The BE-RAD lab has a new home! You can now find us in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Kent State University. More information to come!
The BE-RAD Lab has moved!
Welcome to the BE-RAD lab website! Our research examines risk for affective disorders and behavior problems in children and adolescents, and how different environmental and biological conditions may increase this risk for some youth. We use a variety of methodological tools to investigate these questions, including hormone assaying, behavioral coding, and interview-based measures. Please explore our website to find out more about the team, current studies, and how to get involved!
SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
September 21 , 2023
Dr. Black had presented the results of our parent-child synchrony pilot study as a poster, “Parental influences on parent-child synchrony during middle childhood,” at the Society for Research in Psychopathology conference.
IN OTHER NEWS
52ND ANNUAL MEETING OF ISPNE IN CHICAGO
September 9, 2022
Dr. Black will be in Chicago presenting at ISPNE this Friday! Come see her, Dr. Jenny M. Phan, and @elizabethshirt1
discuss "Utilizing diverse methods to characterize puberty: Three investigations across development."
PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Dr. Black, along with UNO Associate Professor Elliott Beaton, met with the UNO Alumni Association to discuss the psychological impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and families, as well as to share information about the PELICAN study. Check out their video below!