Stress & Resilience (Neurobiological, Cultural, and Psychiatric Perspectives)

The fol­low­ing talks are fea­tured in this video, which is from the FPR-UCLA 5th inter­dis­ci­pli­nary con­fer­ence on Cul­ture, Mind, and Brain: Emerg­ing Con­cepts, Meth­ods, Appli­ca­tions, which took place at UCLA on 19–20 Octo­ber 2012. 

0:00:00 Intro­duc­tion by Daniel Lende (Depart­ment of Anthro­pol­ogy, Uni­ver­sity of South Florida) and first talk by Paul Plot­sky (Stress Neu­ro­bi­ol­ogy Lab, Emory Uni­ver­sity) on “Early life adver­sity, allosta­sis, and resilience.”

0:30:16  ”Cul­tural mean­ing, social struc­ture, and the stress process: Lessons from hyper­ten­sion in the African Dias­pora,” Clarence Gravlee (Depart­ment of Anthro­pol­ogy, Uni­ver­sity of Florida)

0:57:09  “From ethnog­ra­phy to epi­ge­net­ics: Mixed meth­ods men­tal health research in Nepal,” Bran­don Kohrt (Depart­ment of Psy­chi­a­try & Behav­ioral Sci­ences, George Wash­ing­ton University)

Date: January 17, 2013