David Lydon-Staley is an Assistant Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Lydon-Staley’s research focuses on the unfolding of human behavior over short timescales (e.g., moment-to-moment, day-to-day) during the course of everyday life. The ebb and flow of momentary behavior may seem inconsequential, but the minutiae of everyday life, once tallied up over time, become the foundation for more enduring changes in our behavior, environment, and biology that occur on longer (e.g., years, decades) timescales. With this focus on short-term (on the daily or even finer timescales) dynamics in behavior, his research focuses on substance use, emotion regulation, and curiosity across the lifespan, with a particular focus on adolescence. He makes use of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), experimental laboratory paradigms, and experience sampling methodologies coupled with intensive-longitudinal data and network analysis techniques.

Lydon-Staley’s work has been funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Jacobs Foundation, the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, the Center for Curiosity, and the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. He received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English Literature from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and his Ph.D. in Human Development & Family Studies from The Pennsylvania State University. Before joining Annenberg, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Complex Systems Lab of Professor Danielle Bassett in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Ecological momentary assessment of affect and craving in patients in treatment for prescription opioid dependence

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Daily sleep quality affects drug craving, partially through indirect associations with positive affect, in patients in treatment for nonmedical use of prescription drugs

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Hunters, busybodies and the knowledge network building associated with deprivation curiosity

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Repetitive negative thinking in daily life and functional connectivity among default mode, fronto-parietal, and salience networks

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Adolescent Emotion Network Dynamics in Daily Life and Implications for Depression

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Effective learning is accompanied by high-dimensional and efficient representations of neural activity

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Digital phenotyping for psychiatry: Accommodating data and theory with network science methodologies

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Age‐Varying Associations Between Cigarette Smoking, Sensation Seeking, and Impulse Control Through Adolescence and Young Adulthood

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Within-person variability in sensation-seeking during daily life: Positive associations with alcohol use and self-defined risky behaviors.

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Network neuroscience: a framework for developing biomarkers in psychiatry

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Implications of family cohesion and conflict for adolescent mood and well‐being: Examining within‐and between‐family processes on a daily timescale

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Harnessing networks and machine learning in neuropsychiatric care

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