Dr. Roselinde Kaiser discusses research in brain imaging and psychiatric disorder biomarkers in Coloradan Magazine, whereLisa Marshall writes about the ways CU Boulder geneticists, neuroscientists and psychologists join forces to imagine new ways of diagnosing and treating mental illness.
Roselinde Kaiser asks: what is it about the teen years that puts us at risk for depression – but also helps us to build resilience? Drawing upon neurodevelopmental and clinical science, Dr. Kaiser shows why adolescence is a developmental window of both risk and enrichment, and outlines strategies for teens (and the rest of us) to thrive.
"Technology, The Law, College Costs And Our Culture Have Made Academic Stress Much Worse For Teens Today." Listen or read to this installment of Colorado Public Radio Series "Teens Under Stress" to learn more about academic pressure is affecting adolescents.
"Colorado Teens Say School Stress, Phones, Social Pressure Are Behind Growing Mental Health Issues." Listen or read to this introduction of the Colorado Public Radio Series "Teens Under Stress" to learn more about the pressure on adolescents today.
"What Brain Science Can Teach Us About Adolescent Stress and Resilience." Dr. Roselinde Kaiser writes about youth mental health and tips to stay resilient during times of stress, especially during a global pandemic.
Based on research conducted by the RADD Lab, Noah Holtgraves writes about increases in depression in college students since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Dr. Roselinde Kaiser shares her concerns about this public health crisis.