Dr. Adriene Beltz with graduate student Dominic Kelly and post-doctoral fellow Dr. Alexander Weigard published an article entitled “How are you doing? The person-specificity of daily links between neuroticism and physical health” in Journal of Psychosomatic Research.
Dr. Adriene Beltz has become an associate editor for the Journal of Research on Adolescence. Congratulations, Dr. Beltz!
For more information regarding the journal and its editorial board, click here.
We are pleased to welcome Zhuoran “Jenny” Zhang to the M(SD) lab as the new coordinator!
Dr. Adriene Beltz has been awarded a 2020-2022 Jacobs Foundation Early Career Research Fellowship. This fellowship is awarded to highly talented and innovative young scholars working on child and youth development to improve the development and living conditions of children and youth.
For more information as well as a complete list of 2020-2022 fellows, visit the Jacobs Foundation here.
M(SD) Lab Graduate Student Dominic Kelly is the inaugural recipient of the Lorraine Nadelman Early Graduate Student Research Award for his 719 project ” Capturing fluctuations in gendered cognition”.
Additional information about this honor will be available in the coming days.
Dr. Adriene Beltz with postdoctoral fellow Dr. Alexander Weigard published a review entitled “Methodological advances in leveraging neuroimaging datasets in adolescent substance use research” in Current Addiction Reports.
Dr. Beltz with Dr. Annaliese Beery of Smith College and Dr. Jill Becker of University of Michigan published a commentary entitled “Analysis of sex differences in pre-clinical and clinical data sets” in Neuropsychopharmacology.
Dr. Beltz with Dr. Jason Moser of Michigan State University published a new article entitled “Ovarian hormones: a long overlooked but critical contributor to cognitive brain structures and function” in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences as part of The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience special issue.
Dr. Adriene Beltz’s article “Connecting theory and methods in adolescent brain research” published in the Journal of Research on Adolescence, was recognized as one of the journal’s top downloaded recent papers. This honor allows for free access to the paper until July 15th, 2019 via the journal web page here or through our publications page here.
Dr. Adriene Beltz has been named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science. The Rising Star designation is presented to outstanding psychological scientists in the earliest stages of their research careers post-PhD whose innovative work has already advanced the field and signals great potential for their continued contributions.