Daniel P Keating
Keating’s research focuses on integrating knowledge about developmental processes, population patterns in developmental health, and social factors affecting individual and population development.
The first program of research (funding from NICHD, Keating is PI) focuses on adolescent cognitive and brain development, including neurocognitive and neuroimaging methods, aimed at understanding the neurodevelopmental pathways in adolescent and early adult health risk behavior. We collected self-report and neurocognitive task data on a cohort of 15-17 year-olds (N=2017), and have completed two subsequent waves of data collection with them. A targeted subsample of this group (N=108, including high and average risk-takers) is also participating in a longitudinal neuroimaging study (fMRI, DTI, rsMRI, and EEG/ERP), with the first wave completed and the second wave underway.
The second program of research focuses on the impacts early life adversity and exposures, from prenatal through infancy, encompassing both psychosocial stressors and physical exposures. This is part of the national ECHO study (Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes, funding from NIEHS), in which a Michigan consortium is a research site, and includes 2 cohorts for which data collection continues. Keating’s role as a Co-Investigator is to focus on neurodevelopmental outcomes of early adversity and exposures, and the mechanisms through which they “get under the skin”, including epigenetic pathways.
- Kevin Constante, Michael I. Demidenko, Edward Huntley, Deborah Rivas-Drake, Daniel P Keating, Adriene M. Beltz. 2022. Personalized Neural Networks Underlie Individual Differences in Ethnic Identity Exploration and Resolution. Journal of Research on Adolescence 33(1):24-42.
- Michael I. Demidenko, Huntley,Edward, Alexander S. Weigard, Keating,Daniel P, Adriene M. Beltz. 2022. Neural heterogeneity underlying late adolescent motivational processing is linked to individual differences in behavioral sensation seeking. Journal of Neuroscience Research
- Keating,Daniel P, Demidenko, Michael I. , Kelly, Dominic P.. 2022. Cognition in adolescence and the transition to adulthood. APA handbook of adolescent and young adult development :75-90.
- Michael I. Demidenko, Alexander S. Weigard, Karthikeyan Ganesan, Hyesue Jang, Andrew Jahn, Huntley, Edward, Keating, Daniel P. 2021. Interactions between methodological and interindividual variability: How Monetary Incentive Delay (MID) task contrast maps vary and impact associations with behavior. Brain and Behavior 11(5):e02093.
- Michael I. Demidenko, Ka I. Ip, Dominic P. Kelly, Kevin Constante, Leigh G. Goetschius, Keating, Daniel P. 2021. Ecological stress, amygdala reactivity, and internalizing symptoms in preadolescence: Is parenting a buffer?. Cortex 140:128-144.
- Michael I. Demidenko, Huntley,Edward, Andrew Jahn, Moriah E. Thomason, Monk,Christopher Stephen, Keating,Daniel P. 2020. Cortical and subcortical response to the anticipation of reward in high and average/low risk-taking adolescents. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 44:100798.
- M. Elizabeth Zinn, Huntley, Edward, Keating, Daniel P. 2020. Resilience in adolescence: Prospective Self moderates the association of early life adversity with externalizing problems. Journal of Adolescence 81:61-72.
- Huntley, Edward, Hilary A. Marusak, Sarah E. Berman, Clara G. Zundel, Joshua R.B. Hatfield, Keating, Daniel P, Christine A. Rabinak. 2020. Adolescent substance use and functional connectivity between the ventral striatum and hippocampus. Behavioural Brain Research 390:112678.
- Michael I. Demidenko, Huntley, Edward, Andrew Jahn, Moriah E. Thomason, Monk, Christopher Stephen, Keating, Daniel P. 2020. Cortical and subcortical response to the anticipation of reward in high and average/low risk-taking adolescents. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 44:100798.
- Kevin Constante, Huntley, Edward, Si, Yajuan, Emma Schillinger, Christine Wagner, Keating, Daniel P. 2020. Conceptualizing protective family context and its effect on substance use: Comparisons across diverse ethnic-racial youth. Substance Abuse