Stress & Resilience
Neurobiological, Psychiatric, and Cultural Perspectives
The following talks are featured in this video, which is from the FPR-UCLA 5th interdisciplinary conference on Culture, Mind, and Brain: Emerging Concepts, Methods, Applications, which took place at UCLA on 19–20 October 2012.
0:00:00 Introduction by Daniel Lende (Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida) and first talk by Paul Plotsky (Stress Neurobiology Lab, Emory University) on “Early life adversity, allostasis, and resilience.”
0:30:16 “Cultural meaning, social structure, and the stress process: Lessons from hypertension in the African Diaspora,” Clarence Gravlee (Department of Anthropology, University of Florida)
0:57:09 “From ethnography to epigenetics: Mixed methods mental health research in Nepal,” Brandon Kohrt (Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, George Washington University)