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Eamon McCrory, PhD, BA

Professor Adjunct in the Child Study Center

Research Summary

Prof McCrory's research explores the environmental risk factors that shape how the brain processes social and emotional information in childhood with the aim of better understanding mechanisms of developmental vulnerability and resilience.

Extensive Research Description

Prof McCrory's research primarily uses brain imaging and psychological approaches to investigate the impact of childhood maltreatment on emotional development and mental health. The long-term aim of his work is to understand how and why mental health problems can unfold following early adversity, and how we might intervene to promote more resilient outcomes for children.


Research Interests

Child Abuse; Conduct Disorder

Selected Publications