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Title: Associate Professor
Department: Human Development & Family Studies
Office: 2358 Palmer 2222 Osborn Dr., Ames, IA 50011
Phone number: +1 515 294 8502
- Study examines biomarkers, economic factors that may increase risk for cognitive decline
- Researchers to study impact of natural settings on well-being of people in institutionalized settings
- Individual and Family Stress
- Continuity of Parenting Across Generations
- Parent-Child Relationship
- Social-Emotional Development
- Observational Research Methods
Diggs, O., Neppl, T. K., Lohman, B. J., Bronikowski, A., & Russell, D. (2020, March). The role of economic pressure across generations. Poster accepted to the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, California. (cancelled due to COVID-19)
Evans, A., Diggs, O., & Neppl, T. K. (2020, March). The impact of harsh parenting and marital conflict on the third generation child. Poster accepted to the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, California. (cancelled due to COVID-19)
Lohman, B. J., Neppl, T.K., Diggs, O., & Russell, D. (2019, November). The influence of family stress, economic hardship, and negative peers on BMI from adolescence into adulthood. In J. Doty (Chair), Youth trauma and peer harassment/discrimination: Associations with body image, dieting, and obesity. Invited paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Fort Worth, Texas.
Diggs, O., Neppl, T.K., Bickelhaupt, S., Lohman, B. J., & Russell, D. (2019, November). Family, peer, and individual influences on alcohol use from early to late adolescence. In T. K. Neppl (Chair), Predictors of substance use in late adolescence and emerging adulthood. Paper symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood, Toronto, Canada.
- HDFS 367 Abuse and Illness in Families
- HDFS 567 Family Stress, Abuse, and Illness
- National Council for Family Relations
- Society for Research on Adolescence
- Society for Research in Child Development
Recent funded grants
- Stevens, K., & Neppl. T. K. (Co-Principal Investigators). (2020-2022). Investigating Interactions with Nature with Vulnerable Populations. Bridging the Divide Seed Funding Program, Iowa State University Vice President for Research, $50,000
- Greenlee, M. H., & Neppl, T. K. (Co-Principal Investigators), Denburg, N. (Co-Investigator). (2019-2021). Predicting Cognitive Function: Biomarkers and Economics in a Rural Cohort. Funded by the National Institute on Aging. $438,780.
- Wickrama, K.A.S. (Principal Investigator). Lorenz, F. O., Neppl, T. K., O’Neal, C., & Beach, S. (Co-Investigators). (2014-2020). Couple Relationships and Health during Transition to Later Adulthood. Funded by the National Institute on Aging, $2,579,220. Subcontract awarded to Iowa State University, Neppl, T., & Lorenz, F. (co-Principal Investigators). 2014-2019. Couple Relationships and Health during Transition to Later Adulthood. Funded by the National Institute on Aging, $1,956,680.