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Andrew Ribner

Post-Doc, Dr. Libertus

Research Interests

numerical cognition, math achievement, self-regulation, executive function, media use

Ribner, A., McHarg, G., & the New Father and Mothers Study Team. (2019). Why won’t she sleep? Screen exposure and sleep patterns in early infancy. Infant Behavior and Development, 57.

Hughes, C., Foley, S., Devine, R. T., Ribner, A., Kyriakou, L., Holmes, E., & The New Fathers and Mothers Study Team.(2019). Worrying in the wings: Mothers’ and fathers’ negative emotional birth memories show similar associations with perinatal mood disturbance. Archive of Women’s Mental Health.

Devine, R., Ribner, A., & Hughes, C.(2019). Measuring and Predicting Individual Differences in Executive Functions at 14 Months. Child Development.

Ribner, A., Harvey, E, Gervais, R., & Fitzpatrick, C. (2019). Explaining school entry math and reading achievement in Canadian children using the Opportunity-Propensity framework. Learning and Instruction, 59, 65-75.

Slusser, E., Ribner, A., & Shusterman, A. (2019). Language counts: Early language mediates the relationship between parent education and children's math ability. Developmental Science, 22(3), e12773.

Ribner, A., Moeller, K., Willoughby, M., Blair, C., & Family Life Project Key Investigators. (2018). Cognitive Abilities and Mathematical Competencies at School Entry. Mind, Brain, and Education, 12(4), 175-185.

Ribner, A., Willoughby. M., Blair, C., & FLP Key Investigators. (2017). Executive function predicts late elementary school academic skills. Frontiers in Developmental Psychology, 8.

Ribner, A., Fitzpatrick, C., & Blair, C. (2017). Family socioeconomic status moderates the association of television exposure with school readiness skills. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 38(3), 233-239.