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Edward Seidman

Edward Seidman, PhD

Dr. Seidman's research has examined the nature and course of the positive developmental trajectories of economically at-risk urban adolescents and how these trajectories are affected by the social contexts of family, peers, school, and neighborhood, and their interaction. As part of his work at the William T. Grant Foundation, he is interested in facilitating high quality theory, measurement, and intervention research that can lead to changes in policy and practice to improve youth-serving organizations.





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