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Janet E. Kuebli, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Experimental Program: Developmental
Department of Psychology

Courses Taught

Undergraduate: Disciplines & Practices in Psychology; Health & Social Sciences; Child Study & Observation, Developmental Psychology: Child; Graduate: Cognitive Development Seminar; Parenting & Child Development; Emotion Development; Teaching of Psychology Seminar


Ph.D., Emory University
M.A., Illinois State University
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Interests

Kuebli's research focuses on socialization processes in the family, including the socialization of children’s emotion understanding and behavior, family discourse and development, health/safety socialization, and the psychology of parenting.  She also studies the role of families in children’s science and math development, and their explanatory development.  Additionally, she applies developmental science as a community engaged scholar through partnering with local schools and organizations to better understand, enhance and assess children’s executive function and self-regulation capacities. 

Labs and Facilities

Child and Family Research Lab