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Lab Director
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Hannah Lawrence, Ph.D.

Lab Director


The TIDES Lab is directed by Dr. Lawrence. She is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the School of Psychological Science at Oregon State University. Dr. Lawrence offers training and consultation in assessment of suicide risk in youth and in safety planning with youth. For more information on consultation and training please email Dr. Lawrence.


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Undergraduate Students

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Lauren Book

Research Assistant


Lauren is a first-year BioHealth Sciences major, with an option in Pre-Medicine and a minor in Psychology. She is interested in research on the physiological responses of anxiety and depression in adolescents, and how interventions can reduce these responses for this population. In her free time, Lauren enjoys reading, cooking, and watching true crime.

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Elise Graham

Research Assistant


Elise is in her fourth-year at Oregon State University working towards her Bachelor's in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy. In the future, she hopes to work as a psychologist in a community setting with adolescents facing anxiety and mood disorders. For fun, Elise enjoys yoga, weightlifting, and playing video games with friends.


Erin Keeney

Research Assistant


Erin is a second year Psychology student with an interest in developmental psychology. She is interested in research on anxiety and depression in adolescents, and how interventions can improve quality of life for this population. In her free time, Erin enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with friends.

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Emma Landon

Research Assistant


Emma is a fourth-year Psychology major with an interest in developmental psychology. As a research assistant, her goal is to contribute to the research of risk factors of adolescent depression and the development of interventions. She enjoys the outdoors, scary movies and reading in her free time.

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Jannah Moussaoui

Research Assistant


Jannah is a fourth-year Psychology student with a minor in writing. She is interested in research on children's self-regulation as well as psychopathology in adolescents. She hopes to contribute to research on measure development and intervention implementation. In her free time, Jannah enjoys reading books, discovering new sports, and baking.


Maddy Niese

Research Assistant


Maddy is a third-year studying Psychology who is passionate and interested in adolescent mental health. In her career she hopes to be a therapist who specializes in the treatment of trauma and depression in adolescents and young adults. She loves plants and in her free time she enjoys being outside and hanging out with friends.


Kearney Smith

Research Assistant


Kearney is a second-year Psychology student with an interest in developmental psychology and trauma. In the future, they hope to be working with adolescents and youth in foster care with mood disorders. Kearney loves hanging out with their cats, cooking fancy dinners, and watching scary movies.




Alex Bettis, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Director of Regulating Emotions and Stress in Teens Lab
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Taylor Burke, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Director of Mood and Behavior Lab
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Richard Liu, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital/Hard Medical School
Director of Mood and Behavior Lab
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Rebecca Schwartz-Mette, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, University of Maine
Director of Peer Relations Lab
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Christian Webb, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Director of Treatment and Etiology of Depression in Youth Lab
Youth Advisors

Youth Advisors

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The Recognizing and Enhancing Adolescent and Community Health (REACH) Youth Advisory Board is a national collaborative research-based effort to improve adolescent and community health. Our adolescent board members have lived experience with depression, self-harm, and/or suicide and provide lived experience expertise and consultation on designing, implementing, and disseminating findings from research studies on adolescent mental health.
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