Diana Leyva
Diana Leyva
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
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A review of parent interventions for preschool children’s language and emergent literacy
E Reese, A Sparks, D Leyva
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 10 (1), 97-117, 2010
Maternal elaborative reminiscing increases low-income children's narrative skills relative to dialogic reading
E Reese, D Leyva, A Sparks, W Grolnick
Early Education and Development 21 (3), 318-342, 2010
Experimental impacts of a teacher professional development program in Chile on preschool classroom quality and child outcomes.
H Yoshikawa, D Leyva, CE Snow, E Treviño, M Barata, C Weiland, ...
Developmental psychology 51 (3), 309, 2015
Teacher–child interactions in Chile and their associations with prekindergarten outcomes
D Leyva, C Weiland, M Barata, H Yoshikawa, C Snow, E Treviño, A Rolla
Child development 86 (3), 781-799, 2015
Elaboration and autonomy support in low-income mothers' reminiscing: Links to children's autobiographical narratives
D Leyva, E Reese, W Grolnick, C Price
Journal of Cognition and Development 9 (4), 363-389, 2009
Early understanding of the functions of print: Parent–child interaction and preschoolers’ notating skills
D Leyva, E Reese, M Wiser
First Language 32 (3), 301-323, 2012
The link between preschoolers’ phonological awareness and mothers’ book-reading and reminiscing practices in low-income families
D Leyva, A Sparks, E Reese
Journal of Literacy Research 44 (4), 426-447, 2012
Spanish-speaking parent–child emotional narratives and children's social skills
D Leyva, M Berrocal, V Nolivos
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (1), 22-42, 2014
Chilean family reminiscing about emotions and its relation to children’s self-regulation skills
D Leyva, V Nolivos
Early Education and Development 26 (5-6), 770-791, 2015
Fun and frustrations: Low-income Chilean parents reminiscing with their children about past emotional experiences
V Nolivos, D Leyva
Actualidades en Psicología Vol. 27 Núm. 115 2013, 2013
Food for thought: Family food routines and literacy in Latino kindergarteners
D Leyva, L Skorb
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 52, 80-90, 2017
Grocery games: How ethnically diverse low-income mothers support children’s reading and mathematics
D Leyva, CS Tamis-LeMonda, H Yoshikawa, C Jimenez-Robbins, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 40, 63-76, 2017
Beyond book reading: Narrative participation styles in family reminiscing predict children’s print knowledge in low-income Chilean families
D Leyva, M Smith
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 37, 175-185, 2016
The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition-Oxford Applied Linguistics
Z Dornyei
Oxford University Press, 2013
Evaluating mechanisms for governance, finance and sustainability of Colombia's comprehensive early childhood development policy de cero a simepre
H Yoshikawa, LA Ponguta, AM Nieto, J Van Ravens, X Portilla, PR Britto, ...
New York University, 2014
How Do Low-Income Chilean Parents Support Their Preschoolers’ Writing and Math Skills in a Grocery Game?
D Leyva
Early Education and Development 30 (1), 114-130, 2019
Reading a note, reading a mind: Children’s notating skills and understanding of mind
D Leyva, S Hopson, A Nichols
Reading and Writing 25 (3), 701-716, 2012
Aftershocks of Chile’s earthquake for an ongoing, large-scale experimental evaluation
L Moreno, E Treviño, H Yoshikawa, S Mendive, J Reyes, F Godoy, ...
Evaluation review 35 (2), 103-117, 2011
Can We Improve Preschool Classroom Quality in Chile? A Cluster-Randomized Trial Evaluation of a Professional Development Program.
D Leyva, H Yoshikawa, CE Snow, E Treviño, A Rolla, M Barata, ...
Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2014
Using a Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial (SMART) to Develop an Adaptive K–2 Literacy Intervention With Personalized Print Texts and App-Based Digital Activities
JS Kim, CA Asher, M Burkhauser, L Mesite, D Leyva
AERA Open 5 (3), 2332858419872701, 2019
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