Martha J. Farah

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Joseph Boland research assistant Penn
H. Maxwell Drain research assistant Carnegie Mellon
Cyrena Gawuga research assistant Penn
Jamie L. Hanson research assistant UW Madison
Irene P. Kan research assistant Penn
Kelly A. Matula research assistant 2009-2011 Penn
Cayce Hook research assistant 2011-2014 Penn
Kimberly A. Becker grad student Penn
Cecilia Guariglia grad student Carnegie Mellon
Dan Y. Kimberg grad student Carnegie Mellon
Gwendolyn M. Lawson grad student Penn
Lauren Mancuso grad student Penn
M. Elizabeth Smith grad student Penn
Shaun P. Vecera grad student Carnegie Mellon
Kevin D. Wilson grad student 1995-1999 Penn
Marcie A. Ritter grad student 2001 Carnegie Mellon
Marc Jonathan Egeth grad student 2000-2002 Penn
Kimberly G. Noble grad student 2005 Penn
Seth J. Gillihan grad student 2008 Penn
Daniel A. Hackman grad student 2012 Penn
Irena Ilieva grad student 2014 Penn
Sonia J. Bishop post-doc Penn
Lara Chepernik post-doc Penn
Thad Polk post-doc Penn
Catherine L. Reed post-doc Penn
Jim Tanaka post-doc Penn
Sharon L. Thompson-Schill post-doc Penn
Lynette J. Tippett post-doc Dept.of Psychology, University of Auckland
Teresa Pegors post-doc 2014- Penn
Yu (Hannah) Hao post-doc 2020- Penn
Lesley K. Fellows post-doc 2001-2004 Penn
Andrea S. Heberlein post-doc 2002-2006 Penn
Sabrina Ford post-doc 2002-2007 Penn
Patricia A. McMullen research scientist Dalhousie University
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Farah MJ, Sternberg S, Nichols TA, et al. (2021) Randomized Manipulation of Early Cognitive Experience Impacts Adult Brain Structure. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 1197-1209
Farah MJ. (2021) Checking in with Neuroethics. The Hastings Center Report. 51: 3
Evans GW, Farah MJ, Hackman DA. (2021) Early Childhood Poverty and Adult Executive Functioning: Distinct, Mediating Pathways for Different Domains of Executive Functioning. Developmental Science. e13084
Bassett DS, Cullen KE, Eickhoff SB, et al. (2020) Reflections on the past two decades of neuroscience. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Hao Y, Farah MJ. (2020) The affective neuroscience of socioeconomic status: implications for mental health. Bjpsych Bulletin. 1-6
Farah MJ. (2019) Biological Psychiatry and Socioeconomic Status. Biological Psychiatry. 86: 877-878
Last BS, Lawson GM, Breiner K, et al. (2018) Childhood socioeconomic status and executive function in childhood and beyond. Plos One. 13: e0202964
Farah MJ. (2018) Socioeconomic status and the brain: prospects for neuroscience-informed policy. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Farah MJ. (2017) The Neuroscience of Socioeconomic Status: Correlates, Causes, and Consequences. Neuron. 96: 56-71
Lawson GM, Hook CJ, Farah MJ. (2017) A meta-analysis of the relationship between socioeconomic status and executive function performance among children. Developmental Science
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