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About our Research

The Self Regulation Institute conducts and supports basic and applied interdisciplinary research in alignment with the organization’s research directions. Our vision is to enhance the health and wellbeing of children, youth, adults, and communities through disseminating evidence-based knowledge pertaining to self-regulation, steered by the innovative Self-Reg model.

Research Directions:

    • Advancement of the understanding of stress via reframing existing bodies of research through a Self-Reg perspective.
    • Deepening knowledge of the five domains of stress: Biological, Emotion, Cognitive, Social, and Prosocial.
    • Exploring pathways to learning and practicing Self-Reg.
    • Development of assessment tools to measure the impact of Self-Reg on individuals and communities.
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