Karina M. Cahill is a graduate student in the PhD program in Family and Human Development at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. Part of her current work focuses on conducting quantitative systematic review and meta-analysis research. Her primary research interests are examining contextual influences, specifically the role of family and culture, in adjustment (e.g., depressive symptoms, risk behaviors) and academic outcomes among Latino youth. She is also interested in intervention programs and longitudinal research.
Kevin M. Korous is a graduate student in the PhD program in Family and Human Development at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. His applied research focuses on examining how different components of socioeconomic status (e.g., income, educational attainment) independently or interactively to affect multiple domains of functioning, and how this relation varies across different demographic groups (i.e., developmental period, sex, and racial/ethnic groups).
Gianna Rea-Sandin is a PhD student in developmental psychology at Arizona State University. Her research centers on examining the genetic and environmental contributions to children's self-regulation and academic competence, as well as investigating factors that moderate those estimates. In addition, Gianna is passionate about integrating measures of culture into behavior genetic research.
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