The Center for Translational Neuroscience (CTN) has the mission of translating discoveries in basic neuroscience, psychology, and related disciplines to improve well-being, promote resilience, and mitigate the effects of early adverse experiences on physical and emotional health. CTN houses research projects, science communication initiatives, professional development, and intervention program development, implementation, and evaluation activities. 

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Interdisciplinary effort to promote micromobility for school-aged children and their parents
Mother and baby
ACT-based Birth Your Way Prenatal Course for Latinx immigrant families in non-metro Oregon
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Targeting motivation to improve engagement with online parenting program
Pregnant belly
ACT-based program to reduce pregnant tobacco use, increase healthy diet and exercise behaviors in pregnant moms
Mother and newborn baby
increasing women’s satisfaction with birth and decreasing postpartum depressive symptoms via ACT based prenatal class
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Using network analysis, self-other report, and latent factor analysis to understand how people frame and think about their goals
Girls Sit in the back of a car together
Relationship between parenting quality, parent attributions, and child chronic inflammation
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Mindfulness, Stress Response, and Mental Health in At-Risk College Freshmen
Impact of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) on brain organization of high-risk, maltreatment-exposed children.