Denise Haynie, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Staff Scientist

301 435 6933
BG 6710B RM 3139D

Dr. Haynie has worked at NICHD since 1993, currently serving as a staff scientist in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Branch (SBSB). Her expertise is in child and adolescent development, with a focus on adolescent risk and health behaviors, and her current research interests include social influences, substance use, and sleep in adolescence and emerging adulthood. For SBSB, Dr. Haynie conducts behavioral research, both observational and intervention evaluation, on adolescent health behaviors. She is currently the principal investigator on the NEXT Generation Health Study, a 7-year cohort study examining trajectories of multiple health behaviors from adolescence into emerging adulthood. Additionally, she is an investigator on the Prenatal and Childhood Mechanisms of Health Disparities study.

Selected Publications

Beyond Sleep Duration: Bidirectional Associations Among Chronotype, Social Jetlag, and Drinking Behaviors in a Longitudinal Sample of US High School Students.
Haynie DL(1), Lewin D(2), Luk JW(1), Lipsky LM(1), O'Brien F(3), Iannotti RJ(4), Liu D(1), Simons-Morton BG(1).
Sleep. 2018 Feb 1;41(2). pii: zsx202. doi: 10.1093/sleep/zsx202.

Prospective Associations of Actual and Perceived Descriptive Norms with Drinking Among Emerging Adults.
Simons-Morton B(1), Haynie D(1), Bible J(2), Liu D(3).
Subst Use Misuse. 2018 Sep 19;53(11):1771-1781. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2018.1432651. Epub 2018 Feb 5.

Changes in Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity Among Older Adolescents.
Li K(1), Haynie D(2), Lipsky L(2), Iannotti RJ(3), Pratt C(4), Simons-Morton B(2).
Pediatrics. 2016 Oct;138(4). pii: e20161372.

Accuracy of Self-Reported Height, Weight, and BMI Over Time in Emerging Adults.
Lipsky LM(1), Haynie DL(2), Hill C(2), Nansel TR(2), Li K(3), Liu D(4), Iannotti RJ(5), Simons-Morton B(2).
Am J Prev Med. 2019 Jun;56(6):860-868. doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2019.01.004. Epub 2019 Apr 17.

Trajectories of eating behaviors in a nationally representative cohort of U.S. adolescents during the transition to young adulthood.
Lipsky LM(1), Haynie DL(2), Liu D(3), Chaurasia A(4), Gee B(5), Li K(6), Iannotti RJ(7), Simons-Morton B(8).
Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2015 Nov 4;12:138. doi: 10.1186/s12966-015-0298-x.

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