Whitney I. Mattson
Whitney's research examines the interaction between early life stressors and affective development at multiple levels of analysis (behavioral indices of facial expression and attention, and brain function), and how individual differences in these interactions result in healthy or risky developmental trajectories.
Tyler is interested in studying the relationships between early poverty, brain development, and adolescent psychopathology. She is also interested in exploring the relative influences of poverty-related stressors and policy interventions on brain development and adolescent mental health outcomes.
My research interests include the exploration of how perceived discrimination alters brain function and development, leading to the emergence of psychopathology. As well, as using fMRI neuroimaging to predict treatment response to different anxiety related therapies.
University of Washington
University of California, Davis
Jillian Lee Wiggins
Assistant Professor, San Diego State University
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Child Guidance Clinic
Institute of Mental Health - Singapore
University of Texas, Austin