Teague Henry is a quantitative psychologist and postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Psychiatry. He joined the the Youth and Family Research Program in 2020, where he researches the neural correlates of ADHD-related outcomes in adults with ADHD. Teague's quantitative work centers on the development of new statistical techniques and software packages to analyze network data in both psychology and neuroimaging, with particular focus on understanding how components of networks contribute to the overall topology. Teague's applied interests focus on the neural correlates of neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism and ADHD, adult outcomes of those disorders, and optimizing psychological interventions.
Teague enjoys cooking, weight lifting, boardgames, watching horror movies alone, watching historical romances with his partner, and watching action movies with his cats.
Current Research Projects
Education & Training
- University of Washington, Seattle, BS, Psychology (Philosophy and Math Minors)
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MS, Statistics
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, PhD, Quantitative Psychology