Publications for Craig Ramey
- Campbell, F.A., Pungello, E., Kainz, K., Burchinal, M., Yi, P, Wasik, B.H., Barbarin, O., Sparling, J.J., & Ramey, C.T. (2012). Adult outcomes as a function of an early childhood educational program: An Abecedarian project follow-up. Developmental Psychology.
- Ramey, C.T., & Ramey, S.L. (2010).
Head Start: Strategies to improve outcomes for children living in poverty. In R. Haskins and W.S. Barnett(Eds.). Investing in Young Children: New Directions in Federal and Early Childhood Policy. (pp. 59-67)Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
- Pungello, E.P., Kainz, K., Burchinal, M., Wasik, B.H., Sparling, J.J. Ramey, C.T., & Campbell, F.A. (2010). Early educational intervention, early cumulative risk, and the early home environment as predictors of young adult outcomes within a high-risk sample. Child Development, 81:410-426.
- Ramey, C.T., Ramey, S.L., & Stokes, B.R. (2009).
Research evidence about program dosage and student achievement: Effective public prekindergarten programs in Maryland and Louisiana. In R. Pianta & C. Howes(Eds.). The Promise of Pre-K. (pp. 79-105)Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.
- Campbell, F.A., Wasik, B.H., Pungello, E., Burchinal, M., Barbarin, O., Kainz, K., Sparling, J.J., & Ramey, C.T. (2008). Young adult outcomes from the Abecedarian and CARE early childhood educational interventions. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 23:452-466.
- Ramey S.L., & Ramey C.T. (2007).
Establishing a science of professional development for early education programs: The Knowledge Application Information Systems (KAIS) theory of professional development. In L.M. Justice & C. Vukelich(Eds.). Achieving excellence in preschool language and literacy instruction. (pp. 41-63)New York: Guilford Press.
- Ramey, C.T., Ramey, S.L., & Lanzi, R.G. (2006).
Children’s health and education. In I. Sigel & A. Renninger(Eds.). The handbook of child psychology. Vol. 4(pp. 864–892)Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley & Sons.
- Ramey, C.T. & Ramey, S.L. (2006).
Early learning and school readiness: Can early intervention make a difference?. In N.F. Watt, C.C. Ayoub, R.H. Bradley, J.E. Puma, & W.A. Lebeouf(Eds.). The crisis in youth mental health: Critical issues and effective programs. Early intervention programs and policies. Vol. 4(pp. 291-317)Westport: Praeger Press.
- Ramey, C.T., & Ramey, S.L. (2004). Early learning and school readiness: Can early intervention make a difference?. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 50:471-491.
- Ramey, C.T., Campbell, F.A., Burchinal, M., Skinner, M.L., Gardner, D.M., & Ramey, S.L. (2000). Persistent effects of early childhood education on high-risk children and their mothers. Applied Developmental Science, 4:2-14.
- Ramey, C.T., & Ramey, S.L. (1998). Early intervention and early experience. American Psychologist, 53:109-120.
- Ramey, S.L., & Ramey, C.T. (1997).
The role of universities in child development. In H.J. Walberg, O. Reyes, & R.P. Weissberg(Eds.). Children and youth: Interdisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 13-44)Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Ramey, C.T., Bryant, D.M., Wasik, B.H., Sparling, J.J., Fendt, K.H., & LaVange, L.M. (1992). Infant Health and Development Program for low birth weight, premature infants: Program elements, family participation, and child intelligence. Pediatrics, 89:454-465.