Peering into the Anxious Brain: Using Neuroimaging Techniques to Study Anxiety 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT, Thursday, September 23 (9-10pm BST)
Lisa Shin, Professor, Psychology
What is anxiety, and when does it cross the threshold to become an anxiety disorder? How do researchers use brain imaging to better understand the underlying neurobiological basis of anxiety and its disorders? Can we use brain imaging to diagnose disorders and predict response to treatment? In this lecture, we will discuss the results of recent research that can provide answers to these questions.