunn
Maternal and child health journal 13 (6), 795-805, 2009
The implications of early attentional regulation for school success among low-income children
RA Razza, A Martin, J Brooks-Gunn
Journal of applied developmental psychology 33 (6), 311-319, 2012
Are approaches to learning in kindergarten associated with academic and social competence similarly?
RA Razza, A Martin, J Brooks-Gunn
Child & youth care forum 44 (6), 757-776, 2015
Anger and children’s socioemotional development: Can parenting elicit a positive side to a negative emotion?
RA Razza, A Martin, J Brooks-Gunn
Journal of Child and Family Studies 21 (5), 845-856, 2012
Associations among supportive coparenting, father engagement and attachment: The role of race/ethnicity
S Pudasainee-Kapri, RA Razza
Journal of child and family studies 24 (12), 3793-3804, 2015
Family dynamics and child outcomes in early intervention: The role of developmental theory in the specification of effects
C Blair, R Peters, F Lawrence
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 18 (4), 446-467, 2003
Identifying multiple pathways for school success
R Razza, K Raymond
The Routledge international handbook of young children's thinking and …, 2014
False-belief understanding in a low-income population
R Peters Razza, C Blair
Early Education and Development 14 (4), 425-440, 2003
Links between motor control and classroom behaviors: Moderation by low birth weight
RA Razza, A Martin, J Brooks-Gunn
Journal of child and family studies 25 (8), 2423-2434, 2016
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