Associate in Research
Michael Russell joined the Center as an associate in research in 2013. He is currently a doctoral student in psychology and social behavior at the University of California, Irvine. Russell received his undergraduate degree in psychology from UC Irvine and his M.A. in psychology and education from Columbia University.
Russell's research interests include the causes and consequences of hyperactivity and aggression in children and adolescents. His dissertation research uses mobile technology to study how both positive and negative experiences influence adolescents’ emotion, self-regulation, and behavior in daily life.
Michael A Russell Jr.
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