Noel A. Card

Professor


Curriculum Vitae: card-cv-for-website

 

Educational Background:

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Quantitative Psychology, University of Kansas, 2006
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, St. John’s University, 2004
B.A. Psychology, Michigan State University, 1997
B.S. Biochemistry, Michigan State University, 1996

Professional Interests:

  • Adolescent Development
  • Social Development
  • Peer Relations
  • Aggression and Peer Victimization
  • Meta-Analysis
  • Structural Equation Modeling
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • Dyadic Data Analysis

Selected Professional Accomplishments:

  • 2015-2021, Editor, Journal of Research on Adolescence
  • 2015, Elected member of the Society for Research Synthesis Methodology
  • 2012-2016, Program co-chair, Society for Research on Adolescence biennial meeting
  • 2011, Elected fellow of Division 5 (Quantitative and Qualitative Methods) of the American Psychological Association
  • 2010-2015, Associate editor, Developmental Psychology
  • 2009 – present, Program co-chair, Developmental Methods conferences (2012, 2014, 2016)
  • 2009, Elected member of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology
  • 2008-2011, Guest co-editor, Decade in Review (special issue of Journal of Research on Adolescence)

Selected Publications:

* denotes student co-author

  • Meter, D. J.*, & Card, N. A. (in press).  Identifying defenders of peer victimization.  Journal of Adolescence.
  • Casper, D. M.*, & Card, N. A. (in press).  Overt and relational victimization: A meta-analytic review of their overlap and associations with maladjustment.  Child Development.
  • Meter, D. J.*, & Card, N. A. (in press).  Stability of children and adolescents’ friendships: A meta-analytic review.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly.
  • Meter, D. J.*, & Card, N. A. (2015).  Defenders of victims of peer aggression: Interdependence theory and an exploration of individual, interpersonal, and contextual effects on the defender participant role.  Developmental Review, 38, 222-240.
  • Card, N. A., & Barnett, M. A. (2015).  Methodological considerations in studying individual and family resilience.  Family Relations, 64, 120-133.
  • Card, N. A. (2014).  Developmental methodology as a context for interdisciplinary dialogue in developmental science.  Developmental Psychology, 50, 1282-1284.
  • Card, N. A., & Casper, D. M.* (2013).  Meta-analysis and quantitative research synthesis.  In T. D. Little (Ed.), Oxford handbook of quantitative methods (pp. 701-717).  Oxford University Press.
  • Card, N. A. (2012).  Applied meta-analysis for social science research.  New York: Guilford.
  • Laursen, B., Little, T. D. & Card, N. A. (Eds.) (2012).  Handbook of developmental research methods.  New York: Guilford.
  • Card, N. A. (2011).  Toward a relationship perspective on aggression among schoolchildren: Integrating social cognitive and interdependence theories.  Special issue on theories of violence, Psychology of Violence, 1, 188-201.
  • Card, N. A. (2010).  Antipathetic relationships in child and adolescent development: A meta-analytic review and recommendations for an emerging area of study.  Developmental Psychology, 46, 516-529.
  • Card, N. A., & Hodges, E. V. E. (2010).  It takes two to fight in school too: A social relations model of the psychometric properties and relative variance of dyadic aggression and victimization in middle school.  Social Development, 19, 447-469
  • Card, N. A., Stucky, B. D.*, Sawalani, G. M.*, & Little, T. D. (2008).  Direct and indirect aggression during childhood and adolescence: A meta-analytic review of gender differences, intercorrelations, and relations to maladjustment.  Child Development, 79, 1185-1229.
  • Card, N. A., Selig, J. P.*, & Little, T. D. (Eds.) (2008).  Modeling dyadic and interdependent data in the developmental and behavioral sciences.  New York: Routledge.

Selected Presentations:

  • Card, N. A. (2016, July).  Keynote paper presentation for the Workshop of the Committee on Defining and Measuring Character and Character Education. National Academies of Sciences.
  • Card, N. A., et al. (2016, April).  The Ins and Outs of Publishing: A Conversation with the Editors.  Session at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, MD.
  • Poulin, J., Pigott, T., Dent, A., Taylor, J., & Card, N. A. (2016, April). Introduction to systematic review and meta-analysis.  Workshop at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association.
  • Card, N. A. (2015, March).  Discussant for A. Henneberger (chair), Advanced longitudinal methods for the study of adolescent development: Developmental applications and practical challenges.  Paper symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Card, N. A. (2013, September).  Methodological considerations in studying resilience.  Invited presentation at the Oklahoma State University conference, Interdisciplinary approaches to strengthening family and individual resilience, Tulsa, OK.
  • Card, N. A. (2013, April).  Discussant for W. Oh (chair), Relationships are complicated! Innovative methodological approaches to dyadic and longitudinal peer and family relationship data.  Paper symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, WA.
  • Card, N. A. (2013, January).  Using social relations models to investigate the dyadic nature of aggression among schoolchildren.  Invited presentation at the Network Perspectives on Criminology and Criminal Justice conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Card, N. A. (2011. August).  New developments in meta-analysis.  Invited address presented at the 119th annual convention of the American Psychological Association.
  • Card, N. A. (2011, May).  Longitudinal data in research on adolescence.  Presentation at the Society for Research on Adolescence / European Association for Research on Adolescence Summer School, Tucson, AZ.
Noel Card
Contact Information
Emailnoel.card@uconn.edu
Phone860 486-6125
Mailing Address348 Mansfield Rd U1058 Storrs, CT 06269