Assistant: Victoria Low
Office: CERAS 510
Brain and Learning Sciences | Child Development | Data Sciences | Educational Policy
Alvero, A. J., Giebel, S., Gebre-Medhin, B., Antonio, A. L., Stevens, M. L., & Domingue, B. W. (2021). Essay content and style are strongly related to household income and SAT scores: Evidence from 60,000 undergraduate applications. Science Advances, 7(42), eabi9031.
Armstrong-Carter, E., Trejo, S., Hill, L. J., Crossley, K. L., Mason, D., & Domingue, B. W. (2020). The Earliest Origins of Genetic Nurture: The Prenatal Environment Mediates the Association Between Maternal Genetics and Child Development. Psychological Science, 956797620917209.
Domingue, B. W., Duncan, L., Harrati, A., & Belsky, D. W. (2020). Short-term mental health sequelae of bereavement predict long-term physical health decline in older adults: US Health and Retirement Study Analysis. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.