Mission Statement
There is an immediate and long-term imperative to apply the best neuropsychological tools available to understand the factors that cause and maintain emotional balance and imbalance, and to evaluate the brain-behavioral correlates of clinical interventions. The goal of CAAN is to serve the needs of our community by endeavoring (a) to elucidate the neurobiological and behavioral mechanisms of vulnerability to cognitive-affective disorders in children and adults; (b) to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical interventions for emotion dysregulation disorders and better understand how different clinical treatments influence thinking, feeling, behavior, and neural processes. CAAN is partly funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, JKW Foundation, Mind and Life Research Institute, National Association for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression.
Department of Psychology, Stanford University
450 Serra Mall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-2130
     
 

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