Research Snapshot: Early longitudinal study on impact of pandemic shows increase in depression, less social anxiety among young adults
May. 21, 2021—Brain responses to emotional images before the pandemic predict the mental health impacts of COVID-19-related stress on young adults. Est. reading time: 3 mins.
Low-income and students with learning disabilities disproportionately affected by COVID-19 learning loss, Peabody College experts say
Feb. 18, 2021—As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, school closures and the shift to remote learning have disrupted educational progress across the nation, disproportionately affecting students from low-income communities and those with learning disabilities, according to faculty experts from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College.
Aug. 7, 2020—Autumn Kujawa, assistant professor of psychology and human development, discusses the warning signs of COVID-19 related stress in young adults.
Jul. 22, 2020—Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Development Autumn Kujawa, who studies the development of mood and anxiety disorders, has conducted one of the first longitudinal studies on mental health outcomes from COVID-19 and finds there is high potential for recovery when the pandemic situation improves.
May. 14, 2019—Laurie Cutting, Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor of Special Education, has been honored with a $3 million National Institutes of Health MERIT Award from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The grant will support her investigation of how the neural networks associated with reading, math and executive function interact to predict academic...