Faculty Director Title
Tae-Ho Lee Affective Neurodynamics and Development (AND) Lab
The lab seeks to understand the neural connection changes in cognitive and affective development across the lifespan, focusing on an interpersonal dynamics such as parent-child attachment, peer relationship, and social influences.
Rosanna Breaux CALMER (Coping skills And Learning to Manage Emotions Readily) Lab
The CALMER Lab focuses on socioemotional development, particularly emotion regulation, in children and adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Brooks Casas Casas Laboratory
I seek insight into the neural computations underlying normative social behavior using methods of decision neuroscience, behavioral economics, and social psychology.
Pearl Chiu Chiu Lab
translational decision neuroscience, computational psychiatry
Martha Ann Bell Cognition, Affect, and Psychophysiology Lab (The CAP Lab)
Our research focuses on brain-behavior relations, with an emphasis on frontal lobe development in infants and children.
Ivan Hernandez Computational Organizational Research Lab (CORE)
The Computational Organizational Research laboratory seeks to advance the current understanding of human behavior by harnessing massive data sets collected from social media.
Ning Hsu Hsu Lab
Personality, Leadership, Gender, Diversity
Robin Panneton, Vanessa Diaz iLEAP Lab
The iLanguage, Environment, Attention, and Parenting (iLEAP) laboratory conducts research on how infants and young children learn to comprehend and produce language.
Roseanne Foti Interface of Leadership and Teams Lab (ILT)
We are interested in the perception and characteristics of leaders and followers, leadership and gender, leader-follower relationships, the assessment of leadership phenomena and the effectiveness of interdisciplinary teams.
Jungmeen Kim-Spoon JK Lifespan Development Lab
We study risk and protective factors that are related to children's and adolescents' physical and mental health.
Rachel Diana MEM Lab (Measurement of Episodic Memory)
The MEM Lab uses cognitive neuroscience methodology to examine the cognitive and neural processes underlying human memory.
Bruce Friedman Mind-Body Lab (MBL)
Our work is primarily focused on the relationships between emotions, personality, and autonomic nervous system activity.
Zehra Gulseven Positive Social Development (PSD) Lab
Positive Social Development (PSD) Lab conducts research on prosocial behavior and moral development with individual, parental, cultural, and contextual correlates in culturally diverse children and adolescents.
Angela Scarpa Psychosocial Adjustment, NeuroDevelopment, and Autism (PANDA) Lab
Our lab focuses on factors related to socioemotional development and well-being related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Meagan Brem Research for Alcohol and Couples Health (REACH)
The REACH Lab examines targetable factors that moderate the risk of alcohol use leading to intimate partner violence.
Lee Cooper Science and Practice Integration (SPI) Lab
Our research mission is to examine ways to build a bidirectional bridge between clinical research and clinical practice.
Neil Hauenstein SCIP (Social Cognitive and Industrial Psychology)
In the Social Cognitive Industrial Psychology Lab the central research focus is the application of Social Cognitive Theories of personality (e.g. Higgins regulatory focus ) to Industrial psychology topics (e.g. utilization of feedback).
John Richey Social Clinical Affective Neuroscience Laboratory (SCANLAB)
We study how the brain processes (and sometimes mis-processes) social information. We seek to understand how variation in neural circuits, behaviors and genes lead to impairment in two highly prevalent and debilitating disorders: autism and social anxiety
Russell T Jones Stress and Coping Lab
The study of the impact of traumatic events on children and their parents.
Heather Davis Study of Emotions and Eating Disorders (SEED) Lab
The SEED lab seeks to improve the lives of those suffering from disordered eating and related psychopathology.
Charles Calderwood Work Stress and Recovery Lab (WSR)
Understanding how employees perceive, react to, and recover from work stress both at home and during the workday.
Louis Hickman Workplace Assessment and Social Perceptions (WASP) Lab
The Workplace Assessment and Social Perceptions (WASP) Lab uses modern assessment to investigate social perceptions and develop social skills.