Martha Van Rensselaer Hall (3M402)
Elliott G. Smith, Ph.D., is a developmental psychologist with methodological expertise in experimental psychology and statistical analysis and content specialization in child maltreatment and child welfare. He is a Research Associate at Cornell University within the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research where he serves as Statistician and CARE Data Specialist for the Residential Child Care Project. In his research, Smith evaluates the evidence for the effectiveness of the CARE program model. His implementation efforts center around providing quantitative data back to practice professionals in ways that is approachable, motivating, and actionable. His published research has appeared in numerous journals, including Child Welfare, Developmental Psychology, Journal of the American Medical Association, Pediatrics, and Prevention Science.
PhD in Developmental Psychology, Cornell University, 1998
MS in Experimental Psychology, Villanova University, 1991
AB in Psychology, Davidson College, 1988