Dr. Wei Huang
Dr. Wei Huang studied M.A. in Early Childhood with the focus of socioemotional development in University of Konstanz (Germany) and Teachers‘ University of Thurgau (Switzerland). From 2018 to 2021, she was involved in a cross-national project (Project SEED: Social InEquality and its Effects on child Development: A study of birth cohorts in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands), which investigated the effect of social inequality on young children’s language and socioemotional development. With the framework of this project, she also successfully completed her Ph.D in Empirical Educational Research in University of Bamberg. Currently, she is member of TRAc Starter Project at the Trimberg Research Academy and working on a research project on the association between young children’s executive functions and socioemotional development.
- Huang, W., Weinert, S., & Volodina, A. (accepted). Relations between early majority language and socioemotional skills in children with different language backgrounds. Child Development.
- Huang, W., Weinert, S., von Maurice, J., & Attig, M. (2022). Specific parenting behaviors link maternal education to toddlers’ language and social competence. Journal of Family Psychology, 36(6), 998–1009. https://doi.org/10.1037/fam0000950
- Huang, W., Weinert, S., Wareham, H., Law, J., Attig, M., von Maurice, J., & Roßbach, H-G. (2022). The emergence of behavioral difficulties: Analyzing risk and protective pathways in the UK and Germany. Frontiers in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.769057
- Wareham, H., Huang, W., Labuschagne, L., Law, J., Attig, M., Franken, M.-C., Jansen, P., & Weinert, S. (2021). The association of maternal education on children’s language skills and its link to social inequality, descriptive analysis from three European cohort studies. DIAL Working Paper Series 10/2021.
- Doshi, A., Weinert, S., & Huang, W. (2023). Concurrent and longitudinal associations between executive functions (EF) and socio-emotional competence in the childhood years. Poster presentation at the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS), Munich, Germany. (9–11 October 2023)
- Tamayo, N., Huang, W., & Law, J. (2021). The intimate association between academic outcomes and socioemotional development across childhood and adolescence. Presentation at hybrid DIAL Final Conference. (22 October 2021)
- Huang, W., Weinert, S., von Maurice, J., & Attig, M. (2021). Maternal socioemotionally supportive and cognitive-verbally stimulating parenting behaviors and child development. Paper presentation at PremLife/SEED Virtual Conference “Dynamics of inequality across the life course: The role of micro- and macro-system variables for language, academic, and mental health development”. (7–8 June 2021)
- Huang, W., Weinert, S., Wareham, H., Law, J., Attig, M., von Maurice, J., & Roßbach, H.-G. (2021). The emergence of 5-year-olds’ behavioural difficulties in the UK and Germany. Paper presentation at the online American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2021. (8–12 April 2021)
- Huang, W., Attig, M., von Maurice, J. & Weinert, S. (2019). Toddler’s language and social competence: Impacts of socioeconomic status and parenting behaviour. Paper presented at the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS), Potsdam, Germany. (24–27 September 2019)
- Huang, W., Volodina, A. & Weinert, S. (2019). Is supportive parenting really associated with problem behavior? Insight from the cohort of German five-year old children. Paper presented at the Section of Educational Psychology and Developmental Psychology (paEpsy), Leipzig, Germany. (9–12 September 2019)
- Huang, W., Attig, M., von Maurice, J. & Weinert, S. (2019). Toddler’s social competence: impacts of socioeconomic status and parenting behaviour. Paper presented at ISA—RC28 Summer Meeting 2019, Princeton, the USA. (15–18 August 2019)
- Huang, W., Attig, M., von Maurice, J. & Weinert, S. (2019). Socioeconomic background and toddler’s social competence: Analyzing the association. Paper presented at DIAL Mid-Term Conference, Turku, Finland. (5–8 June, 2019)