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Douglas M. Teti

Department Affiliation:  Human Development and Family Studies
Education: Ph.D. (Psychology with specialty in Developmental Psychology), 1984, University of Vermont
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POSITION TITLE: : Professor of Human Development

RESEARCH INTERESTS:  Children’s socioemotional development during the infancy and preschool years, parenting competence and the factors that influence it, early intervention and the development of young children at medical and biological risk

Representative Publications:

Teti, D. M., & Huang, K. Y. (2005) Developmental perspectives on parenting competence. In D. M. Teti, (Ed.), Handbook of research methods in developmental science (pp. 161-182). Malden, MA: Blackwell

Hess, C. R., Teti, D. M., & Hussey-Gardner, B. (2004). Self-efficacy and parenting of high-risk infants: The moderating role of parent knowledge of infant development. Applied Developmental Psychology, 25, 423-437.

Teti, D. M., Hess, C., & O’Connell, M. Parental perceptions of infant vulnerability in a preterm sample: Prediction from maternal adaptation to parenthood during the neonatal period. Under editorial review, Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.


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