Ashley C Parr, PhD
Research Instructor in Psychiatry
3811 O'Hara St.
Education & Training
Neuroscience (Neuroeconomics), Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Developmental Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Member, Society for Neuroscience
Member, Flux: The Society for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Member, Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Developmental neuroscience; NeuroeconomicsSelected Research Publications & Products
- Parr AC, Calabro F, Tervo-Clemmens B, Larsen B, Foran W, Luna B. Contributions ofdopamine-related basal ganglia neurophysiology to the developmental effects of incentiveson inhibitory control. In Press at Dev Cogn Neurosci. Manuscript ID: DCN-D-21-00252.
- Parr AC, Calancie O, Coe B, Khan S, Munoz D. Development of mixed-strategy decisionmaking in adolescents with and without borderline personality disorder. Front Neurosci.: Decision Neuroscience. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2021.667399
- Parr AC, Calabro F, Larsen B, Tervo-Clemmens B, Foran W, Olafsson V, Luna B. Dopaminerelated striatal neurophysiology is associated with specialization of frontostriatal reward circuitry through adolescence. Prog Neurobiol. PMID: 33667595.
The Department of Psychiatry Welcomes Three New Faculty Members
Pitt Psychiatry extends a warm welcome to three new faculty members: Ashley Parr, PhD (Research Instructor in Psychiatry) Dr. Parr earned her PhD in neuroscience, with a focus on neuroeconomics, from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. She then came to the University of Pittsburgh for postdoctoral research training under the mentorship of Bea Luna, PhD (Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology and...