Clancy Blair
Clancy Blair
Department of Applied Psychology, New York University
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Relating effortful control, executive function, and false belief understanding to emerging math and literacy ability in kindergarten
C Blair, RP Razza
Child development 78 (2), 647-663, 2007
School readiness: Integrating cognition and emotion in a neurobiological conceptualization of children's functioning at school entry.
C Blair
American psychologist 57 (2), 111, 2002
Biological processes in prevention and intervention: The promotion of self-regulation as a means of preventing school failure
C Blair, A Diamond
Development and psychopathology 20 (3), 899, 2008
Intelligence: new findings and theoretical developments.
RE Nisbett, J Aronson, C Blair, W Dickens, J Flynn, DF Halpern, ...
American psychologist 67 (2), 130, 2012
Promoting academic and social‐emotional school readiness: The Head Start REDI program
KL Bierman, CE Domitrovich, RL Nix, SD Gest, JA Welsh, MT Greenberg, ...
Child development 79 (6), 1802-1817, 2008
The development of cognitive skills and gains in academic school readiness for children from low-income families.
JA Welsh, RL Nix, C Blair, KL Bierman, KE Nelson
Journal of educational psychology 102 (1), 43, 2010
Executive functions and school readiness intervention: Impact, moderation, and mediation in the Head Start REDI program
KL Bierman, RL Nix, MT Greenberg, C Blair, CE Domitrovich
Development and psychopathology 20 (3), 821, 2008
Child development in the context of adversity: experiential canalization of brain and behavior.
C Blair, CC Raver
American Psychologist 67 (4), 309, 2012
School readiness and self-regulation: A developmental psychobiological approach
C Blair, CC Raver
Annual review of psychology 66, 711-731, 2015
How similar are fluid cognition and general intelligence? A developmental neuroscience perspective on fluid cognition as an aspect of human cognitive ability
C Blair
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (2), 109, 2006
Salivary cortisol mediates effects of poverty and parenting on executive functions in early childhood
C Blair, DA Granger, M Willoughby, R Mills‐Koonce, M Cox, ...
Child development 82 (6), 1970-1984, 2011
Cortisol reactivity is positively related to executive function in preschool children attending Head Start
C Blair, D Granger, R Peters Razza
Child development 76 (3), 554-567, 2005
The measurement of executive function in early childhood
C Blair, PD Zelazo, MT Greenberg
Developmental neuropsychology 28 (2), 561-571, 2005
The promotion of self‐regulation as a means of enhancing school readiness and early achievement in children at risk for school failure
A Ursache, C Blair, CC Raver
Child Development Perspectives 6 (2), 122-128, 2012
Stress and the development of self‐regulation in context
C Blair
Child development perspectives 4 (3), 181-188, 2010
Poverty as a predictor of 4-year-olds' executive function: new perspectives on models of differential susceptibility.
CC Raver, C Blair, M Willoughby
Developmental psychology 49 (2), 292, 2013
Closing the achievement gap through modification of neurocognitive and neuroendocrine function: Results from a cluster randomized controlled trial of an innovative approach to …
C Blair, CC Raver
PloS one 9 (11), e112393, 2014
Hippocampus and amygdala morphology in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
KJ Plessen, R Bansal, H Zhu, R Whiteman, J Amat, GA Quackenbush, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 63 (7), 795-807, 2006
Concurrent and 2-year longitudinal relations between executive function and the behavior of 1st and 2nd grade children
NR Riggs, CB Blair, MT Greenberg
Child Neuropsychology 9 (4), 267-276, 2004
A bidirectional model of executive functions and self-regulation.
C Blair, A Ursache
Guilford Press, 2011
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