News

  • Check out the new video for our Emotion Regulation in Late Life Marriages (ELM) study here!
  • New paper on “Positivity resonance in long-term married couples: Multimodal characteristics and consequences for health and longevity” (Wells, Haase, Rothwell, Naugle, Otero, Brown, Lai, Chen, Connelly,  Grimm, Levenson, & Fredrickson)  now in press at Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
  • Interested in human development, mental health, emotion, and relationships? We’re hiring a full-time research assistant (12 months) across Northwestern’s Life-Span Development (PI: Claudia Haase) and ADAPT (PI: Vijay Mittal) labs. To apply, please visit https://tinyurl.com/ldlresearch.
  • Congrats to Malena Otero on being selected as a finalist for the Fletcher Prize for Rising Undergraduate Research Star!
  • Congratulations to Jordyn Ricard on getting her manuscript “Genuine and non-genuine smiles in individuals meeting criteria for a clinical high risk syndrome” (Ricard, Gupta, Vargas, Haase, & Mittal) accepted for publication in Early Intervention in Psychiatry!
  • Congratulations to LDL alumna Martina Mitterhofer on her appointment as Professor of Data-Driven Marketing and Business at University of Applied Sciences Landshut! 
  • Congratulations to LDL alumna Julia Thelen on her admission to Medical College of Wisconsin!
  • Congratulations to LDL alumna Isabel Anaya on her admission to Keck Medical Center at the University of Southern California!
  • The Life-Span Development Lab is thrilled to have received funding from SESP Venture Research Fund for a project on “Emotion regulation in late-life marriages.”
  • Welcome to Tabea Meier who will be joining our lab as a postdoctoral fellow funded by an Early Postdoc.Mobility Fellowship from the Swiss National Science Foundation!