Owen, Margaret Tresch
Margaret Owen holds the endowed Robinson Family professorship and serves as the Director of the Center for Children and Families. Dr. Owen's research focuses on children's development in the context of family relationships and the implications of maternal employment and early child care experiences for children's development and family relationships.
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Family Income Trajectory During Childhood is Associated with Adiposity in Adolescence: A Latent Class Growth Analysis Background: Childhood socioeconomic disadvantage has been linked with obesity in cross-sectional research, although less is known about how changes in socioeconomic status influence the development of obesity. Researchers ...