Congratulations to Rachel Ferry for winning a Student Poster Award at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research!

Congratulations to Clare Beatty for winning the Stony Brook University Department of Psychology Award for Excellence in Research!

Congratulations to Aline Szenczy for being a finalist for the 2022 Society for Research in Psychopathology Smadar Levin Award!

Congratulations to Sarah Barkley on receiving the Stony Brook University Graduate Council Fellowship!

Congratulations to Clare Beatty for receiving the 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!

Congratulations to Clare Beatty for being a finalist for the 2021 Society for Research in Psychopathology Smadar Levin Award!

Congratulations to Rachel Ferry for receiving the Stony Brook University Department of Psychology Biopsychology Founders Endowed Fellowship!

Dr. Nelson’s research on neural response to social feedback and psychopathology has been featured on PsyPost.

Dr. Nelson’s research on gender differences in anxiety has been featured on PsyPost.

Congratulations to Aline Szenczy for receiving the 2019 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!

Dr. Nelson’s research on attention bias modification and error-related brain activity has been featured in Psychology Today and Psych Central.

Congratulations to Amanda Levinson who was recently interviewed on the Podcast Tell Me Something I Don’t Know about her research on parenting and neural response to observed adolescent offspring rewards!

Dr. Nelson recently received a National Institute of Mental Health R01 grant to examine trajectories of reward sensitivity across adolescence.

Congratulations to Brittany Speed on receiving a research grant from the Canadian Institute of Health Research to investigate the role of sleep quality and emotion regulation on predicting depressive symptoms!

Dr. Nelson’s research on prefrontal engagement by cognitive reappraisal of negative faces was discussed in Psychology Today.

Dr. Nelson received a National Institute of Mental Health K01 career development reward to examine sensitivity to unpredictable threat and uncertainty in relation to anxiety risk in adolescent girls.

Dr. Nelson was awarded a research fellowship from the Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation to conduct a prospective examination of neural emotional reactivity and risk for depression.