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Michael Russell
Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Health
Summary Statement

Mike Russell's research focuses on connections between stress, affect, and health behaviors in the day-to-day lives of adolescents/young adults, using advanced statistical modeling and ambulatory assessment methods.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health - BBH
Education
  • University of California, PhD, Psychology and Social Behavior, 2014
Currently Accepting Graduate Students
Phone
Office Address
107 Biobehavioral Health Bldg
University Park, PA 16802
Interests
  • ambulatory assessment
  • intensive longitudinal data analysis
  • alcohol abuse, misuse, and dependence
  • dynamics of stress, emotion, and substance use in everyday life
Professional Experience

Michael Russell's research is focused on understanding the connections between stress, affect, and health behaviors in the day-to-day lives of adolescents and young adults, using advanced statistical modeling (multilevel and time-varying effect modeling) and ambulatory assessment methods (daily diaries, ecological momentary assessments (EMA), and wearable biosensors).

Grants and Research Projects

Michael Russell's research is focused on understanding the connections between stress, affect, and health behaviors in the day-to-day lives of adolescents and young adults, using advanced statistical modeling (multilevel and time-varying effect modeling) and ambulatory assessment methods (daily diaries, ecological momentary assessments (EMA), and wearable biosensors).

View the Russell Lab website to learn more.

Publications