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Kaiser, Roselinde Henderson Assistant Professor


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  • Dr. Kaiser is a clinical psychologist who uses integrated behavioral, developmental, and neuroscientific methods to understand Major Depression and related affective disorders. Together with members of her research laboratory, Dr. Kaiser is working to understand neurocognitive dysfunction in depression, including abnormalities in the structure, molecular signaling, and coordinated activity of brain networks involved in emotion regulation. Dr. Kaiser explores these topics from a developmental perspective, with special interest in using neurocognitive risk markers to predict the onset and course of mood disorders in teens or young adults. Clinically, Dr. Kaiser is testing how neurocognitive functioning may be enhanced to foster affective health, with the goal of translating basic science into improved treatment and emotional wellness.


  • Adolescent neurodevelopment, Depression, Mood disorders, Translational neuroscience


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