Dr. Carlos Calderón is the school psychologist at Corona del Sol High School
and an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Arizona. He
specializes in psychoeducational assessment and intervention with
children, adolescents, and young adults of culturally and linguistically
Born in Mexico City and raised in Baja California, Dr. Calderón
received his BA in psychology, with a minor in music (piano) and a
minor in Spanish (literature), from La Sierra University in Riverside,
California. He obtained his master's degree in social psychology and his
doctoral degree (PhD) in school psychology from Arizona State
University (ASU). His research has been published in peer-reviewed
scientific journals, and presented at state and national conferences.
C. O., Knight, G. P., & Carlo, G. (2011). The socialization of
prosocial behavioral tendencies among Mexican American adolescents: The
role of familism values. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority
Psychology, 17(1), 98-106.
G. P., Roosa, M. W., Calderón-Tena, C. O., & Gonzales, N. A.
(2009). Methodological issues in research on Latino populations. In F.
Villaruel, G. Carlo, J. Grau, M. Azmitia, N. Cabrera, & J. Chahin
(Eds.), Handbook of U.S. Latino psychology: Developmental and
community-based perspectives (pp. 45-62). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
S., Marsiglia, F. F., Ayers, S. L., Calderón-Tena, C. O.,
Nuño-Gutiérrez, B. L. (2011). Gender differences in drug resistance
skills of youth in Guanajuato, Mexico. Journal of Primary Prevention,