Robert Partridge

Robert Partridge

Associate Professor
Director, Research Design and Analysis Unit

(313) 577-2813

tpartrid@wayne.edu

5057 Woodward Ave, rm 8406

Detroit, MI 48202

Website(s)

https://www.adslabwsu.com/

Social media

Twitter: @RdaWsu

@wsu_adslab

Robert Partridge

Department

Psychology

Dr. Partridge is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology Wayne State University and the director of the Research, Design, and Analysis Unit at Wayne State University. His research interests include the influence of urban poverty on early childhood development, adolescent risk behaviors, developmental psychobiology, emotion regulation, early childhood literacy, longitudinal methods, complex adaptive systems, and relational developmental systems theory. Dr. Partridge also has over 20 years of experience in community-based research, public health and prevention interventions, and evaluation research

Research

Current Research Projects:

Evaluation of a Collaborative Community Based Intervention Testing Five Models of School Readiness Promotion in Urban Low-Income Communities (Funded through United Way of Southeast Michigan via a Social Innovation Fund Award from the Corporation for National and Community Service)

Evaluation of a Community Based Family Check-up Model Intervention to Support Families in Urban Low-Income Communities.(Funded through United Way of Southeast Michigan via a Social Innovation Fund Award from the Corporation for National and Community Service)

Mental and Physical Health Outcomes for Adolesents with Access to a School Based Health Center (In partnership with JFM Consulting and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services)

Developmental Experiences Across of Individuals Who Identify as Multi-racial or Multi-cultural: From Childhood to Emerging Adulthood

 

 

Education

  • Ph.D. (1999) Wichita State University
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship (1999-2001) University of Illinois at Chicago

Currently teaching

  • PSY 7400 Introduction to Lifespan Human Development (offered every fall semester)

    PSY 8740 Lognitudinal Data Anaylsis and Multilevel Modeling (offered every fall semester)

    PSY 8170 Structural Equation Modeling (offered every winter semester)

    PSY2400 Developmental Psychology (offered every winter semester)

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Courses taught

PSY2400 Developmental Psychology

PSY7400 Introduction to Lifespan Human Development

PSY8170 Structural Equation Modeling

PSY8740 Longitudianl Data Analysis and Multilevel Modeling