Cochran, M. M., Larner, M., Riley, D., Henderson, C. R. Jr., & Gunnarrson, L. (1990). Extending families: The social networks of parents and their children. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.
Riley, D., San Juan, R.R., Klinkner, J., Ramminger, A., with Carns, M., Burns, K., Roach, M.A., & Clark Erickson, C. (2008). Social and emotional development: Connecting science and practice in early childhood settings. Co-published by Redleaf Press (St. Paul, MN) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (Washington D.C.).
Riley, D., Carns, M., Ramminger, A Klinkner, J., and Sisco, C., with Burns, K., Roach, M.A., Clark- Erickson, C., & San Juan, R.R. (2009). Intellectual development: Connecting science and practice in early childhood settings. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
Nitzke, S., Riley, D. Ramminger, A., & Jacobs, G. (2010). Rethinking Nutrition: Connecting science and practice in early childhood settings. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
Ostergren, C., & Riley, D. (2012). Testing age-paced parenting newsletters up to age 3: Greater impact on first time parents. Journal of Extension, 50(1), article no. 1FEA9, 1-10.
Ostergren, C., Riley, D., & Wehmeier, J. (2011). ‘Better Kid Care’ program improves the quality of child care: Results of an interview study. Journal of Extension, 49(6), article no. 6FEA10, 1-8.
Roach, M.A., Kim, Y., & Riley, D. (2006). Once attained, can quality child care be maintained? Early Education and Development, 17, 553-570.
Riley, D., & Bogenschneider, K. (2006). Do we know what good parenting is? Can public policy promote it? Chapter in K. Bogenschneider (Ed.), Family policy matters: How policymaking affects families, 2nd Edition (67-84). Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum.
Riley, D., & Roach, M. (2006). Helping teachers grow: Toward theory and practice of an ‘emergent curriculum’ model of staff development. Early Childhood Education Journal, 33, 363-370.
Riley, D., Roach, M.A., Adams, D., & Edie, D. (2005). From research to policy: In search of an affordable statewide rating system for quality of child care programs. Early Education and Development, 16, 493504.
Klinkner, J., Riley, D., & Roach, M.A. (2005). Organizational climate as a tool for child care staff retention. Young Children, 60(6), 90-95.
Roach, M.A., Riley, D.A., Adams, D., & Edie, D. (2005). Evaluation of a state initiative to improve child care quality. Early Education & Development, 16, 69-84.
Riley, D., & Steinberg, J. (2004). Four popular myths about children in self-care: With implications for family life educators. Family Relations, 53, 95-101.
Hamilton, M., Roach, M., & Riley, D. (2003). Moving toward family-centered early care and education: Past, present, and a glimpse of the future. Early Childhood Education Journal, 30, 225-232.
Riley, D. (2003). Steps toward a Reflective Practice model of teacher development. Child Care Information Exchange, Serial No. 153, 14-19. Reprinted in R. Neugebauer (Ed.). (2007). Developing capable, creative teachers. Seattle: Exchange Press.
Hamilton, M., Roach, M., & Riley, D. (2003). Families as partners in centers for excellence. Child Care Information Exchange, Serial No. 151, 14-18.
Walker, S., & Riley, D. (2001). Involvement of the personal social network as a factor in parent education effectiveness. Journal of Family Relations, 50, 186-193.
Riley, D. (1997). Using local research to change 100 communities for children and families. American Psychologist, 52, 424-433.
Riley, D., Meinhardt, G., Nelson, C., Salisbury, M., & Winnett, T. (1991). How effective are age-paced newsletters for new parents? A replication and extension of earlier studies. Family Relations , 40, 247-253.
Small, S. A., & Riley, D. (1990). Toward a multidimensional assessment of work spillover into family life. Journal of Marriage and the Family. 52(1), 51-61.
Riley, D. (1990). Network influences on father involvement in childrearing. In M. Cochran, L. Larner, D. Riley, C. R. Henderson, Jr., & L. Gunnarsson (Eds.), Extending families: The social networks of parents and their children (pp. 131-153). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Cochran, M., & Riley D. (1990). The social networks of six-year-olds: Context, content, and consequence. In M. Cochran, L. Larner, D. Riley, C. R. Henderson, Jr., & L. Gunnarsson (Eds.), Extending families: The social networks of parents and their children (pp. 154-177). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Cochran, M., & Riley, D. (1988). Mother reports of children’s personal networks: Antecedents, concomitants and consequences. In Salzinger, S., Antrobus, J., & Hammer, M. (Eds.), The social networks of children, adolescents, and college students (pp. 113-147). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Riley, D., & Cochran, M. (1987). Children’s relationships with non-parental adults: Sex specific connections to early school success. Sex Roles, 17, 637-655.
Riley, D., & Eckenrode, J. (1986). Social ties: Subgroup differences in costs and benefits. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51(4), 770-778.
Riley, D., & Cochran, M. (1985). Naturally occurring childrearing advice for fathers: Utilization of the personal social network. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 47, 275-286.
Publications for the Public
Parenting the First Year: http://parenting.uwex.edu/prenatalinfants/parenting-the-first-year/
Parenting the 2nd & 3rd Years: http://parenting.uwex.edu/toddlers/parenting-the-second-and-third-years/
Parenting Future Readers: http://parenting.uwex.edu/parenting-future-readers/
Child Care Policy Research: http://sohe.wisc.edu/outreach/wccrp/publications.html
Co-Parenting after Divorce: http://blogs.ces.uwex.edu/co-parenting/
El Primer ano del Bebe: http://parenting.uwex.edu/el-primer-ano-del-bebe/
El Segundo y Tercer Ano del Nino: http://parenting.uwex.edu/el-segundo-y-tercer-ano-del-nino/
Preparacion para ser Padres: http://parenting.uwex.edu/preparacion-para-ser-padres/
La Crianza de los Futuros Lectores: http://parenting.uwex.edu/la-crianza-de-los-futuros-lectores/