Dr Adele Wang

Dr Adele Wang

Dr Adele Wang
Research Associate

The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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adele.wang@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 33 11078

Department of Economics

Exploring the genetic and environmental influences on subjective wellbeing

Research

Fields of interest

wellbeing, Life course epidemiology, Genetic Epidemiology, intervention, Social support, behavioural genetics




Latest publications

  1. Wootton, R, Davis, OS, Mottershaw, A, Wang, A & Haworth, C, 2017, ‘Genetic and environmental correlations between subjective wellbeing and experience of life events in adolescence’. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, vol 26., pp. 1119-1127
  2. Wang, RAH, Nelson-Coffey, SK, Layous, K, Bao, KJ, Davis, OS & Haworth, C, 2017, ‘Moderators of Wellbeing Interventions: Why Do Some People Respond More Positively Than Others?’. PLoS ONE, vol 12.
  3. Mandy, W, Wang, A, Lee, I & Skuse, D, 2017, ‘Evaluating social (pragmatic) communication disorder’. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, vol 58., pp. 1166-1175
  4. Wang, A, Davis, OS, Wootton, R, Mottershaw, A & Haworth, C, 2017, ‘Social support and mental health in late adolescence are correlated for genetic, as well as environmental, reasons’. Scientific Reports, vol 7.
  5. Wootton, RE, Davis, OS, Mottershaw, AL, Wang, A & Haworth, CMA, 2016, ‘Exploring the genetic aetiology of trust in adolescents: Combined twin and DNA analyses’. Twin Research and Human Genetics, vol 19., pp. 638-646
  6. Alsiö, J, Nilsson, SR, Gastambide, F, Wang, RA, Dam, SA, Mar, AC, Tricklebank, M & Robbins, TW, 2015, ‘The role of 5-HT2C receptors in touchscreen visual reversal learning in the rat: A cross-site study’. Psychopharmacology, vol 232., pp. 4017-4031

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