We’re excited to see
lab member Evan Neuwirth’s
in the latest edition of Social Research Matters.
Read the full article here︎
Adam Brown’s recent interview with
Read about our self-efficacy work
featured in the Economist’s magazine here︎
and on The New School’s Twitter page here︎
Joint work with NYU
on using speech and AI to predict PTSD
featured in NYU Psychiatry Highlights 2019-2020.
Read more about it here︎
to lab members Julia Superka, Bora Meraj,
Noam Newberger, Evan Henritze, Sara Romero,
Olivia Friedman, Stephanie Bui, and Allie Udewitz
for having their presentations accepted to APS 2020.
to lab member and MA student Olivia Friedman on
her spring semester Zolberg-IRC Fellowship.
Read more about her work here︎
Conference at Cambridge
Just returning from this year’s Special Interest Conference in
Autobiographical Memory and Psychopathology at Cambridge University.
Wonderful presentations by lab members Julia Superka and Bora Meraj.
to Hanna de Vries and Olivia Cadwell who were awarded
the MA Project Grant Award from The New School for Social Research.
It supports their their project called the MinDesign Lab which
will include a speaker series as well as opportunities for bi-directional
learning between NSSR and Parsons.
At the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies annual meeting,
Psychology MA student Kendall Pfeffer presents her research
on self-efficacy and PTSD. At NSSR, she's a member of the Trauma
and Global Mental Health Lab, led by Adam Brown.
We are truly excited to have been selected
as inaugural grantees of SSRC's New
Interdisciplinary Projects in the Social Sciences
New School News
How we are addressing global mental
health disparities in our lab
to Jamie Gardella, Julia Superka, and Bora Meraj who
had presentations accepted to the upcoming autobiographical
memory conference at Cambridge University
to Kendall Pfeffer who will be presenting at
ISTSS 2019 in Boston on self-efficacy and PTSD.
Nov 8–9 2019
Smothering Burnout with
Psychology & Design
Talk at the Festival of New
Oct 3 2019
Common Threads Project workshop