The purpose of this study is to determine how mothers’ depression calibrates their babies biological sensitivity to stress over time, and how this calibration translates into child emotional and behavioral problems.
- Heidemarie Laurent received a R01 grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
- The proposed research examines language comprehension differences across the two cerebral hemispheres and as a function of age in order to understand what factors characterize and promote effective language processing, not only for immediate comprehension but for the longer-term retention of verbal material.
- Josh's American Psychological Foundation grant is titled "Age-of-onset and sex as vulnerability factors for relapse to methamphetamine-seeking via NMDA-NR2B receptor dysfunction in rats". His NIH grant is titled "Mechanisms of metabolic and cognitive dysregulation after combined alcohol and THC use."
- We are delighted to announce that Prof. Jessica Montag has received three grants.
- We are delighted to announce that Prof. Nicole Allen has received a grant from the Champaign County Mental Health Board.
- The title of Tom's project is "Exploring Individual Differences in the Affective Dynamics of Bipolar Spectrum Psychopathology".
- Heidemarie's project title is: "Neurobehavioral Effects of Prenanta Mindfulness Training on Maternal Love".
- The title of his project is "A Novel, Trauma-Informed Screening Approach for Teen Dating Violence Perpetration in Racially Diverse Adolescents: A Multi-Site Study".
- We are delighted to announce that Prof. Joshua Gulley and Prof. Nu-Chu Liang have received grant R21 DA045175 from the National Institute of Drug Abuse.