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I am a clinical science graduate student in the ABC lab. My research interests center around child-adolescent brain development, specifically using neuroimaging techniques to understand the development of emotion-cognition circuitries. I am also interested in how parent-child relationships influence youths’ socio-emotional outcomes in adolescence and the strategies in which youths adapt to engage socially.
B.S. in Psychology, Stony Brook University, 2019
PSYC 487 Clinical Psychology; PSYC100 Introduction to Psychology
Chen, H. B., Gardner, E. S., Clarkson, T., Eaton, N. R., Wiggins, J. L., Leibenluft, E., & Jarcho, J. M. (in press). Bullying Perpetration and Victimization in Youth: Associations with Irritability and Anxiety. Child Psychiatry and Human Development. doi.org/10.1007/s10578-021-01192-9
Jin, J., Delaparte, L., Chen, H. B., DeLorenzo, C., Perlman, G., Klein, D. N., Mohanty, A. & Kotov, R. (in press). Structural Connectivity between Rostral Anterior Cortex and Amygdala Predicts First Onset of Depressive Disorders in Adolescence. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. doi.org/10.1016/j.bpsc.2021.01.012
Chen, H., Jin, J., Perlman, G., Klien, D.N., Kotov, R., & Mohanty, A. (September 2019). Anatomical and functional connectivity between rostral anterior cingulate cortex and amygdala predicted first onset of depressive disorders in adolescence. Poster submitted to the Society for Research in Psychopathology, Buffalo, NY.
Quarmley, M., Clarkson, T., Chen, H., & Jarcho, J.M. (August 2018). Neural mechanisms during anticipation of social evaluation predict activation to unpredictable peer feedback in victimized and anxious youth. Poster submitted to the Flux Congress, Berlin, Germany.
Clarkson, T., Karvay, Y., Quarmley, M., Chen, H., Jarcho, J.M. (August 2018). Gender Differences in Neural Mechanisms of Social Anxiety in Youths. Poster submitted to the Flux Congress, Berlin, Germany.
Chen, H., Gardner, E., Clarkson, T., Quarmley, M., Eaton, N.R., Pine, D.S., Leibenluft, E., Jarcho, J.M. (May 2018). Concurrent Irritability and Anxiety Predict Perpetration and Victimization of Bullying. Poster presented to the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.
Quarmley, M., Clarkson, T., Rainville, B., Chen, H., & Jarcho, J.M. (May 2018). Irritability Moderates Relations between Social Skills and Brain Responses to Unpredictable Peers. Poster submitted to the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, Brooklyn, NY.
Chen, H., Gardner, E., Clarkson, T., Eaton, N.R., Pine, D.S., Leibenluft, E., Jarcho, J.M. (March 2018). Irritability and Anxiety: Risk-Factors for Perpetration and Victimization of Bullying. Poster presented to the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.
Jarcho, J. M., Clarkson, T., Chen, H., Quarmley, M., Hajcak, G. (December 2017). Translating arrows to anxiety: An ERN-based biomarker of risk for pediatric anxiety predicts altered brain function measured by fMRI during ecologically valid social interactions. Poster submitted to American College of Neuropharmacology, Palm Springs, CA.
Clarkson, T., Chen, H., Quarmley, M., & Jarcho, J. M. (September 2017). Ecologically Valid Neural Predictors of Social Anxiety Disorder in Youths. Poster submitted to the Flux Congress, Portland, OR.
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