Deborah E. Laurin
John W. Porter Bldg, 314G
- PhD - University of Oklahoma-Tulsa
- MEd - Antioch New England University
- BA - University of Victoria
Interests and Expertise
Treat, A. E., Sheffield, Morris, Amy C., Williamson, A. C., Hays-Grudo, J. & Laurin, D. (2017). Adverse childhood experiences, parenting, and child executive function, Early Child Development and Care, DOI: 10.1080/03004430.2017.1353978
Laurin, D., & Goble, C. (in press). A wider world view of diapering routines: The Pikler approach enhancing the caregiver-child relationship, interactions, cooperation, communication, and development. Young Children.
Laurin, D. (2017, January). Diapering at Loczy: "Inspiration not replication." Pikler Loczy USA, 10-11.
Laurin, D. E. (submitted). One diaper at a time: Re-envisioning diaper change routines with infants and toddlers. ZERO-TO-THREE.
Goble, C., & Laurin, D. (2016). Creating career pathways and infusing infant mental health into early care and education profession development. ZERO-TO-THREE, 37, (1), 23-27.
Castle, S., Williamson, A., Young, E., Stubblefield, J., Laurin, D., Pearce, N. (2016). Teacher-child interactions in Early Head Start classrooms: Associations with teacher characteristics. Early Education and Development, 27, 259-274.
Laurin, D . (October 28, 2017). The Pikler approach, proximal processes, and child care theory: Re-envisioning infant and toddler diapering practices for nurturing the relationship. Where Pikler meets neuroscience Pikler/USA Conference, Los Angeles, California.
Laurin, D. (April 8, 2017). Fingerplays, verses, and movement games: The musicality of infants and toddlers. International Infant & Toddler Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Laurin, D. (April 6, 2017). Navajo saying: The sacred begins at the tip of the tongue. communicating with infants and toddlers. International Infant & Toddler Conference,Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Laurin, D. (May 29-June 2, 2016). Caregiver-child interactions: Types of talk during diapering. Presented at the 2016 World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH), Prague, Czech Republic.
Treat, A., Morris, A., Hays-Grudo, J., Williamson, A., Laurin, D. (May 29-June 2, 2016). Adverse childhood experiences, parenting and young children's executive function. Presented at the 2016 World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH), Prague, Czech Republic.
Williamson, A. C., & Laurin, D. (April 8-11, 2015). Caregiver-Infant Interactions in Child Care International Infant & Toddler Conference, Tulsa Oklahoma
Laurin, D. (April 18, 2016). Types of Talk in care routines. Accepted for presentation at University of Oklahoma Research forum. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Laurin, D., & Guss, S. (February 11-13, 2016). Slowing down for sleep: A Pikler approach to respectful routines. Presentation at the Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA),Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Laurin, D. E. (November 13-15, 2014). The Infant’s Quest: Meaning Beyond Attachment. Presented at the Oklahoma Early Childhood Leadership Conference, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa.
CoursesECE 314 - Infants and Toddlers: Development, Curriculum, and Programs
ECE 307 - Diverse Child, Families, and Communities
ECE 303 - Implementing the Curriculum