Laible, D., McGinley, M., Carlo, G., Augustine, M., & Murphy, T. (in press). Does engaging in prosocial behavior make you see the world through rose colored glasses? The links between social information processing and prosocial behavior, Developmental Psychology. pdf
Murphy, T. M., & Laible, D. J. (in press). The influence of attachment on preschool children’s empathic responding, International Journal of Behavioral Development.
Laible, D. & Thompson,
R., & Froimson (in press). Early
socialization: The influence of close
relationships. In J. Grusec & P. Hastings (Eds.), Handbook of Socialization (Rev.
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Laible, D. & Karahuta,
E. (in press). Prosocial behaviors in early childhood: Helping
others, responding to the distress of others, and working with others. In L. Padilla-Walker & G. Carlo
(Eds). The Complexities of Raising Prosocial Children: An Examination of the
Multidimensionality of Prosocial Behaviors.
New York, NY: Oxford University
Laible, D. & Murphy, T.
(in press). Constructing moral, emotional, and relational
understanding in the context of mother-child reminiscing. In Weinraub, C. & Recchia, H. (Eds), Talking about Right and Wrong: Parent-Child
Conversations as Contexts for Moral Development. New York:Cambridge University Press.
Laible, D., Murphy, T., & Augustine (2013). Constructing emotional and relational understanding: The role of mother-child reminiscing about negatively-valenced events, Social Development, 22, 300-318. pdf
Laible, D. & Murphy, T., & Augustine, M. (2013). Predicting the quality of mother-child reminiscing surrounding negative emotional events at 42- and 48-months, Journal of Cognition and Development, 14, 270-291.
Murphy, T. & Laible, D. (2012). Attachment and empathy: The mediating role of emotion regulation, Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 58, 1-21.
Panfile, T. M., Laible, D. J., Eye, J. L. (2012). Conflict frequency between mother-child dyads across contexts: The links with attachment security, Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 27, 147-155.
Laible, D. (2011). Does it matter if preschool children and mothers discuss positive vs. negative events during reminiscing? Links with attachment, family emotional climate, and socioemotional development, Social Development, 20, 394-411.
Laible, D., Carlo, G., Panfile, T., Eye, J., Parker, J. (2010). Emotionality and emotion regulation: A person-centered approach to predicting socioemotional adjustment in young adolescents,Journal of Research on Personality, 44, 621-629.
Laible, D., Panfile, T., & Makariev, D. (2008). The quality and frequency of mother-toddler conflict: Links with attachment and temperament. Child Development. 79, 426-443.
Laible, D. & Carlo, G., & Eye, J. (2008). Dimensions of conscience development in mid-adolescence: Links with temperament and parenting, Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 37, 875-887.