By David Reiss, Jody M. Ganiban, Leslie D. Leve, Jenae M. Neiderhiser, Daniel S. Shaw, and Misaki N. Natsuaki.
Commentary by Matt McGue, Robert F. Krueger, and Glenn I. Roisman. Parents have long been seen as playing a fundamental and implicitly causal role in shaping the children they rear. A focus on parenting is evident in the premier journals in developmental science…
Commentary by Stephen Petrill. Over the past decade the “Big Science” trend has led to ever larger datasets, massive teams of researchers, data harmonization, and an increasing number of meta-analyses and data consortia.
The following clips were taken from an interview between Lauren Myers and Cecelia Liu, Associate Editors of Monograph Matters, and each of the authors of the Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development issue, “Parenting in the Context of the Child: Genetic and Social Processes.”