Shaina Trevino, Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the HEDCO Institute for Evidence-Based Educational Practice. She is also a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Prevention Science Institute. Dr. Trevino completed her doctorate in Prevention Science at the University of Oregon with a specialization in educational data science and quantitative research methods. As a quantitative methodologist, she has expertise in creating and implementing data quality solutions, data harmonization and analysis, and privacy preserving data publishing methods. Her scholarship focuses on evolutionary-developmental models of risk behaviors and aggression, intergenerational transmission of self- and emotion regulation, and violence prevention.
Ph.D., 2022, University of Oregon
Major: Prevention Science
Specialization: Educational Data Science and Quantitative Research Methods
Advisor: Nicole Giuliani, Ph.D.
M.S., 2018, University of Oregon
Major: Prevention Science
B.S., 2016, Southern Oregon University
Honors and Awards
2022 Minority Travel Award, Society for Prevention Research
2019 Doctoral Travel Award, College of Education, University of Oregon
2018-19 Promising Scholar Award, University of Oregon
Trevino, S. D. (2022). Disentangling the impact of prenatal and postnatal early life stress on pubertal timing and adolescent aggression (Order No. 29253431). Available from Dissertations & Theses @ University of Oregon; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I. (2700598335).
Trevino, S. D., Kelly, N. R., Budd, E. L., & Giuliani, N. R. (2021). Parent gender affects the influence of parent emotional eating and feeding practices on child emotional eating. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 654237.
Giuliani, N. R., Harrington, E. M., Trevino S. D. (2021). Specificity of parental influences on early childhood self-regulation across multiple domains. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 76, 101330.
Walden, E., Hamilton, J., Harrington, E., Lopez, S., Onofrietti-Magrassi, A., Mauricci, M., Trevino, S., Giuliani, N., & McIntyre, L. L. (2021). Intergenerational trauma: Assessment in biological mothers and preschool children. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 1-11.
Todahl, J. L., Schnabler, S., Barkhurst, P. D., Ratliff, M., Cook, K., Franz, D., Schwartz, S., Shen, F., & Trevino, S., (2021). Stewards of Children: A qualitative study of organization and community impact. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 30(2) 1-21.
Harrington, E. M., Trevino S. D., Lopez, S., & Giuliani, N. R. (2020). Consequences of emotion regulation in early childhood: Implications for socioemotional competence and school readiness. Emotion, 20(1), 48.
Krause, M. A., Trevino, S., Cripps, A., Chilton, K., & Taylor, J. P. (2019). Inclusive fitness does not impact the survival processing effect. Animal Behavior and Cognition, 6 (1), 13-31.
Dr. Trevino’s current research is focused on understanding best practices for data sharing and conducting evidence synthesis reviews. In collaboration with the HEDCO Institute for Evidence-Based Educational Practice team, Dr. Trevino supports the development of workflows for rapid evidence synthesis data collection and analysis, as well as conducting systematic evidence reviews to encourage the use of evidence-based practices in K-12 education. Within the Prevention Science Institute, she is developing and implementing privacy preserving data publishing methods to de-identify school district and student microdata and archive it online for research use.