Publications

Journal articles, book chapters, and conference presentations

    • CD
      Young et al. (under review)

      Ethan S. Young, Willem E. Frankenhuis, Danielle J. DelPriore, & Bruce J. Ellis

      Hidden talents in context: Can ecologically relevant stimuli improve cognitive performance among adversity-exposed youth?

    • D&P
      Doom et al. (revise & resubmit)

      Jenalee R. Doom, Ethan S. Young, Allison K. Farrell, Elizabeth A. Carlson, Michelle M. Englund, Glenn I. Roisman, & Jeffry A. Simpson

      Behavioral, cognitive, and socioemotional pathways from early childhood adversity to BMI: Evidence from two prospective longitudinal cohorts.

    • D&P
      Young et al. (2021)

      Ethan S. Young, Jenalee R. Doom, Allison K. Farrell, Elizabeth A. Carlson, Michelle M. Englund, Gregory E. Miller, Megan R. Gunnar, Glenn I. Roisman, & Jeffry A. Simpson

      Life stress and cortisol reactivity: An exploratory analysis of stress exposure across life on HPA axis functioning.

    • A&HD
      Waters et al. (2021)

      Theodore E. A. Waters, Christopher R. Facompré, Or Dagan, Jodi Martin, William F. Johnson, Ethan S. Young, Jessica Shankman, Yoojin Lee, Jeffry A. Simpson, & Glenn I. Roisman

      Convergent Validity and Stability of Secure Base Script Knowledge from Late Adolescence to Midlife.

    • TICS
      Frankenhuis et al. (2020)

      Willem E. Frankenhuis, Ethan S. Young, & Bruce J. Ellis

      The hidden talents approach: Theoretical and methodological challenges.

    • EHB
      Young et al. (2020)

      Ethan S. Young, Willem E. Frankenhuis, & Bruce J. Ellis

      Theory and measurement of environmental unpredictability.

    • A&HD
      Farrell et al. (2019)

      Allison K. Farrell, Theodore E. A. Waters, Ethan S. Young, Michelle M. Englund, Elizabeth A. Carlson, Glenn I. Roisman, & Jeffry A. Simpson

      Early maternal sensitivity, attachment security in young adulthood, and cardiometabolic risk at midlife.

    • S&I
      Young et al. (2019)

      Ethan S. Young, Jeffry A. Simpson, Vladas Griskevicius, Chloe O. Huelsnitz, & Cory Fleck

      Childhood attachment and adult personality: a life history perspective.

    • PS
      Young et al. (2019)

      Ethan S. Young, Allison K. Farrell, Elizabeth A. Carlson, Michelle M. Englund, Gregory E. Miller, Megan R. Gunnar, Glenn I. Roisman, & Jeffry A. Simpson

      The Dual Impact of Early and Concurrent Life Stress on Adult Diurnal Cortisol Patterns: A Prospective Study.

    • JPSP
      Young et al. (2018)

      Etnan S. Young, Vladas Griskevicius, Jeffry A. Simpson, Theodore E. A. Waters, & Chiraag Mittal

      Can an Unpredictable Childhood Environment Enhance Working Memory? Testing the Sensitized-Specialization Hypothesis.

    • DP
      Martin et al. (2018)

      Jodi Martin, Jacob E. Anderson, Ashley M. Groh, Theodore E. A. Waters, Ethan S. Young, William F. Johnson., … Glenn I. Roisman

      Maternal Sensitivity During the First 3 1/2 Years of Life Predicts Electrophysiological Responding to and Cognitive Appraisals of Infant Crying at Midlife.

    • EBS
      Szepsenwol et al. (2017)

      Ohad Szepsenwol, Vladas Griskevicius, Jeffry A. Simpson, Ethan S. Young, Cory Fleck, & Rachael E. Jones

      The effect of predictable early childhood environments on sociosexuality in early adulthood.

    • JPSP
      Mittal et al. (2015)

      Chiraag Mittal, Vladas Griskevicius, Jeffry A. Simpson, Soeyeon Sung, & Ethan S. Young

      Cognitive Adaptations to Stressful Environments: When Childhood Adversity Enhances Adult Executive Function.

    • HBES
      Young et al. (2021)

      Ethan S. Young, Willem E. Frankenhuis, Danielle J. DelPriore, & Bruce J. Ellis

      Can ecologically-relevant stimuli improve cognitive performance among adversity-exposed youth?

    • PEP
      Young et al. (2021)

      Ethan S. Young, Willem E. Frankenhuis, & Bruce J. Ellis

      Can ecologically relevant stimuli improve task performance for people living in poverty?

    • OSCU
      Young (2021)

      Ethan S. Young

      Multiverse Analysis: Being transparent about subjective decisions in data analysis

    • SPSP
      Young et al. (2019)

      Can an Unpredictable Childhood Environment Enhance Working Memory? Testing the Sensitized-Specialization Hypothesis.

    • CBEN
      Young et al. (2019)

      Can an unpredictable childhood environment enhance aspects of executive function and working memory?

    • SRCD
      Young et al. (2018)

      Can an Unpredictable Childhood Environment Enhance Working Memory? Testing the Sensitized-Specialization Hypothesis.

    • HBES
      Young et al. (2017)

      Can an Unpredictable Childhood Environment Enhance Working Memory? Testing the Sensitized-Specialization Hypothesis.

    • HBES
      Young et al. (2015)

      Cognitive Specialization of Memory: Early life stress enhances working memory in the face of economic uncertainty.

    • SPSP
      Young et al. (2015)

      Cognitive Specialization of Memory: Early life stress enhances working memory in the face of economic uncertainty.

    • HBES
      Young et al. (2013)

      Biological Sensitivity to Context and Life History Theory: How the same trait leads to different behavior.

    • Chapter
      Young & Simpson (2020)

      Etnan S. Young & Jeffry A. Simpson

      An evolutionary, life history perspective on relationship maintenance.

    • Chapter
      Simpson et al. (2017)

      Jeffry A. Simpson, Vladas Griskevicius, Ohad Szepsenwol, & Ethan S. Young

      An evolutionary life history perspective on personality and mating strategies.



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