PAMT Pre-doctoral Trainee
115 Health and Human Development Building
Devin McCauley is a doctoral student in Human Development and Family Studies. His research focuses on applying intensive longitudinal methods to evaluate family systems risk processes (e.g., interparental conflict, triangulation) on adolescent well-being. Additionally, he is interested in identifying sources of resilience for adolescent development which can be leveraged in school and family-based intervention settings. His advisor is Gregory Fosco, Associate Director of the Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center, and Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies.