Longitudinal Associations between Stress, Cognition, and Socioemotional Development (K99-R00)

The project investigates how maternal and child stress alters brain activity across infancy and early childhood and how such alterations predict neurocognitive and socioemotional functioning. Elucidating the direct influence of chronic physiological stress on alterations in brain development and the functional significance of such alterations provides important insights for early identification and intervention of future long-term cognitive and socioemotional outcomes.

Core PI: Sonya Troller-Renfree

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