Skip directly to: Navigation for this section | Main page content

Human Development Graduate Group

  • Photo: Alternate description of photo goes here

    Ann Mastergeorge

    Associate Adjunct Researcher of Human Development and Family Studies
    Associate Professor & Early Childhood Extension Specialist, Norton School of Consumer and Family Sciences, University of Arizona.
    At UCD since:2002
    Interests: Biological, Cognitive, Social-Emotional, Family, School, Health & Mental Health, Prevention Research
    Life Phases: Infancy, Early Childhood, Middle Childhood

  • Research Interests
    Developmental trajectories in infant and young children with typical and atypical development, issues in classroom inclusion for children with disabilities, and problem-solving/collaborative learning environments in middle childhood.

    Selected Publications

    Knapp P, Ammen S, Artein-Kerlake C, Mastergeorge A. (2006) (in press). Relationship-based Interventions for Young Children in Public Health Settings. To appear in the Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

    O’Neill, HF, Abedi J, Miyoshi J, Mastergeroge A. (2005). Monetary Incentives for Low-Stakes Tests. Educational Assessment, 10(3): 185-208.

    Webb N, Mastergeorge A. (2003). Promoting Effective Helping Behavior in Peer-Directed Groups. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(1): 73-.

    Webb N, Mastergeorge A. (2003). The Development of Student’s Learning in Peer-Directed Small Groups. Cognition and Instruction, 21(4): 361-428.

    Mastergeorge A, Rogers S, Corbett B, Solomon M. (2003). Nonmedical Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorders. In S. Ozonoff, S. Rogers & R. Hendren (Eds.). Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Research Review for Practitioners, pp. 130-160. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.