CANdiLab (The Clinical Affective Neuroscience Laboratory for Discovery and Innovation) seeks to help drive scientific breakthroughs associated with an improved understanding of the integrity of cognitive and affective processes in antisocial populations.
To achieve this goal, CANdiLab members make use of a wide variety of psychological and neuroscientific methods, including self-report instruments, cognitive and emotional assessments, psychophysiological and biological measurements (e.g. HR, GSR, cortisol), and neuroimaging methods (e.g. fMRI, fNIRS).
Feel free to peruse the site, for more information about our team, our methods, our previous research papers, and our current research priorities. If you wish to reach out, you can find out how on our Contact Us page.