Research.Index History

Hide minor edits - Show changes to markup - Cancel

August 16, 2015, at 10:19 AM by 100.34.252.87 -
Changed lines 6-9 from:

Adult Attachment Lab of Phillip R. Shaver and his colleagues at UC Davis. Find a description of their current projects, PDFs of papers, measures, links, and more.

Affective Neuroscience Lab Located at Harvard University, studies the neuroscience behind affective processing and affective disorders. Contains information on various functional neuroimaging techniques including electroencephalogram (EEG) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET).

to:

Adult Attachment Lab of Phillip R. Shaver and his colleagues at UC Davis. Find a description of their current projects, PDFs of papers, measures, links, and more.

Changed lines 14-15 from:

Bandura, Albert Albert Bandura and his research including pdfs of selected works.

to:

Bandura, Albert Albert Bandura and his research including pdfs of selected works.

Changed lines 34-35 from:

Paul Hewitt Perfectionism Lab at the University of British Columbia Hewitt's research focuses on the construct of perfectionism as a maladaptive and multidimensional personality trait and interpersonal style...He is conducting research on the treatment of perfectionism and provides assessment and treatment for individuals with perfectionism problems and trains clinicians in the treatment of perfectionistic behaviour. He also conducts workshops on the treatment of perfectionism and does public lectures and presentations.

to:

Paul Hewitt Perfectionism Lab at the University of British Columbia Hewitt's research focuses on the construct of perfectionism as a maladaptive and multidimensional personality trait and interpersonal style...He is conducting research on the treatment of perfectionism and provides assessment and treatment for individuals with perfectionism problems and trains clinicians in the treatment of perfectionistic behaviour. He also conducts workshops on the treatment of perfectionism and does public lectures and presentations.

Changed lines 38-39 from:

The Konrad Lorenz Theory Lab A public service of the The Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, the KLI Theory lab is a comprehensive data base that allows efficient scientific literature search in the wider domain of evolution and cognition research. In this introduction we describe the aims of this facility, the areas it covers, its main design features, and extensions we hope to include in the near future (from the website).

to:

The Konrad Lorenz Theory Lab A public service of the The Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, the KLI Theory lab is a comprehensive data base that allows efficient scientific literature search in the wider domain of evolution and cognition research. In this introduction we describe the aims of this facility, the areas it covers, its main design features, and extensions we hope to include in the near future (from the website).

Deleted lines 45-46:

Personality, Motivation, and Cognition Laboratory of William Revelle at Northwestern University.

Changed lines 50-51 from:

Ken Sheldon Home page of Ken Sheldon, University of Missouri, Columbia. Includes research interests, CV, and PDFs of selected articles. According to Sheldon: My primary research focus is on participants' personal goals, and the effects of different types of personal goals upon growth, development, and well-being. Several years of research are summarized by the "Self-concordance model" (Sheldon & Elliot, JPSP, 1999; Sheldon & Houser-Marko, JPSP, 2001), which integrates goal-striving, need-satisfaction, and well-being change constructs into a single time-sequential model. This model, which is based on Deci and Ryan's self-determination theory but which considerably extends the theory, predicts the long-term effects of choosing personal goals that one enjoys and identifies with.

to:

Ken Sheldon Home page of Ken Sheldon, University of Missouri, Columbia. Includes research interests, CV, and PDFs of selected articles. According to Sheldon: My primary research focus is on participants' personal goals, and the effects of different types of personal goals upon growth, development, and well-being. Several years of research are summarized by the "Self-concordance model" (Sheldon & Elliot, JPSP, 1999; Sheldon & Houser-Marko, JPSP, 2001), which integrates goal-striving, need-satisfaction, and well-being change constructs into a single time-sequential model. This model, which is based on Deci and Ryan's self-determination theory but which considerably extends the theory, predicts the long-term effects of choosing personal goals that one enjoys and identifies with.

May 14, 2015, at 09:21 AM by 100.34.252.87 -
Added lines 3-5:

Neuroscience 3 by Priit Tiganik - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

August 23, 2011, at 06:23 PM by 96.227.252.45 -
Deleted lines 16-17:

Block, Jack This page of Emeritus Professor Jack Block at University of California, Berkeley, contains links to his Curriculum Vitae, articles available online, and a listing of books and tests.

Changed lines 21-22 from:

Crocker, Jennifer: Contingencies of Self-Esteem Laboratory supervised at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Provides an overview of her research, measures, and PDFs of selected works.

to:

Crocker, Jennifer: Contingencies of Self-Esteem Laboratory supervised at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Provides an overview of her research, measures, and PDFs of selected works.

Deleted lines 36-37:

Human Motivation and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory Located at the University of Michigan, the lab aims at providing a better understanding of the physiological, cognitive, affective, and behavioral aspects of motivation in humans.

Changed lines 39-40 from:

Mind, Culture, and Society Lab run by Hazel Marcus and Jennifer Eberhardt at Stanford University: explores the ways in which culture and its products shape individuals, and the ways in which individuals in turn shape their culture. We also have several lines of research focusing on how race, stigma, and stereotyping affect attitudes, perception, and behavior.

to:

Mind, Culture, and Society Lab run by Hazel Marcus and Jennifer Eberhardt at Stanford University: explores the ways in which culture and its products shape individuals, and the ways in which individuals in turn shape their culture. We also have several lines of research focusing on how race, stigma, and stereotyping affect attitudes, perception, and behavior.

August 23, 2011, at 06:17 PM by 96.227.252.45 -
Changed lines 15-16 from:

Beck, Aaron T. The homepage of Aaron Beck at the University of Pennsylvania. Includes his biography, research, publications, and information about the scales used in his work.

to:

Beck, Aaron T. The homepage of Aaron Beck at the University of Pennsylvania. Includes his biography, research, publications, and information about the scales used in his work.

August 23, 2011, at 06:16 PM by 96.227.252.45 -
Changed lines 3-4 from:

Adult Attachment Lab of Phillip R. Shaver and his colleagues at UC Davis. Find a description of their current projects, PDFs of papers, measures, links, and more.

to:

Adult Attachment Lab of Phillip R. Shaver and his colleagues at UC Davis. Find a description of their current projects, PDFs of papers, measures, links, and more.

August 14, 2011, at 09:54 AM by 96.227.252.45 -
Changed lines 21-22 from:

Carver, Charles S Charles Carver does research on self-regulation processes, coping with cancer, optimism, and assessment of coping. These pages contain online scales used in his work and reprints of his research. Available scales include: LOT-R (a measure of optimism-pessimism), COPE (the full version of our measure of coping), Brief COPE (an abbreviated version of the COPE), BIS/BAS scales (measures of the sensitivity of incentive and aversive motivational systems), MAQ (a measure of adult attachment qualities), MBA (a measure of investment in body image as a source of feelings of self-worth), ATS (a measure of generalization, overly high standards, and self-criticism), Benefit Finding (a measure of finding benefit in the experience of having breast cancer), QLACS: Quality of Life in Adult Cancer Survivors (a new QOL measure for long-term survivors), MOCS (a measure of targeted and nonspecific effects of an intervention) and Spanish Translations of Brief COPE, LOT-R, MBA, CES-D, and BIS/BAS scales.

to:

Carver, Charles S Charles Carver does research on self-regulation processes, coping with cancer, optimism, and assessment of coping. These pages contain online scales used in his work and reprints of his research. Available scales include: LOT-R (a measure of optimism-pessimism), COPE (the full version of our measure of coping), Brief COPE (an abbreviated version of the COPE), BIS/BAS scales (measures of the sensitivity of incentive and aversive motivational systems), MAQ (a measure of adult attachment qualities), MBA (a measure of investment in body image as a source of feelings of self-worth), ATS (a measure of generalization, overly high standards, and self-criticism), Benefit Finding (a measure of finding benefit in the experience of having breast cancer), QLACS: Quality of Life in Adult Cancer Survivors (a new QOL measure for long-term survivors), MOCS (a measure of targeted and nonspecific effects of an intervention) and Spanish Translations of Brief COPE, LOT-R, MBA, CES-D, and BIS/BAS scales.

July 19, 2011, at 10:59 AM by 173.49.217.183 -
Added lines 45-46:

Moffitt and Caspi This extensive website of developmental psychology researchers Terrie Moffitt and Avshalom Caspi presents an overview of their research, links to publications, a section on what's new, and more. Of particular interest, is a special section on Gene X Environment effects, including empirical studies, theory and methods, public engagement, topics of debate, and summaries of their work suitable for classroom discussion.

November 23, 2010, at 07:35 PM by 173.49.217.183 -
Added lines 9-10:

African American Racial Identity Lab Provides an overview of the work of Robert Sellers and the African American Racial Identity Lab at the University of Michigan. Includes presentations, publications, measures, and descriptions of current research studies on Identity Development, Racial Socialization, Racial Discrimination, Identity and Well-being and more. Most research reports are available in PDF format on the site.

October 27, 2009, at 07:43 PM by 96.245.13.251 -
Added lines 27-28:

R. Chris Fraley: Research Visit this page to learn about the research of Chris Fraley on attachment theory and close relationships, personality organization, dynamics, and development, Social cognition and affect regulation, evolutionary psychology, and dynamic modeling, simulation, and psychological methods. Includes links to selected publications in PDF format.

July 26, 2008, at 02:29 PM by 71.242.96.242 -
Added lines 31-32:

Paul Hewitt Perfectionism Lab at the University of British Columbia Hewitt's research focuses on the construct of perfectionism as a maladaptive and multidimensional personality trait and interpersonal style...He is conducting research on the treatment of perfectionism and provides assessment and treatment for individuals with perfectionism problems and trains clinicians in the treatment of perfectionistic behaviour. He also conducts workshops on the treatment of perfectionism and does public lectures and presentations.

July 22, 2008, at 11:27 AM by 71.242.96.242 -
Added lines 29-30:

James W. Grice Personality Research Laboratory at Oklahoma State University Current project include The Dynamic Analog Scale: a Single-Item Measure of General Personality Constructs, Merging Idiographic and Nomothetic Ratings of Self and Others, Self-Discrepancies on the Big Five Personality Traits, An Algebraic Model of Self-Reflexion and the Idiogrid software program.

December 06, 2007, at 07:23 AM by 71.242.35.120 -
Changed lines 29-30 from:

Higgins Lab E. Tory Higgins' lab at Columbia University.

to:

Higgins Lab E. Tory Higgins' lab at Columbia University.

May 04, 2007, at 08:52 AM by 66.167.250.175 -
Added lines 13-14:

Beck, Aaron T. The homepage of Aaron Beck at the University of Pennsylvania. Includes his biography, research, publications, and information about the scales used in his work.

January 30, 2007, at 02:56 PM by 66.167.56.75 -
Added lines 13-14:

Block, Jack This page of Emeritus Professor Jack Block at University of California, Berkeley, contains links to his Curriculum Vitae, articles available online, and a listing of books and tests.

January 12, 2007, at 04:52 PM by 66.167.91.205 -
Changed lines 21-22 from:

Foley Center for the Study of Lives In the tradition of Henry A. Murray and Erik Erikson, the Foley Center at Northwestern University studies psychological and social development in adulthood.

to:

The Foley Center for the Study of Lives is the research center for Dan McAdams and his colleagues. They describe the center as an interdisciplinary research project committed to studying psychological and social development in the adult years.

September 04, 2006, at 07:41 PM by 66.167.9.184 -
Added lines 41-42:

Ken Sheldon Home page of Ken Sheldon, University of Missouri, Columbia. Includes research interests, CV, and PDFs of selected articles. According to Sheldon: My primary research focus is on participants' personal goals, and the effects of different types of personal goals upon growth, development, and well-being. Several years of research are summarized by the "Self-concordance model" (Sheldon & Elliot, JPSP, 1999; Sheldon & Houser-Marko, JPSP, 2001), which integrates goal-striving, need-satisfaction, and well-being change constructs into a single time-sequential model. This model, which is based on Deci and Ryan's self-determination theory but which considerably extends the theory, predicts the long-term effects of choosing personal goals that one enjoys and identifies with.

September 04, 2006, at 07:13 PM by 66.167.9.184 -
Added lines 37-38:

Roberts, Brent W. Brent W. Roberts, University of Illinois describes his work as studying the patterns of continuity and change in personality across the decades of adulthood and the mechanisms that affect these patterns, with a particular focus on the development of conscientiousness.

September 04, 2006, at 07:44 AM by 66.167.9.184 -
Changed lines 15-17 from:

Carver, Charles S Charles Carver does research on self-regulation processes, coping with cancer, optimism, and assessment of coping. These pages contain online scales used in his work and reprints of his research.

to:

Carver, Charles S Charles Carver does research on self-regulation processes, coping with cancer, optimism, and assessment of coping. These pages contain online scales used in his work and reprints of his research. Available scales include: LOT-R (a measure of optimism-pessimism), COPE (the full version of our measure of coping), Brief COPE (an abbreviated version of the COPE), BIS/BAS scales (measures of the sensitivity of incentive and aversive motivational systems), MAQ (a measure of adult attachment qualities), MBA (a measure of investment in body image as a source of feelings of self-worth), ATS (a measure of generalization, overly high standards, and self-criticism), Benefit Finding (a measure of finding benefit in the experience of having breast cancer), QLACS: Quality of Life in Adult Cancer Survivors (a new QOL measure for long-term survivors), MOCS (a measure of targeted and nonspecific effects of an intervention) and Spanish Translations of Brief COPE, LOT-R, MBA, CES-D, and BIS/BAS scales.

September 02, 2006, at 04:56 PM by 72.244.65.45 -
Added lines 20-21:

Culture and the Self research lab at the University of Michigan, supervised by Daphna Oyserman. According to the website, the lab is: interested in the influence of culture on how we think, what we do, and how the self is conceptualized. Our research examines differences among self-construals, racial and ethnic self-schemas, performance under stereotype threat, self-regulation and possible selves across and within cultures to gain a better understanding of how people perceive themselves.

Changed lines 24-25 from:

Gosling Lab Sam Gosling's lab at the University of Texas is exploring everday manifestations of personality: in offices, in choice of music, and in choice of environments...even web environments and in animals. Visit here for summaries of his research, pdfs, questionnaires, and a chance to participate in online research.

to:

Gosling Lab Sam Gosling's lab at the University of Texas is exploring everyday manifestations of personality: in offices, in choice of music, and in choice of environments...even web environments and in animals. Visit here for summaries of his research, pdfs, questionnaires, and a chance to participate in online research.

Higgins Lab E. Tory Higgins' lab at Columbia University.

Changed lines 30-31 from:

The Konrad Lorenz Theory Lab A public service of the The Konrad Lorenz Instute for Evolution and Cognition Research, the KLI Theory lab is a comprehensive data base that allows efficient scientific literature search in the wider domain of evolution and cognition research. In this introduction we describe the aims of this facility, the areas it covers, its main design features, and extentions we hope to include in the near future (from the website).

to:

The Konrad Lorenz Theory Lab A public service of the The Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, the KLI Theory lab is a comprehensive data base that allows efficient scientific literature search in the wider domain of evolution and cognition research. In this introduction we describe the aims of this facility, the areas it covers, its main design features, and extensions we hope to include in the near future (from the website).

Mind, Culture, and Society Lab run by Hazel Marcus and Jennifer Eberhardt at Stanford University: explores the ways in which culture and its products shape individuals, and the ways in which individuals in turn shape their culture. We also have several lines of research focusing on how race, stigma, and stereotyping affect attitudes, perception, and behavior.

July 31, 2006, at 11:03 AM by 66.167.9.120 -
Added lines 3-4:

Adult Attachment Lab of Phillip R. Shaver and his colleagues at UC Davis. Find a description of their current projects, PDFs of papers, measures, links, and more.

July 26, 2006, at 07:30 PM by 66.167.9.131 -
Added lines 1-2:

Researchers and Research Labs

July 23, 2006, at 10:13 PM by 66.167.9.131 -
Added lines 30-31:

Shyness Research Lab of Jonathan Cheek at Wellesley College, where he and his colleagues study shyness, self-concept (including narcissism and the Imposter Phenomenon), and identity orientations.

July 22, 2006, at 01:54 PM by 66.167.9.131 -
Changed lines 14-15 from:

Crocker, Jennifer: Contingencies of Self-Esteem Laboratory supervised by Jennifer Crocker at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Provides an overview of her research and PDFs of selected works.

to:

Crocker, Jennifer: Contingencies of Self-Esteem Laboratory supervised at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Provides an overview of her research, measures, and PDFs of selected works.

July 22, 2006, at 01:53 PM by 66.167.9.131 -
Added lines 14-15:

Crocker, Jennifer: Contingencies of Self-Esteem Laboratory supervised by Jennifer Crocker at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Provides an overview of her research and PDFs of selected works.

July 19, 2006, at 05:39 PM by 66.167.9.131 -
Added lines 27-28:

(:Googleanalytics:)

June 29, 2006, at 06:32 PM by 67.100.132.88 -
Changed line 26 from:

Self-Determination Theory From the website: This website presents a brief overview of SDT and provides resources that address important issue such as human needs, values, intrinsic motivation, development, motivation across cultures, individual differences, and psychological well-being. Also addressed are the applications of Self-Determination Theory to: education, organizations, health care, sport & exercise, parenting, and mental health. Includes bibliography, downloadable scales, and articles in PDF format.

to:

Self-Determination Theory From the website: This website presents a brief overview of SDT and provides resources that address important issue such as human needs, values, intrinsic motivation, development, motivation across cultures, individual differences, and psychological well-being. Also addressed are the applications of Self-Determination Theory to: education, organizations, health care, sport & exercise, parenting, and mental health. Includes bibliography, downloadable questionnaires, and articles in PDF format.

June 29, 2006, at 06:28 PM by 67.100.132.88 -
Changed line 26 from:

Self-Determination Theory From the website: This website presents a brief overview of SDT and provides resources that address important issue such as human needs, values, intrinsic motivation, development, motivation across cultures, individual differences, and psychological well-being. Also addressed are the applications of Self-Determination Theory to: education, organizations, health care, sport & exercise, parenting, and mental health.

to:

Self-Determination Theory From the website: This website presents a brief overview of SDT and provides resources that address important issue such as human needs, values, intrinsic motivation, development, motivation across cultures, individual differences, and psychological well-being. Also addressed are the applications of Self-Determination Theory to: education, organizations, health care, sport & exercise, parenting, and mental health. Includes bibliography, downloadable scales, and articles in PDF format.

June 29, 2006, at 06:24 PM by 67.100.132.88 -
Added lines 25-26:

Self-Determination Theory From the website: This website presents a brief overview of SDT and provides resources that address important issue such as human needs, values, intrinsic motivation, development, motivation across cultures, individual differences, and psychological well-being. Also addressed are the applications of Self-Determination Theory to: education, organizations, health care, sport & exercise, parenting, and mental health.

June 29, 2006, at 03:44 PM by 67.100.132.88 -
Changed lines 9-10 from:

Buss, David David Buss' Research Lab at the University of Texas. Good overview of the field, his current research program (including scales and reprints in pdf format), and resources on evolutionary psychology.

to:

Buss, David David Buss' Research Lab at the University of Texas. Good overview of the field, his current research program (including scales and reprints in PDF format), and resources on evolutionary psychology.

Carver, Charles S Charles Carver does research on self-regulation processes, coping with cancer, optimism, and assessment of coping. These pages contain online scales used in his work and reprints of his research.

June 29, 2006, at 03:27 PM by 67.100.132.88 -
Changed lines 21-30 from:

McAdams

Kagan

Attachment

Gosling

McCrae & Costa

to:

Personality, Motivation, and Cognition Laboratory of William Revelle at Northwestern University.

June 27, 2006, at 08:36 AM by mm -
Deleted line 8:
Added lines 11-12:

Foley Center for the Study of Lives In the tradition of Henry A. Murray and Erik Erikson, the Foley Center at Northwestern University studies psychological and social development in adulthood.

Deleted line 14:
June 27, 2006, at 08:17 AM by mm -
Changed lines 12-14 from:

Gosling Lab Sam Gosling's lab at the University of Texas is exploring everday manifestations of personality: in offices, in choice of music, and in choice of environments...even web environments. See these pages for summaries of his research, pdfs, questionnaires, and a chance to participate in online research.

to:

Gosling Lab Sam Gosling's lab at the University of Texas is exploring everday manifestations of personality: in offices, in choice of music, and in choice of environments...even web environments and in animals. Visit here for summaries of his research, pdfs, questionnaires, and a chance to participate in online research.

June 27, 2006, at 08:15 AM by mm -
Changed lines 12-14 from:
to:

Gosling Lab Sam Gosling's lab at the University of Texas is exploring everday manifestations of personality: in offices, in choice of music, and in choice of environments...even web environments. See these pages for summaries of his research, pdfs, questionnaires, and a chance to participate in online research.

June 26, 2006, at 03:30 PM by mm -
Added lines 15-16:

The Konrad Lorenz Theory Lab A public service of the The Konrad Lorenz Instute for Evolution and Cognition Research, the KLI Theory lab is a comprehensive data base that allows efficient scientific literature search in the wider domain of evolution and cognition research. In this introduction we describe the aims of this facility, the areas it covers, its main design features, and extentions we hope to include in the near future (from the website).

June 26, 2006, at 11:26 AM by mm -
Changed lines 1-2 from:

Affective Neuroscience Lab Located at Harvard University studies the neuroscience behind affective processing and affective disorders. Contains information on various functional neuroimaging techniques including electroencephalogram (EEG) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET).

to:

Affective Neuroscience Lab Located at Harvard University, studies the neuroscience behind affective processing and affective disorders. Contains information on various functional neuroimaging techniques including electroencephalogram (EEG) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET).

Changed lines 10-12 from:

Buss, David David Buss' Research Lab at the University of Texas. Good overview of the field, their current research program (including scales and reprints in pdf format), and resources on evolutionary psychology.

to:

Buss, David David Buss' Research Lab at the University of Texas. Good overview of the field, his current research program (including scales and reprints in pdf format), and resources on evolutionary psychology.

June 26, 2006, at 11:25 AM by mm -
Added lines 3-12:

Affective Neuroscience Located at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, The Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience studies: the brain mechanisms that underlie emotion and emotion regulation in normal individuals throughout the life course, and in individuals with various psychiatric disorders. A fundamental part of most of our research is a focus on individual differences in affective style - how and why do individuals differ dramatically in how they respond to emotional challenges. We are interested in both risk and resilience

Attachment Research at SUNY Stony Brook From the site: Reports and commentary on attachment theory and research from Everett Waters, Judy Crowell, Harriet Waters and colleagues at SUNY Stony Brook and the New York Attachment Consortium. A library of researchers' publication lists and on-line articles. Attachment measures for infant- mother, childhood, parenting, and marriage research. Course materials. Announcements and summaries of special events. Links to attachment related sites. Special Bowlby and Ainsworth sections. And a gallery of attachment artifacts and observations in the Bowlby - Ainsworth tradition.

Bandura, Albert Albert Bandura and his research including pdfs of selected works.

Buss, David David Buss' Research Lab at the University of Texas. Good overview of the field, their current research program (including scales and reprints in pdf format), and resources on evolutionary psychology.

Changed lines 15-18 from:

Lab for Affective Neuroscience Located at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, The Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience studies: the brain mechanisms that underlie emotion and emotion regulation in normal individuals throughout the life course, and in individuals with various psychiatric disorders. A fundamental part of most of our research is a focus on individual differences in affective style - how and why do individuals differ dramatically in how they respond to emotional challenges. We are interested in both risk and resilience

Buss

to:

Myers, David G. David Myer’s homepage includes bibliography and online essays of his work on happiness and other topics.

June 24, 2006, at 03:10 PM by mm -
Added lines 1-6:

Affective Neuroscience Lab Located at Harvard University studies the neuroscience behind affective processing and affective disorders. Contains information on various functional neuroimaging techniques including electroencephalogram (EEG) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and positron emission tomography (PET).

Human Motivation and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory Located at the University of Michigan, the lab aims at providing a better understanding of the physiological, cognitive, affective, and behavioral aspects of motivation in humans.

Lab for Affective Neuroscience Located at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, The Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience studies: the brain mechanisms that underlie emotion and emotion regulation in normal individuals throughout the life course, and in individuals with various psychiatric disorders. A fundamental part of most of our research is a focus on individual differences in affective style - how and why do individuals differ dramatically in how they respond to emotional challenges. We are interested in both risk and resilience

June 24, 2006, at 02:17 PM by mm -
Added line 2:
Added line 4:
Changed lines 6-8 from:

Attachement

to:

Attachment

Changed lines 10-11 from:

McCrae & Costa

to:

McCrae & Costa

June 24, 2006, at 02:17 PM by mm -
Added lines 1-6:

Buss McAdams Kagan Attachement Gosling McCrae & Costa


Page last modified by August 16, 2015, at 10:19 AM