Our lab conducts psychological research that focuses on the cognitive and emotional processes that underlie health behavior change, well-being, and adaptation to stress.
We conduct both basic and applied research, using a variety of research methods including experimental, survey, experience sampling methods.
Our broad goal is to develop and refine theoretical models that help understand individual differences in health behavior and well-being.
Interested in joining the lab?
If you are a prospective graduate student or undergraduate research assistant, be sure to check out the "Join the Lab" link for more information about applying.
Questions? Email Dr. Updegraff