Randall M. Jones

Randall M. Jones, PhD is a Professor and Coordinator of Graduate Programs in the Department of Family, Consumer, and Human Development at Utah State University. His research focus includes: 1) identity development and a wide range of adolescent problem behaviors (criminal activity, delinquency, precocious sexual behavior), 2) family, social, and technological influences on identity development, and 3) reciprocal relations between adolescent identity development and adolescent environments (imposed, selected, and constructed). Outside of his work, Jones enjoys spending time with his wife and pets (Norwegian Elkhounds).