Zoe E Taylor
Zoe E Taylor
Purdue University, Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Verified email at purdue.edu
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The relations of ego-resiliency and emotion socialization to the development of empathy and prosocial behavior across early childhood.
ZE Taylor, N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad, ND Eggum, MJ Sulik
Emotion 13 (5), 822, 2013
Life stress, maternal optimism, and adolescent competence in single mother, African American families.
ZE Taylor, D Larsen-Rife, RD Conger, KF Widaman, CE Cutrona
Journal of Family Psychology 24 (4), 468, 2010
Longitudinal relations of intrusive parenting and effortful control to ego‐resiliency during early childhood
ZE Taylor, N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad, KF Widaman
Child development 84 (4), 1145-1151, 2013
Promoting strengths and resilience in single‐mother families
ZE Taylor, RD Conger
Child Development 88 (2), 350-358, 2017
Transitioning from high school to college: Relations of social support, ego-resiliency, and maladjustment during emerging adulthood
ZE Taylor, LD Doane, N Eisenberg
Emerging Adulthood 2 (2), 105-115, 2014
N Eisenberg
Oxford University Press, 2000
Parenting practices and perceived social support: Longitudinal relations with the social competence of Mexican-origin children.
ZE Taylor, RD Conger, RW Robins, KF Widaman
Journal of Latina/o Psychology 3 (4), 193, 2015
Familism, interparental conflict, and parenting in Mexican‐origin families: A cultural–contextual framework
ZE Taylor, D Larsen‐Rife, RD Conger, KF Widaman
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (2), 312-327, 2012
Externalizing symptoms, effortful control, and intrusive parenting: A test of bidirectional longitudinal relations during early childhood
N Eisenberg, ZE Taylor, KF Widaman, TL Spinrad
Development and Psychopathology 27 (4pt1), 953-968, 2015
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia, effortful control, and parenting as predictors of children’s sympathy across early childhood.
ZE Taylor, N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad
Developmental Psychology 51 (1), 17, 2015
Dispositional optimism: a psychological resource for Mexican-origin mothers experiencing economic stress.
ZE Taylor, KF Widaman, RW Robins, R Jochem, DR Early, RD Conger
Journal of family psychology 26 (1), 133, 2012
Sociodemographic risk, parenting, and effortful control: Relations to salivary alpha‐amylase and cortisol in early childhood
ZE Taylor, TL Spinrad, SK VanSchyndel, N Eisenberg, J Huynh, MJ Sulik, ...
Developmental Psychobiology 55 (8), 869-880, 2013
Parents' optimism, positive parenting, and child peer competence in Mexican-origin families
L Castro-Schilo, ZE Taylor, E Ferrer, RW Robins, RD Conger, ...
Parenting 13 (2), 95-112, 2013
Children’s negative emotions and ego-resiliency: Longitudinal relations with social competence.
ZE Taylor, N Eisenberg, SK VanSchyndel, ND Eggum-Wilkens, ...
Emotion 14 (2), 397, 2014
Risk and resilience processes in single-mother families: An interactionist perspective
ZE Taylor, RD Conger
Defining prevention science, 195-217, 2014
Development of ego‐resiliency: Relations to observed parenting and polymorphisms in the serotonin transporter gene during early childhood
ZE Taylor, MJ Sulik, N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad, KM Silva, ...
Social Development 23 (3), 433-450, 2014
Relations of inhibition and emotion‐related parenting to young children's prosocial and vicariously induced distress behavior
N Eisenberg, TL Spinrad, ZE Taylor, J Liew
Child development 90 (3), 846-858, 2019
Contextual stressors and the mental health outcomes of Latino children in rural migrant-farmworker families in the midwest.
ZE Taylor, Y Ruiz
Journal of Rural Mental Health 41 (4), 284, 2017
Longitudinal relations of economic hardship and effortful control to active coping in Latino youth
ZE Taylor, KF Widaman, RW Robins
Journal of Research on Adolescence 28 (2), 396-411, 2018
Cumulative family stress and diurnal cortisol responses in Midwest Latino families
Y Kwak, ZE Taylor, LY Anaya, Y Feng, CD Evich, BL Jones
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 39 (1), 82-97, 2017
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