Erin E. Wood, Ph.D
My name is Erin Wood. I am a developmental psychologist researching the role of social-environmental stressors on health and development. My research largely examines the role that family structure and peer relationships play on emotional, social, and biological development. Current projects are examining the role that emotions and responses to stress play on youth behavioral development.
My research examines the social and environmental predictors of developmental outcomes. Specifically, I am interested in how relationships with parents and early environmental adversity impact the development of the stress response system and risky behaviors.
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Research Society on Alcoholism Annual Meeting 2022
From June 25th – June 29th 2022 I will be attending the Research Society on Alcoholism Conference in Orlando Florida. Here, I will be presenting two posters based on the research I have done thus far in my T32 postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. One of…
Beginning new post-doc at UTHSCSA
In June 2021, I packed up a U-Haul and moved from the life I had built in Stillwater, Oklahoma over the years and moved down to San Antonio, Texas to begin my post-doctoral research career. I have been selected as a NIDA T32 postdoctoral researcher in the Addiction Research Treatment & Training Center of Excellence…