A C Huston
Affiliation: University of Texas
- The relations of early television viewing to school readiness and vocabulary of children from low-income families: the early window projectJ C Wright
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, 78712-1097, USA
Child Dev 72:1347-66. 2001..The results affirm the conclusion that the relations of television viewed to early academic skills depend primarily on the content of the programs viewed...
- How young children spend their time: television and other activitiesA C Huston
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, 78712 1097, USA
Dev Psychol 35:912-25. 1999..The results do not support a simple displacement hypothesis; the relations of TV viewing to other activities depend on the program content, the nature of the competing activity, and the environmental context...
- From research to policy and backAletha C Huston
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, 1 University Station A2700, Austin, TX 78712 0141, USA
Child Dev 79:1-12. 2008..Developmental scientists can contribute to better science policy and better social policy by strengthening the scientific quality of their evidence and communicating research-based knowledge more effectively...
- Impacts on children of a policy to promote employment and reduce poverty for low-income parents: new hope after 5 yearsAletha C Huston
Department of Human EcologyUniversity of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712 0141, USA
Dev Psychol 41:902-18. 2005..The program produced improvements in family income and use of organized child care and activity settings, suggesting possible pathways by which the New Hope package of policies influenced children's behavior...
- Mothers' time with infant and time in employment as predictors of mother-child relationships and children's early developmentAletha C Huston
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, TX 78712 0141, USA
Child Dev 76:467-82. 2005..Mothers who spent more time at work had higher HOME scores. Maternal time with infants may reflect maternal characteristics that affect both time allocation and maternal behavior...
- Work-based antipoverty programs for parents can enhance the school performance and social behavior of childrenA C Huston
University of Texas, Department of Human Ecology, Austin 78712, USA
Child Dev 72:318-36. 2001..The results suggest that an anti-poverty program that provides support for combining work and family responsibilities can have beneficial effects on the development of school-age children...
- Human development in societal contextAletha C Huston
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, USA
Annu Rev Psychol 61:411-37, C1. 2010..Finally, although income inequality has increased greatly, little is known about the influences of relative poverty and social inequality on human development...
- Socioeconomic status, schooling, and the developmental trajectories of adolescentsRobert Crosnoe
Department of Sociology and Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, TX 78712 1088, USA
Dev Psychol 43:1097-110. 2007..These patterns tended to be less predictive of math/science credit accumulation at the highest and lowest ends of the socioeconomic spectrum...
- The mother-infant relationship in single, cohabiting, and married families: a case for marriage?Stacy Rosenkrantz Aronson
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin, USA
J Fam Psychol 18:5-18. 2004....
- Reforms and child developmentAletha C Huston
Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Future Child 12:58-77. 2002....
- School readiness and later achievementGreg J Duncan
School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208, USA
Dev Psychol 43:1428-46. 2007..Patterns of association were similar for boys and girls and for children from high and low socioeconomic backgrounds...
- Economic well-being and children's social adjustment: the role of family process in an ethnically diverse low-income sampleRashmita S Mistry
Center for Developmental Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 27599 8115, USA
Child Dev 73:935-51. 2002..Multiple-group analyses revealed that the pathways by which economic hardship influences children's behavior appear to operate similarly for boys and girls, and for African American and Hispanic families...
- INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIESAletha Huston; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..