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Jeffrey Liew, Ph.D.

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1998-2005 Psychology Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Educational Psychology
Website:
http://directory.cehd.tamu.edu/view.epl?nid=jeffrey.liew
Google:
"https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=bzNPsncAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao"
Bio:

Jeffrey Liew is a professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University. Professor Liew's research expertise is on social-emotional development with an emphasis on emotion, self-regulation, and executive functions. Majority of his research focuses on early childhood, but the body of Professor Liew's research spans early childhood through emerging adulthood. He has authored more than 70 scholarly publications to date, and his research has been supported by grants from federal agencies and foundations. He actively contributes to his scholarly communities through service and leadership roles, serving as the associate department head for research and faculty development in his department, as a 2-term elected representative of TAMU's Council of Principal Investigators (CPI) and as a member of the CPI executive committee for two consecutive terms, and as peer reviewer for national and international funding agencies and grant panels, including NIH and NSF. Liew is Associate Editor for Early Education and Development and co-Editor for the Section on Social Emotional Learning in the forthcoming Routledge Encyclopedia of Education. Liew ranked top 5 in the nation for scholarly impact in a 2013 published study on scholarly productivity, citations, and impact of School Psychology faculty (see Grapin, Kranzler, & Daley, 2013). In 2017, Professor Liew was honored as one of the inaugural President Impact Fellows at his university. In 2018, he earned the Senior Scholar Research Excellence Award in the College of Education and Human Development at his university.
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Parents

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Nancy Eisenberg grad student 2005 Arizona State
 (Child and parent characteristics that predict toddlers' help -seeking and help -giving reactions to a stranger's distress.)

Children

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Audrea Youngman Johnson grad student 2006-2012 Texas A & M
Grace S. Kao grad student 2008-2013 Texas A & M
Erhan Delen grad student 2009-2013 Texas A & M
Yupei Peggy Chang grad student 2008-2014 Texas A & M
Ummugulsum Korkmaz grad student 2008-2014 Texas A & M
Bonny W. Chang grad student 2009-2014 Texas A & M
Elif Ozturk grad student 2010-2015 Texas A & M
Namik Top grad student 2010-2015 Texas A & M
Elif Merve Çankaya grad student 2012-2016 Texas A & M
Michelle M. SooHoo grad student 2013-2018 Texas A & M
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Zhou Z, Liew J, Yeh YC, et al. (2019) Appetitive Traits and Weight in Children: Evidence for Parents' Controlling Feeding Practices as Mediating Mechanisms. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 1-13
Lin B, Liew J, Perez M. (2019) Measurement of self-regulation in early childhood: Relations between laboratory and performance-based measures of effortful control and executive functioning. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 47: 1-8
Zhou Z, SooHoo M, Zhou Q, et al. (2019) Temperament as Risk and Protective Factors in Obesogenic Eating: Relations Among Parent Temperament, Child Temperament, and Child Food Preference and Eating. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 1-5
Perez M, Ohrt TK, Bruening AB, et al. (2018) Measurement equivalence of child feeding and eating measures across gender, ethnicity, and household food security. Bmc Obesity. 5: 17
Eisenberg N, Spinrad TL, Taylor ZE, et al. (2017) Relations of Inhibition and Emotion-Related Parenting to Young Children's Prosocial and Vicariously Induced Distress Behavior. Child Development
Top N, Liew J, Luo W. (2017) Family and School Influences on Youths' Behavioral and Academic Outcomes: Cross-Level Interactions between Parental Monitoring and Character Development Curriculum. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 1-11
Main A, Zhou Q, Liew J, et al. (2016) Prosocial Tendencies among Chinese American Children in Immigrant Families: Links to Cultural and Socio-demographic Factors and Psychological Adjustment Social Development
Edwards A, Eisenberg N, Spinrad TL, et al. (2015) Predicting Sympathy and Prosocial Behavior from Young Children's Dispositional Sadness. Social Development (Oxford, England). 24: 76-94
Moed A, Gershoff ET, Eisenberg N, et al. (2015) Parent-Adolescent Conflict as Sequences of Reciprocal Negative Emotion: Links with Conflict Resolution and Adolescents' Behavior Problems. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 44: 1607-22
Diep CS, Foster MJ, McKyer EL, et al. (2015) What are Asian-American youth consuming? A systematic literature review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health / Center For Minority Public Health. 17: 591-604
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