This project will examine preschoolers' abilities to regulate their responses to both positive and negative feedback. It will use neurophysiological methods to examine the time course of emotion regulation and how it develops in the preschool through school-aged periods in both typically developing and highly anxious children. We may also add an fNIRS component to this project and are searching for a post-doc or graduate student to help with this.
Presentation at the Annual Meeting for Association for Behavior and Cognitive therapies, New York, NY, 2016.
Presented at the Annual meeting of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Miami, FL, April, 2015.
Presented at the Society for Research in Chid Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2015
$35,000 Kickstart Award, Fast Forward, UM MTRAC for Life Sciences
$100,000 grant from the University of Michigan MICHR
$166,783 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIH)
$60,000 grant from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation