ICARUS Integrated Clinical-Computational Affective Research Unit 

Neural and physiological mechanisms of trauma memory and change mechanisms of trauma-focused intervention

Trauma experience and psychosis often co-occur. Symptoms of both conditions overlap, including trauma memory intrusions, negative appraisals of self/others, and hypervigilance to threat. With task-based functional MRI, physiological measures during scans and EMA, we are investigating the neural basis and daily symptom patterns associated with dual-diagnosed PTSD-psychosis.

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