Elizabeth P. Hayden, Ph.D.

2003 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
"Elizabeth Hayden"


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Daniel N. Klein grad student 2003 SUNY Stony Brook
 (Positive emotionality and cognitive risk.)
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Liu P, Vandemeer MRJ, Joanisse MF, et al. (2020) Depressogenic self-schemas are associated with smaller regional grey matter volume in never-depressed preadolescents. Neuroimage. Clinical. 28: 102422
Vandermeer MRJ, Liu P, Mohamed Ali O, et al. (2020) Orbitofrontal cortex grey matter volume is related to children's depressive symptoms. Neuroimage. Clinical. 28: 102395
Olino TM, Guerra-Guzman K, Hayden EP, et al. (2020) Evaluating maternal psychopathology biases in reports of child temperament: An investigation of measurement invariance. Psychological Assessment
Liu P, Vandermeer MRJ, Joanisse MF, et al. (2019) Neural Activity During Self-referential Processing in Children at Risk for Depression. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Liu P, Kryski KR, Smith HJ, et al. (2019) Transactional relations between early child temperament, structured parenting, and child outcomes: A three-wave longitudinal study. Development and Psychopathology. 1-11
Gabel LN, Daoust AR, Salisbury MR, et al. (2019) Development and validation of a battery of emotionally evocative film clips for use with young children. Psychological Assessment
Mohamed Ali O, Vandermeer MRJ, Sheikh HI, et al. (2018) Girls' internalizing symptoms and white matter tracts in Cortico-Limbic circuitry. Neuroimage. Clinical. 101650
Daoust AR, Kotelnikova Y, Kryski KR, et al. (2018) Child sex moderates the relationship between cortisol stress reactivity and symptoms over time. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 87: 161-170
Vandermeer MRJ, Sheikh HI, Singh SS, et al. (2018) The BDNF gene val66met polymorphism and behavioral inhibition in early childhood. Social Development (Oxford, England). 27: 543-554
Amicarelli AR, Kotelnikova Y, Smith HJ, et al. (2018) Parenting differentially influences the development of boys' and girls' inhibitory control. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
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