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Youth Mental Health


75 percent of mental disorders occur prior to 25 years of age.

The Youth Mental Health research team is undertaking novel clinical and neurobiological studies to better understand and support the mental health of young people. Research includes the Longitudinal Adolescent Brain Study (LABS), as well as research into social connectedness, cyberbullying and novel treatment for severe depression with suicidality.

Longitudinal Adolescent Brain Study

The Longitudinal Adolescent Brain Study (LABS) is a five year research project to better understand the adolescent brain.

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Cyberbullying Research

Researching impacts of cyberbullying on young people.

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Combatting Anxiousness for Learning Minds (CALM)

The CALM study aims to understand how anxiousness makes it difficult to pay attention for primary school aged children.

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