Nicholas D. Young, PhD
- Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Dr. Young provides scientific and clinical leadership for the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Integrated Behavioral Health Program, the state’s flagship model for pediatric primary care services. Dr. Young’s research and applied interests center on behavioral health consultation, integrated primary care, judgment/data-based decision making, and behavioral economics.
Dr. Young completed undergraduate training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and graduate training at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He completed internship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center Munroe-Meyer Institute, and postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital Colorado Pediatric Mental Health Institute.
(Young ND, Takala CR.) J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2018 Aug;57(8):603-609.
(Gabriels RL, Shah JS, Young ND, Gralla J, Goldson EJ.) J Ment Health Res Intellect Disabi.. 2018;11(2):173-174..
(Daly EJ, Hess PM, Sommerhalder MS, Strong W, Johnsen M, O'Connor MA, Young ND.) J Behav Edu.. 2016;25(3):275-289..
(Young ND, Daly EJ.) J Behav Edu.. 2016;25(1):95-119..
(Young ND, Daly EJ.) Behav Interv.. 2016;31(3):291-299..
(Stark KH, Barnes JC, Young ND, Gabriels RL.) J Autism Dev Disord. 2015 Nov;45(11):3468-74.
(Andersen MN, Daly EJ, Young ND.) Psychol Sch.. 2013;50(4):403-414..
(Kupzyk S, Daly EJ, Ihlo T, Young ND.) Psychol Sch.. 2012;49(3):219-230..