Stephanie F. Thompson

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Stephanie Thompson, Ph.D. has been involved in research at the CCFW since its founding in 2011. She is particularly interested in understanding the experiences of mothers that span economic adversity, depression, anxiety, pregnancy, and parenting with the hope of tailoring maternal health services to best support them. Dr. Thompson additionally studies how stress affects infant

Kevin King

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Kevin King, PhD., is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington and Director of the RADLab. The RADLab team is focused on understanding how self-regulation works in real life contexts at real-life time scales. Additionally, their work tries to understand what social and emotional contexts influence youths’ ability to deploy self-regulatory resources,

Lynn Fainsilber-Katz

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Dr. Katz research focuses on children’s social and emotional development in the context of family relationships, including marital conflict, domestic violence, and parent’s use of emotion coaching. Learn more about her research on the UW Psychology Department website.