Michaeline Jensen is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Developmental Science who completed her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Arizona State University. Michaeline’s research focuses on better understanding the development of adolescent substance use and risk taking behaviors within family, peer, neighborhood, and cultural contexts. Michaeline is particularly interested in the interplay between individual vulnerabilities and aspects of the social-cultural environment. Her current research focuses on leveraging novel communication technologies to better assess adolescent and young adult substance use and its contextual correlates.