Family, Consumer, and Human Development
Caine College of the Arts and the Leverhulme Trust…
Meet behind the Courthouse in Loa, Ut. We will be…
New Student Orientation for new incoming students and…
Susan Robinson, masters student of Jon Takemoto, will…
Meet at the Extension Office in the basement of the…
Lori A. Roggman
Location: FL 129
Office Phone: 797.1545
- DR. LORI A. ROGGMAN
- DeAnn Jones (Ph.D., 2009)
- Katie Christiansen (Ph.D., 2008)
- Jeng Hyun Ok (M.S., 2007)
- Cherri Holbrook (M.S., 2004)
- Wade Taylor (M.S., 2001)
- Lisa Boyce (Ph.D., 1999)
Ph.D., 1988, University of Texas (Developmental Psychology)
M.S., 1981, Utah State University (Family & Human Development)
B.S., 1972, Utah State University (Psychology)
Human Development Theories (6060)
Frontiers of Human Development (7060)
Infancy (6510/7510) Parenting (6910/7910)
- "Developmental” parenting that supports children’s early development
- Interventions to support developmental parenting
- Effective home-visiting strategies
- Father-child relationships
- Attachment relationships, from infancy to adulthood
- Play behavior in relation to development, from infancy to adulthood
- Early language and literacy development
Current Research Opportunities for Students
Natural Parenting: Exploratory study of caregiving practices in early infancy.
- Parenting patterns -- do parents follow a "natural" or "marketed" approach?
- Caregiving outcomes -- do feeding, sleeping, and carrying predict development?
Low-income Families in Utah and nationally (Early Head Start): USU is one of 15 national study sites following children from infancy to 5th grade whose families were in Early Head Start.
- longitudinal development--what early indicators predict later development?
- Parenting--what parenting behaviors and attitudes predict later development?
- Father involvement--what aspects of f early father involvement predict later development?
Middle-income Families in Utah (Parent-Toddler, 1 TO 7, Up to 8th & 12th): We recently collected data from high school seniors who were studied in infancy and 2nd & 8th grades
- Attachment: does early security support better academic and psychosocial outcomes?
- Language: do early joint attention and conversation foster later academic outcomes?
Measurement of Parenting (PICCOLO): We have used over 4,000 observations of parenting interactions to develop a valid, reliable, easy-to-use measure for both researchers and practitioners.
- Affection: warmth and positive behaviors that promote child development
- Responsiveness: sensitive behaviors that promote child development
- Encouragement: supportive behaviors that promote child development
- Teaching: playful conversational behaviors that promote child development
Other research interests depend on student interest and funding opportunities.
- Home visiting strategies for working with parents of young children
- Training strategies for practitioners in the field
- Teaching strategies for students in FCHD and related fields