Referred Journal Articles
Erdman, P., LaFollette, M.R., Steklis, N.G., Steklis, H.D., Germone, M.M., and Kogan, L. (in press). Guide to Human-Animal Interaction Education. Human Animal Interaction Bulletin.
Akçabozan, N.B., McDaniel, B.T., Corkery, S.A., & Curran, M. (2016). Gender, Sacrifices, and Variability in Commitment: A Daily Diary Study of Pregnant Heterosexual Cohabitors and their Partners. Sex Roles, pp 1–15.
Mills-Koonce, W.R., Willoughby, M.T., Zvara, B., Barnett, M.A., Gustafsson, H., Cox, M.J. & The Family Life Project Key Investigators (2015). Mothers' and fathers' sensitivity and children's cognitive development in low-income, rural families. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 38, 1-10.
Gonzalez, H. & Barnett, M.A. (2014). Romantic partner and biological father support: Associations with maternal distress in low-income Mexican-American families. Family Relations, 63, 371-383. *Winner of Best Paper by a Student or New Professional from the Men in Families focus group of the National Council on Family Relations.*
Gustafsson, H. C., Barnett, M.A., Towe-Goodman, N. R., Mills-Koonce, W. R., Cox, M. J., & The Family Life Project Key Investigators (2014). Family violence and children's behavior problems: Unique contributions of intimate partner and child directed physical aggression. Journal of Family Violence, 29, 773-781.
Barnett, M.A., Scaramella, L.V., McGoron, L. & Callahan, K.C. (2012). Coparenting cooperation and child adjustment in low-income mother-grandmother and mother-father families. Family Science, 2, 159-170.
Mills-Koonce, W.R., Garrett-Peters, P., Barnett, M.A., Granger, D., Blair, C., Cox, M.J. & The Family Life Project Key Investigators (2011). Paternal contributions to cortisol responses in infancy and toddlerhood. Developmental Psychology, 47, 2, 388-395.
Barnett, M.A., Scaramella, L.V., Neppl, T.K., Ontai, L. & Conger, R. (2010). Intergenerational relationships, gender, and grandparent involvement. Family Relations, 59, 28-44.
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