Center for Research on Emotion, Stress, and Technology (CREST)
Welcome to the homepage for the
Center for Research on Emotion, Stress, and Technology at the
University of Vermont. We are an interdisciplinary team who
conducts research on traumatic stress. Our main objective is to find
ways to reduce the distress many experience after a trauma and prevent
chronic suffering. To achieve this challenging goal, we integrate
methods from psychology, neuroscience, computer science, and robotics.
Interested in Joining Our Team?
We are always interested in meeting
new motivated team members with an interest in psychology, computer
science, or a related field.
Click here if you are interested in joining the lab as:
Recent Updates at CREST
Our team is actively involved in research, clinical work, and related activities to help those who have experienced a trauma. Here are some of our recent accomplishments!
- 1.16.18: Welcome back to the spring semester!
- 12.15.17: Thank you all for a wonderful semester!
Have a great winter break and we will see you in the Spring.
- 11.12.17: Congratulations to our collaborators at MUSC on their receipt of the grant: Improving the quality of care in child mental health service settings. We are excited to be a collaborating site on this project.
- 11.8.17: We were excited to present our work at this year's ISTSS meeting. Check out some photos of our presentations here!
- 10.31.17: Congratulations to Rebecca Mirhashem on her receipt of the Office of Undergraduate Research Travel Award!
- 10.30.17: Dr. Price contributed to an article in Modern Healthcare about the opioid crisis.
- 8.1.17: Check out Dr. Price's contribution to this article in VT Kids about traumatic grief.
- 7.24.17: Congratulations on our new paper! Prior interpersonal violence exposure and experiences during and after a disaster as predictors of posttraumatic stress disorder and depression among adolescent victims of the spring 2011 tornadoes
- 7.12.17: Congratulations on our new paper! The moderating effect of childhood maltreatment on the relations among PTSD symptoms, positive urgency, and negative urgency.
- 7.10.17: Congratulations on our new paper! Design
and approach of the living organ video educated donors (LOVED)
program to promote living kidney donation in African Americans.
Check out our past accomplishments and photos in our Archive.
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