Profiles in "Human Development" Expertise Area

  • Bethany Van Vleet is a teaching professor and director of the online graduate program in family and human development in the Sanford School. Teaching activities emphasize statistics, research methods, human development.m, and parenting.
  • Ladd's research explores children's social development and peer relationships.
  • Denise Bodman's current scholarly interests include family processes, family history, and family narratives.
  • Weigand's research focuses on teaching activities emphasizing child development and early intervention.
  • Foster is the director of undergraduate programs in the Sanford school.
  • Her research interests include topics related to improving individual's lives and their close relationships. She teaches undergraduate as well as graduate-level Family and Human Development courses.
  • Dr. Thompson’s research and teaching focus on the development and application of quantitative methods to advance research in education, human development, and the social sciences.
  • Iida’s research interests span several domains of social, health, and quantitative psychology.
  • Kenia is a Success Coach supporting ASU students in providing resources and helping develop personalized plans for success. Kenia has worked in higher education since 2014, and joined ASU in 2016.
  • Field teaches both in-person and online courses in the Sanford School. He also conducts research on children and adolescents’ social cognitions.