Sara Nozadi's training is in Child Development with a focus on Measurement and Statistics. She received her PhD in 2014 from Arizona State University.

Personal Statement

My research is focused on the interplay between children's individual characteristics, and contextual and environmental factors such as home context, parenting, exposure to environmental toxins, in predicting children's socioemotional and cognitive development.

Areas of Specialty

Social and Emotional Development
Eye-tracking Experiments
Community Research
Structural Equation Modeling
Longitudinal data analysis


PhD, Arizona State University, 2014


  • English

Courses Taught

Research Methods
Infant Development
Parent-child interactions