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Ladd is a Cowden Distinguished Professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and the Department of Psychology at ASU.
Levy specializes in measurement and statistical analysis. His interests include methodological investigations and applications in psychometrics and statistical modeling.
Lindstrom Johnson is an assistant professor in the T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Core scholarly themes in Martin's research include Adolescents, Peer Relationships, School Success, and Dynamical Assessment.
McDermott's research focuses on race, class and identity in the United States.
Dr. McLean investigates the complex interplay between teacher characteristics, student characteristics, and the classroom environment in determining a range of teacher and student outcomes
Cindy Faith Miller is an Assistant Research Professor at Arizona State University. Her research and service activities seek to understand and promote diversity, inclusion, and equity in educational settings.
Dr. O'Rourke is with the Measurement and Statistical Analysis (MASA) group at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
Salgado is a sociologist of race and ethnicity, specializing in group relations, immigration, and stratification.
Sandefur investigates access to civil justice from every angle, exploring how civil justice contributes to and can help reduce social inequality.
Seaton studies racial discrimination and racial identity among African American and Caribbean Black youth.
Sheehan is a trained social demographer who is interested in quantitative methods and the social determinants of health across the life course.
Spinrad's research focuses on the socio-emotional development of young children, particularly the relations of children’s self-regulation abilities to children’s social adjustment.