Charles Geier

Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies

Charles Geier

Research Summary

Adolescent neurodevelopment and risky decision making; emergence of substance use; fMRI methods

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Reward Brain Smoking Child Food Amygdala Magnetic Resonance Imaging Motivation Anxiety Corpus Striatum Hunger Alcohol Alcohols Sleep Risk Taking Prefrontal Cortex Weights And Measures Adolescence Eating Aptitude Eating Behavior Longitudinal Studies Money Childhood Hyperphagia

Most Recent Publications

Determining risk for stress-linked psychiatric illness following adolescent stress exposure

Lauren Chaby, Heather Lasseter, Charles Geier, Andreas Jeromin, Current Opinions in Behavioral Sciences on p. 79-89

Children with lower ratings of executive functions have a greater response to the portion size effect

Kathleen Loralee Keller, Alaina Pearce, Bari Fuchs, Kyle Hallisky, Barbara J. Rolls, Stephen Wilson, Charles Geier, Emma Jane Rose, 2023, Appetite

Young In Chung, Roisin White, Charles F. Geier, Stephen J. Johnston, Joshua M. Smyth, Mauricio R. Delgado, Sherry A. McKee, Stephen J. Wilson, 2023, Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience on p. 440-456

Relations Between Executive Functioning and Internalizing Symptoms Vary as a Function of Frontoparietal-amygdala Resting State Connectivity

Kelley E. Gunther, Daniel Petrie, Koraly Pérez-Edgar, Charles Geier, 2023, Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Heterogeneity in PFC-amygdala connectivity in middle childhood, and concurrent interrelations with inhibitory control and anxiety symptoms

Kelley Gunther, Daniel Petrie, Alaina L. Pearce, Bari Fuchs, Koraly Pérez-Edgar, K Perez-Edgar, Kathleen Keller, Charles Geier, 2022, Neuropsychologia

Heterogeneity in fronto-amygdala connectivity in middle childhood, and concurrent interrelations with inhibitory control and anxiety symptomology

Kelley Gunther, D Petrie, A Pearce, B Fuchs, Koraly Perez-Edgar, K Keller, C Geier, 2022, Neuropsychologia

Sarah Laskowitz, Griffin, J. Griffin, Charles Geier, K. Scherf, 2022, Proceedings of Machine Learning Research on p. 22

S Adise, C White, N Roberts, Charles Geier, K. L. Keller, 2021, Appetite on p. 105610

Daniel J. Petrie, Sy Miin Chow, Charles F. Geier, 2021, Brain Sciences

Jason Griffin, C Geier, J Smyth, K. Scherf, 2021, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry - Advances on p. e12041

Most-Cited Papers

Adolescent cognitive control and reward processing: Implications for risk taking and substance use

Charles F. Geier, 2013, Hormones and Behavior on p. 333-342

David M. Lydon, Stephen J. Wilson, Amanda Child, Charles F. Geier, 2014, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews on p. 323-342

David J. Paulsen, Michael N. Hallquist, Charles F. Geier, Beatriz Luna, 2015, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience on p. 105-115

Beatriz Luna, David J. Paulsen, Aarthi Padmanabhan, Charles Geier, 2013, Current Directions in Psychological Science on p. 94-100

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles F. Geier, Danielle L. Joel, Patrick McGurrin, Rachel L. Denlinger, Erika E. Forbes, Eric C. Donny, 2014, Biological Psychiatry on p. 681-688

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles F. Geier, Merideth A. Addicott, Rachel Denlinger, Bethany R. Raiff, Jesse Dallery, F. Joseph McClernon, Eric C. Donny, 2016, Neuropsychopharmacology on p. 2521-2529

Maggie M. Sweitzer, Charles F. Geier, Rachel Denlinger, Erika E. Forbes, Bethany R. Raiff, Jesse Dallery, F. J. McClernon, Eric C. Donny, 2016, Psychopharmacology on p. 751-760

Shana Adise, Charles F. Geier, Nicole J. Roberts, Corey N. White, Kathleen L. Keller, 2018, Appetite on p. 167-179

David M. Lydon, Nilam Ram, David E. Conroy, Aaron L. Pincus, Charles F. Geier, Jennifer L. Maggs, 2016, Addictive Behaviors on p. 68-73

David M. Lydon-Staley, Charles F. Geier, 2018, Journal of Research on Adolescence on p. 354-367