Amy Halberstadt
Amy Halberstadt
Professor of Psychology, North Carolina State University
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Affective social competence
AG Halberstadt, SA Denham, JC Dunsmore
Social development 10 (1), 79-119, 2001
Family socialization of emotional expression and nonverbal communication styles and skills.
AG Halberstadt
Journal of personality and social psychology 51 (4), 827, 1986
Self-expressiveness within the family context: Psychometric support for a new measure.
AG Halberstadt, J Cassidy, CA Stifter, RD Parke, NA Fox
Psychological assessment 7 (1), 93, 1995
Mother‐and father‐reported reactions to children’s negative emotions: Relations to young children’s emotional understanding and friendship quality
NL McElwain, AG Halberstadt, BL Volling
Child development 78 (5), 1407-1425, 2007
Family expressiveness: A retrospective and new directions for research.
AG Halberstadt, VW Crisp, KL Eaton
Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1999
A meta-analysis of family expressiveness and children's emotion expressiveness and understanding
AG Halberstadt, KL Eaton
Marriage & Family Review 34 (1-2), 35-62, 2002
How does family emotional expressiveness affect children's schemas?
JC Dunsmore, AG Halberstadt
Jossey-Bass, 1997
Parent, family, and child characteristics: associations with mother-and father-reported emotion socialization practices.
MS Wong, NL McElwain, AG Halberstadt
Journal of Family Psychology 23 (4), 452, 2009
Toward an ecology of expressiveness: Family socialization in particular and a model in general.
AG Halberstadt
Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1991
Smiling and gazing
JA Hall, AG Halberstadt
The psychology of gender: Advances through meta-analysis, 136-158, 1986
Masculinity and femininity in children: Development of the Children's Personal Attributes Questionnaire.
JA Hall, AG Halberstadt
Developmental Psychology 16 (4), 270, 1980
Parents’ beliefs about emotions and children’s recognition of parents’ emotions
JC Dunsmore, P Her, AG Halberstadt, MB Perez-Rivera
Journal of nonverbal behavior 33 (2), 121-140, 2009
Emotion development in infancy through the lens of culture
AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada
Emotion Review 3 (2), 158-168, 2011
" Emotions are a window into one's heart": A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups
AE Parker, AG Halberstadt, JC Dunsmore, G Townley, A Bryant Jr, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, i-144, 2012
Socialization of expressiveness: Family influences in particular and a model in general
AG Halberstadt
Fundamentals of emotional expressiveness, 106-162, 1991
Gender, nonverbal behavior, and perceived dominance: A test of the theory.
AG Halberstadt, MB Saitta
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 53 (2), 257, 1987
Parents' emotion‐related beliefs, behaviours, and skills predict children's recognition of emotion
VL Castro, AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada, AB Craig
Infant and child development 24 (1), 1-22, 2015
“Subordination” and nonverbal sensitivity: A study and synthesis of findings based on trait measures
JA Hall, AG Halberstadt, CE O'Brien
Sex Roles 37 (5), 295-317, 1997
Development and validation of the parents’ beliefs about children’s emotions questionnaire.
AG Halberstadt, JC Dunsmore, A Bryant Jr, AE Parker, KS Beale, ...
Psychological assessment 25 (4), 1195, 2013
Self-and family-expressiveness styles in the experience and expression of anger
BD Burrowes, AG Halberstadt
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 11 (4), 254-268, 1987
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