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Lauren M Haack, PhD

Lauren M Haack, PhD


NIH Fogarty Global Health

Culiacan, Mexico

Lauren Marie Haack, PhD currently is serving as an NIH Fogarty Global Health Fellow sponsorded by the University of San Francisco, California (UCSF) and Autonomous University of Sinaloa in Mexico. Dr. Haack completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Spanish at Clemson University under the mentorship of Dr. Eric...


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NIH Fogarty Global Health


Behavioral treatment is considered a “well established” intervention for childhood ADHD, which impacts 5-10% of children worldwide; however, Latino youth continue to experience mental health disparities related to ADHD identification and service utilization. To remedy this, community-based research focused on effective and feasible implementation of evidence-based, culturally-sensitive ADHD services in real-world settings is needed. During her Fogarty Global Health fellowship in Culiacan, Mexico, Dr. Haack will be pilot-testing a school-based behavioral intervention for children with attention and behavior problems to investigate program feasibility, acceptability, and treatment outcomes in this underserved population. This project also will help inform culturally sensitive guidelines for program implementation with the diverse and rapidly growing global population of Latino youth.

We investigate the Depression-Distortion Hypothesis in a sample of 199 school-aged children with ADHD-Predominantly Inattentive presentation (ADHD-I) by examining relations and cross-sectional mediational pathways between parental characteristics...


University of San Francisco

Adjunct Professor

Courses: General Psychology (PSYC 101); Cross Cultural Psychology (PSYC 304); Advanced Research Topics (ART): Childhood ADHD (PSYC 387); Advanced Research Methods (ARM): Evaluating Childhood ADHD (PSYC 388)