Our Blog Spot feature highlights individual blogs that have caught our attention through a shared interest in psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience.

This week, we’ll introduce you to a blog by The Emotional Development, Interventions and Treatment (EDIT) lab – consisting of a group of researchers led by Prof Thalia Eley, Dr Tom McAdams and Dr Kate Lester.

Based at the Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London,  this research group studies the role of genetic, cognitive and environmental factors in the development and treatment of emotional difficulties; such as anxiety and depression.

 Cyber bullying – Q&A with Professor Louise Arseneault


EDIT lab honorary research assistant Alicia Peel recently met with Louise Arseneault (Professor in Developmental Psychology) to discuss the impact that bullying can have on young people. Should we be more worried about the bullying that occurs online?

Read Alicia’s blog post together with more from the EDIT lab team.