Morgan Bartholomew, M.A.
M.A. Psychology, University of California – Los Angeles
B.A. Psychology, University of California – Berkeley
I am currently a third year student in the clinical psychology program here at UCLA. My research focuses on understanding the aberrations in network connectivity that relate to deficits in cognitive function in disorders such as schizophrenia, generalized anxiety disorder, and depression. My ongoing research projects use graph theory to better conceptualize how functional brain networks are reconfigured to support emotion inhibition (a facet of emotion regulation). I am interested in how these networks are differentially disrupted by anxiety and depression, and by exposure to early life stress.
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