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Katie J. Paige MA PhD(c)

Katie J. Paige
Designation
  • Predoctoral Psychology Intern
Gender Pronouns
  • she/her
Contact Information
  • kjpaige [at] uic.edu
  • (312) 413-4597
  • (999) 999-9999
  • Institute for Juvenile Research (IJR)
    1747 W. Roosevelt Rd.
    Chicago IL 60612
  • Room #:235
Website

Katie J. Paige is a current intern in the child track in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois Chicago. She is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Clinical Psychology program at the University at Buffalo. Katie’s primary clinical interests are in adolescent problem behavior and substance use treatment.

Katie’s research uses a developmental psychopathology framework to understand the development, and sequelae, of adolescent substance use. Specifically, she is interested in the impact of adolescent substance use, and the broader context of problem behavior, on the development of executive functioning.

  • Graduate School
    University at Buffalo
  • Undergraduate
    University of Notre Dame
  • psychiatry

    Adolescent development, substance use, problem behavior, executive functioning

  • Shaw, R.J., Paige, K.J., Livingston, J.A., Colder, C.R., & Read, J.P. (2023). Intoxication and poor executive control impact the effectiveness of sexual assault protective behaviors on the daily level. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 8862605231162656. Advance online publication.

    Paige, K.J., Shaw, R.J. & Colder, C.R. (2023). The role of effortful control in mitigating negative consequences associated with emerging adult drinking. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research, 47(3), 512–526.

    Paige, K.J., Egerton, G.A., Ramer, N.E., Page, J.N., Kiss, N., & Colder, C.R. (2022). The Acquired Preparedness Model of cannabis use in emerging adulthood: Comparing within-person and between-person effects. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 83(3), 430–438.

    Paige, K.J., Ramer, N.E., & Colder, C.R. (2022). Developmental cascade effects of maternal depression on offspring substance use across adolescence: Pathway through poor mother-child relationship quality and peer deviancy. Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, 50(7), 933–944.

    Paige, K.J., Weigard, A. & Colder, C.R. (2022). Reciprocal associations between positive implicit attitudes and heavy drinking in emerging adulthood. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research, 46, 277– 288.

    Ramer, N.E., Paige, K.J., & Colder, C.R. (2021). Alcoholspecific communication and emerging adult offspring’s perceived parental approval and drinking in the context of parent alcohol expectancies. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research, 45(1), 251-163.

    Paige, K.J., Meisel, S.N., & Colder, C.R. (2021). An examination of reciprocal associations between substance use and effortful control across adolescence using a bifactor model of externalizing symptoms. Development and Psychopathology, 3(4), 1507–1519.

    Paige, K J., & Colder, C.R. (2020). Long-term effects of early adolescent marijuana use on attentional and inhibitory control. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 81(2), 164-172.

    Park, T.W., Lin, L., Hosanagar, A., Kogowski, A., Paige, K., Bohnert, A.S.B. (2016). Understanding risk factors for opioid overdose in clinical populations to inform treatment and policy. Journal of Addiction Medicine, 10(6), 369-381.