Justin Dyer

Justin Dyer
Justin Dyer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Family Life, Brigham Young University
M.S. and Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Justin’s work has concentrated on father involvement in non-normative and highly stressful contexts (i.e., incarceration and families of children with disabilities). He also examines the measurement of father involvement with a particular emphasis on quantitative methodologies.

Dyer, W. J., Day, R. D., & Harper, J. M. (2013). Wrestling Proteus: Assessing the varying nature of father involvement across contexts. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75, 837-857.

Dyer, W. J., Pleck, J. H., & McBride, B. A. (2012). Using mixture regression to identify varying effects: A demonstration with paternal incarceration. Journal of Marriage and Family, 74(5), 1129-1148.

Dyer, W. J., Pleck, J. H., & McBride, B. A. (2012). Imprisoned fathers and their family relationships: A 40-year review from a multi-theory view. Journal of Family Theory and Review, 4, 20-47.

Dyer, W. J., McBride, B. A., Santos, R. M., & Jeans, L. M. (2009). A longitudinal examination of fathers’ involvement with children with disabilities: Does timing of diagnosis matter? Journal of Early Intervention, 31, 265-281.



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