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Dr. Oxford is interested in parenting practices and how parenting directly and indirectly influences child outcomes. Child-specific outcomes of interest, especially for families who are vulnerable or who face challenges in their parenting because of internal or external stressors, include developmental delay and social-emotional regulatory and behavioral problems. Oxford's current work focuses on developing and evaluating attachment-based social work intervention practices designed to minimize adverse effects on child development due to child maltreatment. Related efforts are underway to translate intervention findings into services and training programs for social service providers, early intervention specialists, home-visiting professionals, and nurses.
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