Kids, Anxiety, and biomarkers of Threat sensitivity (KAT) Lab

The KATLAB (Kids, Anxiety, and biomarkers of Threat sensitivity Lab) is led by Dr. Alex Meyer and is now accepting motivated undergraduate students to assist with our research.

Students will assist in collecting electroencephalography (EEG) data in young children, gain exposure to diagnostic interviewing with children and parents, as well as assessment of parenting styles, and have the opportunity to learn data processing and analysis.

**Face-to-face and remote DIS options available**


  • Minimum 3.5 GPA
  • 9 hours per week if enrolled for 3 credits; 6 hours for 2 credits.

If you are interested in applying, email Dr. Alex Meyer:

Research Area

neural biomarkers of anxiety disorders; error-related brain activity