Alice Sterling Honig

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
"Alice Honig"

Alice Sterling Honig, Ph.D., taught for many years at Syracuse University and continues to lead a yearly workshop there “Quality Infant-Toddler Caregiving.” Alice Honig was honored as a “Hero of Early Childhood Education” by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. She is the author of several books including Talking to Your Baby: Family as the First School and Secure Relationships: Nurturing Infants/Toddlers Early Care Settings and is an early childhood advisor for Scholastic publications and website.

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Kyungja Park grad student 1991 Syracuse
Lim Swee Eng grad student 1992 Syracuse
Holly Elisabeth Brophy-Herb grad student 1996 Syracuse
Diane W. Keller grad student 1999 Syracuse
Patricia M. Martin grad student 2000 Syracuse
Ozkan Ozgun grad student 2000-2005 Syracuse
Chu-Chu Wu grad student 1999-2007 Syracuse
Lois M. Truman grad student 2011 Syracuse
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Wu CC, Honig AS. (2013) Taiwanese preschoolers' emergent reading behaviours with an unfamiliar storybook Early Child Development and Care. 183: 1486-1507
Honig AS, Xu Y. (2012) Tips for Teachers to Help Bilingual Chinese Immigrant Children Nhsa Dialog. 15: 343-349
Honig AS, Xu Y. (2012) Chinese Immigrant Families and Bilingualism Among Young Children Nhsa Dialog. 15: 303-318
Wu CC, Honig AS. (2010) Taiwanese mothers' beliefs about reading aloud with preschoolers: Findings from the parent reading belief inventory Early Child Development and Care. 180: 647-669
Brophy-Herb HE, Honig AS. (1999) Quality of adolescent mother-infant interactions and clinical determinations of risk status Early Child Development and Care. 152: 17-26
Brophy-Herb HE, Honig AS. (1999) Reflectivity: Key ingredient in positive adolescent parenting Journal of Primary Prevention. 19: 241-250
Honig AS, Park KJ. (1997) Maternal childrearing practices with preschoolers: Relationship to infant/toddler care patterns? Early Child Development and Care. 135: 119-122
Honig AS, Park KJ. (1993) Effects of day care on preschool sex-role development. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 63: 481-6
Park KJ, Honig AS. (1991) Infant child care patterns and later teacher ratings of preschool behaviors Early Child Development and Care. 68: 89-96
Honig AS, Park KJ. (1989) Family Factors Associated with Language Competence Among Toddlers in French, North African, and African Families in France Early Child Development and Care. 50: 31-49
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