Gregory E. Miller

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Psychology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Miller GE, White SF, Chen E, et al. (2020) Association of Inflammatory Activity With Larger Neural Responses to Threat and Reward Among Children Living in Poverty. The American Journal of Psychiatry. appiajp202020050635
Lam PH, Chiang JJ, Chen E, et al. (2020) Race, socioeconomic status, and low-grade inflammatory biomarkers across the lifecourse: A pooled analysis of seven studies. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 123: 104917
Ehrlich KB, Miller GE, Rogosch FA, et al. (2020) Maltreatment exposure across childhood and low-grade inflammation: Considerations of exposure type, timing, and sex differences. Developmental Psychobiology
Moriarity DP, Ng T, Titone MK, et al. (2020) Reward Responsiveness and Ruminative Styles Interact to Predict Inflammation and Mood Symptomatology. Behavior Therapy. 51: 829-842
Brody GH, Yu T, Chen E, et al. (2020) Persistence of skin-deep resilience in African American adults. Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
Stephens JE, Kessler CL, Buss C, et al. (2020) Early and current life adversity: Past and present influences on maternal diurnal cortisol rhythms during pregnancy. Developmental Psychobiology
Cohen S, Chiang JJ, Janicki-Deverts D, et al. (2020) Good Relationships with Parents During Childhood as Buffers of the Association Between Childhood Disadvantage and Adult Susceptibility to the Common Cold. Psychosomatic Medicine
Chen E, Yu T, Siliezar R, et al. (2020) Evidence for Skin-Deep Resilience Using a Co-Twin Control Design: Effects on Low-Grade Inflammation in a Longitudinal Study of Youth. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Miller GE, Chen E, Yu T, et al. (2020) Youth Who Achieve Upward Socioeconomic Mobility Display Lower Psychological Distress But Higher Metabolic Syndrome Rates as Adults: Prospective Evidence From Add Health and MIDUS. Journal of the American Heart Association. e015698
Prather AA, Pressman SD, Miller GE, et al. (2020) Temporal Links Between Self-Reported Sleep and Antibody Responses to the Influenza Vaccine. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine
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