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Well-Being in Adolescents and Emerging Adults (WAE)

The Well-Being in Adolescents and Emerging Adults (WAE) Laboratory was formed Little girl in foam pit at Jump Jam eventin August 2014 by Elizabeth Johnson and Spencer Olmstead to integrate their complementary lines of research and to further the study of well-being among young people between the ages of ten and twenty-five. Specific areas of interest and study include psychosocial well-being in the context of parental incarceration, the implications of daily stress exposure and reactivity for mental and physical health, emerging adult health-risk behaviors, and sexual health education and intervention during the transition to college.

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