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. (forthcoming July, 2018). 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. (in press). 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. (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. (February 10, 2018). Responsive interactions with infants and toddlers. Waldorf Early Childhood Conference of North America (WECAN). Spring Valley, New York.
(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. (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
EDPS 325 - Lifespan Development