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Garrett Pace

PhD Student. Social Work/Sociology Candidate

Garrett Pace

Research Interests/Focus

Inequality; children and families

Education

Year Degree   School
2013 MSW Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
2010 BS Brigham Young University-Idaho, Rexburg, ID

Jacobsen, W. C., Pace, G. T., & Ramirez, N. G. (in press). Punishment and inequality at an early age: Exclusionary discipline in elementary school. Social Forces.

Grogan-Kaylor, A. C., Castillo, B., Pace, G. T., Ward, K. P., Ma, J., Lee, S. J., & Knauer, H. (in press). Global perspectives on positive and negative parenting: A Bayesian multilevel analysis. Journal of Behavioral Development.

Ward, K. P., Lee, S. J., Pace, G. T., Grogan-Kaylor, A., & Ma, J. (2020). Attachment style and the association of spanking and child externalizing behavior. Academic Pediatrics, 20(4), 501-507.

Grogan-Kaylor, A. C., Castillo, B., Ma, J., Ward, K. P., Lee, S. J., Pace, G. T., & Park, J. (2020). A Bayesian analysis of associations between neighborhoods, spanking and child externalizing behavior. Children and Youth Services Review, 112, 104930.

Lee, S. J., Pace, G. T., Ward, K. P., Grogan-Kaylor, A., & Ma, J. (2020). Household economic hardship as a moderator of the associations between maternal spanking and child externalizing behavior problems. Child Abuse and Neglect, 107, 104573.

Pace, G. T., Lee, S. J., & Grogan-Kaylor, A. (2019). Spanking and young children’s socioemotional development in low- and middle- income countries. Child Abuse and Neglect, 88, 84-95.

Lee, J. Y., Pace, G. T., Lee, S. J., & Altschul, I. (2019). The associations of constructive and destructive interparental conflict to child well-being among low-income families. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Lee, S. J., Pace, G. T., Lee, J. Y., & Knauer, H. (2018). The association of fathers’ parental warmth and parenting stress to child behavior problems. Children and Youth Services Review.

Geller, A., Jaeger, K., & Pace, G. T. (2018). Using the fragile families and child wellbeing study in life course health development research. In N. Halfon, C. Forrest, R. Lerner, & E. M. Faustman (Eds.), Handbook of Life Course Health Development Science (pp. 601-620). New York, NY: Springer.

Jensen, T. M. & Pace, G. T. (2016). Stepfather involvement and stepfather-child relationship quality: Race and parental marital status as moderators. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 42(4), 659-672.

Geller, A., Jaeger, K., & Pace, G. T. (2016). Surveys, records, and the study of incarceration in families. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 665(1), 22-43.

Shafer, K. & Pace, G. T. (2015). Gender differences in depression across parental roles. Social Work, 60(2), 115-125.

Pace, G. T., Shafer, K., Jensen, T. M., & Larson, J. H. (2015). Stepparenting issues and relationship quality: The role of clear communication. Journal of Social Work, 15, 24-44.

Pace, G. T. & Shafer, K. (2015). Parenting and depression: Differences across parental roles. Journal of Family Issues, 36(8), 1001-1021.

Jensen, T. M., Shafer, K., Pace, G. T., & Larson, J. H. (2013). Former spouse ties and postdivorce relationship quality: Relationship effort as a mediator. Journal of Social Service Research, 39, 629-645.

Pace, G. T. (2012). Street children in Ukraine: Homelessness and other associated risks. Journal of Global Awareness, 12, 65-71.

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