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Linda Camras

  • Emeritus
  • ​​​PhD​       
  • Psychology
  • (773) 325-4261
  • ​​​Byrne, Room 505​​​       
PhD Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 1975
BA Psychology, University of Chicago, 1970

Major Areas of Interest
  • Social and emotional development
  • Cross cultural studies of emotional expression 
  • Cross cultural studies of parenting
  • Development of facial expressions
Representative Sample of Publications
Camras, L. A., Sun, K., Li, Y., & Wright, M. (2012). Do Chinese and American children’s interpretations of parenting moderate links between perceived parenting and child adjustment? Parenting: Science and Practice, 12(4), 306-327.
Mesman, J., Oster, H., & Camras, L. A. (2012). Parental sensitivity to infant distress:  What do discrete negative emotions have to do with it?  Attachment and Human Development, 14:4, 337-348.
Tan, T., Camras, L., Deng, H., Zhang, M. & Lu, Z. (2012). Family Stress, parenting styles, and behavioral adjustment in preschool-age adopted Chinese girls.  Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 27(1), 128-136.
Camras, L. A. (2011). Differentiation, dynamical integration, and functional emotional development. Emotion Review, 3(2), 138-146.
Tan, T. & Camras, L. (2011).  Social skills of adopted Chinese girls at home and in school:  Parent and teacher ratings.  Children and Youth Services Review, 33, 1813-1821.
Camras, L. A. & Shutter, J. (2010).  Emotional facial expressions in infancy.  Emotion Review, 2(2), 120-129.
Professional Associations

Association for Psychological Science, Fellow​​