McLean Hospital study seeks females 14-18 with and without depression

A researcher and clinical psychologist at McLean Hospital is part of a group conducting research examining the impact of stress on the teen brain. The researchers want to understand what makes some teens more resilient in the face of stress and some teens more susceptible to developing depression. Female teens ages 14-18, with and without depression, are needed for this study. See the Stress Study brochure here and contact research investigator Emily Belleau at 617-855-4245 or ebelleau@mclean.harvard.edu for more information.