Loera, G., Rueda, R., & Nakamoto, J. (in press). The association between parental involvement in reading and schooling and children’s reading engagement in Latino families. Literacy Research and Instruction.
Andreeva VA, Yaroch AL, Unger JB, Cockburn MG, Rueda R, Reynolds KD. (in press). Moderated mediation regarding the sun-safe behaviors of U.S. Latinos: advancing the theory and evidence for acculturation-focused research and interventions. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.
Quirk, M., Unrau, N., Ragusa, G., Rueda, R., Lim, H., Bowers, E., Velasco, A., Fujii, K., Nemerouf, A., & Loera, G. (2010). Teacher Beliefs about Reading Motivation and Their Enactment in Classrooms: The Development of a Survey Questionnaire. Reading Psychology, 31(93-120). doi: 10.1080/02702710902754051.
Hayes, K., Rueda, R., & Chilton, S. (2009). Scaffolding language, literacy, and academic content in English and Spanish: The linguistic highway from Mesoamerica to Southern California. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 8(2), 137-166.
Monzo, L., & Rueda, R. (2009). Passing as English fluent: Latino immigrant children masking language proficiency. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 40(1), 20-40.
Payne, S., Rueda, R., & Dembo, M. (2008). Comparing the motivational profiles of High-Ability-Low-Performing (HALP) students and High-Ability-High-Performing (HAHP) students. Middle Grades Research Journal, 3(2), 23-50.
Rueda, R., Lin, H.J., & Velasco, A. (2007). Cultural accommodations in the classroom: An instructional perspective. Multiple Voices, 10(1 & 2), 61-72.
Bensimon, E., Rueda, R., Dowd, A.C., & Harris, F. (2007). Accountability, equity, and practitioner learning and change. Metropolitan Universities, 18(3), 28-45.
Rueda, R., & Goldenberg, C.
(2007). What’s new in the research world? A focus on English Learners. The