Faculty profile: Carlomagno Panlilio

February 26, 2020

Name: Carlomagno Panlilio

Title: Assistant Professor of Education

Department: Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

Phone: 814-865-0008

Email: ccp15@psu.edu

Office address: 228 CEDAR Building

Directory entry: https://ed.psu.edu/directory/ccp15

Carlomagno Panlilio

Carlomagno Panlilio

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Panlilio also is affiliated with the Child Maltreatment Solutions Network at Penn State. The overarching goal of his program of research is to understand the dynamic interplay between maltreatment, context and development, and how these processes influence individual differences in learning. His research is guided by an interdisciplinary approach that draws from developmental science, educational psychology, statistics and social welfare to examine the multisystemic influences on early adversity and children’s learning. More specifically, he is interested in further explicating self-regulation and self-regulated learning as key developmental and learning processes that explain variability in the academic outcomes of children with a history of maltreatment. Panlilio received his doctorate in human development (developmental science) from the University of Maryland.

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