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Family Socioeconomic Status and Chinese Preschoolers’ Social Skills: Examining Underlying Family Processes Journal article
Journal of family psychology, 2020,Volume: 34,Issue: 8,Page: 969-979
Authors:  Zhongling Wu;  Bi Ying Hu;  Huiping Wu;  Adam Winsler;  Liang Chen
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Family Socioeconomic Status  Social Skills  Parenting Practices  Marital Relationships  Chinese Preschool Children  
The Relation between Parenting Stress and Child Behavior Problems: Negative Parenting Styles as Mediator Journal article
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2020,Volume: 29,Issue: 11,Page: 2993-3003
Authors:  Mak,Miranda Chi Kuan;  Yin,Lu;  Li,Minghui;  Cheung,Ray Yu hin;  Oon,Pey Tee
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Child Behavior Problems  Mediator  Negative (Authoritarian And Permissive) Parenting Styles  Parenting Stress  Preschool Children  
Parent-Child Number Application Activities Predict Children’s Math Trajectories From Preschool to Primary School Journal article
Journal of educational psychology, 2020,Volume: 112,Issue: 8,Page: 1521-1531
Authors:  Xiao Zhang;  Bi Ying Hu;  Xinzhuo Zou;  Lixin Ren
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Application  Home Math Activities  Math Learning  Parental Involvement  
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  
Exploring the complex relationship between developmentally appropriate activities and teacher-child interaction quality in rural Chinese preschools Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2020,Volume: 116
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Shuang Wang;  Yingquan Song;  Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch
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Activities  Chinese Preschool  Provision For Learning  Teacher-child Interactions  
Longitudinal associations between Chinese preschool children’s approaches to learning and teacher-child relationships Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2020,Volume: 116,Page: 105240
Authors:  Lin Guan;  Bi Ying Hu;  Adam Winsler
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Approaches To Learning  Preschool  China  Teacher-child Relationships  Longitudinal  Child-driven Effect  
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  
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