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Title/Research QuestionDate of Last UpdateAuthorsStatus/ JournalDescription of Data UsedNotes
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Published (No Updates)Which Fearful Toddlers Should We Worry about? BussBuss, K. A. (2011). Which fearful toddlers should we worry about? context, fear regulation, and anxiety risk. Developmental Psychology, 47(3), 804. main dysregulated fear paper, age 2 - fall kindergarten
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Dysregulated Fear Predicts Social Wariness & Social Anxiety SymptomsBuss, Davis, Kiel, Brooker, Beekman, & EarlyBuss, K. A., Davis, E. L., Kiel, E. J., Brooker, R. J., Beekman, C., & Early, M. C. (2013). Dysregulated Fear Predicts Social Wariness and Social Anxiety Symptoms during Kindergarten. Journal Of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 42(5), 603-616. doi:10.1080/15374416.2013.769170follow up of dysregulated fear paper with peer visit, spring ADIS
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Maternal Accuracy and Behavior in Anticipating Children's Responses to Novelty: Relations to Fearful Temperament and Implications for Anxiety Development.Kiel & BussKiel, E. J., & Buss, K. A. (2010). Maternal Accuracy and Behavior in Anticipating Children's Responses to Novelty: Relations to Fearful Temperament and Implications for Anxiety Development. Social Development, 19(2), 304-325. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9507.2009.00538.xaccuracy at age 2 to preschool outcomesBlue Highlight indicates a necessary update
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Do maternal protective behaviors alleviate toddler distress?Buss & KielBuss, K. A. (2011). Do maternal protective behaviors alleviate toddlers' fearful distress? International Journal of Behavioral Development (0165-0254), 35 (2), 136. DOI: 10.1177/0165025410375922
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Toddlers’ Duration of Attention Toward Putative ThreatKiel & BussKiel, E. J. and Buss, K. A. (2011), Toddlers’ Duration of Attention Toward Putative Threat. Infancy, 16: 198–210. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-7078.2010.00036.xattention to threat in RR
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Prospective Relations Among Fearful Temperament, Protective Parenting, and Social Withdrawal: The Role of Maternal Accuracy in a Moderated Mediation FrameworkKiel & BussKiel, E.J., Buss, K. A. (2011). Prospective relations among fearful temperament, protective parenting, and social withdrawal: The role of maternal accuracy in a moderated mediation framework. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 39 (7), 953-956. Study 1 of dissertation, accuracy, protection at age 2 to kindergaretn
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Salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol in toddlers: Differential relations to affective behaviorFortunato, Dribin, Granger, BussFortunato, C. K., Dribin, A. E., Granger, D. A., Buss, K. A. (2008). Salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol in toddlers: Differential relations to affective behavior. Developmental Psychobiology, 50 (8), 807-818. DOI: 10.1002/dev.20326
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Moms matter: The associations among maternal protective behavior, toddler distress, and toddler cortisol reactivity in novel contextsHutt, Kiel, BussHutt, R. L., Buss, K. A., Kiel, E. J. (2-13). Caregiver protective behavior, toddler fear and sadness, and toddler cortisol reactivity in novel contexts. Infancy, 18 (5), 708-728. DOI: 10.1111/j.1532-7078.2012.00141.xsadness, mom protection, cortisol
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Approach and Positive Affect in Toddlerhood Predict Early Childhood Behavior ProblemsDollar & BussDollar, J. M., Buss, K. A., (2014). Approach and positive affect in toddlerhood predict early childhood behavior problems. Social Development, 23 (2), 267-287. doi: 10.1111/sode.12062Age 2 approach and positive emotionality, fall kindergarten behavior problems
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Allostatic and environmental load in toddlers predicts anxiety in preschool and kindergartenBuss, Davis, & KielBuss, K. A., Davis, E. L., Kiel, E. J., (2011). Allostatic and environmental load in toddlers predicts anxiety in preschool and kindergarten. Development and Psychopathology, 23 (4), 1069-1087. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0954579411000502examining relations between allostatic and environmental load and outcomes
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Kindergarteners’ Self-Reported Social Inhibition and Observed Social Reticence: Moderation by Adult-Reported Social Inhibition and Social Anxiety Disorder SymptomsKiel, Buss, & MolitorKiel, E. J., Buss, K. A., Molitor, J. G. (2015). Kindergarteners' self-reported social inhibition and observed social reticence: Moderation by adult-reported social inhibition and social anxiety disorder symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 43, 531-542. DOI 10.1007/s10802-014-9925-2age 5 BPI shyness, POS reticence, parent and teacher HBQ, ADIS SAD symptoms
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Toddler Inhibitory Control, Bold Response to Novelty, and Positive Affect Predict Externalizing Symptoms in KindergartenBuss, Kiel, Morales & RobinsonBuss, K. A., Kiel, E. J., Morales, S., Robinson, E. (2014). Toddler inhibitory control, bold response to novelty, and positive affect predict externalizing symptoms in kindergarten. Social Development, 23 (2), 232-249. doi: 10.1111/sode.12058Age 2 IC, PA, Bold; Age 5 BPI ADHD/Ext, HBQ ADHD/EXT, POS aggression
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Moderators of the Relation between Shyness and Behavior with Peers: Cortisol Dysregulation and Maternal Emotion SocializationDavis & BussDavis, E. L., Buss, K. A., (2012). Moderators of the relation between shyness and behavior with peers: Cortisol dysregulation and maternal emotion socialization. Social Development, 21 (4), 801-820. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9507.2011.00654.x
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Dysregulated fear in toddlerhood predicts kindergarten social withdrawal through protective parentingKiel & BussKiel, E. J. & Buss, K. A. (2014). Dysregulated fear in toddlerhood predicts kindergarten social withdrawal through protective parenting. Infant and Child Development, 23, 304-313. PMCID: PMC4167770DF, caregiver coding, kindergartan social withdrawal (mom & teacher HBQ, stranger approach, POS reticence
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Gender Moderates the Progression from Fearful Temperament to Social Withdrawal through Protective Parenting6/14/2017Kiel, Premo, & BussKiel, E. J., Premo, J. E., Buss, K. A. (2015). Gender moderates the progression from fearful temperament to social withdrawal through protective parenting. Social Development, 00 (00), online version before inclusion in an issue. doi: 10.1111/sode.1214524 mo. Accuracy, gender, protective behavior, anxiety/shyness outcomes
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Mapping Temporal Dynamics in Social Interactions With Unified Structural Equation Modeling: A Description and Demonstration Revealing Time-Dependent Sex Differences in Play BehaviorBeltz, Beekman, Molenaar, & BussBeltz, A. M., Beekman, C., Molenaar, P. C. M., Buss, K. A., (2013). Mapping temporal dynamics in social interactions with unified structural equation modeling; A description and demonstration revealing time-dependent sex differences in play behavior. Applied Developmental Science, 17 (3), 152-168. DOI: 10.1080/10888691.2013.805953peer visit PA and vigor coding, gender differences in social dynamics
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Temperament Profiles from age 2 - age 6: Predictors and Outcomes9/28/2017Brooker, Kiel, BussBrooker, R.J., Kiel, E.J., & Buss, K.A. (2016). Early social fear predicts kindergarteners’ socially anxious behaviors: Direct associations, moderation by inhibitory control, and differences from nonsocial fear. Emotion, 16(7), 991-1010. http://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/emo0000135
Shows differences in developmental trajectories of social and nonsocial fear; social fear but not nonsocial fear predicts anxiety risk, link between fear and anxirety risk is moderated by inhibitory control such that high social fear and high IC predict greater risk.
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Age Differences in the Self-Regulation of Fear: Changes in the Dynamic Coupling of Prepotent and Executive Processes During Early Childhood6/24/2017Morales, Ram, Buss, Cole, Helm, & ChowMorales, S., Ram, N., Buss, K. A., Cole, P. M., Helm, J. L., & Chow, S. M. (2018). Age‐related changes in the dynamics of fear‐related regulation in early childhood. Developmental science, 21(5), e12633.
Clown and Lion second-by-second behaviors
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Active, Ongoing, In ProgressCallous-Unemotional Traits and Temperamental Fearlessness4/17/2018Wagner & BussAnalyses in progress Cohort 1 CBCL, BI paradigm (specifics TBD)
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kindergarten accuracy paper6/14/2017Kiel & BussSubmitted and rejected. Working on getting next submission out.Age 2 accuracy, protective behavior, kindergarten social withdrawal and kindergarten accuracy
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Context Controllability as ER Davis, Armstrong, & Bussin prepage 2 obs and 2, 3 parent-report
no one is working on this (LD)
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Inactive or TabledLPA and School AdjustmentBeekman, Davis, & Bussabout to be submittedage 5 teacher HBQ (fall and spring), CBQ
paper was rejected, needed new analyses to resubmit. I believe it is tabled (LD)
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Measurement stability of reactivity/regulation over childhoodBeekman/Davis & Bussanalyses in progressparent-report temperament multiple time points
no one is working on this (LD)
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Maternal Emotion Socialization of Boys' and Girls' Prosocial DevelopmentDavis, Scrimgeour, & Bussunder revision (will go back to IJBD as new)CCNES at age 5, prosocial subscales at 2 and 5
no one is working on this (LD)
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