Anastasia Vogt Yuan
Department of Sociology
560 McBryde Hall
225 Stanger Street
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-5641 | email@example.com
Dr. Anastasia Vogt Yuan is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology.
- Racial-ethnic and immigrant generation differences in mental health across the life course.
- Racial differences in how mental health and violence is portrayed in the media.
- Social support, social relationships, and mental health.
- Sociology of Health
- Sociology of the Family
- Medical Sociology
- Quantitative Data Analysis
- Social Problems
- PhD, Ohio State University
- MA, University of Iowa
- BA, Grinnell College
- American Sociological Association
- Southern Sociological Society
- Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. (PI). "Racial Differences in Substance Abuse across the Life Course." CLAHS Faculty Research Grant. Source: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Spring-Summer 2005. $2,140.
- The E. Gordon Ericksen Outstanding Faculty Award. 2005. Department of Sociology. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship. Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research. Rutgers University. 2002-2004.
Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. In press. "Father-Child Relationships and Nonresident Fathers' Psychological Distress." Journal of Family Issues. Available through Online First at: http://jfi.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/03/21/0192513X14526394.full.pdf+html
Yucel, Deniz and Anastasia Vogt Yuan. 2015. "Do Siblings Matter? The Effect of Siblings on Socio-Emotional Development and Educational Aspirations among Early Adolescents." Child Indicators Research. 8:671-697.
Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2012. "Perceived Breast Development and Adolescent Girls' Psychological Well-Being." Sex Roles 66:790-806
Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2011. "Black-White Differences in Aging Out of Substance Use and Abuse." Sociological Spectrum 31:3-31.
Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2013. “Age Discrimination in the Workplace and Well-Being,” in Handbook of Unethical Work Behavior: Implications for Well-Being, edited by R. Giacalone and M. Promislo. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
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