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Laura Brock
Laura Brock
Teacher Education, College of Charleston
Verified email at cofc.edu
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The contribution of children’s self-regulation and classroom quality to children’s adaptive behaviors in the kindergarten classroom.
SE Rimm-Kaufman, TW Curby, KJ Grimm, L Nathanson, LL Brock
Developmental psychology 45 (4), 958, 2009
7852009
The contributions of ‘hot’and ‘cool’executive function to children's academic achievement, learning-related behaviors, and engagement in kindergarten
LL Brock, SE Rimm-Kaufman, L Nathanson, KJ Grimm
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 24 (3), 337-349, 2009
7452009
Fine motor skills and executive function both contribute to kindergarten achievement
CE Cameron, LL Brock, WM Murrah, LH Bell, SL Worzalla, D Grissmer, ...
Child development 83 (4), 1229-1244, 2012
5932012
Children's perceptions of the classroom environment and social and academic performance: A longitudinal analysis of the contribution of the Responsive Classroom approach
LL Brock, TK Nishida, C Chiong, KJ Grimm, SE Rimm-Kaufman
Journal of school psychology 46 (2), 129-149, 2008
2742008
Teachers' emotional support consistency predicts children's achievement gains and social skills
TW Curby, LL Brock, BK Hamre
Early Education & Development 24 (3), 292-309, 2013
2092013
Early adjustment, gender differences, and classroom organizational climate in first grade
CC Ponitz, SE Rimm-Kaufman, LL Brock, L Nathanson
The Elementary School Journal 110 (2), 142-162, 2009
1372009
Emotional support consistency and teacher–child relationships forecast social competence and problem behaviors in prekindergarten and kindergarten
LL Brock, TW Curby
Early Education and Development 25 (5), 661-680, 2014
992014
Visuomotor integration and inhibitory control compensate for each other in school readiness.
CE Cameron, LL Brock, BE Hatfield, EA Cottone, E Rubinstein, ...
Developmental psychology 51 (11), 1529, 2015
632015
Kindergarten adjustment difficulty: The contribution of children's effortful control and parental control
L Nathanson, SE Rimm-Kaufman, LL Brock
Early Education and Development 20 (5), 775-798, 2009
432009
Play-based after-school curriculum improves measures of executive function, visuospatial and math skills and classroom behavior for high risk K-1 children
DW Grissmer, AJ Mashburn, E Cottone, WB Chen, LL Brock, WM Murrah, ...
paper to be presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in …, 2013
312013
An after-school intervention targeting executive function and visuospatial skills also improves classroom behavior
LL Brock, WM Murrah, EA Cottone, AJ Mashburn, DW Grissmer
International Journal of Behavioral Development 42 (5), 474-484, 2018
302018
The role of children's adaptability in classrooms characterized by low or high teacher emotional support consistency
LL Brock, TW Curby
School Psychology Review 45 (2), 209-225, 2016
302016
The development of theory of mind: Predictors and moderators of improvement in kindergarten
LL Brock, H Kim, CC Gutshall, DW Grissmer
Early Child Development and Care, 2018
272018
Executive function and medical non-adherence: a different perspective
LL Brock, CD Brock, CC Thiedke
The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 42 (2), 105-115, 2011
272011
Delay of gratification in first grade: The role of instructional context
LL Brock, SE Rimm-Kaufman, SB Wanless
Learning and Individual Differences 29, 81-88, 2014
242014
Unique contributions of attentional control and visuomotor integration on concurrent teacher-reported classroom functioning in early elementary students
H Kim, AI Byers, CE Cameron, LL Brock, EA Cottone, DW Grissmer
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 36, 379-390, 2016
232016
Psychometric properties of the teacher-reported motor skills rating scale
H Kim, WM Murrah, CE Cameron, LL Brock, EA Cottone, D Grissmer
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment 33 (7), 640-651, 2015
192015
Theory of mind, directly and indirectly, facilitates kindergarten adjustment via verbal ability, executive function, and emotion knowledge
LL Brock, H Kim, CL Kelly, AJ Mashburn, DW Grissmer
Psychology in the Schools 56 (2), 176-193, 2019
182019
The efficacy of minds in motion on children’s development of executive function, visuo-spatial and math skills
D Grissmer, A Mashburn, E Cottone, L Brock, W Murrah, J Blodgett, ...
society for research in educational effectiveness conference, Washington, DC, 2013
182013
Longitudinal associations among executive function, visuomotor integration, and achievement in a high‐risk sample
LL Brock, H Kim, DW Grissmer
Mind, Brain, and Education 12 (1), 23-27, 2018
172018
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