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Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.
Associate Research Scientist, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison
Dr. Fomby studies how family instability affects child well-being, including how parents' choices and behaviors influence those of their children.
Fomby, Paula, Patrick Krueger, and Nicole Wagner. 2014. "Age at childbearing over two generations and grandchildren's cognitive achievement." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35: 71-88. DOI. Abstract.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeffrey A. Dennis. 2012. "Racial/Ethnic Differences in Extended Household Transitions in Early Childhood." Social Science Research, 41(5): 1152-1165. DOI. Abstract.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeffrey A. Dennis. 2011. "Who Matters for Children’s Early Development? Race/Ethnicity and Extended Household Structures in the United States." Child Indicators Research, 4(3): 389-411. PMCID: PMC3172319. Abstract.
Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay, Andrew J. Cherlin, Katarina Guttmannova, Paula Fomby, David C. Ribar, and Rebekah Levine-Coley. 2011. "Long-Term Implications of Welfare Reform for the Development of Adolescents and Young Adults." Children and Youth Service Review, 33(5): 678-688. PMCID: PMC3182830. DOI. Abstract.
Fomby, Paula, and Angela Estacion. 2011. "Cohabitation and Children’s Externalizing Behavior in Low-Income Latino Families." Journal of Marriage and Family, 73(1): 46-66. PMCID: PMC3173038. DOI. Abstract.