College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Distinguished Research Professor of Human Development and Family Science
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|Ph.D.||Human Dev. and School Psych.||University of Arizona||1976|
|M.A.||Human Dev. and School Psych.||University of Arizona||1973|
|B.A.||Psychology||University of California-Santa Barbara||1972|
My research focuses on those family and school processes that are linked with academic and psychosocial competence among children and adolescents. The contributions of parent-child relationships, sibling relationships, and classroom experiences during elementary and junior high school are of particular interest.
Brody, G. H., & Flor, D. L. (In press). Maternal psychological functioning, family processes, and child adjustment in rural, single-parent, African American families. Developmental Psychology.
Brody, G. H. (In press). Sibling relationship quality: Its causes and consequences. Annual Review of Psychology.
Brody, G. H., Stoneman, A., & Flor, D. (1995). Linking family processes, parental education, and family financial resources to academic competence among rural African American youths living in two-parent families. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57, 567-579.
Brody, G. H., Stoneman, A., & McCoy, K. (1994). Forecasting sibiling relationships in early adolescence from child temperaments and family processes in middle childhood. Child Development, 65, 771-784.