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School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences

Resilience, Health and Well-being

We study the developmental, environmental, genetic, and social factors that shape people’s responses to the slings and arrows of daily life. Our work uses field and lab experiments, surveys, and secondary data analysis to investigate how individual differences (e.g., sensitivity, neurodiversity(ADHD), genetics) and social connections (e.g., interpersonal relationships, group memberships) can improve or impair responses to stressors and promote or prevent mental health difficulties in local, national, and international contexts.


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