577 Works

Intergenerational Adversity Exposure & Gut Microbiota Composition in Young Childhood

Francesca Querdasi & Bridget Callaghan
We will examine relationships between preconception, prenatal, and postnatal adversity exposure and composition of the gut microbiota in young childhood. We will also explore associations between adversity-correlated dimensions of child socioemotional functioning and child gut microbiome composition. Findings from this project stand to advance our understanding of how adversity exposure within and across generations may impact gut microbiota composition during early life. It will also inform future work examining changes in microbiome functional profiles, in...

Context and Pitch of Infant- and Adult- Directed Speech Sampled from Daylong Home Recordings of North American Infants

Emily Neer, Anvi Brahmbhatt & Anne Warlaumont
This project examines how the frequency of pragmatic contexts and pitch contours of infant directed speech (IDS) and adult directed speech (ADS) differ in a child’s home language environment and how pragmatic contexts may relate to observed differences.

Accessibility and Reproducible Research Practices in Cardiovascular Literature

Eileen Tzng, Gabriel Heckerman, Arely Campos-Melendez, Chisomaga Ekwueme & Adrienne Mueller
Materials and protocol (pre-registration) for a systematic review on accessibility and reproducible research practices of articles published in 2019 in three top cardiovascular research journals.

T18: Unpacking the Role of Preprints in Scholarly Inclusion

Raquel Aragon, Shawntel Okonkwo & Ibraheem Ali
FSCI 2021 course T18, Unpacking the Role of Preprints in Scholarly Inclusion

Hungry for More: The joint effect of status and scarcity predicts food consumption

Lauren Tiongco-Hofschneider
The current study seeks to investigate the joint effect of scarcity and status on food consumption. I also provide a potential explanation for this effect (i.e., status anxiety).

A Randomized, Controlled Experiment of the Effect of a Fast Food Environment on Food Expectancies

Jenna Cummings

Reward processes during early stages of pubertal development and the association with internalizing symptoms in 9 and 10 year olds in the ABCD Study.

Natalie Saragosa-Harris, Elizabeth McNeilly, Kathryn Mills, Ronald Dahl & Lucía Magis-Weinberg
Authors: Elizabeth McNeilly*, Natalie Saragosa-Harris*, Kathryn Mills, Ronald Dahl, Lucía Magis-Weinberg *Joint first authorship. Research has demonstrated a link between pubertal development and risk for internalizing symptoms in adolescence (Patton et al., 2008; Crockett et al., 2013; Mendle et al., 2014; Wang et al., 2016; Boivin et al., 2017; Byrne et al., 2017; McGuire et al., 2019). The relationship between puberty and internalizing symptomology may in part stem from pubertal changes in neural reward circuitry...

The Interaction between Early Life Adversity and Adolescent Stress on Eating Behavior

Lauren Tiongco-Hofschneider
The study will examine the effect of early life adversity (i.e., institutionalization) and stressful life events (in the past 12 months) on eating behaviors via self-report and an ad libitum paradigm. We will also examine whether early life adversity and stressful life events have an effect on physical health outcomes, such as waist circumference and cortisol levels.

Health Behaviors and Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Bridget Callaghan, Emily Towner, Kristen Chu, Danielle Ladensack, Michael To & Chloe Schwartz
This study will investigate changes in exercise, diet, and sleep amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Feeling Needed & Useful during Adolescence

A study examining high school students' sense of feeling needed and useful in their social worlds, including whether they believe their contributions are devalued because of their ethnicity or gender.

Contributing and Feeling Needed during Adolescence

The study is designed to assess adolescents' sense of feeling needed and useful in their social worlds.

Parenting Under Pressure:1. Parents’ Covid-19-related Natural Language Use As A Buffer Against The Intergenerational Transmission of Fear/Anxiety

Jennifer Somers, Bridget Callaghan, Kristen Chu, Emily Towner, Chloe Schwartz & Jessica Uy

T11: FAIR for Data and Texts Not in the Open

Ye Li, Katie Zimmerman & Laura Hanscom
Course site for FAIR for Data and Texts Not in the Open

Frequencies of sexual attraction

Lauren Lesko

Family History of Substance Use and Child Highly Processed Food Intake

Jenna Cummings
Archival data analysis using data from the Fragile Families & Child Wellbeing Study

Analyzing capital punishment attitudes with structural topic modeling: Lab Study 1

J. Priniski & Kedar Gupta
Use topic modeling to analyze people's opinions about capital punihsment.

Skin Color Satisfaction and Binge Eating

Objective: This study aims to determine the influence of skin color satisfaction on binge eating in Black girls (ages 10-15) over time.

The shape of metacognition noise confounds metacognitive ability with confidence level

It has been widely appreciated that confidence ratings are corrupted by metacognitive noise and we recently demonstrated that the level of metacognitive noise increases with decision evidence. This effect leads to the prediction that metacognitive ability and confidence level are confounded, and participants with high confidence would exhibit high metacognitive ability. Using tasks from the Confidence Database (Rahnev et al., 2020), we will test whether there is a positive relationship between Mratio and mean confidence....

Political Memes

Participants were presented with one conservative meme and one liberal meme. Conservative memes were taken from a relatively popular conservative subreddit (r/Conservative: https://www.reddit.com/r/Conservative/top/?t=all) and liberal memes were taken from a popular subreddit (r/Political Humor: https://www.reddit.com/r/PoliticalHumor/top/?t=all), which is more left-leaning. They were then asked to answer the same series of questions for each meme (e.g. how funny they found the meme, how apt the captions were, how relatable they found the meme, how much they agreed...

The relationship between weight labeling in adolescence and obesity in adulthood among women

Jordan Levinson, Jeffrey Hunger & A. Tomiyama
The relationship between weight labeling in adolescence and obesity in adulthood among women Authors: Jordan A. Levinson, Jeffrey Hunger, A. Janet Tomiyama

STINGY Behaviors

David Figueroa & Lauren Tiongco-Hofschneider
The current study will investigate the joint effects of social status and resource scarcity on selfish attitudes and behaviors.

Weight stigma and food in everyday life

Anne Hubbard & A. Tomiyama
An ecological momentary assessment study of cortisol responses to weight stigma in everyday life

The relationship between weight labeling in adolescence and disordered eating in adulthood among women

Jordan Levinson, A. Tomiyama & Jeffrey Hunger
The relationship between weight labeling in adolescence and disordered eating in adulthood among women Authors Jordan A. Levinson Jeffrey Hunger A. Janet Tomiyama

W31 - Advancing the open science agenda: an introduction to responsible research intelligence reporting

Antonio Schettino, Tung Chan & Armel Lefebvre
Course site for W31 - Advancing the open science agenda: an introduction to responsible research intelligence reporting

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