BiographyEmily Ross is a doctoral student in the Human Development and Social Policy program and a graduate research fellow at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University. Prior to attending her current program, Emily received her B.Sc. in Psychology from McGill University in Montréal, Québec, Canada, and worked for two years as lab manager and research coordinator for Drs. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and Emma Adam. Emily also briefly taught as an after school instructor with the non-profit Reading In Motion, which provides literacy instruction for at-risk kindergarteners and first graders in Chicago Public Schools. Dr. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale and Dr. Terri Sabol are her advisers.
Curriculum VitaeView Emily Ross's CV.
Awards/Honors2015 - Society, Biology and Health Cluster Certificate
2013 - Society, Biology and Health Cluster Fellowship
|2015||MA, Human Dev & Social Pol||Northwestern University|
|2009||BSc, Psychology||McGill University|
Selected PublicationsSabol, T., Sommer, T., Chase-Lansdale, P.L., Brooks-Gunn, J., Yoshikawa, H., King, C., Kathawalla, U., Alamuddin, R.A., Gomez, C., & Ross, E. (Working Paper/In Press/Under Review). Parents' Persistence and Certification in a Two-Generation Education and Training Program. Children and Youth Services Review.
Sabol, T.J., Ross, E.C., Frost, A. (Working Paper/In Press/Under Review). Does classroom quality matter in preschool? Evidence from a center fixed-effects design in Head Start programs.
Sabol, T., Sommer, T., Chase-Lansdale, P.L., Brooks-Gunn, J., Yoshikawa, H., King, C., Kathawalla, U., Alamuddin, R.A., Gomez, C., & Ross, E. (Working Paper/In Press/Under Review). Parents' Persistence and Certification in a Two-Generation Education and Training Program. Children and Youth Services Review.
Adam, E. K., Heissel, J. A., Zeiders, K. H., Richeson J. A., Brodish, A., Ross, E. C., Ehrlich, K. B., Levy, D. J., Kemeny, M. E., Malanchuk, O., Peck, S., Fuller-Rowell, T. and Eccles, J. (December, 2015). Developmental histories of perceived racial discrimination and diurnal cortisol profiles in adulthood. Psychoneuroendocrinology.
Research InterestsMy interests focus on using a mixed methods approach to explore the relationships between economic disadvantage, parents' own human capital and well-being, parenting practices, and young children's development, as well as the mechanisms underlying relationships (for example, children's physiological stress system). I am also interested in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs and policies that foster healthy child development through strengthening the early environments in which children live.
Lab AffiliationsThe Northwestern University Two-Generation Research Initiative
The Development, Early Education and Policy (DEEP) Lab
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