J. Wonderlich Research

Primary Research Focus

The J. Wonderlich Lab studies various biological and behavioral mechanisms associated with eating disorder risk, maintenance, and recovery. We seek to bring basic science into the real world by incorporating various biological assessments (e.g., MRI, EEG, the Microbiome) and behavioral assessments (laboratory tasks) with real-time assessment of eating disorder behavior via ecological momentary assessment (EMA). Much of this work examines the intersection of impulsivity, affect, and reward processing in the context of binge eating.

Primary Research Group

Behavioral Science

About the J. Wonderlich Lab