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I am broadly interested in how poverty impacts child development and family functioning. More specifically, I seek to further understanding of how parent-child relationships shape children's socioemotional and physiologically trajectories. In addition, I am interested in examining factors that promote resilience in families facing poverty.
M.A. Psychology, West Chester University, 2010
B.A. Psychology, Bloomsburg University, 2007
B.S. Biology, Bloomsburg University, 2007
Brown, E.D., Garnett, M.L., Laurenceau, J.P., & Anderson, K. (2016). Can the arts get under the skin? Arts and Cortisol for Economically Disadvantaged children. Child Development. doi: 10.1111/cdev.12652
Brown, E.D., Seyler, M.D., & Knorr, A.M., Garnett, M.L., & Laurenceau, J.P. (2016). Daily poverty-related stress and parents' efforts to help children cope: Associations with child learned helplessness. Family Relations, 65, 591-602. doi: 10.1111/fare.12217
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