Brooks is the associate director of the Global Sport Institute at ASU. As a scholar, he is primarily interested in youth and sport; inequality in sport, coaching and leadership; and community based sports interventions.
Dr. Causadias connects different methods, theories, and ideas related to culture.
DeLay's research focus is on child and adolescent peer relationships. Key themes include how peer relationships impact child and adolescent adjustment and well-being.
Fabes' research interests include children's adjustment to school, peer relationships, gender, positive development, and the translation of research for interventions and policy.
Flores-González' current research explores the effects of racialization on the ways young adults understand national belonging.
Hanish studies children's peer relationships; aggression and bullying; and school-related contexts and outcomes.
Iida’s research interests span several domains of social, health, and quantitative psychology.
Jager is a developmental psychologist whose research is devoted to unpacking how complex person-context interactions across adolescence and the transition to adulthood inform substance use/abuse and mental health.
Jiménez is interested in understanding how to better improve the support provided to teachers to engage in high-quality teaching practices that effectively promote children's learning, development and wel-lbeing.
Kulis is the director of research for ASU's Global Center for Applied Health Research, co-PI for ASU's Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center, and professor of sociology in the School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Kurz has published on opportunity-to-learn (OTL), instructional coaching, alignment, accessibility, and testing accommodations.
Ladd's research explores children's social development and peer relationships.