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Miller's research seeks to understand the development of and the consequences associated with children’s social (e.g., gender stereotypes) and academic (e.g., growth mindset) cognitions.
Pratt's research examines how early learning programs and policies support children and families with an emphasis on vulnerable families, such as those involved in the Child Welfare system.
Taylor research interests include examining contextual and relational influences on young children's social competence.
Bryce examines the role of contextual factors in children's academic success during early childhood and works to apply advanced statistical modeling techniques to salivary biomarker data.
Doyle is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Arizona and has had clinical experience in both agency and private practice settings.
Foster is the director of undergraduate programs in the Sanford school.
Greving is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Arizona and has clinical experience in both community behavioral health and private practice settings.
Bodman's current research interests include cross-cultural comparisons of parent-adolescent relationships.
Weigand's research focuses on teaching activities emphasizing child development and early intervention.
Ramirez is an academic success specialist in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.