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Welcome to the SNAP Lab!

In the broadest sense, our research focuses on mood disorders. Study focuses include: 

  • Attentional and memory biases in the processing of emotional information
  • Neural substrates of emotional dysfunction in depression and anxiety using fMRI
  • Cognitive and biological mechanisms that underlie the development, and intergenerational transmission, of psychopathology in children and adolescents
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About Us

Our lab is located in the Department of Psychology on the first floor of Building 420 in the Main Quad at Stanford. Building 420 is located at the top of the Stanford Oval, in the North West corner of Main Quad.

If you would like more information about us and our work beyond that which the website provides, feel free to contact us via email at:

Members of the SNAP Lab pictured in Spring 2024. From back to front, left to right: Chase Antonacci, Cat Bui, Jessica Buthmann, Julian Joachimsthaler, Lauren Borchers, Justin Yuan, Emma Jaeger, Yoonji Lee, Dr. Ian Gotlib, Jessica Uy, Kendall Parks.

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