Amanda E. Guyer, UC Davis

Amanda E. Guyer, an associate professor of human ecology at the University of California, Davis and a faculty affiliate of the Center for Poverty Research. She studies the biological, cognitive, social-emotional, stages of human development and its impact on mental health. She is a 2014-15 Chancellor's Fellow.

Guyer’s study on mental health also focuses on life phases of Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adolescence, and Emerging Adulthood. Guyer’s research studies also involve behavioral and neural function in typical and atypical development, developmental psychopathology, mood and anxiety disorders, behavioral inhibition, social-emotional cue processing, interplay between fear and reward response systems.

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