Individual differences in executive functions (EF) are associated with many important aspects of human health and functioning, including mental health. Critically, EF processes continue to develop through the early 20s, a period when new stressors arise during the transition to adulthood and psychopathology risk is high. Our research seeks to better understand the links between EF, stress and stress coping mechanisms, and psychopathology (especially depression and anxiety) during this key adolescent and emerging adulthood period.
- Welcome to our new master's student Caroline Forest and our new undergraduate research assistants Sarah Rosa, and Hannah Spear! If you would like to join the lab, see Join the Lab for information on how to apply.