Marjorie Beeghly, Ph.D.

Psychology Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Developmental Science (Psychology)
"Marjorie Beeghly"

Marjorie Beeghly is Professor of Psychology at Wayne State University, where she does research in Developmental Science. She is particularly interested in studying how risk and resilience factors contribute to children's developmental outcomes, and how parent-child interactions and parenting may mediate these associations.

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Jessica Goletz grad student 2017- Wayne State
Anna Rushing grad student 2019- Wayne State
Jacqueline Perry Avery grad student 2008-2012 Wayne State
Amy L. Veenstra grad student 2009-2013 Wayne State
Rena A. Menke grad student 2011-2014 Wayne State
Nicholas Bergeron grad student 2008-2016 Wayne State
Kristyn Wong VanDahm grad student 2009-2016 Wayne State
Jessica L Irwin grad student 2011-2017 Wayne State (PsychTree)
Mahya Rahimian Mashhadi grad student 2012-2017 Wayne State
Hasti Ashtiani Raveau grad student 2012-2017 Wayne State
Jordan L. Boeve grad student 2013-2018 Wayne State
Britta K. Shine grad student 2016-2020 Wayne State
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Fuertes M, da Costa Ribeiro C, Barbosa M, et al. (2021) Patterns of regulatory behavior in the Still Face Paradigm at 3 months: A comparison of Brazilian and Portuguese infants. Plos One. 16: 1-13, e0252562
Wilhoit S, Trentacosta CJ, Beeghly M, et al. (2021) Household chaos and toddlers’ behavior problems: The moderating role of parent-child reciprocity. Family Relations
Vallotton CD, Mortensen JA, Burnham M, et al. (2021) Becoming a behavior detective: Applying a developmental and contextual lens on behavior. Young Children. 76: 20-29
Fuertes M, Ribeiro C, Lopes J, et al. (2020) Maternal perinatal representations and their association with mother-infant interaction and attachment: A longitudinal comparison of Portuguese and Brazilian dyads International Journal of Psychology. 55: 224-233
Barbosa M, Beeghly M, Moreira J, et al. (2020) Emerging patterns of infant regulatory at 3 and 9 months predict mother infant attachment at 12 months Attachment & Human Development
Boeve JL, Beeghly M, Stacks AM, et al. (2019) Using the Actor-Partner Interdependence Model to assess maternal and infant contributions to mother-infant affective exchanges during the Still-Face paradigm Infant Behavior and Development. 57
Julian MM, King AP, Bocknek EL, et al. (2019) Associations between oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) polymorphisms, childhood trauma, and parenting behavior. Developmental Psychology
Barbosa M, Beeghly M, Gonçalves J, et al. (2019) Predicting patterns of regulatory behavior in the Still-Face Paradigm at 3 months Infancy. 24: 501-525
Montgomery S, Gregg DH, Somers CL, et al. (2019) Intrapersonal variables associated with academic adjustment in United States college students Current Psychology. 38: 40-49
Barbosa M, Beeghly M, Moreira J, et al. (2018) Robust stability and physiological correlates of infants' patterns of regulatory behavior in the still-face paradigm at 3 and 9 months. Developmental Psychology
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