Claire E. Cameron
Claire E. Cameron
Associate Professor, University at Buffalo
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Links between behavioral regulation and preschoolers' literacy, vocabulary, and math skills.
MM McClelland, CE Cameron, CMD Connor, CL Farris, AM Jewkes, ...
Developmental psychology 43 (4), 947, 2007
17152007
A structured observation of behavioral self-regulation and its contribution to kindergarten outcomes.
CC Ponitz, MM McClelland, JS Matthews, FJ Morrison
Developmental psychology 45 (3), 605, 2009
9322009
Early gender differences in self-regulation and academic achievement.
JS Matthews, CC Ponitz, FJ Morrison
Journal of educational psychology 101 (3), 689, 2009
7392009
Self‐regulation in early childhood: Improving conceptual clarity and developing ecologically valid measures
MM McClelland, CE Cameron
Child development perspectives 6 (2), 136-142, 2012
5542012
Fine motor skills and executive function both contribute to kindergarten achievement
CE Cameron, LL Brock, WM Murrah, LH Bell, SL Worzalla, D Grissmer, ...
Child development 83 (4), 1229-1244, 2012
4722012
Predictors of early growth in academic achievement: The head-toes-knees-shoulders task
MM McClelland, CE Cameron, R Duncan, RP Bowles, AC Acock, A Miao, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 599, 2014
4062014
Teacher–child interactions and children’s achievement trajectories across kindergarten and first grade.
TW Curby, SE Rimm-Kaufman, CC Ponitz
Journal of educational psychology 101 (4), 912, 2009
4062009
Self‐regulation and academic achievement in elementary school children
MM McClelland, CE Cameron
New directions for child and adolescent development 2011 (133), 29-44, 2011
3102011
The contribution of teachers' emotional support to children's social behaviors and self-regulatory skills in first grade
EG Merritt, SB Wanless, SE Rimm-Kaufman, C Cameron, JL Peugh
School Psychology Review 41 (2), 141-159, 2012
2672012
Effects of variation in teacher organization on classroom functioning
CE Cameron, CMD Connor, FJ Morrison
Journal of School Psychology 43 (1), 61-85, 2005
2482005
Executive function, behavioral self-regulation, and social-emotional competence
MM McClelland, CE Cameron, SB Wanless, A Murray, O Saracho, ...
Contemporary perspectives on social learning in early childhood education 1 …, 2007
2212007
Development and self‐regulation
MM McClelland, G John Geldhof, CE Cameron, SB Wanless
Handbook of child psychology and developmental science, 1-43, 2015
1692015
Effects of classroom organization on letter–word reading in first grade
CE Cameron, CMD Connor, FJ Morrison, AM Jewkes
Journal of School Psychology 46 (2), 173-192, 2008
1632008
How are motor skills linked to children's school performance and academic achievement?
CE Cameron, EA Cottone, WM Murrah, DW Grissmer
Child Development Perspectives 10 (2), 93-98, 2016
1462016
Gender differences in behavioral regulation in four societies: The United States, Taiwan, South Korea, and China
SB Wanless, MM McClelland, X Lan, SH Son, CE Cameron, FJ Morrison, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 28 (3), 621-633, 2013
1042013
Self-regulation
M McClelland, J Geldhof, F Morrison, S Gestsdóttir, C Cameron, E Bowers, ...
Handbook of life course health development, 275-298, 2018
982018
Family and sociodemographic predictors of school readiness among African American boys in kindergarten
CE Baker, CE Cameron, SE Rimm-Kaufman, D Grissmer
Early Education & Development 23 (6), 833-854, 2012
952012
Narrowing the achievement gap: Parental engagement with children’s learning
J Goodall
Routledge, 2017
742017
Developing together: The role of executive function and motor skills in children’s early academic lives
MM McClelland, CE Cameron
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 46, 142-151, 2019
702019
Nonlinear Gompertz curve models of achievement gaps in mathematics and reading.
CE Cameron, KJ Grimm, JS Steele, L Castro-Schilo, DW Grissmer
Journal of Educational Psychology 107 (3), 789, 2015
632015
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