373 Dawson Hall
305 Sanford Dr.
Athens, GA 30602
Alternate Phone: 7065424939
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|M.S.||Educational Psychology||University of Cincinnati||2014|
I am interested in family relationships among immigrants, and impacts of father involvement on marital quality among first-time parents.
Yasemin Cava-Tadik is a doctoral student and a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) at the University of Georgia, earning her degree in human development and family science (HDFS). She is passionate about family relationships among immigrants, cross-cultural issues, father involvement and marital quality. She received her M.S. from the University of Cincinnati in Educational Psychology and her B.A in psychology in Turkey.
First-time parents, Fatherhood, Marital quality, Immigrant families
|Organization / Department||Title||Years of Service|
|University of Georgia||Data Coordinator and Graduate Research Assistant||2017-2018|
|University of Georgia||Graduate Research Assistant||2016-2017|
|Award Name||Awarded By||Year Awarded|
|Scholarship for M. S. from the National Educational Ministry of Turkey||Turkish Government||2011-2014|
|Scholarship for Ph.D. from the National Educational Ministry of Turkey||Turkish Government||2014-2016|
|Travel award||Department of Human Development and Family Science, Spring||2017|
|Travel award||The College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Spring||2017|
|SCCR John & Beatrice Whiting Memorial Award for Outstanding Student in Cross-Cultural Studies||Society for Cross Cultural Research (SCCR)||2017|
|Travel award||Department of Human Development and Family Science, Fall||2017|
|The Creswell Fund||College of Family and Consumer Science, Fall||2017|
Demir-Dagdas, T., Isik-Ercan Z., Intepe-Tingir, S., Cava-Tadik, Y. (2017). Parental Divorce and Children from Diverse Backgrounds: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Mental Health, Parent-Child Relationships, and Educational Experiences. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage.
Morrissey Stahl, K., Bower, K. L., Seponski, D. M., Lewis, D. C., Farnham, A. & Cava-Tadik, Y. ( 2017). A practitioner’s guide to end-of-life intimacy for older adults: Suggestions for conceptualization and intervention in palliative care. OMEGA: Journal of Death and Dying.
Isik-Ercan, Z., Demir-Dagdas, T., Cakmakci, H., Cava-Tadik, Y., & Intepe-Tingir, S. (2016). Multidisciplinary perspectives towards the education of young low-income immigrant children. Early Child Development and Care, 1-20.
|National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)||NCFR Conference Registration Desk/Attendance||2017||Volunteer|
|Turkish Student Association (TSA)||Board member & Event coordinator||2015||Volunteer|
Cava-Tadik, Y., Brown G.L. & Mangelsdorf, S.C., (under review). Fathers’ Satisfaction with Physical Affection Before and After the Birth of a New Baby: Cross-Parent Effects and Associations with Family Dynamics.
Cava-Tadik, Y., Smith, E.P., Yu, D., Leathers M., & Farris J. (under review). Using Technology in a Continuous Quality Improvement Approach in Afterschool Settings: The Pax Good Behavior Game.
Cava-Tadik, Y. (under review). Fatherhood. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies (peer-reviewed).
Cava-Tadik Y., Intepe-Tingir S., Demir-Dagdas T. & Isik-Ercan Z. (in progress). Factors Influencing the Quality of Father Involvement in Family Relationships among Immigrants in the U.S: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives.
Cava-Tadik Y. & Lewis, D. C. (in progress). Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) from Asia: Fear, Uncertainty, and Invisibility.
Geoffrey L. Brown (Advisor)
J. Maria Bermudez
Margaret OBrien Caughy