Margaret K. Keiley

Margaret K. Keiley
Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy, Department of Human Development and Family Studies,
Auburn University

Margaret K. Keiley, PhD, was a professor of marriage and family therapy in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Auburn University, and before that, an assistant professor of marriage and family therapy at Purdue University. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in developmental psychopathology at Vanderbilt University. Keiley received the Distinguished Research Award from the American Educational Research Association and the Walter S. Rosenberry Award for Distinguished Contributions in the Field of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. She received her MEd in family theory and counseling from the University of Massachusetts; and both her EdM in counseling and consulting psychology and her EdD in human development and psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

updated 1998

Publications by Margaret K. Keiley
Variation by Geographic Location, Maternal Characteristics, and Family Structure
More than half of all U.S. infants and toddlers spend at least 20 hours per week in the care of a nonparent adult. This article uses survival analysis to identify which families are most likely to place their child in care, and the ages when these…