Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017
In September 2017, Dr. Jeanne Brooks-Gunn and Dr. Ingrid Gould Ellen from New York University organized and participated in a Research Roundtable on Housing and Family Well-Being. The Roundtable was aimed at bringing together researchers to share details about current projects and get feedback from colleagues. Researchers from the Columbia University School of Social Work, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development, New York University, and Princeton University were in attendance.
Dr. Baker's article, co-authored by Laura Kuhn, "Mediated pathways from maternal depression and early parenting to children's executive function and externalizing behavior problems" was recently published in the Infant and Child Development journal. This paper used nationally representative data from the ECLS-K (2010-2011). Read the full article here. Moreover, Dr. Claire Baker's article entitled "Maternal depression and the development of executive function and behavior problems in Head Start: Indirect effects through parenting" was recently accepted for publication in the Infant Mental Health Journal. This paper used a nationally representative sample of children from the Head Start Child and Family Experiences Survey of 2009 (FACES-2009). See the manuscript here.