Holly Recchia
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Sibling relationships as sources of risk and resilience in the development and maintenance of internalizing and externalizing problems during childhood and adolescence
MA Dirks, R Persram, HE Recchia, N Howe
Clinical psychology review 42, 145-155, 2015
Sibling relations in early and middle childhood
N Howe, AL Paine, HS Ross, H Recchia
The Wiley‐Blackwell handbook of childhood social development, 443-458, 2022
Children's understanding and production of verbal irony in family conversations
HE Recchia, N Howe, HS Ross, S Alexander
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 28 (2), 255-274, 2010
Sibling relations and their impact on children’s development
N Howe, H Recchia
Encyclopedia on early childhood development, 1-8, 2006
Playmates and teachers: reciprocal and complementary interactions between siblings.
N Howe, H Recchia
Journal of Family Psychology 19 (4), 497, 2005
Associations between social understanding, sibling relationship quality, and siblings’ conflict strategies and outcomes
HE Recchia, N Howe
Child Development 80 (5), 1564-1578, 2009
“Two for flinching”: Children's and adolescents' narrative accounts of harming their friends and siblings
H Recchia, C Wainryb, M Pasupathi
Child Development 84 (4), 1459-1474, 2013
The construction of moral agency in mother–child conversations about helping and hurting across childhood and adolescence.
HE Recchia, C Wainryb, S Bourne, M Pasupathi
Developmental Psychology 50 (1), 34, 2014
Sibling relationships as a context for learning and development
N Howe, H Recchia
Early Education and Development 25 (2), 155-159, 2014
Power and conflict resolution in sibling, parent–child, and spousal negotiations.
HE Recchia, HS Ross, M Vickar
Journal of Family Psychology 24 (5), 605, 2010
Reading and the development of social understanding: Implications for the literacy classroom
S Kozak, H Recchia
The Reading Teacher 72 (5), 569-577, 2019
Rethinking responses to youth rebellion: Recent growth and development of restorative practices in schools
G Velez, M Hahn, H Recchia, C Wainryb
Current opinion in psychology 35, 36-40, 2020
Children's and adolescents' accounts of helping and hurting others: Lessons about the development of moral agency
HE Recchia, C Wainryb, S Bourne, M Pasupathi
Child Development 86 (3), 864-876, 2015
“Because if you don’t put the top on, it will spill”: A longitudinal study of sibling teaching in early childhood.
N Howe, S Della Porta, H Recchia, H Ross
Developmental Psychology 52 (11), 1832, 2016
Moral lives across cultures: Heterogeneity and conflict
C Wainryb, H Recchia
Handbook of moral development, 259-278, 2013
Patterns in mother-child internal state discourse across four contexts
N Howe, CM Rinaldi, HE Recchia
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 1-20, 2010
Prosocial behavior with peers: Intentions, outcomes, and interpersonal adjustment.
MA Dirks, KA Dunfield, HE Recchia
The Guilford Press, 2018
Making sense of divergent interpretations of conflict and developing an interpretive understanding of mind
HS Ross, HE Recchia, JIM Carpendale
Journal of Cognition and Development 6 (4), 571-592, 2005
Individual differences in sibling teaching in early and middle childhood
N Howe, H Recchia
Early Education and Development 20 (1), 174-197, 2009
Talking about right and wrong: Parent-child conversations as contexts for moral development
C Wainryb, HE Recchia
Cambridge University Press, 2014
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