Elaine Reese
Elaine Reese
University of Otago, Clark University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei psy.otago.ac.nz
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Elaborating on elaborations: Role of maternal reminiscing style in cognitive and socioemotional development
R Fivush, CA Haden, E Reese
Child development 77 (6), 1568-1588, 2006
8932006
Mother-child conversations about the past: Relationships of style and memory over time
E Reese, CA Haden, R Fivush
Cognitive development 8 (4), 403-430, 1993
8791993
Quality of adult book reading affects children's emergent literacy.
E Reese, A Cox
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 20, 1999
5931999
Parental styles of talking about the past.
E Reese, R Fivush
Developmental psychology 29 (3), 596, 1993
5811993
Picture book reading with young children: A conceptual framework
KL Fletcher, E Reese
Developmental review 25 (1), 64-103, 2005
4792005
Mothers' extratextual comments during storybook reading: Stylistic differences over time and across texts
CA Haden, E Reese, R Fivush
Discourse processes 21 (2), 135-169, 1996
3721996
Origins of autobiographical memory.
K Harley, E Reese
Developmental Psychology 35 (5), 1338, 1999
3661999
Training mothers in elaborative reminiscing enhances children’s autobiographical memory and narrative
E Reese, R Newcombe
Child development 78 (4), 1153-1170, 2007
3342007
Social factors in the development of autobiographical memory: The state of the art
E Reese
Social development 11 (1), 124-142, 2002
3212002
Maternal style and children's participation in reminiscing: Stepping stones in children's autobiographical memory development
K Farrant, E Reese
Journal of Cognition and Development 1 (2), 193-225, 2000
3132000
Remembering, recounting, and reminiscing: The development of autobiographical memory in social context.
R Fivush, C Haden, E Reese
Cambridge University Press, 1996
3131996
A review of parent interventions for preschool children’s language and emergent literacy
E Reese, A Sparks, D Leyva
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 10 (1), 97-117, 2010
2962010
Emotional reminiscing and the development of an autobiographical self.
A Bird, E Reese
Developmental Psychology 42 (4), 613, 2006
2782006
Predicting children's literacy from mother-child conversations
E Reese
Cognitive Development 10 (3), 381-405, 1995
2561995
Coherence of personal narratives across the lifespan: A multidimensional model and coding method
E Reese, CA Haden, L Baker-Ward, P Bauer, R Fivush, PA Ornstein
Journal of cognition and development 12 (4), 424-462, 2011
2552011
Mothers, fathers, daughters, sons: Gender differences in autobiographical reminiscing
E Reese, CA Haden, R Fivush
Research on Language and social Interaction 29 (1), 27-56, 1996
2331996
Maternal elaborative reminiscing increases low-income children's narrative skills relative to dialogic reading
E Reese, D Leyva, A Sparks, W Grolnick
Early Education and Development 21 (3), 318-342, 2010
2112010
Emerging identities: Narrative and self from early childhood to early adolescence
E Reese, C Yan, F Jack, H Hayne
Narrative development in adolescence, 23-43, 2010
1932010
Maternal structure and autonomy support in conversations about the past: contributions to children's autobiographical memory.
ES Cleveland, E Reese
Developmental psychology 41 (2), 376, 2005
1922005
Evaluations and orientations in mother–child narratives as a function of attachment security: A longitudinal investigation
R Newcombe, E Reese
International Journal of Behavioral Development 28 (3), 230-245, 2004
1672004
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