Jessica McAleer

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    College: Medicine Department: Psychiatry
    Title: Doctoral Candidate in Neuroscience
    Office: SPHPI #345

    Research Interest:
    Mood and Anxiety Disorders
    Emotion Regulation
    Individualized Interventions

    Minimum time commitment in hours per week: 10-12

    Qualifications of a Student:
    Students should have completed their first year as an undergrad prior to applying. Students with majors in neuroscience, psychology, or biology are preferred. Availability during the summer is preferred but not required.

    Brief Summary of what is expected from the student:
    Students are expected to be reliable and show up when they are scheduled, be on time, and be focused and professional while in the lab. Students will be trained on various clinical lab procedures including running participants, EEG setup and recording, transcranial electrical stimulation set up, EEG preprocessing, and heart rate preprocessing. The project explores the relationship between theta synchrony and depression, anxiety, and emotion dysregulation in participants with internalizing psychopathologies by utilizing individualized neuromodulatory methods.

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