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Elissa Hamlat, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address3333 California Street
San Francisco CA 94118
Phone510-847-5633
EmailElissa.Hamlat@ucsf.edu
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences


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    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, ILPostdoctoralClinical Psychology
    University of Illinois, Chicago, Chicago, ILInternship Clinical Psychology
    Temple University, Philadelphia, PAPhDClinical Psychology
    UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CABACognitive Science

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    Elissa June Hamlat's research focuses on the pubertal transition as a developmental period of risk for physical and mental health problems, particularly those associated with depression. At UCSF, she works primarily with Dr. Elissa Epel to better understand the biological processes underlying the relationships between puberty and health outcomes throughout the lifespan. She is interested in racial and ethnic differences in these relationships and how they may contribute to health disparities.

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    Memory Specificity Training as Depression Intervention
    NIH/NIMH F31MH102861Aug 1, 2014 - Jul 31, 2016
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Early pubertal timing predicts onset and recurrence of depressive episodes in boys and girls. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2020 Feb 03. Hamlat EJ, McCormick KC, Young JF, Hankin BL. PMID: 32017111.
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    2. Developmental Course of Personality Disorder Traits in Childhood and Adolescence. J Pers Disord. 2019 May 14; 1-19. Hamlat EJ, Young JF, Hankin BL. PMID: 31084556.
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    3. Self-reported affective biases, but not all affective performance biases, are present in depression remission. Br J Clin Psychol. 2019 Sep; 58(3):274-288. Cerny BM, Stange JP, Kling LR, Hamlat EJ, O'Donnell LA, Deveney C, Langenecker SA. PMID: 30854675.
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    4. A Latent Structure Analysis of Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression in Adolescence. Behav Ther. 2019 07; 50(4):755-764. Liu RT, McArthur BA, Burke TA, Hamilton JL, Mac Giollabhui N, Stange JP, Hamlat EJ, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 31208685.
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    5. Pubertal Timing as a Transdiagnostic Risk for Psychopathology in Youth. Clin Psychol Sci. 2019 May; 7(3):411-429. Hamlat EJ, Snyder HR, Young JF, Hankin BL. PMID: 31179165.
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    6. Predictors of Attrition in Longitudinal Neuroimaging Research: Inhibitory Control, Head Movement, and Resting-State Functional Connectivity. Brain Connect. 2018 11; 8(9):527-536. Stange JP, Jenkins LM, Bessette KL, Kling LR, Bark JS, Shepard R, Hamlat EJ, DelDonno S, Phan KL, Passarotti AM, Ajilore O, Langenecker SA. PMID: 30411975.
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    7. Disrupted engagement of networks supporting hot and cold cognition in remitted major depressive disorder. J Affect Disord. 2018 02; 227:183-191. Stange JP, Jenkins LM, Hamlat EJ, Bessette KL, DelDonno SR, Kling LR, Passarotti AM, Phan KL, Klumpp H, Ryan KA, Langenecker SA. PMID: 29100150.
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    8. Pubertal Development, Emotion Regulatory Styles, and the Emergence of Sex Differences in Internalizing Disorders and Symptoms in Adolescence. Clin Psychol Sci. 2016 Sep; 4(5):867-881. Alloy LB, Hamilton JL, Hamlat EJ, Abramson LY. PMID: 27747141.
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    9. Assessment and Treatment of Bipolar Spectrum Disorders in Emerging Adulthood: Applying the Behavioral Approach System Hypersensitivity Model. Cogn Behav Pract. 2016 Aug; 23(3):289-299. Hamlat EJ, Garro-Moore JK, Nusslock R, Alloy LB. PMID: 28133431.
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    10. INFLEXIBLE COGNITION PREDICTS FIRST ONSET OF MAJOR DEPRESSIVE EPISODES IN ADOLESCENCE. Depress Anxiety. 2016 Nov; 33(11):1005-1012. Stange JP, Connolly SL, Burke TA, Hamilton JL, Hamlat EJ, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 27093215.
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    11. Pubertal Timing, Peer Victimization, and Body Esteem Differentially Predict Depressive Symptoms in African American and Caucasian Girls. J Early Adolesc. 2015 Apr; 35(3):378-402. Hamlat EJ, Shapero BG, Hamilton JL, Stange JP, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 26146433.
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    12. Cognitive Styles in Mood Disorders: Discriminative Ability of Unipolar and Bipolar Cognitive Profiles. Int J Cogn Ther. 2015 Mar; 8(1):35-60. Shapero BG, Stange JP, Goldstein KE, Black CL, Molz AR, Hamlat EJ, Black SK, Boccia AS, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 25893033.
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    13. Early pubertal timing as a vulnerability to depression symptoms: differential effects of race and sex. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2014 May; 42(4):527-38. Hamlat EJ, Stange JP, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 24014162.
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    14. Rumination and overgeneral autobiographical memory in adolescents: an integration of cognitive vulnerabilities to depression. J Youth Adolesc. 2015 Apr; 44(4):806-18. Hamlat EJ, Connolly SL, Hamilton JL, Stange JP, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 24449170.
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    15. Pubertal timing and vulnerabilities to depression in early adolescence: differential pathways to depressive symptoms by sex. J Adolesc. 2014 Feb; 37(2):165-74. Hamilton JL, Hamlat EJ, Stange JP, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 24439622.
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    16. Cognitive vulnerabilities amplify the effect of early pubertal timing on interpersonal stress generation during adolescence. J Youth Adolesc. 2014 May; 43(5):824-33. Hamilton JL, Stange JP, Kleiman EM, Hamlat EJ, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 24061858.
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    17. Emotional maltreatment, peer victimization, and depressive versus anxiety symptoms during adolescence: hopelessness as a mediator. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2013; 42(3):332-47. Hamilton JL, Shapero BG, Stange JP, Hamlat EJ, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 23534812.
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    18. Overgeneral autobiographical memory, emotional maltreatment, and depressive symptoms in adolescence: evidence of a cognitive vulnerability-stress interaction. J Adolesc. 2013 Feb; 36(1):201-8. Stange JP, Hamlat EJ, Hamilton JL, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. PMID: 23186994.
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    19. Biomarkers in psychiatry: drawbacks and potential for misuse. Int Arch Med. 2010 Jan 12; 3:1. Lakhan SE, Vieira K, Hamlat E. PMID: 20150988.
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    20. Time for a unified approach to medical ethics. Philos Ethics Humanit Med. 2009 Sep 08; 4:13. Lakhan SE, Hamlat E, McNamee T, Laird C. PMID: 19737406.
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