James A. Green
James A. Green
Title: Professor and Department Head
Departmental Program: Developmental
Department of Psychology
406 Babbidge Road, Unit 1020
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-1020
Preferred Means of Contact: E-mail
- Parent-child relations
- Social development
- Prelinguistis communication
- Quantitative methods
- Principles of Research in Psychology
- General Psychology I.
- Measurement and Scaling
- Advanced Child Psychology
- Green, J. A., Gustafson, G. E., & McGhie, A. C. (1998).
Changes in infants' cries as a function of time in a cry bout.
Child Development, 69, 271-279.
- Green, J. A., & Gustafson, G. E. (1997). Perspectives
on an ecological approach to social communicative development
in infancy. In C. Dent-Read and P. Zukow-Goldring (Eds.), Evolving
explanations of development: Ecological explanations to organismenvironment
systems (pp. 515-546). Arlington, VA: American Psychological
- Green, J. A., Gustafson, G. E., Irwin, J. R., Kalinowski,
L. L., & Wood, R. M. (1995). Infant crying: Acoustics, perception,
and communication. Early Development and Parenting, 4,
- Green, J. A., Irwin, J. R., & Gustafson, G. E. (2000).
Acoustic cryanalysis, neonatal status, and long-term developmental
outcome. In R. G. Barr, B. Hopkins, & J. A. Green (Eds.),
Crying as a sign, a symptom, and a signal: Clinical, emotional,
and developmental aspects of infant and toddler crying (pp
137-156). London: MacKeith Press.
- Barr, R. G., Hopkins, B., & Green, J. A. (2000). Crying
as a sign, a symptom, and a signal: Clinical, emotional, and
developmental aspects of infant and toddler crying. London:
- Maternal and Child Health Bureau/Health and Human Service
Review Panel member, 1991-1996.
- Child Development Editorial Board, 1992-1997.
- Member of the Society for Research on Child Development and
the Psychometric Society.
- International Society on Infant Studies