Socioeconomic Status, Parenting, and Child Development

By Marc H. Bornstein; Robert H. Bradley | Go to book overview

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KAY BATHURST is Professor of Psychology at California State University, Fullerton, and Co-Director of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study. Her PhD is from the University of California at Los Angeles. Bathurst's research interests include psychological assessment, standardized testing, and test-taking behavior, family functioning and divorce, and intellectual giftedness. She is co-author of Gifted IQ: Early Developmental Aspects. Bathurst is a member of the American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, Society for Research in Child Development, and Western Psychological Association. She has served on the editorial board of Child Development.

MARC H. BORNSTEIN is Senior Investigator and Head of Child and Family Research at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. He holds a B. A. from Columbia College and a PhD from Yale University. Bornstein was a Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, and received a RCDA from the NICHD, the Ford Cross-Cultural Research Award from the HRAF, the McCandless Young Scientist Award from the APA, the US PHS Superior Service Award from the NIH, two Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowships, an Award for Excellence from the American Mensa Education & Research Foundation, and the Arnold Gesell Prize from the Theodor Hellbriigge Foundation. Bornstein has held faculty positions at Princeton University and New York University as well as visiting academic appointments in Munich, London, Paris, New York, and Tokyo. Bornstein

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