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Angel Hammond
Associate Research Specialist, Center for Healthy Minds

Angel currently works on the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) project, a longitudinal study examining how biology, personal characteristics, life experiences, and health are related to emotional regulation using fMRI and facial EMG. She also works on a Wisconsin Registry Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP) project, which studies the relationship between emotional processes and risk for Alzheimer's disease.
   
Angel previously worked on data processing for the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health-funded Well-Being Study and the Wisconsin Study of Families and Work.

Education

B.S., Neurobiology, University of Wisconsin–Madison

What does well-being mean to me?

"Balance in all things."

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Midlife Development in the United States

Our scientists examine how individual differences in emotional reactivity and recovery to emotional stimuli, brain structure and patterns of brain activity are related to life experiences, personality, behavior, health and well-being across the adult lifespan in a large national longitudinal sample.