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  • Gay, B., Sonnenschein, S., Baker, L., & Sun, S. (in press). Poverty, parent involvement, and children’s reading skills: Testing the compensatory effect of the amount of classroom reading instruction. Early Education and Development. Article
  • Diamont-Cohen, B., Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., Shanty, L, Hoge, P., Henschel, B., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (in press). Make Way for Goslings: The Importance of Collaboration. Children’s Voice, Special Issue on University -Community Partnerships. Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stites, M., & Dowling, R. (in press). Learning at home: What preschool parents do and what they want to learn from their children’s teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Research. Article
  • Dowling, R., Shanty, L., Sonnenschein, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2020). Talking, reading, singing, and rhyming: Tips for fostering early literacy at home. NAEYC YC75(3), 79-83. Article
  • Dowling, R., Shanty, L., Sonnenschein, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2020). Talking, reading, singing, and rhyming: Tips for fostering early literacy at home. Young Children. Article
  • Stites, M., Sonnenschein, S., Dowling, R., & Gay, B. (in press). Mathematics learning opportunities in preschool: Where does the classroom library fit in? Special issue of Early Education and Development. Article
  • Simons, C.L, Metzger, S.R., & Sonnenschein, S. (in press). Children’s metacognitive knowledge of five key learning processes. Translational Issues in Psychological Science: Special Issue on Metacognition, 6(1) 32-42. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tps0000219 Article
  • Shanty, L., Dowling, R., Sonnenschein, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2019). Evaluation of an early language and literacy program for parents of Infants in the NICU. Journal of Neonatology Nursing38(4), 207-216doi: 10.1891/0730- 0832.384.1 Article
  • Galindo, C., Sonnenschein, S.,& Montoya-Avila, A.  (2019). Latina mothers’ engagement in children’s math learning in the early school years: Conceptions of math and socialization practices. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 47, 271-283. doi: 10.1016/j.ecresq.2018.11.007 Article
  • Metzger, S. R., Sonnenschein, S., & Galindo, C. (2019). Elementary-age children’s conceptions about math utility and their home-based math engagement. Journal of Educational Research 112(4), 431-446. doi: 10.1080/00220671.2018.1547961 Article
  • Diamant-Cohen, B., Sonnenschein, S., Sacks, D., Rosswog, S., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2018). Mother Goose in the NICU: Support for our neediest infants. Invited article. Children and Libraries, 16, 1-5. Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Metzger, S.R., Dowling, R., Gay, B., & Simons, C.L. (2016). Extending an effective classroom-based math board game intervention to preschoolers’ homes. Journal of Applied Research on Children, 7(2), 1-29.  Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Metzger, S. R., Dowling, R., & Baker, L. (2016). The relative importance of English vs. Spanish language skills for low-income Latino English language learners’ early language and literacy development. Early Child Development and Care, 187, 727-743doi: 10.1080/03004430.2016.1219854 Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., & Sun, S. (2016). Racial/ethnic differences in kindergartners’ reading and math Skills: Parents’ knowledge of children’s development and home-based activities as mediators. Infant and Child Development, 26. doi:10.1002/icd.2010 Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Metzger, S.R., & Thompson, J.A. (2016). Low-income parents’ socialization of their preschoolers’ early reading and math skills. Research in Human Development, 13, 191-208 Article
  • Thompson, J.A., & Sonnenschein, S. (2016). Full-day kindergarten and children’s later reading: The role of early word reading. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 42, 58-70. doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2015.11.005 Article
  • Galindo, C., & Sonnenschein, S. (2015). Decreasing the SES math achievement gap: Initial math proficiency and home learning environments. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 43, 25-38. Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., & Galindo, C. (2015). Race/ethnicity and initial math skills: Relations between home, classroom, and math achievement. Journal of Educational Research, 108, 261-277.  Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stapleton, L.M., & Metzger, S. R. (2014). What parents know about how well their children are doing in school. The Journal of Educational Research, 107, 152-162. Article
  • Sonnenschein, S.,Thompson, J. A., Metzger, S. R., & Baker, L. (2013). The importance of teachers’ language and children’s vocabulary to early academic skills. NHSA DialogA Research- to-Practice Journal for the Early Childhood Field, 16, 107-112.  Article 
  • Sonnenschein, S., Thompson, J. A., Metzger, S. R., & Baker, L. (2013). Relations between preschool teachers’ language and gains in low income English language learners’ and English speakers’ vocabulary, early literacy and math skills NHSA Dialog A Research- to-Practice Journal for the Early Childhood Field, 16, 64-87.  Article
  • Sonnenschein, S, Galindo, C., Metzger, S. R., Thompson, J.A., Huang, H. C., & Lewis, H.  (2012). Parents’ beliefs about children’s math development and children’s participation in math activities. Child Development Research Journal Online, doi:10.1155/2012/851657 Article
  • Sonnenschein, S., Stapleton, L.M., & Benson, A. (2010). The relation between the type and amount of instruction and growth in children’s reading competencies. American Educational Research Journal, 47, 358-389. Article