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  • Stevie Schein, Scientist

    Dozier Lab
    University of Delaware
    850 Library Ave.
    Newark, DE 19716


    ​Stevie Schein is a Scientist with the Infant Caregiver Project, and provides supervision as part of the research team focusing on dissemination of the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC), an evidence-based intervention developed by Mary Dozier and her lab for infants who have experienced early adversity. ABC aims to improve young children's attachment and emotional, behavioral, and physiological regulation. In several randomized clinical trials, ABC has been found successful in enhancing attachment, cortisol production, emotion expression, and executive functioning. ABC is now implemented across the United States and in several international locations and is expanding to include an adaptation of ABC for toddlers.

    Dr. Schein's research interests include assessing variables related to the implementation of interventions to improve parent-child interactions and relationships in infancy, toddlerhood, and young childhood. She is also interested in both parent and child characteristics that hinder caregiving behaviors.


    Ph.D.  The University of Texas at Austin

    B.A.  Grinnell College

    Recent Publications

    Schein, S.S., & Langlois, J.H. (under review). Frequency and duration of exposure to unattractive faces influences liking.

    Schein, S.S., & Langlois, J.H. (under review). The effects of exposure to attractive and unattractive infant faces on self-reported and psychophysiological affect.

    Schein, S.S., Trujillo, L.T., & Langlois, J.L. (in press).  Attractiveness bias: A cognitive explanation.  [Invited commentary on "Explaining financial and prosocial biases in favor of attractive people: Interdisciplinary perspectives from economics, social psychology, and evolutionary psychology," by D. Maestripieri, A. Henry, & N. Nickels.] Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

    Schein, S.S., & Langlois, J.H. (2015).  Unattractive infant faces elicit negative affective reactions from adults.  Infant Behavior and Development, 38, 130-134.

    Rosengren, K.S., Miller, P.J., Gutiérrez, I.T., Chow, P.I., Schein, S.S., & Anderson, K.N. (2014).  Children's Understanding of Death: Toward a Contextualized and Integrated Account.  Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 79

    Rosengren, K.S., Schein, S.S., & Gutiérrez, I. T. (2010).  Individual differences in children's production of scale errors.  Infant Behavior and Development, 3, 309-313.

    Rosengren, K. S., Carmichael, C., Schein, S. S., Anderson, K. N., & Gutiérrez, I. T. (2009).  A method for eliciting scale errors in preschool classrooms. Infant Behavior and Development, 32, 286-290.​

    Rosengren, K. S., Gutiérrez, I. T., Anderson, K. N., & Schein, S. S. (2009).  Parental reports of children's scale errors in everyday life. Child Development, 80, 1586-1591.





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