Christina Cipriano Crowe
Areas of Interest
I received my Ph.D. in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology and a Certificate in Human Rights and International Justice from Boston College following my Ed.M. in International Education Policy from Harvard. Currently, as a lecturer at Northeastern, I cheer for everyone in the Beanpot except BU.
My academic pursuits are interdisciplinary and varied, focusing on the intersection of research and practice in child development. I examine longitudinal trajectories of micro family processes, school socialization pathways, and child achievement and socio-emotional outcomes. I am particularly interested in the cumulative developmental deprivation of poverty and low levels of education. Furthermore, I am invested in examining new ways of investigating such trajectories within statistics. My broader academic passions include international education issues and the preservation of the best interest of the child from a humanitarian perspective.
I aim to teach my courses from an applied point of view, encouraging students to acquire practical knowledge for utilization in their future practitioner roles.
Frequently Taught Courses
- Developmental Psychology
- Seminar in Social Psychology
- Statistics for Psychological Research