Yoshie Sano, Ph.D.
of Human Development
Family well-being of low-income households including family health, access to healthcare, food security, economic well-being, and parenting. My current research projects include a multi-state longitudinal research project, Rural Families Speak about Health, which examines interactions of individual, family, community, and policy contexts on the mental, physical, and dental health of diverse rural, low-income families and Core Health Message Project, which creates and disseminates culturally appropriate health messages to rural, low-income mothers.
- Families in Poverty
- Rural Families
- Food Insecurity
- Health issues
- Family Relations
- Ph.D. 2005 Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University
- M.A. 1997 Psychology, University of Oregon
- B.A. 1993 Psychology, Sophia University, Japan.