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Robert Bradley

Bio

Professor,School of Social and Family Dynamics and Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Education:

Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Core Scholarly Themes:

Child, Adolescent and Life Course Development

Family Dyamics

 

Research Interests:

Parenting, home environment, socioeconomic and cultural influences on family processes and child development, early education, child care,  measurement of environments.

 

Courses

Spring 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 598 Special Topics
EDP 784 Internship
EDP 792 Research
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 598 Special Topics
SOC 598 Special Topics

Fall 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 498 Pro-Seminar
DCI 792 Research
EDP 792 Research
FAS 390 Supervised Research Experience
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 498 Pro-Seminar
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 598 Special Topics
EDP 784 Internship
FAS 390 Supervised Research Experience
FAS 493 Honors Thesis
FAS 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 598 Special Topics
SOC 598 Special Topics

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 498 Pro-Seminar
EDP 792 Research
FAS 390 Supervised Research Experience
FAS 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 498 Pro-Seminar
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 598 Special Topics
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 598 Special Topics
SOC 598 Special Topics

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 498 Pro-Seminar
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PGS 498 Pro-Seminar
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 598 Special Topics
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 598 Special Topics
SOC 598 Special Topics

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 498 Pro-Seminar
PGS 498 Pro-Seminar

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 598 Special Topics
PSY 590 Reading and Conference
PSY 592 Research
PSY 598 Special Topics
PSY 599 Thesis
PSY 790 Reading and Conference
PSY 792 Research
PSY 799 Dissertation
SOC 598 Special Topics

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 498 Pro-Seminar
PGS 498 Pro-Seminar

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. J. Lansford, K. Deater-Deckard, M. Bornstein, D. Putnick, R. Bradley. Attitudes justifying domestic violence predict endorsement of corporal punishment and physical and psychological aggression towards children: A study in 25 low- and middle-income countries. Journal of Pediatrics (2014).

  2. J. Swanson, C. Valiente, K Lemery-Chalfant, R. Bradley, N. Eggum-Wilkens. Longitudinal relations between parents’ reactions to children’s negative emotions, effortful control, and math achievemen. Child Development (2014).

  3. R. Bradley, A. Pennar, J. Glick. The home environment of infants from immigrant families in the United States: Findings from the New Immigrant Study. Infant Mental Health Journal (2014).

  4. R. Bradley, N. Cabrera. Retooling: Evolution in research on fathers – A commentary. Infant Mental Health Journal (2014).

  5. S. Friedman, E. Scholnick, R Bender, N. Vandergrift, S. Spieker, K. Hirsh-Pasek, D. Keating, Y. Park & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Planning in middle childhood: Early predictors and later outcomes. Child Development (2014).

  6. A. Fuligni, C. Brady-Smith, C. Tamis-LeMonda, R. Bradley, R. Chazan-Cohen, L. Boyce, J. Brooks-Gunn. Patterns of supportive parenting in the first 3 years of life: Correlates and consequences in low-income European American, African American and Latino families. Parenting: Science & Practice (2013).

  7. H. Fitzgerald, R. Bradley. Introduction: Paternal family relationships, child risk, and child outcomes. Family Science (2013).

  8. J. Ipsa, A. Csiznadia, D. Rudy, M. Fine, J. Krull, R. Bradley, N. Cabrera. Patterns of maternal directiveness by ethnicity among Early Head Start research participants. Parenting: Science & Practice (2013).

  9. J. Lumeng, K. Wendorf, M. Pesch, D. Appugliese, N. Kacirote, R. Corwyn, R. Bradley. Overweight adolescents and life events in childhood. Pediatrics (2013).

  10. L. McKelvey, N., Burrow, G. Mesman, J. Pemberton, R. Bradley, H. Fitzgerald. Supportive fathers moderate the effects of mothers’ alcohol use on children’s externalizing behavior problems. Family Science (2013).

  11. Natasha Cabrera, Catherine Tamis-LeMonda, Robert Bradley, Jacklyn Shannon, G. Hancock.. Parenting during early childhood in low-income families: Variations by gender. Family Science (2013).

  12. Robert H. Bradley. Strike up the band: The PICCOLO players have arrived (a commentary). Infant Mental Health Journal (2013).

  13. Robert H. Bradley, Robert Corwyn. From parent to child to parent...: Paths in and out of problem behavior. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2013).

  14. Book chapter: Lori Roggman, Robert H. Bradley, Helen Raikes. Fathers in family context. Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (2nd. edition). Taylor & Francis (2013).

  15. J. Glick, L. Hanish, S. Yakibu, R. H. Bradley. Migration timing and parenting practices: Contributions to social development in preschoolers with foreign-born and native born mothers. Child Development (2012).

  16. J. Wu, R. H. Bradley, T-L Chiang. Cross-border marriage and disparities in early childhood development in a population-based birth cohort study: The mediation of the home environment. Child: Care, Health, and Development (2012).

  17. M. Weinraub, R. Bender, S. Friedman, E. Susman, B. Knoke, R. Bradley, R. Houts, J. Williams & NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Patterns of developmental change in infants’ nighttime sleep awakenings from 6 to 36 months of age.. Developmental Psychology (2012).

  18. N. Cabrera, R. H. Bradley. Latino fathers and their children. Child Development Perspectives (2012).

  19. P. Casey, R. H. Bradley, L. Whiteside-Mansell, K. Barrett, J. Gossett, P. Simpson. Evolution of obesity in a low birth weight cohort.. Journal of Perinatology (2012).

  20. R. H. Bradley. Commentary: Nine-year-old children exposed to more sociodemographic, physical and psychosocial risks tend to have poorer self-regulatory behaviour and are more likely to show an increase in BMI during the next 4 years.. Evidence Based Nursing (2012).

  21. R. H. Bradley, D. Putnick. Housing quality and access to material and learning resources with the home environment in developing countries. Child Development (2012).

  22. Book chapter: Lori Roggman, Robert H. Bradley, & Helen Raikes. Fathers in family context. Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Taylor & Francis (2012).

  23. Book chapter: Marc Bornstein, Jeylan Mortimer, Karen Luftey, Robert Bradley. Theories and processes in lifespan socialization. Handbook of Lifespan Development. Springer (2012).

  24. Book chapter: Marc Bornstein, Robert Bradley, Karen Luftey, Jeylan Mortimer, Amy Pennar. Contexts and contents of socialization: A life-span perspective. Handbook of Lifespan Development. Springer (2012).

  25. Book chapter: Robert H. Bradley. Rural Versus Urban Environments. A Developmental environment measurement handbook. Cambridge University Press (2012).

  26. Book chapter: Robert H. Bradley. The HOME Inventory. A Developmental Environment Measurement Handbook. Cambridge University Press (2012).

  27. R. H. Bradley. Immigration and acculturation: Child care and schooling. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development (2011).

  28. R. H. Bradley & K. Kao. Home environment. Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Vol. 2 (2011).

  29. J. Wu, T. Chiang, R. H. Bradley. Adaptation and validation of the HOME-SF as a caregiver report home environment measure for use in the Taiwan Birth Cohort Study. Early Child Development and Care (2011).

  30. J.D. Haltigan, G.I. Rolsman, E. Susman, K. Barnett-Walker, K. Monahan & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Elevanted trajectories of externalizing problems are associated with awakening cortisol levels in midadolescence.. Developmental Psychology (2011).

  31. L. McKelvey, L. Whiteside-Mansell, R.H. Bradley, P. H. Casey, N. Conners-Burrow, K. Barrett. Growing up in violent communities: Do family conflict and gender moderate impacts on adolescents' psychosocial development?. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2011).

  32. M. Burchinal, K. McCartney, L. Steinberg, R. Crosnoe, S. Friedman, V. McLoyd, R. Pianta & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Examining the black-white achievement gap among low-income children using the NICHD study of early child care and youth development.. Child Development (2011).

  33. N. Cabrera, G. Cook, K. McFadden, R. Bradley.. Father residence and father-child relationship quality: Peer relationships and externalizing behavior problems. Family Science (2011).

  34. N. Davis, J, Ashba, D, Appugliese, N. Kaciroti, R. Corwyn, R. Bradley, J. Lumeng. Adolescent obesity and maternal and paternal sensitivity and monitoring. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity (2011).

  35. R. H . Bradley, S. McRitchie, R. Houts, P. Nader, M. Obrien & the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Parenting and the decline of physical activity from age 9 to 15. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2011).

  36. R. H. Bradley, L. McKelvey, L. Whiteside-Mansell. Does quality of stimulation and support in the home environment moderate the effects of early childhood programs?. Child Development (2011).

  37. Book chapter: Robert. H. Bradley & Amy Pennar. Maternal sensitivity in middle childhood. Maternal Sensitivity: A Critical Review for Practitioners. Nova Science Pub. Inc. (2011).

  38. Deborah Vandell, Margaret Burchinal, Jay Belsky, Lawrence Steinberg, Nathan Vandergrift, and the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Do effects of early child care extend to age 15 years? Results from the NICHD study of early child care and youth development. Child Development (2010).

  39. Gary Evans, Henry Riccuitti, Steven Hope, Ingrid Schoon, Robert H. Bradley, Roberrt Corwyn, & Cindy Hazan. Crowding and cognitive development. The mediating role of maternal responsiveness among 36-month-old children.. Environment and Behavior (2010).

  40. Jay Belsky, Lawrence Steinberg, Renate Houts, Bonnie Halpern-Fisher & NICHD Early Child Care Research Network1. The development of reproductive strategy in (white) females: Harsh maternal control -> earlier menarche -> increased sexual risk taking. Developmental Psychology (2010).

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Presentations

  1. R. Bradley The HOME Inventory: Practical considerations for working with families. Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona. (Sep 2014).
  2. R. Bradley The HOME Inventory: What we have learned about family conditions, parents and children's well-being around the world. International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. (Sep 2014).
  3. R. Bradley, A. Pennar, J. Glick The home environments of infants and toddlers of legal immigrants in the US: Findings from the New Immigrant Study. World Association for Infant Mental Health. (Jul 2014).
  4. L. McKelvey, R. Bradley, L. Whiteside-Mansell Mothers with alcohol problems' warmth and acceptance: Enough to protect children from later behavioral problems?. World Association for Infant Mental Health. (Jul 2014).
  5. L. Whiteside-Mansell, L. McKelvey, R. Bradley The Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment and Family Map Inventories: Overlap and Differences. Head Start Research Conference. (Jun 2014).
  6. L. McKelvey, R. Bradley, L. Whiteside Mansell Fostering children's cognitive development through home visiting: Supporting parents with varying levels of warmth. Society for Research in Human Development. (Apr 2014).
  7. R. Bradley, A. Pennar, J. Glick The home environments of immigrant adolescents: Findings from the New Immigrant Study. Society for Research in Human Development. (Apr 2014).
  8. J. Swanson, C. Valiente, K. Lemery-Chalfant, R. Bradley Student-teacher temperament differentials: Implications for academic performance and school liking in kindergarten. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2014).
  9. T. Abry, C. Bryce, R. Bradley, J. Swandon, R. Fabes, R. Corwyn Classroom-level adversity: The influence of collective child characteristics on first graders' social skills and problem behaviors. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2014).
  10. Jodi Swanson (chair), Robert Bradley (discussant) Closeness and conflict in the student-teacher relationship across primary grades. Biennial Meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  11. Robert Bradley (chair) From early childhood parenting to age 10 outcomes: Findings from the EHSRE. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  12. Robert Corwyn & Robert Bradley Infant temperament moderates parenting effect on resistance to peer pressure. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  13. Robert Bradley & Diane Putnick Gender differences in child growth and mortality across the developing world. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  14. Robert Bradley, Amy Pennar, Masumi Iida Examining developmental shifts in parent-child interactions from early through middle childhood. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  15. Argero Zerr, Armando Pina, Robert Bradley A longitudinal examination of anxiety risk across childhood and adolescence. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  16. Lorraine McKelvey, Hi Fitzgerald, Robert Bradley Do supportive fathers moderate the effects of mothers' alcohol use on children's externalizing behavior?. Biennial meeting of SRCD. (Apr 2013).
  17. R. Corwyn, R. Bradley Adolescent girls with difficult temperaments benefit more from good parenting. American Psychological Society. (Oct 2012).
  18. R. Corwyn, R. Bradley Psychopathology moderates the negative parenting - behavior problems relationship. American Psychological Society. (Oct 2012).
  19. R. Bradley The HOME Inventory: A world view for scientists and service professionals. EarlyAid 2012. (Sep 2012).
  20. R. Bradley, L. Whiteside-Mansell, P. Casey, L. McKelvey Early intervention, early resiliency, and home environment: Relations to developmental status at age 8 and 18 for premature, low birth weight children born into poverty. EarlyAid 2012. (Sep 2012).
  21. R. Bradley The HOME Inventory: A World View. Lecture - University of Porto. (Sep 2012).
  22. R. Bradley Mothers, fathers, activities and outcomes. Lecture - University of Porto. (Sep 2012).
  23. R. Bradley, R. Corwyn From parent to child to parent...: Paths in and out of problem behavior. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development. (Jul 2012).
  24. R. Corwyn, R. Bradley Home environment, self control and resistance to peers: An examination of the differential susceptibility hypothesis. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development. (Jul 2012).
  25. L. McKelvey, H. Fitzgerald, R. Bradley, L. Whiteside-Mansell, N. Burrow, R. Schiffman Early exposure to family conflict and cummunity violence: Association with behavioral adjustment. Society for Research on Adolescence. (Apr 2012).
  26. C. Cooper, J. Swanson, R. Fabes, R. Bradley, J. Glick Classroom behavior patterns, children’s self-control and kindergarten competence. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2012).
  27. Robert H. Bradley The HOME Inventory - A World View for Researchers and Practioners. Workshop for National Board of Health and Welfare (Sweden). (Oct 2011).
  28. Robert H. Bradley & Robert F. Corwyn Maternal sensitivity, parental harshness and productive activity form infancy through adolescence: Relations with anxiety at age 15. Meeting of the European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. (Jul 2011).
  29. Robert H. Bradley Robert F. Corwyn Externalizing behavior at age 15: Relations with productive activity, maternal sensitivity and harsh parenting from infancy through adolescence. Meeting of the European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. (Jul 2011).
  30. Robert H. Bradley & Diane Putnick Housing quality and access to materials and learning resources within the home environment in developing countries. Bienneial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. (Apr 2011).
  31. Robert F. Corwyn & Robert H. Bradley Externalizing problems: Relations with productive activity, sensitivity and harsh parenting from infancy through adolescence. Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. (Apr 2011).
  32. Marsha Weinraub, Randy Bender, Sarah Friedman, Elizabeth Susman, Bonnie Knoke, Robert H. Bradley, Renate Houts, and Jason Williams Sleep patterns and correlations with development from infancy through adolescence. Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. (Apr 2011).
  33. Robert H. Bradley, Lorraine McKelvey, & Leanne Whiteside-Mansell Does parental warmth moderate impacts of Early Head Start programming on child socio-emotional outcomes?. Biennial meeting of Society for Research in Child Development. (Apr 2011).
  34. Robert H. Bradley Child care in the United States: What it means for children, families and the American way of life. Lynn Harris Memorial Lecture - Arkansas Children's Hospital. (Oct 2010).
  35. Robert H. Bradley Parenting, child care and family - child care meso-system relations. Taipei Municipal University of Education. (Sep 2010).
  36. Robert H. Bradley Family and child development: State of the art knowledge. National Taiwan University. (Sep 2010).
  37. Robert H. Bradley Measuring the home environment of children. National Taiwan University. (Sep 2010).
  38. Robert H. Bradley Master Lecture - Children's home environments and their development: A cross-cultural view. World Association for Infant Mental Health. (Jul 2010).
  39. Robert H. Bradley, Lorraine McKelvey, Leanne Whiteside-Mansell Does parental warmth and stimulation moderate the impacts of home-based Early Head Start programming on child outcomes?. World Association for Infant Mental Health. (Jul 2010).
  40. Leanne Whiteside-Mansell, Robert H. Bradley, Patrick H. Casey, Lorraine McKelvey, Kathleen Barrett Early resiliency and home environemnt and their association with 8- and 18-year resiliency in low birthweight, prmature children living in poverty. World Association for Infant Mental Health. (Jul 2010).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Bradley,Robert * , Green,Samuel , Roosa,Mark , . MCH Research. HHS-HRSA (2/1/2014 - 1/31/2016).
  2. Bradley,Robert * , Green,Samuel , Roosa,Mark , . YR 1: MCH Research. HHS (2/1/2013 - 1/31/2016).
  3. Bradley,Robert * , Bradley,Robert * , Umana-Taylor,Adriana J , Valiente,Carlos E , . Development of New Item Clusters for the HOME Inventory. HHS-NIH-NICHD (4/1/2011 - 3/31/2015).
  4. Bradley,Robert * . Rate of Weight Gain, Linear Growth, and Development During Childhood. UNIV OF MICHIGAN (12/27/2010 - 11/30/2012).
  5. Bradley,Robert * . Children's exposure to Violence at Home and in the Community. Univ of Arkansas (1/1/2009 - 6/30/2009).
  6. Bradley,Robert * . Promotion of School Readiness Through Early Childhood Emotional and Social Development. Univ of Arkansas (1/1/2009 - 8/31/2009).
  7. Bradley,Robert * . Responsible Fatherhood Initiative-Brief Parenting Interventions. Univ of Arkansas (1/1/2009 - 9/29/2010).
  8. Bradley,Robert * . The Infant-Toddler Family Map: A Foundation for Parent-Teacher Partnerships. Univ of Arkansas (1/1/2009 - 9/29/2011).
  9. Bradley,Robert * . Second Looks: Examining the Impact of Early Head Start. HHS-ACF (9/30/2008 - 2/28/2011).

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Service

  1. California Home Visiting Program / California Department of Health, Trainer for HOME Inventory (2014 - present)
  2. Duke University Heath System, Training for HOME Inventory (2014 - present)
  3. Utah State University, External Evaluator (2014 - present)
  4. Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior Services, Web Training on HOME (2014 - present)
  5. Society for Research in Child Development, Panel member (2014 - present)
  6. The Ounce of Prevention Fund - Florida, Training for HOME Inventory (2014 - present)
  7. Child Development, Reviewer (2014 - present)
  8. American Academy of Pediatrics, Training for HOME Inventory (2014 - present)
  9. California Home Visiting Program / California Department of Public Health, Trainer for HOME Inventory (2013 - present)
  10. Pediatrics / manuscript review, ad hoc reviewer (2013 - present)
  11. PLOS ONE / manuscript review, ad hoc reviewer (2013 - present)
  12. Social Forces / manuscript review, ad hoc reviewer (2013 - present)
  13. Journal of Educational Psychology / manuscript review, ad hoc reviewer (2013 - present)
  14. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics / manuscript review, ad hoc reviewer (2013 - present)
  15. Oregon Health Authority, Early Head Start, Trainer for HOME Inventory (2013 - present)
  16. Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visitation Program Evaluation, Advisory Committe (2012 - present)
  17. ACF/OPRE Network of infant/Toddler Researchers, member (2011 - present)
  18. HHS/HSRA Advisory Committee on Maternal, Infant & Early Childhood Home Visitation Program Evaluation, member (2011 - present)
  19. Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Technical Review Panel, member (2010 - present)
  20. Parenting: Science and Practice, Editorial Board (2000 - present)
  21. PONE, Reviewer (2014)
  22. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, Reviewer (2014)
  23. Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Reviewer (2014)
  24. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, Reviewer (2014)
  25. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Reviewer (2014)
  26. Journal of Development and Behavioral Pediatrics, Reviewer (2014)
  27. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Reviewer (2014)
  28. Child Care and Human Development, Reviewer (2014)
  29. Psychological Bulletin, Reviewer (2014)
  30. Spencer Foundation, Reviewer (2014)
  31. The Sociological Quarterly, Reviewer (2014)
  32. University of Guelph, External Reviewer (2014)
  33. Infant and Child Development, Reviewer (2014)
  34. Health Resources and Services Administration, Reviewer (2014)
  35. Developmental Psychology, Reviewer (2014)
  36. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Reviewer (2014)
  37. Journal of Educational Psychology, Reviewer (2014)
  38. Psychological Assessment, Reviewer (2014)
  39. Pediatrics, Reviewer (2014)
  40. JAMA Pediatrics, Editorial Board (2011 - 2014)

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Curriculum Vitae / Resume

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