Center for Research On Emotion, Stress, and Technology
Welcome to the homepage for the Center for Research on Emotion, Stress, and Technology at the University of Vermont. We are an interdisciplinary team who conducts research on traumatic stress. Our main objective is to find ways to reduce the distress many experience after a trauma and prevent chronic suffering. To achieve this challenging goal, we integrate methods from psychology, neuroscience, and computer science.
Our New Research Findings
New developments at CREST
One of our papers is selected as the 3rd most downloaded article by APA! https://www.apa.org/monitor/2023/01/top-journal-articles
We have a new paper in press! Racial discrimination associates with lower cingulate cortex thickness in trauma-exposed black women
Dr. Price is now a core member of the Complex Systems Center!
Dr. Price is selected to be the Director of Clinical Training for the UVM Clinical Psychology Graduate Program!
Congratulations to Dr. Zoe Brier for defending her dissertation!
Congratulations to Erin O'Donnell for defending her honors thesis!
Congratulations to Julia Kim for defending her honors thesis!
Congratulations to Dr. Alison Legrand for defending her dissertation!
We have a new paper in press! Quantifying Changes in the Language Used Around Mental Health on Twitter Over 10 Years: Observational Study.
We presented our work at #ADAA2022! Machine-learning Classification of Childhood Maltreatment Based on Brain Structure (In Young Adults).
Congratulations to Dr. Price who joined the editorial board at the European Journal of Psychotraumatology!
We have a new paper in press! Psychometric Evaluation of the Posttrauma Risky Behaviors Questionnaire: Item Response Theory Analyses