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    External Grants and Funding Obtained

    • Co-PI | After School Program Innovation, Reflection & Education (ASPIRE) | Virginia G. Piper Foundation, $863,021 | 2012-2017
    • Co-PI | AZ REACH: Military REACH (DoD2) | United States Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA) and Department of Defense (DoD), $500,000 | 2012-2014
    • Co-PI | CYFERnet Evaluation | USDA-NIFA, $275,500 (continuation award) | 2012-2014
    • Co-PI | Military Family Support and Training System | USDA-NIFA/DoD $1,818,182 | 2011-2014
    • Co-PI | CYFERnet Evaluation – Supplemental | USDA-NIFA, $233,000 (continuation award) | 2012-2013
    • Co-PI | Youth Engagement, Attitudes, and Knowledge (YEAK) | National 4-H Council, $23,000 | 2011-2013
    • PI | CYFERnet Clickers | USDA-NIFA, $161,553 | 2010-2012
    • Co-PI | Military REACH Supplemental | USDA-NIFA/DoD, $454,545 | 2010-2012
    • Co-PI | AZ REACH Deployment Gap Analysis | Purdue University/USDA-NIFA, $150,000 | 2010
    • Co-PI | AZ REACH Congressional Report on the Impact of Parental Deployment on Children | Maryland University/USDA-NIFA, $100,000 | 2010
    • Co-PI | Children, Youth, and Families At-Risk – Supporting Evaluation and Research Capacity Hub (CYFAR - SEARCH) | USDA-NIFA, $676,572 | 2009-2011
    • Co-PI | CYFERnet Evaluation | USDA-NIFA, $183,000 (continuation award) | 2009-2010

     

    Scholarly and Professional Publications (Selected)

     

    Wiggs, C.B., Romero, A.J., & Orduña, M. (in press). Lack of parental rules for cell phone use among low income Mexican descendent adolescents. Journal of Youth Development.  

    Romero, A., Wiggs, C.B., Valencia, C., & Bauman, S. (in press). Latina teen suicide and bullying. Submitted to Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.

    Totenhagen, C. J., Casper, D. M., Faber, K. M., Bosch, L. A., Wiggs, C. B., & Borden, L. M. (in press). Youth financial literacy: A review of key components and effective delivery methods. Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

    Hawkins, S.A., Schlomer, G., Bosch, L., Casper, D., Wiggs, C.B., Card, N., and Borden, L.M. (2012). A review of the impact of US military deployments during conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq on children’s functioning. Family Science, 3. 99-108.

    Schlomer, G. L., Hawkins, S. A., Wiggs, C.B., Bosch, L., Casper, D., Card, N. A., & Borden, L. M. (2012). Deployment and family functioning: A literature review of United States operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.  Family Science. 3. 86-98.

    Borden, L., Wiggs, C.B., Schaller, A., & Schlomer, G. (2012). Engaging youth in evaluation: Using clickers for data collection. Journal of Youth Development, 7(1), 143-147.

    Card, N. A., Bosch, L. A., Casper, D. M., Wiggs, C. B., Hawkins, S. A., Schlomer, G., & Borden, L. M. (2011).  A meta-analytic review of internalizing, externalizing, and academic adjustment among children of deployed military service members.  Journal of Family Psychology, 25, 508-520.

    Serido, J., Borden, L., Wiggs, C.B. (2011).  Breaking down potential barriers to continued program participation. Journal of Youth and Society, 1-19.

    Borden, L.M., Schlomer, G., and Wiggs, C.B. (2011). The evolving role of the youth worker. Journal of Youth Development, 6, 126-138.

    Stevens, S., Ruiz, B., Wiggs, C.B., and Shea, M. (2006). Intensive home based treatment for children and adolescents: A promising alternative to residential and hospital care. Child and Family Behavior Therapy.  4(28). 29-56.  

     

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    Scholarly Presentations

    Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (2011, April). Overt and relational victimization: A meta-analytic review of their overlap and associations with maladjustment.  In D. M. Casper & N. A. Card (charis), Forms of Victimization and Aggression: Next Steps Toward Synthesis and Advanced Understanding of Associations and Outcomes. Paper symposium accepted for presentaiton at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, QC.

    Toomey, R. B., Casper, D. M. & Card, N. A. (2011, April). Do victims distinguish between reactive and proactive functions of aggression? In J. H. Grych (chair). Sex and aggression in adolescent dating relationships: Conceptual and methodological advances. Paper symposium accepted for presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, QC.

    Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (2010, April). “We were best friends but…”: Two studies of antipathetic relationships emerging from broken friendships.  In D. M. Casper & N. A. Card (chairs), Similarities and differences in adolescent friendships and antipathetic relationships.  Paper symposium accepted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

    Casper, D. M., Curran, M. A., Bauman, S., & Ridley, C. (2010, April). The new youth epidemic": School counselor reports of prevalence and age of onset of self-harm in a nonclinical sample. Poster accepted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

    Card, N. A., & Casper, D. M. (2010, April).  How strongly are overt and relational aggression really correlated?  A meta-analytic multi-trait correlated-method model.  In M. Delgado (chair), Peer relationships in adolescence: An examination of methodological and statistical advances.  Paper symposium accepted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

    Toomey, R. B., Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (2010, April).  Overt and relational aggression among early adolescents perceived as gender atypical by their peers.  In E. A. Greytak (chair), Risks and resilience: Transgender and gender non-conforming youth in context.  Paper symposium accepted for presentation at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

    Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (2009, March). “We were best friends, but…”: Two studies  of antipathetic relationships emerging from  broken friendships.  Poster presented  at the Frances McClelland Institute Dedication and Academic Conference: Adolescence in the 21st century, Tucson, AZ.

    Scholarly Publications

    Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (2010). "We were best friends, but...": Antipathetic relationships emerging from broken friendships. Journal of Adolescent Research, 25, 499-526.

    Card, N. A., & Casper, D. M. (in press). Childhood enemies: Necessary challenges or markers of social maladjustment? Manuscript prepared by invitation for The Psychologist.

    Card, N. A., & Casper, D. M. (in press). Quantitative research synthesis. To appear in T. D. Little (Ed.), Oxford handbook of quantitative methods. Oxford University Press.

    Casper, D. M., Curran, M. A., Bauman, S., & Ridley, C. (under review). School counselor's perceptions of working with students who self-harm. School Mental Health.


     

     

     

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    Barnett, M.A., Cabeza de Baca, T., Jordan, A., Tilley, E. & Ellis, B.J. (2014). Associations among parenting support, maternal parenting efficacy, and maternal depressive symptoms. Child and Youth Care Forum, DOI: 10.1007/s10566-014-9267-9.

    Cabeza De Baca, T., Barnett, M. A., Ellis, B. J. (submitted).  The development of the child unpredictability schema: The correlates of maternal life history tradeoffs on reproductive effort. 

    Cabeza De Baca, T., & Jordan (King). A. C. (2012). To know is not to love: Cognitive and affective barriers toward the adoption of evolutionary theory. Personality and Individual Differences, 53, 681-686.

    Cabeza De Baca, T., Figueredo, A. J., & Ellis, B. J. (2012). An evolutionary analysis of variation in parental effort: Determinants and assessment. Parenting: Science and Practice, 12, 94-104.

    Cabeza De Baca, T., Figueredo, A. J., & Wahl, R. A. (submitted). Do inflammation and antioxidant defences mediate the association between women’s reproductive effort and health?

    Cabeza De Baca, T., & Figueredo, A. J. (submitted). The cognitive ecology of Mexico: climatic and socio-cultural Effects on life history strategies and general cognitive abilities.

    Cabeza De Baca, T., Sotomayor-Peterson, M., & Smith-Castro, V., & Figueredo, A. J. (2014). Contributions of matrilineal and patrilineal kin alloparental effort to the development of life history strategies and patriarchal values: A cross-cultural life history approach. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 45, 534-554. doi:10.1177/0022022113513068

    Dunkel, C. S., Cabeza De Baca, T., Woodley, M. A., & Fernandes, H. B. F. (2014). The General Factor of Personality and General Intelligence: Testing Hypotheses from Differential-K, Life History Theory, and Strategic Differentiation-Integration Effort. Personality and Individual Differences, 61-62, 13-17.

    Figueredo, A. J., Cabeza De Baca, T., & Black, C. J. (submitted). No matter where you go, there you are: The genetic foundations of temporal stability.

    Figueredo, A. J., Cabeza De Baca, T., & Woodley, M. A. (2013). The measurement of human life history strategyPersonality and Individual Differences, 55, 251-255.

    Figueredo, A. J., Garcia, R., Cabeza De Baca, T., Gable, J. C., & Weise, D. (2013). Revisiting mediation in the social and behavioral sciences. Journal of Methods and Measurement in the Social Sciences, 4, 1-19.

    King, A. C., & Cabeza De Baca, T. (2011). The stagnancy of family studies in modern academia: Resistances toward the integration of evolutionary theory. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 4, 64-74.

     Sotomayor-Peterson, M., Cabeza De Baca, T., Figueredo, A.J., & Smith-Castro, V. (2013). Coparenting, total parental effort, and life history strategy: A cross-cultural comparisonJournal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 44, 620-639.

    Woodley, M. A., Figueredo, A. J., Cabeza De Baca, T., Fernandes, H. B. F., Madison, G., Wolf, P. S. A., Black, C., & Olderbak, S. (Submitted). The genomic-level heritabilities of preparedness and plasticity in human life history: the strategic differentiation and integration of genetic transmissibilities.

     

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    PRESENTATIONS

     

    • Paschall, K., Mastergeorge, A.M., Dixon, A., Dixon, D., & Curley, D. (2014, June). Maternal Sensitivity and Toddler Engagement in a Parent-Mediated Intervention in High Risk Families. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. (Presenting Author)
    • Mastergeorge, A. M., Paschall, K., Dixon, A., & Loeb, S. (2014, June). The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
    • “Facilitating Positive Parent-Child Interactions.” 4th Annual Family Support Conference: Year of the Home Visitor. United Way and First Things First. Tucson, AZ. April 4, 2014. 50% Responsibility.
    • “Attachment: What is it and why should we care?” University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Santa Cruz County. Nogales, AZ. March 21, 2014.
    • Simple Ideas to Make Big Impacts in the Lives of New Mothers: Nurse Family Partnership Professional Development Training. South Phoenix Nurse Family Partnership, Phoenix, AZ. November 18, 2011. 50% Responsible.
    • National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Conference. Child Development Screening: What are the tools? Is there a role for Extension?  Albuquerque, NM, September 2011.  50% Responsibility.

     

    INVITED LECTURES

     

    • “The long term effects of exposure to violence in the home.” University of Arizona, Lifespan Human Development: FSHD 117. May 2014.
    • “Children in the Face of Abuse.” University of Arizona, Infancy and Childhood Development: FSHD 323. Tucson, AZ. May 6, 2014.
    • “Infant Mental Health? What is it and why should you care?” University of Arizona, Problems in Development: FSHD 427c. Tucson, AZ. December 5, 2013.
    • “Family Violence and the Children Caught in the Middle.” University of Arizona, Dynamics of Family Relations: FSHD 257. Tucson, AZ. April 4, 2013.

     

    SERVICE

    2013-2014     Elected Graduate Representative for Norton School Director Search Committee

    2013-2014     Elected Treasurer for Family Studies Student Round Table 

    2011-2012     Served as a community provider on the Central Arizona Kinship Care Coalition

    2011-2012     Service provider on the South Phoenix Preventive Health Collaborative

    2010-2012     Served on the Travis L. Williams Family Services Center Community Council

    2006             Orphanage Support Services Organization - Provided one-on-one and small group care to orphans ages 0-7 in Ecuador.

    2002-2004    Big Brothers Big Sisters - Was a Big Sister while in High School and was a youth member of the local BBBS Board in Pinal County.

    2001-2003    Community Partnership to Reduce Teen Pregnancy (CPRTP) - Youth Board member and participated in Teen Mazes in Pinal County.

    1998-2000    University of Arizona Cooperative Extension - Assisted Parent Aide by providing childcare during parenting classes and attended home visits to CPS Referred Families.

     

    HONORS AND AWARDS

     

    2013             Recipient of Graduate Student Travel Award (GPSC)

    2012-2014    Recipient of the Graduate Professional Development (formerly Cowden/Bruhn Award)

    2012             Marketing Package Award from National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Western Region Winner

    2009             Reviewer for First Things First Hearing and Vision Screening RFGA for the Pinal/Gila County Regional Council

     

    PUBLICATIONS

     

    • Mastergeorge, A., Paschall, K., Loed, S. L., & Dixon, A. (2014) The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Revise and resubmit under review in Infant Mental Health Journal.
    • Dixon, A. (Extension publication). AZ REACH. Promoting Positive-Parent Child Relationships; Research brief. Azreach.org

     

    AFFILIATIONS

     

    • Member of First Focus on Kids (FFK) Community Group
    • Member of World Association of Infant Mental Health
    • Member of Society of Research on Child Development
    • Member of National Council on Family Relations
    • Member of Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona
    • Treasures of Family Studies Student Round Table
    • National Extension Association of Family And Consumer Sciences

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    PRESENTATIONS

     

    • Paschall, K., Mastergeorge, A.M., Dixon, A., Dixon, D., & Curley, D. (2014, June). Maternal Sensitivity and Toddler Engagement in a Parent-Mediated Intervention in High Risk Families. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. (Presenting Author)
    • Mastergeorge, A. M., Paschall, K., Dixon, A., & Loeb, S. (2014, June). The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
    • “Facilitating Positive Parent-Child Interactions.” 4th Annual Family Support Conference: Year of the Home Visitor. United Way and First Things First. Tucson, AZ. April 4, 2014. 50% Responsibility.
    • “Attachment: What is it and why should we care?” University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Santa Cruz County. Nogales, AZ. March 21, 2014.
    • Simple Ideas to Make Big Impacts in the Lives of New Mothers: Nurse Family Partnership Professional Development Training. South Phoenix Nurse Family Partnership, Phoenix, AZ. November 18, 2011. 50% Responsible.
    • National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Conference. Child Development Screening: What are the tools? Is there a role for Extension?  Albuquerque, NM, September 2011.  50% Responsibility.

     

    INVITED LECTURES

     

    • “The long term effects of exposure to violence in the home.” University of Arizona, Lifespan Human Development: FSHD 117. May 2014.
    • “Children in the Face of Abuse.” University of Arizona, Infancy and Childhood Development: FSHD 323. Tucson, AZ. May 6, 2014.
    • “Infant Mental Health? What is it and why should you care?” University of Arizona, Problems in Development: FSHD 427c. Tucson, AZ. December 5, 2013.
    • “Family Violence and the Children Caught in the Middle.” University of Arizona, Dynamics of Family Relations: FSHD 257. Tucson, AZ. April 4, 2013.

     

    SERVICE

     

    2013-2014    Elected Graduate Representative for Norton School Director Search Committee

    2013-2014    Elected Treasurer for Family Studies Student Round Table

    2011-2012    Served as a community provider on the Central Arizona Kinship Care Coalition

    2011-2012    Service provider on the South Phoenix Preventive Health Collaborative

    2010-2012    Served on the Travis L. Williams Family Services Center Community Council

    2006            Orphanage Support Services Organization - Provided one-on-one and small group care to orphans ages 0-7 in Ecuador.

     

    HONORS AND AWARDS

     

    2013             Recipient of Graduate Student Travel Award (GPSC)

    2012-2014    Recipient of the Graduate Professional Development (formerly Cowden/Bruhn Award)

    2012             Marketing Package Award from National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Western Region Winner  

     

    2009             Reviewer for First Things First Hearing and Vision Screening RFGA for the Pinal/Gila County Regional Council

     

    PUBLICATIONS

     

    • Mastergeorge, A., Paschall, K., Loed, S. L., & Dixon, A. (2014) The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Revise and resubmit under review in Infant Mental Health Journal.
    • Dixon, A. (Extension publication). AZ REACH. Promoting Positive-Parent Child Relationships; Research brief. Azreach.org

     

    AFFILIATIONS

     

    • Member of First Focus on Kids (FFK) Community Group
    • Member of World Association of Infant Mental Health
    • Member of Society of Research on Child Development
    • Member of National Council on Family Relations
    • Member of Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona
    • Treasures of Family Studies Student Round Table
    • National Extension Association of Family And Consumer Sciences
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    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    Topcu, C., Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A., Bauman, S.A., & Erdur-Baker, Ö (September, 2014).  Parental monitoring of online activity among Turkish and American adolescents.  Oral presentation submitted at the biannual meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Izmir, Turkey. 

    Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A., & Bauman, S.A. (March, 2014).  From the backyard to the schoolyard; Influences of sibling aggression on peer aggression.  Poster presentation at the 2014 Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX.

    Bauman, S.A., Card, N.A., Erickson, D.H., Williams, T. (March, 2014).  Teachers and cyberbullying: Views and comparisons to students.  Paper presentation at the 2014 Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX.

    Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A. & Bauman, S.A. (2013).  Parenting in cyberspace: What parents know and what they don’t.  Poster presentation at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

    Topcu, C., Card, N.A., Bauman, S.A. & Erickson, D.H. (2013).  Self-other discrepancies in reports of cyberaggression and cybervictimization.  Paper presented at symposium at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

    Bauman, S.A., Card, N.A.Erickson, D.H., & Williams, T. (2012).  Highlights from Wave 1 Data: A Prospective Longitudinal Study of the Emergence of Cyberbullying from Childhood to Adolescence.  Presentation at COST IS0801 International Conference on Cyberbullying, Paris, France.

    Erickson, D.H. & Day, R.D. (2011).  Fathers of flourishing families.  Poster presented at the anual conference of the Pacific Sociologial Association, Seattle, WA. 

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    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

    Gonzalez, H., & Barnett, M. A. (2014). Romantic partner and biological father support: Associations with maternal distress in low-income Mexican-origin families. Family Relations, 63, 371-383.

    Romero, A. J., Gonzalez, H., & Smith, B. A. (2014). Raising resilient teens: Mexican American parents speak about discrimination. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1-13.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., Tilley, E. H., & Gonzalez, H. (2013). Global and parenting-specific social support as protective factors for the well-being of Mexican American mothers of toddlers. Family Science, 4(1), 98-109.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., Gonzalez, H. (in press). Grandmother involvement in Mexican American families: Implications for transborder relationships and maternal psychological distress. Family Issues.

     

    SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS  

    Gonzalez, H., Gonzalez, J., & Barnett, M. A. (2014). Wellbeing in families with incarcerated and uninvolved fathers. Paper to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD.

    Gonzalez, H., Gonzalez, J. M., & Barnett, M. A. (2014). Parental monitoring and children’s school and behavioral adjustment: Family structure comparisons in low-income families. Poster presented at the 2014 Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Strengthening Connections Among Child and Family Research, Policy and Practice in Alexandria, VA.

    Gonzalez, H., & Barnett, M. A. (2013). Economic stress and child wellbeing in Latino stepfamilies and biological families. Paper presented at the NCFR Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.

    Gonzalez, H., Barnett, M. A., Paschall, K., Mortensen, J. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013). Influence of biological and social father support on Mexican-American mothers' depression. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention in Honolulu, HI.

    Gonzalez. H., Mortensen, J. A., Paschall, K., Barnett, M. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013). Parenting practices: Contextual correlates of parenting styles among low-income mothers. Poster presented at the SRCD Biennial Meeting in Seattle, WA.

    Gonzalez, H., & Barnett, M. A. (2013). Coparenting, mother-child relationships, and child behavior problems in Mexican-American families with resident romantic partner social fathers. Poster presented at the SRCD Biennial Meeting in Seattle, WA.

    Gonzalez, H., & Barnett, M. A. (2012). Coparenting, parenting stress, and children’s emotional wellbeing in Mexican American families with romantic partner social fathers. Paper presented at the NCFR Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

     

    SELECTED FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

    National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship ($130,000), 2011-2014, PI.

    Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship (Honorable Mention), 2012. 

    Oklahoma State University Center for Family Resilience Post Doctoral Training Program

    Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology Workshop Travel Award ($1,000), 2014.

    Society for Research in Child Development Student Travel Award ($300), 2013. 

    The University of Arizona Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Award ($500), 2012.

    The University of Arizona Graduate Diversity Fellowship ($10,000), 2010.

     

    SELECTED PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    Society for Research in Child Development

    National Council on Family Relations

    American Association for the Advancement of Science

    American Psychological Association

    National Latina/o Psychological Association

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    ORIGINAL RESEARCH STUDIES

    - Gonzalez, J.M., Ellis, B.J., Ph.D., Embry, D.D., Ph.D., Volk, A. Ph.D., & Walsh, M.E., Ph.D. (In Progress). Meaningful Roles: Anti-Bullying School-Based Intervention. (Original Study, Co-Principal Investigator)

    - Gonzalez, J.M., Gamble, H., & Curran, M.A., Ph.D. (In Progress). Dynamics of Relational Sacrificing(Original Study, Co-Principal Investigator)

    - Gonzalez, J.M., & Kapahi, A. (In Progress). Understanding College Adjustment Among First Year Undergraduate Students. (Original Pilot Study, Principal Investigator)

     

    PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

    - Gonzalez, J.M., Gonzalez, H., Barnett, M.A., & Curran, M.A. (In progress). Fatherhood & Employment. Manuscript.

    - Ellis, B.J., Gonzalez, J.M., Volk. A, & Embry, D.D. (In Progress). The Meaningful Roles Intervention: An evolutionary approach to increasing pro-social behavior and reducing victimization in schools. Manuscript.

    - Barnett, M.A., Mortensen, J.A., Gonzalez, H., & Gonzalez, J.M. (Review & Resubmit). Cultural factors moderating links between neighborhood disadvantage and parenting and co-parenting among Mexican Origin Families. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Family Issues.

     

    SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS 

    *Papers

    - Gonzalez, J.M., Gonzalez, H., & Barnett, M.A. (2014, November). Parental School Involvement as a Protective Factor for School Success. Paper submission accepted and to be presented to NCFR 76th Annual National Conference, Baltimore, MD. November, 2014.

    - Gonzalez, H., Gonzalez J.M., & Barnett, M.A. (2014, November). Wellbeing in Families with Incarcerated and Uninvolved Fathers. Paper submission accepted and to be presented  to NCFR 76th Annual National Conference, Baltimore, MD. November, 2014.

    - Gonzalez, J.M., & Sinclair, K.O. (In Progress). Social Supports Among Youth "Coming Out." Paper

    *Posters

    - Gonzalez, J.M., Barnett, M.A., & Gonzalez, H. (Under Review). Social Support Networks Among Low-Income Families During Middle Childhood. Poster submission to SRCD 2014 Special Topics Meeting, San Diego, CA. November, 2014.

    - Gonzalez, H., Gonzalez J.M., & Barnett, M. A. (Under Review). Parenting Beliefs, Barriers, and Practices: An assessment of the pedagogical Dimensions of Low-Income Fathers' Parenting Practices. Poster submission to SRCD 2014 Special Topics Meeting, San Diego, CA. November, 2014.

    - Barnett, M. A., Gonzalez, H., & Gonzalez, J.M. (Under Review). Culturally-informed buffers of risks to supportive parenting for Meixcan origin mothers. Poster submission to SRCD 2014 Special Topics Meeting, San Diego, CA. November, 2014.

    - Gonzalez, H., Gonzalez, J.M., & Barnett, M.A. (2014, April). Parental Monitoring and Children’s School and Behavioral Adjustment: Family Structure Comparisons in Low-Income Families. Poster submission accepted to SRCD 2014 Special Topics Meeting, Alexandria, VA, April, 2014.

     

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    *Instruction Appointments

    - Co-Instructor (Division of Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona) FSHD 117OL: Lifespan Human Development, Summer 2012 Pre-Session

    *Graduate Teaching Assistantships

    - Teaching Assistant  (Division of Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona) Advanced Family Relationships, FSHD 487, Instructor: Dr. Melissa Curran, Fall 2014

    - Teaching Assistant  (Division of Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona) Dynamics of Family Relationships, FSHD 257, Instructor: Dr. Ana Lucero-Liu, Spring 2014 Overall Student Evaluation: 4.56 out of 5.00

    - Teaching Assistant  (Division of Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona) Sociocultural Context of Development, FSHD 447a, Instructor: Dr. James Hunt, Fall 2013 Overall Student Evaluation: 4.57 out of 5.00

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    - Behavioral Health Technician                                                       (Zarephath Preventative Services) 2014-Present

    Assist enhancing children and youth independent living skills (pro-social behavior, personal hygiene, and day-to-day living tasks) while promoting economic and social self-sufficiency in group and in the community.

    - Academic Tutor    (CATS Academic Department, Student Learning Services, University of Arizona) 2014-Present                                                                                                                              

    RNR 170C1:Our Place in Nature: Biology and the Environment

    EDP/FSHD/PSY 200: Evolution and Human Development                                                  

                      

    FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS & HONORS

    - University of Arizona - Graduate Access Fellowship ($10,000), 2013-2014

    - University of Arizona - Ruth R. Cowden Scholarship  ($3,408), 2013

    - University of Arizona - Summer Research Institute Fellowship ($5,000), 2013

    - Society for Research in Child Development - Frances Degan Horowitz Millenium Scholar, 2013

     

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

    - Arizona Evaluation Network (AZENet)

    - Society for Research in Child Development

    - National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)

    - National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

     

    FAMILY STUDIES LAB AFFILIATIONS

    - Joint Ventures Child Development Lab - Advisors: Ann Mastergeorge, PhD & Melissa Barnett, PhD

    - Evolutionary Development Lab - Advisor: Bruce J. Ellis, PhD

    - Evaluation Group and Development - Advisor: Lee Sechrest, PhD

    - Mind-Body Medicine Lab - Advisor: Chuck Raison, PhD

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    Stephen Russell

     

    Travel Grants

    Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Award ($500), 2013

    FSHD Travel Award ($100), 2013

    Scholarly Publications

    Peer-Reviewed Chapters in Edited Books

    Russell, S., Munley, J. Pollitt, A. (in press). The school environment for LGBTQ youth. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

    Manuscripts in Preparation

    Hoenig, J. M., Sinclair, K.O. (in progress) Differential and gendered associations between race-based harassment and academic and psychosocial outcomes for racial/ethnic minority students. 

    Presentations

    Hoenig, J. M., Snapp, S. D., Russell, S. T. (Submitted) Sexual Orientation, Race, and Gender Disparities in Discipline:The School to Prison Pipeline and Sexual Minority Youth. Paper submitted for the Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, TX, March 2014.

    Snapp, S. D., Hoenig, J. M., Fields, A., Russell, S. T. (Submitted) Messy, Butch, and Queer: Narratives of the School-to-Prison Pipeline. Paper submitted for the Biennail Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, TX, March 2014.

     

    Teaching Experience

    Instructor:   Adolescence, FSHD 377 (2013)

     

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    2013

    Publications:

    Hanusch K., Janssen C., Billheimer D., Jenkins I., Spurgeon E., Lowry C., Raison L. (2013). Whole Body Hyperthermia (WBH) for the Treatment of Major Depression: Associations with Thermoregulatory Cooling. Am J Psychiatry 2013;170:802-804

    Conference Presentations & Conference Attendance:

    HBES (Human Behavior and Evolution) Conference 2013, Miami Beach
    Janssen C., Anton T. My Microbes are Depressing: A Meta-Analysis

    Frontiers in Biomedical Research Poster Forum, College of Medicine, University of Arizona 2013
    Janssen C., Anton T. My Microbes are Depressing: A Meta-Analysis

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    Graduate Access Fellowship ($10,000), 2013

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    Noel Card

    National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow (2012-2015)

    http://www.ag.arizona.edu/fcs/node/1082

    Emerging Scholars Nominations Committee Representative, Society for Research on Adolescence (2014-2018)

    http://www.s-r-a.org/membership/emerging-scholars

    Recent Presentations:

    Meter, D. J., Card, N. A. & Ramirez, A. N. (March 2014). Betweenness centrality and bystander intervention: How network position can help predict enacted defending of victimized peers. Poster presented at the 15th Society for Research on Adolescence Meeting, Austin, TX.

    Meter, D. J. & Card, N. A. (March, 2014). Does Received Defending Decrease the Impact of Peer Victimization? In D. Casper (Chair), Moving Beyond Participant Roles in Bullying to Explore Overt, Relational, and Social Participation and Associated Outcomes. Paper presented at the 15th Society for Research on Adolescence Meeting, Austin, TX.

    Meter, D. J., Card, N. A., & Ramirez, A. N. (April 2013). Benefits of Defending: The Longitudinal Relations Between Being Liked, Defending Victimized Peers, and Own Victimization. In D. Meter (Chair), Individual and Contextual Predictors and Consequences of Defending Victimized Peers. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle.

    Ramirez, A. N., Card, N. A., & Meter, D. J. (April 2013). How Frequency of Extracurricular Activity Participation Impacts Aggression and Victimization Levels. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle.

    Meter, D. J., Casper, D. M., & Card, N. A. (March 2012). Friendship quality as a moderator of friend influence on relational and overt aggression. Poster presented at the 14th Society for Research on Adolescence Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

    Teaching Experience:

    The University of Arizona

    • Co-Instructor: Adolescence (2014)
    • Co-Instructor: Life Span Human Development Summer (2012, 2013)

     

    The University of North Carolina Asheville, North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement       

    • Co-Instructor: The Search for Meaning (2007)
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    Melissa Barnett

    Doris Duke Dissertation Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being: 

    Funding awarded from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago to support dissertation research for two years. 

    Project title: The Protective Role of the Caregiving Relationship in Child Care for Infants and Toddlers from High Risk Families

    The goal of this dissertation is to provide theoretical and empirical evidence that caregiving experiences in child care promote children’s emotion regulation and serve as a protective factor for infants and toddlers experiencing negative parenting behaviors, high rates of physical and verbal punishment, and dysfunctional parent-child interactions at home. Additionally, this dissertation will explore children’s differential susceptibility to home and child care caregiving experiences. Secondary data analyses will be conducted with the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project (EHSRE), a longitudinal evaluation of EHS participating and EHS eligible families. The present analyses will be conducted with the subsample of families who participated in center-based child care, utilizing longitudinal data from 14-month, 24-month, 36-month (child age) time points.

    Chapin Hall profile: http://www.chapinhall.org/fellowships/fellows/jennifer-mortensen 

     

    Current Projects: 

    Mortensen, J. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. A meta-analytic review of relationship-based parenting interventions for high-risk families: Facilitating supportive parent-child interactions.  

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. Risk and protective factors, parenting stress, and harsh parenting in Mexican origin mothers with toddlers.  

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. Teacher-child relationships in child care and young children’s self-regulatory and socioemotional development. 

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. Mexican mothers’ perceptions of neighborhood danger.  

    Paschall, K., Gonzalez, H. & Mortensen, J. A., Barnett, M. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M.  Socioemotional development of Early Head Start children in pre-kindergarten: Child sex and negative emotionality as moderators of parenting profiles and children’s classroom adjustment.  

     

    Scholarly Publications:

    Barnett, M.A., Mortensen, J.A., Tilley, E. & Gonzalez, H.  (2013).  Global and parenting specific social support as protective factors for the wellbeing of Mexican American mothers of toddlers.  Family Science.

    Mortensen, J. A., & Burnham, M. M. (2012). Preschool children’s understanding of the graphic features of writing. Child Studies in Diverse Contexts, 2(1), 45-60.

    Reisig, J. A., & Miller, M. K. (2009). How the social construction of “child abuse” affects immigrant parents: Policy changes that protect children and families. International Journal of Social Inquiry, 2, 17-37. 

     

    Conference Presentations:

    Paper Presentations

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. (upcoming). Mexican mothers’ perceptions of neighborhood danger: Pathways of risk.  Paper submitted for presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, San Antonio, TX, November 2013.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., & Gonzalez, H. (2013). Grandmother involvement, psychological distress and parenting in Mexican origin families.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, HI, July 2013.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., & Gonzalez, H. (2013). Resilience Among Low-Income and Ethnic Minority Mothers: The Roles of Self-Regulation, Beliefs, and Cognitive Functioning.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, WA, April 2013.

    Mortensen, J.A., Barnett, M.A., & Calcagni, J. (2012). The role of family relationships in reducing parenting stress and negative parenting behaviors in Mexican American mothers of toddlers.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., Gonzalez, H. & Tilley, E.  (2012). Grandparent involvement in Mexican American families with toddlers.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

    Barnett, M. A., Mortensen, J. A., & Tilley, E. (2011). Social support as a resource for Mexican-American mothers of toddlers.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL., November, 2011. 

    Poster Presentations

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. (2013). Caregiving experiences in child care: Global and individual measures of teacher-child interactions.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, HI, July 2013.

    Mortensen, J.A. & Mastergeorge, A.M. (2013).  A meta-analytic review of relationship-based interventions for high-risk families: Changing positive parent-child interactions. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, WA, April 2013.

    Paschall, K., Gonzalez, H., Mortensen, J.A., Mastergeorge, A.M., Barnett, M.B. (2013). Predicting pre-kindergarten social competence and emotion regulation from maternal interaction styles at 36 months. Poster submitted to the Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, WA, April 2013.

    Gonzalez, H., Paschall, K., Mortensen, J. A., Barnett, M. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013). Parenting practices: Contextual correlates of parenting styles among low-income mothers. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, WA, April 2013. 

    Mortensen, J. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2012). A meta-analytic review of relationship-based parenting interventions. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

    Mortensen, J. A., Calcagni, J., & Barnett, M. A. (2012). Mexican-American mothers’ romantic relationship quality and toddlers’ social competence and behavior problems: The role of nurturing parenting and child gender. Poster presented at Head Start’s National Research Conference, Washington DC. June 2012.

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. (2012). Contextual instability and the influence of parenting behaviors on the developmental outcomes of Mexican-American toddlers.  Poster presented at Head Start’s National Research Conference, Washington DC. June 2012.

    Mortensen, J. A., & Barnett, M. A. (2011). Contextual instability and the parenting of Mexican Mothers with toddlers.  Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL., November, 2011. 

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    Stephen Russell
     
     
    Journal Articles, Published
     
    Muraco, J. A. & Curran, M. A. (2012). Associations between marital meaning and reasons to delay marriage for young adults in romantic relationships. Marriage & Family Review, 48(3), 227-247.
     
    Curran, M. A., Utley, E. A., & Muraco, J. A. (2010)An exploratory study of the meaning of marriage for African Americans. Marriage & Family Review, 46(5), 346-365.
     
     
    Journal Articles, In Preparation
     
    Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., Curran, M. A., and Butler, E. A. (In Preparation). Daily public displays of affection, relationship satisfaction, and minority stress for same-sex couples. [Completed Dissertation]
     
    Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., Curran, M. A., and Butler, E. A. (In Preparation). Daily examination of minority stress on physical health and well-being for same-sex couples. [Completed Dissertation]
     
    Muraco, J. A., Totenhagen, C. J., & Curran, M. A. (In Preparation). A dyadic approach to liking and doing the same things: Daily joint activities, preferences, and relationship satisfaction.
     
    Serido, J., Pollitt, A. M., Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., & Conger, K. J. (In Preparation). Financial stress and alcohol behaviors during young adulthood: Does an account with the bank of mom and dad help or hurt? Manuscript to be submitted to the Journal of Marriage and Family.
     
     
    Book Chapters
     
    Russell, S. T. & Muraco, J. A. (2013). The use of national datasets to study LGBT-parent families: Challenges, advantages, and opportunities. In A. E. Goldbert & K. R. Allen (Eds.), LGBT-Parent Families: Possibilities for New Research and Implications for Practice. Springer.
     
    Russell, S. T., Van Campen, K. S., & Muraco, J. A. (2012). Sexuality development in adolescence. In J. DeLamater & L. Carpenter (Eds.), Sex for Life: From Virginity to Viagra, How Sexuality Changes Throughout Our Lives. New York University Press.
     
    Russell, S. T., Watson, R. J., & Muraco, J. A. (2011). The development of same-sex intimate relationships during adolescence. In B. Laursen & A. W. Collins (Eds.), Relationships Pathways: From Adolescence to Young Adulthood. Sage Press.
     
     
    Outreach Publications
     
    Muraco, J. A.  (2013). LGBT adolescents and dating violence. (Wingspan). Tucson, AZ.
     
    Muraco, J. A. & Koerner, S. S. (2013). How caregiving impacts the caregiver: Influences in the caregiving of elderly family members. (Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families ResearchLink, Vol. 5, No. 1). Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona.
     

    Muraco, J. A. & Raison, C. L. (2012). Compassion training as a pathway to lifelong health and wellbeing (Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families ResearchLink, Vol. 4, No. 3). Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona.  

    Muraco, J. A. & Russell, S. T. (2012). How school bullying impacts lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) young adults. (Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families ResearchLink, Vol. 4, No. 1). Tucson, AZ; The University of Arizona.

    Van Campen, K. S., Muraco, J. A., & Curran, M. A. (2011). What do relationships of expectant cohabitors look like? (Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families ResearchLink, Vol. 3, No. 1). Tucson, AZ; The University of Arizona.
     
     
    Scholarly Presentations
     
    Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., Curran, M. A., & Butler, E. A. (November, 2014). Minority Stress and Public Displays of Affection in Gay and Lesbian Couples. Paper to be presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD. 
     
    Pollitt, A. M., Muraco, J. A., Chan, S. Y. S., Reeb, B. T., Waechter-McMillan, M., Hollis, N. D., Conger, K. J., Russell, S. T., & Serido, J. (November, 2014). Family and finance: Important context in understanding alcohol use in emerging adults. Poster to be presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD. 
     
    Muraco, J. A., Totenhagen, C. J., & Curran, M. A. (November, 2013). Liking and doing the same things: Joint activities, preferences, and relationship satisfaction. Poster symposium presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, San Antonio, TX.
     
    Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., Curran, M. A., & Li, G. (November, 2013). Conceptual matters: An examination of sexual orientation conceptualized four ways. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, San Antonio, TX. 
     
    Muraco, J. A., Russell, S. T., & Curran, M. A. (November, 2012). How past relationships influence LGB young adult’s relationship quality. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ.
     
    Russell, S. T., & Muraco, J. A. (November, 2011). The use of representative datasets to study LGBT-parent families. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL.
     
    Russell, S. T., Muraco, J. A., & Curran, M. A. (October, 2011). The affect of same-sex marriage discussion at school on school safety as associated with frequency and supportiveness of discussion, sexual orientation, and current ballot initiatives. Poster presented at the International Association for Relationship Research Mini-Conference, Tucson, AZ.
     
    Muraco, J. A. & Curran, M. A. (November, 2009). Marital meaning and reasons for lack of marriage. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, San Francisco, CA.
     
     
     
     
     
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    Ann Mastergeorge
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    Ann Mastergeorge

    Doris Duke Dissertation Fellowship for the Promotion of Child Well-Being: 

    Funding awarded from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago to support dissertation research for two years. 

    Academic Mentor: Dr. Ann Mastergeorge, Associate Professor
    Policy Mentor: Naomi Karp, Director of Early Childhood Professional Development, The United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona

    Dissertation title: Risk & Resilience Low-Income Families: Linking Contextual Risks, Parenting Style, Child Socioemotional Development and Maltreatment.

    The aim of my dissertation is to examine trajectories of parenting styles across early childhood among low-income families, and then evaluate mechanisms of risk and resilience, including enrollment in Early Head Start, that promote children’s socioemotional development and risk for child maltreatment. This dissertation research utilizes secondary data analyses of Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project (EHSRE), a longitudinal impact study of EHS-eligible and EHS-enrolled families. Presently, I am preparing the data for the first analysis: predicting membership in particularly classes or styles of parenting across time based upon sociodemographic characteristics, previous class membership and enrollment in Early Head Start. 

    Publications

    Mastergeorge, A. M., Paschall, K., Loeb, S.R., Dixon, A. (2014). The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Infant Behavior and Development, 37(3), 387-397.  

    Paschall, K. & Mastergeorge, A. M. (Under review). A Systematic review of bidirectionality in early parent-child relationships: Understanding mechanisms of influence.

    Paschall, K. & Mastergeorge, A.M. (Under review). Integrating prevention and bidirectionality in the family stress model: Evidence from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project.

    Mastergeorge, A.M., Paschall, K. Dixon, D., Martinez, C.L., Mills, A., Heffern, J. (Under review). A first look at the Preschool Strengthening Families Program in Arizona. 

    Paschall, K., Mortensen, J., Gonzalez, H., Barnett, M. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (Under review). Children’s negative emotionality as a moderator of parenting styles on classroom adjustment in a low-income sample.

    Mastergeorge, A.M., Paschall, K. , Hornstein, J., Ayoub, C., Swartz, M., & Singer, J. (2013). Positive parent-child relationships. The Office of Head Start National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement. Available at: http:// eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/family/docs/parent-child relationships.pdf

    Mastergeorge, A.M., Paschall, K. & Sparrow, J. (2013). Families as lifelong educators. The Office of Head Start National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement. Available at: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/family/docs/rtp-series- families-as-lifelong-educators.pdf

    Select Conference Presentations

    Paschall, K., Mastergeorge, A.M. (2014, July). Bidirectionality in Early Relationships: The Influence of Supportive and Negative Parenting in Parent-Child Interactions. Poster presented at the Head Start Research Conference, Washington, D.C.

    Paschall, K., Mastergeorge, A.M., Dixon, A., Dixon, D., & Curley, D. (2014, June). Maternal Sensitivity and Toddler Engagement in a Parent-Mediated Intervention in High Risk Families. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    Mastergeorge, A. M., Paschall, K., Dixon, A., & Loeb, S. (2014, June). The Still-Face Paradigm and Bidirectionality: Associations with Maternal Sensitivity, Self-Esteem and Infant Emotional Reactivity. Poster presented at the World Association on Infant Mental Health World Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    Paschall, K., Mortensen, J., Gonzalez, H., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013, July). Early Head Start's Moderating Influence on Bidirectionality in Parent-Child Relationships. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, HI.

    Paschall, K., Mortensen, J., Gonzalez, H., Barnett, M. A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013, July). Parenting Style, Gender and Teacher-Child Relationships: A Cluster Analysis Approach. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, HI.

    Paschall, K., Gonzalez, H., Mortensen, J., Barnett, M.A., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (2013, April). Predicting Pre-Kindergarten Social Competence and Emotion Regulation from Maternal Interaction Styles at 36 Months. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

    Paschall, K., & Mastergeorge, A. M. (October, 2012). An Analysis of Parenting Stress and Positive Parenting Behaviors in At-risk Mothers:  A Parent-Mediated Intervention. In M.A. Barnett & A. M. Mastergeorge (Chairs), Parenting Stress Predictors and Implications in Mexican American Families. Symposium conducted at the National Council on Family Relations Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

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    Russell, S., Pollitt, A. (2013). A positive view of LGBTQ. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 5, 239-242.

    Russell, S., Munley, J. Pollitt, A.(in press). The school environment for LGBTQ youth. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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    Noel Card, PhD

     

    Ramirez, A.N., Card, N.A., & Hodges, E.V.E. (2013, April). Directional patterns of aggression in multi ethnic classrooms. Symposium paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, Washington.

    Ramirez, A.N., Card, N.A., & Meter, D.M. (2013, April). How frequency of extracurricular activity participation impacts aggression and victimization levels. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Child Development, Seattle, Washington.

    Ramirez, A.N. (2013, February). Policy and Research Links: Immigration Reform [Web log comment]. Retrieved from http://s-r-a.org/announcements/blog/2013-02-27-policy-and-research-links-immigration-reform

    Ramirez, A.N. (2013, January). Applied Work with Ethnic Minorities [Web log comment]. Retrieved from http://www.s-r-a.org/announcements/blog/2013-01-29-applied-work-ethnic-minorities

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    Emily Butler

     

    SCHOLARLY AWARDS & HONORS: 

    • P.E.O. Scholar Award ($15,000), 2014 – 2015
    • Outstanding Research Assistant, Honorable Mention, Graduate and Professional Student Council, UA, 2014
    • American Psychological Association of Graduate Students: Basic Psychological Science Research Grant ($1,000), 2014
    • American Psychological Association: Science Directorate’s Dissertation Research Award ($1,000), 2013
    • Graduate and Professional Student Council: Research Grant ($1,000), UA, 2013
    • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ PhD Level Meritorious Graduate Teaching Award, UA, 2012 

     

    PUBLICATIONS:

    # Denotes work done by Reed as an undergraduate 

    Reed, R. G., Barnard, K., & Butler, E. A. (in press). Distinguishing emotional co-regulation from co-dysregulation: An investigation of emotional dynamics and body-weight in romantic couples. Emotion.

    Reed. R. G., Butler, E. A., & Kenny, D. A. (2013). Dyadic models for the study of health. Social and Personality Psychology Compass7(4), 228-245.

    Reed, R. G., Randall, A. K., Post, J. H., & Butler, E. A. (2013). Partner influence and in-phase versus anti-phase physiological linkage in romantic couples. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 88(3), 309-316.  

    Randall, A. K., Post, J. H., Reed, R. G., & Butler, E. A. (2013). Cooperating with your romantic partner: Associations with interpersonal emotion coordination. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 30(8), 1072-1095. 

    Hongu, N., Orr, B. J., Roe, D. J., #Reed, R. G., & Going, S. B. (2013). Global positioning system (GPS) watches for estimating energy expenditure. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(11), 3216-3220. 

    SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS:

    Reed, R. G., Butler, E. A, & Weihs, K. L. (2014, March). Examination of instability in perceived stress over time as predictive of physical well-being in women with breast cancer. Poster presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 

    Butler, E. A., Guan, J., Reed, R. G., & Barnard, K. (2014, March). Computational Temporal Interpersonal Emotion Systems (CompTIES). Poster presented at the Society for Affective Science at the Inaugural Conference, Washington, D.C. 

    Guan, J., Simek, K., Brau, E., Reed, R. G., Morrison, C. Butler, E. A., Barnard, K. (2014). Bayesian statistical modeling of Temporal Interpersonal Emotion Systems (TIES). Poster presented at the Dynamical Systems and Computational Modeling in Social Psychology Pre-Conference. Society for Personality and Social Psychology 15th Annual Scientific Meeting, Austin, TX. 

    Reed, R. G., Barnard, K., & Butler, E. A.  (2013, March). Volatile interpersonal emotion dynamics in mixed-weight couples. Poster presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 71st Annual Scientific Meeting, Miami, FL.

    Reed, R. G., & Butler, E. A.  (2012, Oct). Emotion regulation and patterns of physiological linkage in couples. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations 74th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.  

     Reed, R. G., Randall, A. K., Corkery, S. A., Young, V. J., Post, J. H., & Butler, E. A. (2012, Jan). Partner effects of relational communication, relationship quality, and emotion regulation on autonomic physiology. Poster presented at the 2012 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Butler, E. A., & Reed, R. G. (2011, Nov). Emotion regulation and in-phase versus anti-phase synchrony of sympathetic arousal. Symposia presented at the Society of Psychophysiology Research, Boston, MA.

    RELATED LINKS

    Health & Interpersonal Systems (HIS) Group 

    Dr. Charles Raison Lab, Department of Psychiatry 

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    Honors/Awards

    National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (2014-2017) $32,000.00, annually.

    Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (2014). Honorable Mention.

    GPSC Travel Grant Award (2013). $500.00

    FSHD Travel Grant (2013). $200.00

    Graduate Access Fellowship (2013-2014). $10,000.00

     

     

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    Fellowships, Awards, and Grants

    EARA/SRA Summer School; Utrecht, Netherlands ($4850), 2014
    Jacobs Foundation Grant; Izmir, Turkey ($995), 2014
    Interdisciplinary Development Achievement Award ($100), 2014
    National Science Foundation Graduate Research Worldwide Fellowship ($14,560), 2014
    National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship ($130,000), 2011-2014
    University of Arizona Diversity Fellowship ($10,000), 2012
     

    Recent Publications

    Watson, R.J., & Russell, S.T. (revise & resubmit, Journal of Research on Adolescence). Disengaged or bookworm: Academics, mental health, and success for sexual minority youth.

    Watson, R.J., Wheldon, C.W. & Russell, S.T. (revise & resubmit, Journal of LGBT Youth). How does sexual identity disclosure impact school experiences?

    Watson, R.J., Barnett, M.A., & Russell, S.T. (under review, Youth & Society). Parents of sexual minorities: Support matters for educational success.

    Wheldon, C.W., Watson, R.J., Buhi, E.R. (under review, Annals of Behavioral Medicine). Sexual orientation and co-occurring psychosocial health problems among male college students in the United States.

    Snapp, S., Watson, R.J., Russell, S.T., & Ryan, C. (under review, Family Relations). Family acceptance and healthy adjustment of  LGB young adults.

    Presentations

    2014

    Watson, R.J., Wichstrøm, L., Russell, S.T. (September). Comparing sexual minorities across cultures: Norway and the United States. Paper accepted at the biannual meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Izmir, Turkey.

    Watson, R.J., Wichstrøm, L., Russell, S.T. (September). Social support’s impact on depression for sexual minorities in Norway. Paper accepted at the biannual meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Izmir, Turkey.

    Watson, R.J., Russell, S.T., Grossman, A.H. (May). Social support and self-esteem amongst sexual minority youth. Paper presented at Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.

    Watson, R.J., Grossman, A.H. Russell, S.T. (March). Sources of social support and their impact on depression for sexual minority youth. Poster presented at the biannual meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, Texas.

    2013

    Watson, R.J., & Russell, S.T. (April). The importance of academic engagement for non- heterosexual youth’s psychosocial outcomes. Paper presented at the biannual meeting of the Society of Research on Child Development, Seattle, Washington. Discussant: Dr. Lisa Diamond.

    Watson, R.J., Grossman, A. H. & Russell, S.T. (April). The impact of different forms of victimization on self-mutilation behaviors and the role of protective factors for LGBT youthPoster presented at the Society of Research on Child Development, Seattle, Washington.     

    2012

    Watson, R.J., & Russell, S.T. (August). The impact of interpersonal relationships on educational outcomes for sexual minority youth. Symposium chair and paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Spetses, Greece.

    Watson, R.J., Licona, A., & Russell, S.T. (May). The prevalence and implications of bullying in Tucson schools for youth. Paper presented at the New Directions Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Watson, R.J., Sinclair, K.O., & Russell, S.T. (March). The effects of being out on academic achievement. Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, Canada.

    Teaching Experience

    Instructor: Close Relationships (in-person, Spring); FSHD 450 (2015)
    Co-Instructor: Human Sexuality and Relationships (online, Summer); FSHD 450 (2014)
    Instructor: Human Sexuality and Relationships (online, Summer)Overall Effectiveness: 4.8/5.0 (2013)
    Co-Instructor: Human Sexuality and Relationships (online, Summer)Overall Effectiveness: 4.3/5.0 (2012)
    Co-Instructor: Human Sexuality and Relationships (online, Summer); Overall Effectiveness: 4.6/5.0 (2011)


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