Currently, we are conducting the following research projects:


Neurobehavioral Correlates of a History of Bullying Involvement

This project aims to explore structural and functional brain changes in young adults who experienced bully perpetration and/or peer victimization during their school years.  We are analyzing behavioral backgrounds, anatomical brain alterations, resting-state functional connectivity, functional brain activations during emotional/attentional processing, and white matter microstructure of the brain in bullies and victims.


Relevant presentations:

Relevant publications:


Stress Reactivity, Aggression, and Memory

Coming soon...


Development of Stress Measurement

Coming soon...