Christina Cipriano Crowe, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Research Associate | Email meChristina Cipriano Crowe, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral research associate for the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. She is the project director for Yale’s Recognizing Excellence in Learning and Teaching (RELATE) Project, which looks at classrooms that serve students with various learning needs. Additionally, she is conducting research on adolescent transitions to middle school to better understand the effect of classroom quality on positive youth development. Christina’s research focuses on the intersection of research and practice in child development. She primarily examines longitudinal trajectories of micro family processes, school socialization pathways, and child academic and socioemotional outcomes, with particular emphasis on the cumulative developmental deprivation of poverty and low levels of education. Furthermore, Christina is using advanced statistical techniques to examine such trajectories. Christina received her undergraduate degrees in political science and education from Hofstra University. As a Cooke Fellow, Christina earned an Ed.M in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Certificate in Human Rights and International Justice from Boston College Law School, and a Ph.D. in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology from the Boston College Lynch School of Education.