Center for Family and Demographic Research
Associate Professor Family and Consumer Sciences
Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1999
Professor Landry-Meyer's research addresses family gerontology issues with special focus on grandparent and kinship care, family policy with a focus on domestic violence, and collaborative practice within formal social service delivery systems. She has NIH/NIA funding to study multicultural grandparents and the care they provide grandchildren in the context of the public education system
Stelle, C., Fruhauf, C.A., Orel, N., Landry-Meyer, L. (2010). Grandparenting in the 21st century: Issues of diversity in grandparent-grandchild relationships. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 53, 682-701.
Orel, N., Landry-Meyer, L., & Spence, M. (2007). Women’s caregiving careers and retirement: Financial in security, Adultspan, 6(1), 49-62.
Brown, S. & Landry-Meyer, L. (2007). An ecological approach to high school students’ school food choice, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, 25(1), 34-44.
Gerard, J.M., Landry-Meyer, L., & Roe, J.G. (2006). Grandparents raising grandchildren: The role of social support in coping with caregiving challenges. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 62(4), 359-383.
Landry-Meyer, L., Gerard, J.M., & Guzell, J.R. (2005). Caregiver stress among grandparents raising grandchildren: The functional role of social support. Marriage and Family Review, 37, 171-190.
Guzzell-Roe, J.R., Gerard, J.M., & Landry-Meyer, L. (2005). Custodial grandparents’ perceived control over caregiving outcomes: Raising children the second time around. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3, 43-62.