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					                                 ANASTASIA S. VOGT YUAN, Ph.D.
                                    Updated September 2010

Department of Sociology
560 McBryde Hall (0137)                                2507 Plymouth St.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute                         Blacksburg, VA 24060
and State University                                   (540) 951-2457
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0137                              E-mail: avy@vt.edu
(540) 231-5641

POSITIONS
      Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA
      Department of Sociology
              Associate Professor, 2010 – present
              Assistant Professor, 2004 – 2010

EDUCATION
     Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ
            Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and
            Aging Research. 2002 - 2004

       The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
             Ph.D., Sociology, 2002

       The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
             M.A., Sociology, 1997.

       Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA
              B.A., Sociology, 1994.

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
     Research Interests:                                          Teaching Interests:
   Mental Health                                                  Medical Sociology
   Childhood, Adolescence & the                                   Quantitative Data Analysis
     Life Course                                                   Sociology of the Family
   Family                                                         Social Problems


PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
     Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2010. “Body Perceptions, Weight Control Behavior, and Changes in
           Adolescents’ Psychological Well-Being Over Time: A Longitudinal Examination of
           Gender.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 39:927-939.

       Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2009. “Sibling Relationships and Adolescents’ Mental Health: The
             Interrelationship of Structure and Quality.” Journal of Family Issues 30:1221-1244.

       Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2008. “Exploring the Changes in Economic Hardship
             and Children’s Well-Being over Time: The “Linked Lives” of Parents and Children.”
             Advances in Life Course Research 13:321-41.

       Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2008. “Racial Composition of Neighborhood and Emotional
             Well-Being.” Sociological Spectrum 28:105-129.
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      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2007. “Perceived Age Discrimination and Mental Health.” Social
            Forces 86:291-312.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2007. “Gender Differences in the Relationship of Puberty with
            Adolescents’ Depressive Symptoms: Do Body Perceptions Matter?” Sex Roles: A
            Journal of Research 57:69-80.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. and Hayley A. Hamilton. 2006. “Stepfather Involvement and
            Adolescent Well-Being: Do Mothers and Nonresidential Fathers Matter?”
            Journal of Family Issues 27:1191-1213.

      Downey, Douglas B. and Anastasia S. Vogt Yuan. 2005. “Sex Differences in School
           Performance During High School: Puzzling Patterns and Possible Explanations.”
           The Sociological Quarterly 46:299-321.

PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
     Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Black-White Differences in Aging Out of Substance Use and
           Abuse.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Black-White Differences in Mental and Physical Health: The Role of
            Perceived Discrimination, Social Support, and Religion.”

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS (in last 10 years)
    The E. Gordon Ericksen Outstanding Faculty Award. 2005. Department of Sociology.
           Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. Principal Investigator. “Racial Differences in Substance Abuse
            across the Life Course.” CLAHS Faculty Research Grant. Source: Virginia
            Polytechnic Institute and State University. Spring-Summer 2005. $2,140.

      Postdoctoral Fellowship. Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging
            Research. Rutgers University. June 2002-June 2004.

      Award for Best Graduate Student Paper in Mental Health at the annual meetings of the
             Society for the Study of Social Problems meetings. 2001. Paper Title: “Race,
             Neighborhood, Social Support, and Adolescent Mental Health.” Anaheim, CA.

PAPERS IN PROGRESS
  Under Preparation for Submission to Journal
     Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Father-Child Relationships and Mental Health among
            Nonresidential Fathers.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Perceived Breast Development and Adolescent Girls’ Psychological
            Well-Being.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Racial-Ethnic Differences in Mental Health among Adolescents:
            Exploring the Role of SES, Religion, and Social Support.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Change and Continuity in Economic Hardship and Children’s Well-
            Being from Childhood to Young Adulthood.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Racial Matching and Perceptions of Neighborhood among
            Adolescents.”
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   Ongoing Research
      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Childhood Poverty and Adults’ Mental Health: Exploring Factors of
            Risk and Resiliency.”

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. “Neighborhood Context, Race, and Alcohol Abuse among
            Adolescents.”

PRESENTATIONS (in last 7 years)
     Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2010. “Change and Continuity in Economic Hardship and Children’s
           Well-Being from Childhood to Young Adulthood.” Paper presented at the annual
           meeting of the American Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2010. “Childhood Poverty and Adults’ Mental Health: Exploring
            Factors of Risk and Resiliency.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
            Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, GA.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2008. “Racial-Ethnic Differences in Psychosocial Resources and
            Mental Health among Adolescents.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
            American Sociological Association. Boston, MA.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2008. “Father-Child Relationships and Mental Health among
            Nonresidential Fathers.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern
            Sociological Society. Richmond, VA.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2007. “Age Discrimination and Mental Health.” Paper presented at
            the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York, NY.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2006. “Black-White Differences in Mental Health and Physical
            Health: The Role of Discrimination, Social Support, and Religion.” Paper presented at
            the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. Montreal, Canada.

      McLeese, Michelle F., Anastasia S. Vogt Yuan, and Michael Hughes. 2006. “Work Stress,
            Family Stress, and Substance Problems among Workers.” Paper presented at the
            annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. Montreal, Canada.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2005. “Racial Differences in Substance Abuse across the Life
            Course.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological
            Association. Philadelphia, PA.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2005. “Exploring the Changes in Economic Hardship and Children’s
            Mental Health over Time.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern
            Sociological Society. Charlotte, NC.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2004. “Body Image and Adolescent Emotional Well-Being:
            Considering the Effects of Gender and Race.” Paper presented at the Ninth
            International Conference on Social Stress Research. Montreal, Canada.

      Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2003. “Black-White Differences in Coping Resources and
            Adolescent Mental Health.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
            Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA.
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       Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2003. “Racial Matching and Perceptions of Neighborhood among
             Adolescents.” Paper presented at the Add Health Users Workshop. Bethesda, MD.

       Vogt Yuan, Anastasia S. 2003. “Sibling Relationships and Adolescent Mental Health.”
             Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society.
             Chicago, IL.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
     Occasional Peer Reviewer for:
           Social Forces, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Journal of Marriage and Family,
           Journal of Family Issues, Sex Roles, Journal of Adolescence, Journal for Research on
           Adolescence, Sociological Spectrum, Body Image

       Students Supervised (and graduated):
       M.S. Chair for:
             Elizabeth Hoeffel

       M.S. Co-Chair for:
             Michelle McLeese, Amanda Stanley, Amanda Valimont, and Peggy Wimmer.

       Ph.D. Committee member for:
             Nicole James Lucas, Virginia Rothwell, and Jeffrey Toussaint.

       M.S. Committee member for:
             Phil Latter, Ian Lovejoy, Corey MacDonald, J.P. Mason, Matthew McFarren,
             Jamie Spradlin, Ashley Tomisek, Adrienne Trier Bieniek, and Laquana Young.

       Professional Service and Involvement:
       Presider. 2010. Session, “Violence, Poverty, and Loss: Mental Health Effects and
              Interventions,” at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta,
              GA.

       Presider. 2005. Session, “A Life Course Perspective on Mental Health,” at the annual meeting
              of the American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, PA.

       Presider/Discussant. 2005. Session, “Mental Health and Well-Being,” at the annual meeting
              of the Southern Sociological Association. Charlotte, NC.

       Presider/Discussant. 2005. Session, “Gender Issues among Teens, Young Adults, College
              Students, and University Faculty and Staff,” at the annual meeting of the Southern
              Sociological Society. Charlotte, NC.

       Presider. 2003. Session, “Causes and Consequences of Mental Health Problems,” at the
              annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA.

       Member:
            American Sociological Association (ASA) since 1994
            Sociology of Mental Health section of the ASA since 1999
            Medical Sociology section of the ASA since 2005
            Southern Sociological Society since 2005

				
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