Welcome!

  • Congrats to Vijay Mittal and Claudia Haase for being awarded an R21 from NIH to study “High-Risk Psychosis Youth and Caregivers: Emotion in Interaction”!
  • Congrats to DJ who will be presenting on “Cardiovascular Changes in Emotion Regulation During Goal Pursuit” at the meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research in Vienna
  • Congrats to Jacquelyn on getting her Facial Action Coding System (FACS) license!
  • Welcome to David (DJ) Rompilla who is joining us as a research coordinator from Towson University!
  • Congrats to Claudia Haase for being awarded the 2017 NARSAD Young Investigator Grant from the Behavior & Brain Research Foundation!
  • Congrats to Katie Rim for receiving this year’s William H. Hunt Award for the best undergraduate paper in the Department of Psychology! The award is based on her outstanding Honors Thesis supervised by Dr. Haase.
  • Congrats to Ryan Svoboda for getting a Graduate Research Grant for his dissertation studies!
  • Congrats to Michelle (Jiaqi Yu), an alumna of the Life-Span Development lab, for her admittance to the M.A. in Social Sciences program (psychology concentration) at the University of Chicago!
  • Congrats to Katherine Bae, an alumna of the Life-Span Development lab, for her admittance to the Ph.D. program at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan!
  • Congrats to all students (David Huang, Jaclyn Pachicano, Olivia Shay, Mable Je, Shandon Coffman, Kat Bae, Katie Rim, Laura Sevilla, and Julia Thelen) who are presenting at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention and who all were awarded the Conference Travel Grant through Northwestern’s Office of Undergraduate Research.
  • Congrats to David Huang, Olivia Shay, Lizzy Jang, and Jordyn Ricard for winning a Summer Undergraduate Research Grant through Northwestern University.
  • Congrats to Jacquelyn for winning a travel award from the Association for Psychological Science.
  • Congrats to Ryan Svoboda on his PNAS paper showing how a motivational intervention with parents can boost their children’s STEM career pursuits 5 years later.
  • Congrats to Jordyn, who passed the final Facial Action Coding System test to become LDL’s first official FACS-licensed coder!