Owen Anderson, PhD
BS 1992 Utah State University
MS 1997 Utah State University
PhD 2006 University of Tennesee
Email Address: email@example.com
Dr. Anderson's interests focus on the development of young children, particularly in the context of the family (parent-child relationships). In addition, because the majority of his career has included a connection with Child Development Laboratories, much of his work has concentrated on developmentally appropriate practice, quality care settings, and the preparation of preservice teachers. He has interests in the area of infant and toddler development, particularly the influence that parents have on social and emotional development.
"I was reared in Syracuse, Utah, near the Great Salt Lake and access point to Antelope Island. After high school, I attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah, where I met my wife, Diana. Together we have five sons, who for the most part, enjoy soccer, gaming and string instruments. When I'm not working, I volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America program and enjoy camping, hiking, and backpacking. Some of my most recent hikes include the Teton mountain range in Wyoming and the Southwest quadrant of Yellowstone (known for its spectacular waterfalls). Also, I've taken an interest in gardening."
Gerard, J., Buehler, C., Franck, K. & Anderson, O. (2005). In the eyes of the beholder: Cognitive appraisals as mediator of the association between interpersonal conflict and youth maladjustment. Journal of Family Psychology, 19(30), 376-384.
Anderson, O. A. (2005). Linking Work Stress, Parental Self-Efficacy, Ineffective Parenting, and Youth Problem Behavior. Dissertation, University of Tennessee.
Lindauer, Shelley K. & Anderson, Owen. (1992). Child Care Referral Guide. Utah State University.
Anderson, O. A. (1992). A National Profile for Child Development Laboratory School. Thesis, Utah State University.
Dr. Anderson will be teaching courses in developmental psychology and child & adolescent development.