YFRP Students present at the University of Pittsburgh's 22nd Annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Poster Session

Five undergraduate students from the Youth and Family Research Program presented data from the PARIS, Newborn PARIS, and START Smart studies at the University of Pittsburgh's Psychology Undergraduate Research Poster Session. This event provides students enrolled in Psychology directed research the opportunity to present results from their work with the YFRP and discuss with other attendees. 

  • Alexis Mahon: Stressful life events and ADHD symptom severity in young men and women
  • Jillian Deserio: Greater maternal depression and lower social support in the first three years of life are associated with child disruptive behaviors at preschool age
  • Katherine Mannion: Infant sleep problems as predictors of future ADHD-related behaviors in toddlerhood: A longitudinal study of children at familial risk for ADHD
  • Michael Niggemyer: What is the relation between anxiety symptoms and ADHD in the perinatal and postpartum periods?
  • Rebecca Graham: The relation betwen parental depression and externalizing behaviors