Priscilla Goble
Priscilla Goble
Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Sciences, Texas State University
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The role of sex of peers and gender‐typed activities in young children's peer affiliative networks: A longitudinal analysis of selection and influence
CL Martin, O Kornienko, DR Schaefer, LD Hanish, RA Fabes, P Goble
Child development 84 (3), 921-937, 2013
Teacher-child racial/ethnic match within pre-kindergarten classrooms and children’s early school adjustment
JT Downer, P Goble, SS Myers, RC Pianta
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 37, 26-38, 2016
Does professional development reduce the influence of teacher stress on teacher–child interactions in pre-kindergarten classrooms?
LE Sandilos, P Goble, SE Rimm-Kaufman, RC Pianta
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 42, 280-290, 2018
Children’s gender-typed activity choices across preschool social contexts
P Goble, CL Martin, LD Hanish, RA Fabes
Sex Roles 67, 435-451, 2012
Teacher–child interactions in free choice and teacher-directed activity settings: Prediction to school readiness
P Goble, RC Pianta
Early education and development 28 (8), 1035-1051, 2017
Preschool contexts and teacher interactions: Relations with school readiness
P Goble, LD Hanish, CL Martin, ND Eggum-Wilkens, SA Foster, RA Fabes
Early education and development 27 (5), 623-641, 2016
Burnout and Teacher–child interactions: The moderating influence of SEL interventions in head start classrooms
L Sandilos, P Goble, S Schwartz
Early Education and Development 31 (7), 1169-1185, 2020
Gains in teacher-child interaction quality and children's school readiness skills: Does it matter where teachers start?
P Goble, LE Sandilos, RC Pianta
Journal of school psychology 73, 101-113, 2019
The transition from preschool to first grade: A transactional model of development
P Goble, ND Eggum-Wilkens, CI Bryce, SA Foster, LD Hanish, CL Martin, ...
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 49, 55-67, 2017
Building integrated peer relationships in preschool classrooms: The potential of buddies
LD Hanish, CL Martin, R Cook, D DeLay, B Lecheile, RA Fabes, P Goble, ...
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 73, 101257, 2021
Kindergarten school engagement: Linking early temperament and academic achievement at the transition to school
CI Bryce, P Goble, J Swanson, RA Fabes, LD Hanish, CL Martin
Moving Forward in the Study of Temperament and Early Education Outcomes, 162-178, 2020
Preschoolers’ interactions with other-gender peers promote prosocial behavior and reduce aggression: An examination of the Buddy Up intervention
SX Xiao, LD Hanish, LM Malouf, CL Martin, B Lecheile, P Goble, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 60, 403-413, 2022
Gender and education
E Pahlke, P Goble
Elsevier, 2015
Intervention implementation of Tools of the Mind for preschool children’s executive functioning
P Goble, T Flynn, C Nauman, P Almendarez, M Linstrom
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 624140, 2021
Development of executive function skills: Examining the role of teachers and externalizing behaviour problems
P Goble, C Nauman, K Fife, SM Blalock
Infant and Child Development 29 (1), e2160, 2020
Forecasting youth adjustment at age 15 from school readiness profiles at 54 months
P Goble, RC Pianta, TJ Sabol
Applied Developmental Science 23 (4), 353-370, 2019
The Benefits of Buddies: Strategically pairing preschoolers with other-gender classmates promotes positive peer interactions
LD Hanish, SX Xiao, LM Malouf, CL Martin, P Goble, RA Fabes, D DeLay, ...
Early education and development 34 (5), 1011-1025, 2023
Dimensions of preschool play activities: Relations with academic readiness
PM Goble
Arizona State University, 2010
Examining Child-Centered and Direct Instruction Approaches to Early Education
P Goble
Arizona State University, 2014
Adolescent Academic Success: Teacher-Child Interactions as a Buffer for Early Childhood Relational Adversity
C Nauman, P Goble, EC Alfaro, AA Weimer
Journal of Child and Family Studies 32 (7), 1895-1910, 2023
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