Associate Professor (CSE/DPE)
Perlman, M., Frampton, K., Jenkins, J. (accepted). Perspective taking in child care centers. Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
Bisceglia, R., Perlman, M., Shaack, D., & Jenkins, J., (accepted). Assessing the Infant-Toddler Rating Scale in High-Stakes contexts. Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
Perlman, M., Ross, H.S., Garfinkel, D.A. (accepted). Young children’s conflicts: A new approach to study group level and individual differences in conflict behavior. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
Perlman, M., Kankesan, T., Zhang, J. (accepted). What do child care center staff do to promote children’s acceptance of diversity? Early Childhood Education and Care.
Ross, H.S., Vickar, M., & Perlman, M. (accepted). Early social cognitive skills at play in toddlers’ peer interactions. In the Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development: 2nd Edition.
Perlman, M., & Fletcher, B. (2008). Literacy instruction in Canadian child care centers. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 23(2), 139 - 155.
Perlman, M. Garfinkel, D. & Turrell, S.L. (2007). Sibling and parent influences on the quality of children’s conflict behaviours across the preschool period. Social Development.
Le, V., Perlman, M., Zellman, G. & Hamilton, L. (2006). Measuring Child-Staff Ratios in Child Care Centers: Balancing Effort and Representatives. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 21(3), 267-279.
Zellman, G & Perlman, M. (2006). Reconceptualizng the role of parents’ involvement in their children’s child care providers. Early Child Development and Care, 176(5), 521-538.
Perlman, M. & Ross, H. S. (2005). If-Then scripts in conflict behaviors of two- and four-year-old siblings. Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 51(1), 42-66.
Perlman, M., Zellman, G. & Le, V. (2004). Examining the psychometric properties of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale – Revised (ECERS-R). Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Vol 19(3), 398-412.
Ellikson, P.L. & Perlman, M., Klein, D.J. (2003). Explaining Racial/Ethnic