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Nathan A. Jorgensen
Nathan A. Jorgensen
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Verified email at unc.edu
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A call for greater attention to culture in the study of brain and development
Y Qu, NA Jorgensen, EH Telzer
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (2), 275-293, 2021
502021
Neurobiological sensitivity to social rewards and punishments moderates link between peer norms and adolescent risk taking
EH Telzer, NA Jorgensen, MJ Prinstein, KA Lindquist
Child development 92 (2), 731-745, 2021
43*2021
Positive and negative emotions modulate attention allocation in color-flanker task processing: Evidence from event related potentials
W Li, Z Jiang, Y Liu, Q Wu, Z Zhou, N Jorgensen, X Li, C Li
Motivation and Emotion 38, 451-461, 2014
392014
Moving toward and away from others: social orientations in emerging adulthood
NA Jorgensen, LJ Nelson
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 58, 66-76, 2018
332018
Social neural sensitivity as a susceptibility marker to family context in predicting adolescent externalizing behavior
CC Turpyn, NA Jorgensen, MJ Prinstein, KA Lindquist, EH Telzer
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 51, 100993, 2021
182021
Shy and still struggling: Examining the relations between subtypes of social withdrawal and well‐being in the 30s
LJ Nelson, NA Jorgensen, BN Clifford
Social Development 30 (2), 575-591, 2021
172021
Perceived parenting practices and adjustment: Moderation by cultural values in Chinese emerging Adults
NA Jorgensen, LJ Nelson, X Duan
Emerging Adulthood 5 (5), 371-376, 2017
142017
Development of mother-infant co-regulation: The role of infant vagal tone and temperament at 6, 9, and 12 months of age
CL Porter, C Yang, NA Jorgensen, C Evans-Stout
Infant Behavior and Development 67, 101708, 2022
102022
Neighborhood disadvantage, race/ethnicity and neural sensitivity to social threat and reward among adolescents
NA Jorgensen, KA Muscatell, EM McCormick, MJ Prinstein, KA Lindquist, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 18 (1), nsac053, 2023
92023
Neural reactivity to social punishment predicts future engagement in nonsuicidal self-injury among peer-rejected adolescents
OH Pollak, SJ Kwon, NA Jorgensen, KA Lindquist, EH Telzer, ...
Biological psychiatry 94 (1), 40-49, 2023
52023
Neurobiological development in adolescence and early adulthood: Implications for positive youth adjustment.
EH Telzer, SJ Kwon, NA Jorgensen
American Psychological Association, 2023
52023
Toddler–mother attachment moderates adolescents’ behavioral and neural evaluation of trustworthiness
X Li, NA Jorgensen, NL McElwain, EH Telzer
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 17 (9), 828-836, 2022
32022
I think, therefore I do
LJ Nelson, NA Jorgensen, AA Rogers
Flourishing in Emerging Adulthood: Positive Development During the Third …, 2017
2*2017
Neurobiological sensitivity to popular peers moderates daily links between social media use and affect
MT Maza, SJ Kwon, NA Jorgensen, J Capella, MJ Prinstein, KA Lindquist, ...
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 65, 101335, 2024
12024
Developmental changes in brain function linked with addiction-like social media use two years later
JS Flannery, K Burnell, SJ Kwon, NA Jorgensen, MJ Prinstein, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 19 (1), nsae008, 2024
12024
Developmental changes in habenular and striatal social reinforcement responsivity across adolescence linked with substance use
JS Flannery, NA Jorgensen, SJ Kwon, MJ Prinstein, EH Telzer, ...
Biological Psychiatry 94 (11), 888-897, 2023
12023
Adolescents’ neural sensitivity to high and low popularity: Longitudinal links to risk-taking and prosocial behavior
J Capella, NA Jorgensen, SJ Kwon, MT Maza, MJ Prinstein, KA Lindquist, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 63, 101290, 2023
2023
Neural Tracking of Social Hierarchies in Adolescents’ Real-World Social Networks
J Dai, N Jorgensen, N Duell, J Capella, SJ Kwon, M Prinstein
2023
Bringing Diverse Experiences Into Development: Considering Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in the Development of Adolescent Social Cognition
NA Jorgensen
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2023
2023
Who does your brain think you are? The science of thinking about yourself
NA Jorgensen, EH Telzer
Frontiers for Young Minds, 2020
2020
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