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Sechler approaches her teaching, research, community engagement from a strengths-based perspective and explores opportunities to improve social contexts that facilitate learning and promote well-being across the lifespan.
Dr. Seeley is a Senior Lecturer in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. She has been teaching Family and Human Development and Sociology courses at ASU since 2012.
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.
Swanson teaches social science research and statistical methods, human development and relationships across the lifespan, and family processes.
Tsethlikai’s research focuses on the role children’s experiences and activities play in shaping their cognitive development and well-being.
Updegraff's interests focus on the role of family relationships in youth development from early adolescence to young adulthood.
Valiente's research interests include children's stress and coping, and the roles of parenting and temperament to children’s social and academic competence.
Bethany Van Vleet is a senior lecture and director of the online graduate program in family and human development in the Sanford School. Teaching activities emphasize statistics, research methods, and human development.