Ph.D. 1972 University of Michigan
Room 1014B Social Sciences
The Life Course, Social Psychology, Work.
The three generational “Youth Development Study” examines life course pathways and intergenerational dynamics.
“The Transition to Adulthood: Life Course Structures and Subjective Perceptions,” Forthcoming, with S.R. Eliason & M. Vuolo. Social Psychology Quarterly.
“The Changing Social Construction of Age and the Life Course: Precarious Identity and Enactment of ‘Early’ and “Encore’ Stages of Adulthood.” With P. Moen. Forthcoming in M. J. Shanahan, J.T. Mortimer & M.K. Johnson (eds), Handbook of the Life Course, Vol. 2. New York: Springer.
“Reinforcement or Compensation? The Effects of Parents’ Work and Financial Conditions on Adolescents’ Work Values during the Great Recession.” With M. K. Johnson. Forthcoming. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
“Parental Economic Hardship and Children’s Achievement Orientations,” with L. Zhang, J. Hussemann, & C-Y Wu. 2014. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 5:105-128.
“Adolescent Precursors of Pathways from School to Work,” with M.J. Vuolo & J. Staff. 2014. Journal of Research on Adolescence 24: 145-162.
“Explaining the Motherhood Wage Penalty During the Early Occupational Career,” with J. Staff. 2012. Demography 49:1-21.
“The Evolution, Contributions, and Prospects of the Youth Development Study: An Investigation in Life Course Social Psychology.” Social Psychology Quarterly 75: 5-27. 2012
“Work Values, Early Career Difficulties, and the U.S. Economic Recession,” with M.K. Johnson & R. Sage. 2012. Social Psychology Quarterly 75:242-267.