Kenneth H Rubin, Ph.D.
|3304 Benjamin Building, College of Education||University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD|
Area:social and social-cognitive development; temperament; peer relations; parent-child relations; culture; social withdrawal; social competence
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Kenneth H. Rubin (B.A., McGill University, 1968; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1971) is Professor of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology and Founding Director, Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture at the University of Maryland. Rubin studies child and adolescent social development, especially peer and parent-child relationships, and anxious-withdrawal and aggression, all from a cross-cultural perspective. Recent research has focused on developing interventions for young children at-risk for the development of anxiety disorders; examining the social, emotional, and social-cognitive conesequences of childhood traumatic brain injury; and studying, longitudinally, the development of internalizing, externalizing, and civically competent behaviors from childhood through early adulthood. Many of his over 300 peer-reviewed publications have been co-authored by colleagues on five continents. Rubin was the elected President of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (1998-2002), an elected member of the Society for Research in Child Development Governing Council (2009-2015), and an elected member of the American Psychological Association, Developmental Psychology Division Executive Board (1987-1990). He has served as Associate Editor of Child Development (1981-1984; 1998-2001) and as a review panelist for NIH and SSHRCC (Canada). Rubin is a Fellow of the American and Canadian Psychological Associations, the Association of Psychological Science, and the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development. Among his honors are the Society for Research in Child Development Award for distinguished Contributions to Understanding International, Cultural and Contextual Diversity in Child Development; the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Research and Theory in Behavioral Development; the Developmental Psychology Mentor Award of the American Psychological Association; the Pickering Awardfor Outstanding Contribution to Developmental Psychology in Canada; and the Killam Research Fellowship (Canada Council). His book, The Friendship Factor (Viking/Putnam/Penguin), received the National Parenting Publications Gold Award in 2002. On campus, Rubin has been the recipient of the University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Award, the Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award and the College of Education, Exceptional Scholarship Award.
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|Meinzer MC, Felton JW, Oddo LE, et al. (2020) Do ADHD Symptoms and Relationship Quality With Mothers and Best Friends Across High School Predict Depressive Symptoms for Adolescents? Journal of Attention Disorders. 1087054720923088|
|Wagner NJ, Bowker JC, Rubin KH. (2020) Associations Between Callous-Unemotional Traits and Peer-Rated Social-Behavioral Outcomes in Elementary and Middle School. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology|
|Musso P, Lo Cricchio MG, Lo Coco A, et al. (2019) A Revised Short Form of the Extended Class Play Among Italian Early Adolescents. Psychological Reports. 33294119884009|
|Smith KA, Hastings PD, Henderson HA, et al. (2019) Multidimensional Emotion Regulation Moderates the Relation Between Behavioral Inhibition at Age 2 and Social Reticence with Unfamiliar Peers at Age 4. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology|
|Barstead MG, Danko CM, Chronis-Tuscano A, et al. (2018) Generalization of an Early Intervention for Inhibited Preschoolers to the Classroom Setting. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 27: 2943-2953|
|Wagner NJ, Hastings PD, Rubin KH. (2018) Children's autonomic functioning moderates links between maternal rejecting attitudes and preschool aggressive behaviors. Developmental Psychobiology|
|Chronis-Tuscano A, Danko CM, Rubin KH, et al. (2018) Future Directions for Research on Early Intervention for Young Children at Risk for Social Anxiety. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 1-13|
|Wagner NJ, Hastings PD, Rubin KH. (2017) Callous-Unemotional Traits and Autonomic Functioning in Toddlerhood Interact to Predict Externalizing Behaviors in Preschool. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology|
|Barstead MG, Smith KA, Laursen B, et al. (2017) Shyness, Preference for Solitude, and Adolescent Internalizing: The Roles of Maternal, Paternal, and Best-Friend Support. Journal of Research On Adolescence : the Official Journal of the Society For Research On Adolescence|
|Smith KA, Barstead MG, Rubin KH. (2016) Neuroticism and Conscientiousness as Moderators of the Relation Between Social Withdrawal and Internalizing Problems in Adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence|