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Behavioral Social Neuroscience Seminar

Thursday, June 21, 2018
4:00pm to 5:00pm
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Baxter B125
Evidence for the role of attention to emotion in anhedonia
Elizabeth Martin, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Social Behavior, UC Irvine,

Abstract: Anhedonia, or decreased positive emotion in response to positive stimuli, is transdiagnostic symptom prevalent in a number of psychiatric and neurological disorders. Interestingly, it is also found in non-clinical populations and actually predicts future onset of some mental illnesses. My more recent work has focused on understanding the phenotypic expression and neural correlates of anhedonia. I will discuss this work and highlight evidence I have found regarding the role of aberrant attention to emotions in anhedonia.

For more information, please contact Mary Martin by phone at 626-395-5884 or by email at [email protected].