Macall Gordon is a researcher specializing in infant mental health with an emphasis on infant sleep and parent-child interactions, as well as the cultural context of parenting and childrearing advice. Her current research examines the interaction of infant sleep interventions and family/maternal well-being. She has presented her research at national and international conferences on infancy and child development. Gordon has worked locally with Talaris Research Institute and the Gottman’s Bringing Baby Home Project.
She currently teaches research methods courses for Applied Psychology students that highlight how to be a competent, critical consumer of research as well as the skills necessary to understand and navigate the discourse around evidence-based practice.
In addition, Macall is a professional actor and performs with professional companies around Seattle.