Email: chris_porter@byu.edu
Office: 2093 JFSB
Phone: 801-422-5806
Chris Porter, Associate Professor

Department: Family Life

Vita

Education

  • PHD, CHILD DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES, PURDUE UNIVERSITY-WEST LAFAYETTE, 1996
  • MS, PURDUE UNIV-WEST LAFAYETTE, 1992
  • BS, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1990

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association
  • International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development
  • Society for Research in Child Development

Publication Info

  • Dan C. Hyde, Christin Laray Porter, Ross A Flom, Sarah Ahlander-Stone (2013). Relational congruence facilitates neural mapping of spatial and temporal magnitudes in preverbal infant. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • Christin Laray Porter, Blake Jones (2011). Does Brief Bradycardia at the Onset of Arm-Restraint Signal Infants' Emotional Reactivity to Restraint? John Wiley & Sons.
  • Daniel C. Hyde, Blake Jones, Christin Laray Porter, Ross A Flom (2010). Visual stimulation enhances auditory processing in 3-month old infants and adults. Developmental Psychobiology.
  • Chongming Yang, Craig H Assoc AVP Faculty CS Hart, David Allen Nelson, Christin Laray Porter, Susanne Olsen Roper, Clyde Clark Robinson, Shenghua Jin (2004). Fathering in a Beijing, Chinese sample: Associations with boys' and girls' negative emotionality and aggression. Conceptualizing and Measuring Father Involvement.
  • Craig H Assoc AVP Faculty CS Hart, Chongming Yang, Larry J Nelson, Clyde Clark Robinson, Joseph A Olsen, David Allen Nelson, Christin Laray Porter, Shenghua Jin, Susanne Olsen Roper, Peixia Wu (2000). Peer acceptance in early childhood and subtypes of socially withdrawn behavior in China, Russia, and the United States. International Journal of Behavioral Development.
  • Craig H Assoc AVP Faculty CS Hart, David Allen Nelson, Clyde Clark Robinson, Susanne Olsen Roper, Mary K. McNeilly-Choque, Christin Laray Porter, Trevor R. Mckee (2000). Russian Parenting Styles and Family Processes: Linkages with Subtypes of Victimization and Aggression. Family and Peers: Linking Two Social Worlds.