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Aviles, Ashleigh

Ashleigh I Aviles

Teaching Assistant - Priscilla Pond Flawn Child and Family Laboratory - Academic, Graduate Research Assistant
Human Dev & Family Sci


Research advisor is Nancy Hazen (HDFS).
ashleigh.aviles@utexas.edu


Office Location
SEA 2.410

Postal Address
The University of Texas at Austin
Human Dev and Family Sci, College of Natural Sciences
108 E. Dean Keeton St. A2702
SEA 1.142A
Austin, TX 78712

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)