Daniel P. Keating
Research Professor, Population, Neurodevelopment, & Genetics
Professor, Psychiatry Department
Keating's research focuses on integrating knowledge about developmental and biodevelopmental processes, population patterns in developmental health, and social factors affecting individual and population development. A major thrust of this work has been to identify the social circumstances that have an enduring impact on developmental health, and to discover the developmental mechanisms through which those social circumstances operate. A longer term goal of this line of work is to identify the key aspects of social environments that shape developmental experiences in early childhood through the adolescent transition, in ways that can be addressed at the level of policy and practice.
- Prenatal Exposures and Child Health Outcomes: A Statewide Study. (Michael R. Elliott, Daniel P. Keating, Dana Dolinoy, Vasantha Padmanabhan, Hosagrahar V. Jagadish, Stuart Arthur Batterman, Gary L. Freed) 2016-2018.
- Neurodevelopmental Pathways in Adolescent Health Risk Behavior. (Daniel P. Keating, Christopher S. Monk, Megan E. Patrick, John E. Schulenberg, Douglas C. Noll, Scott J. Peltier, William J. Gehring, Edward Huntley) 2014-2019. NICHD.
- Zinn, M. Elizabeth, Edward Huntley, and Daniel P. Keating. 2020. "Resilience in adolescence: Prospective Self moderates the association of early life adversity with externalizing problems." Journal of Adolescence 81: 61-72.
- Maslowsky, Julie, Olusegun Owotomo, Edward Huntley, and Daniel P. Keating. Forthcoming. "Adolescent Risk Behavior: Differentiating Reasoned And Reactive Risk-taking." Journal of Youth and Adolescence
- Demidenko, Michael I., Edward Huntley, Meghan E. Martz, and Daniel P. Keating. 2019. "Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors: Convergent, Discriminant and Predictive Validity of Self-Report and Cognitive Measures." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 48(9): 1765-1783.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2017. "Born Anxious: The Lifelong Impact of Early Life Adversity and How to Break the Cycle." New York: St. Martin's Press.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2017. "The Evolving Capacities of the Child: Neurodevelopment and Children's Rights." Pp. 184-199 in Handbook of Children's Rights: Global and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, edited by Ruck, Martin D., Peterson-Badali, Michele, Freeman, Michael. New York: Routledge.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2016. "Social Inequality in Population Developmental Health: An Equity and Justice Issue." Advances in Child Development and Behavior 50: 75-104.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2016. "Transformative Role of Epigenetics in Child Development Research: Commentary on the Special Section." Child development 87(1): 135-142.
- Ruck, Martin D., Daniel P. Keating, Elizabeth M. Saewyc, Felton Earls, and Asher Ben-Arieh. 2016. "The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Its Relevance for Adolescents." Journal of Research on Adolescence 26(1): 16-29.
- Friedman, Sarah L., Ellin K. Scholnick, Randall H. Bender, Nathan Vandergrift, Susan Spieker, Kathy Hirsh Pasek, Daniel P. Keating, and Yoonjung Park. 2014. "Planning in Middle Childhood: Early Predictors and Later Outcomes." Child development 85(4): 1446-1460.
- Mehta, Shobha H., Jean M. Kerver, Robert J. Sokol, Daniel P. Keating, and Nigel Paneth. 2014. "The Association between Maternal Obesity and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes of Offspring." The Journal of pediatrics 165(5): 891-896.
- Falk, Emily, Pamela E. Davis-Kean, Kenneth M. Langa, John E. Schulenberg, Daniel P. Keating, Fabian T. Pfeffer, Colter M. Mitchell, Megan E. Patrick, et al. 2013. "What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110(44): 17615-17622.
- Kerver, J. M., Beth-Ellen Pennell, Shonda R. Kruger-Ndiaye, Kirsten Haakan Alcser, Daniel P. Keating, Michael R. Elliott, G. S. Norman, R. J. Sokol, et al. 2013. "Pregnancy recruitment for population research: the National Children's Study vanguard experience in Wayne County, Michigan." Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology 27(3): 303-311.
- Miller, Fiona K., and Daniel P. Keating. 2013. "Implementing an Evidence-Based Parent-Child Mental Health Program in a High-Risk Community." Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 32(1): 139-153.
- Shapka, Jennifer D., Jose F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating. 2013. "Trajectories of Educational Aspirations Through High School and Beyond: A Gendered Phenomenon?" Canadian Journal of Education 35(1): 239-258.
- Siddiqi, A., I. Kawachi, Daniel P. Keating, and C. Hertzman. 2013. "A comparative study of population health in the United States and Canada during the neoliberal era, 1980-2008." International Journal of Health Services 43(2): 193-216.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2012. "Cognitive and brain development." Enfance 2012(3): 267-279.
- Watt, Helen M. G., Jennifer D. Shapka, Zoe A. Morris, Amanda M. Durik, Daniel P. Keating, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles. 2012. "Gendered motivational processes affecting high school mathematics participation, educational aspirations, and career plans: A comparison of samples from Australia, Canada, and the United States." Developmental psychology 48(6): 1594-1611. American Psychological Association.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2011. "Nature and nurture in early child development." New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2011. "Society and early child developmental health disparities in the nature-and-nurture paradigm." in Nature and nurture in early child development, edited by Keating, Daniel P. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2011. "Cognitive Development." in Encyclopedia of Adolescence, edited by Brown, B. B., Perlstein, P. Netherlands: Elsevier.
- Maslowsky, J., E. Buvinger, Daniel P. Keating, L. Steinberg, and E. Cauffman. 2011. "Cost-Benefit Analysis Mediation of the Relationship Between Sensation Seeking and Risk Behavior." Pers Individ Dif. 51(7): 802-806.
- Maslowsky, Julie, Daniel P. Keating, Christopher S. Monk, and John E. Schulenberg. 2011. "Planned versus unplanned risks: Neurocognitive predictors of subtypes of adolescents' risk behavior." International Journal of Behavioral Development 35(2): 152-160.
- Crosnoe, Robert, Frederick J. Morrison, Margaret Burchinal, Robert Pianta, Daniel P. Keating, Sarah L. Friedman, and K. Clarke-Stewart. 2010. "Instruction, teacher-student relations, and math achievement trajectories in elementary school." Journal of educational psychology 102(2): 407-417.
- Runions, Kevin C., and Daniel P. Keating. 2010. "Anger and inhibitory control as moderators of children's hostile attributions and aggression." - 31(5): 370-378.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2009. "Social interactions in human development: Pathways to health and capabilities." in Successful societies: Institutions, cultural repertoires and population health, edited by Hall, P., Lamont, M. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2008. "Developmental science and giftedness: An integrated lifespan framework." in The development of giftedness and talent across the life span, edited by Horowitz, F., Matthews, D., Subotnik, R. Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.
- Keating, Daniel P., and B. L. Halpern-Felsher. 2008. "Adolescent drivers: a developmental perspective on risk, proficiency, and safety." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 35(3 Suppl): S272-S277.
- Keating, Daniel P., and Sharon Z. Simonton. 2008. "Developmental health effects of human development policies." Pp. 61-94 in Making Americans healthier: Social and economic policy as health policy, edited by House, James S., Schoeni, Robert F., Pollack, H., Kaplan, George A. New York: Russell Sage.
- Shapka, J. D., J. F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating. 2008. "Gender, mathematics achievement, and the educational and occupational aspirations of Canadian youth." in Gender and occupational outcomes: Longitudinal assessment of individual, social, and cultural influences, edited by Watt, H. M. G., Eccles, J. S. Washington,D.C.: American Psychological Assocation.
- Domene, J., J. Shapka, and Daniel P. Keating. 2007. "Educational and Career-related Help-seeking in High School: An Exploration of Students' Choices." Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 40(3): 145-159.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2007. "Understanding adolescent development: implications for driving safety." Journal of Safety Research 38(2): 147-157.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2007. "Formative Evaluation of the Early Development Instrument: Progress and Prospects." Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 18(3): 561-570.
- Runions, K. C., and Daniel P. Keating. 2007. "Young children's social information processing: family antecedents and behavioral correlates." Developmental psychology 43(4): 838-849.
- Shapkaa, Jennifer D., José F. Domeneb, and Daniel P. Keating. 2006. "Trajectories of career aspirations through adolescence and young adulthood: Early math achievement as a critical filter." Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice 12(4): 347-358.
- Steinberg, L., R. Dahl, Daniel P. Keating, D. Kupfer, A. Masten, and D. Pine. 2006. "Psychopathology in adolescence: Integrating affective neuroscience with the study of context." Pp. 710-741 in Developmental psychopathology, Vol. 2: Developmental neuroscience, edited by Cicchetti, D., Cohen, D. New York: Wiley.
- Shapka, Jennifer D., and Daniel P. Keating. 2005. "Structure and Change in Self-Concept During Adolescence." Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement 37(2): 83-96. Canadian Psychological Association.
- Zijdemans, A., G. Moore, R. Beacker, and Daniel P. Keating. 2005. "ePresence interactive media and WebForum 2001: An accidental case study of the use of webcasting as a VLE for early child development." in International handbook of virtual learning enviornments, edited by Weiss, J., Nolan, J., Trifonas, P. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing.
- Boyce, W. T., and Daniel P. Keating. 2004. "Should we intervene to improve childhood circumstances?" in A life course approach to chronic disease epidemiology, edited by Ben-Shlomo, S., Kuh, D. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2004. "Cognitive and brain development." in Handbook of adolescent psychology, edited by Lerner, R., Steinberg, L. New York: Wiley & Sons.
- Shapka, Jennifer D., and Daniel P. Keating. 2003. "Effects of a Girls-Only Curriculum During Adolescence: Performance, Persistence, and Engagement in Mathematics and Science." American Educational Research Journal 40(4): 929-960.
- Keating, Daniel P. 2000. "Social capital and developmental health: making the connection." Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 21(1): 50-52.