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Measuring preschool children's affective attitudes toward mathematics Journal article
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2020,Volume: 53,Page: 413-424
Authors:  Xiao Zhang;  Yawei Yang;  Xinzhuo Zou;  Bi Ying Hu;  Lixin Ren
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Affect  Mathematics Attitudes  Mathematics Performance  Measurement Invariance  Social Context  Validation  
Profiles of Provision for Learning in Preschool Classrooms in Rural China: Associated Quality of Teacher-child Interactions and Teacher Characteristics Journal article
Early Education and Development, 2020
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Shuang Wang;  Yingquan Song;  Sherron Killingsworth Roberts
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Chinese preschool teachers’ emotional labor and regulation strategies Journal article
Teaching and Teacher Education, 2020,Volume: 92
Authors:  Limin Zhang;  Shulin Yu;  Lianjiang Jiang
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Characteristics  Emotional Labor  Preschool Teacher  Regulation Strategies  
Relationship Between Screen Time and Chinese Children’s Cognitive and Social Development Journal article
Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2020,Volume: 34,Issue: 2,Page: 183-207
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Gregory Kirk Johnson;  Timothy Teo;  Zhongling Wu
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Active Screen Time  Cognitive Development  Passive Screen Time  Social Development  
Teacher–child interaction quality and Chinese children's academic and cognitive development: New perspectives from piecewise growth modeling Journal article
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2020,Volume: 51,Page: 242-255
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Xitao Fan;  Yan Wu;  Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch;  Zhanmei Song
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Child Outcomes  China  Early Childhood Education  Piecewise Growth Model  Teacher–child Interaction  
Parent migration and rural preschool children’s early academic and social skill trajectories in China: Are ‘left-behind’ children really left behind? Journal article
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2020,Volume: 51,Page: 317-328
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Huiping Wu;  Adam Winsler;  Xitao Fan;  Zhanmei Song
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Left-behind Children  Migrant Children  Social Skills  Academic Skills  China  
Modeling the nonlinear relationship between structure and process quality features in Chinese preschool classrooms Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2020,Volume: 109,Page: 104677
Authors:  Shuang Wang;  Bi Ying Hu;  Jeniffer LoCasale-Crouch
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Back-propagation Neural Network  Chinese Preschool  Nonlinear System  Structural Quality  Teacher-child Interaction Quality  
Disentangling the Relations Between Different Components of Family Socioeconomic Status and Chinese Preschoolers’ School Readiness Journal article
Family Process, 2020,Volume: x
Authors:  LIXIN REN;  BI YING HU;  XIAO ZHANG
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Chinese Children  Extracurricular Activities  Parental Engagement  School Readiness  Socioeconomic Status  
Teacher–child Interaction and Preschoolers’ Learning Behavior in China: A Piecewise Growth Model Journal article
Early Education and Development, 2020
Authors:  Hu,Bi Ying;  Wu,Zhongling;  Winsler,Adam;  Wu,Yan;  Fan,Xitao
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Early childhood educators' attitudes toward science teaching in Chinese schools Journal article
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 2019,Volume: 44,Issue: 4,Page: 423-435
Authors:  Oon,Pey Tee;  Hu,Bi Ying;  Wei,Bing
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Attitudes Toward Science  Early Childhood Educators  Rasch Analysis