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Ph.D., Human Development and Family Science/Psychological Assessment, Oregon State University, 1979
Military families, parenting in at-risk families, community violence, and child development
Pinzon, A., Koblinsky, S.A., & Hofferth, S. (2009). Work-related injuries of child street laborers in Latin American cities: Prevalence and predictors. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 26(3), 235-243.
Ji, C. S., & Koblinsky, S.A. (2009). Parent involvement in children’s education: An exploratory study of urban, Chinese immigrant families. Urban Education, 44(6), 687-709.
Oravecz, L.A., Koblinsky, S.A., & Randolph, S.M. (2008). Community violence, family conflict, parenting, and social support as predictors of the social competence of African American preschool children. Journal of Black Psychology, 34(2), 192-216.
Koblinsky, S. A., Kuvalanka, K., & Randolph, S. M. (2006). Social skills and behavior problems of urban, African American preschoolers: Role of parenting practices, family conflict, and maternal depression. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 76(4), 554-563.
Koblinsky, S. A., Kuvalanka, K., McClintock-Comeaux, M. (2006). Preparing Future Faculty and Family Professionals. Family Relations, 55, 29-43.
Letiecq, B. L., & Koblinsky, S. A. (2004). Parenting in violent neighborhoods: African American fathers’ strategies for keeping children safe. Journal of Family Issues, 25(6), 715-734.
Randolph, S. M., & Koblinsky, S. A. (2002). Infant mental health in African American families: A sociocultural perspective. In G. Bernal, J.E. Trimble, A.K. Burlew, & F.T. Leong (Eds.), Handbook of Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology (pp. 307-326). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Randolph, S. M. & Koblinsky, S. A. (2001). The sociocultural context of infant mental health in African American families. Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families, 22(1), 29-38.
Koblinsky, S. A., Gordon, A. L., & Anderson, E. A. (2000). Changes in the social skills and behavior problems of homeless and housed children during the preschool year. Early Education and Development, 11(3), 321-338.
Randolph, S. M., Koblinsky, S. A., Beemer, M. A., Roberts, D. D. & Letiecq, B. L. (2000). Behavior problems of African American boys and girls attending Head Start programs in violent neighborhoods. Early Education and Development, 11(3), 339-356.