Clifton R. Kinlaw, Ph.D.

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2004 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Beth Kurtz-Costes grad student 2004 UNC Chapel Hill
 (A developmental analysis of affective and cognitive mediation of the effects of differential praise on motivation and performance.)

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Kinlaw CR, Gatins D, Dunlap LL. (2015) Differences in Views of Family Life According to Age, Gender, and Parental Marital Status Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. 56: 517-534
Gatins D, Kinlaw CR, Dunlap LL. (2014) Impact of Postdivorce Sibling Structure on Adolescent Adjustment to Divorce Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. 55: 239-251
Kurtz-Costes B, Copping KE, Rowley SJ, et al. (2014) Gender and age differences in awareness and endorsement of gender stereotypes about academic abilities European Journal of Psychology of Education. 29: 603-618
Gatins D, Kinlaw CR, Dunlap LL. (2013) Do the Kids Think They're Okay? Adolescents' Views on the Impact of Marriage and Divorce Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. 54: 313-328
Kinlaw CR, Dunlap LL, D'Angelo JA. (2012) Relations between faculty use of online academic resources and student class attendance Computers and Education. 59: 167-172
Kurtz-Costes B, Defreitas SC, Halle TG, et al. (2011) Gender and racial favouritism in black and white preschool girls. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 29: 270-87
Kinlaw CR, Kurtz-Costes B. (2007) Children's theories of intelligence: beliefs, goals, and motivation in the elementary years. The Journal of General Psychology. 134: 295-311
Kurtz-Costes B, McCall RJ, Kinlaw CR, et al. (2005) What does it mean to be smart? The development of children's beliefs about intelligence in Germany and the United States Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 26: 217-233
Kinlaw CR, Kurtz-Costes B. (2003) The development of children's beliefs about intelligence Developmental Review. 23: 125-161
Kinlaw CR, Kurtz-Costes B, Goldman-Fraser J. (2001) Mothers' achievement beliefs and behaviors and their children's school readiness: A cultural comparison Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 22: 493-506
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