UCF RESTORES is a clinical research center dedicated to the study of all facets of anxiety, trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) including etiology, psychopathology, treatment, resilience and prevention.
CLC-IV's research efforts are focused on understanding the complex interplay among higher-order executive functions (EFs: working memory/behavioral inhibition), behavior (e.g., inattention, excessive gross motor activity, impulsivity), and functional impairments (particularly learning outcomes) with the expressed purpose of designing innovative treatments for children with ADHD in future years.
Psychophysiology of Mental Illness Laboratory
The UCF Psychophysiology of Mental Illness Laboratory conducts research which attempts to better understand underlying causes and pathology related to specific psychiatric symptoms commonly found in mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Currently, conducting a variety of applied research studies that examine relationships among parenting and young child characteristics, the effectiveness of different parenting interventions and the effectiveness of intervention meant to address psychological symptoms in young children.