Armstrong, Jeffrey

Title(s)Associate Health Sciences Professor, Pediatrics
Phone(714) 509-8826
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    1. Hilt LM, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. Rumination and Moderators of Multifinality: Predicting Internalizing Symptoms and Alcohol Use During Adolescence. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2017 Sep-Oct; 46(5):746-753. PMID: 26514293.
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    2. Belsky J, Ruttle PL, Boyce WT, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. Early adversity, elevated stress physiology, accelerated sexual maturation, and poor health in females. Dev Psychol. 2015 Jun; 51(6):816-822. PMID: 25915592.
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    3. Ruttle PL, Maslowsky J, Armstrong JM, Burk LR, Essex MJ. Longitudinal associations between diurnal cortisol slope and alcohol use across adolescence: a seven-year prospective study. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2015 Jun; 56:23-8. PMID: 25796068; PMCID: PMC4404216.
    4. Caldwell JZ, Armstrong JM, Hanson JL, Sutterer MJ, Stodola DE, Koenigs M, Kalin NH, Essex MJ, Davidson RJ. Preschool externalizing behavior predicts gender-specific variation in adolescent neural structure. PLoS One. 2015; 10(2):e0117453. PMID: 25658357.
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    5. Ruttle PL, Armstrong JM, Klein MH, Essex MJ. Adolescent internalizing symptoms and negative life events: the sensitizing effects of earlier life stress and cortisol. Dev Psychopathol. 2014 Nov; 26(4 Pt 2):1411-22. PMID: 25422970.
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    6. Pitula CE, Thomas KM, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ, Crick NR, Gunnar MR. Peer victimization and internalizing symptoms among post-institutionalized, internationally adopted youth. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2014 Oct; 42(7):1069-76. PMID: 24619483; PMCID: PMC4219355.
    7. Quas JA, Yim IS, Oberlander TF, Nordstokke D, Essex MJ, Armstrong JM, Bush N, Obradovic J, Boyce WT. The symphonic structure of childhood stress reactivity: patterns of sympathetic, parasympathetic, and adrenocortical responses to psychological challenge. Dev Psychopathol. 2014 Nov; 26(4 Pt 1):963-82. PMID: 24909883; PMCID: PMC4557735.
    8. Ruttle PL, Klein MH, Slattery MJ, Kalin NH, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. Adolescent adrenocortical activity and adiposity: differences by sex and exposure to early maternal depression. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2014 Sep; 47:68-77. PMID: 25001956; PMCID: PMC4106120.
    9. Armstrong JM, Ruttle PL, Klein MH, Essex MJ, Benca RM. Associations of child insomnia, sleep movement, and their persistence with mental health symptoms in childhood and adolescence. Sleep. 2014 May 01; 37(5):901-9. PMID: 24790268; PMCID: PMC3985117.
    10. Armstrong JM, Ruttle PL, Burk LR, Costanzo PR, Strauman TJ, Essex MJ. Early risk factors for alcohol use across high school and its covariation with deviant friends. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2013 Sep; 74(5):746-56. PMID: 23948534; PMCID: PMC3749318.
    11. Ruttle PL, Shirtcliff EA, Armstrong JM, Klein MH, Essex MJ. Neuroendocrine coupling across adolescence and the longitudinal influence of early life stress. Dev Psychobiol. 2015 Sep; 57(6):688-704. PMID: 23775330.
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    12. Ruttle PL, Javaras KN, Klein MH, Armstrong JM, Burk LR, Essex MJ. Concurrent and longitudinal associations between diurnal cortisol and body mass index across adolescence. J Adolesc Health. 2013 Jun; 52(6):731-7. PMID: 23402983; PMCID: PMC3654073.
    13. Slattery MJ, Grieve AJ, Ames ME, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. Neurocognitive function and state cognitive stress appraisal predict cortisol reactivity to an acute psychosocial stressor in adolescents. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2013 Aug; 38(8):1318-27. PMID: 23253895.
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    14. Burghy CA, Stodola DE, Ruttle PL, Molloy EK, Armstrong JM, Oler JA, Fox ME, Hayes AS, Kalin NH, Essex MJ, Davidson RJ, Birn RM. Developmental pathways to amygdala-prefrontal function and internalizing symptoms in adolescence. Nat Neurosci. 2012 Dec; 15(12):1736-41. PMID: 23143517; PMCID: PMC3509229.
    15. Hilt LM, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. Early family context and development of adolescent ruminative style: moderation by temperament. Cogn Emot. 2012; 26(5):916-26. PMID: 22077906; PMCID: PMC3292851.
    16. Essex MJ, Shirtcliff EA, Burk LR, Ruttle PL, Klein MH, Slattery MJ, Kalin NH, Armstrong JM. Influence of early life stress on later hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis functioning and its covariation with mental health symptoms: a study of the allostatic process from childhood into adolescence. Dev Psychopathol. 2011 Nov; 23(4):1039-58. PMID: 22018080; PMCID: PMC3266106.
    17. Shirtcliff EA, Allison AL, Armstrong JM, Slattery MJ, Kalin NH, Essex MJ. Longitudinal stability and developmental properties of salivary cortisol levels and circadian rhythms from childhood to adolescence. Dev Psychobiol. 2012 Jul; 54(5):493-502. PMID: 21953537; PMCID: PMC3270212.
    18. Essex MJ, Boyce WT, Hertzman C, Lam LL, Armstrong JM, Neumann SM, Kobor MS. Epigenetic vestiges of early developmental adversity: childhood stress exposure and DNA methylation in adolescence. Child Dev. 2013 Jan-Feb; 84(1):58-75. PMID: 21883162; PMCID: PMC3235257.
    19. Burk LR, Armstrong JM, Goldsmith HH, Klein MH, Strauman TJ, Costanzo P, Essex MJ. Sex, temperament, and family context: how the interaction of early factors differentially predict adolescent alcohol use and are mediated by proximal adolescent factors. Psychol Addict Behav. 2011 Mar; 25(1):1-15. PMID: 21443307.
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    20. Essex MJ, Armstrong JM, Burk LR, Goldsmith HH, Boyce WT. Biological sensitivity to context moderates the effects of the early teacher-child relationship on the development of mental health by adolescence. Dev Psychopathol. 2011 Feb; 23(1):149-61. PMID: 21262045; PMCID: PMC3058902.
    21. Burk LR, Armstrong JM, Park JH, Zahn-Waxler C, Klein MH, Essex MJ. Stability of early identified aggressive victim status in elementary school and associations with later mental health problems and functional impairments. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2011 Feb; 39(2):225-38. PMID: 20811772; PMCID: PMC3055797.
    22. Wiik KL, Loman MM, Van Ryzin MJ, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ, Pollak SD, Gunnar MR. Behavioral and emotional symptoms of post-institutionalized children in middle childhood. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2011 Jan; 52(1):56-63. PMID: 20649913; PMCID: PMC2978793.
    23. Silver RB, Measelle JR, Armstrong JM, Essex MJ. The impact of parents, child care providers, teachers, and peers on early externalizing trajectories. J Sch Psychol. 2010 Dec; 48(6):555-83. PMID: 21094398; PMCID: PMC3017381.
    24. Luby JL, Essex MJ, Armstrong JM, Klein MH, Zahn-Waxler C, Sullivan JP, Goldsmith HH. Gender differences in emotional reactivity of depressed and at-risk preschoolers: implications for gender specific manifestations of preschool depression. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2009 Jul; 38(4):525-37. PMID: 20183639; PMCID: PMC2829727.
    25. Burk LR, Park JH, Armstrong JM, Klein MH, Goldsmith HH, Zahn-Waxler C, Essex MJ. Identification of early child and family risk factors for aggressive victim status in first grade. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2008 May; 36(4):513-26. PMID: 18092191.
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    26. Essex MJ, Kraemer HC, Armstrong JM, Boyce WT, Goldsmith HH, Klein MH, Woodward H, Kupfer DJ. Exploring risk factors for the emergence of children's mental health problems. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2006 Nov; 63(11):1246-56. PMID: 17088505.
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    27. Essex MJ, Boyce WT, Goldstein LH, Armstrong JM, Kraemer HC, Kupfer DJ. The confluence of mental, physical, social, and academic difficulties in middle childhood. II: developing the Macarthur health and Behavior Questionnaire. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2002 May; 41(5):588-603. PMID: 12014792.
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