Research from King’s College London and our collaborators
This page displays a list of relevant blog posts and scientific publications should you be interested in finding out more about anxiety and depression.
The blog posts are published by the Emotional Development, Interventions and Treatment (Edit) Lab, which consists of a group of researchers led by Prof Thalia Eley, Dr Tom McAdams, and Dr Kate Lester. They study the role of genetic, cognitive and environmental factors in the development and treatment of emotional difficulties such as anxiety and depression.
- A celebration of anxiety genomics
- A for anxiety
- Body mass index, depression, and the environment
- D for depression
- Depression and anxiety in the early days of motherhood: fears and strategies from a past EDITlab PhD student
- Depression, developmental change, & the home environment: a summary of our latest research paper
- How does parental depression influence child behaviour outcomes? A large adoption study supports the mediating role of overreactive parenting
- Rates of depression diagnoses and suicide in young people: addressing the gender difference
- The largest genome-wide association study of depression was published last month. What did they find and what happens next?