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Publications of Martha Putallaz    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Zabaneh, D; Krapohl, E; Simpson, MA; Miller, MB; Iacono, WG; McGue, M; Putallaz, M; Lubinski, D; Plomin, R; Breen, G (2017). Fine mapping genetic associations between the HLA region and extremely high intelligence.. Scientific Reports, 7, 41182. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Makel, MC; Wai, J; Peairs, K; Putallaz, M (2016). Sex differences in the right tail of cognitive abilities: An update and cross cultural extension. Intelligence, 59, 8-15. [doi]
  3. Spain, SL; Pedroso, I; Kadeva, N; Miller, MB; Iacono, WG; McGue, M; Stergiakouli, E; Davey Smith, G; Putallaz, M; Lubinski, D; Meaburn, EL; Plomin, R; Simpson, MA (2016). A genome-wide analysis of putative functional and exonic variation associated with extremely high intelligence.. Molecular Psychiatry, 21(8), 1145-1151. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Spain, SL; Pedroso, I; Kadeva, N; Miller, MB; Iacono, WG; McGue, M; Stergiakouli, E; Smith, GD; Putallaz, M; Lubinski, D; Meaburn, EL; Plomin, R; Simpson, MA (2016). A genome-wide analysis of putative functional and exonic variation associated with extremely high intelligence.. Molecular Psychiatry, 21(8), 1152. [doi]
  5. Makel, MC; Kell, HJ; Lubinski, D; Putallaz, M; Benbow, CP (2016). When Lightning Strikes Twice: Profoundly Gifted, Profoundly Accomplished.. Psychological Science, 27(7), 1004-1018. [27225220], [doi]  [abs]
  6. Lee, SY; Olszewski-Kubilius, P; Makel, MC; Putallaz, M (2016). Corrigendum: Gifted students’ perceptions of an accelerated summer program and social support(Gifted Child Quarterly, 59, 265-282, 2015, DOI: 10.1177/0016986215599205). Gifted Child Quarterly, 60(1), 75. [doi]
  7. Lee, S-Y; Olszewski-Kubilius, P; Makel, MC; Putallaz, M (2015). Gifted Students’ Perceptions of an Accelerated Summer Program and Social Support. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(4), 265-282. [doi]
  8. Makel, MC; Snyder, KE; Thomas, C; Malone, PS; Putallaz, M (2015). Gifted Students’ Implicit Beliefs About Intelligence and Giftedness. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(4), 203-212. [doi]
  9. Makel, MC; Wai, J; Putallaz, M; Malone, PS (2015). The Academic Gap. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(3), 177-189. [doi]
  10. Makel, MC; Snyder, KE; Thomas, C; Malone, PS; Putallaz, M (2015). Gifted Students’ Implicit Beliefs About Intelligence and Giftedness. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(4), 203-212. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Wai, J; Putallaz, M; Makel, MC (2012). Studying Intellectual Outliers. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 21(6), 382-390. [doi]  [abs]
  12. Makel, MC; Putallaz, M; Wai, J (2012). Teach Students What They Don’t Know but Are Ready to Learn. Gifted Child Quarterly, 56(4), 198-201. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Makel, MC; Lee, S-Y; Olszewki-Kubilius, P; Putallaz, M (2012). Changing the Pond, Not the Fish: Following High-Ability Students Across Different Educational Environments. Journal of Educational Psychology, 104(3), 778-792. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  14. Peairs, KF; Eichen, D; Putallaz, M; Costanzo, PR; Grimes, CL (2011). Academic Giftedness and Alcohol Use in Early Adolescence.. Gifted Child Quarterly, 55(2), 95-110. [21949444], [doi]  [abs]
  15. Li, Y; Putallaz, M; Su, Y (2011). Interparental conflict styles and parenting behaviors: Associations with overt and relational aggression among Chinese children. Merrill-Palmer quarterly (Wayne State University. Press), 57(4), 402-428.  [abs]
  16. Mills-Koonce, WR; Appleyard, K; Barnett, M; Deng, M; Putallaz, M; Cox, M (2011). Adult attachment style and stress as risk factors for early maternal sensitivity and negativity. Infant Mental Health Journal, 32(3), 277-285. [doi]  [abs]
  17. Li, Y; Putallaz, M; Su, Y (in press). Children’s overt and relational aggression in China: Associations with marital conflict, parenting behavior and parent-child attachment.. Merrill Palmer Quarterly.
  18. Li, Y; Costanzo, PR; Putallaz, M (2010). Maternal socialization goals, parenting styles, and social-emotional adjustment among Chinese and European American young adults: testing a mediation model.. The Journal of genetic psychology, 171(4), 330-362. [21171548], [doi]  [abs]
  19. Wai, J; Cacchio, M; Putallaz, M; Makel, MC (2010). Sex differences in the right tail of cognitive abilities: A 30year examination. Intelligence, 38(4), 412-423. [doi]  [abs]
  20. Lansford, JE; Miller, S; Malone, PS; Costanzo, PR; Grimes, C; Putallaz, M (2009). Social network centrality and leadership status: Links with problem behaviors and tests of gender differences (vol 55, pg 1, 2009). Merrill-Palmer quarterly (Wayne State University. Press), 55(3), IV-IV. [Gateway.cgi]
  21. Lansford, JE; Costanzo, PR; Grimes, C; Putallaz, M; Miller, S; Malone, PS (2009). Social Network Centrality and Leadership Status: Links with Problem Behaviors and Tests of Gender Differences.. Merrill-Palmer quarterly (Wayne State University. Press), 55(1), 1-25. [19763241], [doi]  [abs]
  22. Lansford, JE; Miller Johnson, S; Costanzo, PR; Grimes, CL; Putallaz, M (2009). Social network centrality and leadership status: Links with problem behaviors. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 55, 1-25.
  23. Li, Y; Alfeld, C; Kennedy, RP; Putallaz, M (2009). Effects of summer academic programs in middle school on high school test scores, coursetaking, and college major. Journal of Advanced Academics, 3, 404-436.
  24. Putallaz, M; Grimes, CL; Foster, KJ; Kupersmidt, JB; Coie, JD; Dearing, K (2007). Overt and Relational Aggression and Victimization: Multiple Perspectives within the School Setting.. Journal of School Psychology, 45(5), 523-547. [18836518], [doi]  [abs]
  25. McDonald, KL; Putallaz, M; Grimes, CL; Kupersmidt, JB; Coie, JD (2007). Girl talk: Gossip, friendship, and sociometric status. Merrill-Palmer quarterly (Wayne State University. Press), 53(3), 381-411.  [abs]
  26. Lansford, JE; Putallaz, M; Grimes, CL; Schiro-Osman, KA; Kupersmidt, JB; Coie, JD (2006). Perceptions of friendship quality and observed behaviors with friends: How do sociometrically rejected, average, and popular girls differ?. Merrill-Palmer quarterly (Wayne State University. Press), 52(4), 694-720.  [abs]
  27. Gazelle, H; Putallaz, M; Li, Y; Grimes, CL; Kupersmidt, JB; Coie, JD (2005). Anxious solitude across contexts: girls' interactions with familiar and unfamiliar peers.. Child Development, 76(1), 227-246. [15693769], [doi]  [abs]
  28. Putallaz, M; Baldwin, J; Selph, H (2005). The Duke University Talent Identification Program. High Ability Studies, 16(1), 41-54. [doi]  [abs]
  29. Dodge, K.A., Putallaz, M., & Malone, D. (2002). Coming of Age: The Department of Education. Phi Delta Kappan, 83, 674-676.
  30. Dodge, K. A., Putallaz, M., & Malone, D. (Guest Eds.) (2002). The Duke Education Leadership Summit.. Phi Delta Kappan, 83, 674-720.
  31. Dodge, KA; Putallaz, M; Malone, D (1999). Coming of age: The department of education. Phi Delta Kappan, 83(9), 674-676. [repository]  [abs]
  32. Putallaz, M; Costanzo, PR; Grimes, CL; Sherman, DM (1998). Intergenerational continuities and their influences on children's social development. Social Development, 7(3), 388-427. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  33. Putallaz, M; Hellstern, L; Sheppard, BH; Glodis, KA (1995). Conflict, social competence, & gender: Maternal and peer contexts. Early Education and Development, 6(4), 431-443. (Special Issue). [doi]
  34. PUTALLAZ, M; KLEIN, TP; COSTANZO, PR; HEDGES, LA (1994). RELATING MOTHERS SOCIAL FRAMING TO THEIR CHILDRENS ENTRY COMPETENCE WITH PEERS. Social Development, 3(3), 222-237. (Special Issue). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  35. PUTALLAZ, M; COSTANZO, PR; SMITH, RB (1991). MATERNAL RECOLLECTIONS OF CHILDHOOD PEER RELATIONSHIPS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR CHILDRENS SOCIAL COMPETENCE. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 8(3), 403-422. (Special Issue). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  36. PUTALLAZ, M; SHEPPARD, BH (1990). SOCIAL-STATUS AND CHILDRENS ORIENTATIONS TO LIMITED RESOURCES. Child Development, 61(6), 2022-2027. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  37. Putallaz, M., & Dunn, S. E. (1990). The importance of peer relations. Handbook of developmental psychopathology.
  38. Putallaz, M; Sheppard, BH (1990). Social status and children's orientations to limited resources. Child Development, 61(6), 1086-1104. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  39. Putallaz, M; Wasserman, A (1989). Children's Naturalistic Entry Behavior and Sociometric Status: A Developmental Perspective. Developmental Psychology, 25(2), 297-305.  [abs]
  40. PUTALLAZ, M (1987). MATERNAL-BEHAVIOR AND CHILDRENS SOCIOMETRIC STATUS. Child Development, 58(2), 324-340. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  41. Dunn, SE; Putallaz, M; Sheppard, BH; Lindstrom, R (1987). Social Support and Adjustment in Gifted Adolescents. Journal of Educational Psychology, 79(4), 467-473.  [abs]
  42. PUTALLAZ, M (1983). PREDICTING CHILDRENS SOCIOMETRIC STATUS FROM THEIR BEHAVIOR. Child Development, 54(6), 1417-1426. (Special Issue). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  43. PUTALLAZ, M; GOTTMAN, JM (1981). AN INTERACTIONAL-MODEL OF CHILDRENS ENTRY INTO PEER GROUPS. Child Development, 52(3), 986-994. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]

Books

  1. McKnight, K; Putallaz, M (2004). Commentary: A relationship focus on girls' aggressiveness and conduct disorder. [doi]
  2. Putallaz, M., & Bierman, K.L. (Editors) (2004). Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective. Vol. 1: Duke Series in Child Development and Public Policy (K.A. Dodge & M. Putallaz, Series Editors). NY: Guilford.

Chapters in Books

  1. McKnight, K., & Putallaz, M. "A relationship focus on girls' aggressiveness and conduct disorder." The development and treatment of girlhood aggression. Ed. D. J. Pepler & K. Madsen NJ: Erlbaum Press, 2004
  2. Grimes, C. L., Klein, T. P., & Putallaz, M. "Parents' relationship history: Influences on children's social development." Children's peer relations: From development to intervention. Ed. J. B. Kupersmidt & K. A. Dodge Washington, D.C.: APA Press, 2004
  3. Putallaz, M., Kupersmidt, J.B., Coie, J.D., McKnight, K., & Grimes, C.L. "A behavioral analysis of girls' aggression and victimization." Aggression, antisocial behavior, and violence among girls: A developmental perspective.. Ed. M. Putallaz & K.L. Bierman. Vol 1: Duke Series in Child Development and Public Policy.NY: Guilford Press, 2004
  4. Putallaz, M., Costanzo, P. R., & Klein, T. "Parental childhood social experiences and their effects on children's relationships." Understanding relationship processes, Vol.2: Learning about relationships. Ed. S. Duck New York: Sage, 1993
  5. Putallaz, M., Sheppard, B. H. "Conflict management and social competence." Conflict in child and adolescent development. Ed. C. Shantz & W. W. Hartup New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992
  6. Putallaz, M., & Wasserman, A. "Children's entry behavior." Peer rejection in childhood. Ed. S. R. Asher & J. D. Coie New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990
  7. Putallaz, M., & Heflin, A. H. "Parent-child interaction." Peer rejection in childhood. Ed. S. R. Asher & J. D. Coie New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990
  8. Putallaz, M., & Heflin, A. H. "Toward the development of a model of peer acceptance." Conversation of friends: Speculations on affective development. Ed. J. M. Gottman & J. G. Parker New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986
  9. PUTALLAZ, M; GOTTMAN, J "SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN - AN APPROACH TO INTERVENTION." Advances in clinical child psychology. Ed. B. B. Lahey & A. E. Kazdin New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1983: 1-43. [Gateway.cgi]
  10. Putallaz, M., & Gottman, J. M. "Conceptualizing social competence in children." Improving children's competence: Advances in child behavioral analysis and therapy. Ed. P. Karoly & J. J. Steffen Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company, 1982
  11. Putallaz, M., & Gottman, J. M. "Social skills and group acceptance." The development of children's friendships. Ed. S. R. Asher & J. M. Gottman New York: Cambridge University Press, 1981

Articles Submitted

  1. Wai, J; Putallaz, M (2010). The Flynn effect puzzle: A 30-year examination from the right tail of the ability distribution provides some missing pieces. Intelligence, 39(6), 443-455. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Peairs, K.F., Putallaz, M. & Grimes, C.L. (2010). Sociometric and adjustment profiles of academically gifted adolescents.
  3. Makel, M., Lee, S-Y., Olszewski-Kubilius, P., & Putallaz, M. (2010). Changing the pond, not the fish: Following high ability students across different educational environments..
  4. Makel, M., Li, Y., Putallaz, M., & Wai, J. (2010). High ability students’ time spent outside the classroom,.

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