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Christian Connell

Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Studies

217 HHD Building
814-867-6467
cmc128@psu.edu

Introduction

Christian's research interests include:

Individual Development (Childhood and Adolescence): effects of maltreatment, trauma, and other adverse experiences on child and adolescent behavioral health outcomes; effects of services, supports,

and system involvement on behavioral health outcomes; social-ecological and contextual influences on child and adolescent wellbeing; development of risky behaviors in childhood and adolescence.

Prevention and Intervention Research: effects of community-based services and interventions on behavioral health outcomes for at-risk child and adolescent populations (e.g., child protection and child welfare populations; juvenile justice-involved youth); system-level research and evaluation to improve system-level outcomes and reduce system contact for at-risk populations.

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Recent Publications

Experiences with COVID-19 stressors and parents’ use of neglectful, harsh, and positive parenting practices in the northeastern United States

Connell, C. M., & Strambler, M. J. (2021). Experiences with COVID-19 stressors and parents’ use of neglectful, harsh, and positive parenting practices in the northeastern United States. Child Maltreatment. https://doi.org/10.1177/10775595211006465

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