Dr. Li Huang



Li Huang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Psychology
Department of Psychology and Sociology
College of Arts & Sciences
John A. Kenney Hall, Room 44-301
Tuskegee University
Tuskegee, AL 36088
E-mail: huangl@mytu.tuskegee.edu
Phone: 334-727-8134


Research Fields:

  • Adolescent adjustment and well-being
  • Etiology of problem behaviors, deviance, violence, and health compromising behaviors
  • Statistics method
Collaborations:
  • Dr. Alexander, T. Vazsonyi
    Department of Family Studies
    Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
  • Dr. Patrick Malone
    Department of Psychology
    University of South Carolina
Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Li Huang received her Ph.D from Auburn University. She finished her post-doc training at the University of South Carolina. Her training and research mainly focus in the area of human development and family area of developmental psychology. Her current research focuses on the etiology of problem behaviors among immigrant and minority youth.

Representative Publications:
  • Huang, L., Malone, P., Lansford, J. E. et al. (2012). Measurement Invariance of Discipline in Different Cultural Contexts. Family Sciences, 2, 212-219.
  • Vazsonyi, A. T., & Huang, L. (2010). Where self-control comes from: On the development of self-control and its relationship to deviance over time. Developmental Psychology, 46, 245-257.
  • Vazsonyi, A. T., Trejos, E., & Huang, L. (2006). Risky sexual behavior, alcohol use, and drug use: A comparison of Eastern and Western European adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39, 753.e1-753.e11.
  • Vazsonyi, A. T., Trejos, E., & Huang, L. (2006). Are developmental processes affected by immigration? Family processes, internalizing behaviors, and externalizing behaviors. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 35, 795-809.