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Sarah Lindstrom Johnson
Assistant Professor

Lindstrom Johnson is an assistant professor in the T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics.

480-965-9975
PO Box 873701
Holly O'Rourke
Assistant Professor

Dr. O'Rourke is with the Measurement and Statistical Analysis (MASA) group at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.

480-965-1415
Casandra Salgado
Asst Professor

Salgado is a sociologist of race and ethnicity, specializing in group relations, immigration, and stratification.

Connor Sheehan
Asst Professor

Sheehan is a trained social demographer who is interested in quantitative methods and the social determinants of health across the life course.

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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
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson
Assistant Professor

Lindstrom Johnson is an assistant professor in the T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics.

480-965-9975
PO Box 873701
Sabina Low
Associate Professor
Carol Martin
Professor

Core scholarly themes in Martin's research include Adolescents, Peer Relationships, School Success, and Dynamical Assessment.

480-965-5861
SS 119
Monica McDermott
Associate Professor

McDermott's research focuses on race, class and identity in the United States.

Leigh McLean
Research Assistant Professor

Dr. McLean investigates the complex interplay between teacher characteristics, student characteristics, and the classroom environment in determining a range of teacher and student outcomes

480-727-6755
Shantel Meek
Professor of Practice (FSC)

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Monica Tsethlikai
Associate Professor

Tsethlikai’s research focuses on the role children’s experiences and activities play in shaping their cognitive development and well-being.

Kimberly Updegraff
Professor

Updegraff's interests focus on the role of family relationships in youth development from early adolescence to young adulthood.

480-965-6669
COWDN 135
Carlos Valiente
Professor

Valiente's research interests include children's stress and coping, and the roles of parenting and temperament to children’s social and academic competence.

480-727-7569
COWDN 107a
Rebecca M. B. White
Associate Professor

White trained in family and human development and in public health. She is interested in the ways in which U.S. neighborhood contexts, culture, and family processes come together to influence adolescent development.

480-965-0511
CWDN 133
Natalie Wilkens
Associate Professor

Wilkens' expertise is in children's and adolescents' socio-emotional adjustment. She teaches undergraduate-level statistics, as well as graduate-level advanced quantitative methods courses.

480-727-6899
Social Sciences Building

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