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Carrie A. Lloyd, PhD

Associate Professor, School of Education

Professor, School of Education


Area of Expertise:

  • Early Child Development
  • Effects of divorce and interparental conflict
  • Health education and promotion
  • Parenting practices that prevent psychopathology and maladjustment
  • Parent-child interactions 


  • Ph.D., Northern Illinois University
  • Graduate Certificate in Advanced Quantitative Methodology, Northern Illinois University
  • M.A., Arizona State University
  • B.S., Arizona State University 


Infant behaviors that influence mothers’ provision of responsive and directive behaviors 

Selected Publications:

  • Infant behaviors influence mothers’ provision of responsive and directive behaviors. Infant Behavior and Development, 2014
  • A new sexual education program: Evaluation of effectiveness. American Journal of Social Sciences, Arts, and Literature, 2014
  • Infants' behaviors as antecedents and consequents of mothers' responsive and directive utterances. FirstLanguage, 2013
  • Anxiety, self-efficacy, and college exam grades. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2013

Selected Professional Experience:

  • Associate Editor of the ToPIX page Student Online Academic Research Library for the Society for the Teaching in Psychology (STP) 
  • Advisory Panel Member of APA Online Psychology Laboratory (OPL) 
  • Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Adult Development
  • Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Instructional Research
  • Research Analyst, Arizona State University