Lixin Ren
Lixin Ren
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
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Pathways of influence: Chinese parents' expectations, parenting styles, and child social competence
L Ren, C Pope Edwards
Early Child Development and Care 185 (4), 614-630, 2015
Connecting teacher professional development and student mathematics achievement: A 4-year study of an elementary mathematics specialist program
TS Kutaka, WM Smith, AD Albano, CP Edwards, L Ren, HL Beattie, ...
Journal of Teacher Education 68 (2), 140-154, 2017
Teacher characteristics and contextual factors: links to early primary teachers’ mathematical beliefs and attitudes
L Ren, WM Smith
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 21, 321-350, 2018
Pathways to reading, mathematics, and science: Examining domain-general correlates in young Chinese children
X Zhang, BY Hu, L Ren, X Fan
Contemporary Educational Psychology 51, 366-377, 2017
Examining the roles of parent–child and teacher–child relationships on behavior regulation of children at risk
IH Acar, JC Torquati, A Garcia, L Ren
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 64 (2), 248-274, 2018
Parent–child number application activities predict children’s math trajectories from preschool to primary school.
X Zhang, BY Hu, X Zou, L Ren
Journal of Educational Psychology 112 (8), 1521, 2020
Family socioeconomic status and Chinese children’s early academic development: Examining child-level mechanisms
X Zhang, BY Hu, L Ren, L Zhang
Contemporary Educational Psychology 59, 101792, 2019
Young Chinese children's academic skill development: Identifying child‐, family‐, and school‐level factors
X Zhang, BY Hu, L Ren, S Huo, M Wang
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2019 (163), 9-37, 2019
Influence of child behavioral problems and parenting stress on parent–child conflict among low-income families: The moderating role of maternal nativity
AS Garcia, L Ren, JM Esteraich, HH Raikes
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 63 (3), 311-339, 2017
Examining change in K-3 teachers’ mathematical knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs: The case of primarily math
TS Kutaka, L Ren, WM Smith, HL Beattie, CP Edwards, JL Green, ...
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 21, 147-177, 2018
Antecedents and consequences of organized extracurricular activities among Chinese preschoolers in Hong Kong
L Ren, X Zhang
Learning and Instruction 65, 101267, 2020
Using the Fennema-Sherman mathematics attitude scales with lower-primary teachers
L Ren, JL Green, WM Smith
Mathematics Education Research Journal 28, 303-326, 2016
Extracurricular Activities and Chinese Children’s School Readiness: Who Benefits More?
L Ren, J Chen, X Li, H Wu, J Fan, L Li
Child Development, 2020
Contemporary Chinese parents’ socialization priorities for preschoolers: A mixed methods study
L Ren, C Pope Edwards
Early Child Development and Care 186 (11), 1779-1791, 2016
Chinese preschoolers’ daily routine and its associations with parent-child relationships and child self-regulation
L Ren, J Fan
International Journal of Behavioral Development 43 (2), 179-184, 2019
Coparenting and Chinese preschoolers’ social-emotional development: Child routines as a mediator
L Ren, W Xu
Children and Youth Services Review 107, 104549, 2019
Sources of individual differences in young Chinese children's reading and mathematics skill: A longitudinal study
X Zhang, BY Hu, L Ren, X Fan
Journal of school psychology 71, 122-137, 2018
Disentangling the Relations Between Different Components of Family Socioeconomic Status and Chinese Preschoolers’ School Readiness
L Ren, BY Hu, X Zhang
Family Process, 2020
The linear and nonlinear effects of organized extracurricular activities on Chinese Preschoolers’ development
L Ren, TS Kutaka, P Chernyavskiy, J Fan, X Li
Contemporary Educational Psychology 60, 101845, 2020
Child routines mediate the relationship between parenting and social-emotional development in Chinese children
L Ren, BY Hu, Z Song
Children and Youth Services Review 98, 1-9, 2019
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