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Masumi Iida

Masumi Iida

Masumi.Iida@asu.edu

Asst Professor
The Sanford School
Faculty
Mail Code: 3701

(480)965-6978

Bio

Assistant Professor, School of Social and Family Dynamics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Education

PhD in Social Psychology with a Quantitative Methods minor, New York University

CORE SCHOLARLY THEMES

Dynamical assessment and family dynamics

Research Interests

Masumi Iida’s research interests span several domains of social, health, and quantitative psychology. Her primary substantive interest lies in understanding stress, coping, and well-being, with emphases on dynamic processes and close relationships. Most of her research has concentrated on understanding the determinants and consequences of social support using a daily diary method. Her work on social support seeks 1) to examine the situational determinants of support provision and 2) to investigate the context and situations in which receiving support has positive outcomes. Her research also focuses on individuals’ responses to challenging situations by examining daily coping mechanisms. Research in this area poses multiple data-analytic challenges. The complexities associated with longitudinal and dyadic data require a deep understanding of quantitative methods designed to model statistical dependency. She has developed skills in the use of multilevel statistical methods that enable researchers to simultaneously model within- and between-unit effects allowing for the study of dynamic (longitudinal) and dyadic data.

Courses

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
CDE 591 Seminar
FAS 390 Supervised Research Experience
SOC 390 Social Statistics I

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
FAS 598 Special Topics

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 390 Social Statistics I

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
EDP 598 Special Topics
FAS 598 Special Topics

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 390 Social Statistics I

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 390 Social Statistics I

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Iida, M., Stephens, M. A. P., Franks, M. M., & Rook, K. S.. Chronic illness and relationship functioning: A dyadic diary study of older couples managing type II diabetes.. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2013).

  2. Stephens, M. A. P., Franks, M. M., & Rook, K. S., Iida, M., Hemphill, R. A. & Salem, J. K.. Spouses’ attempts to regulate day-to-day dietary adherence among patients with type 2 diabetes.. Health Psychology (2013).

  3. Book chapter: Johnson, K. L., & Iida, M.. Person (mis)perception? On the biased representation of the human body.. People Watching: Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception.. Oxford University Press. (2013).

  4. Johnson, K. L., Iida, M., Tassinary, L. G.. Person (Mis)Perception: Functionally biased sex categorization of bodies.. Proceedings of the Royal Sciences B - Biological Sciences (2012).

  5. Book chapter: Iida, M., Shrout, P. E., Laurenceau, J. P., & Bolger, N. Using diary methods in psychological research. APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology: Vol. 1. Foundations, Planning, Measures and Psychometrics. American Psychological Association (2012).

  6. Iida, M., Stephens, M. A. P., Rook, K. S., Franks, M. M., & Salem, J. K. When the going gets tough, does support get going? Determinants of support provision from spouses of Type 2 diabetic patients. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2010).

  7. Stephens, M. A. P., Rook, K. S., Franks, M. M., Khan, C. M., & Iida, M. Spouses use of social control to improve diabetic patients’ dietary adherence.. Families, Systems and Health (2010).

  8. Zaider, T. I., Heimberg, R. G., & Iida, M.. Anxiety disorders and intimate relationships: A study of daily processes in couples. Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2010).

  9. Book chapter: Shrout, P. E., Bolger, N., Iida, M., Burke, C. T., Gleason, M. E. J., & Lane, S. P.. The Effects of Daily Support Transactions During Acute Stress: Results From a Diary Study of Bar Exam Preparation. Support Processes in Intimate Relationships. Oxford University Press (2010).

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Presentations

  1. Bradley, R. H., Pennar, A. L., & Iida, M. Examining developmental shifts in parent-child interactions from early through middle childhood.. The Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting. (Apr 2013).
  2. Iida, M., Pennar, A. L., & Bradley, R. H. Understanding the relation between mothers’ characteristics and parenting behaviors across time.. The Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting. (Apr 2013).
  3. Pennar, A. L., Iida, M., & Bradley, R. H. Understanding the relation between fathers’ characteristics and parenting behaviors across time.. The Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting. (Apr 2013).
  4. Ford, A., Shapiro, A., & Iida, M. Associations of Health and Marital Satisfaction over the Transition to Parenthood. National Council on Family Relations, 74th Conference. (Nov 2012).
  5. Yorgason, J. B., Franks, M., Iida, M., Hemphill, R., Stephens, M. A. P., & Rook, K.S. Management of Diabetes in Later life Couples: Using Dyadic Data from Multiple "Bursts" or Waves of Daily Diaries to Explore Change across Time. National Council on Family Relations. (Nov 2010).

Service

  1. Journal of Applied Communication Research, Ad Hoc Reviewer (2013 - present)
  2. National Council on Family Relations, Panel Discussant (2012 - present)