Fantasy Lozada
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Emotion development in infancy through the lens of culture
AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada
Emotion Review 3 (2), 158-168, 2011
1662011
Parents' emotion‐related beliefs, behaviours, and skills predict children's recognition of emotion
VL Castro, AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada, AB Craig
Infant and child development 24 (1), 1-22, 2015
1272015
Framing Black boys: Parent, teacher, and student narratives of the academic lives of Black boys
SJ Rowley, L Ross, FT Lozada, A Williams, A Gale, B Kurtz-Costes
Advances in child development and behavior 47, 301-332, 2014
962014
Parents’ beliefs about children’s emotions and parents’ emotion-related conversations with their children
FT Lozada, AG Halberstadt, AB Craig, PA Dennis, JC Dunsmore
Journal of child and Family Studies 25 (5), 1525-1538, 2016
602016
Preservice teachers’ racialized emotion recognition, anger bias, and hostility attributions
AG Halberstadt, VL Castro, Q Chu, FT Lozada, CM Sims
Contemporary Educational Psychology 54, 125-138, 2018
462018
Prosocial behaviors of Black adolescent boys: An application of a sociopolitical development theory
FT Lozada, RJ Jagers, CD Smith, J Baņales, EC Hope
Journal of Black Psychology 43 (5), 493-516, 2017
442017
Black mothers' perceptions of the role of race in children's education
AD Williams, M Banerjee, F Lozada‐Smith, D Lambouths III, SJ Rowley
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (4), 932-946, 2017
372017
An unwelcomed digital visitor in the classroom: The longitudinal impact of online racial discrimination on academic motivation
BM Tynes, J Del Toro, FT Lozada
School psychology review 44 (4), 407-424, 2015
312015
Classroom and school predictors of civic engagement among Black and Latino middle school youth
RJ Jagers, FT Lozada, D Rivas‐Drake, C Guillaume
Child development 88 (4), 1125-1138, 2017
292017
From racial microaggressions to hate crimes: A model of online racism based on the lived experiences of adolescents of color
BM Tynes, FT Lozada, NA Smith, AM Stewart
Microaggression theory: Influence and implications, 194-212, 2018
242018
School-based social-emotional learning and ethnic-racial identity among African American and Latino adolescents
D Rivas-Drake, FT Lozada, BJ Pinetta, RJ Jagers
Youth & Society 52 (7), 1331-1354, 2020
122020
Parents’ beliefs, behaviors, and the relationships between them: Differences and similarities by ethnicity and education
AG Halberstadt, AB Craig, FT Lozada, GL Brown
Symposium presentation presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for …, 2011
102011
Longitudinal effects of online experiences on empathy among African American adolescents
FT Lozada, BM Tynes
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 52, 181-190, 2017
82017
Adolescent coping strategies in the face of their “worst online experience”
M Michikyan, FT Lozada, JV Weidenbenner, BM Tynes
International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations (IJGCMS) 6 …, 2014
72014
Early emotional development and cultural variability
FT Lozada, AG Halberstadt
Elsevier, 2015
62015
Culture and emotions in the first 5 to 6 years of life
AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada
Encyclopedia on early childhood development, 1-6, 2011
62011
The increasingly clear emotions (ICE) task
AG Halberstadt, FT Lozada, KA Leary, PA Sibley, P Garrett-Peters
Unpublished measure, Department of Psychology, North Carolina State …, 2010
62010
Perceptions of Teaching Practices, Teacher Support, and School Engagement among Middle School Students: An Examination of the Developmental Designs Approach.
FN Mustafaa, FT Lozada, J Channey, A Skoog-Hoffman, RJ Jagers
Middle Grades Research Journal 11 (2), 2017
52017
Trajectories of online racial discrimination and psychological functioning among African American and Latino adolescents
BM Tynes, D English, J Del Toro, NA Smith, FT Lozada, DR Williams
Child development 91 (5), 1577-1593, 2020
42020
Exploration of bidirectionality in African American and Latinx adolescents’ offline and online ethnic-racial discrimination.
FT Lozada, EK Seaton, CD Williams, BM Tynes
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 27 (3), 386, 2021
32021
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