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Publications of Nancy E Hill    :recent first  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. N.E. Hill (1995). The relationship between family environment and parenting style: A preliminary study of African American families. Journal of Black Psychology, 21(4), 408-423.
  2. Hill, N.E. (1995). The relationship between family environment and parenting style: A preliminary study of African American families. Journal of Black Psychology, 21(4), 408-423.
  3. Hill, N. E. (1997). Does parenting differ based on social class?: African-American females' perceived socialization for achievement. American Journal of Community Psychology, 25(5), 675-697.
  4. Knight, G. P. & N. E. Hill (1998). Measurement Equivalence in Research Involving Minority Adolescents. Research on Minority Adolescents: Conceptual, Methodological, and Theoretical Issues, 183-210.
  5. Hill, N. E. & McKinney, J. P. (1998). Interviewing as a teaching tool.. Teaching the Course on Adolescent Development.
  6. Gonzales, N. A., Pitts, S., Hill, N. E., & Roosa, M. W. (2000). A mediational model of the impact of interparental conflict on child adjustment: The role of disrupted parenting within a high risk sample. Journal of Family Psychology, 14(3), 365-379.
  7. Hill, N. E. (2001). Parenting and academic socialization as they relate to school readiness: The role of ethnicity and family income. Journal of Educational Psychology, 93(4), 686-697.
  8. Hill, N. E., & Bush, K. R. (2001). Relations between parenting environment and children's mental health among African American and Euro-American children.. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63(4), 954-966.
  9. Murry, V. M., Smith, E. P., & Hill, N. E. (2001). Race, ethnicity, and culture in studies of families in context. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63(4), 911-914.
  10. Hill, N. E. & Herman-Stahl, M. A. (2002). Neighborhood safety and social involvement: The impact on depression and parenting among African American and Euro-American mothers.. Journal of Family Psychology, 16(2), 209-219.
  11. Hill, N.E., Bush, K. R., & Roosa, M. W. (2003). Relations between parenting and family socialization strategies and children’s mental health: Low income, Mexican American and Euro-American mothers’ and children’s perspectives. Child Development, 74, 189-204.
  12. Hill, N. E., Craft, S. (2003). Parent-school involvement and children’s school performance: Mediated pathways among African American and Euro-American children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 95, 74-83.
  13. Hill, N. E., Ramirez, C.L. & Dumka, L.E. (2003). Adolescents' career aspirations: A qualitative study of perceived barriors and family support among low-income ethnically diverse adolescents. Journal of Family Issues, 24, 934-959.
  14. Hill, N. E. & Taylor, L. C. (2004). Parent-school involvement and children's academic achievement: Pragmatics and Issues. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13(4), 161-164.
  15. Hill, N. E., Lansford, J., Castellino, D. R., Nowlin, P., Dodge, K. A., Bates, J. & Petit, G. (2004). Parent-academic involvement as related to school behavior, achievement and aspirations: Demographic variations across adolescence. Child Development, 75(4), 1491-1509.
  16. V. C. McLoyd, N.E. Hill & K. A. Dodge (2005). African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity. African American family life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity, 1-20.
  17. Barbarin, O, Coleman, McCandies, & Hill (2005). School performance among African American children: Preparation, Beliefs, and Practices. African American family life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity.
  18. Hill, N. E., McBride Murry, V., & Anderson, V. D. (2005). Sociocultural contexts of African American families. African American family life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity, 21-44.
  19. Bouffard, S. M. & Hill, N. E. (2005). Maternal perceptions of competence and children’s academic adjustment: Longitudinal relations across early elementary school.. Social Psychology of Education.
  20. N.E. Hill (2006). Disentangling Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, and Parenting: Interactions, Influences, and Meaning. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 1(1), 114-124.  [abs]
  21. Hill, N. E. & Tyson, D. F. (2008). Excavating culture: Ethnicity and context as predictors of parenting behavior. Applied Developmental Science. Applied Developmental Science, 12(4).  [abs]
  22. Ceballo, R. Chao, R. K., Hill, N. E., Le, H., Murry, V. M., & Pinderhughes, E. E. (2008). Excavating Culture: Summary of results. Applied Developmental Science, 12(4).  [abs]
  23. Hill, N. E., Bromell, L., Tyson, D. F., & Flint, R (2008). Ecological perspectives on parental influences during adolescence. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 36(3), 367-377.
  24. Hill, N. E. & Torres, K. A. (in press). Negotiating the American Dream: The Paradox of Aspirations and Achievement among Latino Students and Engagement between their Families and Schools. Journal of Social Issues.  [abs]
  25. Hill, N. E. & Tyson, D. F. (in press). Parental involvement in education during middle school: A meta-analytic assessment of the strategies that promote achievement. Developmental Psychology.
  26. Huynh-Nhu Le, Rosario Ceballo, Ruth Chao, Nancy E. Hill, (2008). Excavating Culture: Disentangling Ethnic Differences from Contextual Influences in Parenting. Applied Developmental Science, 12(4), 1-68.  [abs]

Books

  1. (2001). “Ethnicity, Culture, and Family Processes".

Chapters in Books

  1. Hill, N.E. "Evaluation of the “Reaching-In” Component of the Opening Doors Project Managing diversity at Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona. Final Report.."  1996 Technical Report
  2. "African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity."  Ed. McLoyd, V. C., Hill, N. E., & Dodge, K. A Duke Series on Child Development and Public Policy; Volume 2. Series Editors: K. A Dodge & M. PutallazNew York: Guilford Press, 2005 (in press)
  3. N.E. Hill "Parental Involvement." Psychology of classroom learning: An encyclopedia. Detroit, MI; MacMillan.. Ed. Anderman, E. M. in press
  4. N.E. Hill "Culturally-based worldviews, family processes, and family-school interaction." The Handbook on School-Family Partnerships for Promoting Student Competence. Ed. S. Christenson & A. Reschly Routledge/Taylor Francis, in press
  5. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. "Conclusions on Developmentally Appropriate Strategies for Parental Involvement in Middle School.." Family-School Relationships during Adolescence: Linking Research, Policy, and Practice. Ed. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. Teachers College Press, in press
  6. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. "Family School Relationships during Adolescence: Background in theory, policy, and practice." Family-School Relationships during Adolescence: Linking Research, Policy, and Practice. Ed. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. Teachers College Press, 2008
  7. Hill, N. E., Tyson, D. F., Bromell, L. & Flint, R. C "Parental involvement in middle school: Developmentally appropriate strategies across SES and ethnicity." Family-School Relationships during Adolescence: Linking Research, Policy, and Practice. Ed. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. Teachers College Press, in press

Articles Submitted

  1. Hill, N. E., Boyer, G., & Knight, G. P. (2003). Parenting and adolescents’ mental health in a diverse society: Substantive and measurement issues for studying multiethnic populations.
  2. Hill, N. E., & Adams, J. D. (2006). Socioeconomic context and parenting among African American and Euro-American families. Developmental Psychology.  [abs]

Edited Volumes

  1. McLoyd, V. C., Hill, N. E., & Dodge, K. A (Ed.). (2005). African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity. Duke Series on Child Development and Public Policy; Volume 2: Series Editors: K. A. Dodge & M. Putallaz New York: Guilford Press.
  2. Hill, N. E. & Chao, R. K. (Ed.). (in press). Family School Relationships during Adolescence: Linking Interdisciplinary Research, Policy, and Practice. Teachers College Press.

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