Faculty Research & Scholarship

Welcome to the Faculty Research & Scholarship webpage, a celebration of faculty scholarly achievements in the College of Health and Human Development.

Please submit scholarly activity to hhd@fullerton.edu

Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Ramos

Michelle Ramos, PhD
Assistant Professor, Child & Adolescent Studies
mcramos@fullerton.edu

Interest Area:
Dr. Ramos’ primary research focus is on the intergenerational transmission of family aggression, with particular emphasis on youths’ romantic relationships, conflict interactions via electronic media, and health outcomes. A secondary line of work examines adolescent development of restorative and punitive justice attitudes, focusing on the influences of teen court participation, empathy, and adverse family experiences. 

Current Projects:
Fullerton Longitudinal Study (FLS) investigation of how family relationships during childhood and adolescence relate to youths’ health symptoms in adulthood.

 

Recent Publications: 

Ramos, M.C., Miller, K.F., Moss, I. K., & Margolin, G. (2017). Perspective-taking and empathy mitigate family-of-origin risk for electronic aggression perpetration toward dating partners: A brief report. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260517747605

Rasmussen, H.F., Ramos, M.C., Han, S.C., Pettit, C., & Margolin, G. (2018). How discrimination and perspective taking influence adolescents’ attitudes about justice. Journal of Adolescence,62, 70-81. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2017.11.005

Bennett, D.C. & Ramos, M.C. (2019). Cyberbullying in romantic relationships: Developmental perspectives.  In G. Giumetti & R. Kowalski (Eds). Cyberbullying in Schools, Workplaces, and Romantic Relationships: The Many Lenses and Perspectives of Electronic Mistreatment. Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Recent Presentations:

Ramos, M.C & Pizano, N.K. (2019, April). Childhood predictors of health in adulthood:  An investigation of individual & family factors. In K.S.J. Preston (Chair), Early predictors of development in middle adulthood: The Fullerton Longitudinal Study. Invited symposium presented at the annual meeting of Western Psychological Association, Pasadena, CA. 

Ramos, M.C. (2019, March). A 30-year longitudinal study of childhood family conflict, positive family relationships, and health in adulthood. In R. Arbel (Chair), Childhood adversity and youth outcomes: Identifying intergenerational and longitudinal pathways of risk and resilience. Symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.

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Events

  • On Monday, November 18th from 11:30-12:30 PM in EC-605, the Dean’s Office is hosting the next Research Lunch & Learn . This month, Dr. Hannah Fraley (Nursing) and Dr.Gordon Capp (Social Work), will be presenting, “School Discipline Experiences Among Youth with Disabilities from the Perspective of School Nurses.” Join us for this interesting presentation and lunch provided by the Dean’s Office. Please RSVP here

HHD Highlights

Grants and Contracts Received

  • Deanna Jung, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Kristina Fortes, Assistant Professor of Nursing, and Jane Williams, Lecturer in Nursing, received a $124,060 grant from the Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development (OSHPD) Song-Brown Program. The project, “Integration of Standardized Patients in the BSN Undergraduate Program,” will provide funds to increase the recruitment of Standardized Patients to cover the adult lifespan, from young adult to older adult. Standardized Patients will participate in both summative and formative Objective Structured Clinical Exam simulation as part of classroom instruction. Expanding and integrating the School of Nursing Standardized Patients program will allow an increase in the number of student encounters with live patients throughout their undergraduate BSN programs and Simulation classes.
  • Melanie Horn Mallers, Professor of Human Services and Director of the Center for Community CollaborationOpens in new window , and Katherine Bono, Chair and Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, received a $74,806 grant from the City of Stanton/North Orange County Public Safety Task Force for a third year of funding for the project titled, “Fullerton Resilient Families Program.” This program builds resilience in young families through improved parent-child attachment, executive function skills in children, and active coping with stress through mindfulness techniques. During the funding period, the program will be implemented at several local Head Start facilities and at a transitional living center for homeless families called HIS House.
  • Joshua Yang, Associate Professor of Public Health, received $15,000 for year-five funding from the American Lung Association of Orange County for a project titled, “Achieving Tobacco-Related Health Equity Among California’s Diverse Populations.” Dr. Yang serves as the evaluator on a project with two objectives: (1) for two Orange County cities to pass ordinances to ban outdoor smoking and use of electronic cigarettes in outdoor dining areas, and (2) for two Orange County cities to pass ordinances banning smoking in multi-unit housing complexes.
  • C. Jessie Jones, Professor Emeritus of Public Health and Director of the Center for Healthy NeighborhoodsOpens in new window , received a $52,000 grant from St. Jude Hospital so that Social Work interns can provide mental health counseling services to low-income students in the Fullerton School District.
  • Archana McEligot, Professor of Public Health and Director of the Center for Cancer Disparities ResearchOpens in new window , received $194,307 for year-five funding from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, for “Big Data Discovery and Diversity Through Research Education Advancement and Partnership (BD3-REAP).” Opens in new window This multidisciplinary program trains underrepresented undergraduate students in Big Data science (BDs) exploration, computation, and synthesis that incorporates BDs didactic learning while providing BDs research experiences for students.
  • Mikyong Kim-Goh, Professor of Social Work, received a $1,487,818 grant from the Regents of the University of California, Berkeley, for the “Title IV-E Stipend Program-MSW Project.” This federally-funded California Social Work Education Center (CalSWECOpens in new window ) stipend program provides two years of support to full-time MSW students enrolled in the child welfare concentration. Part-time students also are eligible for stipends that cover tuition, books, and travel.
  • Stephanie Vaughn, Professor, of Nursing, received $495,532 in year-three funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for “EMBRACE: Enrichment Markers of Better Relationships, Academics & Cultural Enhancement.” This program provides an evidence-based, systematic approach to incorporate and optimize effective academic approaches and support systems for underrepresented minority and disadvantaged undergraduate and advanced practice graduate students. The major purpose of the EMBRACE ProgramOpens in new window is to address social determinants that create student challenges.
  • Michael Boytim, Lecturer in Nursing, received a $27,645 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), for the “Nurse Anesthetist Traineeships” program. These funds provide traineeship support to students in the Nurse Anesthesia program. This program aims to increase the number of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists nationally, who are well prepared to deliver evidence-based, high-quality anesthesia care.

Publications as of December 18, 2019

Yuying Tsong, Associate Professor of Human Services, co-authored a manuscript with CSUF graduate, Jessica Liu, titled “The long and winding road of being and becoming.”  Published online November 29, 2019 in   Women & Therapy   special issue, “Feminist Storytelling: Representing the Stories of Diverse Women in Psychology.”   https://doi.org/10.1080/02703149.2019.1684684

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Relationships Between Tests of Strength, Power, and Speed and the 75-Yard Pursuit Run.”  First published online November 27, 2019 in   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.   https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000003398

Shana Charles, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a report titled, “The State of Health Insurance in California:  Findings from the 2015-16 California Health Interview Survey.”  Published online November 26, 2019 by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.http://healthpolicy.ucla.edu/publications/Documents/PDF/2019/shicreport-nov2019.pdfPDF File

Phillip Gedalanga, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Cometabolic biotransformation of 1,4-dioxane in mixtures with hexavalent chromium using attached and planktonic bacteria.”  Published online November 25, 2019 in   Science of the Total Environment.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135734

Jennifer Piazza, Associate Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Going the distance: The diurnal range of cortisol and its association with cognitive and physiological functioning.”  Published online November 14, 2019 in   Psychoneuroendocrinology   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psyneuen.2019.104516

Austin Nation, Assistant Professor of Nursing, co-authored a manuscript “Exploring substance use and mental health for minority transgender youth: Implications for advanced practice nurses.” Published ahead of print on November 13, 2019 in the   Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners   https://doi.org/10.1097/JXX.0000000000000316

Natsuki Atagi, Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, co-authored a manuscript “Early Language Environments Predict Aspects of Explicit Language Awareness Development.”  First published online November 14, 2019 in   Language Learning.   https://doi.org/10.1111/lang.12381

Jason Bennett, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, and   Tricia Kasamatsu, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Access to athletic trainer services in California secondary schools.” Published online in the   Journal of Athletic Training   on November 12, 2019.   https://doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-268-19

Pablo Costa, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Acute effects of different static stretching exercises orders on cardiovascular and autonomic responses.”  Published October 31, 2019 in   Scientific Reports.   https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-52055-2

Andrew Galpin, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Skeletal Muscle Fiber Type and Morphology in a Middle-Aged Elite Male Powerlifter Using Anabolic Steroids.” First published online October 18, 2019 in the   Journal of Science in Sport and Exercise.   https://doi.org/10.1007/s42978-019-00039-z

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Relationships Between Absolute and Relative Strength and Power in Male Police Officers of Varying Strength Levels.”  First published online October 10, 2019 in   Journal of Science in Sport and Exercise   https://doi.org/10.1007/s42978-019-00033-5

Tabashir Nobari, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Notes From the Field: Creating a Typology of Childhood Obesity Intervention Strategies.”  First published September 24, 2019 in   Evaluation & the Health Professions.   https://doi.org/10.1177/0163278719874424

Publications as of October 18, 2019

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript, “Metabolic implications of low muscle mass in the pediatric population: a critical review.” Published October 2019 in   Metabolism.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.metabol.2019.153949

Toby Rider, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, and   Matthew Llewellyn, Professor of Kinesiology, co-edited a special issue “Biennial Africa Issue: New Perspectives on Sport and Apartheid: Local and Global” in the   International Journal of the History of Sport. Dr. Rider and Dr. Llewellyn also co-wrote an introduction to the issue, published online September 10, 2019.    https://doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2019.1653559

Pablo Costa, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Does the combination of resistance training and stretching increase cardiac overload?” Published September 2, 2019 in   Clinics   http://dx.doi.org/10.6061/clinics/2019/e1066

Beverly Quaye, Assistant Professor of Nursing, co-authored a manuscript “Reexamining Nurse Manager Span of Control With a 21st-Century Lens.”  Published September 2019 in   Nursing Administration Quarterly.   http://dx.doi.org//10.1097/NAQ.0000000000000351

Tricia Kasamatsu, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Preceptors' Frequency and Supervision of Athletic Training Students' Medical Documentation During Clinical Education.” Published September 2019 in   Athletic Training Education Journal.   https://doi.org/10.4085/1403182

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology, and   Kathleen Wilson, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Changes in Health-Related Outcomes in Youth With Obesity in Response to a Home-Based Parent-Led Physical Activity Program.” Published September 2019 in   Journal of Adolescent Health   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jadohealth.2018.11.014

Do Kyeong Lee, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “A comparison of using the DSM-5 and MABC-2 for estimating the developmental coordination disorder prevalence in Korean children.”  Published online August 30, 2019 in   Research in Developmental Disabilities   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ridd.2019.103459

Shana Charles, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a policy brief “Still Left Behind: Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care Among Latinos in California.” Published August 29, 2019.  PDF of Policy Brief

Sean Hogan, Associate Professor of Social Work, authored a manuscript “Foster Youth, Health, and College Campus Support Program Participation: The First-Year Experience.”  Published online August 20, 2019 in   Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice   https://doi.org/10.1080/19496591.2019.1622550

Pablo Costa, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Effects of different repeated sprint-training frequencies in youth soccer players.”  Published online August 14, 2019 in   Biology of Sport   https://doi.org/10.5114/biolsport.2019.87047

 

Publications as of September 6, 2019

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “The Effects of an Eight over Cricket Bowling Spell upon Pace Bowling Biomechanics and Performance within Different Delivery Lengths.”  Published online August 30, 2019 in   Sports   https://doi.org/10.3390/sports7090200

Alice Lee, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Insight into hepatitis B prevalence and risk factors among Vietnamese Americans: a cross-sectional analysis of data from a community-based screening program.” Published online August 26, 2019 in   BMJ Open   http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029616

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “A Preliminary Analysis of Relationships between a 1RM Hexagonal Bar Load and Peak Power with the Tactical Task of a Body Drag.”  Published online August 21, 2019 in the   Journal of Human Kinetics   PDF of Preliminary Analysis ArticlePDF File Opens in new window

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Lower-Body Power Relationships to Linear Speed, Change-of-Direction Speed, and High-Intensity Running Performance in DI Collegiate Women’s Basketball Players.”  Published online August 21, 2019 in the   Journal of Human Kinetics.  PDF of Lower-Body Power Relationships ArticlePDF File Opens in new window

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Does Eccentric-Only and Concentric-Only Activation Increase Power Output?” Published ahead of print on August 16, 2019 in   Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.   http://www.doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0000000000002131

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Accuracy of self-reported height, body mass and derived body mass in a group of United States law enforcement officers.”  Published online August 2019 in the   Journal of Criminalistics and LawPDF of Self-Reported Height ArticlePDF File Opens in new window

Michele Mouttapa, Professor of Public Health, and   Jie Weiss, Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Design and Outcomes of a Community Trial to Increase Pap Testing in Pacific Islander Women.” Published online August 13, 2019 in   Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention   28:1–8.   https://doi.org/10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-18-1306

Melanie Horn Mallers, Professor of Human Services, co-authored a manuscript “Relational Savoring Reduces Physiological Reactivity and Enhances Psychological Agency in Older Adults.” Published August 11, 2019 in the   Journal of Applied Gerontology.   https://doi.org/10.1177/0733464819866972

Rachel Fenning, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, and   Jason Baker, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, co-authored a manuscript with their student, Jacquelyn Moffitt, titled “Sympathetic-Parasympathetic Interaction and Externalizing Problems in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Published ahead of print on August 9, 2019 in   Autism Research.   https://doi.org/10.1002/aur.2187

Tricia Kasamatsu, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Athletic Trainers' Practice Patterns Regarding Medical Documentation.” Published ahead of print on August 6, 2019 in the   Journal of Athletic Training.   https://doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-230-18

Ruth Mielke, Associate Professor of Nursing, authored a book chapter “Male Circumcision and Infection,” accepted August 2019 In: A. Zaghal (Ed.),   Circumcision. ISBN 978-1-83880-294-3

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with his students, Karly Cesario, Matthew Moreno, and Ashley Bloodgood, titled “Physical Characteristics by Sex and Age for Custody Assistants From a Law Enforcement Agency.” Published August 2019 in the   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 33(8):2223–2232.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29351159

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a review article “The Relationship between Lower-Body Strength and Power, and Load Carriage Tasks: A Critical Review.” Published August 2019 in the   International Journal of Exercise Science   12(6): 1001-1022.   https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijes/vol12/iss6/14

Alice Lee, Assistant Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript with her student, Emma Navajas, titled “Clear differences in ovarian cancer incidence and trends by ethnicity among Asian Americans.” Published August 2019 in   Cancer Epidemiology.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.canep.2019.06.005

Koren Fisher, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, authored a book chapter “Healthcare utilization,” published August 2019 In: Gu, D., Dupre, M. (eds)   Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging.   PDF of book chapterPDF File Opens in new window

Pablo Costa, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored the manuscript “Effects of Foam Rolling as a Recovery Tool in Professional Soccer Players.” Published August 2019 in the   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 33(8):2194–2201.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29016479

Pablo Costa, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with his student, Rachel Ruggieri, titled “Contralateral Muscle Imbalances and Physiological Profile of Recreational Aerial Athletes.” Published July 25, 2019 in the   Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology. 4:1-9.   https://doi.org/10.3390/jfmk4030049

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology, and   Lenny Wiersma, Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a book titled   FunDoRoo Un Programa De Actividad Física para Familias (Spanish Edition). Published July 25, 2019 and available through Amazon Digital Services LLC. Amazon Standard Identification Number: B07VR291DP

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with his students, Ashley Bloodgood, Karly Cesario, and Matthew Moreno, titled “Effects of Sex and Age on Physical Testing Performance for Law Enforcement Agency Candidates: Implications for Academy Training.” Published ahead of print on July 24, 2019 in the   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31356509

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Metabolic implications of low muscle mass in the pediatric population: a critical review.” Published online July 23, 2019 in   Metabolism.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.metabol.2019.153949

Toby Rider, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, and   Matthew Llewellyn, Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Barbarians, Bridge Builders, and Boycott: The British Sports Council’s Fact-Finding Mission to South Africa.” Published online July 19, 2019 in   The International Journal of the History of Sport.   https://doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2019.1634553

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology,   Lenny Wiersma, Professor of Kinesiology, and Debra Rose, Chair and Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a book titled   FunDoRoo Early Discoveries: Home-based Active Play for Parents and Youth. Published July 15, 2019 and available through Amazon Digital Services LLC. Amazon Standard Identification Number: B07VC9Q1QZ

Christa Greenfader, Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, authored a book chapter “Building executive function skills with arts activities.” Published July 12, 2019 In: Brouillette, L. (Author),   Arts integration in diverse K-5 classrooms   (pp. 107-120). EBook ISBN: 9780807777985.

Jennifer Piazza, Associate Professor of Public Health, co-authored a manuscript “Adverse childhood experiences and coping strategies: Identifying pathways to health resiliency.” Published online July 9, 2019 in the   Journal of Anxiety, Stress and Coping.   https://doi.org/10.1080/10615806.2019.1638699

Daniela Rubin, Professor of Kinesiology, and   Lenny Wiersma, Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a book titled   FunDoRoo: A Home-Based Physical Activity Program for Families. Published July 9, 2019 and available through Amazon Digital Services LLC. Amazon Standard Identification Number: B07V3G86QZ

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with his students, Matthew Moreno, Karly Cesario, and Katherine Balfany, titled “Relationship Between the 20-m Multistage Fitness Test and 2.4-km Run in Law Enforcement Recruits.” Published ahead of print on July 1, 2019 in the   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31268997

Ruth Mielke, Associate Professor of Nursing, co-authored an article “When disaster strikes in rural America - call the midwife!” Published July 2019 in the   Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 33 (3), 205-208.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31335844

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript “Relationship Between Body Mass, Peak Power, and Power-to-Body Mass Ratio on Sprint Velocity and Momentum in High-School Football Players.” Published July 2019 in the   Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 33(7):1871–1877.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30124563

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with his students, Matthew Moreno and Karly Cesario, titled “Lower-body Power and its Relationship with Body Drag Velocity in Law Enforcement Recruits.” Published July 2019 in the   International Journal of Exercise Science   12(4): 847-858.   https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijes/vol12/iss4/11

Robert Lockie, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored an article with his students, Megan McGuire and Matthew Moreno, titled “Practical Exercise Programming for Wildland Fire Suppression Aids.” Published July 2019 in   TSAC Report. 54: 22-35.

Manal Alatrash, Assistant Professor of Nursing, authored the manuscript “Prevalence, Perceived Benefits, and Perceived Barriers Regarding Breast Cancer Screening Among Three Arab American Women Subgroups.” Published ahead of print on June 28, 2019 in the   Journal of Transcultural Nursing.   https://doi.org/10.1177/1043659619859058

Michelle Martin, Assistant Professor of Social Work, authored an article “What keeps diaspora from contributing to peace processes? Exploring diaspora online narratives of homeland conflict.” Published online June 24, 2019 in   Diaspora Studies.   https://doi.org/10.1080/09739572.2019.1635389

Jason Baker, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, and   Rachel Fenning, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, co-authored a manuscript with their student, Jacquelyn Moffitt, titled “A Cross-Sectional Examination of the Internalization of Emotion Co-regulatory Support in Children with ASD.” Published ahead of print on June 14, 2019 in the   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.   https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-019-04091-0

Derek Pamukoff, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, co-authored a manuscript with Associate Professors of Kinesiology,   Andrew Galpin   and   Melissa Montgomery, and CSUF graduate Joseph Gonzales, titled “Comparison of lower limb muscle architecture and geometry in distance runners with rearfoot and forefoot strike pattern.” Published ahead of print on June 6, 2019 in the   Journal of Sport Sciences   Oct; 37(19): 2184-2190.   https://doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2019.1626050

Fast Facts: Although the bilingual population in the United States is growing, little is known about how this increased linguistic diversity may impact children’s understanding of what language is and how it helps us communicate. However, recent evidence suggests that exposure to multiple languages in not only the home but also the community may predict children’s ability to talk about language. Such findings point to just one of the many ways in which changing demographics may shape language and cognitive development.” Natsuki Atagi (Child and Adolescent Studies) in Language Learning (2019).

Please submit scholarly activity to hhd@fullerton.edu