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Jason Stretton
Research staff, Emotion group

jason.stretton@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
01223 355 294
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
Schweizer, S., STRETTON, J. , Van Belle, J., PRICE, D., CALDER, A.J., Cam-CAN, DALGLEISH, T. (In Press) Age-related decline in positive emotional reactivity and emotion regulation in a population-derived cohort, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience [Open Access]

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]

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