The GARD Lab has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals. The papers provided below are for personal use, not distribution, and are provided with the intent of increasing accessibility to science. Please contact us with any questions or ideas you have about this research!

Blumenthal, A., Dotterer, H. L., & Gard, A. M. (in progress). Where are the kids? Contemporary patterns in U.S. children’s time use by age, gender, and socioeconomic resources. Infant and Child Development. Stage 1 Registered Report accepted.

Gard, A. M., Hyde, L. W., Heeringa, S. G., West, B. W., & Mitchell, C. (2023). Why weight: Analytic approaches to using large population neuroscience data. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.

Sripada, C. Gard, A. M., Angstadt, M., Taxali, A. D., Greathouse, T., McCurry, K., Hyde, L. W., Weigard, A., Walczyk, P., & Heitzeg, M. (2022). Socioeconomic resources are associated with distributed alterations of the brain’s intrinsic functional architecture in youth. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 58.

Gard, A. M., Brooks-Gunn, J., McLanahan, S., Mitchell, C., Monk, C. S., & Hyde, L. W. (2022). Deadly gun violence, neighborhood collective efficacy, and adolescent neurobehavioral outcomes. PNAS Nexus, 1(3),; code available at: 10.31234/

Hyde, L. W.*, Gard, A. M.*, Tomlinson, R., Suarez, G. L., & Westerman, H. (2022). Parents, Neighborhoods, and the Developing Brain. Child Development Perspectives, 16(3), 148-156. [*shared first author];

Suarez, G. L., Burt, S. A., Gard, A. M., Klump, K. L., & Hyde, L.W. (2022). The Impact of Neighborhood Disadvantage on Amygdala Reactivity: Pathways Through Neighborhood Social Processes. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 54. Registered Report.

Gard, A. M., Hein, T. C., Mitchell, C., Brooks-Gunn, J., McLanahan, S., Monk, C. S., & Hyde, L.W. (2022). Prospective longitudinal effects of harsh parenting on corticolimbic function during adolescence. Development and Psychopathology, 34(3), 981 – 986.

Gard A. M. (2021). Childhood Maltreatment Alters Normative Changes in Whole-Brain Resting-State Connectivity. Biological psychiatry. Cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging, 6(3), 253–255.

Gard, A. M., Ware, E. B., Hyde, L. W., Schmitz, L. L., Faul, J., & Mitchell, C. (2021). Phenotypic and genetic markers of psychopathology in a population-based sample of older adults. Translational Psychiatry11(1), 1-13.

Sripada, C., Angstadt, M., Taxali, A. D., Clark, A., Greathouse, T., Rutherford, S., Dickens, J., Sheddon, K., Gard, A., Hyde, L. W., Weigard, A., Heitzeg, M. (2021). Brain-wide functional connectivity patterns support general cognitive ability and mediate effects of socioeconomic status in youth. Molecular Psychiatry, 11(571).

Bakulski, K. M., Fisher, J., Dou, J. F., Gard, A. M., Schneper, L., Notterman, D. A., Ware, E. B., & Mitchell, C. (2021). Prenatal particulate matter exposure is associated with childhood saliva DNA methylation. Toxics, 9, 262.

Brislin, S.J., Martz, M.E., Joshi, S., Duval, E.R., Gard, A., Clark, D.A., Hyde, L.W., Hicks, B.M., Taxali, A., Angstadt, M., Rutherford, S., Heitzeg, M.M., Sripada, C. (2021). Differentiated Nomological Networks of Internalizing, Externalizing, and the General Factor of Psychopathology (“P factor”) in Emerging Adolescence in the ABCD Study. Psychological Medicine.