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Temperament, Evolving Emotions, Neuroscience Study (T.E.E.N.S.)
We are conducting a study examining factors associated with anxiety development in adolescence. We do this through questionnaires and observations of behavior in our laboratory. In this study, we will examine adolescent's emotional development through encountering novel social situations, measuring heart rate and brain activity, and using eye tracking during computer tasks.
Younger than 18 years old
Inclusion Criteria:>= age 13
read and speak English
Exclusion Criteria:neurological disorders
Mental & Behavioral Health
Families Being Supportive Together
This project studies the different ways that caregivers respond to their teens when teens ask for support. The study focuses on youth with and without a risk of developing depression and anxiety. We study how youth ask for help from their caregivers and how caregivers respond in their daily lives by observing family interactions at home. The ultimate goal of this study is to reveal how modern families support their teens and how communication among immediate family members can impact stress, mood, and mental health.
Inclusion Criteria:Family has youth between ages 12-15 yo
Parent and youth live together at least 5 days/week
Parent has an active driver's license
Family has car that they use regularly
Primary language spoken at home is English
Exclusion Criteria:Youth or parent has current diagnosis of severe mental illness (ex: Bipolar, OCD, Alcohol/Substance use disorder, Eating disorder, Psychotic disorder)
Youth has developmental disability (Autism spectrum disorders)
Youth or parent has had a suicide attempt, or intensive care (inpatient, partial hospitalization, daily outpatient) care for emotional or behavior problems in the past 12-months
Other social (ex: homelessness) or medical conditions that make participation difficult
Children's Health, Prevention, Mental & Behavioral Health
Attention and Emotional Development in Children
Children with attention problems often feel anxious or worried, and likewise, children who are anxious or worried often have problems with attention. We are looking for children aged 8-12 who may or may not have problems with attention or anxiety to help us understand what happens in the brain that could explain why. You will receive up to $100 gift card for your participation, and informal clinical feedback on your child.
Younger than 18 years old
Inclusion Criteria:Children aged 8-12
Exclusion Criteria:Children outside of the 8-12 age range
History of seizures or photosensitive epilepsy
Children's Health, Mental & Behavioral Health