We hope this email finds you and your family well!

We write to share progress on next steps for our Network activities, and to highlight the 3 new blog posts below. Our members have been making amazing contributions to public discourse and welfare during the ongoing crisis. Please share your own contributions, and we will post them as well.

Recall that we initially planned to continue our conversations and build collaborations by holding small group meetings during the McGill summer courses. With their cancellation, we shifted to a plan for holding CMB Zoom meetings for sharing our research and theoretical interests and discuss pressing issues over the summer. Accordingly, we sent out a survey to tap member priorities. Thanks to all who replied!

Survey results

Respondents overwhelming indicated an interest in opportunities for exchange and noted the "hot topics" they are interested in pursuing. The most popular choices for group discussion were:

Theory of constructed emotion

Religion and mind/brain/health

Methods-oriented exchange on use of digital platforms, and other use of tech and visual media for data collection and intervention  

We are working toward convening our first CMB network Zoom meeting in June. Stay tuned!

We extend caring thoughts for your well-being and because nature heals, please enjoy reminders of all the vibrant life out there that apparently is benefiting from the human hiatus.   

An early April shot from Carol’s back yard.

San Luis Obispo

Do share your own shot/s and we’ll post them on our internal site for others to enjoy!

Our best, Connie and Carol



CMB Blog
May 1, 2020
CMB Members Address COVID-19
CMB members have contributed to a variety of COVID-related projects this Spring. Please let us know if you have something to add!
May 1, 2020
To support CMB members during COVID, we are gathering resources in digital technologies that might be of particular use to our CMB members. This post focuses on editing videotaped presentations in…
May 1, 2020
Social-Cultural Computational Psychiatry & Neuroscience Network Videos Now Available on YouTube
We are thrilled to announce that Maxwell Ramstead has posted several videos from the CMB Network-funded inaugural Social-Cultural Computational Psychiatry & Neuroscience Network Workshop (4–8 Nov 2019) on YouTube. Below…
With Spring Comes Change

Click on the image below to watch The Rubin Museum Daily Offering (Week 2, Episode 5) with CMB member Tawni Tidwell. 

Do you have something to announce or share? Email us at [email protected]!
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