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Mission Statement

 

The mission of the Adolescent Research Center {ARC} is to further the understanding of adolescent psychological and behavioral development by means of research and scholarly propagation.

     ARC's constructs of interest include:

          1. Parental Monitoring

          2. Parent / Adolescent Relationships

          3. High Risk Engagement

          4. Adolescent Peer Relationship

 

Raymond Montemayor

 

Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1974 - Adolescent development.  Current work: Parent - adolescent conflict; transformation of family relations between childhood and adolescence; relations between adolescents and their mothers and fathers; gender-role development during adolescence.

Charlie Campbell

I received my B.S in spring of 2003 and my M.A in spring of 2005.  I am currently completing my Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology (Adolescence). Moreover, I am a fulltime academic advisor for the Department Psychology’s Undergraduate Advising Office.  My current research interests include parental monitoring, the role of punishment in adolescent high risk behavior engagement, and antecedents of disclosure.

 

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