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Anna Gassman-Pines, Associate Professor of Sanford School of Public Policy and Psychology and Neuroscience and Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI's Population Research Center and Affiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy  

Office Location: 234 Rubenstein Hall, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 613-7301
Duke Box: 90312
Email Address: agassman.pines@duke.edu
Web Page: file:///Users/cj124/Downloads/Anna_Gassman-Pines_CV_July2016.pdf

Areas of Expertise

  • Social Policy
    • Child well-being
    • Economic Inequality and Poverty
    • Gender

Education:
Ph.D., New York University, 2007
M.A., New York University, 2004
B.A., Yale University, 1999

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Gassman-Pines, A; Gibson-Davis, CM; Ananat, EO. "How Economic Downturns Affect Children's Development: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Pathways of Influence." Child Development Perspectives 9.4 (December, 2015): 233-238. [repository], [doi]
  2. Gassman-Pines, A; Bellows, L. "SNAP Recency and Educational Outcomes." (November, 2015).  [abs]
  3. Gassman-Pines, A. "Effects of Mexican Immigrant Parents' Daily Workplace Discrimination on Child Behavior and Family Functioning.." Child Development (April, 2015). [doi]  [abs]
  4. Gassman-Pines, A. "Effects of Mexican immigrant parents’ daily workplace discrimination on child behavior and family functioning.." Child Development 86 (2015): 1175-1190. [doi]
  5. Gassman-Pines, A; Ananat, EO; Gibson-Davis, CM. "Effects of statewide job losses on adolescent suicide-related behaviors.." American journal of public health 104.10 (October, 2014): 1964-1970. [repository], [doi]  [abs]

Curriculum Vitae

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Anna Gassman-Pines is Associate professor of public policy and psychology and neuroscience at Duke University. She is also Faculty Affiliate of Duke’s Center for Child and Family Policy. Gassman-Pines received her BA with distinction in Psychology from Yale University and PhD in Community and Developmental Psychology from New York University. Her research focuses on low-wage work, family life and the effects of welfare and employment policy on child and maternal well-being in low-income families. Her research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, American Psychological Association, National Head Start Association, and National Institute of Mental Health, and various private foundations.

Bio/Profile
Anna Gassman-Pines is an assistant professor of public policy and psychology and neuroscience at Duke University. She is also Faculty Affiliate of Duke’s Center for Child and Family Policy. Gassman-Pines received her BA with distinction in Psychology from Yale University and PhD in Community and Developmental Psychology from New York University. Her research focuses on low-wage work, family life and the effects of welfare and employment policy on child and maternal well-being in low-income families. Her research has been supported by grants from the American Psychological Association, National Head Start Association, and National Institute of Mental Health.

Current Ph.D. Students  

Anna Gassman-Pines