Glidden, L. M. (Ed.). (2021). American Psychological Association Handbook of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Washington, D.C.: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Consisting of 2 volumes, this 2021 Handbook contains 38 chapters and was in process from its inception in late 2016 to its publication at the very beginning of 2021. Distinguished Professor Emerita Laraine Masters Glidden, faculty member in psychology and human development from 1976 to her retirement in 2012, oversaw its development. She selected three associate editors, and together they developed the table of contents and invited authors who were experts in their respective subfields of developmental disabilities.
Read the full press release at https://inside.smcm.edu/news/2021/01/distinguished-professor-emerita-laraine-masters-glidden-editor-chief-two-volume-apa
Read the handbook overview and table of contents here.
Glidden and her decades-long parenting research are featured in the Fall 2020 edition of The Mulberry Tree. The article that starts on page 13 mentions Glidden’s work on the Handbook and numerous other publications and presentations. It also highlights a number of psychology program alumni who collaborated with Glidden on some of those works.