Profiles in "Coping with Stressful Events in Children and Adults" Expertise Area

  • Luecken is a member of the clinical and developmental psychology faculty. Her research interests include women's health and the impact of early life adversity on mental and physical health.
  • Castro's research interests include health promotion and relapse prevention in Hispanic populations, with focus on motivational aspects in HIV prevention, drug abuse, cancer, diabetes, and other chronic diseases.
  • Wolchik is interested in developing, evaluating and optimizing programs for two types of at-risk situations: parental divorce and parental death.
  • DePinto's primary professional experience has been in school social work and he has more than 30 years of experience working with chemically-dependent adolescents.
  • Waldron's primary focus areas are related to family dynamics, child development, and aging. She is also the internship liaison for The Washington Center. She regularly presents to community groups.
  • Miller has conducted research on the socialization of empathy and coping in children and the relation of empathy to moral reasoning in children. He joined the ASU faculty in 1988.
  • Leah Doane is a developmental psychologist and Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University. She is also currently Associate Chair and Director of Faculty Success in the Department of Psychology.
  • Dr. Tein is a research professor and the Director of the Research Methodology Core at the ASU REACH Institute, with the Department of Psychology
  • Kupfer is the Director of the Arizona State University Child Study Lab in the Department of Psychology