Anne Kring

Research Expertise and Interest

schizophrenia, emotion, mental illness, psychology

Research Description

Ann Kring's broad research interests are in affective processes and how they go awry in different psychological disorders. She has studied emotional processes in schizophrenia, depression, social anxiety, and autism. Her current research is focusing changes across the lifespan.  She is part of a multi-year study, the Healthy Brains Project, to identify early developmental predictors of clinical, social-emotional, cognitive, and neural outcomes in mid-life. 

In the News

AAAS Adds Ten New Fellows From UC Berkeley

Ten members of the UC Berkeley community – including nine faculty and one staff member — have been elected American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows, one of the most distinctive honors within the scientific community.
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