Learn how self regulation skills affect success from age 2 to adulthood.
Dr. Susan Calkins' RIGHT Track study investigates how emotional regulation develops over time. With over $8 million in R01 and R03 funding from the National Institutes of Mental Health, the study has followed its child participants from ages 2 to 19. More than 450 families have participated in the study, which was developed by Calkins and current and former collaborators Susan Keane, Marion O’Brien, and Lilly Shanahan.
Dr. Nadja Cech received her first National Institutes of Health R01 in December 2012. Thanks to the prestigious $1.25 million grant, she is pursuing an uncommon approach to one of the most pressing medical issues of our time. Cech’s passion for research and engagement translates into an ever-widening circle of impact that encompasses colleagues, students, our school, and our community.
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