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Featured Publications  Kelley, N. ... , 2019, Resting frontal EEG asymmetry and emotion regulation in older adults: The midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study. , Psychol Aging

 Jokela, M., ... , 2020, Personality, disability-free life years, and life expectancy: Individual participant meta-analysis of 131,195 individuals from 10 cohort studies. , J Pers

 Charles, S. ... , 2020, Going the distance: The diurnal range of cortisol and its association with cognitive and physiological functioning., Psychoneuroendocrinology

 Fitzgerald, M., ... , 2020, Emotional support as a mechanism linking childhood maltreatment and adult's depressive and social anxiety symptoms., Child Abuse Negl

 Namkung, E. ... , 2019, Perceived interpersonal and institutional discrimination among persons with disability in the U.S.: Do patterns differ by age?, Soc Sci Med

 Kaveladze, B., ... , 2020, Social relationship quality, depression and inflammation: A cross-cultural longitudinal study in the United States and Tokyo, Japan., Int J Soc Psychiatry

 Huang, Y., ... , 2020, Increased global PSQI score is associated with depressive symptoms in an adult population from the United States., Nat Sci Sleep

 Zainal, N. ... , 2019, Relation between cognitive and behavioral strategies and future change in common mental health problems across 18 years, J Abnorm Psychol

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AUGUST 2021

A free workshop providing instruction to social and behavioral scientists about functional genomics methods (e.g., gene expression profiling) in research on psychosocial determinants of health.



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