Hali Kil
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Perspectives on parent discipline and child outcomes
JE Grusec, T Danyliuk, H Kil, D O’Neill
International Journal of Behavioral Development 41 (4), 465-471, 2017
English Canadians’ cultural stereotypes of ethnic minority groups: Implications of stereotype content for acculturation ideologies and immigration attitudes
H Kil, KA Noels, DIV Lascano, O Schweickart
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 70, 104-118, 2019
Mindful parenting programs in non-clinical contexts: A qualitative review of child outcomes and programs, and recommendations for future research
H Kil, R Antonacci
Journal of Child and Family Studies 29, 1887-1898, 2020
Ethnolinguistic orientation and language variation: Measuring and archiving ethnolinguistic vitality, attitudes, and identity
KA Noels, H Kil, Y Fang
Language and Linguistics Compass 8 (11), 618-628, 2014
Links among mothers’ dispositional mindfulness, stress, perspective-taking, and mother-child interactions
H Kil, JE Grusec
Mindfulness 11, 1710-1722, 2020
Mindfulness and parenting: A meta-analysis and an exploratory meta-mediation
H Kil, R Antonacci, S Shukla, A De Luca
Mindfulness 12 (11), 2593-2612, 2021
Prosocial motivation as a mediator between dispositional mindfulness and prosocial behavior
H Kil, D O'Neill, JE Grusec
Personality and Individual Differences 177, 110806, 2021
Maternal disclosure and adolescent prosocial behavior: The mediating roles of adolescent disclosure and coping
H Kil, JE Grusec, MP Chaparro
Social Development 27 (3), 652-664, 2018
Parental attributions, parenting skills, and readiness for treatment in parents of children with disruptive behavior
H Kil, J Martini, BF Andrade
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 42, 464-474, 2020
Interethnic parenting experiences in raising mixed-ethnicity children: A systematic qualitative review
H Kil, J Taing, G Mageau
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 85, 47-68, 2021
Transdiagnostic associations among parental causal locus attributions, child behavior and psychosocial treatment outcomes: A systematic review
H Kil, M Aitken, S Henry, O Hoxha, T Rodak, K Bennett, BF Andrade
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 24, 267-293, 2021
Parental attributions in ethnocultural minority, immigrant, and country of origin parents: a scoping review and call for research
H Kil, AD Singh, A Bains, T Rodak, BF Andrade
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 24 (4), 707-724, 2021
Parent dispositional mindfulness and its links to adolescent disclosure, mother-adolescent conflict, and adolescent hostile attribution bias
H Kil
University of Toronto (Canada), 2018
Mindful Parents, Mindful Children? Exploring the Role of Mindful Parenting
H Kil, E Lee, R Antonacci, JE Grusec
Parenting 23 (1), 33-51, 2023
Psychometric properties of the parent cognition scale in a clinical sample of parents of children with disruptive behavior
M Lysenko, H Kil, L Propp, BF Andrade
Behavior Therapy 52 (1), 99-109, 2021
Exploring the Moderating Role of Child Callous-Unemotional Traits on the Link Between Parental Attributions and Parenting Behaviors
D Arslan, H Kil, BF Andrade
Child & Youth Care Forum, 1-16, 2022
Balanced, positive, and negative attributions: A preliminary investigation of a novel attribution coding system and associated affect and social behavior in children with …
H Kil, L Propp, A De Luca, BF Andrade
Social Development 29 (4), 1176-1193, 2020
English Canadian stereotyping of ethnic groups: The implications of warmth and competence stereotypes for intergroup affect, behaviour and attitudes
H Kil
Suicidality risk in children and adolescents with externalizing disorders: symptoms profiles at high risk and the moderating role of dysregulated family relationships
T Levy, H Kil, RJ Schachar, L Itzhaky, BF Andrade
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 1-10, 2023
Autonomy support in disclosure and privacy maintenance regulation within romantic relationships
H Kil, MP Allen, J Taing, GA Mageau
Personal Relationships 29 (2), 305-331, 2022
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