Dr. Nancy Donelan-McCall’s interests include the development and testing of assessment measures and intervention methods designed to promote competent parenting for at-risk parents and caregivers of young children. She is also interested in the identification or risk and protective factors that relate to competent parenting and child outcomes.
Dr. John Holmberg’s interests include child development outcomes, child-friendly intervention strategies, prevention of psychopathology, and the unique developmentally-enhancing influence provided by fathers to their children throughout the lifecycle.
Dr. Erin Ingoldsby’s interests are in improving child and family engagement in evidence-based prevention and intervention programs. Other research interests include understanding and preventing child antisocial behavior from an ecological-systems perspective.
Dr. David Olds is interested in developing and testing interventions designed to improve maternal and child health early in the lives of children.