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 within the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research where he serves as the statistician for the Residential Child Care Project. In his research, Smith is focused on evaluation of program effectiveness and the science of practice improvement. Specific interests include feedback through data visualization, the role of administrative data in understanding the residential milieu, and statistical analyses of multi-level data in efficacy and effectiveness trials. His published research has appeared in numerous journals, including Children and Youth Services Review, Developmental Psychology, JAMA, Pediatrics, and Prevention Science.
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1998, PhD, Developmental Psychology, Cornell University
1991, MS, Experimental Psychology, Villanova University
1988, AB, Psychology, Davidson College