Dr. Jennifer Ross
||Jennifer Ross, PhD
Department of Psychology and Sociology
College of Arts and Sciences
John A Kenney Hall, Room 44-305
Tuskegee, AL 36088
- Attachment and caregiving behavioral systems
- Parenting and coparenting
- Intergenerational transmission of attachment
- Dr. Yvonne Caldera, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Texas Tech University
Dr. Jennifer Ross received her doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. Her dissertation examined social-contextual factors related to maternal caregiving behaviors and infant attachment security in Mexican-American families. Her current research focuses on the influence of coparenting and acculturation on maternal sensitivity and insensitive caregiving in Mexican-American mothers with a toddler, and also explores whether mother-infant attachment relationships are universal or culture-specific.
- Benson, M. J., McWey, L. M., & Ross, J. J. (2006). Parental attachment and peer relations in adolescence: A meta-analysis. Research in Human Development, 3, 33-43.