Thought Leadership

Thought leaders are the informed opinion leaders and the go-to people in their field of expertise. At Kindering, we see thought leaders in our staff and know that they are trusted sources who move and inspire people with innovative ideas; turn ideas into reality, and know and show how to replicate their success.

Our staff are passionate about sharing the best practices of early intervention and early learning to ensure that every child has the best start possible.  Below is a sample of Kindering staff members’ published work:

Publications

Research & Academic Work

What Siblings Would Like Parents and Service Providers to Know

Don Meyer, The Sibling Support Project.

“I’m Constantly Thinking About Bev and Her Future”: Siblings Speak About Aging

Don Meyer, The Sibling Support Project. Impact, Winter 2010.

Affect Attunement during Mother-Infant Interaction: How Specific Intensities Predict the Stability of Infants’ Coordinated Joint Attention Skills

Dr. Lisa Greenwald, Ph.D & Pamela Rollins, MA. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, June 2013.

The Search for a Precursor to Coordinated Joint Attention: Is Affect Attunement Really the Answer?

Dr. Lisa Greenwald, Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas, Doctoral Dissertation.

Kindering Center: A Comprehensive Early Intervention Program Model

Dr. Lisa Greenwald, Ph.D, Maxine M. Siegel, MA, & Dr. Ralf Greenwald, Ph.D. Infants and Young Children, July/September 2006.

Development of Chewing in Children From 12 to 48 Months: Longitudinal Study of EMG Patterns

Jordan Green, Christopher Moore, Wendy Olsen, Jacki Ruark, Paul Rodda, & Marcus VanWitzenburg. Journal of Neurophysiology, May 1997.