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|Wilder, Pamela||Human Development and Family Sciences||Pam has a wealth of experience working with children and families in various early childhood settings for over 30 years, including laboratory schools at the University of Cincinnati, Oklahoma State …|
|Varner, Fatima||Human Development and Family Sciences||Fatima Varner's major research interests include the roles of ethnicity, gender, and context on parenting, family processes, and adolescent outcomes.|
|Vangelisti, Anita||Communication Studies; Human Development and Family Sciences; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Interpersonal communication among family members and between romantic partners; the associations between communication and emotion in the context of close, personal relationships.|
|Russell, Stephen||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology; Sociology||Adolescent sexual identity Adolescent ethnic identity and family life Contexts for positive youth development Linking research on adolescent development with policy and programs|
|Robinson, Catherine||Human Development and Family Sciences||Cate Robinson has been working at the Lab School for the past three years in different classrooms with various duties. Ms. Robinson received her BS at The University of Texas at Austin in Human …|
|Neff, Lisa||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology; Psychology||Dr. Neff’s current research explores how marriages develop and change over time. Specifically, her research aims: (1) to identify the relationship processes associated with positive marital …|
|Manheimer, Jerry||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology|
|Loving, Timothy||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology; Psychology||The primary focus of The Loving Lab is to illuminate how non-marital romantic transitions affect mental and physical health. We make use of experimental, observational, longitudinal, and physiological …|
|Kitt, Karrol||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Kitt's area of interest is resource allocation by families and individuals, with particular focus on the financial well-being of families.|
|Kim, Su Yeong||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Kim studies the intersection of family and cultural contexts in shaping adolescent development. Her focus is on Latino (Mexican American) and Asian American (Chinese) families in the United …|