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Current program: Ph.D., Family Science
M.A., Family Social Science - University of Minnesota
B.S., Youth, Adult, Family Services - Purdue University
Kayla is interested in research on families who have used non-traditional methods to add children to their families, including both adoptive families and families who have conceived children using assisted reproductive technologies. In particular, she is interested in the interplay of family interactions and child adjustment in these family forms. Kayla also has a strong interest in quantitative research methodology and statistical methods, with an interest in teaching research methods.
- Anderson, K. N. & Rueter, M. A. (November, 2013). Acknowledging Differences: Do Adoptive Family Interactions Matter? Paper presentation at the 75th Annual National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, USA.
- Anderson, K. N., Rueter, M. A., Koh, B. D., Connor, J. J., Koerner, A. F., & Damario, M. (October, 2013). Outcomes of ART Multiples and their Families: A Look at Middle Childhood. Paper presentation at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA.
- Rueter, M. A., Connor, J. J., Pasch, L., Anderson, K. N., Koerner, A. F., & Damario, M. (October, 2013). Disclosure, family communication context, and family outcomes after fertility treatment. Paper presentation at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA.
- Anderson, K. N., Rueter, M. A., Lee, R. M., & Kim, O. (July, 2013). Shared fate and adopted adolescent adjustment: Implications for acknowledging racial and ethnic difference. Paper presentation at the International Conference on Adoption Research, Bilbao, Spain.