Dr. Grace Paradis

Assistant Professor
Phone: 209-667-3685
Email: gparadis@csustan.edu

Dr. Paradis received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Montana (2011). She has been a part of the Child Development program since August, 2012.

Teaching Interests: Development in childhood, language development, research methods

Research Interests: parent-child relationships, attachment relationships throughout the lifespan, language development (including Deafness) and use in the context of parent-child interactions, influences of media on children, and how current technological trends affect various aspects of development

Courses Taught:

  • CDEV 3040: Child Development in Cultural Context
  • CDEV/PSYC 3140: Human Development I: Childhood
  • CDEV/PSYC 3240: Human Development II: Adolescence
  • CDEV 3170: Early Cognitive Development
  • CDEV 4000: Research Methods in Child Development
  • CDEV 4200: Multi-Contextual Aspects of Parenting and Families
  • CDEV 4380: Language & Literacy Development
  • PSYC 3310: Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSYC 4120: Research Seminar in Human Development

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