Heather Bachman

Center Associate, Applied Developmental Psychology Program

Research Interests

Community & Family-based Learning Socio-cultural Factors

Related Research Areas

Developmental Processes and Outcomes

Recent Publications

Elliott, L., Bachman, H.J., Pereira, J.C., Coulanges, L., Duong, S., Montue, T., Miller, P., Libertus, M. & Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal. (2022). Self-regulation in toddlers and the emergence of pre-academic disparities. Infant Behavior and Development.

Elliott, L., Votruba-Drzal, E., Miller, P., Libertus, M.E., & Bachman, H.J. (2022)"Unpacking the home numeracy environment: Examining dimensions of number activities in early childhood." Early Childhood Research Quarterly.  

 Carver, C.E., Duong, S., Bachman, H., Votruba-Drzal, E., & Libertus, M.E. (2022). Examining relations between parental feedback types and preschool-aged children's academic skills. International Journal of Psychological Studies. 

Bachman, H. J., Elliott, L., Duong, S., Betancur, L.,Navarro, M., Votruba-Drzal, E., & Libertus, M. (2020). Triangulating multi-method assessments of parental support for early math development. Frontiers in Education, 5:589514.

Elliott, L., Bachman, H. J., & Henry, D. (2019). Why and how do parents promote math learning with their young children: A mixed-methods investigation. Parenting: Science and Practice.

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Contact

623 MURDC

hbachman@pitt.edu