Media Coverage & Commentaries

Below is a list of links to media coverage and professional commentaries of our work.

Media Coverage & Interviews

  • Brain World Magazine: Are You Easy To Anger? What Neuroscience Tells Us ​

  • Psypost: New Neuroscience Research Sheds Light on the Relationship Between Anger and Brain Structure ​

  • APS Latest Research News: New Research from Clinical Psychological Science

  • New York Magazine: There Might Be a Biological Reason You Can't Stand Uncertainty ​

  • HealthDay: Brain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live ​

  • Psypost: Neuroimaging Study Finds Intolerance of Uncertainty is Linked to an Enlarged Striatum in the Brain ​

  • New England Psychologist: Area of Brain Impacts Anxiety About the Future, Study Says ​

  • Inverse: This Brain Nook is Why You're Frightened of the Future ​

  • Daily Mail UK: Do You Fear the Unknown? Blame Your Brain ​

  • Vice: Excessive Worriers Might Have Their Big Brains to Blame ​

  • MedicalResearch: Fear of Uncertain Future Linked to Brain Regions Associated with OCD ​

  • APA Press Release: Region in Brain Found to Be Associated with Fear of Uncertain Future ​

  • Psychology Today: Born to Perform: The Ability to Keep Cool Depends on How Your Brain is Wired

Interviews by University Newspapers and Magazines

  • SKKU Newsletter: Featured interview with SKKU's official newsletter ​

  • SKKU Webzine: An interview with SKKU's official online magazine ​

  • KUNEWS: Discussion about Zoom fatigue​

  • Ka Leo O Hawai`i: An Ode to the Amygdala - The Psychology Behind Fear ​

  • Dartmouth: Hannah T. Croasdale Award, 2017 Recipient

Professional Commentaries

  • Commentary on Kim et al. (2018) by: McCrory, E.J. (2018). Investigating the neurocognitive mechanisms that influence how the mental health risk can unfold following maltreatment. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 3, 578-580. ​

  • Commentary on Kim et al. (2017) by: Westenberg, M. & Bas-Hoogendam, J.M.: Faculty Opinions

  • Commentary on Kim & Whalen (2009) by: Hariri, A.R.: Faculty Opinions