Hanson, J.L. 2022. There are many reasons that people succeed in academia. In: Madan, C.R. (eds) Academia and the World Beyond. Springer, Cham.
Norbom, L. B., Hanson, J., van der Meer, D., Ferschmann, L., Røysamb, E., von Soest, T., ... & Tamnes, C. K. (2022). Parental socioeconomic status is linked to cortical microstructure and language abilities in children and adolescents. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 101132.
Sequeira, S.L., Forbes, E.E., Hanson, J.L., & Silk, J.S. (2022). Positive valence systems in youth anxiety development: A scoping review. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Volume 89, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.janxdis.2022.102588.
Barry, K.R., Hanson, J.L., Calma-Birling, D., Lansford, J.E., Bates, J.E., & Dodge, K.A. (2022). Developmental connections between socioeconomic status, self-regulation, and adult externalizing problems. Developmental Science.
Hanson, J.L. (2022). "There Are Many Reasons That People Succeed in Academia." In C.R. Madan (Ed). Academia and the World Beyond. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
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News and Awards
LRDC Researchers Jamie Hanson and Ming-Te Wang, along with Jaime Booth, Pitt Social Work, recently received an NIMH grant, "Investigating Links Between Racial and Ethnic Discrimination, Neurobiology, and Internalizing Symptomatology."
August 29, 2022
Jamie Hanson, Assistant Professor, Psychology, recently became an associate editor at the journal, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
August 29, 2022
IES grant awarded to Ming-Te Wang and co-investigators Jamie Hanson, Juan Tel Toro, Xu Qin (School of Education) and James Huguley (School of Social Work) for Wang's proposal "COVID-19 Adapted Schooling and Adolescents' Academic and Socio-emotional Adjustment."
July 11, 2022
Jamie Hanson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and Research Scientist at the LRDC, was recently featured by Pittwire in the article "A Little-studied Brain Circuit Could Have Big Effects on Learning."
October 25, 2021
Kudos to LRDC Momentum Grant recipients: Josefina Bañales: Anti-Racism Action Development Among Latinx Youth; Jamie Hanson: Understanding the Role of the Brain in Race/Ethnicity Based Stressors and Behavioral Challenges Among Youth of Color; Kevin Ashley and Diane Litman: Center for Text Analytic Methods in Legal Studies; Omid Fotuhi: Improving Educational Opportunities for Black Youth in Pittsburgh: A Justice-Centered Intervention.