Teaching is my passion. At the University of Arizona I have had the opportunity to teach or co-teach the following courses:
I have also had the opportunity to be a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the following courses at the University of Arizona:
I have also been privileged to guest lecture on a variety of topics including marriage, identity, attachment theory, and siblings.
Recently I was fortunate to complete the Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) Graduate Certification in College Teaching.
During my first two years at the University of Arizona I was the project manager for the National Science Foundation funded research project The Emergence of Cyberbullying from Middle Childhood to Adolescence: A Prospective Longitudinal Study, with principal investigators Dr. Sheri Bauman and Dr. Noel Card. This project was a three year longitudinal study examining technology use, peer aggression and victimization, cyber aggression and victimization in adolescent students in three school districts of Southern Arizona, their parents, and their teachers. For the final wave of data collection I created a new model measuring sibling aggression and victimization.
My master's thesis explored the relationship between peer aggression and sibling aggression. I look forward to analyzing data related to sibling relationships, particularly among emerging adults.
I am currently in my fourth year of graduate studies at the University of Arizona. My research is largely informed by my personal history and experiences. I grew up in a small Utah community as the youngest of nine children. I lived in South Korea for two years as a missionary and found the cultural differences to be very influential. I married into a multi-racial family (Peruvian/American) in 2009. My wife and my young daughter teach me the most about the importance of family and quality family relations.
Updated May 2015
Coyne, S.M., Jensen, A.C., Smith, N.J., & Erickson, D.H. (2016). Super Mario brothers and sisters: Associations between coplaying video games and sibling conflict and affection. Journal of Adolescence, 47, 48-59.
Erickson, D.H., Hollifield, C., Butler, E.A., Conger, K.J. (March, 2015). From warmth to conflict: The role of siblings in adolescent self-esteem. Poster presentation at the 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Bienniel Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Topcu, C., Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A., Bauman, S.A., & Erdur-Baker, Ö (2014). Parental monitoring of online activity among Turkish and American adolescents. Oral presentation submitted at the biannual meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Izmir, Turkey.
Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A., & Bauman, S.A. (2014). From the backyard to the schoolyard; Influences of sibling aggression on peer aggression. Poster presentation at the 2014 Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX.
Bauman, S.A., Card, N.A., Erickson, D.H., Williams, T. (March, 2014). Teachers and cyberbullying: Views and comparisons to students. Paper presentation at the 2014 Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX.
Erickson, D.H., Card, N.A. & Bauman, S.A. (2013). Parenting in cyberspace: What parents know and what they don’t. Poster presentation at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Topcu, C., Card, N.A., Bauman, S.A. & Erickson, D.H. (2013). Self-other discrepancies in reports of cyberaggression and cybervictimization. Paper presented at symposium at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Bauman, S.A., Card, N.A., Erickson, D.H., & Williams, T. (2012). Highlights from Wave 1 Data: A Prospective Longitudinal Study of the Emergence of Cyberbullying from Childhood to Adolescence. Presentation at COST IS0801 International Conference on Cyberbullying, Paris, France.
Erickson, D.H. & Day, R.D. (2011). Fathers of flourishing families. Poster presented at the anual conference of the Pacific Sociologial Association, Seattle, WA.