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Human Development Graduate Group

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    Beth Goodlin-Jones

    Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, University of California, Davis, M.I.N.D. Institute
    At UCD since:1995
    Interests: Biological, Social-Emotional, Family, Health & Mental Health
    Life Phases: Infancy, Early Childhood

  • Research Interests
    Primary research interests involve early relationship development and developmental psychopathology. Current research activities include collaborations with Dr. Abedutto on mother-child interaction in families with a child with Fragile X syndrome as well as a longitudinal research project with Dr. Sally Rogers on early intervention with young children with autism spectrum disorders.

    Selected Publications

    Goodlin-Jones, B.L., Burnham, M.M., Gaylor, E.E., & Anders, T.F. Night waking, sleep-wake organization, and self-soothing in the first year of life. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 22, 226-233.

    Gaylor, E.E., Goodlin-Jones, B.L., & Anders, T.F. Classification of Young Children’s Sleep Problems: A Pilot Study. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40, 61-67.

    Burnham, M.M., Goodlin-Jones, B.L., Gaylor, E.G., & Anders, T.F. (2002). Use of Sleep Aids During the First Year of Life. Pediatrics, 109, 594-601.

    Honomichl, R., Goodlin-Jones, B., Burnham, M., Hansen, R.L. & Anders, T. (2002). Secretin and sleep in children with Autism. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 33(2), 107-123.

    Burnham, M.M., B.L. Goodlin-Jones, E.E. Gaylor and T.F. Anders. (2002). Nighttime sleep-wake patterns and self-soothing from birth to one year of age: A longitudinal intervention study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 43(6), 713-725.