Andrew Grogan-Kaylor's research focuses on both basic science research, and intervention research, on children and families. Grogan-Kaylor's current research projects examine parenting behaviors, such as physical punishment, and parental expressions of emotional warmth and support, and their effects on child mental health outcomes, aggression, antisocial behavior, anxiety, depression, and children’s thinking about violence. His research looks at the dynamic interplay of parenting behaviors and their effects on child outcomes across socioeconomic contexts, neighborhoods, and cultures. Professor Grogan-Kaylor is the co-author of the most complete analysis to date of the outcomes associated with spanking: "Spanking and child outcomes: Old controversies and new meta-analyses." Grogan-Kaylor uses both U.S. based, and international samples; advanced statistical modeling such as multilevel models and econometric methods; and Stata, R, HLM and ArcGIS. Much of his work involves working with populations for whom Spanish is the primary language.
Interventions with children and families; parenting behaviors and their effects on child outcomes; the dynamic relationships of family, neighborhood, and school indicators with child socio-behavioral outcomes; community antecedents of poor parenting; employing advanced statistical models for longitudinal and multilevel data analysis; meta-analysis, econometric modeling, Stata, R, HLM and ArcGIS.; data visualization.
|(734) 615-3369||(734) firstname.lastname@example.org||3846 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2000||PhD||Social Welfare||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
|1996||MSSW||Social Work||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
|1993||MA||Theology & Ethics||Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY|
|1987||BA||Cultural Anthropology||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
|Instructor:||Andrew C. Grogan-Kaylor|
|Topic:||Coding and Dataviz for Social Justice|
|Time:||Wed 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
This course is not taught within the SSW building.
|Credits:||3 Credit Hours|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106