Carol Johnston is a doctoral student in Human Development and Family Studies at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her research interests include the study of social networks and peer relationships within adolescence, both within social contexts and over time, as well as gender as it shapes parenting behaviors. Her current projects focus on (a) identification of factors that shape mothers’ management of the friendships of early adolescent boys versus girls and (b) examining physiological stress reactivity as impacting the manner in which adolescents respond to stress within peer relationships. She holds an MS in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University.

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