Ann Mastergeorge

Chairperson, Rockwell Endowed Child & Family Professor
Texas Tech University

Dr. Mastergeorge is a Professor and Department Chair in Human Development and Family Studies at Texas Tech University with expertise in early development in both typical and atypical populations. She holds the Rockwell Endowed Professorship and is a developmental scholar who studies health disparities, the impact of poverty on developmental outcomes, and prevention and early intervention strategies and outcomes for young children at risk for autism. She has published over 50 manuscripts in substantive areas related to early social communication, joint attention, and the impact of parenting on developmental outcomes for young children.

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