Marmorstein is the author or co-author of more than 35 research publications on topics including: co-occurrence of depression with substance abuse and other health-impairing outcomes such as obesity; and links between caffeine use and other substance use and mental health.
Daniel teaches courses on pediatric psychology and research methods. Her professional training includes completing an American Cancer Society Fellowship in Behavioral Oncology at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Van der Wel researches a range of psychological processes through the lens of physical actions. Through this approach, he studies basic motor control, cognitive mechanisms for action planning and coordination, Parkinson’s Disease, and the link between perception and action.
Nave is the author of several published articles on personality traits and behavior, including “On the Contextual Independence of Personality: Teacher’s Assessments Predict Directly Observed Behavior after Four Decades,” which appeared in the publication Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Markey dedicates her research to examining issues related to developmental and health psychology. Her work explores how both social influences and personality characteristics influence health and well-being.