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Lindsay Till Hoyt

Lindsay Till Hoyt

Health and Society Scholar, Robert Woods Johnson Foundation

Annenberg Hall
Room 104
2120 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208-0001
Phone: (847) 491-3490
Biography
Lindsay is a doctoral candidate in Human Development and Social Policy. She is a member of the Cluster for Society, Biology, and Health and a graduate student affiliate of the Institute of Policy Research (IPR) and Cells to Society (C2S). She works with Dr. Emma Adam and Dr. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale.

Curriculum Vitae
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Research/Scholarship

Education
Year Degree Institution
2013 PhD, Human Dev & Social Pol
Human Development and Social Policy
Northwestern University
2010 MA, Human Dev & Social Pol
Human Development and Social Policy
Northwestern University
2005 BA, Psychology and Peace Studies University of Notre Dame


Research Interests
I am interested in social and psychological influences on health and development. My master's thesis entitled "Happy youth, healthy adults: Does positive well-being in adolescence predict better health in young adulthood?" examined the longitudinal association between positive well-being and future health and health behaviors using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. I also study stress physiology, interpersonal relationships and health inequalities.




Professional


Employment History
2005 2007 Research Assistant, DePaul University






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