Adam received his BS in Family Life in 2012 from BYU, his MS in Family and Human Development in 2014 from Arizona State University, and his PhD in Family and Human Development in 2017 from Arizona State University.
Research InterestsFamily dynamics underlying adolescents' development of competence and psychopathology; Gender development/socialization and implications for adolescents' psychosocial and academic adjustment with focus on STEM outcomes;
Teaching InterestsResearch Methodology
- PhD, Family and Human Development , Arizona State University (2017)
- MS, Family and Human Development , Arizona State University (2015)
- BS, Family Life , Brigham Young University (2012)
Honors and Awards
- 2019 Emerging Scholar Best Article, Journal of Youth and Adolescence (2019 - 2020)