The University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiatry's 18th Annual Research Day was held on Thursday, June 7, 2018.
8 posters were presented by YFRP staff members, covering a broad range of research interests:
- Montaya Dawkins, BA "Approached to sell or share your meds? College students with ADHD and substance-tolerant social environments"
- Rose Egan, BM "Stimulant medication shortcomings? Social functioning in stimulant-medicated teens in pediatric primary care"
- Traci Kennedy, PhD "Does monitoring ADHD symptoms improve them? A smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment (EMA) study of adolescents with ADHD"
- Rachel Lindstrom, PhD "Are self-reported ADHD symptoms different from collateral informant-reported ADHD symptoms in adulthood?"
- Jenna Pelly, BA "Sex differences in levels of risky behaviors and associated characteristics among teens with ADHD treated in a pediatric practice"
- Frances Wang, PhD "The family check up prevents co-occuring problem behaviors in adolescence by improving maternal depression and parental positive behavior support in childhood"
- Sarah White, MA "Sleep and ADHD in adolescents: An ecological momentary assessment study"
- Michelle Wilson, BS "Emotional functioning and impairment in adults with childhood ADHD"