Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Population Health
Dr. Calzada is primarily interested in the role of culture on parenting in Latino families. Her work focuses on the construct of acculturation in immigrant and second-generation Latino families and the relation between acculturation and parenting practices in parents of preschool-aged children. Outcome variables of interest are related to behavioral development in young children.
PhD from University of Florida
Child development. 2021 Sep; 92(5):1932-1950
Journal of Latina/o psychology. 2020 Nov; 8(4):332-348
Child development. 2020 Nov; 91(6):e1249-e1266
Developmental psychology. 2020 Aug; 56(8):1582-1595
Journal of child & family studies. 2020 Jan 01; ?-?
American journal of orthopsychiatry. 2020 Jan; 90(1):70-77
Mental and behavioral health of immigrants in the United States : cultural, environmental, and structural factors. Amsterdam : Academic Press, 2020. p.253-278. (4578312)