Recent graduate Elizabeth Estes presented her honors thesis that explored the association between child maltreatment and gray matter volume in regions of the brain. Elizabeth was awarded the Pillsbury Prize for her thesis presentation, which is given to a […]
Recent graduate Dani Harrison with Dr. Hyde in front of her completed poster for her honors thesis. Dani studied the relationship between subjective and official reports of neighborhood danger and the development of antisocial behavior during adolescence.
Two new articles out from MiND lab members Hailey Dotterer and Rebecca Waller! http://asm.sagepub.com/content/early/2016/04/05/1073191116640355 http://scan.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2016/04/01/scan.nsw042
Lab director Dr. Luke Hyde was recently named a “rising star” by the Association for Psychological Science to recognize early career PhD’s “whose innovative work has already advanced the field”.
The MiND lab is part of a team at UM that was awarded a U01 grant to be a part of a consortium that will study 10,000 children across development starting at age 10. Dr. Hyde is a co-Investigator on […]
Congratulations to Dr. Waller for winning University of Michigan’s 2015 Outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow Award! This honor, awarded annually to a select few post docs across the University, recognizes excellence in research, mentorship, teaching, leadership, and service.
Dr. Hyde was recently quoted in Scientific American on an article about the first longitudinal study in children supporting the theory that parents with unrealistically positive views of their kids foster narcissistic qualities. Read full story
Dr. Hyde and colleagues at the University of Michigan offer discussion on the growing popularity of an interdisciplinary approach to scientific research: “There is no doubt in our minds that interdisciplinary research is the future of our science, and we would like […]
Along with collaborators Daniel Shaw, Alex Burt, Erika Forbes, and Brent Donnellan, Dr. Hyde recently published a paper in Journal of Abnormal Psychology examining the overlap and predictive strength of various approaches to subtyping teens high on antisocial behavior. Click here to […]
The International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA) partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to facilitate rapid dissemination of research presented at their 2014 World Meeting. Select podium presentations were chosen based on their implications for violence prevention and the authors, including our own […]