Brian E. Vaughn, PhD

Affiliations: 
Family & Child Development Auburn University, Auburn, AL, United States 
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L Alan Sroufe grad student 1974-1979 UMN

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Colleen R. O'Neal grad student 1993-1995 Auburn University (Theology Tree)
Daphne A. Terry grad student 2001 Auburn University
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Posada G, Vaughn BE, Veríssimo M, et al. (2019) Preschoolers' secure base script representations predict teachers' ratings of social competence in two independent samples. Attachment & Human Development. 1-15
Vaughn BE, Posada G, Veríssimo M, et al. (2019) Assessing and quantifying the secure base script from narratives produced by preschool age children: justification and validation tests. Attachment & Human Development. 1-13
Vaughn BE, Santos AJ, Monteiro L, et al. (2016) Social Engagement and Adaptive Functioning During Early Childhood: Identifying and Distinguishing Among Subgroups Differing With Regard to Social Engagement. Developmental Psychology
Vaughn BE, Waters TE, Steele RD, et al. (2016) Multiple domains of parental secure base support during childhood and adolescence contribute to adolescents' representations of attachment as a secure base script. Attachment & Human Development. 1-20
Coppola G, Ponzetti S, Aureli T, et al. (2015) Patterns of emotion regulation at two years of age: associations with mothers' attachment in a fear eliciting situation. Attachment & Human Development. 1-17
Pinto A, Veríssimo M, Gatinho A, et al. (2015) Direct and indirect relations between parent-child attachments, peer acceptance, and self-esteem for preschool children. Attachment & Human Development. 17: 586-98
Santos AJ, Daniel JR, Fernandes C, et al. (2015) Affiliative Subgroups in Preschool Classrooms: Integrating Constructs and Methods from Social Ethology and Sociometric Traditions. Plos One. 10: e0130932
Daniel JR, Santos AJ, Peceguina I, et al. (2015) Affiliative structures and social competence in Portuguese preschool children. Developmental Psychology. 51: 905-12
Waters TE, Fraley RC, Groh AM, et al. (2015) The latent structure of secure base script knowledge. Developmental Psychology. 51: 823-30
Vaughn BE, Elmore-Staton L, Shin N, et al. (2015) Sleep as a support for social competence, peer relations, and cognitive functioning in preschool children. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 13: 92-106
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