The DIBS project is a collaborative study between Oklahoma State University and Laureate Institute for Brain Research. What's unique about this collaborative MRI study is that we use a technology called hyperscanning, which means that parents and teens interact and talk to each other while they're both being scanned. This study looks at parent-child communication and will help us better understand how parenting affects a teen's ability to overcome adversity.
This study takes place at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR;
LIBR is located just south of Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, OK.