Stuart earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology
from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in 2001.
His graduate research has focused on sociocultural variables
as they relate to psychological problems in Mexican-American
children. For his dissertation, he studied Mexican-American
teenagers involved in an alternative high school program
for behavior problems to see how well they identified with
Dissertation Title: "The Role of Ethnic Identity, Other Protective Factors, & Acculturative Stress in
At-Risk Mexican-American Adolescents"