Linda Pallock, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Practice
Family Studies and Human Development
650 N Park Ave
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0078
(520) 621-1724

Areas of Expertise

Adolescence and Young Adulthood


Cultural Identity

Social Inclusion

Research Focus

My research examines the influences of ethnic and American identity on the psychological well being of adolescents and emerging adults.  It also explores what it means to be American, attutidues towards who is considered American, and feelings of social acceptance.



Subjects Taught

FCSC 202 – Research Methods

FSHD 257 – Dynamics of Family Relationships

FSHD 323 – Infancy and Child Development

FSHD 377 – Adolescence

FSHD 384 – Leadership, Ethics, and Professional Practices

FSHD 413 – Issues in Aging

FSHD 427 – Resilience & Problems in Child and Adolescent Development

FSHD 447 – Sociocultural Contexts of Development 


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