Kelly, J.F., Zuckerman, T., Sandoval, D., Buehlman, K. (2008). Promoting First Relationships., 2nd Edition. NCAST-AVENUW Publications.

Kelly, J.F., Buehlman, K., & Caldwell, K. (2000). “Training and Early Intervention to Promote Quality Parent-Child Interaction in Homeless Families”. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, Vol. 20(3), pp. 174-185.

Kelly, J.F., Zuckerman, T., & Rosenblatt, S. (2008). “Promoting First Relationships: A Relationship-Focused Early Intervention Approach”. Infants and Young Children, Vol.21 (4), 285-295.

Maher, E., Kelly, J.F., Scarpa, J. (2008). A Qualitative Evaluation of a Program to Support Family, Friend, and Neighbor Caregivers. The NHSA Dialog: A Research-to-Practice Journal for the Early Intervention Field.

Other Selected Publications

Jean F. Kelly

Kelly, J.F., Booth-La Force, C.L., & Spieker, S.J. (2005). “Assessing family characteristics relevant to early intervention”. In M.J. Guralnick (Ed.), A Developmental Systems Approach to Early Intervention: National and International Perspectives. Baltimore, MD: Brookes. 235-266.

Booth, C. L., Kelly, J. F., Spieker, S. J., & Zuckerman, T. G. (2003). “Toddlers’ attachment security to child care providers: The Safe and Secure Scale”. Early Education & Development, 14, 83-100.

Kelly, J. F., & Booth, C. L. (2002). The Early Child Care Study of Young Children with Special Needs”. L. M. Glidden (Ed.), International Review of Research in Mental Retardation, Vol. 25. New York: Academic Press.

Kelly, J.F. & Barnard, K.E. (2000).Assessment of Parent-Child Interaction: Implications for Early Intervention. In S. Meisels & J.P. Shonkoff (Eds.) The Handbook of Early Intervention, 2nd Edition. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Syndicate of the Press of the University of Cambridge, pp. 278-302.

Kelly, J.F., & Booth, C.L. (1999). “Child Care for Children with Special Needs: Issues and Applications”. Infants and Young Children, Vol. 12 (1), pp. 26-33.

Kelly, J.F., & Barnard, K.E. (1999). “Parent education in a relationship-focused early intervention model”. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, Vol. 19 (3), pp. 151-156.

Kelly, J.F. (l996) “The Early Social Environment Provided by Mothers in a High Social Rsk Group: A Precursor to Children’s Later School Adaptation”. Child Study Journal, Vol.26, #4, pp.333-351.

Kelly, J.F., Morisset, C.E., Barnard, K.E., Hammond, M.A., Booth, K.L. (1996) “The Influence of Early Mother-Child Interaction on Preschool Cognitive/Linguistic Outcomes in a High Social Risk Group”. Infant Mental Health Journal, Vol.17, #4, pp. 310-321.

Kelly, J.F., Morisset, C.E., Barnard, K.E. & Patterson, D. (1996) “Risky Beginnings: The Effects of Low Maternal IQ on Children’s DevelopmentInfants and Young Children, Vol.8, #3, pp. 11-23.

Susan Spieker

Howes, C. & Spieker, S. J. (2008). “Attachment Relationships in the Context of Multiple Caregivers”.In J. Cassidy & P. R. Shaver, Handbook of Attachment, 2nd Ed. New York: Guilford, pp 317 – 332.

Condon, M.C., & Spieker, S. (2008). “It’s more than a measure: Reflections on a university-Early Head Start partnership”. Infants and Young Children, 21(1), pp 70 – 81.

Spieker, S., Nelson, D., DeKlyen, M., & Staerkel, F. (2005).”Enhancing early attachments in the context of Early Head Start”. In L. Berlin, Y. Ziv, Amaya-Jackson, L., & M. Greenberg, (Eds.). Enhancing Early Attachments: Theory, Research, Intervention and Policy(pp 250 – 275). New York: Guilford Publications.

Spieker, S. J., Nelson, D.C., Petras, A.., Jolley, S.N., Barnard, K. E. (2003). “Joint influence of child care and infant attachment security for cognitive and language outcomes of low-income toddlers”. Infant Behavior and Development, 26, 326-344.

Fraley, R. C., & Spieker, S.J. (2003). “Are infant attachment patterns continuously or categorically distributed? A taxometric analysis of Strange Situation behavior”. Developmental Psychology, 39, 387-404.

Spieker, S. J., Solchany, J., McKenna, M., DeKlyen, M., & Barnard, K. E. (2000). “The Story of Mothers Who Are Difficult to Engage in Prevention Programs”. J. D. Osofsky & H. E. Fitzgerald (Eds.). WAIMH Handbook of Infant Mental Health, Vol 3: Parenting and Child Care (pp 173 – 209). New York: Wiley.

Spieker, S.J., Larson, N.C., Lewis, S.M., Keller, T.E., & Gilchrist, L. (1999). “Developmental trajectories of disruptive behavior problems in preschool children of adolescent mothers” . Child Development, 70, 443 – 458.

Spieker, S.J., Larson, N.C., Lewis, S.M., White, R.D., & Gilchrist, L. (1997). “Children of Adolescent Mothers: Cognitive and Behavioral Outcomes at Age Six”. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 14, 335 – 365.

Spieker, S.J. & Bensley, L. (1994). “The roles of living arrangements and grandmother social support in adolescent mothering and infant attachment”. Developmental Psychology, 30, 102-111.

Spieker, S.J. & Booth, C.L. (1988). “Maternal Antecedents of Attachment Quality”.In J. Belsky & T. Nezworski (Eds.), Clinical Implications of Attachment (pp. 95-135). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.