Research on Affective Disorders and Development
The RADD Lab is a research group dedicated to understanding and improving emotional health in adolescence and across the lifespan. Our research and clinical work are centered on discovering how neurocognitive functioning is disrupted in depression and related experiences, identifying markers of depression risk and treatment response, and understanding how neurocognitive functioning may be enhanced to foster emotional health.
The RADD Lab is directed by Dr. Roselinde Kaiser, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, CU Boulder. For more information about our members, studies, and clinical work, please explore our website and contact us!