Stephanie Parade, Esther Leerkes, and Regan Burney at hooding ceremony, December 2010.
My current graduate students are:
Meagan Matthews who is interested in early childhood development and parenting with an emphasis on parental sensitivity and responsiveness.
(Jessica Gudmundson and Esther Leerkes, May 2012)
Recent graduate students:
Jessica Gudmundson, Ph.D (2012)
Current Position: Data Collection Specialist, STAR Project, UNCG
Dissertation: Links Between Maternal Education and Parenting During Children's First Three Years: The Moderating Role of Income and Partner Status
Stephanie Parade, Ph.D. (2010)
Current Position: Research Assistant Professor, Alpert School of Medicine, Brown University
Dissertation: Marital Satisfaction Across The Transition To Parenthood: A Vulnerability-Stress-Adaptation Perspective.
Regan Burney, Ph.D. (2010).
Current Position: Project Coordinator, Triad Child Study, UNCG
Dissertation: Links Between Temperament and Coparenting: The Moderating Role Of Family Characteristics.
Kathy Siepak, Ph.D. (2008).
Current position: Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Dissertation: Longitudinal Influences of Maternal Sensitivity on Infant Temperamental Reactivity and Emotion Regulation