Noel Card, PhD

Professor, Human Development and Family Studies (Affiliate)

Research Overview

My research interests are in developmental science and quantitative methods, and especially at the interface of these disciplines. My developmental interests are broadly within the domain of child and adolescent social development, with specific interest in aggression and peer victimization. My quantitative interests are primarily in meta-analysis, with additional interests in structural equation modeling, analysis of longitudinal data, and analysis of interdependent data.


2004 – 2006 Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Kansas.
Emphasis: Quantitative Psychology.
Advisor: Todd D. Little.
2004 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, St. John’s University.
Emphasis: Developmental Psychology.
Advisor: Ernest V. E. Hodges.
Dissertation: Common targets for aggression and common sources of victimization among friends: Processes of selection and socialization over time.
2001 M.A. Clinical Psychology, St. John’s University.
Advisor: Ernest V. E. Hodges.
Thesis: Who aggresses against whom?: An examination of aggressors and victims in a school setting.
1997 B.A. Psychology, Michigan State University.
1996 B.S. Biochemistry, Michigan State University

Recent Publications

Contact Information
Mailing Address303 E Family Studies Building
348 Mansfield Road
Storrs, CT 06269