Emerging Scholar Spotlight: Jordan Booker
Jordan A. Booker, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri. After completing his Ph.D. at Virginia Tech under the mentorship of Julie Dunsmore and Thomas Ollendick, Jordan went onto complete postdoctoral training with Robyn Fivush at Emory University. Jordan’s research interests address the development and implications of social and emotional adjustment, and he focuses on the rich transitions into early adolescence and out of late adolescence.
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Recently Spotlighted Emerging Scholars
Jordan Booker (April 2019)
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