Current as of December 10, 2023
Dysregulated emotions are central features of psychiatric disorders associated with both externalizing problems (aggressive, antisocial behaviors) and internalizing problems (anxiety, depression). Adolescence is a critical juncture in the development of these disorders because of the increased incidence and differentiation of clinical problems particularly along gender-based lines. This is a biobehavioral, longitudinal investigation of the role of emotion in the development of psychopathology in adolescence. The focus is on socialization experiences and biological processes that contribute ...
- INCLUSION CRITERIA
- Subjects and their families will be recruited from the community.
- Inclusionary criteria will be based on mother and youth report of (a) emotion regulation problems and (b) the presence of subclinical or clinical symptomatology based on broad-band scales of the Youth Self-Report or mother's report of behavior problems.
- Individuals meeting entry criteria will be offered entry into the study, and others will be notified.
- EXCLUSION CRITERIA
- A debilitating physical impairment (e.g., seizure disorder, cerebral palsy, head trauma).
- Significant intellectual impairment (i.e., IQ less than 70).
- History of psychosis.
- Any condition that would impair a participant's ability to respond to the study's paradigms will be excluded from this study at the time of screening.
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Immunology at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
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