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Fitzgerald Hiram Fitzgerald
University Distinguished Professor
Associate Provost University Outreach
Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychiatry; University of Michigan Medical School
Ph.D. University of Denver, Experimental Child Psychology 1967
Masters University of Denver, Experimental Psychology 1964
Bachelors Lebanon Valley College, Psychology, Biology 1962
Primary Program: Ecological-Community
22 Kellog Center
(517) 353-8977
fitzger9@msu.edu


Research Statement
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Dr. Fitzgerald’s research includes studies designed to evaluate the effectiveness of Early Head Start and/or Head Start programs on child development. This work includes a partnership with the Intertribal Council of Michigan, and participation on the national steering committee for American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start programs, the Native Children's Research Exchange, and the Nationall Training Center for Tribal Head Start. His research also focuses on fathers and child development, community engaged scholarship, etiology of alcoholism, and infant mental health. 



Research Publications    
  Title 
2013Fitzgerald, H. E., Farrell, P., Barnes, J. V., Belleau, A., Gerde, H., Thompson, N., Lee, K-S., Calcatera, M., & Parish, A. (2013). Wiba Anung: transformational change in Tribal Head Start. In H. E. Fitzgerald & J. Primavera (eds). Going public: Civic and community engagement (pp 137-161). East Lansing: MSU Press.
2013Fitzgerald, H. E., & Bockneck, E. L. (2013). Fathers, children, and the risk-resilience continuum. In. N. J. Cabrera, & C. S. tamis-LaMonda (eds). Handbook of father involvemen4t: Multidisciplinary perspectives. (2nd ed).. (Pp 168-185). new York: Routledge.
2013Blow, A., Ganoczy, D., Kees, M., Valenstine, m., Gorman, L., Marcus, S., Firtzgerald, H. E., & Chermack, S. (2013). Hazardous drinking and impact on family functioning in the first two months post deployment. Journal of Family Psychology, 27, 303-313.
2013Fitzgerald, H. E., Wong, M. M., & Zucker, R. A. (2013). Early origins of alcohol use and abuse: Mental representations, relataionships, and the risk-resilience contiuum. In N. Suchman, m. Pajulo & L. C. mayes (eds). Parenting and substance addiction: Developmental approaches to intervention (pp 126-155). New York: Oxford Univesity Press.
2013Fitzgerald, H. E., & Bradley, R. (2013). Paternal family relationships, child risk, and child outcomes. Family Science, 3, 141-144.
2013McKelvey, L. M., Burrow, N. A., Pemberton, J. L., Labory, J., Fitzgerald, H. E., & Bradley, R. H. (2013). Do supportive fathers moderate the effects of mothers' alcohol use on children's externalizing behavior problems? Family Science, 3 189-200.
2013Brophy-Herb, H., Martoccio, T., Hillaker, B., Stansbury, K., Harewood, T., Senechi, N., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2013). Profiles of low-income maternal well-being and family climate: Relations to toddler b oys' and girls' behaviors. Family Relations, 62, 326-430.
2012McKelvey, L. M., Bokony, P. A., Swindle, T., Conneers-Barrow, N. A., Schiffman, R. F., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2012). father teaching interactions with toddlers at risk: Impacts on child cognitive outcomes. Family Science, 2, 146-155.
2012Fitzgerald, H. E. & Farrell, P (2012). Fulfilling he promise: Creating a child develoment research agenda with Native Communities. Child Development Perspectives, 6, 75-78
2012Gerde, H. K., Barnes, J. V., Belleau, A., Rau, L., farrell, P. A., Parish, A., Calcatera, M., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2012). A systematic evaluation of the cultural content and langauge instruction in American Indian Head Start. Journal of American Indian Education. 51, 40-63.