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Andy Grogan-Kaylor
University of Michigan School of Social Work

Andy Grogan-Kaylor is an associate professor at the University of Michigan School of Social Work, and a research design and statistical methodologist at the Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Research and Training Center. His current research focuses on the effects of schools, neighborhood, and parenting on outcomes for children, such as aggression, anxiety, depression, academic outcomes, and substance use. Much of his current research agenda focuses on corporal punishment, and he has published several pieces using longitudinal or cross-national data, and advanced statistical methods indicating that parental use of corporal punishment is associated with increases in children’s antisocial behavior, anxiety and depression.

He has also worked with the William Davidson Institute’s BoP Initiative since 2008, providing expert advice and support regarding impact assessment research design and statistical analysis. He has experience and expertise in randomized clinical trials, meta-analysis, models for neighborhood and community effects, and models for analyzing the trajectory of growth and change. Professor Grogan-Kaylor also has experience with innovative techniques for visualizing data and communicating results to stakeholders.

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