Maureen Perry-Jenkins

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology
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Perry-Jenkins M, Smith JZ, Wadsworth LP, et al. (2017) Workplace Policies and Mental Health among Working-Class, New Parents. Community, Work & Family. 20: 226-249
Newkirk K, Perry-Jenkins M, Sayer AG. (2017) Division of Household and Childcare Labor and Relationship Conflict Among Low-Income New Parents. Sex Roles. 76: 319-333
Newkirk K, Perry-Jenkins M, Sayer AG. (2016) Division of Household and Childcare Labor and Relationship Conflict Among Low-Income New Parents Sex Roles. 1-15
Halpern HP, Perry-Jenkins M. (2016) Parents’ Gender Ideology and Gendered Behavior as Predictors of Children’s Gender-Role Attitudes: A Longitudinal Exploration Sex Roles. 74: 527-542
Yoon Y, Newkirk K, Perry-Jenkins M. (2015) Parenting Stress, Dinnertime Rituals, and Child Well-being in Working-Class Families Family Relations. 64: 93-107
Pietromonaco PR, Perry-Jenkins M. (2014) Marriage in Whose America? What the Suffocation Model Misses Psychological Inquiry. 25: 108-113
Goldberg AE, Smith JZ, Perry-Jenkins M. (2012) The Division of Labor in Lesbian, Gay, and Heterosexual New Adoptive Parents Journal of Marriage and Family. 74: 812-828
Dadlani MB, Overtree C, Perry-Jenkins M. (2012) Culture at the center: A reformulation of diagnostic assessment Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 43: 175-182
Perry-Jenkins M. (2012) The challenges to and consequences of "Opting out" for low-wage, new mothers Women Who Opt Out: the Debate Over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance. 103-117
Barry AA, Smith JAZ, Deutsch FM, et al. (2011) Fathers' involvement in child care and perceptions of parenting skill over the transition to parenthood Journal of Family Issues. 32: 1500-1521
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