Justin Jager, Ph.D.
Dr. Jager was a post-doctoral research fellow for the University of Michigan Addiction Research Center (UMARC). In the summer of 2007 Dr. Jager received his Ph.D in Developmental Psychology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Jager’s research examined the complex relation between the constellation of one’s social statuses, the development of one’s sense of self, and the growth of functioning (e.g., mental health, substance use/abuse, and physical health) over the course of early adolescence and young adulthood. Dr. Jager also studied (1) contextual transitions associated with early adulthood and their impact on functioning, and (2) the dual impact of distal/adolescent and proximal/early adulthood factors on subsequent adjustment.
Substance Abuse Section
Section Web Administrator: Tyler Brubaker
© copyright 2001 University of Michigan Health System
Last updated on: 8/6/10Tuesday, 07-Dec-2010 16:22:04 EST