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Lloyd M. Talley

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Lloyd M. Talley
Lloyd Talley is a mixed-methods developmental psychologist and interdisciplinary social policy researcher. He focuses on the intersections of social and life course identity development as a lens for meaning-making and in the prediction of educational, behavioral, and mental health outcomes. He received his PhD in applied psychology and human development and Master of Science in Education from the University of Pennsylvania and his BA in communication and culture from Howard University. Overall, he seeks to develop complex models of human behavior which highlight the central role of identity development and socialization processes in behavioral patterns and social outcomes. Recently, Talley has focused on exploring the within-group diversity of Black populations by developing profiles of identity (racial, gender, religious) and examining their relationship to patterns in social and health outcomes.

Research Interests/Focus

Intervention development, implementation, and evaluation; health disparities; emerging adulthood; boys and young men of color; racial-ethnic and gender socialization; translational research; social and emotional learning; Black psychology; decision making under stress and threat.


Year Degree   School
2018 PhD Human Development University of Pennsylvania, Philidelphia
2014 MS Education, Culture, & Society University of Pennsylvania, Philidelphia
2010 BA Communication & Culture Howard University, Washington DC

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