Thomas Draper, Professor
Department: Family Life
Office: 2102B JFSB
Ph.D. Developmental Psychology, Emory Univ. Happily married. Good children. Good children in-law. Good grandchildren. Good Church. Good colleagues. Life of the mind. Health.
Gerontology; Extreme longevity; research methods.
- American Association for the Advancement of Science
- Draper, T., & , H. (2014). Developmental Timing of the Male-Female Health-Survival Paradox. Perceptual & Motor Skills: Physical Development & Measurement, 119(2), 655-660.
- Draper, T., Christie, H., & Moore, C. (2013). Designating longevity hotspots: Cautions concerning. Psychological Reports: Mental & Physical Health, 112(1), 1-6.
- Draper, T. (2012). Is There a Hidden Longevity Zone in Utah?. Gerontological Society of America, 1.
- Draper, T. (2012). Gender and longevity. Proceedings International Society for the Study of Behaviorual Development, 1.
- Hawkins, A., Dollahite, D., & Draper, T. (2012). Successful Marriages and Families: Proclamation Principles and Research Perspectives. Successful Marriages and Families: Proclamation Principles and Research Perspectives, 371.
- Draper, T. (2010). Utah exceptionalism. First Things, 203, 4.
- Draper, T. (2010). Paradoxical Geographic Variation in Psychological and Behavioral Characteristics Measured at the State-level. In Paradoxical Geographic Variation in Psychological and Behavioral Characteristics Measured at the State-level (pp. 23). Washington DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science.
- Draper, T., Holman, T., Grandy, S. R., & Blake, W. W. (2009). Individual, Demographic and Family Correlates of Romantic Attachments in a Group of Young American Adults: Psychological Reports. Ammons Scientific.