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Dalton Miller-Jones, Ph.D., Professor, Developmental Psychology

Department of Psychology
317 Cramer Hall
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland,OR 97207-0751
phone (503) 725-5250
fax (503) 725-3904
millerjonesd@pdx.edu

Biography
Selected Publications
Classes Taught

 

Selected Publications

Miller-Jones, D. (1997). Proficiency-based admissions standards: University-high school collaboration. Journal Higher Education (Hokkaida University). Special Edition. 39-49.

Miller-Jones, D. (1990). Informal reasoning in inner-city children. In J. Voss, D. Perkins, & J. Segal (Eds.). Informal Reasoning in Education (pp. 107-130). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Miller-Jones, D. (1989). Culture and testing. In B. Rogoff (Ed.), Culture and Development. American Psychologist, 44 (2), 360-366.

Washington, V. & Miller-Jones, D. (1989). Teacher interactions with strong and weak speakers of nonstandard English during reading instruction. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 14, 280-312.

Miller-Jones, D. (1988). Black children's development: Contributions to a reformulation of the developmental paradigm. In D. Slaughter (Ed.) Black children and poverty. New Directions in Child Development, 42, 75-92. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Miller-Jones, D. & Daniel-Green, N. (1983). Developmental curriculum guide: A prekindergarten and kindergarten curriculum guide. Greenfield, MA: Pioneer Valley Press.

Miller-Jones, D. (1981). Differences in social and cognitive information processing between high and low achieving five-year old Black children. In J. McAdoo & W. Cross (Eds.), Proceedings of Fifth Conference on Empirical Research in Black Psychology. Africana Studies & Research Center, Cornell University and Institute for Urban Affairs, Howard University. Washington, DC: National Institute of Mental Health, (76-107).

Seymour, H. & Miller-Jones, D. (1981). Language and cognitive assessment of Black children. In N. Lass (Ed.), Speech and language: Advances in Basic Research and Practice. Vol. VI, New York: Academic Press. 203-263.