Dr Jennifer Lau
Dr Jennifer Lau joined King's College London in 2013. Her research interests lie in the development and early intervention of mood and anxiety problems.
Jennifer's areas of expertise include the role of cognitive factors in the development and early intervention of mood and anxiety problems, and their co-occurrence in chronic pain.
Jennifer previously taught at the University of Oxford, and has been a post-doctoral fellow at NIMH. She have a BSc in Psychology from UCL and a PhD from KCL.
- Adolescent anxiety and depression
- Cognitive biases
- Neural substrates of adolescent emotion regulation
- Adolescent chronic pain, loneliness
Abnormal psychology, iBSc and BSc