Ashley Linden-Carmichael, Ph.D. is an Assistant Research Professor in the Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center at The Pennsylvania State University. She is also a Faculty Affiliate of Penn State’s Methodology Center. Ashley’s program of research focuses on identifying influential and underlying psychosocial predictors and consequences of high-risk drinking behavior, including high-intensity drinking, alcohol mixed with energy drinks, and simultaneous use of alcohol with other substances, such as marijuana. Ashley has a particular interest in using innovative methods, such as daily diary designs, ecological momentary assessment, and wearable alcohol sensors to assess problematic alcohol use patterns in real-time. Ashley was recently awarded a five-year K01 from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
Ashley received her PhD in Applied Experimental Psychology at Old Dominion University in 2016. She received pre-doctoral NRSA fellowship funding from NIAAA (F31 AA023118). Ashley completed her undergraduate work at Central Michigan University in 2010 and received her M.S. in Experimental Psychology from ODU in 2012.
Ashley’s full CV can be downloaded here (last updated 12/2019).