Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Neural, Performance and Trait Mechanisms of and Predictors in Mood Disorders

3:00 PM

East Hall 4464

Held as part of the U-M fMRI Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Scott A. Langenecker, clinical neuropsychologist and is a Professor of Psychiatry and Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Utah.

This talk will provide an overview of our work in rumination, trauma, and executive functioning in mood disorders. There will be a specific focus on putative mechanisms leading to risk for mood disorders, exacerbation of or poor treatment response in mood disorders, and predictors of treatment response and course in mood disorders. The work includes samples from early adulthood, adolescence, and late childhood.

Scott A. Langenecker, Ph.D

Clinical Neuropsychologist
Professor of Psychiatry
Adjunct Professor of Psychology
University of Utah