The amount of stress we experience is on a spectrum. Many types of early life stress are risk factors for later psychopathology, including stress related to nutritional environment, immune system functioning (maternal activation), and air pollution. Importantly, age of exposure – critical periods – matters. Cultural differences can also play important roles in terms of whether or not behavior is considered neglect or abuse.
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“We are living in a time of unprecedented methodological innovations in psychology.” New essay by CMB network member and APS president Shinobu Kitayama, inspired by Amanda Gorman’s poem.
The group discussed some key findings from the social neuroscience conference that shed light on neural underpinnings, or antecedents, of interpersonal biases and prejudice, primarily focusing on Shihui Han, Lasana Harris, Oriel FeldmanHall, and Kay Tye on (1) face perception/categorization; (2) dehumanization; (3) politically based neural synchrony; and (4) social homeostasis. Below is a brief recap of the talks mentioned followed by a summary of the CMB network discussion.
Video and text summaries are now available of the CMB network meeting on Friday, January 29, 2021, to showcase the work of CMB members who received honoraria last Summer as part of our Media Competency/Best Practices and Curricular Development Project. Presenters shared demonstrations and lessons learned from: Creating new online course modules; new forms of public outreach; online labs, activities, data analysis; podcasting; and video production.
The CMB network met on Friday, January 15, 2021, to discuss on going research by Tanya Luhrmann and Michael Lifshitz.