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YR² Lab News, Events, and Media
A recent article published in Science News discusses real-time monitoring for suicide research, and quotes Dr. Cassie Glenn. The article also covers one of the YR² Lab's current studies, in addition to current projects by Evan Kleinman Ph.D. (Harvard University, YR² Lab collaborator), involving real-time monitoring.
Read the full article, "Phone apps are helping scientists track suicidal thoughts in real time," here.
Drew Porter, MEd, was a recipient of the American Psychological Foundation’s 2018 The Trust Eric A. Harris, EdD, JD Grant to support his project, "Does Ecological Momentary Assessment of Suicidal Thinking have Iatrogenic Effects on Suicide Risk?" Congratulations, Drew!
Emily Dudek, Anne Boatman, and Devin Robinson, three research assistants in the YR² Lab, received Discover Grants to fund their summer research working in the YR² Lab with Dr. Cassie Glenn.
Lizzy Finer, another research assistant in the YR² lab, also received a Discover Grant to fund her work this summer with Dr. Martha Pitman in the Cytopathology Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Drew Porter, MEd, received a 2017-18 Spring Graduate Research Grant from Psi Chi to support his project, “Examining the Utility of Emotional Self-Criticism for Predicting Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, Disordered Eating, and Suicide Ideation." Congratulations, Drew!
Dr. Cassie Glenn was recently named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science! See the full list of 2017 APS Rising Stars here.
Drew Porter, MEd, a graduate student in the YR² Lab, presented his poster, The Differential Association of Self-Criticism and Shame-Proneness with the Presence and Frequency of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI), at ABCT 2017. Read the full poster here.
Drew Porter, MEd, a graduate student in the YR² Lab, presented his poster, Self-Esteem, Shame-Proneness, and Depressive Symptoms: A Latent Variable Analysis of Unique Associations, at ABCT 2017. Read the full poster here.
Dr. Cassie Glenn chaired a symposium at IASR 2017 titled, Improving Understanding of Suicide Risk in Youth: Answering Questions of How, Who, and When, including her individual talk titled, Implicit Identification with Death Predicts Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Youth.
Jackie Kearns, a graduate student in the YR² Lab, presented her poster, Nightmares Prospectively Predict Suicide Attempts in an Inpatient Psychiatric Sample of Military Veterans, at IASR 2017. PDF version available here.
Catherine Glenn, Ph.D. explains how testing startle response might help predict suicide risk. Read more here.