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Roos, Leslie Elizabeth

Associate Professor, Psychology

Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Child Health


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At-Risk Children/Youth

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Behavioral/Experimental Psychology

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Child Welfare

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Clinical Psychology

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Cognitive Neuroscience

Behavioral/Social Sciences

community-based participatory research

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Early Childhood Development

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Infant Psychology

Behavioral/Social Sciences


Behavioral/Social Sciences

School Psychology

Behavioral/Social Sciences

social determinants of health

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Research Description

Dr. Roos' program of research employs multi-modal techniques to examine how acute and chronic stress affect children’s self-regulatory function. The goal of this work is to inform the development of targeted interventions that can mitigate negative outcomes linked to early adversity and promote positive adjustment across mental health, behaviour, and achievement domains.

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