Emily Winslow received a B.S. in Psychology from Indiana University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical and Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed a clinical internship at Duke University Medical Center and postdoctoral fellowship in Prevention Science at Arizona State University. Dr. Winslow conducts research to increase the public health impact of evidence-based, preventive parenting interventions. She received an NIMH career development award to develop and evaluate theory-based strategies for increasing engagement into effective parenting and family-based interventions. Dr. Winslow also studies predictors of child adjustment and the impact of parenting quality and parenting interventions on child and family outcomes.
B.S., Indiana University, 1990
M.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1995
Clinical Internship, Duke University Medical Center, 1999
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2001
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Arizona State University, 2005
Interests include risk and resilency among children experiencing adversity, impact of parenting quality and parenting interventions on child adjustment, effects of motivational strategies on parent engagement in family-based interventions, intergenerational benefits of evidence-based preventive interventions.
Winslow, E. B., Braver, S., Cialdini, R, Sandler, I., Betkowski, J., Tein, J-Y, Hita, L., Bapat, M., Wheeler, L., & Lopez, M. (2017). Video-based approach to engaging parents into a preventive parenting intervention for divorcing families: Results of a randomized controlled trial.Prevention Science, On-line advance publication. doi:10.1007/s11121-017-0791-3.
Mauricio, A., Mazza, G., Berkel, C., Tein, J-Y, Sandler, I., Wolchik, S., & Winslow, E. (2017). Attendance trajectory classes among divorced and separated mothers and fathers in the New Beginnings Program. Prevention Science, On-line advance publication. doi:10.1007/s11121-017-0783-3.
Sitnick, S., Shaw, D., Weaver, C., Shelleby, E., Choe, D., Reuben, J., Gilliam, M., Winslow, E., & Taraban, L. (2017). Early childhood predictors of severe youth violence in low-income male adolescents. Child Development, 88(1), 27-40. doi: 10.1111/cdev.12680
Winslow, E. B., Poloskov, E., Begay, R., Tein, J-Y., Sandler, I., & Wolchik, S. (2016). A randomized trial of methods to engage Mexican American parents into a school-based parenting intervention.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 84(12), 1094-1107. doi: 10.1037/ccp0000140. PMCID: 27599226.
Sandler, I., Ingram, A., Wolchik, S., Tein, J-Y., & Winslow, E. (2015). Long-term effects of parenting-focused preventive interventions to promote resilience of children and adolescents. Child Development Perspectives, 9(3), 164-171.
Mahrer, N., Winslow, E., Wolchik, S., Tein, J-Y, & Sandler, I. (2014). Effects of a preventive parenting intervention for divorced families on the intergenerational transmission of parenting attitudes in young adult offspring. Child Development, 85(5), 2091-2105. DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12258
Wolchik, S., Sandler, I., Tein, J-Y., Mahrer, N., Millsap, R., Winslow, E., Vélez, C., Porter, M., Luecken, L., & Reed, A. (2013). Fifteen-year follow-up of a randomized trial of a preventive intervention for divorced families: Effects on mental health and substance use outcomes in young adulthood. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 81(4), 660-673. DOI: 10.1037/a0033235
Winslow, E. B., Sandler, I., Wolchik, S. A., & Carr, C. (2012). Building resilience in all children: A public health approach. In S. Goldstein & R. Brooks (Eds.), Handbook of resilience in children (2nd ed.) (pp. 459-480). NY: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-3661-4_27.
McClain, D. B., Wolchik, S., Winslow, E., Tein, J., Sandler, I., & Millsap, R. (2010). Developmental cascade effects of the New Beginnings Program on adolescent adaptation outcomes. Development & Psychopathology, 22, 771-784. DOI: 10.1017/S0954579410000453. PMCID: PMC2950317.
Winslow, E., Bonds, D. B., Wolchik, S., Sandler, I., & Braver, S. (2009). Predictors of enrollment and retention in a preventive parenting intervention for divorced families. The Journal of Primary Prevention, 30(2), 151-172. DOI: 10.1007/s10935-009-0170-3. PMCID: PMC2682618.
Winslow, E., Bonds, D., & Sandler, I. (2009). Resilience, childhood and adolescence. In D. Carr (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the life course and human development (Vol. 1, pp. 394-398). Detroit: MacMillan Reference USA.
Winslow, E. B., & Shaw, D. S. (2007). Impact of neighborhood disadvantage on overt behavior problems during early childhood. Aggressive Behavior, 33, 207-219. DOI: 10.1002/ab.20178.
Chassin,Laurie*, Aiken,Leona S, Atkinson,Robert Kenneth, Ayers,Tim S, Berkel,Cady, Bitner,M J, Chen,Angela Chia-Chen, Corbin,William Robert, Crnic,Keith Alan, Dishion,Thomas, Doane,Leah D., Gonzales,Nancy A, Granger,Douglas, Grimm,Kevin John, Jager,Justin, Johnson,William G, Knight,George P, Lemery,Kathryn Sue, Luecken,Linda J, Luthar,Suniya, Mackinnon,David Peter, Mauricio,Anne Marie, Meier,Madeline, Newfeld,Stuart J, Ostrom,Amy, Perez La Mar,Marisol, Peterson,Suzanne Joanna, Pina,Armando A, Riley,William, Rivera,Daniel E, Sandler,Irwin Noah, Suk,Hye Won, Tein,Jenn-Yun, Umana-Taylor,Adriana J, West,Stephen G, Winslow,Emily Beth, Wolchik,Sharlene, Zhang,Zhen. Research training in drug abuseHIV prevention: closing the research-practice gap. HHS-NIH-NIDA(7/1/2015 - 6/30/2020).
Gonzales,Nancy A*, Dumka,Larry Earl, Eisenberg,Nancy, Luecken,Linda J, Mauricio,Anne Marie, Tein,Jenn-Yun, Winslow,Emily Beth. Optimizing a Drug Abuse Prevention Program for Dissemination. HHS-NIH-NIDA(6/15/2014 - 5/31/2019).
Winslow,Emily Beth*, Sandler,Irwin Noah, Tein,Jenn-Yun, Wolchik,Sharlene. Effectiveness Trial of Methods for Engaging Parents Into Parenting Interventions. HHS-NIH-NIDA(1/1/2013 - 12/31/2017).
Sandler,Irwin Noah*, Gonzales,Nancy A, Tein,Jenn-Yun, Winslow,Emily Beth, Wolchik,Sharlene. Multi-Court Trial of NBP to Prevent Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorder Exec Lev I. HHS-NIH-NIDA(2/1/2011 - 1/31/2016).