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1 How Students Became My Colleagues Allen W. Gottfried, Director Fullerton Longitudinal Study

2 Mentor A wise guild A wise and trusted counselor or teacher. Guide, role model, teacher, sponsor, support, nurture, develop, challenge, etc.

3 Philosophy and Approach Viewed each student as a potential colleague. Intelligent, intrinsically motivated (curiosity, persistence, and taking on challenging tasks), and available to conduct research. Desire to pursue Ph.D. – have to taste it. Instill and develop students’ passion for research. Students who are willing to say yes and over-extend. Students who realize that if you don’t ask or try, the answer is NO!

4 Education is when teacher and students learn together. Not only what I can teach them but also what I can learn from them. How would the research process benefit us. Partnership - I was willing to engage in a collaborative process in which there was no division between teacher and student. If students came up with an idea or willing to pursue an interesting issue or question, I was willing to let students take the lead, including senior authorship on papers and publications. Thus, my students and I made an investment by constructing a long-term prospective study known as the “Fullerton Longitudinal Study.”

5 FLS Assessment Waves AssessmentAge in Years Laboratory Infancy1, 1.5, 2 Preschool2.5, 3, 3.5 Elementary School5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Junior High School12, 13 High School14, 15, 16, 17 Surveys24, 29 Home Visits Infancy1.25 Preschool3.25 Elementary School8

6 Publications with former and current students. In addition, 130 conference papers. 50 students went on for professional degrees including 30 pursued Ph.D.s.

7 Environment-Development Relationships Gottfried, A. W., Wallace-Lande, P., Sherman-Brown, S., King, J., Coen, C., & Hodgman, J. (1981). Physical and social environment of newborn infants in special care units. Science. 214, Gottfried, A. W., Hodgman, J., & Brown, K. W. (1984). How intensive is newborn intensive care? An environmental analysis. Pediatrics, 74, Gottfried, A. W., Meyer, C., Schmierer, D. A., Renfeldt, S. V., & Guerin, D. (1984). Home stimulation and sensorimotor development in infants (Vol. III). In M. K. Poulsen & G. I. Lubin (Eds.), Piagetian theory and its implications for education and development. University of Southern California Press. Gottfried, A. W., Gottfried, A. E. Bathurst, K, Guerin, G.W. & Parramore, M. (2003) Socioeconomic status in children's development and family environment: Infancy through adolescence. In M. Bornstein & R. Bradley (Eds.), Socioeconomic status, and child development. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Pub.

8 Intellectual and Motivational Giftedness Gottfried, A. W., Gottfried, A. E., Bathurst, K., & Guerin, D. (1994) Gifted IQ: Early Developmental Aspects-The Fullerton Longitudinal Study. NY: Plenum Publishing Corp. Gottfried, A. W., Gottfried, A. E., Cook, C. R., & Morris, P. E. (2005) Educational characteristics of adolescents with gifted motivation: A longitudinal investigation from school entry through early adulthood. Gifted Child Quarterly. 49, Gottfried, A. W., Gottfried, A. E. & Guerin, D. W. (2006) The Fullerton Longitudinal Study: A long-term investigation of intellectual and motivational giftedness. Journal for the Education of the Gifted. 29, Gottfried, A. W., Gottfried, A. E., & Guerin, D. W. (2009) Issues in early prediction and identification of intellectual giftedness. In F. Horowitz, R. Subotnik, & D. Mathews (Eds.). Development of giftedness and talent across the life-span. American Psychological Association. Washington D.C.

9 Intrinsic Motivation Gottfried, A. E., Marcoulides, G. A., Gottfried, A. W., Oliver, P. H., & Guerin, G. W. (2007) Multivariate latent change modeling of developmental decline in academic intrinsic math motivation and achievement: Childhood through adolescence. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31, Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W., Morris, P. E., & Cook. C. R. (2008) Low academic intrinsic motivation as a risk factor for adverse educational outcomes: A longitudinal study from early childhood through early adulthood. In C. Hudley & A. E. Gottfried (Eds.). Academic motivation and the culture of schooling: Oxford Press. N.Y. Marcoulides, G. A., Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W., & Oliver, P. H. (2008) A latent transition analysis of academic intrinsic motivation from childhood through adolescent. Educational Evaluation and Research: An International Journal, 14, Gottfried, A. E., Marcoulides, G. A., Gottfried, A. W., & Oliver, P. H. (2009) A latent curve model of parental motivational practices and developmental decline in math and science academic intrinsic motivation. Journal of Educational Psychology.

10 Temperament Guerin, D., Gottfried, A. W., Thomas, C. W., Oliver, P. H. (2003) Temperament from Infancy through Adolescence: The Fullerton Longitudinal Study. NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Guerin, D. W., Oliver, P.H. & Gottfried, A. W. (2009) Temperament. In Anderman, Eric (ed.). Psychology of classroom learning: An encyclopedia. Macmillan Reference USA, Detroit. Oliver, P, H., Guerin, D. W., & Gottfried, A. W. (2007) Temperamental task orientation: Relation to high school and college accomplishments. Learning and Individual Differences. 17, Ramos, M. C., Guerin, D., Gottfried, A. W., Bathurst, K., & Oliver, P. H. (2005) Family conflict and children’s externalizing behavior problems: The moderating role of child temperament. Structural Equation Modeling. 12, Guerin D. W., Gottfried, A. W., & Thomas, C.W. (1997) Difficult temperament and behavioural problems: A longitudinal study from 1.5 to 12 years. International Journal of Behavioural Development. 21, Guerin, D., & Gottfried, A. W. (1994) Developmental stability and change in parents' reports of temperament: A ten year longitudinal study from infancy through preadolescence. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 40, Guerin, D., & Gottfried, A. W. (1994) Temperamental consequences of infant difficultness. Infant Behavior and Development. 17, Guerin, D. W., Gottfried, A. W., Oliver, P., & Thomas, C. (1994) Temperament and school functioning during early adolescence. Journal of Early Adolescence. 14,

11 Laterality and Cognition Gottfried, A. W., & Bathurst, K. (1983). Hand preference across time is related to intelligence in young girls, not boys. Science. 221, Kee, D. W., Gottfried, A. W., Bathurst, K., & Brown, K. (1987). Left-hemispheric language specialization: Consistency in hand preference and sex differences. Child Development, 58, Kee, D., Gottfried, A. W., & Bathurst, K. (1991). Consistency of hand preference: predictors of intelligence and school achievement. Brain and Cognition. 16, 1-10 Brown, K. W., & Gottfried, A. W. (1986). Cross-modal transfer of shape in early infancy: Is there reliable evidence? In C. Rovee-Collier & L. Lipsitt (Eds.), Advances in infant research (Vol. 4). ( ). NJ: Ablex.

12 Developmental Assessment Gottfried, A. W., Guerin, D., Spencer, J. E., & Meyer, C. (1983). Concurrent validity of the Minnesota Child Development Inventory in a non-clinical sample. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 51, Gottfried, A. W., Guerin, D., Spencer, J. E., & Meyer, C. (1984). Validity of Minnesota Child Development Inventory in screening young children's developmental status. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 9, Guerin, D., & Gottfried, A. W. (1987). Minnesota Child Development Inventories: Predictors of intelligence, achievement, and adaptability. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 12, Bathurst, K. & Gottfried, A. W. (1987). Untestable subjects in child development research: Developmental implications. Child Development. 58, Coffman, J. K., Guerin, D. W., & Gottfried, A. W. (2006) Reliability and validity of the Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI): Evidence from a longitudinal cross-informant investigation. Psychological Assessment, 18, Guerin, D. W., Griffin, J. R., Gottfried, A. W., & Christenson, G. N. (1993). Dyslexic subtypes and severity levels: are there gender differences? Optometry and Vision Sciences, 70, Guerin, D. W., Griffin, J. R., Gottfried, A. W., & Christenson, G. N. (1993) Concurrent validity and screening efficiency of The Dyslexic Screener, Psychological Assessment, 5,

13 Parental Employment Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W., & Bathurst, K. (2002) Maternal and dual earner employment and parenting. In M. Bornstein (Ed.) Handbook of Parenting. 2nd Edition, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers. Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W. Bathurst, K., & Killian, C. (1999) Maternal and dual-earner families: Family adaptations and future directions. In M. Lamb (Ed.) Nontraditional Families. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers. Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W., & Bathurst, K. (1995) Maternal and dual-earner status and parenting. In M. Bornstein (Ed.) Handbook of Parenting. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers. Gottfried, A. E., Bathurst, K., & Gottfried, A. W. (1994). Role of maternal and dual-earner employment in children's development: A longitudinal study. In A. E. Gottfried, & A. W. Gottfried (Eds.) Redefining families: Implications for children's development. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp. Gottfried, A. E., Gottfried, A. W., & Bathurst, K. (1988). Maternal employment, family environment, and children's development: Infancy through the school years. In A. E. Gottfried & A. W. Gottfried (Eds.) Maternal employment and children's development: Longitudinal research. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.

14 Applied Developmental Psychology Bathurst, K., Gottfried, A. W., & Gottfried, A. E. (1997). Normative data for the MMPI-2 in child custody litigation. Psychological Assessment. 9, Gottfried, A. W., Bathurst, K., & Cohn, H. J. (1999) The private partial evaluation in child custody matters. Family Law News and Review. 20, Gottfried, A. W., Bathurst, K., & Gottfried, A. E. (2003) What judicial officers and attorneys should know about psychological testing in child custody matters. State of California Family Law News. 25, Gottfried, A. W., Bathurst, K., & Gottfried, A.E. (2004) What judicial officers and attorneys should know about psychological testing in child custody mattes: An update. Los Angeles County Bar Association Family Law News and Review. 13, 5-16.

15 Lastly, they have to enjoy going to dinner especially at conferences.


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