to lab member Danielle Bryson for being selected for 
the Zolberg-IRC Mental Health in Humanitarian Settings Fellowship

Vsiting Scholar Biz Herman in NY Times

discussing education, textbooks, and how the story of 9/11 is told throughout the world

Read the full article here︎︎︎


to lab member Sammi Bakke for being selected for a 2021 Student Research Award

Read the full article here︎︎︎

Dr. Adam Brown featured
on BBC World News

discussing Simone Biles’ decision to remove herself from the Tokyo Olympics

We’re thrilled to support lab member
Nicole Ross at the Olympics!

Dr. Adam Brown featured in

on the unspoken trauma in human rights documentation

Find the podcast here︎︎︎

Dr. Adam Brown featured in

on coping with loneliness during the pandemic
Read the full article here︎︎︎

Dr. Adam Brown featured
in The Washington Post’s The Lily

on trust in friendships during the pandemic

Read the full article here︎︎︎

Dr. Adam Brown interviewed 

on the importance of hope this spring  

Read the full article here︎︎︎

Great article on the history of
memory studies at NSSR

mentions founding members, including Dr. Adam Brown

Read the full article here︎︎︎

Our study︎︎︎in collaboration with
University of Zurich

is gaining lots of press!

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Read about our findings on
recalling self-efficacious autobiographical events
as a tool to boost personal resilience.

Dr. Adam Brown featured
in the Wall Street Journal

on how technology can help us to avoid burnout during COVID-19

Read the full article here︎︎︎

Dr. Adam Brown featured
on BBC World News

discussing the mental health effects of COVID-19

Honored to be featured among the
Top 10 APA Journal Articles of 2020

Traumatic Stress in the Age of COVID-19:
A Call to Close Critical Gaps and Adapt to New Realities

View the full list here︎

We’re excited to see the
COVID-19 Symposium

in the latest edition of Social Research Matters.
Learn about the collaboration across NSSR in the

Read the full article here︎

Mental Health Week

December 7-13, 2020

COVID-19 Symposium

Dec 4, 2020 1:30 - 3:30pm

For more information︎︎︎

Recruiting participants

for a study on military couples’ experiences.

For more information︎︎︎

Join us on November 12th for

NSSR News Weekly

kicked off the fall semester by featuring a grant our lab received 
from the National Institute of Mental Health to continue our PM+ work

and a piece co-authored by Adam Brown in Reconsolidation Therapy.

Dr. Adam Brown interviewed by
the great organization

in partnership with Amnesty International about
wellbeing, mental health, and activism.

We’re excited to see
our work featured

in the latest edition of Social Research Matters.

Learn about the new ways in which we are
approaching global mental health challenges.

Read the full article here︎

New School News 

Learn about our lab’s experience training with the
Danish Red Cross to provide Problem Management Plus (PM+),
a WHO initiative for individuals impacted by distress
in communities exposed to adversity. 

Read the full feature here︎︎︎


to Mohtad Allawala and Annie Xu on their
Vassar College URSI fellowships.
We’re excited to have them on the team. 

Learn more about the program here︎


to Evan Neuwirth on his feature in the latest edition of
Social Research Matters.
Read the full article here︎

Dr. Adam Brown quoted in
Wired Magazine

Read the full article here︎

Dr. Adam Brown’s recent interview with
1843 Magazine

Read about our self-efficacy work
featured in the Economist’s magazine here︎

and on The New School’s Twitter page here︎

Joint work with NYU

on using speech and AI to predict PTSD
featured in NYU Psychiatry Highlights 2019-2020. 

Read more about it here︎


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 here︎

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.

SSRC Grant

We are truly excited to have been selected
as inaugural grantees of SSRC's New
Interdisciplinary Projects in the Social Sciences

New School News

Professor Adam Brown Addresses Global Mental Health
Disparities in Psychology 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

Global Displacement and
Mental Health Conference

Nov 8–9 2019

Smothering Burnout with
Psychology & Design

Talk at the Festival of New
Oct 3 2019

Common Threads Project Workshop