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Robert Bradley
Professor

Bradley is a joint professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and Department of Psychology.

480-965-6439
Steve Elliott
Professor
480-965-8712
Payne Hall, Suite 308 K
Richard Fabes
Professor

Fabes' research interests include children's adjustment to school, peer relationships, gender, positive development, and the translation of research for interventions and policy.

480-965-4892
SS 131
Nilda Flores-Gonzalez
Assoc Dir & Professor

Flores-González' current research explores the effects of racialization on the ways in which Latino youth understand national belonging.

William Griffin
Professor

Griffin builds agent-based models of micro-social interaction.

Engineering Center - A Building (ECA) 1031 S. Palm Walk
Laura Hanish
Professor

Hanish studies children's peer relationships; aggression and bullying; and school-related contexts and outcomes.

480-965-8133
SS 125
Stephen Kulis
Professor

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 Sanford School.

602-496-3333
University Center (ASU Downtown) 722E
Becky Ladd
Professor

Ladd's research explores children's social development and peer relationships.

480-965-3329
COWDN 100
Gary Ladd
Professor

Ladd is a Cowden Distinguished Professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and the Department of Psychology at ASU.

480-727-6621
COWDN 129A
Roy Levy
Professor

Levy specializes in measurement and statistical analysis. His interests include methodological investigations and applications in psychometrics and statistical modeling.

480-727-9808
SS 120

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Denise Bodman
Principal Lecturer

Bodman's current research interests include cross-cultural comparisons of parent-adolescent relationships.

480-965-8335
COWDN 101
Robert Bradley
Professor

Bradley is a joint professor in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and Department of Psychology.

480-965-6439
Scott Brooks
Assoc Professor

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.

M Brougham
Instructor

M. Brougham spent more than 20 years as an Army Officer's Wife. She lived in Europe and throughout the U.S. She's been a Sun Devil from undergraduate to graduate school.

480-965-4704
Payne Hall, 308A
Crystal Bryce
Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. 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.

480-965-8016
Beverly Carlsen-Landy
Lecturer

Carlsen-Landy is dedicated to providing leadership, increasing students’ success holistically, and collaborating with administration, faculty, staff, and students in continuing to improve the university experience.

Jose Causadias
Assistant Professor

Causadias connects different methods, theories, and ideas related to culture in order to improve health and well-being.

480-727-4358
Khaerannisa Cortes
Lecturer

Cortes is a Lecturer in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at ASU.

Megan Costa
Assistant Professor

Costa is a social demographer who studies household dynamics and maternal and child health in low and middle-income countries. She specializes in longitudinal consequences of fertility and family change.

480-965-3943
Dawn DeLay
Assistant Professor

DeLay's research focus is on peer relationships. Key themes include how peer relationships impact child and adolescent adjustment and well-being.

480-965-2740

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Jose Causadias
Assistant Professor

Causadias connects different methods, theories, and ideas related to culture in order to improve health and well-being.

480-727-4358
Dawn DeLay
Assistant Professor

DeLay's research focus is on peer relationships. Key themes include how peer relationships impact child and adolescent adjustment and well-being.

480-965-2740
Steve Elliott
Professor
480-965-8712
Payne Hall, Suite 308 K
Richard Fabes
Professor

Fabes' research interests include children's adjustment to school, peer relationships, gender, positive development, and the translation of research for interventions and policy.

480-965-4892
SS 131
William Griffin
Professor

Griffin builds agent-based models of micro-social interaction.

Engineering Center - A Building (ECA) 1031 S. Palm Walk
Laura Hanish
Professor

Hanish studies children's peer relationships; aggression and bullying; and school-related contexts and outcomes.

480-965-8133
SS 125
Masumi Iida
Associate Professor

Iida’s research interests span several domains of social, health, and quantitative psychology.

480-965-3097
Justin Jager
Associate Professor

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.

480-727-9673
Manuela Jimenez Herrera
Research Assistant Professor

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.

Stephen Kulis
Professor

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 Sanford School.

602-496-3333
University Center (ASU Downtown) 722E

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