Rufan Luo
Rufan Luo
Assistant Professor, Rutgers University, Camden
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Identifying pathways between socioeconomic status and language development
A Pace, R Luo, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Annual Review of Linguistics 3, 285-308, 2017
Chinese parents’ goals and practices in early childhood
R Luo, CS Tamis-LeMonda, L Song
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 28 (4), 843-857, 2013
Power in methods: Language to infants in structured and naturalistic contexts
CS Tamis‐LeMonda, Y Kuchirko, R Luo, K Escobar, MH Bornstein
Developmental science 20 (6), e12456, 2017
Early home learning environment predicts children’s 5th grade academic skills
CS Tamis-LeMonda, R Luo, KE McFadden, ET Bandel, C Vallotton
Applied Developmental Science 23 (2), 153-169, 2019
Evaluating socioeconomic gaps in preschoolers’ vocabulary, syntax and language process skills with the Quick Interactive Language Screener (QUILS)
D Levine, A Pace, R Luo, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff, J de Villiers, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 50, 114-128, 2020
Mother–child book‐sharing and children's storytelling skills in ethnically diverse, low‐income families
R Luo, CS Tamis‐LeMonda, Y Kuchirko, F F. Ng, E Liang
Infant and Child Development 23 (4), 402-425, 2014
Children's vocabulary growth in English and Spanish across early development and associations with school readiness skills
CS Tamis-LeMonda, L Song, R Luo, Y Kuchirko, R Kahana-Kalman, ...
Developmental neuropsychology 39 (2), 69-87, 2014
‘What happened next?’: Developmental changes in mothers’ questions to children
Y Kuchirko, CS Tamis-LeMonda, R Luo, E Liang
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 16 (4), 498-521, 2016
Children's Literacy Experiences in Low‐Income Families: The Content of Books Matters
R Luo, CS Tamis‐LeMonda, AL Mendelsohn
Reading Research Quarterly 55 (2), 213-233, 2020
Reciprocity between maternal questions and child contributions during book-sharing
R Luo, CS Tamis-LeMonda
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 38, 71-83, 2017
Mothers' verbal and nonverbal strategies in relation to infants' object‐directed actions in real time and across the first three years in ethnically diverse families
R Luo, CS Tamis‐LeMonda
Infancy 21 (1), 65-89, 2016
Home literacy environment and existing knowledge mediate the link between socioeconomic status and language learning skills in dual language learners
R Luo, A Pace, D Levine, A Iglesias, J de Villiers, RM Golinkoff, ...
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 55, 1-14, 2021
From the external to the internal: Behavior clarifications facilitate theory of mind (ToM) development in Chinese children
Y Liu, Y Wang, R Luo, Y Su
International Journal of Behavioral Development 40 (1), 21-30, 2016
Preschool book-sharing and oral storytelling experiences in ethnically diverse, low-income families
R Luo, CS Tamis-LeMonda
Early Child Development and Care, 1602-1619, 2019
Parents' role in infants' language development and emergent literacy.
CS Tamis-LeMonda, R Luo, L Song
Wiley-Blackwell, 2014
Community-based, caregiver-implemented early language intervention in high-risk families: Lessons learned
R Luo, RM Alper, K Hirsh-Pasek, M Mogul, Y Chen, LR Masek, ...
Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action …, 2019
Heterogeneity in the trajectories of US Latine mothers’ dual-language input from infancy to preschool
R Luo, K Escobar, CS Tamis-LeMonda
First Language 40 (3), 275-299, 2020
Within and across language predictors of word learning processes in dual language learners
A Pace, R Luo, D Levine, A Iglesias, J De Villiers, RM Golinkoff, ...
Child development 92 (1), 35-53, 2021
Maternal question use and child language outcomes: The moderating role of children's vocabulary skills and socioeconomic status
R Luo, LR Masek, RM Alper, K Hirsh-Pasek
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 59, 109-120, 2022
Contributors to depressed mood in Black single mothers
R Atkins, R Luo, M Wunnenberg, C Ayres, TH Lipman, V Pena-Cardinali, ...
Issues in mental health nursing 41 (1), 38-48, 2020
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