About Our Lab
We aim to study the neural and psychological underpinnings of self-regulation processes to gain insight towards the factors that may govern adaptive or dysfunctional perceptions, judgments, and habits.
Multiple Domain Regulation
We study how individuals successfully (or unsuccessfully) recognize the need to regulate and consequently shape their behavior in various contexts.
Our complex social environments have far-reaching influences on our lives. We aim to examine the unique effects of our interpersonal experiences on self-assessments and behavioral choice.
We employ various self-report measures, behavioral tasks, and neuroimaging technology to examine how regulatory mechanisms manifest in emotional and behavioral processes.
Find out more about our current research projects and get introduced to our lab members!
If you are interested in participating in an academic study, or would like to gain research experience, contact the lab!