Brooker, R.J.(2018). Parenting and socioeconomic status predict developmental changes in error-related negativity in young children. Child Development, 89(3), 725-733.
Vess, M., Brooker, R.J.,Stichter, M., Neiderhiser, J.M. (In press). Genes and virtue: Exploring how heritability beliefs shape conceptions of virtue and its development. Behavior Genetics.
Brooker, R.J., ‡Canen, M.J., Davidson, R.J., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2017). Short- and long-term stability of alpha asymmetry: Baseline and affective measures. Psychophysiology, 54, 1100-1109.
‡Canen, M.J. & Brooker, R.J.(2017). ERN, theta power, and risk for anxiety problems in preschoolers. Biological Psychology, 123, 103-110.
‡Najjar, R. & Brooker, R.J.(2017). Delta beta coupling is associated with paternal caregiving behaviors during preschool. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 112, 31-39.
Van Hulle, C.A., Moore, M.N., Lemery-Chalfant, K., Goldsmith, H.H., & Brooker, R.J.(2017). Infant stranger fear trajectories predict diurnal cortisol rhythm and anxious behaviors during childhood. Development and Psychopathology, 29(3), 1119-1130.
‡Begnoche, J.P., Brooker, R.J., & Vess, M. (2016). EEG asymmetry and ERN: Temperament outcomes in children. PLoS ONE, 11(5), e0155713.
Brooker, R.J., Alto, K.M., Marceau, K., ‡Najjar, R., Leve, L.D., Ganiban, J.M., Reiss, D., Shaw, D.S., & Neiderhiser, J.M. (2016). Early inherited risk for anxiety moderates the association between fathers’ child-centered parenting and early social inhibition. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 7, 602-615.
Brooker, R.J., Davidson, R.J., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2016). Maternal negative affect in infancy is linked to disrupted patterns of change in cortisol and alpha asymmetry across contexts during childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 142, 274-290.
Brooker, R.J., Kiel, E.J., & Buss, K.A. (2016). Early social fear predicts kindergarteners’ socially anxious behaviors: Direct associations, moderation by inhibitory control, and differences from nonsocial fear. Emotion, 16(7), 991-1010.
Brooker, R.J.,*Phelps, R.A., Davidson, R.J., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2016). Context differences in delta-beta coupling are associated with neuroendocrine reactivity in infants. Developmental Psychobiology, 58(3), 406-418.
*Phelps, R.A., Brooker, R.J., & Buss, K.A. (2016). Toddlers’ dysregulated fear predicts delta-beta coupling during preschool. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience,17,28-34.
Brooker, R.J., Neiderhiser, J.M., Leve, L.D., Shaw, D.S., Scaramella, L., & Reiss, D. (2015). Associations between infant negative affect and parent anxiety symptoms are bidirectional: Evidence from mothers and fathers. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1875.
Brooker, R.J., & Buss, K.A. (2014). Toddler fearfulness is linked to individual differences in error-related negativity during preschool. Developmental Neuropsychology, 39(1), 1-8.
Brooker, R.J., & Buss, K.A. (2014). Harsh parenting and fearfulness in toddlerhood interact to predict amplitudes of preschool error-related negativity. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 9, 148-159. P
Brooker, R.J., Buss, K.A., Lemery-Chalfant, K., Aksan, N., Davidson, R.J., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2014). Profiles of observed infant anger predict preschool behavior problems: Moderation by life stress. Developmental Psychology, 50(10), 2343-2352.
Brooker, R.J., Neiderhiser, J.M., Ganiban, J.M., Leve, L.D., Shaw, D.S., & Reiss, D. (2014). Birth and adoptive parent anxiety symptoms moderate the link between infant attention control and internalizing problems in toddlerhood. Development and Psychopathology, 26,347-359.
Brooker, R.J., Buss, K.A., Lemery-Chalfant, K., Aksan, N., Davidson, R.J., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2013). The development of stranger fear in infancy and toddlerhood: Normative development, individual differences, antecedents, and outcomes. Developmental Science, 16(6), 864-878.
Buss, K.A., Davis, E.L., Kiel, E.J., Brooker, R.J., Beekman, C.R., & Early, M.C. (2013). Dysregulated fear predicts social wariness and social anxiety symptoms during kindergarten. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 42(5), 603-616.
Schmidt, N.L., Van Hulle, C., Brooker, R.J., Meyer, L.R., Lemery-Chalfant, K., & Goldsmith, H.H. (2013). Wisconsin twin research: Early development, childhood psychopathology, autism, and sensory over-responsivity.Twin Research and Human Genetics, 16(Special Issue 1), 376-384.
Brooker, R.J., Berenbaum, S.A., Bricker, J., Corley, R.P., & Wadsworth, S.A. (2012). Pubertal timing as a potential mediator of adoption effects on problem behaviors. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 22(4), 739-745.
Brooker, R.J., Buss, K.A., & Dennis, T.A. (2011). Error-monitoring brain activity is associated with affective behaviors in young children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 1, 141-152.
Brooker, R.J., Neiderhiser, J.M., Kiel, E.J., Leve, L.D., Shaw, D.S., & Reiss, D. (2011). The association between infants’ attention control and social inhibition is moderated by genetic and environmental risk for anxiety. Infancy, 16, 490-507.
Buss, K.A., Dennis, T.A., Brooker, R.J., & Sippel, L.M. (2011). An ERP study of conflict monitoring in 4- to 8-year-old children: Associations with temperament. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 1, 131-140.
Brooker, R.J., & Buss, K.A. (2010). Dynamic measures of RSA predict distress and regulation in toddlers. Developmental Psychobiology, 52, 372-382.
Buss, K.A., Brooker, R.J., & Leuty, M. (2008). Girls most of the time, boys some of the time: Gender differences in toddlers’ use of maternal proximity and comfort seeking. Infancy, 13, 1-29.
*author is an undergraduate trainee
‡author is an graduate trainee