Gene-Brain-Social Behavior Lab

The University of Georgia, Gene-Brain-Social Behavior Lab uses neuroimaging to better understand the biological basis of human social behavior and emotion processing. We are currently collecting a sample of fMRI data from local healthy participants to investigate how the brain conducts empathy and theory of mind. In addition, many participants in our research are genotyped. This allows for the opportunity to test for gene – brain associations in terms of explaining social behavior. The primary objective of research within our lab is to produce results that translate to improved outcomes for people. More information ┬╗

PI: Brian W. Haas
Contact: Brian W. Haas


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