Center scientists are evaluating and comparing the effectiveness of brief trainings to buffer against the negative effects that acute stress has on behavior and cognitive abilities.
Researchers at the Center studied how people who ruminate respond differently to stresses and how this might impact mental health and well-being.
Center researchers seek to unearth how the brain processes emotions differently depending on a person’s awareness of what’s causing that emotion.
Drawing from empathic accuracy tasks and imaging data from an adolescent population, this project explores additional frameworks of empathy that more fully examine two components of empathy.
How does Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting (MBCP) impact the brains of infants and their mothers?
How do early experiences shape a person’s chances of developing symptoms associated with depression and anxiety? Center scientists are studying risk factors and longitudinal data to learn more.
How does cognitive and neural processing of stress-related information differ in individuals with a high risk of depression?
Center researchers are examining how flexibility in self-image influences well-being and pro-social behavior.