Corinna Jenkins Tucker

Professor, Human Development and Family Studies
Senior Faculty Fellow


Corinna Jenkins Tucker, PhD, CFLE, is a professor of human development and family studies and a Carsey Senior Faculty Fellow. Corinna received her doctorate degree in human development and family studies from the Pennsylvania State University in 1998 and joined the faculty at the University of New Hampshire in 2000. Her primary research interests include examining the links between relationships with siblings and parents and mental and physical well-being, connections between family relationship experiences, and contextual differences in familial experiences during childhood, adolescence, and emerging adulthood. As a Carsey faculty fellow, Corinna’s work for the Carsey Center for Rural Youth consists of being a co-investigator on the Panel Study of Coös County Youth and analyzing Add Health data.


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