Kayla de la Haye, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor (Research) of Psychology
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of Usc
AddressSSB 2001 N Soto St
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    University of Adelaide, Adelaide, AustraliaPh.D.2011health psychology / social networks
    University of Adelaide, Adelaide, AustraliaBachelor of Health Science (Hons)2006psychology
    University of Adelaide, Adelaide, AustraliaBachelor of Arts2004anthropology / psychology
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    International Network for Social Network Analysis2018Freeman Award
    RAND Corporation2013Brook Scholar Award
    University of Adelaide2011Doctoral Research Medal
    Australian Psychological Society2011Excellent Higher Degree Thesis in Health Psychology
    University of Adelaide2011Franz Dalziel Prize for Thesis in Psychology
    Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation2007  - 2010CSIRO Preventative Health Flagship Scholarship

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    Kayla de la Haye is Director of the Institute for Food System Equity at the University of Southern California’s (USC) Center for Economic and Social Research, and an Associate Professor (Research) at USC's Department of Psychology. She is also Director of the Research Development Core at the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI). She works to promote health and prevent disease by applying social network analysis and systems science to key public health issues.
    Her research engages family and community social networks, and broader social determinants of health, to promote healthy eating, food and nutrition security, and prevent chronic disease. It also explores the role of social networks in group problem solving in families, teams, and coalitions. This work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the American Heart Association.
    Dr. de la Haye was previously an Associate Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences at USC, and worked as an Associate Behavioral/Social Scientist at the RAND Corporation. She currently serves as Vice President of the International Network of Social Network Analysis (INSNA), and in 2018, she received the INSNA Freeman Award for significant contributions to the study of social structure. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Adelaide, Australia.
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    1. Estimation of COVID-19 risk-stratified epidemiological parameters and policy implications for Los Angeles County through an integrated risk and stochastic epidemiological model. medRxiv. 2020 Dec 14. Horn AL, Jiang L, Washburn F, Hvitfeldt E, de la Haye K, Nicholas W, Simon P, Pentz M, Cozen W, Sood N, Conti DV. PMID: 33367291; PMCID: PMC7756248.
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    2. Identifying Social Network Conditions that Facilitate Sedentary Behavior Change: The Benefit of Being a "Bridge" in a Group-based Intervention. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 06 12; 17(12). Gesell SB, de la Haye K, Sommer EC, Saldana SJ, Barkin SL, Ip EH. PMID: 32545539; PMCID: PMC7344869.
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    3. Automatic, wearable-based, in-field eating detection approaches for public health research: a scoping review. NPJ Digit Med. 2020; 3:38. Bell BM, Alam R, Alshurafa N, Thomaz E, Mondol AS, de la Haye K, Stankovic JA, Lach J, Spruijt-Metz D. PMID: 32195373; PMCID: PMC7069988.
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    4. Intergenerational exchange of healthful eating encouragement: Consideration of family ancestry and disease history. Fam Syst Health. 2019 12; 37(4):302-313. Manalel JA, Marcum CS, Calabrese S, de la Haye K, Hughes D, Prichard I, Hutchinson A, Wilson C, Koehly L. PMID: 31815512; PMCID: PMC6905198.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    5. Social network interventions for health behaviours and outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS Med. 2019 09; 16(9):e1002890. Hunter RF, de la Haye K, Murray JM, Badham J, Valente TW, Clarke M, Kee F. PMID: 31479454; PMCID: PMC6719831.
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    6. Smoking Diffusion through Networks of Diverse, Urban American Adolescents over the High School Period. J Health Soc Behav. 2019 09; 60(3):362-376. de la Haye K, Shin H, Vega Yon GG, Valente TW. PMID: 31526021; PMCID: PMC7456568.
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    7. Collaboration in Complex Systems: Multilevel Network Analysis for Community-Based Obesity Prevention Interventions. Sci Rep. 2019 08 29; 9(1):12599. McGlashan J, de la Haye K, Wang P, Allender S. PMID: 31467328; PMCID: PMC6715639.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 11     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    8. The role of maternal social networks on the outcomes of a home-based childhood obesity prevention pilot intervention. J Soc Struct. 2019 Aug; 20(3):7-28. de la Haye K, Bell BM, Salvy SJ. PMID: 31827412; PMCID: PMC6905644.
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    9. Sensing eating mimicry among family members. Transl Behav Med. 2019 05 16; 9(3):422-430. Bell BM, Spruijt-Metz D, Vega Yon GG, Mondol AS, Alam R, Ma M, Emi I, Lach J, Stankovic JA, De la Haye K. PMID: 31094447.
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    10. In-home obesity prevention in low-income infants through maternal and social transmission. Contemp Clin Trials. 2019 02; 77:61-69. de la Haye K, Fluke M, Laney PC, Goran M, Galama T, Chou CP, Salvy SJ. PMID: 30578850; PMCID: PMC7153402.
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    11. Personal Network Characteristics as Predictors of Change in Obesity Risk Behaviors in Early Adolescence. J Res Adolesc. 2019 09; 29(3):710-723. Marks J, de la Haye K, Barnett LM, Allender S. PMID: 29770516.
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    12. The Co-evolution of Bullying Perpetration, Homophobic Teasing, and a School Friendship Network. J Youth Adolesc. 2018 03; 47(3):601-618. Merrin GJ, Haye K, Espelage DL, Ewing B, Tucker JS, Hoover M, Green HD. PMID: 29236236.
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    13. Adolescent peer networks and the moderating role of depressive symptoms on developmental trajectories of cannabis use. Addict Behav. 2018 Jan; 76:34-40. Pollard MS, Tucker JS, Green HD, de la Haye K, Espelage DL. PMID: 28738220; PMCID: PMC5614846.
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    14. The dual role of friendship and antipathy relations in the marginalization of overweight children in their peer networks: The TRAILS Study. PLoS One. 2017; 12(6):e0178130. de la Haye K, Dijkstra JK, Lubbers MJ, van Rijsewijk L, Stolk R. PMID: 28591210; PMCID: PMC5462377.
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    15. Analytic Strategies for Longitudinal Networks with Missing Data. Soc Networks. 2017 Jul; 50:17-25. de la Haye K, Embree J, Punkay M, Espelage DL, Tucker JS, Green HD. PMID: 28983146; PMCID: PMC5624335.
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    16. Home visitation programs: an untapped opportunity for the delivery of early childhood obesity prevention. Obes Rev. 2017 02; 18(2):149-163. Salvy SJ, de la Haye K, Galama T, Goran MI. PMID: 27911984; PMCID: PMC5267322.
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    17. Whole of Systems Trial of Prevention Strategies for Childhood Obesity: WHO STOPS Childhood Obesity. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2016 11 16; 13(11). Allender S, Millar L, Hovmand P, Bell C, Moodie M, Carter R, Swinburn B, Strugnell C, Lowe J, de la Haye K, Orellana L, Morgan S. PMID: 27854354; PMCID: PMC5129353.
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    18. Quantifying a Systems Map: Network Analysis of a Childhood Obesity Causal Loop Diagram. PLoS One. 2016; 11(10):e0165459. McGlashan J, Johnstone M, Creighton D, de la Haye K, Allender S. PMID: 27788224; PMCID: PMC5082925.
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    19. Protocol for a randomized controlled trial testing the impact of feedback on familial risk of chronic diseases on family-level intentions to participate in preventive lifestyle behaviors. BMC Public Health. 2016 09 13; 16:965. Wilson CJ, de la Haye K, Coveney J, Hughes DL, Hutchinson A, Miller C, Prichard I, Ward P, Koehly LM. PMID: 27618810; PMCID: PMC5020523.
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    20. The Power of Place: Social Network Characteristics, Perceived Neighborhood Features, and Psychological Distress Among African Americans in the Historic Hill District in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Am J Community Psychol. 2016 09; 58(1-2):60-8. Flórez KR, Ghosh-Dastidar MB, Beckman R, de la Haye K, Duru OK, Abraído-Lanza AF, Dubowitz T. PMID: 27612324; PMCID: PMC5303018.
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    21. Let's Move Together. Health Educ Behav. 2017 02; 44(1):141-152. de Heer HD, de la Haye K, Skapinsky K, Goergen AF, Wilkinson AV, Koehly LM. PMID: 27198532; PMCID: PMC6155986.
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    22. Longitudinal Associations of Homophobic Name-Calling Victimization With Psychological Distress and Alcohol Use During Adolescence. J Adolesc Health. 2016 07; 59(1):110-5. Tucker JS, Ewing BA, Espelage DL, Green HD, de la Haye K, Pollard MS. PMID: 27155959; PMCID: PMC4920732.
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    23. Friendship Network Characteristics Are Associated with Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Early Adolescence. PLoS One. 2015; 10(12):e0145344. Marks J, de la Haye K, Barnett LM, Allender S. PMID: 26709924; PMCID: PMC4692398.
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    24. Befriending Risky Peers: Factors Driving Adolescents' Selection of Friends with Similar Marijuana Use. J Youth Adolesc. 2015 Oct; 44(10):1914-28. de la Haye K, Green HD, Pollard MS, Kennedy DP, Tucker JS. PMID: 25365913; PMCID: PMC4418957.
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    25. A prospective study of marijuana use change and cessation among adolescents. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2014 Nov 01; 144:134-40. Pollard MS, Tucker JS, de la Haye K, Green HD, Kennedy DP. PMID: 25287324; PMCID: PMC4252517.
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    26. Covariance among multiple health risk behaviors in adolescents. PLoS One. 2014; 9(5):e98141. de la Haye K, D'Amico EJ, Miles JN, Ewing B, Tucker JS. PMID: 24858838; PMCID: PMC4032285.
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    27. Peer influence on marijuana use in different types of friendships. J Adolesc Health. 2014 Jan; 54(1):67-73. Tucker JS, de la Haye K, Kennedy DP, Green HD, Pollard MS. PMID: 24054813; PMCID: PMC3872203.
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    28. Selection and Influence Mechanisms Associated With Marijuana Initiation and Use in Adolescent Friendship Networks. J Res Adolesc. 2013 Sep 01; 23(3). de la Haye K, Green HD, Kennedy DP, Pollard MS, Tucker JS. PMID: 24187477; PMCID: PMC3811150.
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    29. Response to Rice & Rhoades (2013). Addiction. 2013 Sep; 108(9):1626-7. Green HD, Tucker JS, de la Haye K. PMID: 23947733.
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    30. Re: "Are network-based interventions a useful antiobesity strategy?". Am J Epidemiol. 2013 Sep 01; 178(5):837-8. de la Haye K. PMID: 23904346.
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    31. Shared risk: who engages in substance use with American homeless youth? Addiction. 2013 Sep; 108(9):1618-24. Green HD, de la Haye K, Tucker JS, Golinelli D. PMID: 23600596; PMCID: PMC3742579.
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    32. Predictors of parent-child relationships that support physical activity in Mexican-American families. J Behav Med. 2014 Apr; 37(2):234-44. de la Haye K, de Heer HD, Wilkinson AV, Koehly LM. PMID: 23203139; PMCID: PMC4748387.
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    33. Peer influence and selection processes in adolescent smoking behavior: a comparative study. Nicotine Tob Res. 2013 Feb; 15(2):534-41. Green HD, Horta M, de la Haye K, Tucker JS, Kennedy DR, Pollard M. PMID: 22944605; PMCID: PMC3612003.
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    34. Neighborhood characteristics and the initiation of marijuana use and binge drinking. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2013 Feb 01; 128(1-2):83-9. Tucker JS, Pollard MS, de la Haye K, Kennedy DP, Green HD. PMID: 22938829; PMCID: PMC3521064.
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    35. Who is Supporting Homeless Youth? Predictors of Support in Personal Networks. J Res Adolesc. 2012 Dec 01; 22(4):604-616. de la Haye K, Green HD, Kennedy DP, Zhou A, Golinelli D, Wenzel SL, Tucker JS. PMID: 23204810; PMCID: PMC3507516.
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    36. Influence of peers and friends on children's and adolescents' eating and activity behaviors. Physiol Behav. 2012 Jun 06; 106(3):369-78. Salvy SJ, de la Haye K, Bowker JC, Hermans RC. PMID: 22480733; PMCID: PMC3372499.
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    37. How physical activity shapes, and is shaped by, adolescent friendships. Soc Sci Med. 2011 Sep; 73(5):719-28. de la Haye K, Robins G, Mohr P, Wilson C. PMID: 21802807.
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    38. Homophily and contagion as explanations for weight similarities among adolescent friends. J Adolesc Health. 2011 Oct; 49(4):421-7. de la Haye K, Robins G, Mohr P, Wilson C. PMID: 21939874.
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