Dr. Kate Brody Nooner has NIH-funded research and collaborates with Dr. Michael De Bellis at Duke to conduct research as part of the National Consortium on Alcohol & Neurodevelopment in Adolescence. She is also a tenured Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Clinic Outcome Assessment of a Brief Course Neurofeedback for Childhood ADHD Symptoms.
The Role of Early Experience and Cognitive Vulnerability: Presenting a Unified Model of the Etiology of PanicRead Full Text
Relationship of trauma symptoms to amygdala-based functional brain changes in adolescents.
Factors related to posttraumatic stress disorder in adolescence.
The NKI-Rockland Sample: A Model for Accelerating the Pace of Discovery Science in Psychiatry.
Family functioning and anxiety in school age children: The mediating role of control cognitionsRead Full Text
Youth self-report of physical and sexual abuse: a latent class analysis.
Parents' and teachers' concordance with children's self-ratings of suicidality: findings from a high-risk sample.