Lynn Hernandez's primary research interests focus on the development of culturally appropriate prevention and intervention programs for adolescents of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds. She also has interests in examining the protective role that ethnocultural and psychosocial variables play in adolescents' behavioral trajectories, and how these protective factors can improve adolescents' response to psychosocial treatments.
Lynn Hernandez received her doctoral degree from Florida International University in Lifespan Developmental Psychology in 2007. Her primary research interests focus on the development and implementation of interventions for adolescents of diverse ethnic/racial backgrounds engaging in risk behaviors. She also has interests in understanding the roles that psychosocial and ethnocultural variables play in adolescents' risk behavior trajectories and how this knowledge can inform the development of both developmentally and culturally appropriate interventions.
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