The Social Brain, Stress, and Psychopathology

JAMA Psychiatry, 2014

Posted: 28 Oct 2016

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Tor Wager

University of Colorado at Boulder

Peter Gianaros

University of Pittsburgh

Date Written: October 23, 2016

Abstract

Social discrimination can have pervasive effects on human health and performance. This notion is a major thread binding together findings in social psychology, health psychology, and epidemiology. From a psychiatric perspective, it may also be critical for a more complete etiological picture of psychopathology. Social influences can be subtle but powerful.

Suggested Citation

Wager, Tor and Gianaros, Peter, The Social Brain, Stress, and Psychopathology (October 23, 2016). JAMA Psychiatry, 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2857959

Tor Wager (Contact Author)

University of Colorado at Boulder ( email )

Boulder, CO

Peter Gianaros

University of Pittsburgh ( email )

135 N Bellefield Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
United States

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