Ruvalcaba, O., Shulze, J., Kim, A., Berzenski, S., & Otten, M., (2018). Women’s experiences in eSports: Gendered differences in peer and spectator feedback during competitive video game play. Sport and Social Issues. doi.org/10.1177/0193723518773287
Robnett, R. D., Ruvalcaba, O., Syed, M., & Chemers, M. M. (in press). Turning points in the pursuit of STEM careers: A mixed-methods analysis focusing on Women of Color. To appear in B. Polnick, B. Irby, & J. Ballenger (Eds.), Women of color in STEM: Navigating the double bind (pp. xxx-xxx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Rogoff, B., Coppens, A., Alcalá, L., Aceves-Azuara, I., López, A., Ruvalcaba, O., & Dayton, A. (2017).Noticing Learners’ Strengths through Cultural Research. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12, 876-888. doi.org/10.1177/1745691617718355
Ruvalcaba, O., Werner, L., Denner, J. (2016). Observations of pair programming: Variations in collaboration across demographic groups. ACM’s Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 47, 90-95. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2839509.2844558
Ruvalcaba, O., Rogoff, B., López, A., Correa-Chávez, M., & Gutiérrez, K. (2015). Children’s avoidance of interrupting others’ activities in requesting Help: Cultural aspects of considerateness. Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 49, 185-206.
López, A., Ruvalcaba, O., & Rogoff, B. (2014). Attentive helping as a cultural practice of Mexican-heritage families. In Y.M. Caldera & E. Lindsey (Eds.), Handbook of Mexican American children and families: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 76-91). New York, NY: Routledge.
Coppens, A. D., Silva, K. G., Ruvalcaba, O., Alcalá, L., López, A., Rogoff, B. (2014). Learning by observing and pitching in: Benefits and processes of expanding repertoires. Human Development, 57(2-3), 150-161.
Rogoff, B., Alcalá, L., Coppens, A. D., López, A., Ruvalcaba, O., & Silva, K. G. (2014) (Eds.). Learning by observing and pitching in to family and community endeavors. Guest-edited special issue of Human Development, 57(2-3). ISBN: 978-3-318-02582-8
Kafai, Y., Peppler, K., Alavez, M., & Ruvalcaba, O. (2006). Seeds of a computer culture: An archival analysis of programming artifacts from a community technology center. Proceedings published in the 2006 International Conference of the Learning Sciences. Bloomington, IN.
Ruvalcaba, O., & Rogoff, B. (2017, March). Cultural differences in children’s pair collaboration in computer programming: Fluid synchrony versus negotiating individual agendas. Presented at the bi-annual Society for Research in Child Development Meeting.
Ruvalcaba, O., & Rogoff, B. (2017, June). U.S. Mexican-heritage children’s cultural patterns of collaboration while playing a computer game. Will be presented at the Jean Piaget Society Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
Reyes, L., Ramirez, M., Torres, M., Galindo, S., & Ruvalcaba, O. (2017, May). Cultural variation between Mexican-and- European-American children’s collaboration on a computer programming activity. CSUN Psychology Research Symposium. Northridge, CA.
Reyes, L., Ramirez, M., Torres, M., Galindo, S., & Ruvalcaba, O. (2017, April) Cultural variation between Mexican-and- European-American children’s collaboration on a computer programming activity. Presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Sacramento, CA.
Cabral, P., & Ruvalcaba, O. (2017, April). Cultural variation in Latina and White-American Women’s help-seeking in university contexts. Presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Sacramento, CA.
Kim, A., Otten, M., Shulze, J., Ruvalcaba, O. The gender bias in eSports: Observations of sexual harassment in gaming chat rooms. Presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Sacramento, CA.