Graduate Certificate Recipients and Their Projects

Current CHHD students

  • Daniell Carvalheiro – Carvalheiro, D., Harkness, S., & Super, C. M. Parents’ and Teachers’ Ideas about Involvement. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, March 2017, New Orleans, LA.
  • Alexander Reid – Cultural Values and Gender as Moderators in the Association Between Negative Romantic Experiences and Psychological Adjustment in Mexican Adolescents
  • Khris-Ann Small – Small, K.-A., Harkness, S., & Super, C. M.  (2017). Black Parents’ Experiences with the Positive Parenting Program. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, March 2017, New Orleans, LA.
  • Marea Tsamaase  Tsamaase, M. M., Harkness, S., & Super, C. M. (2017). Working mothers’ perceptions of child care and attachment in Botswana. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, March 2017, New Orleans, LA.  Currently under review for publication.

2017 CHHD Certificate Recipients

  • Paola Chanes – The role of fathers in the sexual health education of their children in Haiti.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, November 2017, Philadelphia, PA.

2015 CHHD Certificate Recipients 

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CHHD Awards 2015
  • Carmen BrittonLimitations and Strengths of Individual Level Assessments: Informing Goals and Setting Qualities in the Phillippines. Presented at the meeting of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, April 2016, Washington, D.C.
  • Jia Li Liu  Liu, J.-L., Harkness, S., & Super, C. M. Chinese Maternal Ethnotheories about Children’s Shyness (2015). Poster presented at Biennial Meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, April 2015, Boston, MA.
  • Jennifer Ramirez – Ramirez, J., Oshin, L., & Milan, S.  (2017). Imagining her future: Diversity in mothers’ socialization goals for their adolescent daughters.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(4), 593-610.

2007 CHHD Certificate Recipients

  • Caroline Mavridis  Beyond the Edinburgh score: Experiences and activities of mothers at varied risk of postpartum depression. Dr. Mavridis is currently Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, and Assistant Director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Health, and Human Development, University of Connecticut.
  • Nivedita Renade – Sleep and activity patterns of American and Dutch infants. Dr. Renade is currently Senior Research Associate at James Bell Associates in Arlington, Virginia.
  • Mary Sutherland – Stability of frustration reactivity, cortisol levels and regulation behaviors of 2- and 6-month-old US infants during arm restraint. Dr. Sutherland currently lives in Amherst, Mass.

2006 CHHD Certificate Recipients

  • Marjolijn Blom – Culturally regulated early experience and the establishment of diurnal rhythms in the Netherlands and the U.S. Presented at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Melbourne, Australia, July 2006. Dr. Blom is currently Senior Adviser to the Council for Health and Society, and agency of the Government of the Netherlands.
  • Marcia Hughes – The impact of parental involvement and support on adolescent adjustment within the context of an intervention program. Presented at the meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Melbourne, Australia, July 2006. Dr. Hughes is currently Research and Evaluation Specialist at the Center for Social Research, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.

2005 CHHD Certificate Recipients

  • Xin Feng – Responses of shy and non-shy Chinese children to an unfamiliar situation. Presented at the meeting of the International Association for the Study of Behavioral Development, Melbourne, Australia, July 2006. Dr. Feng is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Human Sciences, Ohio State University.
  • Danijela Korom – American, Dutch, and Spanish mothers’ ethnotheories about infant stimulation. Presented at the meeting of the International Association for the Study of Behavioral Development, Ghent, Belgium, July, 2004. Dr. Korom-Djakovic is currently Senior Evaluation Consultant, McClanahan Associates, Philidelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Beth Russell – Longitudinal links in maternal mood from three cultures: The Netherlands, Spain and the United States. Presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2005. Dr. Russell is now Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Connecticut.