Selected Articles and Chapters: see also ResearchGate and GoogleScholar for fuller list. 

Prosocial behaviour and socialization

Deneault, A. A. & Hammond, S. I. (2021). Connecting the moral core: Examining moral baby research through an attachment theory perspective. Social Cognition, 39, 4-81. 

Hammond, S. I. & Brownell, C.A. (2018). Happily unhelpful: Infants’ everyday helping and its connections to early prosocial development. Frontiers in Psychology, 9 [Abstract and Full Text

Hammond, S. I., Al-Jbouri, E., Edwards, V. E., & Feltham, L. (2017). Infant helping in the first year of life: Parents’ recollection of infants’ earliest prosocial behaviors. Infant Behavior and Development. 47, 54-57.

Hammond S.I. & Brownell C.A. (2015). Prosocial development across the lifespan. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. CEECD, SKC-ECD. [English / Français]

Moral development and human agency

Hammond, S. I. (2018). Learning to talk to ourselves: Development, ignorance, and agency [commentary on Doris (2018). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, E45.

Sokol, B.W., Hammond, S. I., Kuebli, J., Sweetman, L. (2015). The development of agency. In W. F. Overton & P. C. M. Molenaar (Eds.), Handbook of child psychology and developmental science (284-322). 7th Edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Emotion theory

Hammond, S. I. & Drummond, J. K. (2019). Rethinking emotions in the context of infants’ prosocial behavior: The role of interest and positive emotions. Developmental Psychology, 55, 1882-1888.

Sokol, B. W. & Hammond, S. I. (2009). Piaget and affectivity. In U. Muller, J. I. M. Carpendale, & L. Smith (Eds.), The Cambridge companion to Piaget (pp. 309-323). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Self-regulation. theory of mind, and parental scaffolding

Hammond, S. I. (2021). Emergence, convergence, and theory of mind [commentary on Arocha (2020)]. Theory and Psychology. 31(3), 433-436.

Bernier, A., St-Laurent, D., Matte-Gagné, C., Milot, T., Hammond, S. I. & Carpendale, J. I. M. (2017). Parenting and young children’s executive function development. In M. Hoskyn, A. Young & G. Iarocci (Eds.), Executive functions in children’s everyday lives. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Hammond, S. I., Müller, U., Carpendale, J. I. M., Bibok, M. B., & Liebermann-Finestone, D. P. (2011). The effects of parental scaffolding on preschoolers’ executive function. Developmental Psychology, 48, 271-281.

© Stuart I. Hammond 2017