Alicia outlines findings from our recent paper investigating gene-environment correlation in the association between heritable traits and retrospective self-reports of childhood trauma.
Megan Skelton will outline findings from our recent paper “Self- reported medication use as an alternative phenotyping method for anxiety and depression in the UK Biobank”.
EDIT Lab PhD student, Alicia, outlines new research from the GLAD Study, exploring whether the presentation of anxiety and depression is different in individuals who report traumatic life events.
In this blog, placement students Steven and Prateek write about students’ experiences of anxiety during the first lockdown in Malaysia. As we complete one year since the announcement of the first nationwide lockdown, we can see how the pandemic has resulted in the radical change of our daily lives….
In this blog, Placement student Steven Bright writes about the evidence behind different coping behaviours during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past year, we’ve all been trying to adapt to our new way of life during the pandemic. Whether it’s exercising at home or video chatting with loved…
In our next EDIT Lab blog installment, Zain discusses the replication crisis facing the field of psychiatry and how self-reported measures may, in part, be a contributing factor. It is a widely accepted fact that the ‘replication crisis’ exists in psychiatry. The replication crisis refers to a situation…
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed every aspect of life as we know it. But how have these changes impacted us? There is an urgent need for research exploring this.