Welcome to the GSU ART Lab



Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental disorders, yet researchers still don’t know the answers to many of the most important questions surrounding these maladies. Led by Dr. Page Anderson, the team of graduate and undergraduate researchers at the Anxiety Research and Treatment Lab (or ART Lab) of Georgia State University are dedicated to serving the community by providing new data and research on the causes, effects, and treatment of anxiety disorders, hopefully bringing about new and better ways to diagnose and treat those with specific phobias, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and other anxiety disorders.

In our lab, we believe that everyone has a role to build justice and equity, find solutions that keep all of our communities safe, and take meaningful action to confront the intersecting forms of oppression: race, gender, sexuality, and class that shapes the unique vulnerability to hate violence experienced by minoritized communities. We respect and celebrate awareness, respect, and sensitivity toward all and encourage an appreciation of how political, economic, and societal influences affect individuals’ behaviors, particularly those from disadvantaged and marginalized groups and especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. 


If you would like to read more of our lab’s commitment to social justice and equity through research, please click Justice and Equity.


If there is something not discussed here, you can contact us at artlab@gsu.edu.