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Jason Stretton
Research staff, Emotion group
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As a member of the Cognition, Emotion, and Mental Health Programme my research focuses on understanding the association between social rank and depression. I am particularly interested in the role that positive and negative social interactions play in developing and maintaining social self-esteem, and how our brains process such information. I am also interested in how emotion regulation changes across the lifespan, as part of the Cam-CAN project
ResearchGate Profile
CBSU publications
DALGLEISH, T., Walsh, N.D., Mobbs, D., SCHWEIZER, S., van Harmelen, A.L., Dunn, B., Dunn, V., Goodyer, I., STRETTON, J. (2017) Social Pain and Social Gain in the adolescent brain: A common neural circuitry underlying both positive and negative social evaluation, Scientific Reports, 7:42010 [Open Access]

Sidhu, M.K., STRETTON, J. , Winston, G.P. , McEvoy, A.W., Symms, M., Thompson, P.J. , Koepp, M.J, DUNCAN, J.S. (2016) Memory network plasticity after temporal love resection: a longtudinal functional imaging study, Brain, 139(Pt 2):415-430 [Open Access]

SCHWEIZER, S., Walsh, N., STRETTON, J. , Dunn, V., Goodyer, I., DALGLEISH, T. (2016) Enhanced emotion regulation capacity, and its neural substrates in those exposed to moderate childhood adversity, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience [Open Access]