Aviles, Ashleigh

Ashleigh I Aviles





Research advisor is Nancy Hazen (HDFS).

B.A., Columbia University, Psychology

Ashleigh's research interests include attachment theory, the socio-emotional development of children from infancy to early childhood, promoting positive parenting practices, and parent-child relationships in general. Currently, she is researching how emotional abuse affects the transmission of attachment orientations. 

Professional Conference Presentations

Aviles, A. I. & Hazen, N. (2018, July). Early signs of maternal and paternal role-reversed caregiving: Relations with toddler emotional regulation. Poster session to be presented at the biennial meeting of the International Congress of Infant Studies. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Teaching Assistant:

HDF 378: Theories of Child and Family Development

Graduate Assistant, Priscilla Pond Flawn Child and Family Laboratory:

Little Walnut Classroom (18 - 26 months old)

Crape Myrtle Classroom (3 - 4 years old)

Redbud Classroom (3 - 4 years old)