Martha Ann Bell, Ph.D.

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Psychology Virginia Polytechnic and State University, United States 
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Diaz A, Swingler MM, Tan L, et al. (2019) Infant frontal EEG asymmetry moderates the association between maternal behavior and toddler negative affectivity. Infant Behavior & Development. 55: 88-99
Kraybill JH, Kim-Spoon J, Bell MA. (2019) Infant Attention and Age 3 Executive Function. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 92: 3-11
Blankenship TL, Slough MA, Calkins SD, et al. (2019) Attention and Executive Functioning in Infancy: Links to Childhood Executive Function and Reading Achievement. Developmental Science. e12824
Liu R, Blankenship TL, Broomell APR, et al. (2018) Executive Function Mediates the Association between Toddler Negative Affectivity and Early Academic Achievement. Early Education and Development. 29: 641-654
Diaz A, Blankenship TL, Bell MA. (2018) Episodic Memory in Middle Childhood: Age, Brain Electrical Activity, and Self-Reported Attention. Cognitive Development. 47: 63-70
Crandall A, Ghazarian SR, Deater-Deckard K, et al. (2018) The Interface of Maternal Cognitions and Executive Function in Parenting and Child Conduct Problems. Family Relations. 67: 339-353
Blankenship TL, Keith K, Calkins SD, et al. (2018) Behavioral Performance and Neural Areas Associated with Memory Processes Contribute to Math and Reading Achievement in 6-year-old Children. Cognitive Development. 45: 141-151
Whedon M, Perry NB, Calkins SD, et al. (2018) Cardiac vagal regulation in infancy predicts executive function and social competence in preschool: Indirect effects through language. Developmental Psychobiology
Liu R, Calkins SD, Bell MA. (2018) Fearful Inhibition, Inhibitory Control, and Maternal Negative Behaviors During Toddlerhood Predict Internalizing Problems at Age 6. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
MacNeill LA, Ram N, Bell MA, et al. (2018) Trajectories of Infants' Biobehavioral Development: Timing and Rate of A-Not-B Performance Gains and EEG Maturation. Child Development
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