Janelle J. Montroy
Department of Pediatrics
The University of Texas Health Science Center
United States of America
Dr. Janelle J. Montroy is currently working as a Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical School , United States of America. His research interests includes self-regulation. she is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Janelle J. Montroy is the of many international affiliations. She has successfully completed his responsibilities. she has authored of many research articles/books related to self-regulation.
Dr. Montroy’s research reflects a combined focus on early academic and school readiness skills, such as self-regulation, as well as the improvement of the assessment of these skills. One prominent theme in her research is the recognition that the process through which children attend to and remember information as well as inhibit inappropriate responses (as measured via assessments of children’s self-regulation) affects their ability to access and ultimately learn new academic skills. In addition to her interest in the development of children’s early school readiness skills, she is also interested in improving the measurement of these skills by evaluating and improving current measures through Rasch and IRT measurement techniques.
Montroy JJ, Bowles RP, Skibbe LE, Foster TD. Social skills and problem behaviors as mediators of the relationship between behavioral self-regulation and academic achievement. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 2014;29(3):298–309.
Merz EC, Landry SH, Montroy JJ, Williams JM. Bidirectional Associations Between Parental Responsiveness and Executive Function During Early Childhood. Social Development. 2016 Jul 22;26(3):591–609.
Hubbard NA, Hutchison JL, Turner M, Montroy J, Bowles RP, Rypma B. Depressive thoughts limit working memory capacity in dysphoria. Cognition and Emotion. 2015 Jan 6;30(2):193–209.