Kristin Anderson Moore, PhD
Dr. Moore is a social psychologist. She has been with Child Trends since 1982, studying trends in child and family well-being, the effects of family structure and social change on children, the determinants and consequences of adolescent parenthood, the effects of welfare and welfare reform on children, and positive development.
- Senior Scholar and Program Area Co-Director, Child Trends
- PhD, 1975, University of Michigan, Sociology
- Hair, E.C., Moore, K.A., Hadley, A.M., Kaye, K., Day, R.D., and Orthner, D.K. (2009). Parent Marital quality and the parent-adolescent relationship: Effects on adolescent and young adult health outcomes. Marriage & Family Review, 45(2/3), 218-248.
- Moore, K.A., Vandivere, S., Lippman, L., McPhee, C., Bloch, M. (2007). Social Indicators Research, 84(3), 291-331.
- Moore, K. A., Vandivere, S. (2007). Longitudinal Indicators of the social context of families: Beyond the snapshot. Social Indicators Research, 83(1), 55-85.
- Moore, K.A. (2006). How can basic research on children and families be useful for the policy process? Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 52(2), 365-375.
- Manlove, J., Franzetta, K., Ryan, S. & Moore, K. A. (2006). Adolescent sexual relationships, contraceptive consistency, and pregnancy prevention approaches. In A. Booth & A. Crouter (Eds.), Romance and sex in adolescence and emerging adulthood: Risks and opportunities. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.